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Broadcaster Press 05 December 31, 2013 www.broadcasteronline.com CHAMBER CHAT Vermillion Area Chamber of Commerce & Development Company 116 Market Street, Suite 103 Vermillion, SD 57069 (605) 624-5571 vcdc@vermillioncham ber.com www.vermillionchamb er.com VERMILLION POLICE PRESS BRIEFING EXCERPTS reported finding an unknown man unconscious in his kitchen. The man was intoxicated and could not remember how he got to the kitchen or where he was. Investigation revealed he was in possession of a fake id card, was underage and had caused damage to the caller’s property. He was arrested on several charges. 12/18/13 02:13 – Officers responded to a 911 call. The call was placed by a woman who had an active protection order out. On arrival, officers found the subject of the protection order standing on the front step arguing through the front door. The window to the side of the door had been kicked out. The man admitted to kicking in the window and knew he was in violation of the protection order. He was arrested. 12/18/13 09:12 – School resource officers investigated a case of two children not being in school and having excessive unexcused absents. 12/18/13 10:58 – Caller reported beer shoplifted from the business. The theft had occurred the night before. Officers recognized one of the involved subjects in a video of the theft. Under investigation. 12/18/13 15:14 – Caller reported unknown person(s) had pried off the screens to her windows and damaged her door. Under investigation. 12/18/13 15:50 – Officers assisted an elderly person who was having trouble getting around. 12/19/13 01:00 – Officers stopped a vehicle for failing to stop before entering a roadway. The driver appeared intoxicated and was arrested for DUI. 12/19/13 01:23 – Caller reported someone trying 12/15/13 00:29 – A caller reported concern for a man who had made statements about being depressed. The caller said the man also had an active warrant for his arrest. Officer searched two different locations and found the man. He was arrested on a Clay County warrant. 12/15/13 00:35 – Caller reported a man trying to get into their residence. Officers contacted a highly intoxicated young man who was disoriented and trying to get into the wrong home. Officers found the man outside the residence. He was carrying a large amount of alcohol and was underage. He was charged and released to a responsible third party. 12/16/13 22:25 – Officers responded to report of a domestic dispute. The caller greeted officers as they arrived and pointed to a relative and said she needed to leave the home because she was intoxicated, but could not take her children. The caller was intoxicated and officers mediated the event and arranged for the parties to be separated for the evening. No physical assaults had occurred. 12/17/13 11:40 – Caller called to report a possible protection order violation. Caller stated he believes the focus of the protection order may have placed illegal drugs in his vehicle to frame him. Investigation revealed that the subject the caller had seen was not the person he thought it was. At the caller’s request the vehicle was searched and nothing found. 12/17/13 17:47 – Officers stopped a vehicle for an out head light. The driver did not have a driver’s license and was cited for driving without a license. 12/17/13 23:32 – Caller to break into a home. Officers responded and spoke with the caller who stated he saw three men trying to break into a neighbor’s residence. Officers searched the area, collected possible evidence and inspected the victim residence. Suspects have not been identified. 12/19/13 01:56 – Officers responded to the jail to assist an officer from another agency with a blood draw from a DUI arrest. A search warrant was obtained and the subject eventually cooperated enough to get the blood drawn. 12/19/13 20:55 – A child called 911 to report a fight between the parents. Officers arrived and found one of the parents yelling. Investigation showed that a heated verbal argument had occurred but there was no proof of any physical altercation. 12/20/13 02:33 – Caller reported her ex-boyfriend was following her when she left a party. She was frightened by this and walked to the police department. Officers provided her transport home and checked the area. No sign of the ex was found. Officers left messages with ex to explain that his attention is no longer wanted and could be construed as stalking. 12/20/13 13:04 – Officers were called to the scene of a dispute between two sisters. On arrival, officers found the dispute was over moving a vehicle out of the way so another vehicle could be taken to pick up the sisters mother. Officers mediated the issue. 12/20/13 13:29 – Officers stopped a vehicle that was not displaying a front plate. A record check showed the vehicle was not registered properly and could not be operated legally. The rear plate was seized and the driver was charged. 12/21/13 01:16 – Caller reported a domestic dispute that had resulted in damaged property. Investigation resulted in the arrest for probation violation. 12/21/13 18:59 – The parent of a student called from Denmark concerned that he had not heard from his son in several days. Officers searched for the son and eventually located him in New York visiting a friend for the holidays. His cell phone was not working. The father was informed of the contact information. Total Records: 20 Equal Housing Opportunity Equal Housing Opportunity Holiday Early Deadlines December 31st Edition Deadline is Thursday, December 26th at 11 a.m. The Broadcaster/Plain Talk offices will be closing at 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 31st and closed all day Wednesday, Jan. 1st. Happy Holidays from all of us at the... 1ST TOY & LITERATURE AUCTION OF 2014—3-BIG DAYS! Your choice of: Prime Rib or Jumbo Fried Shrimp (while supplies last) 2809 Broadway Ave., Yankton, SD RESTAURANT 605-665-9884 All Major Credit Cards Accepted Visit us At Our Web Site www.jodeans.com or email us at jodeans.iw.net GUN SHOW January 4th & 5th Saturday, 9:00-5:00 Sunday, 9:00-3:00 American Legion - Neligh, NE For Information Call - (402) 887-4520 DAKOTA SENIOR MEALS Served at The Main Street Center & Town Square, “Meals on Wheels” Please call before 9:00am to schedule or cancel a meal at 624-7868. Menus listed below are January 1 – January 7. Menus are subject to change without notice. All menus are served with whole grain bread and 1% milk unless otherwise noted Wednesday – New Years Day, No Meals Thursday – Beef Stroganoff, Orange Spiced Carrots, Ruby Beet Salad, Mixed Fruit Friday – Chicken Vegetable Soup, Garlic Bread, Pudding w/ Fruit Monday – Ham, Baked Sweet Potato, Green Beans, Corn Obrien, Apricots Tuesday – Pork Chop, Baked Potato, Seasoned Spinach, Seasonal Fruit Tell them you saw it in the Broadcaster! 624-4429 ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE Town Square Town Square I & II o Apartments 505-507 W. 505 507 W. Main St. Ve ermillion, Vermillion, SD 57069. 1 BR apartments for anyone 55 years of age older, or older, or persons with disabilities. Please call 605-624-5218 or visit www.oakleafpm.com. www.oakleafpm.com. Utilities are included and friendly. we are pet friendly. Rental assistance available to those who qualify. qualify. Broadcaster Press Ring In The New Year With Us! Chamber Business: Business After Hours: Are you looking for an opportunity to showcase your business and network with your peers? Sign up to host a Business After Hours event. These events generally run from 5-7 p.m. on a weeknight and the hosting business provides hors d’oeuvres and refreshments. If interested, contact Ann at: annb@vermillionchamber .com or at 624-5571. Announcements: Veterans’ Holiday Homeless Relief Drive through Jan. 15: Please join the Department of South Dakota American Legion Auxiliary (ALA) and Miss Siouxland in providing a comfortable Holiday Season and New Year’s to our Veterans and military families. Your contributions of an ALA “Buddy Basket” filled with household relief items or donation of any single household or hygiene item, or shopping gift cards are needed. You can drop-off relief items through Jan. 15 at The Broadcaster/Plain Talk, 201 W Cherry Street, Vermillion or Berakhah House, 400 N Western Avenue, Sioux Falls. If you are wishing to support The American Legion Post 15 Veterans Build – South Dakota Homeless Housing Fund, please mail your contribution to American Legion Post 15, 1701 Legion Drive Sioux Falls, SD 57106. The school systems or youth organizations raising the most in relief items will receive a telescoping flagpole and USA Flag. For further information, please e-mail Autumn.Simunek@gmail.co m. No School – Christmas Vacation at Vermillion Public Schools. Classes resume Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014. January 3, 4 & 5th Located: Wakonda Legion Hall, Wakonda, SD Friday’s Auction at 4:00 p.m.: Huge Farm Sales Literature Auction! Featuring over 150 Buyer’s Guides from the Fred Chubak Collection of Saskatchewan, Canada! All brands—super clean! John Deere, Cockshutt, Massey, IH, Case, AC and more! Saturday’s Auction at 10:00 a.m.: 500+ Farm Toys—Old, New, Customs & Trucks! All brands with great variety! Something for everyone! Featuring hard to ?nd IH and John Deere farm toys! Sunday’s Auction at 11:00 a.m.: 1,200+ Farm Toys in 1-day! Many lots of 1/64th Scale, plus 1/64th Semi Trucks, 1st Gear Trucks, Farm Toys & more. The ?nal dispersal of toys from the Cleon Lange Estate of Sanborn, MN. Happy New Year! This will be our annual customer appreciation auction with homemade holiday treats all weekend! Thank-you for being the greatest customers in the world! Call for a free, full color brochure or see our website for 100’s of photos. Live Internet bidding through GirardBid.com! GIRARD AUCTION & LAND BROKERS, INC. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 Marv Girard, BA 12399; Ken Girard, CAI, AARE Broker 10183; Mike Girard, CAI, BA 13549; Mike Manning, BA 11605 www.GirardAuction.com www.GirardBid.com AUCTION SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 2014 LOCATED: SKYLON BALLROOM, HARTINGTON, NEBRASKA - 320 S. ROBINSON ST. AUCTION STARTS @ 10:00 A.M. LUNCH AVAILABLE AUCTIONEERS NOTE: PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE FIRST AUCTION OF THE 2014 AUCTION SEASON. WE HAVE GOT A GREAT AUCTION PLANNED FOR YOU. AS ALWAYS THERE WILL BE MANY MORE MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS LISTING TO BE SOLD. COME EARLY FOR THE EARLY BIRD SESSION TO START @ 9:45 A.M. - VISIT OUR WEB SITE www.MCHJAUCTIONEERS.COM FOR MANY PHOTOS. STONEWARE - Blue & White Pitcher, Farmers Coop Beebeetown, Iowa - Advt.; H.R. Barker Grocer- Correctionville, IA, Advt. Bowl; Ruble, IA Advt. Beater Jar; Thoma Grocery Advt. Bowl; Kelley Bros. Grocer’s Advt. Bowl; Redwing # 5 Sponge Band Panel Bowl; 3 Gallon Salt Glaze Lazy 8 Crock; Redwing Eureka Chicken Feeders ½ Gal, 1 Gal, 2 Gal.; K-Line Crock Chicken Feeder w/ Plate; 15 Gal. Birch Leaf Crock; 2 & 3 Gal. Western Crocks; 5 Gallon Western “Cold Drink” Clock; Redwing 5 Gallon Apple Sauce Crock; Watt Apple Pie Plate; Watt Apple Pitcher; COLLECTIBLES - Barber Shop Back Bar Advertising Mirror w/ Coat Hooks & 7 Different Advertising Glass Plates - From Rock Rapids, Iowa; Ornate Victorian Wicker Stroller w/ Umbrella; Primitive Wooden Wheel Barrow Excellent Original Condition & Patina; Cookie Jars: Hull Little Red Riding Hood, Treasure Craft Cookie Barn, Owl on Stump, Cow over the Moon, Boy Pig, Chick, Humpty Dumpty, Tug Boat, Grandfather Clock; 1941 Coca Cola Advertising Tray - Skater Girl; 1929 Coca Cola Advertising Tray - Swimsuit Girl; Hamilton Malt Machine; Large 7 up Sign - 3ft x 2 1/2ft.; Miller High Life Lighted Clock; Hamm’s Lighted Beer Sign; 1963 Ford Dealership Advertising Model Car; Fransican Apple Dishes; Redwing Dishes; Lamp Shades; Wayne, Nebraska Milk Bottle; Estes Park Milk Bottle; Grain Belt Beer Tray; Glass Candy Containers: Santa, Locomotive & Rabbint; Texas Ware Plates & Saucers; Tea Pots: Hull, McCoy & England; Oval Motion Lamp; Cast Iron Toy Scale; Cast Iron JD Seat; Dayton Brass Fan; Porcelain No Trespassing & No Admittance Signs; Kearney, Nebr. License Plate Topper; Ambulance Sign; Small Cast Iron Anvil Paper Weight; Texaco Lolly-Pop Thermometers - Tilden, Ne & Fertile, MN Advt.; Roseville Bookends; Milk Glass Kerosene Lamps & Other Lamps; Mastercrafters Clock; Children’s Spring Horse; Wall Mtg. Coffee Grinder; Indian Rugs; Many Nice Quilts; Post Cards; Vintage License Plates; Costume Jewelry; Carnival Glass Bowls; Time Life Books - including The Old West & The Civil War; Wooden Wagon Wheels; Corn Drying Racks; Surge Milker Sign; Deep Rock Oil Tins; Trunks; Breyer Horses; Royal Copley Pieces; Disney Collectibles; Sheet Music; Sewing Books; South Bend No.47 Rod - 9Ft. w/ Sheath & Holding Case; Cedar Chest; School Bench; Plus Many More Miscellaneous Items To Numerous to Mention; ADVERTISING PICTURES - Nice Offering of Advertising Pictures including: Akron Feed Mill, Nelson Hatchery, Akron, IA Deirup Service, Sioux City, IA, H.W. Greenwaldt, Neptune, IA, Farmers Creamery Sioux ; Center, IA, Orange City Co-op, Haugen’s Meat Market, Sioux City, Corner Hardware, Hawarden, IA, Shelgren’s Hatchery, Correctionville, IA SEE www.MCHJAUCTIONEERS.COM FOR LISTING & PHOTOS TERMS: CASH OR BANKABLE CHECK. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS OR THEFT. AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: CREAMER HEIMES JANSSEN AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS L.L.C. HARTINGTON, NEBRASKA • 402-254-9753 ONLINE-ONLY ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE AUCTION BIDDING STARTS SATURDAY, JANUARY 4TH & CLOSES SATURDAY, JANUARY 18TH Over 200 Lots! CATALOG NOW POSTED: https://www.proxibid.com/asp/Catalog.asp?aid=74323 FEATURING AN EXCELLENT OFFERING OF SMALL COLLECTIBLES INCLUDING, INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COLLECTIBLES, ADVERTISING COLLECTIBLES, GAS & OIL ITEMS & OTHER FANTASTIC ITEMS. VIST OUR WEB SITE www.MCHJAUCTIONEERS.COM
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