Logo

Bookmark and Share


021814_YKBP_A 5.pdf



Broadcaster Press 05 February 18, 2014 www.broadcasteronline.com VERMILLION POLICE DEPARTMENT BRIEFING 02/04/14 14:32 – The State Department of Social Services requested assistance with checking on an elderly person they had not heard from in some time. Officers found the person to be in good health and advised DSS of the same. 02/04/14 16:58 – While on patrol, an officer saw a driver texting while driving and stopped her. She admitted she had been texting and had the phone open in her lap with a partially completed text on the screen. She was cited for violating the City’s ban on texting and driving. 02/05/14 11:18 – Officers stopped a vehicle whose rear window was completely obstructed by snow. The driver was suspended and did not have any insurance and was cited. 02/05/14 14:06 – A local business reported a woman had tried to return an item that she had picked up in the store. Camera footage showed the woman entered the store without the item. Investigation revealed information regarding the identity of the suspect. Under investigation. 02/05/14 16:36 – A man was attempting to get his vehicle out of impound when it was discovered he had an arrest warrant out of Minnehaha County. The warrant was for Ingestion of intoxicating substance and the man was arrested. 02/05/14 21:17 – Officers investigated a twovehicle non-injury accident. One of the drivers had no insurance and was cited. 02/06/14 17:05 – Caller reported a car drove by the school bus while the stop sign and lights were activated. Investigation revealed the identity of the subject and information was forwarded to the state’s attorney. 02/06/14 22:24 – Caller reported a domestic in progress. When officers arrived the male had left the residence. The woman explained the two had been drinking and playing a football video game with the man became upset with the game and then continued to get more upset and the two ended up arguing. The man left and PRECISION PAINTING A17407 in the process damaged the door frame. Under investigation. 02/07/14 08:54 – A local store reported several thefts of cough syrup and that a suspect could be identified on video. Under investigation. 02/08/14 01:33 – Officers pulled over a vehicle for no headlights. One of the passengers was underage and had been drinking. He was cited for underage drinking. 02/08/14 02:12 – Caller requested help with a young man who was very intoxicated and poorly dressed for the subzero temperatures. Officers spoke to the man who was highly intoxicated, did not have a coat and who had apparently fallen several times. Officers located his residence and a sober third party to care for him. He was also cited for underage drinking. 02/08/14 07:55 – An 18year-old who is required to provide a breath test to insure sobriety failed the test. Additionally, he had driven to the Sheriff ’s Office with a breath alcohol in excess of .02, which was an additional charge. 02/08/14 10:56 – Caller reported a hit and run accident. Caller states she left her vehicle parked near downtown, this morning she found it had been damaged by a collision with an unknown vehicle. Officers have not developed any suspect information. 02/08/14 18:33 – The sheriff ’s office requested assistance with securing a residence while they applied for a search warrant. An officer stood by while the Deputies obtained a search warrant. Marijuana and associated paraphernalia was seized. 02/08/14 23:58 – Caller requested an officer regarding a possible violation of a protection order. The caller reported that he was inside a bar when a man who has a protection order against him entered and told him he had to leave. He left but felt it was a violation of the protection order. The officer reviewed the order, but there was no violation and the caller was required to leave. Total Records: 15 INTERIOR • EXTERIOR COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL Quality Workmanship, Reasonable Rates NBC’s Tom Brokaw diagnosed with cancer LOS ANGELES (AP) — NBC News says veteran newsman Tom Brokaw has cancer. The network says Brokaw was diagnosed in August with multiple myeloma, a cancer affecting blood cells in the bone marrow. Doctors are optimistic about his treatment. In a statement released by NBC, Brokaw says he remains the luckiest guy he knows, and he looks forward to continuing his life and his work. He says he wants to keep his illness a private matter. A native of Yankton, Brokaw turned 72 on Feb. 6. He graduated from the University of South Dakota in 1964. The onetime national news anchor is a special NBC News correspondent, and NBC says he has continued to work on projects during his treatment. University of South Dakota graduate and Yankton native Tom Brokaw, the retired anchor of “NBC Nightly News,” spoke Sept. 29, 2010, at USD’s Muenster University Center. He spent a portion of his speech honoring his mentor, the late William “Doc” Farber. (Photo by David Lias) Fairview Township Annual Meeting March 4th, 2014 • 7:00pm at Burbank School Sealed bids for gravel accepted, to be opened at the meeting Since 1983 CLINT TUCKER • 624-4621 bp Since 1934 201 W. Cherry St. • Vermillion, SD • 624-4429 Broadcaster Press Classified Ads Use this convenient form to submit your ad to us for publication. Ad deadline is Friday noon for Tuesday’s publication. Payment must accompany ad. (One word per blank.) Select Publication: Per Week Charge Broadcaster/Plain Talk/Missouri Valley Shopper ($13.56/15 words; 45¢/word after 15) __________ Combination reaches 35,000 homes Combo in the Norfolk Area Shopper ($4.95/15 words; 15¢/ word after) +__________ Combination reaches 68,000 homes Ultimate 8 - 8 papers ($42.87/15 words; $1.40/word after 15) +__________ Broadcaster/Missouri Valley Shopper/Norfolk/Albion/Penny Press/Plain Talk Bold Face Type ($3.00):______ Photo ($5.00): ______ +__________ Number of Weeks to Run Ad: x ____________ +__________ TOTAL COST: __________ Call in your ad to 605-624-4429 Fax your ad to: 605-624-6296 Email your ad to: classifieds@plaintalk.net Or place your ad online at www.broadcasteronline.com Name:––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Address:––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– City/State/Zip:–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Payment ? Cash ? Check ? Mastercard ? Visa CC# ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CCV: (3 digit code on back of the card:–––––––––––––– Exp. Date:–––––/––––– Signature:–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– (Bring in this form with your payment to The Broadcaster Press. Payment must be received before the ad runs. Thank you!)
Weather

Fair 59.0 F
Click For More
Conditions:Fair
Temperature:59.0 F
Humidity:46
Wind:West at 16.1 MPH (14 KT)
Dewpoint:37.9 F (3.3 C)
Heat Index:
Windchill:56 F (13 C)


Shopper Issues
08/11/2020
08/11/2020
Published On
08-11-2020

08/04/2020
08/04/2020
Published On
08-04-2020

07/28/2020
07/28/2020
Published On
07-28-2020

07/21/2020
07/21/2020
Published On
07-21-2020