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Broadcaster Press 05 May 27, 2014 www.broadcasteronline.com Vermillion district sponsors summer food program employment or in any program or activity conducted or funded by the Department. Not all prohibited bases will apply to all programs and/or employment activities. If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complain Form, found online at or at any USDA office, or call (866) 632-9992 to request the form. You may also write a letter containing all of the information requested in the form. Send your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S. Department of Agriculture, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 202509410, by fax (202) 6907442 or e-mail at program.intake@usda.gov. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. The Vermillion School District announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program. Lunch will be served to all children at no charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided at the sites and times as follows: Jolley Elementary located at 224 S. University St. Meal service will be offered MondayFriday from June 2-Aug. 1. Lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, contact Sheila Beermann at (605) 677-7000. The U.S. Department of Agriculture prohibits discrimination against its customers, employees, and applicants for employment on the bases of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, or all or part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program, or protected genetic information in Travel volume expected to reach post-recession high Memorial Day weekend is approaching, which can only mean one thing: The countdown to summer is on. According to AAA’s first travel forecast of the summer, 110,750 South Dakotans are projected to travel over Memorial Day, representing an increase of .4 percent – or 450 more travelers – compared to last year. “Several key factors are driving the expectation for more holiday travelers this year,” said Marilyn Buskohl, spokeswoman for AAA South Dakota. “As the economy continues to improve, disposable income, consumer confidence and the employment outlook are trending up. This is welcome news for travelers as well as the travel industry.” Three trends from AAA’s 2014 Memorial Day forecast among South Dakotans include: Road trips remain strong. Nearly 105,100 South Dakotans – or 94 percent of holiday travelers – plan to drive to their destination. This represents an increase of .1 percent from last year. South Dakotans will pay $3.535 per gallon to fill up before heading out of town this Memorial Day, compared to $3.658 last year. Air travel experiences lift. About 4,930 South Dakotans plan to fly to their Memorial Day destination. This represents an increase of .2 percent from last year. Travel expenses rise modestly. South Dakotans will encounter slightly higher prices this Memorial Day weekend. Airfares are 6 percent higher, mid-range hotels are up 2 percent and car rentals are costing 1 percent more compared to last year. Nationwide, 36.1 million Americans will be traveling over the long holiday weekend, an increase of 1.5 percent percent over Memorial Day, 2013. VERMILLION POLICE DEPARTMENT PRESS BRIEFING 05/11/14 00:20 – Officers cited a man for open container after seeing him with an open beer bottle walking on the roadway. 05/11/14 00:29 – A citizen turned over a debit card that was found on the sidewalk. The owner was located and the card returned. 05/11/14 00:40 – Officers cited a subject for open container who was drinking a alcoholic beverage outside a bar. 05/11/14 01:24 – Caller reported finding an unknown intoxicated woman on her from porch. Officers contacted the woman who thought she was at a friend’s home and was confused that another woman lived there. The woman was able to call a friend who came and took her to a safe location. 05/11/14 01:33 – Sex crime investigation started. 05/11/14 02:20 – Officers cited a man who was walking down the street drinking from a beer bottle. 05/11/14 09:58 – Complainant reported a possible violation of a court protection order. Under investigation. 05/11/14 15:48 – Caller reported a loud dispute occurring. Officers responded and found that an argument had occurred between the mother of a young woman and the young woman’s roommate during a move out process. Officers mediated the dispute. 05/11/14 16:08 – Officers were called to a residence regarding an ongoing domestic dispute. The caller was the husband and claimed his soon to be ex-wife had drugs in their home and brought the officers in to show them. No drugs were found but what appeared to be a pipe bomb was found. The area was secured, a DCI bomb tech responded and a search warrant for the residence was obtained and served. The item was safely removed from the residence and disposed of. 05/15/14 11:04 – Officers assisted the court services with a search of a subject on probation. Drugs and paraphernalia were found and the subject was arrested. 05/15/14 21:13 – A vehicle was stopped for failing to stop for a stop sign and other erratic driving. The driver was intoxicated and was Town Square Town Square I & II o Apartments 505-507 W. 505 507 W. ermillion, Main St. Ve 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 we are pet friendly. Rental friendly. assistance available to qualify. those who qualify. arrested. 05/16/14 00:38 – A vehicle was stopped for speeding downtown. The driver did not have a license and was cited for not having a driver’s license. 05/16/14 13:53 – Complainant reported an ongoing with a former renter. The issue was a civil matter involving money owed for back rent. The complainant was provided with information on pursuing a civil claim. 05/16/14 18:01 – Complainant requested a welfare check on an individual who had been depressed lately. Efforts continue to contact the man and determine his welfare. 05/16/14 21:50 – Caller reported receiving harassing text messages from a former boyfriend in violation of a protection order. Under investigation. 05/16/14 23:01 – Sex crime report started. Under investigation. 05/16/14 23:50 – Officers stopped a car after seeing several moving violations. The driver was intoxicated and was arrested. Total Records: 17 and save now with rebates up to $2300 plus ask about our Bonus Discount HEATING & COOLING 920 Broadway, Yankton • 665-9461 • 1-800-491-9461 CLAY COUNTY, SD ACREAGE Equal Housing Opportunity Equal Housing Opportunity J OI N US F O R A C OO KO UT ! 17 ACRES + - RIVERSIDE TOWNSHIP Saturday June 21, 2014 10:30 AM We will sell the following real estate at public auction located from at 45913 299th St Centerville, SD or from Beresford SD 11 ½ miles west on SD Hwy 46 and 2 ¼ miles south on 459th Ave (Frog Creek Rd) or from Irene, SD 6 ½ miles east on SD Hwy 46 and 2 ¼ miles south of 159th Ave (Frog Creek Rd). Auctioneers Note: Rarely does a person have an opportunity to purchase an acreage with improvements that must be seen to be appreciated. If you are looking for a farming operation base or peaceful, quite country living, contact an auctioneer for your personal showing. The setting includes a well established shelter belt with many beautiful evergreens, large 2 story completely remodeled country home with a wrap around porch and three season room, 2 machine sheds, grain storage and several other outbuildings. For more information and pictures visit our website at www.westraatkins.com. Legal Description: Acreage/Buildings /17 +- Acres, 17-95-52 Clay County, SD to be surveyed. This beautifully landscaped acreage has a winding driveway lined by evergreens leading to a majestic two story home that has been completely remodeled, hardwood ?oors (main ?oor), 2642 ?nished sq ft, 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, three season room, large country kitchen, dining room, living room, piano room, of?ce, family room (basement), wraparound porch, 2nd story balcony, new furnace (2012), heat pump/ AC, detached 3 car garage, 2009 60’ x 75’steel machine shed/cement, 54’ x 90’ machine shed/ shop(cement), Butler 6200 bushel dryer bin/auger, 25,000 bushel 36’ x48’ wooden granary, plus several other smaller outbuildings, rural water. Lots of room to enjoy country living. A hard surface road borders the west boundary. Taxes: TBD. Our building remodel is nearing completion and we would like the public to join us for FREE food and refreshments to celebrate. Thursday, May 29 11:00 am–2:00 pm Bank Parking Lot Also on display, artwork from local artist Phillip Michael Hook. Gary and Julie Peterson, Owners We’ve been busy remodeling our bank to make it better for our customers and appreciate your patience. 20 E MAIN STREET VERMILLION 624.2608 TERMS: 15% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing on or before Aug 15, 2014 with possession at closing. Title insurance and closing costs split 50/50 between buyer and seller. 2013 taxes due in 2014 to be paid by the seller. 2014 taxes dues in 2015 prorated to date of closing. The acres in this property are to be understood to be “more or less”. The sellers do not warranty or guarantee that the existing fences lie on the true and correct boundary and new fencing, if any, will be the responsibility of the purchaser pursuant to SD statutes. The property is sold in as is condition and as a cash sale with no ?nancing contingency. Sold subject to existing easements, restrictions, reservations, or highway of record, if any. Information is deemed to be correct but it is not guaranteed. All prospective buyers are encouraged to inspect the property and verify all data provided. Statements made the day of sale take precedence over all written advertising. Real Estate licensees are agents for the seller. Sold subject to con?rmation of owner. WWW.BANKEASY.COM Joel R Westra, Broker, Beresford, SD 605-310-6941 Pete Atkins, Broker Associate, Tea, SD 605-351-9847 Joel A Westra, Broker Associate, Chancellor, SD 605-957-5222 Phil Eggers, Broker Associate, Renner, SD 605-351-5438
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