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Broadcaster Press 9 Vermillion Plain Talk 13 March 31, 2015 www.broadcasteronline.com 27, www.plaintalk.net n VCT, From Page 2 “Our office and our conversations in our everyday business allow us to make sure and provide information on the building right away as well. “Even having the annual (VCDC) banquet at the VTC on Tuesday was a way of our marketing. Now, we have hundreds of people who have seen the inside of the building and see how great it is. They are also our advocates and some possibilities (for tenants) as well.” Welch remains open to the types of businesses who could occupy the technology center. “There are certainly some different types of sectors that are more attractive to this kind of building,” he said. “But again, with the versatility of the building, it is very customizable for us to be able to now look out for the best opportunities, rather than just one or two sectors.” The VCDC holds certain expectations when it comes to marketing the technology center, Welch said. “The main key we are looking for will be good companies, with good paying jobs, whether part time, full time or a little of both,” he said. “Those are the businesses we like to attract, and we continue to work hard at doing so.” Academic Issues Besides use of the VTC, the lawsuit between the VCDC and Eagle Creek raises another issue. The lawsuit won’t affect an academic partnership between Eagle Creek and the University of South Dakota, according to the Volante campus newspaper. The student-run paper reported on the situation in a November edition. Jim Moran, provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, said an Information Technology Consultant Academy is still expected to open this summer for students, the Volante reported. The academy combines four undergraduate courses, an internship, the possibility of employment and the opportunity to pursue a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), the campus newspaper noted. The various aspects are all designed to meet Eagle Creek’s workforce needs. “Our relationship with Eagle Creek still exists,” Moran told the Volante. “We’re so looking forward to them working with us to potentially hire more of our students.” In addition to its partnership with Eagle Creek, USD always seeks to provide more opportunities for its students, Moran said. “We’re looking to partner with other industries besides Eagle Creek, and we’re open to the interest of other IT companies who see this as a potential for hiring our students,” he told the Volante. “This was never designed as something exclusive.” Future Opportunities When it comes to business recruitment, USD students also comprise a large labor pool for interested companies, Welch told the Rhythm in Red won first place in Class 1A at the Mitchell Show Choir Classic last Saturday. The event was held at the Corn Palace. Press & Dakotan. The group of singers and dancers is directed by Trisha Fisher with John Alpers as combo director. “They are a huge part CYNTHIA JOHNSON BROWN / COURTESY PHOTO of that marketing!” he said. “The USD students — whether full time students committal. had fallen and needed help getting SUNDAY, MARCH 15 looking for good part time 6:46 p.m. - A deputy transported up. 11:46 a.m. - Deputies transported jobs or graduating students an inmate from the Woodbury Coun- a woman who had local criminal 12:16 p.m. - Units responded to looking to stay in Vermillion ty Jail to the Clay County Jail on an charges from the Yankton County Jail the Missouri River after a report was to the Clay County Jail. made of a canoe with no one in it outstanding Clay County warrant. after college — we work 7:49 p.m. - Deputies transported a floating past Clay County Park. Ef1:31 p.m. - A Wakonda business very hard at growing the forts were made to find out if somereported a theft from their store. The man from Irene to the Vermillion hosemployment opportunione had fallen into the water or if theft was discovered to be accidental pital and then to the Human Services ties for them, because it all and amends were made to pay for Center in Yankton for an involuntary the canoe had become untied. The mental health committal. canoe was recovered by Nebraska the product. helps in the end.” authorities and returned to its owner 8:27 p.m. - A deputy spoke with a TUESDAY, MARCH 17 The VCDC also looks at 6:36 p.m. - A deputy investigated there. No indications were found that man on the phone about several unsurrounding communities in usual events. The subject called 911 a theft report after a dispute among anyone needed assistance. 6:13 p.m. - A deputy looked for the region for its labor force, a few minutes after getting off of the friends over a borrowed tool. The matter is under investigation. a vehicle that was reported to be phone with the deputy to report simiWelch said. 7:26 p.m. - A deputy checked on speeding on S Dakota St. The deputy lar events. A short time later, the man “The Vermillion area, a vehicle and trailer parked on the patrolled the area but did not locate a came into the police department and which includes Yankton, (is) spoke with officers. It was discovered side of a gravel road west of Vermil- speeding vehicle or a vehicle matcha huge asset to us for work- that subject was intoxicated. Due to lion. The driver had been hunting in a ing the description given by the rethe fact that he is on probation, and nearby field and was notified that the porting party. force availability,” he said. vehicle would present a traffic hazSATURDAY, MARCH 21 is not allowed to consume alcohol, The City of Vermillion ard in the dark. The driver agreed to 11:59 a.m. - A deputy provided the subject was arrested for violating move the vehicle and trailer off of the traffic control on Highway 50 for a isn’t involved with the VTC probation. roadway before nightfall. stranded motorist until a tow truck MONDAY, MARCH 16 project. However, city ofWEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 arrived to remove the disable vehicle 9:59 a.m. - A deputy investigated ficials are looking at the role a report from a Wakonda resident 8:30 a.m. - A vehicle was stopped from the roadway. that the technology center and the driver was cited for speed1:42 p.m. - A patient was transthat she felt her vehicle had been Advertise your ported to the Human Services Center tampered with. No indications of the ing on 455th Avenue north of Wacould play in future comkonda. in Yankton on an involuntary mental vehicle being tampered with were job openings in munity development. 11:18 a.m. - A man reported seehealth hold. found. City Manager John the Broadcaster. ing a severely injured horse in a field. 10:38 p.m. - A rural resident called 11:07 a.m. - A patient was transPrescott sees the advanDeputies located the horse and atin a complaint of hunters spotlighting ported from the hospital in Vermiltages of having the building lion to the Human Services Center tempted to contact the animal’s own- north of Vermillion. A deputy patrolled the area but did not locate anyone in Yankton for an involuntary mental er. The owner was out of the counready for any parties seektry on vacation, but was eventually spotlighting in the area. health committal. ing an immediate site. 11:46 p.m. - The Lincoln County 3:46 p.m. - A deputy responded contacted. A veterinarian was also called to assess the animal’s health Sheriff’s Office passed along in“I would say that havto a report of a semi-truck passing a and found it necessary to euthanize formation of a possible intoxicated stopped school bus with its red lights ing a facility like the VTC the horse. driver headed to Vermillion from flashing. The suspect vehicle was not available is helpful when 12:55 p.m. - An inmate was transCenterville. The reporting party gave located. 201 W Cherry companies are considering ported to the medical clinic for a a vague vehicle description and did 4:35 p.m. - A deputy investigated a report of several coyote carcasses scheduled appointment, and then not provide any details about the the community,” he said. Vermillion driver of the license plate. A deputy “It is a beautiful building that had been dumped into a ditch. returned to the Clay County Jail. patrolled the area but did not locate a The case was forwarded to SD THURSDAY, MARCH 19 that is well suited for a lot of Game, Fish, and Parks. 624-4429 2:27 a.m. - A deputy assisted a vehicle matching the description. office applications. Having highway patrol trooper with a DUI ar5:07 p.m. - A patient was transrest on Highway 19. ported from the Vermillion hospital to an available facility can be 11:24 a.m. - A deputy responded the Human Services Center in Yankan advantage when a comto a request to help a person who ton for an involuntary mental health pany is looking to expand or Repair & Remodel relocate and time is limited.” Mayor Jack Powell sees Carpentry, Interior the VTC as one of many & Exterior, Painting, projects now underway to Refinishing, Drywall, & improve Vermillion’s busiCeramic Tile ness climate and quality of •Road Building •Gravel Hauling life. Free Estimates “I think that Bliss Pointe •Dirt Hauling •Ditching (housing development) will have a significant impact 605.624.6888 or 605.624.2287 as we try to attract people to live here,” he said. “The new pool and upgrades to Prentis Park should also provide amenities for future residents.” CLAY COUNTY SHERRIF’S REPORT Find the Right People Romsdahl’s C&R Construction 605-670-2161 IMMEDIATE OPENINGS TONY KRONAIZL Electrical Contractor (605)661-6897 • tonykronaizl@yahoo.com RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL Farmstead Wiring • Trenching OAKWOOD APARTMENTS •AFFORDABLE RENT ADJUSTMENT FOR YOUR INCOME •LARGE 2 AND 3 BEDROOM RENTAL UNITS •STOVE, REFRIGERATOR & AIR CONDITIONING •OFF-STREET PARKING AND PLUG-INS •UTILITIES INCLUDED •ON-SITE COIN LAUNDRY •PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT & SAND BOX •3 BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS CALL NIKKI OR DAVE (605) 624-9557 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY Come dance with the USD Symphonic Band! DANCE CONCERT Dr. Rolf Olson, conductor Wednesday, April 1st, 2015 Aalfs Auditorium in Slagle Hall 8:00pm This event is partially sponsored by a generous donation from the First Bank & Trust. open to the public free admission CHURCH SCHEDULES Dalesburg Baptist Church, 30503 466th Ave., Beresford. Sunday School 9:45am, Worship 11am, Midweek Services WED 7pm 605-2532622 www.dalesburgbaptist.org Hillside Community Church, 1800 Constance Dr., Vermillion, Worship Sept.-May 10:30am AWANA Small groups; 9-10:15. Worship May-August 10am, 605-624-4862. St. Paul's Episcopal Church Corner of Main and Linden. Sunday: nursery available. 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. 11:00 a.m. coffee hour. Call 624-3379 for more information Elk Point Baptist Church, 101 N. Green St., Elk Point, SD. Worship SUN 11am, Bible Study WED 7pm. 605-222-1981. Komstad Covenant Church Rural Beresford and Centerville, SD: 18 miles north on University Road. Phone 563-2402. Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Service 11 a.m. Bergen Lutheran Church “The Little White Church on Timber Road.” Worship 10:30am, Sunday School 9:15am Brule Creek Lutheran Church, Elk Point, SD: Worship 11am, Sunday School 9:45am-10:45am First Baptist Church, Elmer “Sandy” Aakre, Pastor. 605-6246391 home, 605-624-4658 church. Sunday School 9:15am, Worship 10:30am, Choir Practice 11:50am. Grace Baptist Church SBC, Pastor Steve Ford, 1102 E. Main. Phone 624-4949. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m. Prayer Meeting Wed. Night 7 p.m. COMPETITIVELY PRICED COVERAGE FOR: •Homeowners •Renters Pat Girard Ph. (605) 267-2421 •Farmowners •Rental Property Mark Donnelly Ph. (605) 659-5596 Faith Fellowship of the Open Bible on Bypass 50 & Hwy. 19. Sunday Celebration 10:30am Pastor Tony Armbrust, 605-624-2921. Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Church, 995 N. Sioux Point Road, Dakota Dunes, SD. Masses: SAT 4:30pm; SUN 9:30am and 5:30pm St. Agnes Church, 416 Walker St., Fr. John Fischer Office: 6244478. Rectory: 624-1995. Mass schedule: 5 p.m. Saturday, 8:00 a.m. and 10:30a.m. Sunday Cornerstone Church, A Place To Grow, located at corner of Crawford & Cherry St. Celebration Service: Sunday 9am and 10:30am (during school year); 10am (summers). Cornerstonesd.org or 624-8809. Elk Point United Parish, 603 S Pearl Street, Elk Point, Pastor David Bambas. Sunday worship at 9:30 AM (nursery available) 605-3562008, epups@iw.net or epunitedparish.org One Hour: Worship is led by a talented live band in a style that is consistent with today's culture. On the USD Campus at the MUC, 6:30pm Sundays! www.one-hour.org Providence Reformed Church, 830 Madison, Vermillion: Sunday School 9:30am, Worship 10:30am. “We welcome you to historic protestant worship and fellowship.” St Thomas More Newman Center, 320 E Cherry St, Vermillion. Sunday Mass 11am and 9pm www.usdnewman.org for weekday Mass and Adoration times. 605-624-2697 Christ Our Savior, WELS, Worship SUN. 6pm, Bible Study TUE. 9pm, Neuharth Center, 605-624-5398 or 1-800-1234. Concordia Lutheran Church, (LCMS), 7 South University St., Vermillion. Divine Service – Sunday, 10:30am; Sunday School, 9am. Pastor Samuel Needham. 605-6243459 or at lcmsvermillion.org Dalesburg Lutheran Church, 12 miles north of Vermillion on University Rd., Worship 9:15am, Sunday School 10:45am, www.dalesburglutheran.org. Gayville Lutheran Church, 307 Washington St., Gayville, SD, SUN 9am Worship, Sunday School 10:15am. Immanuel Lutheran Church Elk Point, SD: Worship Service 9:00 a.m., Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Pleasant Valley Lutheran Church. Rural Vermillion: Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Worship Service 10:30 a.m., Holy Communion First Sunday of every month. All welcome. St. Paul Lutheran Church, 31903 475th Ave., Elk Point, S.D. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.; Sunday School 9 a.m. The Rev. David Bentz, pastor, 605-356-2805; www.stpaullutheranelkpoint.com The Luther Center at USD Located at Cherry & Plum Streets, Vermillion. Wednesday evening worship at 8:30pm Fellowship events throughout the year. www.luthercenter.org Unitarian Universalist "The Uncommon Denomination." Services: first and third Sunday of each month at 7 p.m. in the basement of the United Church of Christ, 226 E. Main. Faith Lutheran Church, 401 Main St., Maskell, NE, Sunday School, 9am; Worship, 10am w/Communion 1st and 3rd Sundays. 605-658-0240 (home) or (402)692-3323 (church). Trinity Lutheran Church, 816 E Clark Street, Vermillion. Worship Saturday evening: 5:30PM and Sunday morning:10:00AM. Pastor Nate Lizarazo. www.trinityvermillion.org Church of Christ, 102 Prospect, Vermillion: Sunday Worship, 10am; Bible Study 9am; Bible Study Noon; Wednesday Night Classes, 7pm Faith United Lutheran Church, 44874 303rd St., Volin, SD, 605-2672277. Worship: 9:30am SUN w/ communion 1st & 4th Sundays. WOW Wednesday/Confirmation, 6:30pm First United Methodist, 16 N. Dakota St., Vermillion, Adult Sunday School 9am, Worship 10:25am. WED Youth 5:30-7pm, HS Group 7pm. Fore more info, 605-624-2179. The United Church of Christ Congregational, Highway 12 Newcastle, NE. Worship: 6:00 p.m. Saturday. Pastor Gary Kimm. Come join us! United Church of Christ Congregational, 226 E. Main St., Pastor Steve Miller. 10:30a.m. Worship Service. No Longer Strangers www.uccvermillion.org If you don’t get the word out about your business, no one else will!!! 113 W. Main St, Vermillion 624-2655
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