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08 Broadcaster Press December 23, 2014 www.broadcasteronline.com n WHEEL From Page 05 ‘06 Chrysler 300C SRT-8 #4351D, 97k miles, 6.1L V8, loaded...$14,990 ‘06 Pontiac Grand Prix #4487A, Maroon, 80k miles, alloy wheels .$6,990 ‘07 Nissan Maxima SL #4389B, Diamond White, 100k 1 owner miles, loaded and clean .....................................................................$10,990 ‘07 Ford Fusion SEL #P2454A, Blue, 110k miles, very clean.............$6,990 ‘08 Buick Lucerne CXL #4163A, White Diamond, 103k miles, new LaCrosse trade................................................$10,990 ‘08 Pontiac Grand Prix #4261A, Gray, 130k miles, alloy wheels.................$8,990 ‘08 Cadillac CTS AWD #3687A, Crystal Red, 85k miles,1 owner, we sold new, very nice.........................................................................$16,990 ‘08 Pontiac G6 #4189A, Blue, 86k miles, local new Equinox trade ....... $8,990 ‘09 Buick Lucerne CXL #4227A, Brown, 44k 1 owner miles, gorgeous unit! ................................................................................$16,990 ‘10 Nissan Maxima SV #4490A, Silver, 65k miles, local trade........$15,990 ‘11 Chrysler 200 Touring #92470, Black, 41K miles .....................$13,990 ‘11 Cadillac CTS AWD #P2471, Crystal Red, 31k Miles ...................$20,990 ‘11 Buick Regal CXL #P2469, Silver, 37K miles ..............................$15,990 ‘11 Buick Regal CXL #P2472, Silver, 44K miles ..............................$13,990 ‘12 Chevy Camaro SS RS #4197B, Orange, 28K miles, V8, Sun Roof, Loaded ....................................................................$24,990 ‘12 Chevy Malibu 2LT #4368B, White, 62k miles, chrome wheels$11,990 ‘12 Lincoln MKS AWD #4271A, Black, 34k 1 owner miles, Ecoboost, loaded ....................................................................$29,990 ‘13 Chevy Camaro LT RS #P2388, Red, 18k miles, sun roof, alloy wheels.............................................................. $23,990 ‘14 Chevy Camaro LT #P2385, Black, 13k miles, sunroof and alloys..........$23,990 ‘06 Chevy Trailblazer LS #3511B, White, 81k miles............................... $7,990 ‘06 Chevy HHR LT #4483A, 82K miles ................................................... $6,990 ‘07 Chevy Tahoe 4WD LTZ #3839A, Silver, 125k miles, loaded with roof, NAV, DVD, 20”s.......................................................$17,990 ‘07 GMC Yukon Denali #4267B, Blue/Green, 100k miles, loaded and a looker!..........................................................................$22,990 ‘07 Chevy Colorado Crew 4WD LT #4236A, White, 81k miles, V6, Z71..$17,990 ‘07 Chevy Colorado Crew 4WD LT #4417A1, Maroon, 87k miles, V6, Z71 $17,990 ‘08 Chevy Silverado Ext Cab 4WD WT #4457A, White, 5.3L V8, 67k 1 owner miles .............................................................................$16,990 ‘08 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT #4217A, Maroon, 105k miles, stow-n-go ............................................................................................ $9,990 ‘08 GMC Acadia AWD SLT2 #4273A, Maroon, 72k miles, quad seating, NAV ............................................................................$21,990 ‘08 Buick Enclave CXL #3773A, Mocha, 120k miles, chrome wheels, clean! ........................................................................$14,990 ‘09 GMC Acadia AWD SLT2 #4344A, Gold, 80k miles, roof, NAV, DVD, heads up display, loaded ...........................................$20,990 ‘09 GMC Yukon XL Denali #P2390, White Diamond, 73k miles, 1 owner, loaded, NAV, roof, DVD ........................................$35,990 ‘09 Chevy Avalanche 4WD LS #4151A, Black, 150k 1 owner miles, well cared for......................................................$13,990 ‘09 Chevy Traverse AWD LS #4264A, White, 50k miles ......................$16,990 ‘10 Chevy Silverado Crew 4WD LT #4082A, red, 33k 1 owner miles, 6.2L V8 ............................................................................................$28,990 ‘10 Ford F150 SuperCrew 4x4 Lariat #4310A, Blue, 56k 1 owner miles, leather..........................................................$27,990 ‘10 Ford F-150 SuperCrew XLT #3834A, Maroon, 45k miles, 5.4L V8, new Silverado trade ..............................................$19,990 ‘10 Chevy Traverse AWD LT #4399A, Dk Gray, 94k miles....................$14,990 ‘11 Dodge Ram Crew 4WD Sport #4459A, White, 54k miles, 5.7L HEMI ......................................................................... JU$T IN ‘11 Buick Enclave AWD CXL #4130A, Black 74k miles, 1 owner, we sold new, Loaded ............................................................$23,990 ‘11 Cadillac Escalade ESV #3688A, Mocha, 54k miles, Nav., DVD, sun roof, 22” wheels ............................................................ $43,990 ‘11 Dodge Grand Caravan #4143A, Black, 61k miles, DVD, power sliders, clean!.................................................................................... $14,990 ‘12 Cadillac Escalade ESV Platinum #4479A, Mocha, 82k 1 owner miles, LOADED, upgraded wheels ......................................................................... $44,990 ‘13 GMC Sierra 3/4 Ton Crew SLT #4317A, White, 25k miles, 1 owner, Diesel very nice! ...................................................$48,990 ‘13 GMC Sierra Crew Denali #4407A, Maroon, 76k 1 owner miles, 6.2L V8................................................................$34,990 ‘13 GMC Sierra Ext Cab 4x4 SLE #4409A, White, 17k 1 owner miles, 5.3L V8................................................................$29,990 ‘13 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Lariat #4281A, black, 41k miles,1 owner, loaded, new tires...................................................$32,990 ‘13 Nissan Xterra PRO-4X #4188B, Gray, 14k 1 owner miles, manual, rare vehicle........................................................ $24,990 ‘13 Ford Explorer Limited #4382A, Silver, 38k 1 owner miles, Nav., leather, new SRX trade...................................................... $29,990 ‘14 Chevy Silverado Crew 4WD LT #P2475, Red, 3k 1 owner miles, leather...................................................................................... $35,990 ‘14 GMC Sierra 4WD Denali #P2476, Black, 5,900 1 owner miles, 6.2L V8..... $52,990 ‘11 Chevy Malibu LS #4169A, White, 54k miles, very nice, trade in.......... $13,990 ‘11 Chevy Equinox AWD LTZ #P2370A, Brown, 46k miles, chrome wheels, very sharp ......................................................... $22,990 ‘11 Chevy Cruze LT #3279A, Black, 25k 1 owner miles, leather, we sold new ......................................................................... $14,990 ‘12 Buick Enclave AWD CXL #4398A, Ming Blue, 46k 1 owner miles, LOADED .....................................................................$32,990 ‘12 GMC Terrain AWD SLT #4244A, Bronze, chrome wheels, roof, 41k 1 owner miles ...........................................................$22,990 ‘12 Chevy Impala LTZ #4186B, White, 45k miles, sun roof ....... $17,990 ‘13 GMC Acadia SLT #4489A, Gold, 27k 1 owner miles, leather ............$31,990 ‘13 Chevy Malibu LT #4119A, Silver, 3,000 miles, 1 owner, like new! ................................................................................$18,990 ‘13 Chevy Impala LTZ #P2396, Silver, 36K miles, leather and loaded .............................................................................. $16,990 ‘13 Buick Enclave Premium #4393A, Gold, 24k 1 owner miles, LOADED!.................................................................................... $33,990 ‘13 Chevy Malibu LT #4395A, Taupe, 19k miles, local trade ............... $16,990 ‘14 Chevy Cruze LT’s 6-23k miles, 18 choices – starting ..............$13,990 ‘14 Chevy Cruze 2LT’s 11-18k miles, leather, MyLink, 4 choices only.........................................................................$15,990 ‘14 Chevy Malibu 2LT’s 10-14k miles, 4 choices, leather – starting only...............................................................$19,990 ‘14 Chevy Captiva LS’s 10-26k miles, 3 choices – starting ..........$15,990 ‘14 GMC Acadia AWD SLT1 #P2387, Gray, 13k miles, leather, quad seating ............................................................... $34,990 ‘14 Chevy Cruze LT’s 18 Choices, its roads. “If it is voted down again then roads and bridges will not be rebuilt,” Powell said. “The state has no intention of giving us money we should have been paying by way of the authority the legislature gave us. If you refuse to pay to maintain you home, farm, vehicles and equipment it will catch up and open your eyes. Any business that does not improve its operation and maintenance is most likely going to fail.” Why are the roads failing? As money has become an issue over the years, thanks in large part to not having additional revenue through various taxes not being passed – i.e. the wheel tax – the county has struggled to keep up with the escalating use of its roads. The all area of the state has boomed population- -or- $199/mo* SUNDAY, DEC. 7 4:30 p.m. — A deputy investigated a complaint from a Meckling resident that his neighbor was shooting a gun in the area. Upon investigation it was being done in a safe and legal manner. MONDAY, DEC. 8 10:35 a.m. — A deputy investigated a report of dumped puppies along rural roads in Wakonda. It was learned that the man had found homes for all of the dogs. 9:53 p.m. — Speeding east of Wakonda. The vehicle was stopped and the driver was found to have a warrant in Union County. The man posted the bond required and was released. TUESDAY, DEC. 9 6:45 p.m. — Car/deer crash on the Burbank Road. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10 8:02 a.m. — Injury accident on Certified! ‘14 Chevy Captiva LS’s 3 Choices, Starting Only $15,990 -or- $229/mo* Highway 50 west of Vermillion. The injuries were minor. Another person associated with the driver also arrived and was eventually arrested for a domestic assault. 11:15 a.m. — The School Resource Officer investigated a report that some students were making plans to smoke marijuana. Since it involved plans and not previous acts, parents were notified so they could handle the issue at home. 3:47 p.m. — Welfare Check of a woman and her kids in Wakonda. The family was fine with no need of concern. THURSDAY, DEC. 11 7:15 a.m. — An inmate was transported from the Yankton County Jail to the Clay County Jail to be held for a court appearance. 1:37 p.m. — An inmate was returned to the Yankton County Jail SUNDAY, DEC. 7 12:44 a.m. - Officers conducting bar checks in the downtown area observed a male attempting to enter a bar with identification that belonged to someone else. Officers spoke with the male and were able to identify him as under the age of 21 and were able to confirm he had consumed alcohol. Due to the male's cooperation upon contact with the officers, he was cited only for Underage Consumption and released. 1:00 p.m. - A caller reported their vehicle was egged. Officers documented the incident and found no damage had been done to the vehicle. MONDAY, DEC.8 9:30 a.m. - An officer responded to a report of a two vehicle accident. No involved persons were found to be injured in the accident. Officer's investigation of the incident resulted in a male driver being cited for a stop sign violation. 10:02 a.m. - An officer responded to a report of a two vehicle accident. No involved person were found to be injured from the accident. Upon investigation of the incident, a female driver was cited for unsafe backing. TUESDAY, DEC. 9 12:51 a.m. - Officers responded to a complaint of loud music coming PRECISION PAINTING from a residence. Officers arrived in the area and confirmed the noise complaint and the source of the noise. Contact was made with a resident of the house and the male resident was issued a citation for Noise Prohibited. 3:45 a.m. - Officers responded to a report of a domestic incident between a male and female. The investigation on scene resulted in the male being arrested for domestic assault charges. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10 2:03 a.m. - An officer noticed a vehicle stopped blocking traffic flow and another subject on a bicycle stopped in front of the vehicle. The officer drove around the block and noted the vehicle had moved toward the curb but was parked illegally. The officer made contact with the driver and determined the driver was intoxicated. She was arrested for DWI. THURSDAY, DEC. 11 2:32 a.m. - An officer responded to a residence for a report of loud music or noise from a neighboring residence. The source of the noise was identified and the officer attempted to make contact with the resident or person present. No one at the home would answer the door for the officer so an officer on the next shift was asked to follow up with the residents. The following INTERIOR • EXTERIOR COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL Quality Workmanship, Reasonable Rates Since 1983 P2411 *$2,000 down on 72 mo.@4.9% WAC GUBBELS SALVAGE Wanted: • Old Cars • RV Motorhomes • Farm Machinery • Irrigation Systems • Any Type of Scrap Iron • Grain Bin Removal Paying Top Dollar Will Pick Up (888)876-7705 • (605)665-4500 after a court appearance in Clay County. 5:11 p.m. — A deputy received a report of a person modifying a check that had previously been cashed and cashing it again. The matter is under investigation. 5:30 p.m. — A rural resident near Wakonda reported someone cut her horse's mane. This is the second time this has occurred. The matter is under investigation. 8:54 p.m. — A vehicle was stopped and the driver was cited for speeding on 455th Avenue near Wakonda. FRIDAY, DEC. 12 6:48 a.m. — A deputy investigated a car/deer accident on 302nd St. east of Wakonda. 2:02 p.m. — A deputy investigated a report of a theft of a check from a rural business. The check was cashed outside of Clay County. The matter remains under investigation. 3:08 p.m. — A rural resident reported a scam call from someone claiming to be from the IRS. The intended victim recognized the call as a scam and hung up so no money was lost. 8:48 p.m. — A deputy responded to a report of a vehicle westbound in the eastbound lane of Highway 50 near Meckling. The vehicle was not located. Yankton County was notified. SATURDAY, DEC. 13 6:38 a.m. — A deputy assisted with a death investigation in Vermillion and served as deputy coroner to certify the death which was determined to be of natural causes. 6:00 p.m. — A deputy responded to a car/deer crash west of Vermillion morning, an officer made contact with the renter 7:33 a.m. - Officers received a complaint of a theft of a vehicle. The vehicle was located in town and later returned to the owner. Investigation continues. 2:03 p.m. - Officers responded to a complaint on a parked vehicle. When contact was made with the vehicle owner, it was reported the vehicle had been moved without the owner's knowledge. The vehicle was returned to the owner and the investigation into the vehicle theft continues. 2:31 p.m. - A caller reported fraudulent charges on their debit card. Officers are investigating. 3:54 p.m. - A local business reported catching two shoplifters. Officers investigated the incident and one subject was charged with theft. FRIDAY, DEC. 12 2:24 a.m. - An officer responded to a complaint on a vehicle following too closely to the Safe Ride Bus. The officer located the vehicle and observed the vehicle fail to stop when leaving a private driveway. The officer stopped the vehicle and made contact with the driver. The driver was found to be intoxicated and arrested for DWI and open container in a motor vehicle. 4:56 a.m. - Caller reported her vehicle damaged and items stolen. Officers responded and documented vehicle damage and the theft of items. Investigation continues. 6:22 a.m. - Caller reported items missing from their vehicle. An officer responded and noted the items taken from the vehicle. Theft investigation continues. 7:33 a.m. - Caller reported damage to and theft from her vehicle. Under investigation 11:05 a.m. - An officer responded to a report of items missing from a vehicle. The caller reported a handgun missing from his vehicle from when he parked the night before. Officers are investigating. 11:43 p.m. - Officers were contacted by a local business reference the attempted use of fake identification cards. Officers were provided with two identification cards, one which was learned to be fictitious. Officers are continuing their investigation. SATURDAY, DEC. 13 1:22 a.m. - An officer stopped a vehicle for a stop sign violation. The driver was found to be intoxicated and was arrested for DWI. 10:31 p.m. - Officers responded to a report of a domestic disturbance between a male and female. Upon investigating the incident, the male subject was arrested and charged with Interference with Emergency Communications. Please Recycle! Are you becoming eligible for Medicare or looking to compare Medicare plans? See me as I represent many ?ne companies. Towing Service & Roll-Off Dumpsters Available 1-402-640-6335 Coleridge, NE Lloyd Rowland P PO Box 334 Verm Vermillion, SD 57069 605-350 605-350-3849 lloydrowland@ lloydrowland@hotmail.com Tell them you saw it in the Broadcaster! Call 624-4429 & Merry Christmas a Happy New Year Prosperity, Success, Good Health! & from all of us at the See Us On FACEBOOK.com/NorthtownUSA • 3818 Broadway, Yankton, SD Next week The Plain Talk will further the discussion on the Wheel Tax when questions concerning how the potential road construction issues and the wear-and-tear of the roads could affect the Clay County landscape and if it could deter growth in the area. CLINT TUCKER • 624-4621 A17407 filled with Certified! does mean something. To some, a wheel tax would be akin to an insurance policy. “I will say that to some folks anything added to the bills may be difficult but the $16 annual expense and the result of improving roads is minimal when compared to the cost of a pack of cigarettes or a couple of beers, a bottle of wine or your cable bill per month,” Packard said. “Compare South Dakota vehicle registration fees with neighboring state and we pay a quarter to a half of the costs. My daughter just paid over to $300 to register her used car in Nebraska.” POLICE REPORT Wishing you a P2413 *$2,000 down on 72 mo.@4.9% WAC highway department but the increase in repair costs and the continuous deterioration has only allowed the county to use a band aid approach. The resurfacing of 302 Street accomplished in 2010 nearly broke the county financially.” The roads, which begin and end at the corporate city limits of Vermillion, Wakonda, and Irene are now faced with a situation where the funds don’t match the need. That could mean the county would fall behind the deterioration of roads in and around Vermillion. “Run down roads and bridges will drag down our economy, create excessive vehicle repairs and create a very unsafe transportation system,” Powell said. “Sixteen dollars might mean a lot to some but it is a justified users’ tax.” It’s not wise to tell anyone how to spend their money or how much is not much, but when the cost benefits could leads to a lack of financial loss down the road that SHERIFF’S REPORT Starting Only $13,990 wise over the past 20 years and that means more travelers. More travelers means more use of roads and that means more wear-and-tear. Thus the loss of revenue would directly impact that wear-andtear as the funds weren’t there to keep up in the race. “Through the years the counties have received less and less federal and state funds for road and bridge repair,” Packard said. “At this same time the county has become responsible for more and more expenses over and above road and bridges. Veterans administration, 4-H , and court /law enforcement responsibilities have greatly increase while funding has been cut, eliminated, or laws passed in Pierre with unfunded mandates, which force the county government to increase spending on these and similar important areas. “During past few years, Clay County has continually raised the budget dedicated to the & Plain Talk Broadcaster Press
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