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Broadcaster Press 5 September 6, 2016 www.broadcasteronline.com 1815 Miscellaneous FREE for 30 words or less for private party classified line ads in the Broadcaster and Plain Talk. If you need more than 30 words, don't worry you still won't pay a lot. A 31-word ad is only $.90 and the cost only goes up $.50 per word thereafter. Stop in at 201 W. Cherry Street, Vermillion or call 605-624-4429. Got Knee Pain? Back Pain? Shoulder Pain? Get a pain-relieving brace at little or NO cost to you. Medicare Patients Call Health Hotline Now! 1- 800604-2613 (MCN) HOTELS FOR HEROES to find out more about how you can help our service members, veterans and their families in their time of need, visit the Fisher House website at www.fisherhouse.org nani Life Alert. 24/7. One press of a button sends help FAST! Medical, Fire, Burglar. Even if you can't reach a phone! FREE Brochure. CALL 800-306-1404 (MCN) LIVING WITH KNEE OR BACK PAIN? 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Angus & Sim-Angus bred heifers available for sale Horseshoe Hill Ranch. Call Jay Poppe 402-640-9031, Gary Poppe 402-388-2410. NEW HORSE BOARDING FACILITY! Now accepting applications for horse boarders. Located between Vermillion and Yankton. Contact pathanes @horseinnaroundranch.com for information. NEW HORSE BOARDING FACILITY! Now accepting applications for horse boarders. Located between Yankton and Vermillion. Contact pathanes@horsinnaroundranch.com for information. 1890 Seed - Feed Cleaned Winter Wheat Seed: Certified Overland 96% germination certification #D20984. Certified Wesley 97% germination certification #19897. Scotland 605-857-0359 Justin or 605-661-0487 Keith. Weekly Column: Finding Savings in Prevention By Rep. Kristi Noem Earlier this summer, lightning struck Crow Peak in the Black Hills, setting about 2,700 acres of land on fire before it was contained. The blaze threatened the homes and ranch lands near its path as well as the lives of the firefighters working to fend off its flames. Over the course of the last decade or so, wildfires across the country have grown larger and more dangerous. In 2015, a record-breaking 10.1 million acres burned, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In total, the fires took the lives of at least seven firefighters, severely damaged 4,500 homes, and cost approximately $2.6 billion. Because of the way funding is allocated, the increased size and scope of fire fighting has drawn much-needed resources away from preventing these blazes altogether. I, along with many members on both sides of the aisle, would like to see this changed. More specifically, I've backed the bipartisan H.R.167, the Wildfire Disaster Funding Act. This legislation would help protect the resources we have to keep our forests healthy, thereby lowering the risk of costly wildfires. The most damaging fires would then be fought with emergency funding, just like other natural disasters are. In the Black Hills, excessive drought and damaging pine beetles have only amplified the risk of wildfires. Not only is this a significant safety concern, but it also jeopardizes our state’s tourism and forestry industries – and the paychecks of the hundreds of South Dakotans employed in these industries. A number of counties West River have already become eligible for emergency relief due to excessive drought. Even the small rains some counties have received have simply not been enough to prevent fires or quench dry ranch lands. Years of pine beetle damage have also turned much of the Black Hills into a tinder box. An estimated 430,000 acres - or about one-third of the Black Hills National Forest - have been destroyed by pine beetles. Through provisions I helped write into the 2014 Farm Bill, we've been able to help cut through environmental red tape, get boots on the ground faster, and allow the Forest Service to work on a larger scale in many cases. So far, nearly one million acres of the Black Hills National Forest has benefited from these provisions, but more must still be done. Through other efforts, we were also able to prioritize additional funding to help beat the beetle. Simply put, it is much more cost-effective and significantly safer to prevent a wildfire than it is to fight one. Our funding allocations should reflect that. We are fortunate to have so many dedicated foresters working in the Black Hills today, fighting to keep our forests healthy, preserving our landscape, and, when necessary, stepping in to protect homes, livestock and lives. I am incredibly grateful for their efforts and humbled by the risks they take. New Virus Gets Official Name, Influenza D BROOKINGS, S.D. - It’s official. The executive committe of the International Committee of Taxonomy of Viruses approved naming a new virus, influenza D, as the South Dakota State University researchers who discovered it proposed, according to professor Feng Li. The committee officially announced a new genus, Orthomyxovirdae, with a single species, influenza D virus, because of its distinctness from other influenza types—A, B and C. Though SDSU alumnus Ben Hause isolated the virus from a diseased pig in 2011, he later found that cattle were the primary reservoir for influenza D. Hause identified and characterized the new virus as part of his doctoral research under Li’s tutelage. This is the first influenza virus identified in cattle, Li explained. “This contribution was made in South Dakota and our theory has been confirmed independently by other research groups.” Li and Radhey Kaushik, professor and assistant head of the biology and microbiology department, secured a National Institutes of Health grant for nearly $400,000 to study the biology, genetics and evolution of the new virus. “From a science viewpoint, it’s very exciting to work with a brand-new virus,” said Li, who has joint appointments in the biology and microbiology and veterinary and biomedical sciences departments. Volker Brözel, head of the Department of Biology and Microbiology, said, “This is a great example of how our researchers add to scientific knowledge and seek solutions to challenges impacting both human and animal health.“ In particular, these researchers have actively engaged graduate and undergraduate students, he pointed out. “Being associated with the discovery of a new virus genus is a huge boost for their future career paths in medicine, academia and private industry.” Ultimately, the goal is to determine whether influenza D, which has 50 percent similarity to human influenza C, can cause problems in humans, according to Kaushik. However, he noted, “the virus has not been shown to be pathogenic in humans. No one should be afraid of this.” The research group showed that influenza D is spread only through direct contact and proved a guinea pig can be used as an animal model to study the virus. Influenza D antibodies have been identified in blood samples from sheep and goats, but the virus does not affect poultry. Studies are underway to compare the virulence among the bovine and swine influenza D strains and human influenza C using the guinea pig model. “If the virus can undergo reassortment in combination with a closely related human influenza virus, it may be able to form a new strain that could pose more of a threat to humans,” Kaushik explained. Li noted, “We have much to learn about this new virus.” Since 1934 Classifieds Today! CALL: 624-4429 or FAX: 624-2696 EMAIL: classifieds@plaintalk.net ONLINE: BroadcasterOnline.com DROP BY: 201 W. Cherry, Vermillion our ongoing efforts to repeal unnecessary statutes and rules. He has been a trusted confident and advisor, and more importantly a good friend. I will miss him, but I wish him the very best.” Seward joined the Daugaard transition team in December 2010 and became general counsel when Daugaard was sworn in as governor in January 2011. Prior to joining the Governor’s Office, Seward was a practicing attorney in Spearfish. He served from 2001-06 as the Butte County states’ attorney. Seward is a judge advocate general in the South Dakota National Guard. His military service included a tour of duty in Afghanistan p Broadcaster 8 b2 Press9 5 bp Broadcaster4 6 4 1 Press Since 1934 2 5 1 4 2 6 5 7 in 2004-05, and he was awarded the Bronze Star for his service. “I want to thank the Gov9 ernor for his leadership and friendship,” said Seward. “We EASY have taken on and solved Book enormous challenges togeth- 62: Answers Last Tuesday’s er from the Missouri River Sudoku Solution #1 flood of 2011 to our efforts to 8 5 3 1 6 4 7 2 reform the corrections sysSudoku 8 6 7 9 2 3 #3 1 4 tem to hold offenders more 2 1 4 7 9 5 6 3 accountable. 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