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8 Broadcaster Press August 22, 2017 www.broadcasteronline.com HHS Awards $160,696 To South Dakota To Improve Health Center Quality The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced that $160,696 has been awarded to 4 health centers in South Dakota as an investment in quality improvement, building upon their 2016 achievements. Health centers will use these funds to further improve the quality, efficiency, and effectiveness of the health care delivered to the communities they serve. This announcement comes during Health Center Week, the annual celebration of the high-quality, affordable, primary care health centers have been providing for more than 50 years. “Americans deserve a healthcare system that’s affordable, accessible, of the highest quality, with ample choices, driven by worldleading innovations, and responsive to the needs of the individual patient,” said Secretary Price. “Supporting health centers across the country helps to achieve that mission.” Health centers are receiving these funds to continue improving their services based upon high levels of performance in one or more of the following categories: Improving Quality of Care, Increasing Access to Care, Enhancing Delivery of High Value Health Care, Addressing Health Disparities, and Achieving Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition. “Today’s awards will help health centers to provide their communities with high quality, affordable primary care,” said HRSA Administrator Dr. George Sigounas. “Quality care remains a critical trait of the Health Center Program, especially because health centers are treating more patients than ever before.” HRSA also released new data compiled from health centers through its Uniform Data System (UDS) reporting, providing an update on the primary care services being provided to patients. In 2016, nearly 26 million people (approximately 1 in 12 U.S. residents) relied on a HRSA-funded health center for affordable, accessible primary health care including: • One in three people living in poverty; • One in ten U.S. children 17 years or younger; • One in six U.S. rural residents; and • More than 330,000 U.S. veterans. For more than 50 years, health centers have delivered affordable, accessible, quality, and cost-effective primary health care services to patients. Today, nearly 1,400 health centers operate more than 10,400 service delivery sites nationwide. For a list of FY 2017 Quality Improvement Awards recipients, visit: https://bphc. hrsa.gov/programopportunities/fundingopportunities/ qualityimprovement/index. html To learn more about HRSA’s Health Center Program, visit: http://bphc.hrsa. gov/about To find a health center in your area, visit: http://findahealthcenter.hrsa.gov. Auction 12:00 Sunday August 27th, 2017 Lunch Served National Guard Armory (603 Princeton) Vermillion, SD Auctioneer notes: We will double ring, for picture and more go to Dakotarealty.com 1979 Honda CB400T Hawk 5,041 miles, Guns, 1908 $20 gold coin, 30 plus silver dollars, Specialty tools, Antiques, Music items, Military items, collector glass and furniture, Snapper riding lawn mower 38” Guns and ammunition: Large collection of ammunition, Glenfield Marlin Model 60 22LR, Winchester 94AE 45 colt, Iver Johnson Matte Rib Single Shot 12 Gauge, Steven Model 812 Gauge Shotgun, Marlin Model 21 1904 12 gauge Pump Shot Gun, 1960 Joe Higgins Bolt 12 Gauge, Taurus PT 22 Pistol, 36 Caliber Navy Model Euroarms Replica Colt Revolver, Ruger 40 cal. Pistol, Beautiful Oak Locking Gun Cabinet. Estate Auction for Donna Hahn: Furniture: Duncan Phyfe drop leaf table, 4 piece bedroom set, player-piano rolls matching sofa/loveseat, 4 matching Persian Carpets from 2 by 3 to 30 by 16, antique lamps. Glassware: Depression glass, numerous matching juice pitchers with glasses, apothecary jars, nearly 100 salt/pepper shakers, brown stoneware, crocks, vintage coffee grinder. China Painting: 2 kilns, lots of whiteware. Musical Instruments: trumpets, clarinets, flutes/piccolo, cello, xylophone, mellophone, baritones, zither/autoharp. Guest: Fire king, depression glass, enamel ware , toys (military), old military helmets, Red Wing flower pots, Hull Vase plus McCoy Vase, old military helmets, toy train accessories, Chesterman coffee maker that came out of the Meckling country store (very rare), mixers, WW 2 troop pictures from Fort Dodge IA., starting lineups, rod iron bed, dining table, table saw, old board games plus military games. Leo Kirschenman: PRIMITIVES-camelback trunk, benches, bird cage, trike, Radio Flyer wagon, cabinet for wash basin. ANTIQUES: Pump organ, Old kitchen cupboard, China hutch, Sunset full bed & dresser w/ mirror, vanity with round mirror, blonde cedar chest with key, vintage clothes, hats, baby clothes, hand quilted quilts, flour feed sacks, Old needlework & doilies, crocheted table cloth, large assortment of red rimmed Indiana glassware, 16 coffee cups and much more), 5 piece place setting Homer Laughlin china, Large assortment of frosted grape pattern glassware (some with red rims), assorted Virginia Rose pieces; Miscellaneous colored and clear depression glass, OLD stuffed toys. FURNITURE: 2 glider rockers, sleep chair (new) lift chair, large wicker chair, round solid wood dining table w/ 1 leaf and 4 chairs, oak wall clock, small chest of drawers, , large wooden rocking chair, 2 gliding rockers, Sentry Combination safe. HOUSEHOLD: Pyrex bowls, 45 piece Andover China in box, Haviland China, butter dish, cream and sugar, serving platter, serving bowls, gravy boat and more, 2-4 piece Crown China, 5 piece place setting Norleans silver-rimmed china, set of 8 silver-rimmed bar glasses (8 oz, 6 oz & 4 oz), Quilters ironing boards, 2 quilt racks, quilters ironing boards, Q-Snap tubular quilt frame, boxes of antique trims, crafts, & zippers, old buttons, wooden thread spools, crocheted pillowcase edgings, large assortment of FANCY machine embroidery threads, large, assortment of embroidery hoops, crochet hooks, large box macramé supplies, DeWALT drill, Stihl gas weed eater. Guest: Hohner 120 bass accordion – nice with original case, Hohner 3-row button box accordion, 1940’s with original case, AquaStar tankless gas water heater – installed, never used 4.3 gpm, Stihl FS 76 gas weed whacker; 4 girls bikes; aluminum oxide grinding discs; polishing discs; 100 Grit 9" x 7/8" resin fiber discs; 24 grit 9 " x 7/8" resin fiber discs; 14" x 3/16 " x1" masonry reinforced cutting wheel; masonry bits; 12" x 5/32" x1" concrete masonry cutting disc; 12" x 1/8 "x 20" metal cut off wheel; boxes of Makita 60 grit 4 X 24 abrasive belts for wood and metal; 80 grit 4" x 21" abrasive belts; 5 x 1/4 x 7/8 masonry cut off wheels; 8" 220 grit sanding discs; 9x11 sheets of 120 x aluminum oxide sanding paper; 16" x 5/32 x 1" metal cut off wheel for stationary saw; Carbide drill splines; impact wrench retainer rings; bearing separator; Large assortment punches; 2 boxes of bimetal hole saws; large assortment taps; 1/4 - 1/2 hex keys; t-hex keys; halfround, triangular; 7" medium hook n loop discs; four 12'1" 3/4" .035 bandsaw blades, new in box. Irma Burbach: ROSEVILLE VASES – White Rose Pattern, Handled Vase #962 – 7”, Handled Vase #147 – 8”, MISCELLANEOUS - Wells Blue Bunny Cream Bottle, Pabst Blue Ribbon Glass, Faultless Starch Jar, Vintage Coleman Blue and Chrome Gas Iron, 1930, Blue Specht Enamelware Coffee Pot w/Lid, 1 ½ gallon, Tan/Green Trim Enamel Cake Pan, 9 x 13”, Rolling Pin, Portugal Copper Coffee Pot, 8 cup 6 ½”, Gregorian Copper Triangular Dish, 12 ½ x 6 ¼”, Singer Featherweight Sewing Machine, Singer Buttonhole Maker Attachment, 4 Tailoring Tools: Dressmaker’s Ham, Seam Roll, Print Presser/Pointing Block, Clapper, Beveled Glass Window, 24 x 24”, 2 Leaded Glass Window, 19 x 44” and 20 x 20” (latter being held together with tape), Child’s Metal Doll House, Hartstone, ANCHOR HOCKING GLASS CORP, DEPRESSION, BUBBLE GLASS, FIREKING, FIREKING, CANDLEWICK GLASS, PRIMITIVE VINTAGE BROWN STONEWARE CROCK, MAR-CREST OVENPROOF STONEWARE USA – Daisy & Dot Pattern, Pennsylvania Dutch Style; Dark Brown–Warm Colorado Brown Finish. Made by Western Stoneware for Marshall-Burns, YELLOW WARE STONEWARE. Guest: Large very ornate wicker rocking chair, Small white alabaster bedroom table lamp(antique), Jade tree with cloisonné vase, leaves of polished semi-precious stones: jade, amethyst, quartz, etc. dynamite box, Waterloo Boy tractor model, Ertle, new in box with collector coin and book: John Deere Toys and the Real Products They Represent. Jeanette Williams: Antique floor lamp, box of pens and pencils, some with advertising, old dolls, old yard sticks, Sioux Gun Club trophy, Crooks Gun Club tray, Yukon Jack decanter, large canvas of “The Smoke Signal” by Frederic Remington. Rhoda A. Grant: Complete household goods from bedroom sets/bedding to dish towels/dishes and more, maple desk, 2 flat screen tvs, sewing machine, hoover vacuum, 2 dressers, toys, collectibles, lion train set (1960s) race car set (1960s). Madsen Auction Service Gary Madsen 605-638-0643 Hazen Bye 605-670-0422 and Jim Brady 605-670-9638 Weekly Column: Thoughts From Dakotafest By Rep. Kristi Noem build support. In 2014, I had to fight members of my own party to get the Farming is one of the only businesses where you take out Farm Bill done, and I was proud the final legislation included massive loans at the beginning of the year, bury that money a strong safety net for producers and a meaningful livestock in the ground in the form of seed and fertilizer, then hope disaster program. With the 2014 Farm Bill expiring in a and pray there’s something to harvest in the fall. Despite little over a year, we’re beginning debate on what the next the risk, it’s important we grow our own food, and that Farm Bill will look like, hopefully building in enough time to understanding has made the Farm Bill a bipartisan priority educate non-rural policymakers about why agriculture safety for decades. But as cities grow and families get further from nets are necessary. America’s agricultural roots, it’s increasingly challenging to At Dakotafest this year, I had the opportunity to hear from producers about what they’d like to get out of the upcoming Farm Bill debates: what’s working, what isn’t, and what can be done about it. Josh, a rancher near Wall, talked about the drought, its impact on his operation, and areas where disaster programs could be better. Many ranchers had to downsize their herds because they couldn’t access good feed, given the drought. Meanwhile, in other parts of the state, farmers were forced to th destroy good hay that was harvested as part of certain Legal: The SW1/4 of SW1/4 and S1/2 NW1/4, SW1/4 in Section 27-94-56 CRP management practices. Yankton County, SD. Taxes are $1,209.02. It doesn’t make sense, but that’s what current policy This is a very attractive tract of land with very good soil ratings of 82-84% on requires. the crop land. Predominant soil types are CkA (Clarno – Crossplaine – Tetonka) Earlier this summer, I incomplex with 0 to 3% slope and CeB (Clarno – Bonilla loams) with 1 to 6% troduced the DRY Act, which slope. This farm has approximately 40 acres that is now into row crop with would allow farmers to the balance into grassland which also has rural water pasture hook up. The donate this hay to ranchers Yankton County FSA Office shows PLC yields of 108 and 44. suffering from bad droughts or fires. It’s commonsense, and I’d like to see it included This is a great opportunity to not only buy some high quality Yankton County in the next Farm Bill. farmland, but also an excellent location for a new home. Just minutes from I also heard from Mike, Yankton on the newest hard surfaced Yankton County road; only about a mile whose homestead near Hecla from the new Napa Junction Terminal. is older than South Dakota itself. As Mike put it, he’s Terms: 10% nonrefundable payment due day of auction with the balance due always “two weeks from a on closing. Closing day October 6, 2017 with possession on March 1, 2018. drought and one night from a flood,” so even though Seller will pay the taxes through December 31st, 2017. Title insurance and it’s been a dry year, he had closing costs will be split 50/50 between the buyer and seller. Yankton Title Co, some serious concerns about closing agent. Real Estate is being sold subject to court approval. Auctioneers the wetland determinations are acting as agents for the seller. Statements made day of auction take process. precedent over written material. Wetlands are protected for conservation purposes. If property is determined to be a wetland, certain changes – such as laying drain tile Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. in a field – are not allowed (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 without a landowner losing www.GirardAuction.com the ability to participate in Marv Girard, BA; Ken Girard, CAI, AARE Broker; federal Farm Bill programs and crop insurance. The Mike Girard, CAI, BA; Scott Moore, BA determinations process has a history of backlogs, and in some cases, it can take years to get everything straightened out. That doesn’t work, which is why I wrote the Wetland Determinations Efficiency and Transparency Act. This legislation, which I’m hopeful will be in the Located: 2216 Broadway St, Yankton, SD. 1-Block north of Hy-Vee. next Farm Bill, aims to better Bidding Opens Thursday August 24th, Closes Tuesday August 29th, 10:00 a.m. ensure producers get timely No Live Auction—Online Bidding only through www.GirardBid.com! determinations. Yesterday’s Café has sold their building and will be offering the following I also had a lot of discusequipment, supplies, & antiques at online-only auction. sions about various aspects of CRP. Many young farmers, Commercial Kitchen Equipment: 8’x20’ Walk-in Cooler/Freezer; Small Walk-in for instance, are concerned Cooler; (2) Reach-in Freezers; (2) Reach-in Coolers; 3 Flat Grills—48” & 36”; (2) that the ag economy can 6-burner stoves; Double Convection Oven; 3 Deep Fryers; Broaster; 3-compartment change significantly from year-to-year, and if CRP SS Sink; 2 Refrigerated Prep stations; Stainless Steel Prep Tables; 3-bay Steam rates aren’t updated quickly Table; Heated/Cooled large salad bar; (2) Milk Machines; Plate Warmer; Can enough, they can distort loRacks; Commercial Toaster; Microwaves; Assorted SS Racking; Plastic Carts; cal rental markets, making it Antiques/Collectables: ’57 Chevy Rear-end Booth, black; ’57 Chevy Front End difficult to access productive Counter-red; ’55 Chevy Rear-end Booth; ’59 Chevy Back Clip Display; (these 4 farmland. Earlier this month, I introduced the Fair CRP pieces are made from REAL Cars, professionally built, and very nice!) ’29 Chevy Payment Act to better ensure Car Front; Custom Neon Signage; Many tin signs and various décor; CRP rates accurately reflect Furniture: Multiple Booth Sets; Many Padded Chairs; Many Tables of various the current cost of renting sizes; High chairs; farmland. Terms: 10% Buyer’s Premium on all sales. SD Sales tax applies. All sales final. These legislative proposals are only the beginning. Cash, Good Check, Visa, MasterCard. We’re working on a number Preview: Please call Toby Woehl to schedule Preview, (605) 661-8629 of other bills as well, but I Pickup Times: Wednesday August 30th, 2 to 6:00 p.m.; Aug 31 thru Sept 2, 10 want to keep hearing from a.m. to 3 p.m. These are the ONLY pickup times! No exceptions will be made. No you about what more is assistance will be provided for loading, please bring plenty of help & equipment! needed. If I missed you at Dakotafest, catch me at another Note: All this equipment is working and will be in use through August 23rd. event. Call my office. Send Professionals will disconnect all electrical, water, & gas prior to pickup. an email. Now is the time to Online Only Auction—No Live Auction! It’s easy to register and bid! Go to www. start setting the parameters GirardBid.com for full details. Bidding will open Thursday August 24th and closes for the next Farm Bill. Tuesday August 29th. With each Farm Bill, fewer and fewer policymakers have a connection to agriculture. I like to remind them that Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. while not everyone farms, (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 everyone eats. Even still, it’s www.GirardAuction.com a tough climb. But I’ll keep Marv Girard, BA; Ken Girard, CAI, AARE Broker; fighting. Mike Girard, CAI, BA; Scott Moore, BA 58 Acres of Yankton County Land Wednesday, September 6th, 9:30 a.m. Located: 3 miles West of Wal-Mart on SD Highway 50, 1 mile North on 437 Ave Darri Barkl Family Trust First Dakota National Bank Trustee Yesterday’s Café Restaurant Equipment Yesterday’s Café, Toby & Kerry Woehl, Owners
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