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Broadcaster Press 7 December 26, 2017 www.broadcasteronline.com This ad is about six days long It will stay around for days, weeks...and sometimes longer. It will be read and reread, passed from one reader to anther; to every member of the family, to friends and colleagues. Its information will be considered, absorbed and acted upon in the reader’s own uninterrupted time. The printed advertisement puts your offer in writing. GFP Commission Proposes Duck Hunting Season- Finalizes Several Waterfowl Seasons PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission proposed to adjust the beginning of the low plains south duck hunting zone for the 2018 hunting season calling for the zone to open the third Saturday of October from the second Saturday of October. The GFP Commission also proposed to increase the daily bag limit of pintails from one to two. Proposed season dates include: •High Plains Zone: Oct. 13, 2018 - Jan. 17, 2019 •Low Plains North and Low Plains Middle Zone: Sept. 29 - Dec. 11, 2018 •Low Plains South Zone: Oct. 20, 2018 Jan. 1, 2019 In addition, the GFP Commission proposed no changes to the sandhill crane, snipe, tundra swan and youth waterfowl hunting seasons. With no proposed changes, these seasons will move forward under the same season structure as 2017. The GFP Commission will finalize this proposal Jan. 11-12, at the Pierre RedRossa Convention Center. To comment in person, the public hearing will be held Jan. 11 at 2 p.m. CST. Individuals can also provide written comments on Commission rule proposals by sending them to 523 E. Capitol Ave., Pierre, SD 57501, or via email to wildinfo@ state.sd.us. To be included in the public record and to be considered by the GFP Commission, comments must include a full name and city of residence and meet the submission deadline of 72 hours before the public hearing (not including the day of the public hearing) per HB 1006. 201 W Cherry • Vermillion 605.624.4429 Gov. Daugaard Approves FirstNet Opt-In For Elk Research Continues In Wind Cave National Park With South Dakota The Collaring Of 24 Animals WIND CAVE NATIONAL PARK, S.D. – Twenty-four elk in Wind Cave National Park were recently fitted with GPS (Global Positioning System) radio collars to help monitor elk inside the park for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). This study, led by a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientist, is evaluating whether it is possible to reduce the prevalence rate of CWD in the park’s elk herd by reducing herd density. Last year the park culled 262 elk from the herd. The recently installed collars will be used to help monitor elk movements and PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard has given approval for the establishment of a habitat use as part of this CWD study. public safety broadband network that will “We appreciate our partnership with the provide South Dakota’s first responders USGS and how they are helping us learn more with advanced communication technoloabout this disease,” said Park Superintendent gies. The new wireless broadband network Vidal Dávila. “These collars and the informa- will be built, operated and maintained by tion they provide will allow us to study the elk FirstNet using AT&T’s existing infrastructhat are living inside the park and learn more ture as a foundation. about their movements and habits.” “We deal with our fair share of severe The collars record the location of the elk weather and natural disasters in South every seven hours, and on a rotating basis, Dakota. Our first responders need to have several elk each day will have their locations access to communication technologies that recorded every 15 minutes. This is the secwork whenever and wherever needed,” Gov. ond year of this study. Restoring Balance To The Court System By Sen. Mike Rounds to text, structure, and history to decide In the United States, we expect our what a reasonable reader at the time of judicial system to treat all Americans the events in question would have underequally. After all, it is our judicial system stood the law to be – not to decide cases which we rely on to assure due process based on their own moral convictions of law. or the policy consequences they believe The federal courts play a critical role might serve society best.” in our constitutional system. Because of I agree with Justice Gorsuch that the this, it is important that federal judges role of a judge is to apply the law faithfaithfully apply the law as written. This fully and impartially, not to legislate from year, the Senate has been able to put the bench. It’s important that we cona number of highly-qualified judges on tinue confirming the dozens of pending the federal bench who are committed to nominations to keep the judicial system fulfilling that role. fully functioning. There are still more The process for filling vacant federal than 100 federal court vacancies across judgeships begins with a nomination by the country. I look forward to continuthe president. The nominee then must ing to do my part in putting fair-minded be confirmed by the Senate following judges on the bench who understand the a thorough vetting process. Confirmrole of the judiciary is to interpret the ing highly-qualified judges is one of law as written, not to make the law. the most important roles of the United States Senate. Because the federal judges hold lifetime appointments, it is 154.79+/- Acres-Yankton Co. 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With 20, 2018, as this land is subject to a lease agreement for President Trump in office, 2018 season, expiring March 1st, 2019. Sale subject to a we have been able to buyer premium and owner confirmation. Announcements change course and begin made day of sale take precedence over all written to balance out the courts material . with judges who interpret Legal: E2SW4 and W2SE4 Section 33-T96N-R55W, the law as it was written. Mayfield Twp, Yankton Co, SD. In 2017, we have appointed Land Location: From Yankton: 10 miles north on Hwy 12 highly-qualified circuit 81, 2.5 miles east on Hwy 46, the land is on the north court judges who are com- side of the road. From Irene: 9.5 miles west on Hwy 46, land is on the north side. mitted to this view of the law. Owner: Susan Connell Vondrak Last year, while he AdvantageLandCo.com 605.692.2525 was a circuit court judge, Supreme Court Justice Jackson Hegerfeld, LB, Auctioneer Megan Hammond, LB, Auctioneer Neil Gorsuch explained Charles Hegerfeld, Broker Assoc. that a good judge should Laura Hegerfeld, Broker Assoc. strive to “apply the law as 510 Main Ave Brookings, SD it is, focusing backward, E X P O S E Y O U R D I R T® not forward, and looking LAND AUCTION Daugaard said. “FirstNet will create a single, interoperable system across our state to aid first responders in protecting citizens.” FirstNet was established by Congress in 2012. The decision on opting in is left to each governor and states participate at no cost. Local entities will be able to choose whether or not to subscribe to the services. AT&T has yet to announce specific rates for those wanting to participate, but says that they will establish a highly competitive pricing structure for public safety entities. RESOLUTION AND ORDER TO REOPEN OR LOCATE A HIGHWAY PURSUANT TO SDCL 31-3-6 WHEREAS, a Petition for Reopening of Highway having been received from Wanda Numan and Matt Nieman by Fairview Township, Clay County, South Dakota, asking for reopening or locating of a section line of highways located on the Fairview Township, Clay County, South Dakota, hereinafter described. Further said Petition being in proper form and executed by more than the required number of electors of Fairview Township board, Clay County; and information having been received both in favor and in opposition to the proposed reopening or locating; and said Supervisors having considered said matter and being fully advised in the premises and determining the public’s interest will be better served by the proposed reopening or locating; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, AND IT IS HEREBY ORDERED: That existing right-of-way which includes the statutory right-of-way and any right-of-way acquired by deed(s) lying on the section line highways described as: BLOCK 26, AND LOTS 8, 9, 10, 12, AND 13 OF BLOCK 19 IN THE TOWN OF BURBANK, IN CLAY COUNTY AND STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, AND IT IS HEREBY ORDERED and the same hereby declared to be reopened or located; and further that a copy of this Resolution and Order to Reopen or Locate a Highway Pursuant to SDCL 31-3-6 be spread on the minutes of the Board; and it is further ORDERED that said Resolution and Order to Reopen or Locate a Highway Pursuant to SDCL 31-3-6 shall be published in the official newspaper of Fairview Township once each week for two (2) consecutive weeks; and it is further ORDERED that after such publication, such highway shall be, after lapse of thirty (30) days after the first publication thereof, reopened or located without further proceeding unless appealed as hereinafter provided; and it is further ORDERED that the Clerk herein is directed to cause to be recorded a true and correct copy of this Resolution and Order to Reopen or Locate a Highway Pursuant to SDCL 31-3-6 in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for Clay County, South Dakota. The above Motion was also made by Max Anderson, seconded by Supervisor Todd Mockler, and upon roll call, the vote was as follows: Supervisors: Max J. Anderson Todd R. Mockler Mike Seiner STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF CLAY 3 - Yes ___ - No ___ - Abstain ) : SS ) I, Keith Burkhart, being the duly elected, qualified and acting Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Fairview Township, Clay County, South Dakota, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Resolution and Order to Reopen or Locate a Highway Pursuant to SDCL 31-3-6 on the action thereon by the Board of Supervisors of Fairview Township, Clay County, South Dakota, at a special meeting of said Board, held on the 12th day of December, 2017, as the same appears and is now recorded in the minutes of the clerk of the Board of said Fairview Township and that the same is a true and correct transcript thereof. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand on this 14th day of December, 2017. Keith A. Burkhart Clerk Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of December, 2017. Prepared by: Craig K. Thompson Craig K. Thompson Law Office 109 Kidder Street, P.O. Box 295 Vermillion, SD 57069 (605) 624-2097 Craig@cktlaw.net Melvin Walz Notary Public, SD My commission expires: 10/4/20
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