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8 Broadcaster Press January 9, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com Public Comment Notice For Renewal Rounds Accepting Summer 2018 Internship Applications Of Home & Community-Based Services PIERRE– U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) today announced that he is currently accepting internship applications for summer 2018. The deadline to apply for internships in his Washington, D.C., Pierre, Rapid City and Sioux Falls offices is Feb. 15, 2018. College credit is available. Duties in the Washington, D.C., office may include tracking legislation, researching bills, attending committee hearings and briefings, leading tours of the U.S. Capitol, handling constituent phone calls, sorting mail and providing legislative support. Duties in the South Dakota offices include researching constituent inquiries and requests, participation in outreach activities, assisting staff on special projects, handling phone calls and constituent requests and sorting mail. In all offices, students will work closely with constituents and staff, polish their research and writing skills and gain an in-depth understanding of a Senate office. Interested college students should complete the online internship application and submit a resume no later than Feb. 15, 2018. Resumes should be submitted to intern coordinator Rebecca Herman at rebecca_herman@rounds.senate.gov. Information about the internship program, along with the application, can be found online at www. rounds.senate.gov/internships. Additional questions can be directed to Rebecca Herman at (605) 224-1450. Large Late Model Farm Equipment Wednesday, January 17th • 10:30am Located: 45030 294th Street, Irene SD. 3 miles North, 1 3/4-miles West of Irene, SD OR from Viborg: 4 miles West, 3 miles South, 1 3/4-miles West. TRACTORS – COMBINE: 2002 CaseIH Steiger STX 375 Quad-Trac, deluxe cab, bareback, 3,840hrs, S# JEE0098587; 2001 CaseIH Mx240 FWA, duals all around, 480/80R46 rears, 380/85R34 fronts, 3 remotes, 4700 hrs; 2008 CaseIH 140 Puma FWA, 3-hyd, 550hrs, 18.4x42R rears, 380-85R30 frts, w/ 2008 Miller GP25 plate greaseless loader w/grapple; bale spear sold separate; CaseIH 5140, 3 remotes, 5840 hrs, S# JJF1006370; 2006-08 CaseIH 2588 Combine, tracker system, Lincoln quick lube system, Pro 600 monitor, 1623 separator hrs, 2090 engine hrs, S# HAJ301074; 2010 CaseIH Macdon #2162 35’ draper head, single point, w/ adapter, sold complete with EZ Trail 880 head trlr; CaseIH 2412 corn head, 12R20, w/ adapter head, Calmer snapping rollers (used 2 yrs); CaseIH 800 corn head converted to 20” 12R20, poly snoots; PK 25ft tandem head trlr; EQUIPMENT: 2009 C-IH 1240 Planter, 24r20” turntable early riser w/ insect & trash whippers & 700 monitor, SN# Y95007444; Sold separate: Evio Pro Monitor GPS w/ switch pro; RKD monitor on lock for EZ steer system; 2014 C-IH RB565 Premium round baler, 1000 PTO, net wrap, baled approx. 600 bales-nice; C-IH Tiger Mate 200 44’ field cult w/ rolling baskets; C-IH RMX340 rock flex disc, 3-bar harrow, new frt blades 1-yr ago; Mandako 42’ land roller; NH H7450 disc bine; H&S V10 wheel rake-like new; AOS bulk seed buggy- 2 compartment; Mayrath 10x62 auger w/ swing hopper; Kilbros 1800 grain cart, roll tarp, 1000bu, big 1000 pto; Fair Mfg Snow Crete 848A snow blower-used once; Batco 1335 35’ seed conveyor; 3pt pasture sprayer; Dan Hauser post hole digger 9” & 12” bits; 30ft bin sweep-new; SEMI-TRACTOR – TRAILER – PICKUP: 2006 Freightliner Columbia, 141 Detroit, 10 spd auto, smart shift, new EMC, new water pump, shift rail, 22.5 rubber, 600K miles; 2015 36’ Dakota grain trailer w/ elec roll tarp; 1999 Ford F-350 ext cab, 7.3, 4x4, 5spd, steel flatbed, 133K miles; SKID LOADER ATTACHMENTS: 10ft MDS snow pusher; MDS rock badger; Koyker tree/post puller; Bobcat post hole digger; FUEL TRAILER & TANKS: Thunder Creek 750gal fuel trailer w/ def, air compressor & hose reel; 4,000 gal fuel tank; 1,000 gal fuel tank; 500 gal fuel tank w/ elec pump; TOOLS – MISC – LIVESTOCK: Shop Outfitters iron bender; iron roller; Thermal Dynamics Cut Master 75 plasma cutter; Miller Matic 210 welder; Blue Star Miller welder; Ramco band saw; DeWalt chop saw; sev tool boxes including Snap On and Craftsman; air jack; 4 sets of pallet racking; oil totes w/ stand; Generac XP8000E generator; Ariens WB weed eater; Stihl MS250 and 034AV chain saws; misc garden tools; battery chargers; grinder & stand; Pace transfer pump; welding table; LB White heater; lg assortment of new welding iron; ATV sprayers; material rollers; C-H upright air compressor; elec job panel; heavy racking; trailer load of misc shop tools; Common Sense hyd wire winder – new; 3pt trailer hitch; 16” & 18” pickup rims; sev quick hitches; water tanks; 2 – new Colbert waterers; 12ft sucker rod; sev 8ft tall gates; drainage pipe; elec fencers; dog kennel; approx. 30 cement culverts; assortment of household items including hutch, couch, chair, antique wardrobe and books; several items too numerous to mention PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Department of Human Services Division of Developmental Disabilities is seeking public comment on revisions to the Community Hope Opportunity Independent Careers Empowerment Success (CHOICES) Medicaid waiver program. Revisions to the CHOICES program include: •Updates to residential, employment and case management services; •Revisions to participant assessment and stakeholder engagement processes; and •Performance measures updates. The public comment period opens Jan. 8 and ends on Feb. 7, 2018. Comments can be emailed to Colin. Hutchison@state.sd.us or submitted by phone at 605-773-3438. For more information, please visit http:// dhs.sd.gov/developmentaldisabilities/default.aspx. The CHOICES waiver delivers home and community-based services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through Community Support Providers and Conflict-Free Case Managers. Middle School Math Teacher In Harrisburg Receives $25,000 Milken Educator Award Carla Diede, a National Board Certified math teacher at Harrisburg South Middle School, is South Dakota’s newest recipient of a $25,000 award that Teacher magazine calls the “Oscar of Teaching.” State Education Secretary Don Kirkegaard and Greg Gallagher, senior program administrator for the Milken Educator Awards, surprised Diede with a Milken Educator Award during a school assembly this morning. “The Harrisburg School District has been a leader in the personalized learning approach, and it takes great teachers like Carla Diede to make that happen,” said Secretary of Education Don Kirkegaard. “Carla epitomizes what it means to personalize instruction for, and make strong connections with, students.” Diede helps lead Harrisburg South Middle School’s personalized learning initiative, which is now in its second year and includes 6th and 7th grade students. She also teaches 8th grade math. Colleagues speak highly of Diede’s ability to balance a wide variety of duties. She spends mornings as a personalized learning coach to students and teachers and teaches math classes in the afternoon. She also serves as a liaison to parents of incom- ing middle school students, helping them understand the options available to their children. “Carla just does whatever it takes,” said Harrisburg South Middle School Principal Darren Ellwein. “I’ve worked with her for a number of years, and she has always gone above and beyond for students. She’s passionate about her subject matter and finding the most effective ways to use technology to enhance instruction. She is integral in our personalized learning track for our school and district. She leads professional development and supports all our teachers. I’m thrilled to see her recognized with this award.” Diede has a Bachelor of Science in mathematics with an education specialization from South Dakota State University and a master’s from Southwest Minnesota State University. The Milken Educator Awards program was created by the Milken Family Foundation. The prestigious honor will be presented at up to 44 schools during the 2017-18 school year. More than $138 million in funding, including $68 million in individual $25,000 awards, has been devoted to the program, which includes professional development opportunities throughout recipients’ careers. Since South 154.79+/- Acres-Yankton Co. SD Dakota joined the Milken Educator Awards program in Thursday, January 18th at 11:00am 2002, a total of $500,000 has Auction Location: Elks Lodge, Yankton, SD been awarded to 20 South Dakota recipients. ROW CROP FARMERS I INVESTORS Candidates for the Milken This fertile land boasts stability & strength with over 142 Educator Awards are selected acres of Class II dirt ranked at an 82% and higher. The majority soil is Class II clay ranked at an 88%! This farm based on the following crioffers 151.44 crop land acres and is currently enrolled in teria: ARC-CO with 151.40 base acres. This parcel is a square • Exceptional educational piece of land, with two tree wooded draws for water flow talent, as evidenced by effecand to hold wildlife. Bravely, invest in your future! tive instructional practices Partial Terms: Buyer credit of $37,500 at closing. and student learning results Closing and landlord possession will be on or before Feb in the classroom and school 20, 2018, as this land is subject to a lease agreement for • Exemplary educational 2018 season, expiring March 1st, 2019. Sale subject to a accomplishments beyond buyer premium and owner confirmation. Announcements the classroom that provide made day of sale take precedence over all written models of excellence for the material . profession Legal: E2SW4 and W2SE4 Section 33-T96N-R55W, • Individuals whose Mayfield Twp, Yankton Co, SD. contributions to education Land Location: From Yankton: 10 miles north on Hwy are largely unheralded yet 81, 2.5 miles east on Hwy 46, the land is on the north worthy of the spotlight side of the road. From Irene: 9.5 miles west on Hwy 46, • Early- to mid-career eduland is on the north side. cators who offer strong, longrange potential for profesOwner: Susan Connell Vondrak AdvantageLandCo.com 605.692.2525 sional and policy leadership • Engaging and inspiring Jackson Hegerfeld, LB, Auctioneer presence that motivates and Megan Hammond, LB, Auctioneer impacts students, colleagues Charles Hegerfeld, Broker Assoc. and the community Laura Hegerfeld, Broker Assoc. To learn more about the 510 Main Ave Brookings, SD Milken Educator Award, visit E X P O S E Y O U R D I R T® www.milkeneducatorawards. org. LAND AUCTION Online Only Auction Furniture, Lamps, Signs, Adv. items, Stoneware, European items, China, Glassware, And much more closes January 27, 2018 starting at 10:00 A.M. As Sheridan and Gail are retiring and closing Cottage Antiques they are offering at Public Auction some very nice antiques in excellent condition – check out the catalog at zomerbid.com and start bidding!! Consigned by Warren Broderson: Fiat Allis 645B payloader – runs good; 1965 Ford gravel truck- not running; Pallado 6ft 3pt roto tiller; Bidding will close on January 27, 2018 with the Some of these items will be available for onlinecreated this GirardAuction.com for bidding, see PDF from an application that is not licensed to print to novaPDF printer (http://www.novapdf.com) first 10 lots starting at 10:00 A.M You pictures & details. All items must be removed by Feb 1, 2018. Most of this equipment is in excellent condition and is field ready. Lunch on grounds by Zippy’s. Terms: Cash, Good Check, Visa, MasterCard. SD Sales tax applies. 5% buyer’s Premium on Internet Purchases. PHILLIP & KRISTI BRODERSON, OWNERS Questions, Please call Phil at (605) 660-3524; after 7pm only Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com Marv Girard, BA; Ken Girard, CAI, AARE Broker; Mike Girard, CAI, BA; Scott Moore, BA Open house will be held on January 16, 2018 from 5:00 P.M. To 7:00 P.M. At 200 N 3rd St Beresford SD Pickup will be held on Monday January 29, 2018 from 5:00 P.m. To 7:00 P.M. At 200 N 3rd St Beresford SD Cottage Antiques– Sheridan and Gail Swee owners Auctioneers Mark Zomer-712-470-2526 Blake Zomer 712-460-2552
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