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Broadcaster Press 7 February 20, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com Climate Outlook Shows Cold Conclusion To Winter 2018 BROOKINGS, S.D. - Colder than average has prevented the area from getting much temperatures are likely to carry through worse, but a lot of timely rains will be March 2018, according to the latest Naneeded this spring to provide substantial tional Oceanic Atmospheric Administration relief in the region." (NOAA) Climate Outlook released today, For the next three months, March Feb. 15, 2018. through May, wetter than average condi"The last two weeks of February will tions are also slightly favored over the likely be colder than average, and that patnorthern half of South Dakota. tern is likely to carry into March," explained Edwards explained that this is a critical Classifieds … Laura Edwards, SDSU Extension State 624-4429 period for pasture, range and forages. "This A sure bet! Call Climatologist. area was dry last year at this time, which Edwards added that the northwestern led into the Classifieds season,"severe drought during the grow… she said. states and Northern Plains are all favored ing A the winter 624-4429 season is projected to bring sure bet! to be colder than average to end The spring season. And, the winter drought of northern warmer temperatures as well, as colder South Dakota appears likely to linger a while temperatures recede to the northwest Classifieds … this time, South Dakota has longer. Through the end of February, a relastates. "At A the state. equal chances tively dry pattern will remain oversure bet! 624-4429 of warmer, colder and nearAs March approaches, the dismal snowpack average temperatures during the next three The Broadcaster is a concern. months," Edwards said. "After warm temperatures on Valentine's Classifieds However, for much of the state, as we en… Day melted much of the low snowpack, ter the 2018 growing season, Edwards said it A sure bet! appears that brown ground has emerged again," Edwards 624-4429 drought may hold its grip for a said. "Without good snow cover, it is a chalThe Broadcaster while into the spring. lenge to refill201 dry stock ponds, replen- SD "April and May will be more critical than the W. Cherry, Vermillion, ish soil moisture and provide moisture for in a typical year, as the soils have very little ecosystems and wildlife habitat." moisture in reserve due to the dry Classifieds last year," Edwards said. "On a fall sea… Looking ahead to the start of the 2018 son positive A sure bet! 624-4429 spring season, the NOAA Climate Outlook note, there seems to be low risk of spring also showed a slightly higher likelihood that flooding due to low snowpack and dry soils The Broadcasterin most of the state." western South Dakota could see some wetter conditions W. Cherry, Vermillion, SD southeast corner is in the best The 201 in March. "This would be great news for the condition, given near normal snowfall and drought-stricken area that is still carrying some soil moisture from last year's wet fall Classifieds … drought conditions from the last one to season. The Broadcaster 201 W. Cherry, Vermillion, SD A sure bet! snowfall two years," Edwards said. "Recent Call 624-4429 Classifieds … A sure bet! 624-4429 The Broadcaster 201 W. Cherry, Vermillion, SD Farm Food Safety Training Sioux Falls Feb. 24 BROOKINGS, S.D. - A training in farm food safety will be held in Sioux Falls, Feb. 24, 2018 for fruit and vegetable growers at the SDSU Extension Regional Center (2001 E 8th St.). Training begins at 8:30 a.m. and will run until 4 p.m. Preregister by Feb. 20, 2018, registration details below. "Much of the training will focus on creating farm food safety plans, focusing on potential food safety risks ranging from watering practices, animal contact, people, and equipment," said Rhoda Burrows, Professor & SDSU Extension Horticulture Specialist. Attendees will have the opportunity to map their own farm's features and assess their own operations for potential risks and scale-appropriate best practices. Both digital and hard-copy plan templates will be available; attendees may bring their laptops to input data directly or they can simply make notes on handouts. Topics covered will include the latest rules under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) and determining if or when those rules will apply to a given operation. The latest research-based recommendations for reducing risks from the field to the market will be presented, as well as information sources, templates, and other tools for optimizing production and post-harvest handling practices. Space is limited. The registration deadline is Feb. 20, 2018. The registration fee for this training is $25 and will cover materials, lunch and coffee breaks. The fee increases to $35 after deadline, and is subject to availability. Support from the South Dakota Department of Agriculture Specialty Crops Block Grant, and the United States Food and Drug Administration allows SDSU Extension to keep the cost for participants at a minimum. For registration information, go to the iGrow Events page or contact Burrows by email or 605.394.2236. New GFP Outdoors Mobile App Available PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is inviting hunters, anglers, campers and all other outdoor enthusiasts to update, download and explore its new mobile app. “The new mobile app features a digital backpack so users can customize it with favorite maps, licenses, handbooks and key dates,” stated Calley Worth, GFP digital content strategist. “The app provides the ability to view maps offline if the user is in an area with little to no cell phone service. This is one of the main features users asked for prior to developing the app. Users must download or sign into their account before heading out to the field to receive the most up-to-date information from these features. We also want residents and nonresidents to know that they can sign up for notifications regarding hunting season start and end dates and application opening and closing dates.” Reminders to App Users: •Allow the app to send or push notifications and also opt into allowing location access. These will be prompted upon opening the app. Accepting this feature will allow users the ability to use the GPS and key dates feature. •If users had the old version of the GFP Outdoors app on their phone, the new version will be available as an update in the App or Google Play Stores. •If users did not previously have the app, it is available by searching ‘GFP Outdoors’ in the App or Google Play Stores. “The mobile app is designed for Android systems 6 and up and iOS systems 10 and up.Users may need to update their software if they cannot download the app or if the app will not update to the newest version,” concluded Worth. Classifieds … A sure bet! Broadcaster 201 W. 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STEVENS TRANSPORT COVERS ALL COSTS! 1-877-2091309 drive4stevens.com SPECIALIST NEEDED Manager Trainee Great benefits and earning potential. Career opportunities available upon completion of training program. Bachelor’s degree in a business field preferred, but not required. Must be open to relocation. Add’l $2.50 per hour for weekend hours. Apply in person at: Menards 3210 Broadway Ave Yankton SD, 57078 Manitou Group PRODUCTION CONTROL PLANNER/LEAD YANKTON, SD JOB RESPONSIBILITIES The Production Control Planner/Lead will work with the corporate Master Scheduler to develop an aggregate production plan. The position is responsible for managing the production and inventory control functions of the assigned department(s). All activities pertaining to production planning, material planning, inventory planning and scheduling. Job Requirements: • Bachelor’s Degree in Business or related field with a focus in operations management. • APICS/CPM Certification (preferred) • 4+ years’ experience in production scheduling/master scheduling in site plant manufacturing environment. • Working knowledge of MS Office programs, ERP/MRP systems, and MS access programming is a plus. Access programming and IFS a plus. Manitou Group offers competitive wages and outstanding benefits including, 12 paid holidays, medical, dental, PTO, disability and a robust matching 401(k). If you are interested in joining our team, please submit your resume to: https://career5.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId= 34181&company=MANITOU&username Manitou Group Human Resources 900 Ferdig Street Yankton, SD 57078 Pre-employment drug screen is required. Manitou is an EOE. JOB FAIR More than just a job, it’s a one-of-a-kind experience. We accept both single & married applicants. Competitive pay & Full Benefits—Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Retirement. Generous time off for Breaks and Holidays! This scenic, resort town abounds in watersports, fishing & hunting. NOW HIRING Tuesday, February 27th 10:00AM-2:00PM 1st, 2nd & 3rd shift positions available starting wage $17.67/hour Must be able to perform a variety of semi-skilled and skilled work in the operation, servicing, and maintenance of equipment, and related work in the Water Treatment Plant and Water Distribution system nani Clay-Union Electric is seeking a highly motivated individual to deliver the cooperative message to its members, employees and the surrounding community. This individual must be able to demonstrate the four core values of Commitment to Community, Innovation, Integrity and Accountability. A few of the duties of this position would include creating the monthly newsletter and advertising along with promoting marketing programs to our members. There may be some travel involved, mostly local, when working with schools and/ or other organizations promoting safety and educational programs. Please go to our website for more duties and qualifications. www.clayunionelectric.coop Qualified candidates should complete an application from our website and send a cover letter with the application to clarson@clayunionelectric.coop by March 1st, 2018. seeks Houseparents for its residential program to create a family environment & care for children in campus homes. For more information visit www.vermillion.us/careers First review of applications on February 23rd 2018 • • • • • Assembly Tube Operators Paint Dept. Steel Prep Maintenance Apply On-Site At: 2204 West City Limits Rd., Yankton 605-689-2005 Equal Opportunity Employer Sometimes Ga 0 The enrerss n $50n Gre O Sign O e! s e Other Sid Th Bonu ? r a change e fo Isn’t it tim IS ht & Overnig Afternoon s Needed Position rs erato achine Op akers • M n e M • Tool & Di Mechanic Technicia l ntal & • Electrica Health, De Tell them you saw it in the Broadcaster! 624-4429 rance Vision Insu Days! 0 Starts In 3 Tell them you saw it in ldtheters) Fil Ba win known as (formerly Broadcaster! View all employment opportunities & qualifications at... 624-4429 www.parker.com Tell them you saw it in the Broadcaster! 201 W. Cherry • Vermillion, SD 624-4429 Full-Time Positions Available International Sales Coordinator Provide key support in development of sales proposals, order processing and equipment shipments to customers through all stages of the sales process with primary focus on international markets. Able to efficiently manage workload, work well under pressure, demonstrate strong oral and written communication skills and interact effectively with people from all countries and cultures. Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing or engineering/manufacturing/industrial technology or equivalent business experience preferred. Mechanical (or Structural) Design Engineer Design aggregate equipment. Design knowledge required using guidelines from latest AISC edition. Finite element analysis skills (Ansys Design Space for weldments or Digital Canal for truss analysis) plus Inventor or similar 3D CAD experience preferred. Four-year Mechanical or Structural degree required, experience preferred. Associates will be rewarded with attractive & competitive wage, medical/dental/vision/life/ disability benefits after 30 days, paid vacation after 6 months, and 10 paid holidays/year. Apply at: Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc. 700 W. 21st St., Yankton, SD 57078 personnel@kolbergpioneer.com www.kpijci.com EEO
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