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Broadcaster Press 9 February 20, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com Outdoor Recreation Projects Funded PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard has awarded a total of $424,862 in Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grants to several communities. The federal assistance program provides up to 50 percent reimbursement for outdoor recreation projects. The following communities were awarded LWCF grants for outdoor recreation projects: •Aberdeen – Wylie Park Land of Oz playground development, $50,000 •Blunt – City Park playground equipment replacement, $38,383 •Box Elder – Community Park playground equipment replacement, $70,000 •Colton –Redway Park playground equipment replacement, $15,935 •Doland – City Park splash pad development, $59,120 •Freeman – Lions Park playground equipment replacement, $30,000 •Herried – Karl Deibert Park playground equipment replacement, $54,408 •Sisseton – development of 2 baseball fields, $75,000 •Tabor – Takota Park playground equipment replacement, $20,000 •Viborg – Glood Park playground equipment replacement, $12,016 “I commend these project sponsors for their strong commitment to improve their communities and make South Dakota a better place to live, work and play,” Gov. Daugaard said. “Their efforts will benefit future generations of South Dakotans.” Land and Water Conservation Funds come from the National Park Service and are administered in South Dakota by the state Department of Game, Fish and Parks. For more information on the LWCF program, contact grants coordinator Randy Kittle at 605.773.5490 or randy. kittle@state.sd.us. State Treasurer To Attend Sioux Empire Home Show Why Advertise When Business Is Slow... • No matter how thin the market of potential prospects is... you need your share. • When buyers spend less money... they are even more particular where they spend it. • Most small businesses are expected to cut back, but not all of them will. • Somebody WILL BUY SOMETHING... shouldn’t it be from you? • Advertising is one of the few things a business owner can control. • Companies that grow - advertise consistently. • Advertising augments your sales efforts. • One out of every five families move each year. • Studies show that when the market gets stronger, companies which advertise throughout the recession will immediately gain a larger share of the business. 201 W Cherry St Vermillion 624-4429 www.broadcasteronline.com bp Since 1934 Check Out The Broadcaster Help Wanted Section! 201 W Cherry Vermillion 624-4429 MECKLING TOWNSHIP ANNUAL MEETING Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 7pm at Township Hall. Agenda items: Election of supervisor, treasurer and clerk; review of proposed budget and opening of bids. Alternate date is Tuesday, March 13, 2018. Jane Larson, Township Clerk Broadcaster Press NOTICE Press bp Broadcaster State Treasurer Rich Sattgast encourages attendees at The annual meeting of Norway Township will be this year’s Sioux Empire Home Show in Sioux Falls February 23-25, 2018 to visit his staff for possible lost money that may on Tuesday March 6, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. at the Clay County Highway Department on Timber Rd. Bids for be owed to them. The State Treasurer will have a booth blading, gravel, snow removal and mowing will be where the public can search the Unclaimed Property database. The database contains records of millions of dollars opened at that time. Send bids to: Jim Lee, Clerk, held by the State Treasurer and waiting to be reclaimed by Norway Township, 31640 Meckling Rd., Vermillion, their rightful owners. SD 57069. No later than Friday, March 2, 2018. Unclaimed property refers to accounts in financial Jim Lee, Clerk institutions and companies that have had no activity or contact with the owner for a year or longer and can include savings or checking accounts, uncashed payroll checks, refunds, security deposits, stocks and life insurance policies. The state holds the money in a custodial capacity until the money can be reWITH THE turned to the rightful owners. Currently, the Unclaimed Property Division is holding over $432 million in unclaimed funds. The State Treasurer has returned over $16 million to the rightful owners since the beginning of the current fiscal year in July. "The goal is to put money back into the hands of South Dakotans,” Treasurer Rich Sattgast said. “That money ultimately makes its way into our economy which is good for our state.” Specialists in the Unclaimed Property Division Raise your expectations. of the Treasurer’s Office will be available during the Sioux Empire Home Show. Residents who are unable to attend the event can search 101 W Main St | 605.624.4461 | CorTrustBank.com the database online at http:// www.sdtreasurer.gov/ Since 1934 WORK Decision Makers ID 405612 Find the right job for you! Stories you missed this week because you’re not a Plain Talk subscriber Story and photos from the annual American Cancer Society Relay for Life held Sunday afternoon, Feb. 11, in the DakotaDome. A report that shares information about the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. Volunteers will be present at certain days and times throughout February and March at the Edith B. Siegrist Vermillion Public Library to offer tax assistance. News that visitation is being limited at Sanford Vermillion Medical Center, its care center and Dakota Gardens because of the flu. And if you want to see: A report from the District 17 Legislative Cracker Barrel meeting, held Saturday, Feb. 17 in the city council meeting chambers of Vermillion City Hall. A report on the Vermillion School District’s Family And Medical Leave Act and Open Enrollment policies, which received final approval from the Vermillion School Board Feb. 12. Coverage of the Vermillion City Council’s regular meeting in city hall Feb. 20. Pick up this Friday’s Plain Talk! Local news since 1884! Here for you yesterday, today and tomorrow. 201 W. Cherry, Vermillion, SD 57069 605-624-2695
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