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8 Broadcaster Press April 10, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com A Race We Can And Should Win By Sen. John Thune The United States has experienced numerous technological revolutions throughout its relatively short history that have been so monumental that life as Americans knew it would never be the same. Henry Ford made automobiles and the assembly line a reality. Scientists helped American astronauts take “one giant leap for mankind.” And U.S. innovators and academics played a pivotal role in making the internet as integral to our day-to-day lives as it is today. It was Americans’ desire to ask “what’s next?” that led to each of these technological revolutions in the past, and it’s already leading to those of the future. An easy example of this is the evolution in how we’ve consumed media over the last century and the technology that has allowed us to do it. We had books and newspapers, then radio and television, then color television, then VHS and VCRs, then DVDs and Blu-ray, and now with a few quick clicks, you can watch a movie from a wireless tablet on a chair in your backyard or on an internet-connected airplane at 30,000 feet. When it comes to mobile broadband technology, in particular, of which media consumption is only one small part, I believe American innovators and entrepreneurs are at the doorstep of another “what’s next?” moment. I’m hopeful that lawmakers in Washington can help these new American pioneers cross the finish line faster and more efficiently, because if we don’t win this OACOMA, S.D. – Leaders of public, private, and tribal race, another country will. colleges and universities, technical institutes, and state In early 2016, I introeducation and labor agencies will meet Tuesday in Oacoma duced the Making Opto discuss strategies to advance South Dakota’s educational portunities for Broadband attainment. Investment and Limiting Multiple agencies and institutions have signed on to a Excessive and Needless statewide attainment goal of 65 percent of South Dakota citiObstacles to Wireless (MO- zens, ages 25 to 34, holding some type of postsecondary creBILE NOW) Act, bipartisan dential by 2025. The goal addresses a full range of educational attainment from technical certificates and apprenticeships to legislation that would lay graduate degrees. critical groundwork for the associate, bachelor, andall the stakeholders engaged in this “It is important that next generation in wireless work come together to discuss policies and practices for broadband technology. At meeting a statewide attainment goal,” said Mike Rush, executhe time, I said the MOBILE tive director and CEO of the South Dakota Board of Regents. “All of us have set our sights on a goal to educate more South NOW Act would be our Dakotans to higher levels for a knowledge- and service-based passport to a 5G future of gigabit wireless connectiv- economy.” Invited to the April 10 convening at Arrowwood Resort at ity, and I believe it now Cedar Shore are presidents and key personnel from public more than ever. universities, technical institutes, private and tribal instituWhile the Senate Comtions; representatives from the Board of Regents and Board merce Committee, which I of Technical Education; tribal higher education department chair, easily approved this leads; and staff from the South Dakota departments of Education and Labor & Regulation. common-sense legislaSessions will focus on efforts to increase postsecondary tion a few months later, it access, engage adults who are ready for higher education, unfortunately didn’t make provide credit for apprenticeship and life experiences, and it to the Senate floor before other strategies that will contribute to the state’s 65 percent the end of the year. We attainment goal. The convening begins at 9:30 a.m. (CDT) April 10. Presentwere close, though, which ers include higher education and workforce development is why I reintroduced the experts representing the Georgetown Center on Education bill on the very first day and the Workforce, Indiana Commission for Higher Education, of the 115th Congress in South Dakota Board of Regents, and the Lumina Foundation. 2017. Our hard work and persistence paid off. The committee passed it again, and, as part of a larger legislative package, so did 12:00 April 15th, 2018 the full House and Senate. National Guard Armory, 603 Princeton • Vermillion, SD Our multi-year effort culminated with the president Coins, guns, Salt and Pepper collection, antiques and household. recently signing it into law. Auctioneer notes: For picture and more go to Dakotarealty.com. Now that it’s the law Guns: Olympic arms 223 w/thirty round clip and bull barrel, 12 ga. double barrel of the land, I hope we can shot gun w/ double hammers, 4-10 bolt action, 12 ga. single shot , 4-10 ga. move quickly to cut unnecsingle shot. essary and overly burdenJim Abbott: specialty bike, antique pure lard tin can, 4 rod iron sitting chairs, sm. Children’s desk, assortment of lamps, marble top plant stand, wall hanging some red tape so U.S. mirror, TV tray table, 6 antique chairs, lg. wall hanging mirror, 4 antique wooden innovators can continue table, queen size bed, end tables, antique oak desk, wooden rocking chair, sharp to move the ball down the TV, weight bench, exercise bike, treadmill, 4 drawer filing cabinet, Emerson TV, library field. By deploying newer, book table, lg. pine TV stand, drop leaf table, round table, marble top table, bike modernized infrastructure, racks, antique dresser, regulator clock, old slot machine, many misc. tables, buffet like small cell technology, hutch. and making more of it Peterson: new bathroom rugs/towels, paper napkins, sm. Fan, kitchen items, various Christmas items/décor(some vintage), new Mr. Coffee, silverware, 2 pc. available for broadband, Leather luggage, various Avon products, new Bissel sweeper, new raise toilet seat, including inefficiently used antique water glasses, bed sheets/pillow cases, vintage salad bowl/glassware, air government spectrum, purifier, humidifier, sm. Bissel vacuum cleaner, DVD’s, CD’s, books/cookbooks, the airwaves over which like new microwave cabinet, kitchen cabinet on wheels, dishes, vintage Carnaval mobile communications glassware, cast iron pots/pans, griddle, paper shredder, China, microwave, futon travel, we can achieve (green/blue), cat lovers items, wood file cabinet, boxed collectables, antique dining room table w/3 leaves, table cloths, new ladies clothes, colander, Pyrex dishes, these goals. steel shelving, lg. wood closet w/double doors, vintage table lamp, nice new Lazy My hope is that as this Boy hid-a-bed, Precious Moments collectables, antique Picture Perfect camera/ new technological revoChristmas Collectables, steel TV stand, classic stereo w/tuner, turntable and 8 lution continues to take track player. shape, states like South Da- Marlon & Mary Jo Smith: end tables, brown recliner, lamps, 3-desks safe, kota can play a leading role hide-a-bed, filing cabinets, office chair, treadmill, TV stand, sitting chair, VCR, misc. in making it a reality. Some household goods/Knick knacks, Murry 42” riding mower w/bagger, Keys 5 H.P. power rake, Troy Bilt 8 H.P. tiller 22 in., Stihl SF 45 weed eater, yard & garden tools, might say, “why South DaCamo 12 place setting silverware set, rose point pattern. kota?” And to them, I say, Guest: King size bed w/matching dresser and nightstand (great shape) why not? It’s within reach. Guest: Maytag washer/dryer, Werner ladder, Craftsman 24” snow blower w/electric Higher Education Leaders Pursue 65 Percent Goal SPRING AUCTION start, patio table w/six chairs, brand new Brinkman gas grill. Jeannie Roberts: NordicTrack treadmill, hide-a-bed couch, Terry Redlin prints, curio cabinet, oak end tables, sofa table all match, Lazy Boy recliner, round kitchen table w/4 chairs, leaf, Richard Petty collection of pictures, lighted Curio center, TV stand, lamps, bathroom cupboard, couch w/matching love seat, maroon Lazy Boy rocker recliner, oil paintings from Germany(4 seasons), Dining room set w/4 chairs and hutch, 4 drawer dresser, 5 oak chairs, 3-grandmother clocks, single bed, kitchen table w/4 chairs, lg. assortment of pictures, patio set, china set, dishes. Guest: Accumulation of collections for last 70 years, vintage furniture, salt and pepers, tools, neon beer light, desk, books, floor lamps, table lamps, vacuum, glassware, recliner, magazines, old papers, cook books, pet carriers and shelves. John Gille: 400-500 Salt and Pepper shakers. Collected from 1956-1978 from across the US. Glass and wood display cases, books describing collectible Salt and Pepper shakers, Very unique and olds ones.Guest: Antique farm tools, Tasers, farm tools, Budweiser steins, toys, small household stuff. 201 W. Cherry, Vermillion 605-624-4429 www.broadcasteronline.com Gary Madsen 605-638-0643 Hazen Bye 605-670-0422 Jim Brady 605-670-9638 When It comes to RESULTS There is no Equal The Broadcaster 624-4429 201 W Cherry • Vermillion GOEKEN CATTLE 37th ANNUAL BULL SALE Monay, April 23, 2018 • 1:00PM Stockmen’s Livestock Auction • E. Hwy. 50, Yankton, SD Selling 70 Bulls Simmental • Simm-Angus • Purebred Angus Online bidding available with LMA Auctions • Register to Bid www.stockmenslivestock.com • 1-605-665-9641 3/4 SIM 1/2 SIM 1103 • ES Buckshot x Yardley High Regard 1/2 SIM 4171 • JMG Blue Print x KECH/4E Bank Roll PB ANG 518 • CCR Santa Fe x W/C No Remorse Many Outstanding Calving Ease Bulls Will Sell PB ANG 1199 • RCL Balboa 3062 x JMG Hat Trick 7141 5120 • SAV Final Answer x Ellingson Plateau Sires: SAV Final Answer, EF Commando , Musgrave Aviator, Musgrave Sky High, RCL Balboa 3062, RCL Brilliance 4962, Mohnen South Dakota,CCR Santa Fe, CCR Cowboy Cut, CCR Spartan, BCLR Cash Flow, ES Buckshot BT51-2, JMG Blue Print, W/C Lock Down, Hooks Broadway, TKCC Carver John and Susan Goeken Family 30139 435th Ave • Utica, SD 57067 (605) 364-7432 Nathan (605) 660-9626 Adam (605) 760-6040 Aaron (605) 660-4301 www.showsteers.com/goekencattle Email: goekencattle@goldenwest.net Bulls can be viewed ANYTIME at the ranch 2½ miles North of Utica, SD 376.57 ACRES OF NORWAY TOWNSHIP CLAY COUNTY TILLABLE LAND!! AT AUCTION To settle the Eileen R. Johnson Estate, we will offer the following land at public auction in the National Guard Armory in Vermillion, SD located ½ block south of Tractor Supply Co. on: WEDNESDAY APRIL 25TH 10:30 AM Wow! Is the best way to describe this farm. 376.57 acres of, all contiguous, tillable land located just south of Hwy 50, with highway frontage on Tract 1. This farm runs a mile and a half long with a good solid county road on the eastern border. This would make an amazing farm unit for producers and investors alike! Property Location: From Vermillion, SD go 4 miles west on SD Hwy 50, then south on 459th Ave. TRACT #1 – 139.93 ACRES This tracts consists 139.93 +/- acres of high quality farm land. According to the FSA maps, this tract is all tillable less the RROW. The soil type is Luton silty loams, which carries a productivity index of 60. The 2017 RE taxes are $3,636.18 LEGAL: The NE4 (less Johnson’s Tract 1, Lot H2, and the portion of the NE4 NE4 north of the railroad) all in Section 6-92-52, Clay County, SD. TRACT #2 – 118.46 ACRES This tracts consists 118.46 +/- acres of high quality farm land. According to the FSA maps, this tract is all tillable less the RROW. The soil types are Forney silty clay, Luton silty loams, Albaton silty clay, and Lakeport silty clay loams. These soils carry a productivity index of 67.4. The 2017 RE taxes are $3,508.60 LEGAL: The E2 SE4 & NW4 SE4 in Section 6-92-52, Clay County, SD. TRACT #3 – 118.18 ACRES This tracts consists 118.18 +/- acres of high quality farm land. According to the FSA maps, this tract is all tillable less the RROW. The soil types are Albaton silty clay, Owego silty clay, and Forney silty clay. These soils carry a productivity index of 67. The 2017 RE taxes are $3,535.88 LEGAL: The E2 NE4 & SW4 NE4 in Section 7-92-52, Clay County, SD. TRACT #4 – 376.57 ACRES This is the Combination of Tracts 1, 2, & 3. This is an all contiguous tract of 376.57 acres which is very hard to find! An excellent opportunity for any farmer or investor. TERMS: Cash Sale with a 10% non-refundable down payment on sale day and the balance on or before June 15, 2018. A personal representative’s deed will be provided. Title insurance will be utilized with the cost of Owner’s Policy split 50/50 between buyer and seller. New buyer will receive landlord’s possession for the 2018 crop year along with all the rent due in 2018. Seller will pay the 2017 RE taxes due in 2018. New buyer will assume all the 2018 taxes due in 2019. Closings to be held at Clay County Abstract with closing fee split 50/50 between the buyer and seller. Sold subject to the personal representative’s confirmation and any easement of record. Property is subject to survey if sold in separate tracts. Dakota Realty & Wieman Land & Auction Co., Inc. are representing the sellers in this transaction. If a land purchase is in your plans – please check out these great tracts. We invite you to view this parcel of land at your convenience. For an information packet, go to www. wiemanauction.com or www.dakotarealty.com Contact Hazen Bye 605-670-0422 or Ryan Wieman 605-366-3369 for more details. Auction will be held in the National Guard Armory in Vermillion, SD. Come prepared to buy! EILEEN R. JOHNSON ESTATE Robin Iverson - PR Wieman Land & Auction Co., Inc. Dakota Realty Marion SD Vermillion, SD 605-648-3111 605-624-4474 www.wiemanauction.com www.dakotarealty.com Attorney for Estate Craig K. Thompson 605-624-2097 Vermillion, SD
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