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Broadcaster Press 9 May 8, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com Over-Width Planters And Fertilizer Application Vehicles Allowed Extended Travel Time PIERRE, S.D. – Due to cold weather that has caused a delayed planting season, Gov. Dennis Daugaard has signed an Executive Order to allow over-width planting, fertilizer and agricultural chemical application vehicles to travel during nighttime hours in South Dakota. Over-width vehicles are allowed to move on highways during daylight hours under the terms of an annual permit. The Executive Order provides permission to move permitted over-width planters and application vehicles not exceeding 12 feet wide during nighttime hours. The order expires May 31. Over-width vehicles must be equipped with flashing or rotating white or amber warning lights on each side of the load’s widest extremity. The warning lights must be clearly visible to motorists approaching from the front and rear. 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The volume contains two of Clark’s most popular poems, “Ridin’” and “A Cowboy’s Prayer.” Western photos from the South Dakota State Historical Society-Archives were used to illustrate the new edition of “Sun and Saddle Leather.” Financial support was provided by the South Dakota Arts Council and the Clarkson Family Foundation. “Cowboys said of Clark’s poems that ‘his words rang true.’ Clark’s tales of the open range and the West still ring true, 100 years after they were first published,” said foundation president Catherine Forsch. “The new edition continues efforts to keep Clark’s works in print.” The foundation is the nonprofit partner of the South Dakota State Historical Society and has headquarters with the society at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre. The foundation began overseeing the reprinting and distribution of work by Clark in 2015. Clark was born on Jan. 1, 1883, in Albia, Iowa. He and his family moved to Dakota Territory when he was three months old. After being diagnosed with tuberculosis at age 23, Clark went to Arizona and was hired on a cattle ranch near Tombstone. Clark put his feelings of enjoying the open range and his fascination with cowboys into poems, many of which he sent to his stepmother. She sent a poem called “Ridin’” to Pacific Monthly magazine, which paid $10 to Clark when it was published. Clark began sending poems to Pacific Monthly and other magazines on a regular basis. Clark’s stepmother is also said to have encouraged her stepson to write a poem reflecting the cowboy religion. The result was “A Cowboy’s Prayer.” Clark returned to the Black Hills in 1910. “Sun and Saddle Leather,” Clark’s first volume of poetry, was published in 1915. It was followed by “Grass Grown Tales.” The two volumes were subsequently gathered into one book under the title “Sun and Saddle Leather.” Clark was named South Dakota’s poet laureate in 1937, a title he held until his death 20 years later. “Sun and Saddle Leather” and other works by Clark are available from the foundation by calling 605-773-6346 or at the website www.sdhsf.org. May Has Been Declared National Military Appreciation Month PIERRE, S.D. – At the encouragement of the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs and the South Dakota Department of the Military, Gov. Dennis Daugaard has proclaimed May as “National Military Appreciation Month,” a time for all to honor, remember, recognize and appreciate those who have served in the past, those now serving, as well as their families. “The vigilance of the members of the Armed Forces has been instrumental to the preservation of freedom, security and prosperity enjoyed by the people of this great nation,” the Governor’s proclamation states. “The success of the Armed Forces depends on the dedicated service of its members and their families.” National Military Appreciation Month includes: Loyalty Day on May 1, Victory in Europe Day on May 8, Military Spouse Appreciation Day on May 11, Armed Forces Day on May 19 and Memorial Day on May 28. "Every American citizen is indebted to the women and men who have served this nation in uniform; earning and preserving the rights we take for granted every day," said Maj. Gen. Tim Reisch, Adjutant General of the South Dakota National Guard. "We also owe a debt of gratitude to our military family members, without whom that service would be impossible." The days provide an opportunity to honor, remember, recognize, and appreciate those who serve and have served. These men and women continue to play a major role in the development of our country; documented through a history of uncompromising honor, dedication to duty and genuine love of country. “Life is all about timing,” said Larry Zimmerman, Secretary of the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs. “The month of May is our time to recognize our military, veterans and their families. They are serving, have served, or stood beside those service members everyday of their career. Let’s remember these heroes every day for what they do, as service to this great country is a part of their daily lives.” South Dakota Celebrates National Travel And Tourism Week PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Department of Tourism is aligning with the U.S. Travel Association, South Dakota communities, chambers of commerce and convention and visitors bureaus to celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week, May 6-12. “Tourism in South Dakota has been positively impacting our state for generations,” said Gov. Dennis Daugaard. “From the first blasts on Mount Rushmore National Memorial that piqued visitors’ curiosity, to new attractions opening up all across the state every year, tourism is an economic driver in our state and we are proud to celebrate it with the tens of thousands of South Dakotans who are employed in the industry.” Nationwide, the tourism industry supports the livelihoods of more than 15.6 million Americans. Spending by travelers throughout the U.S. currently totals over $1 trillion annually. In South Dakota visitors spent $3.9 billion in 2017, which sustained a total of 53,984 jobs, or 8.9 percent of all jobs in the state. “This week is about celebrating the positive impact that tourism has on our state, our communities • Horse Arenas and our families. It’s also a time to put a spotlight • Private & Commerical on the thousands of South Drives Dakotans who work in the • Unpaved Roads tourism industry and provide the friendly, world-class • Grain Elevator Access hospitality that we have • Free Estimates become famous for,” said Don’s Dust Control James Hagen, Secretary of the Department of Tourism. National Travel and Tourism Week is in its 35th year and is an annual acknowledgment of the impact of travel on states, regions, cities and the entire United States. During the first full week in May each year, communities nationwide unite to showcase the impact of travel. 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