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Broadcaster Press 5 May 22, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com 1870 Ag Equipment Strip till: Custom coulter design. Any row machines. 1015hp per row. Tills 7” wide, 24”deep at 6-9mph. 308-5500370. 1875 Livestock - Poultry 2 Year old Virgin Angus Bulls grandson of Traveler 124 & grandsons of Rido 7075. Call Bierema Angus 605-661-5624. 6 Cow/calf pairs for sale with February calves at side. Call 605-660-7673. Brown Laying Hens $1/each. Taking order May 25-June 10. Pickup at 80407 Fish Creek Ave., Scotia, 308-245-3297 or 308-223-0082. For Sale by private treaty registered Black Angus 2-year-old and yearling bulls from AI. Bred for performance, calving ease, maternal traits and docility. Call John Schieffer 605661-8531 or Marnie Schieffer 605-661-8526. Poppe Bulls for Sale at Horseshoe Hill Ranch. Featuring, HHR Ten Speed E030; CED +10, BW +1.5, WW +79, YW +147, $B +174.82. To see this bull and more Angus & Sim Angus Bulls, go to poppebulls.com Jays Cell, 402-640-9031 1895 Utility – Livestock Trailer Hail Sale: Triton 2-place snowmobile trailers, H&H Cargo trailers & CM Horse & Livestock trailers! Prices listed at www.FortDodgeTrailerWorld.com; 6'X12' V-nose, ramp door $2,850.00; Lamar 500 gallon fuel trailer; Skidloader trailer SPECIALS! 12 Models of DUMP trailers! 515-972-4554 (MCN) Pierre Soldiers To Return Home From Deployment PIERRE, S.D. - A welcome home ceremony for 15 Soldiers with the South Dakota Army National Guard's 200th Engineer Company is scheduled for Saturday, May 19, at 5 p.m. at the T.F Riggs High School Theater in Pierre. The public is encouraged to attend the event as members with the Pierre, Chamberlain and Mobridge-based unit return from a nine month deployment to Syria. Planned speakers for the ceremony include Gov. Dennis Daugaard, Pierre Mayor Steve Harding and Maj. Gen. Tim Reisch, SDNG adjutant general. While deployed, the 200th Soldiers deployed as a bridge training team, where they emplaced and repaired bridges throughout the region to ensure freedom of movement for U.S. military and coalition forces. The Soldiers returned stateside to Fort Bliss, Texas, May 11, where they have been completing demobilization requirements before to returning back to South Dakota. Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States, this is the third deployment for the 200th, which deployed forces to Iraq in 2003-2004 and Afghanistan in 2011-2012. New Plan Aims To Reverse Monarch Butterfly Decline The Midwest Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (MAFWA) welcomes public comments through May 31 on a draft conservation plan that provides a blueprint for reversing the decline of the eastern monarch butterfly population. The draft plan, called the Mid-America Monarch Conservation Strategy, builds on existing efforts of state, federal, and local agencies and private organizations and individuals. It covers a 16-state region stretching from Texas to the Upper Midwest that encompasses the primary production and migratory habitat areas for eastern monarchs (see map). Other eastern monarch states are also collaborating with the plan. The draft plan identifies conservation goals and strategies for improving habitats in various sectors or categories of land use such as natural areas, agricultural lands, urban lands, and rights of way. State wildlife agencies and partners will be working to add milkweed plants where lacking and to ensure diverse, nectar-plant-rich landscapes with blooming species during seasons when monarchs are present. “In addition to their beauty, pollinators such as butterflies, bees, and other species provide important pollination services critical to our food supplies and economies,” said Terry Steinwand, MAFWA President. “This is the first phase of a long-term strategy that will require increased commitment of people Plan On Safety While You Plant Your Seeds Spring planting is upon us and your local Touchstone Energy® Cooperative would like to remind local farmers to stay safe this season. Overhead power lines can be easily overlooked, and deadly if ignored. While you focus on putting those seeds in the ground, your local electric cooperative urges you to review these important tips. BE ALERT Awareness doesn’t spread as fast as an electrical current, but a little goes a long way. Remember to look up and look out for power lines this planting season. Follow these Four S’s to Stay Safe. STAY ALERT. Avoid distractions when operating farm equipment. While spring planting days can run long, failure to be aware of your surroundings can lead to power line contacts and other accidents. SLOW DOWN. Cold weather often delays spring planting in our region. If you get in the fields later than you had hoped, avoid the temptation to rush through your work. Slow down and stay safe. STUDY. Educate yourself on any new equipment you may have purchased recently. New equipment has higher antennas and attachments than ever before. What cleared power lines in previous years may not in your new ride. Know what you’re working with. SEARCH. Sometimes trees or brush can make power lines difficult to see. Don’t just glance up, really take a minute to search your surroundings when moving equipment. BE PREPARED Hitting a power line can be scary. In certain situations, there may be a lot of noise, HURON, S.D. – Registration is now open for South Dakota’s Largest Classroom at the 2018 South Dakota State Fair. The Largest Classroom event will take place on Thursday, Aug. 30, and Friday, Aug. 31, 2018. Participating schools will be able to take part in specialized programming, including visiting the Noah’s Way Exotic Animal Petting Zoo, watching an acrobatic trampoline show and learning from the Zstonish magic show. Visits to a one-room schoolhouse, the Dakotaland Museum and 4-H and open class exhibits are also part of the classroom agenda. “The Largest Classroom is a great way for teachers to kick off the school year and a great way for students to learn outside of the classroom,” said Peggy Besch, State Fair manager. “I encourage schools to take advantage of this hands-on learning opportunity.” The classroom is open to • Farm Filters • Hydraulic Hoses • Bearings & Seals Cox Auto 1007 Broadway Ave Yankton, SD 605•665•4494 COUPON DC Lynch Shows 8 Rides for $ 10 www.bro www.broadcasteronline.com www.bro Visit our Web site at www.broadcasteronline.com Visi www.bro Visit our Web site at www.broadcasteronline.com Visi www.bro New Medicare Card Rollout PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Senior Health Information and Insurance Education (SHIINE) program would like to remind all individuals with Medicare that new Medicare cards will be mailed to them in the coming months by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. To combat identify theft, the new cards will feature a www.broadcasteronline.com new Medicare Beneficiary Identifier number instead of a Social Security Number. Medicare beneficiaries do not have to do anything to receive their new card, but should make sure their address is correct with the Social Security Administration (SSA) in order to receive their new card. If you would like to update your address with the SSA, please visit www.ssa.gov or call 1-800-772-1213. The mailings will be staggered throughout the year and are expected to begin in South Dakota in June 2018. The transition to the new cards is expected to be complete by April 2019. 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Call: 800-950-0164 or Send resume to brenden@herdco.net www.br www.broadcasteronline.com 1-year Romsdahl’s www.br www.broadcasteronline.com Carpentry, Decks, Windows & Doors, Re?nishing, Drywall, & Ceramic Tile except Zipper (2) Additional coupons available from mall merchants PIERRE, S.D. – Join the United States Coast Guard and the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) in celebrating National Safe Boating Week May 19-25, 2018. “We want to help educate all South Dakotans about safe boating practices and the different styles and proper fits of various life jackets,” said Joe Keeton, GFP boating law administrator. www.broadcasteronline.com Keeton encourages boaters to take the online boater safety course at boat-ed.com/southdakota. Wear Your Life Jacket to Work Day is Friday, May 18. Post photos to the Ready, Set, Wear It! Facebook page or submit them to outreach@safeboatingcouncil.org. Use the hashtags #RSWI2018 and #safeboating throughout the week. Keep in mind these basic boating tips: Wearing life jackets saves lives- wear yours. Boating education saves lives – take a class. Safe boats save lives – get a vessel safety check. Sober boating saves lives – don’t drink or use drugs and boat. For more information about boating and life jacket safety visit gfp.sd.gov/safety and safeboatingcampaign.com. public, private and home schools. Teachers are encouraged to register as soon as possible. The South Dakota’s Largest Classroom program is free to students, teachers and chaperones. Lunch and parking will also be provided. The registration form can be obtained at sdstatefair.com or by calling 605.353.7340. The 2018 South Dakota State Fair will run from Thursday, Aug. 30, through Monday, Sept. 3. Channel Seeds Preview Day will be Wednesday, Aug. 29. This year’s theme is “Experience the Magic.” For more information on State Fair events, contact the fair office at 800.529.0900, visit sdstatefair.com or find us on Facebook or Twitter. 1 Ticket Per Ride May 24–30 PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today that he will appoint Kent A. Shelton of Huron as a circuit court judge in South Dakota’s Third Circuit Court. “I thank Kent Shelton for taking on this important role as circuit judge,” said Gov. Daugaard. “Kent is a respected member of the bar and a well-known member of the Huron community. He will do an excellent job.” Shelton has been in the private practice of law in Huron since 1990, and is a partner in the Churchill, Manolis, Freeman, Kludt, Shelton and Burns law firm. Shelton has a general practice that includes criminal defense, family law, real estate and property, estate planning and corporate law. “I am honored to have been selected to serve my community and state as their circuit court judge,” said Shelton. “I have always respected the judges and their decisions and will maintain the honor that goes with the position.” Shelton is a lifelong native of Huron. He graduated from the University of Montana with a bachelor’s degree in 1986 and a law degree in 1989. Shelton has served as chairman of the Huron College Endowment Fund and on the boards of directors of the Huron Chamber of Commerce, the Beadle County Humane Society and the Cornerstones Career Learning Center. Shelton and his wife, Laurie, have three daughters and three grandchildren. He will succeed Judge Jon Erickson, who is retiring in June. The Third Circuit includes Beadle, Brookings, Clark, Codington, Deuel, Kingsbury, Grant, Hamlin, Hand, Jerauld, Lake, Miner, Moody and Sanborn counties. May 19-25 Is National Safe Boating Week which may spur your instinct to run. You’ve got seconds to understand what’s happening and respond appropriately. Do you know what to do if you come in contact with a power line? STAY PUT. Unless there is a fire, you need to stay calm and stay in the vehicle. Touching the ground and the vehicle at the same time (i.e. stepping out of the equipment) can be deadly. Don’t risk becoming a conduit for the electricity to move from the vehicle to the ground through you, stay put. Even if it’s loud. CALL FOR HELP. Call for help from the vehicle if possible. 911 is a good place to start, especially if you don’t know your local electric cooperative’s number. If you don’t have your phone, try radioing for help. If someone comes to assist you, they need to stay at least 40 feet away from the vehicle until professional help has arrived. JUMP CLEAR. If there is a fire forcing you to leave, jump clear of the equipment. Jump with your feet together and with your arms folded over your chest, as far away from the vehicle as possible. Be sure that no part of your body touches the equipment and the ground at the same time. Then, shuffle (tiny, quick steps) or hop with your feet together at least 40 feet away. Electricity spreads through the ground in ripples. Keeping your feet together prevents one foot from stepping into a higher voltage zone than the other foot, which could cause electrocution. Stay away from the equipment and keep others away until the authorities tell you it’s safe to return. Registration Open For South Dakota’s Largest Classroom Held During The South Dakota State Fair Let Our Family Business Keep Yours In The Go With: Spring and resources to support enhanced monarch and pollinator conservation and monitoring efforts by many partners over the next 20 years.” Eastern monarchs, those found east of the Rocky Mountains, have declined by more than 80 percent over the past 20 years primarily due to habitat loss, including reduced milkweed required for reproduction and fewer nectar plants. In 2014 the monarch was petitioned for listing under the federal Endangered Species Act, and a decision on whether listing is warranted is expected in 2019. Monarchs produce multiple generations each year and undertake a lengthy fall migration from the U.S. and southern Canada to the forested mountains of central Mexico where they overwinter. The goal of the strategy is to coordinate state and partner efforts to restore and enhance habitat to support an average overwintering population in Mexico occupying about 15 acres (6 hectares), consistent with international goals. The plan primarily focuses on voluntary and incentive-based habitat restoration and enhancement efforts, but also includes priority education and outreach, research, and monitoring needs related to monarch conservation. For more information, a copy of the draft strategy, and how to submit comments, please visit the MAFWA website at Mid-America Monarch Conservation Strategy. Gov. Daugaard Appoints Kent Shelton As Third Circuit Judge 3-year 2.20 2.65 2.95 Minimum deposit $5,000 Minimum deposit $5,000 Minimum deposit $5,000 * Annual Percentage Yield (APY) effective 05/17/2018. 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