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Broadcaster Press 3 June 5, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com New at in Yankton Natural Balance Pet Foods at &C og OD D O F ON SA L NOW E Premium Pet Food That is Truly The Food For A Lifetime® Dog Food: Small Bags $2 off, Large Bags $5 off, Can $159 - $239 Cat Food: Small Bags $2 off, Large Bags $3 off, Cans 99¢ - $139 June Sobriety Checkpoint Schedule Released PIERRE, S.D. – With summer under way, the South Dakota Department of Public Safety continues its efforts to discourage people from drinking and then driving by holding sobriety checkpoints statewide during the month of June. There are 35 checkpoints scheduled in 24 different counties during June. The checkpoints are funded by the South Dakota Office of Highway Safety and conducted by the South Dakota Highway Gov. Daugaard To Appoint Judge Mark E. Salter To South Dakota Supreme Court Patrol. June checkpoints are scheduled for the counties of: Brookings, Butte, Charles Mix, Codington, Custer, Edmunds, Davison, Day, Hamlin, Hughes, Jackson, Lake, Lawrence, Lincoln, Meade, Mellette, Minnehaha, Moody, Pennington, Roberts, Sanborn, Stanley, Walworth and Yankton. Both the Office of Highway Safety and the Highway Patrol are part of the Department of Public Safety. PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today that he will appoint Mark E. Salter of Sioux Falls to the South Dakota Supreme Court. Salter is a circuit court judge in the Second Judicial Circuit. “Judge Salter is a brilliant legal mind, and he will be an outstanding addition to our state’s highest court,” said Gov. Daugaard. “I also appreciate Judge Salter’s leadership of the veteran’s treatment court, and his commitment to new approaches to addressing the problems of addiction.” Salter will be the 51st justice in the history of the South Dakota Supreme Court. He will succeed Justice Glen A. Severson, who will retire in June after nine years on the Court. Like Justice Severson, Salter will represent the Second Supreme Court District, which is comprised of Minnehaha County. children relied on their own ingenuity to “I am honored to have the opportunity occupy themselves. to continue my judicial service as a member “Paul Goble, Storyteller” by Gregory of our Supreme Court,” Salter said. “I am Bryan is currently the only biography of grateful for Gov. Daugaard’s confidence, and Paul Goble, the author and illustrator of I’m eager to begin serving the State of South more than 40 children’s books, including Dakota on the Court.” Caldecott Medalist “The Girl Who Loved Salter, 49, was born in Huron and is a Wild Horses.” Goble passed away early graduate of Parker High School. He earned last year at the age of 83 in the Black Hills, where he had lived for more than 40 his bachelor’s degree from South Dakota years. “Bryan has done thorough research State University in 1990 and was a Thomas in writing this book and tells Goble’s story Sterling Honor Graduate of the University of South Dakota School of Law in 1993. Followclearly,” writes Kansas History reviewer ing law school, Salter worked for a year as Dennis Etzel. a law clerk in the Third Judicial District of The MIPA was founded in 1984 and serves the upper-Midwest publishing com- Minnesota. Salter was commissioned in the United munity. More information can be found at States Naval Reserve in 1993 and entered mipa.org. View the South Dakota Historical Society Press catalog at sdhspress.com and follow its activities on Facebook and Consider it... Twitter (@SDHSPress). To place a book order, call 605-773-6009 or email orders@ Sold! sdhspress.com. Historical Society Press Receives Two Midwest Book Awards PIERRE, S.D.—Two South Dakota State Historical Society books were recently awarded Midwest Book Awards from the Midwest Independent Publishing Association (MIPA). “Glorious Fourth of July and Other Stories from the Plains” won the Young Adult Non-Fiction category, and “Paul Goble, Storyteller” won for best biography. Both titles were released in 2017 and have been well reviewed by readers and critics alike. “Glorious Fourth of July and Other Stories from the Plains” includes stories and artwork by Catherine Rademacher Gibson, as recounted by her daughter Mary Gibson Sprague. Through episodes in Catherine’s childhood, illustrated by her “memory paintings,” the book shares a narrative common to many plains families that migrated throughout the United States at the beginning of the 20th century. “Unreservedly recommended” by the Midwest Book Review, “Glorious Fourth of July” is a testament to the creative spirit and calls readers back to a time when active duty with the U.S. Navy in 1994. While in the Navy, Salter served in the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps as both a prosecuting attorney and a defense attorney. He was released from active duty in 1997 and later served in the active Naval Reserve until 2002. He served as an inactive reserve officer until 2012 when he was honorably discharged with the rank of lieutenant commander. After leaving active duty, Salter joined the Cutler & Donahoe law firm in Sioux Falls, where he became a partner and focused on civil and business law. While at Cutler & Donahoe, Salter also served for a year as Turner County deputy state’s attorney. Salter joined the U.S. Attorney’s Office in 2004, where he was the chief of the office’s appellate division from 2009 to 2013. During his tenure he worked with U.S. Attorneys Jim McMahon, Marty Jackley and Brendan Johnson. Gov. Daugaard appointed Salter as a circuit judge in the Second Judicial Circuit in 2012, and he took office in early 2013. Salter is the presiding judge for the Minnehaha County Veteran’s Treatment Court, and has sat as a temporary justice with the Supreme Court. Salter also serves as an adjunct professor at the USD School of Law, where he previously taught advanced criminal procedure and currently teaches advanced appellate advocacy. Salter and his wife, Sue, have four children. They are members of Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Sioux Falls. Mark’s Machinery Inc. 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