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4 Broadcaster Press 1815 Miscellaneous Paying too much for car insurance? Not sure? Want better coverage? Call now for a free quote and learn more today! 855-417-7382 (MCN) Rummage Sale: Friday, 6/15 and Saturday, 6/16. Singer sewing machine $35, Time clock $150, 5-station lawn/garden watering manifold and much more. Hours not set yet. 214 W. Main Street, Vermillion June 12, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com Father’s Day Lessons From Dads By Sen. Mike Rounds Father’s Day gives us a chance to celebrate dads and thank them for everything they do for their families. As any dad can attest, raising our four kids was both the hardest and Shona Scuplture 34 inches tall, $1,000; Large wooden most rewarding job I’ve ever had. carved turtle, $350; 52 inch Jean and I are incredibly proud of Brass & Marble turtle sculp- our kids, and we’ve enjoyed watchture, $1,500; Amethyst pieces. ing them grow and start families of Call 605-661-3313. their own. We look forward to spendSpectrum Triple Play! 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While we miss (MCN) him every day, we are grateful for Were you an INDUSTRIAL TRADESMAN (machinist/boil- the lifelong lessons he taught not ermaker/pipefitter etc and re- just his family, but everyone who cently diagnosed with LUNG knew him. CANCER? You may be entitled One lesson in particular that to a SIGNIFICANT CASH AWARD. Risk free consulta- stands out is advice he used to share tion! 877-834-8840 (MCN) in the 1960s, when he often gave 1820 Give Aways commencement speeches at high school graduations. As the oldest Giveaway: Farm kittens locat- child, my dad would sometimes let ed 5 miles south of Yankton on Hwy. 81. 605-661-3571. 1830 Rummage Sales 1500 West Main St Valiant Vineyards Winery Saturday 6/9, 11am-3pm Electronic equipment, miscellaneous business equipment. Call 605-624-4500. 1850 me come along for these speeches, and his message to the students sticks with me today. Those old enough to live through the 1960s can remember that it was a time when it wasn’t “cool” to be “square.” According to the cool kids back then, being a “square” meant being conventional, boring, inhibited and nerdy – definitely not part of the cool crowd. So, my dad would tell the graduates about the real meaning of “square. ” To him and his generation, being “square” was a good thing. You were honest so you could look people “square” in the eye. When you worked your way out of debt, you became “square” with the world. If someone was hungry, you gave him a “square” meal. You stood “foursquare” for what you believed in. He told graduates that they should be “square” because “square” really meant being honest, fair, genuine, upright, straightforward and ethical, as in always giving other people a “square deal.” The phrase “square deal” was coined by President Teddy Roosevelt. It was his philosophy that we should not grant special favors to any group of Americans, but to be fair to all. At the end of his commencement speeches, dad would invite the graduates to be “squares” for the rest of their lives. In today’s society, dad’s graduation message resonates stronger than ever. I am grateful to be able to pass along his advice, especially with young people, as I did recently at Boys and Girls State and while delivering the commencement address at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology. These young people – and so many like them across the state – are smart, talented and driven to make the world a better place. While we recognize their accomplishments, we are also grateful for the fathers behind the scenes, offering unconditional love, support and sacrifice. May we all take a moment this Father’s Day to celebrate the dads in our lives whose guidance helps us be stronger, better and more “square” in our daily lives. Highway Patrol Trooper Kastein Receives AAA South Dakota State Trooper of the Year Award Agriculture PIERRE, S.D. – A South Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper, who has been praised for his professionalism and leadership, has been named as the 2018 South Dakota State Trooper of the Year. Trooper Jerry Kastein, who is a member of the Watertown squad, was honored during a Wednesday awards luncheon in Rapid City. 1870 Ag Equipment The award, which is sponsored by AAA South Dakota, is presented to a trooper for their Case 1840 Skid Loader only 235hrs. Excellent condition, continued demonstration of exceptional ser$15,000. Cell 605-360-6985. vice to the agency, citizens and communities. “Since he joined the Highway Patrol in Strip Till: Custom coulter design. Any row machines. 10- 2012, Trooper Kastein has performed at a 15hp per row. 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Call John Schieffer 605- Highway Patrol’s East River SWAT Team and 661-8531 or Marnie Schieffer serves as a field training officer, active shoot605-661-8526. er instructor, Honor Guard member, firearms Purebred Angus Bulls and instructor, and DPS Strategic Planning ComHerford Bulls, yearling and 2yr. Old, bred for calving ease and mittee team leader. He also has volunteered carcass quality. O'Brien Angus, for several other duties. Tilden, NE. 402-368-2195 or The nomination received for Trooper 402-649-1327. www.obrienanKastein reads: “Trooper Kastein epitomizes gusfarms.weebly.com what we look for in a South Dakota state trooper and exceeds those expectations on a regular basis. He is professional and fair. He volunteers for extra duties while still delivering high quality enforcement activity. He is a committed husband, father and leader within the community. He is an asset to the South Dakota Highway Patrol and the citizens of our state.” Trooper Kastein also was praised for leading the community projects done by the Watertown Highway WE HAVE SEVERAL CREWS OF BEAN WALKERS. We do any type of farm work including cutting cedar trees. Put up fence and tear down fence. 24 years' experience. For more information call 712-943-2084, Cell 712-251-3277. Patrol. One project was helping a World War II veteran stay warm in the winter. “He saw the opportunity to be able to help a World War II veteran and organized the effort to resupply the veteran’s firewood supply that will heat his home this winter,” reads another nomination. “While it was a group effort it would not have been possible without Trooper Kastein’s commitment and community involvement to see this project through. It was a special moment to see the gratitude and emotions of the veteran and his wife while we were working on this project.” This is the sixth year that AAA South Dakota has sponsored the Trooper of the Year Award. Marilyn Buskohl, manager of Public and Government Affairs at AAA South Dakota, says the organization is honored to be part of the award. “This program every year reminds me that we have many outstanding law enforcement officers in South Dakota who protect and serve us every day,” she says. “While we can never thank them enough for what they do, this award is a chance for us to show our appreciation. Other finalists for the award were Trooper Derek Schroding of the Northern Hills Squad and Trooper Dan Hup of the Brookings Squad. Past winners of the award are Troopers Rob Mayer, Chris Spielmann, Josh Olson, Todd Albertson and Cody Jansen. The Highway Patrol is part of the South Dakota Department of Public Safety. Get your ad in the.. Classifieds Today! 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