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4 Broadcaster Press 1815 July 24, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com Miscellaneous DISH TV $59.99 For 190 Channels + $14.95 High Speed Internet. Free Installation, Smart HD DVR Included, Free Voice Remote. Some restrictions apply 1-800-732-9635 (MCN) Earthlink High Speed Internet. As Low As 14.95/month (for the first 3 months.) Reliable High Speed Fiber Optic Technology. Stream Videos, Music and More! Call Earthlink Today 1-855-679-7096 (MCN) Exede Satellite internet. Affordable, high speed broadband satellite internet anywhere in the U.S. Order now and save $100. Plans start at $39.99 /month. Call 1-800-7129365. (MCN) OXYGEN - Anytime. Anywhere. No tanks to refill. No deliveries. The All-New Inogen One G4 is only 2.8 pounds! FAA approved! FREE info kit. 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Fishing equipment, jewelry, collectibles, marbles, toys and many miscellaneous. Rain or shine! 1830 Rummage Sales PIERRE, S.D. – Early and growth stage companies in South Dakota now have access to additional equity capital as South Dakota Equity Partners (SDEP), a public-private partnership supported by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development 1850 Agriculture (GOED), has raised $16.9 million according to Gov. Dennis Daugaard. Wanted: Round and big “SDEP had its initial closing at the square bales of grass and alfalfa hay. Old and new hay. end of June, which means it is ready 605-957-4752. to start investing in a variety of WE HAVE SEVERAL CREWS projects, primarily in research comOF BEAN WALKERS. We do mercialization and knowledge-based any type of farm work including cutting cedar trees. Put up companies,” the Governor said. fence and tear down fence. “SDEP’s long-term goal is to diversify 24 years' experience. For more the portfolio across industries and information call 712-943-2084, with companies needing equity capiCell 712-251-3277. tal to facilitate their growth capacity 1870 Ag Equipment as they move through their business life cycle stages.” Gov. Daugaard added that the Hesston 520 windrower, hydrostat with 16' drapper head. need for such a fund was first disCanvas, excellent condition, runs good, always shedded, cussed nearly seven years ago. “At that time, we made a commitment 402-841-8054. to find a way to address the limited equity capital available for these Get your ad in the.. types of companies in South Dakota. This fund will go a long way toward filling that financing gap. This is MEGA YARD SALE: 500 W. Dartmouth. 12pm-7pm on Friday, July 27. 9am-3pm on Saturday, July 28. Many new and different items at cheap prices. If Classifieds Today! CALL 624-4429 ••• FAX 624-2696 ••• EMAIL classifieds@plaintalk.net ••• ONLINE BroadcasterOnline.com ••• DROP BY 201 W. Cherry, Vermillion You Read This... You Know Advertising Pays! Call the Broadcaster at 605-624-4429 or stop by to place your ad today! 2 10 1 ,7 August - August 5 2018 DIXON COUNTY FAIR CONCORD, NEBRASKA st th 201 West Cherry St Vermillion, SD NO COOLERS ALLOWED ON FAIRGROUNDS QUESTIONS? r.com countyfai Online: www.dixon 26 402-355-ice: 86 Fair Off 402-584-2232 624-4429 Admission to Grounds: Season Pass $30 – Sunda Thursday – Saturday, $15 y, $10 per Day 12 & Under FREE! just one more tool in our economic development toolbox,” he said. He explained that the process took several years because the group needed to make sure the right mix of experienced investment professionals was involved. Blaine Crissman, partner of SDEP, said SDEP won’t be letting up on its fundraising efforts anytime soon. “We’re a little more than half way to the goal of $30 million, and I am optimistic that we’ll get there. South Dakota has a strong economy, and we look forward to investing this capital in growing companies across the state.” SDEP, governed by an independent board, will only invest in companies in South Dakota. Initial capital for the fund came from a number of private institutions and individual investors, as well as a one-time state grant. All investment decisions will be made independently, without state input. In addition to the equity investment, the partners of SDEP, on behalf of the fund’s investors, will work collaboratively with the management teams and employees Employer Webinar On Youth In The Workforce PIERRE, S.D. – The Department of Labor and Regulation (DLR) and South Dakota Retailers Association (SDRA) are providing a free webinar Wednesday, Aug. 1, at 10 a.m. CDT. “Youth in the Workforce: Fact or Fiction” will cover the state’s efforts to help engage youth with job shadowing and mentor opportunities, make informed career decisions, and demonstrate the importance of soft skills. “South Dakota’s youth participation rate has declined 11 percent in the last decade,” said state Labor and Regulation Secretary Marcia Hultman. “In addition, one-third of high school graduates don’t go on to post-secondary education.” As the presenter, Secretary Hultman will talk about the importance of engaging youth earlier. She will also challenge employers to think about recruitment and management strategies and if they meet the expectations of today’s millennials and Generation Z. Thursday, August 2nd 5:00-7:00pm.............................................. FREE Barbeque 7:30pm....... Demolition Derby – Limited Weld, Compact Cars, 90s & Newer, and Figure 8 Compacts (min. 4 cars) - ROOFING - Asphalt Shingle - Steel - Flat - EPDM *Ages 16-18 Need Waiver, available at DixonCountyFair.com/Entertainment - SIDING - Friday, August 3rd 11:00am......................... . Modified & Antique Tractor Pulls 6:30pm...................... Live Auction of Chainsaw Sculptures 7:00pm............. Outlaw Truck & Tractor Pulls w/Big Screen LP Smart - Cement - Vinyl - Stone Saturday, August 4th Heavy Duty Seamless - Gutter Guard 3:00pm.................Open Livestock Judging Contest & Clinic 6:00pm...................................................... Mutton Busting 6:45pm....................... Live Auction of Chainsaw Sculptures 7:00pm............................... Bull Riding – McKay Rodeo Co. Sunday, August 5th 10:00am........................................Open Class Horse Show 11:00am–2:30pm............................................... Car Show 12:00pm....................... Kiddy Pedal Tractor Pull (Ages 4-9) 7:00pm.............. Gospel Music (Prodigal Sons from Ponca) of its portfolio companies to grow the businesses and positively impact economic development in South Dakota. Any returns on equity investments as a result of the state’s grant will be reinvested in future equity funds to support additional projects; the funds will not return to the state. In addition to the private investors in SDEP, several of the state’s local economic development corporations also chose to invest funds in support of SDEP’s mission. “Yankton Area Progressive Growth (YAPG) has seen the value in public-private partnerships on a number of projects, and the opportunity with SD Equity Partners could take Yankton to the next level” said Nancy Wenande, CEO, YAPG. “The collaborative investment efforts across South Dakota show there is a long-term commitment to develop thriving communities that include business diversity.” For more information on the SDEP, contact Crissman at bcrissman@southdakotaequity.com or 605.553.6032. - GUTTERS - - EXTERIOR PAINTING Sherwin-Williams Pro “Young people can bring new energy and fresh ideas to a business, and those jobs can also be a stepping stone toward a lifelong career path,” said SDRA Board President Gary Cammack. “This webinar will help give businesses ideas about how to meet the challenge of getting youth more engaged.” Register online at https:// register.gotowebinar.com/register/735648433640179459. If you have difficulty, email donna@sdra.org your first and last name, name of business or agency, city and state. Closed captioning is available if requested via email by noon (CDT) on Thursday, July 26. The mission of DLR is to promote economic opportunity and financial security for individuals and businesses. Learn more at www.sdjobs.org. If you don’t get the word out about your business, no one else will!!! 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