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Corn ethanol will also help auto manufacturers meet increasing CAFÉ standards, which are regulations in place to improve the average fuel economy. Corn ethanol production is a vital component of the South Dakota economy. The corn ethanol industry supports thousands of jobs in South Dakota and contributes a significant amount of revenue to South Dakota communities. As we move closer to 2022, the year in which the corn ethanol component of the RFS is anticipated to expire, I will continue working with the administration, my colleagues and stakeholders to make certain the federal government continues to live up to its promise to producers and that corn ethanol continues to play an important role in our nation’s fuel supply. Francesca Willard New SDSU Extension Family And Community Health Field Specialist BROOKINGS, S.D. - Growing up a Type 1 diabetic, Francesca Willard is familiar with the challenges associated with a chronic disease. She also understands the value of nutritional education and a supportive team have on living a full life in spite of her Type 1 diabetes. “Education helped me manage my diabetes in a balanced way,” explains the new SDSU Extension Family & Community Health Field Specialist who will now help educate South Dakotans. Through her new position as SDSU Extension Family & Community Health Field Specialist Willard will work with individuals and their community supporters to help develop healthier nutrition and physical activity environments 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) Identification Number (RIN) system and requires a minimum of 15 billion gallons of conventional biofuels, like ethanol, to be blended annually. The RFS has provided the statutory certainty necessary for the corn industry to grow and thrive, and as a result corn ethanol has become a vital component of our nation’s fuel supply. The explosion of corn ethanol production has directly helped our farmers, bolstered American energy independence and created thousands of jobs. However, it was recently reported that the EPA is providing RFS waivers to small refineries, thereby reducing the amount of ethanol required by the RFS and reducing the demand on corn and corn ethanol. During a recent Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee hearing, I had the CARPET CLEANING 2 Rooms & Hallway $77.95 (up to 300 sq. ft) Residential and Commercial Insured & Bonded SERVING VERMILLION, YANKTON & SURROUNDING AREA SINCE 1994 SPINK TOWNSHIP LANDOWNERS AND FARM OPERATORS: Please remember to mow your ditches by September 15th, 2018. The Spink township supervisors wish to call your attention to two items of roadway maintenance that will make our township in 2018 a safe and beautiful place for all residents. 1. RIGHT OF WAYS: South Dakota codified law sets the width of public roadways at sixty-six feet and requires that this area of roadway and ditches be maintained so that landowners and local governments are not subject to liability in case of accidents. State law also forbids the filling of ditches or farming into the right of way, and we trust that spring planting in 2018 did not encroach into the right of way along the roads in our township. While the law also includes criminal and civil penalties for violation of the right of way, we trust farmers, renters and landowners will all pass the review we must annually make for maintenance of the right of way. We appreciate your cooperation. 2. DITCH CLEANING: Ditches along the roads are maintained for the purpose of keeping water from standing near the road and softening the roadbed which can lead to damaged roads that can be both dangerous and expensive to repair. Operators and landowners should clear the ditches of trees, weeds, rocks, and other debris that interfere with seasonal maintenance. The cost of clearing the ditches is the responsibility of the landowners. If you rent land, please inform the landowner of these stipulations and together devise a plan to keep the ditches clear of debris. Also, please do not dump any material into the ditches along your property. Finally, failure to keep ditches clear of debris may result in the township doing the work and assessing the cost to the landowner’s taxes, but again we trust that this action will not be necessary if everyone strives to keep our roads safely maintained. We hope that all will have a safe and productive planting and harvesting season, and we thank you for your attention to these matters. Spink Township Board and exercise sciences from South Dakota State University. She says that it was her personal experience of living with Type 1 diabetes, and having two siblings with the same disease which led her to pursue a degree where she could help others live healthier lives. “I know how nutrition and diabetes education have benefited me, so I want to help others,” she says. “There are so many sides to living with a chronic disease, like diabetes. I learned through my personal experience, and education, that nutrition education makes a big difference. I look forward to serving as a guide to individuals and community wellness coalitions and building partnerships for health.” Read and Recycle! Stories you missed this week because you’re not a Plain Talk subscriber A story about what’s planned as the Clay County Fair celebrates its 65th anniversary this year when it kicks off on Aug. 9. A report about initial plans the Vermillion City Council and city staff have to deal with the Emerald Ash Borer. The insect hasn’t been found in Vermillion yet, but local officials say it’s only a matter of time before it arrives and begins affecting trees here. A story and photos about the Irene-Wakonda Garden Project. And if you want to see: A sneak peek inside the nearly-finished McVicker Plaza at 2 E. Main Street in downtown Vermillion. The building, which once housed a women’s clothing store and later served as the home of an art gallery and photo studio, has been undergoing a complete remodel that began nearly a year ago. When the work is complete, McVicker Plaza will serve as home to the Vermillion Chamber and Development Company, a Visitors Center and Charlie’s, USD’s retail store. It will also feature the first collaborative co-working space in Vermillion. A story about a couple of special visitors to the National Music Museum in Vermillion and their reaction to the collection of instruments on display there. A feature about the growing popularity of Thursdays On The Platz in downtown Vermillion, and a special display of gratitude that took place last week at this summertime event. Pick up this Friday’s Plain Talk! Local news since 1884! Here for you yesterday, today and tomorrow. 201 W. Cherry, Vermillion, SD 57069 605-624-2695
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