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14 Broadcaster Press October 9, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com Gov. Daugaard Appoints Sandra Hoglund Hanson As Second Circuit Judge PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today that he will appoint Sandra Hoglund Hanson, of Sioux Falls, as a circuit court judge in the Second Judicial Circuit. “Sandra Hanson is a conscientious, respected attorney,” said Governor Daugaard. “She will make an excellent judge, and I thank her for serving the public in this way.” Hanson is a native of Langford. She is a partner with Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith, where she has practiced since 1993. From 1992 to 1993, Hanson clerked for Hon. Donald J. Porter, a judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of South Dakota. Hanson earned her undergraduate degree from Northern State University and her law degree from the University of South Dakota, where she was an editor of the South Dakota Law Review. “I am humbled and grateful to accept this appointment,” said Hanson. “I will do my best to honor that trust in serving the people of South Dakota in the Second Circuit.” Hanson is a member of the American Board of Trial Attorneys, the South Dakota Defense Lawyers Association and the Society for Human Resources Management. She is the chair of the Civil Service Board for the City of Sioux Falls, a member of the state leadership board for the American Cancer Society, and a past director of Volunteers of America of the Dakotas. Hanson will succeed Mark Salter, who the Governor appointed to the South Dakota Supreme Court earlier this year. The Second Circuit includes Lincoln and Minnehaha counties. Market Yourself Increase your business’s exposure, build connections and multiply opportunities with effective print advertising. Technical Institute Enrollment Up MITCHELL, S.D. – At its meeting earlier today, the state Board of Technical Education heard a report on enrollment at the state’s four technical institutes. Enrollment is up since last year, from 6,652 to 6,825, a 2.6 percent increase. The largest number of students are enrolled in the health science career cluster, which has grown from 1,301 students to 1,380 students. “As a system, it’s our goal to grow overall enrollment while aligning our academic programs with industry needs,” said Nick Wendell, executive director of the South Dakota Board of Technical Education. “More and more South Dakota students and their families understand that a technical institute education can lead to an outstanding career, right here at home.” Participation in the state’s reduced tuition dual credit program also grew, from 737 students to 875 students. This program is an opportunity for high school students who meet admissions standards to enroll in public postsecondary institutions in South Dakota and simultaneously earn credits for both their high school diploma and postsecondary degree or certificate, at a reduced cost of $48.33 per credit. Broadcaster Press 201 W Cherry St. • Vermillion • 624-4429
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