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Broadcaster Press 9 October 9, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com South Dakota Still Time To Register For Women Receives Grant In Ag To Be Held In Deadwood Opportunity For State Cemetery The South Dakota Women in Agriculture’s 2018 rural women’s conference is planned for Oct. 11-12 in the beautiful Black Hills at The Lodge at Deadwood. This not-to-be-missed annual conference routinely provides women with great speakers and resources that PIERRE, S.D. – The United States Department of Veteraddress current ag issues along with self-development ans Affairs National Cemetery Administration (NCA) has notified the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs topics. Networking opportunities, Pay It Forward prothey may be awarded grant funds for the construction of jects, creative learning sessions and great vendor shopping are also part of the conference lineup. a state veterans cemetery. The two-day event will offer a chance to learn about “Today’s announcement is great news for the men and proper livestock and vaccine handling, hear about brand women of South Dakota and the surrounding area, who marketing and have the opportunity to meet “Buckaroo served this country,” said Larry Zimmerman, Secretary Girl” Adrian Brannan. of the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs (SDAdditionally, two South Dakota women will be honDVA). “South Dakotans in the eastern part of the state will ored with this year’s women in ag awards. Kris Rausch, of not have to travel 370 plus miles to bury their heroes in a Gettysburg, has been selected as the 2018 South Dakota veteran’s cemetery.” “Now the real work begins,” said Aaron Pollard, Deputy Ag Woman of the Year; Darian Roghair, of Okaton, is the Secretary for SDDVA. “Our Department will begin meeting with NCA, the State Office of Engineering and our design firm, Stockwell Engineers.” This announcement coincides with the City of Sioux Falls’ first reading of their ordinance gifting over 60 acres of land to SDDVA for the construction of a state veterans cemetery. The link to the commission meeting agenda is: (http://docs.siouxfalls.org/sirepub/mtgviewer.aspx?meeti d=2774&doctype=AGENDA) “This state veterans cemetery is the culmination of a lot of hard work between numerous partners who are committed to taking care of our veterans,” said Zimmerman. The NCA Design and Construction Service provides planning, design and construction project management, design and construction standards, environmental, energy, and historic preservation services and expertise to deliver high quality and cost-effective cemetery facilities that honor veterans with final resting places and commemorate their service to our nation. They provide leadership, expertise, and advice in the development, acquisition, expansion and preservation to create veterans cemeteries as lasting memorials which invoke a sense of honor and dignity for our Nation's veterans. 2018 South Dakota Young Gun of Ag. Women who are involved in the agriculture industry across the region, or those who just want to know more about agriculture, can still register for the 2018 event. Find registration information online at SouthDakotaWomeninAg.com/conference and make lodging reservations by calling The Lodge at Deadwood, 877-393-5634. Can’t make it both days? There is an option to attend just Thursday or Friday. The conference kicks off with an 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. tour of the Days of ‘76 Museum on Thursday and concludes by 3 p.m. on Friday. Find the full agenda on the South Dakota Women in Ag website. For more information, contact conference coordinators at sdwia@outlook.com or (605) 347-1549 with questions. Make sure to watch Facebook for additional highlights If you don’t get the word out about your business, no one else will!!! bpp b Since 1934 Since 1934 B P roadcaster ress BIntermediate Sudoku Puzzles by KrazyDad roadcaster Press Fill the puzzle so that every row, every column, and every section contain the numbers 1-9 without repeating a number. 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Come see us at Tabor, Utica, Irene and Meckling. 1 4 At harvest time and after, we are here to serve the feed and grain needs of our friends and neighbors. 6 A story about the introduction of a new interactive app made © 2008 KrazyDad.com available by the Vermillion Plain Talk and the Broadcaster Press that will allow images printed in these two publications to come to life on your smart phones. A full report of University of South Dakota President Sheila Gestring’s KRAZYDAD.COM/PUZZLES first State of the University address, presented Thursday, Sept. 27 in Aalfs Auditorium. Coverage of former University of Nebraska football coach Tom Osborne, who was keynote speaker at the Rotary District 5610 annual conference held in Vermillion last weekend. A report from Vermillion’s Oktoberfest, held Sept. 28-29 at Ratingen Platz. And if you want to see: An update to the story that published electronically on the Plain Talk web page about a a 42-foot, historically-accurate replica white pirogue used by Lewis & Clark during their 1804 to 1806 expedition from St. Louis to the Pacific Ocean and back again that visited Clay County Park for a special program Oct. 4. It’s visit in Clay County last week was one of nine stops originally planned. The crew began its journey south of Fort Randall Dam on Sunday, Sept. 30, and had to modify their plans before the journey’s conclusion Oct. 6 at Ponca State Park. Photo and editorial coverage of the Dakota Days Parade on Saturday, Oct. 6 and the Dakota Days football game in the DakotaDome later that day. A story about the life-saving actions of two officers of the Vermillion Police Department. The two men received recognition by Vermillion Police Chief Matt Betzen at a recent meeting of the Vermillion City Council. Pick up this Friday’s Plain Talk! Local news since 1884! 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