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Broadcaster Press 11 September 24, 2019 www.broadcasteronline.com Tax Collections At 2019 South Dakota State Fair Exceed $217,000 PIERRE, S.D. — Tax collections at the 2019 South Dakota State Fair have increased by 5.79 percent compared to last year. The latest figures from the five-day fair in Huron, S.D., show $217,923 in total tax collections, which is an increase from last year’s total of $206,000. The 2019 fair featured 435 vendors—an increase from 2018’s vendor count of 424. Of the tax collected, $115,080 was state sales tax, $37,511 was state tourism tax and $65,332 was Huron’s municipal sales tax. H 0 0 k subset of the pediatric unit at Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center in Sioux Falls. “This collaboration is allowing two agencies – Avera and HSC – to come together to meet the behavioral health needs of our state and region,” said Bob Sutton, President and CEO of Avera Health Services. “We are grateful for the state’s collaboration. This is an innovative way to utilize existing resources to meet the needs of our residents.” Patients were transferred to HSC Wednesday evening. Avera Behavioral Health staff are on-site providing services and operating from the HSC units. Avera is also providing all medications and lab services needed in order to care for patients. Avera will continue to provide their services to patients at HSC until the building in Sioux Falls has been repaired and is determined safe to reopen. “My team has been in full swing since Wednesday morning working with Avera,” said DSS Secretary Laurie State 4-H Leadership Ambassador Hosts Public Presentations Workshop BROOKINGS, S.D. - This summer, South Dakota State 4-H Leadership Ambassador Kate DeVelder co-hosted a public presentation workshop for Clay County 4-H members. DeVelder co-hosted the event with Aimee Sorenson, Instructor of Communications Studies at the University of South Dakota. Ten 4-H members attended the event and six of the members went on to participate in the county public presentations contest. Four of the six members were first-time competitors. DeVelder’s workshop covered a variety of public presentation topics, including how to pick a topic, how to create a basic outline for illustrated talks, four different types of public presentations and the requirements for each type of presentation. Attendees also refined their public presentation skills. Participants worked both collaboratively and individually on these topics throughout the workshop. At the end of the workshop, each participant presented an illustrated talk to showcase their new public presentation skills. During their term, each State 4-H Ambassador is required to facilitate an educational engagement in a 4-H project area of their choice. These educational engagements provide continued outreach and education for youth across the state, as well as providing facilitation skills to the State 4-H Ambassadors hosting them. The State 4-H Ambassador Program strives to develop the minds of young people by increasing and promoting leadership activities through 4-H. Through participation in the State 4-H Ambassador Program, teens function as positive role models for youth in South Dakota, while serving to support the 4-H program through public relations. State 4-H Ambassadors strive for continued improvement of the 4-H program by serving as an agent of change. Additionally, these individuals promote inclusion and respect for diversity across 4-H in South Dakota. State 4-H Ambassadors must be a registered 4-H member, age 14-18, in good standing. Individuals on the State 4-H Ambassador team have endless opportunities to grow and expand their leadership skills. Gill. “This is a great example of a public/private collaboration to ensure support and services are uninterrupted and continuous for South Dakotans.” Both facilities have been working closely and providing updates to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to ensure the health and safety of the patients impacted. About HSC: HSC is a licensed in-patient state psychiatric hospital and chemical dependency treatment facility which provides services for acute, psychiatric rehabilitation, geriatric, and adolescent patients. The hospital has been providing care to the people of South Dakota since 1879. About DSS: The Department of Social Services strives to provide programs employment the right Noem Announces Partnership Between DSS, Avera Behavioral Health to Provide Additional Services Following Sioux Falls Tornado PIERRE, S.D. – When tragedy strikes, South Dakota comes together. Governor Kristi Noem today announced that South Dakota’s Department of Social Services (DSS) is working with Avera Behavioral Health to provide support for patients affected by the tornado damage in Sioux Falls Tuesday evening. Avera Behavioral Health will be utilizing two adult acute units and will begin utilizing an adolescent unit at Human Services Center (HSC) in Yankton. The adult units have been closed due to staffing shortages. “South Dakotans are strong, and when tough times hit, we come together. We help in any way we can,” said Governor Kristi Noem. “This partnership is a great way the State can partner with the community to meet a critical need in the area.” Space at the HSC will allow up to 30 beds for adult and 20 beds for adolescent psychiatric care. Pediatric and adolescent patients are currently being treated in a with the and services to strengthen, support, and protect children and families in South Dakota. For more information about Department of Social Services programs and services please visit our website at dss.sd.gov or visit a DSS local office. About Avera: The Avera Health system has over 18,000 employees and physicians, serving more than 300 locations and 100 communities in a five-state region. Our ministry, our people and our superior value distinguish Avera. We carry on the health care legacy of the Benedictine and Presentation Sisters, delivering care in an environment guided by our values of compassion, hospitality and stewardship. For more information about Avera, see our website at Avera.org. Auction Saturday, September 28, 2019 • 11:00 am At Site 31217 447th Mission Hill SD Direction: 3 East of Yankton on Hwy. 50 go South at 447th 0r 18 West of Vermillion om Hwy 50 and then go south on 447th to site. Owner: Ruben Wollman Full listing and photos go to dakotarealty.com Auctioneer notes: Terms: Cash, good check, or card (4% processing fee on cards) not responsible for accidents/theft. Items: 1965- Oliver 1650- Gas tractor with 250 Dwell loader (4075 Hhrs. Wide front), Gun - Remington Nylon 66 22 rifle in great shape, 24x24 Garage with 12x24 addition, 8x12 shed with roll up door, picnic tables, pull behind sprayer, Rotor tiller, John Deere pull type brush hog, 1979- 16ft. fishing boat 35 H.P. Johnson electric start with 12 volt trolling motor, propane grill, smoker, 6.5 H.P. John Deere self-propelled push mower with bagger, extension ladder, snapper 28” 12 H.P. motor riding mower with bagger, John Deere 42” riding lawn mower (LA 115) 19.5 H.P., air compressor, shovels, drills, FS-90-Stihl weed eater, Stihl blower, life jackets, large assortment of fishing rods, chains, large assortment of tools, 2 Stihl ms 180c chain saws, Stihl wood boss 028AV chain saw, Stihl 041AV chain saw, 8” drill press, electric weed eater, Black-Decker battery tiller, air conditioner, wood stove with blower propane tanks, lawn chairs, poker table, submersible 220 ¾ H.P. pump, fire ring, 2 fire pits, 3 pt. 8 ft. blade, bird feeders, water hoses, 1953 Chevy two-wheeled trailer, 2 wheel garden trailer, 500 gal. water tank, dolley cart, fert. spreader, 8x10 steel shed, Lincoln 60 welder, pot belly stove, cob box, 1-section drag, lead pot, ford toy tractor, 12x16 steel shed, glasswear, coolers, quilt stretcher, old pictures, 5 quilts, set lines, antique bug catcher, luggage, old wagon wheel, desk, antique dresser, old steel bed, duck decoys. Madsen Auction Service Gary Madsen • 605-638-0643 Auctioneer Jim Brady and Hazen Bye Sale day announcement take precedence. South Dakota State Surplus Equipment & Vehicle Friday, September 27th • 10a.m. Sharp Located: SDHSC Grounds, 129 Mickelson Drive, Yankton, SD (North of Wal-Mart) Vehicles: ’15 Dodge Durango, ’12 Dodge Caravan, ’09 & ’08 Chevy Impala’s, ’06 Ford Taurus, ’05 Chevy Astro, ’02 Chevy Tahoe, ’02 Ford Taurus, ’01 Dodge Caravan, ’00 Chevy Cube Van, ’95 Chevy 3/4t 4x4 Equipment: Farmall Super C, Lawn & Garden Equipment, (2) Self-Propelled Leaf Collectors, Power Tools, Wheel Balancer, Power Hacksaw, Electric Panels & Supplies, much more Commercial Kitchen, Office & Furniture: Refrigerated Display Case, Sandwich Grills, SS Cabinets & Tables, Desks, Chairs, Tables, Park Benches, USD Basketball Hoop, Fire Ext. Boxes, Large AC Compressor, Several window AC units, MUCH MORE See www.GirardAuction.com or www.sdsurplusproperty.com for full terms, listing and many photos. Small stuff sells first followed by Vehicles. No Internet bidding available. Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com bp Since 1934 ads in the Broadcaster Press 201 W. Cherry,Vermillion 605-624-4429 HOUSEHOLD AUCTION Sunday, September 29, 2019 LOCATED: Yankton 4-H Building, 901 Whiting Drive, Yankton, SD AUCTION Starts @ 11:00 AM AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Please join us for this extremely clean household auction for Anita Potts. You will be sure to find some nice items that would be great to add to your household. Visit our web site www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM for more information. APPLIANCES: Frigidaire 18.2 cu. Ft. Refrigerator. Coronado 21.2 cu ft. Upright Freezer. Frigidaire Chest Freezer, 15 cu. ft. Whirlpool Washing Machine, Near New. LG Dryer, S/S Tub. Kirby Sentria Vacuum Cleaner w/Shampooer. 8 Gal. 3HP Shop Vac. Shark Upright Vacuum Cleaner. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: 4-Piece Bdrm set, queen size. Queen size bed. Single Bed. 2-Recliners. Leather Couch w/2 recliners. Oak Sofa Table. Coffee Table. Armoire. Tan Love Seat Recliner Rocker. Living Room Sofa. Round Oak Dining Table w/6 chairs and Hutch. 3- Section Writing Desk. 2 Folding Tables. Round Card Table. Sewing Machine. Bar Stools. Antique Parlor Table. Cedar Chest. MISC: Memory of Yesterday Figurines. Pink Depression Glassware. Small Kitchen Appliances. Fancy Work. Table Lamps. Picture Frames and Pictures. Towels and Blankets. Bedding. Table Cloths. Tea Pot Collection. Tupperware. Silverware. Cookbooks. Pots and Pans. Coin Collection Boxes. Jewelry. Several Shelving Units. Book Case w/Glass Door. Oreck XL Hand Held Vac. Flower Stands. Clothes Rack. 2 Corner Shelves. Kraut Cutter. Turkey Fryer. Canners. Letter Files. Several Rods and Reels. Misc. Glassware. Plus many more miscellaneous items yet to be unpacked. LAWN/GARDEN EQUIP: Toro Snow Blower. Honda Self Propelled Mower. Lawn Fert. Spreader. Campbell Housfeld Air Compressor. Garden Hose. 2 Wooden Shelf Units. Workmate Bench. Lasko Elect Heater. Werner Fiberglass Step Ladder. Battery Operated Weed Eater. Steel Flower Racks. Thermos BBQ Grill. Xtreme Garage Wardrobe. Extension Cords. Hand Tools. ANITA POTTS – Owner Terms: Cash or Bankable Check. Not Responsible For Accidents or Theft. For Complete Listing & Photos Visit Our Web Site www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: CREAMER HEIMES JANSSEN AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS L.L.C. Hartington, NE — RYAN CREAMER 402.254.9753 ALTON HEIMES 402.254.3315 ROGER JANSSEN: 402.388.4409 TRACTORS - FARM EQUIPMENT SHOP TOOLS AUCTION Saturday, September 28, 2019 LOCATED: From Bloomfield, NE: East Edge (Gary’s Farm Service Corner) 5 Miles North on 545 Ave to 886 Rd - then 1/2 Mile East on 886 Rd AUCTION Starts @ 9:30 AM Tinkers Concessions Auctioneers Note: Please join us for this large estate auction for Jim Huttmann. Jim enjoyed attending many auctions and has accumulated a very large offering of items. Due to the large volume of items we will be running two auction rings during this auction. We will start at 9:30 on Shop Tools, with many pallets of supplies. At 12:00 a second auction ring will begin selling Farm Equipment. Please be prepared for two rings. Many additional items that are not included in this brief listing will be sold. Visit our web site www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM for more information & many photos. ** Note – All items must be removed by October 15th*** SHOP TOOLS: Miller Matic 210 Wire Welder. Parts Washer. Rockwell Delta 36” Turning Lathe. DeWalt & Power Craft Radial Arm Saws. Ryobi 9” Band Saw. Woodmaster Model 500 Band Saw. Home Built Belt Sander. Heavy Duty Shop Grinder. Table Saws, Router Tables. Alkota Model 3102 Hot Water Power Washer. Warehouse Scale. Stihl Weed Eater. Garden Planter. Mantis Garden Tiller. 2 Wheel Utility Carts. Steel Bolt Bin. Many Fans. Several “C” Clamps up to 12”, Corner Clamps, Wood Working Clamps. Log Chains, Wheel Pullers, Pipe Threaders, Drills & Angle Grinders, Hydraulic Jacks, Many Wood Planes, Several Tap & Die Sets, Brace & Wood Bits, Portable Sanders, Many, Many Small Power Tools. Knipco Heaters. Welding Tables. Cool-Zone Shop Light. Shop Vac. Pull Type Magnet. Many Electric Motors. Hand Saws, Jack Stands, Stihl & Poulin Chain Saws. Asst of Bolts & Many Shop Supplies. Plus, Many More Miscellaneous Shop Items & Tools Too Numerous to Mention. Old Hub Caps. Claw Foot Bath Tub. Assortment of Collectibles & Barn Finds. Several Rotary Hoe Wheels. Several Hydraulic Cylinders. TRACTORS: IHC 186 Hydro, SN 10275, Near New 18.4-38 Rear Tires, Shows 8,487 Hrs. 3 pt. 3 Hyd. Plus Extra Splitter Hyd.-Set of Rear Weights. IHC 966 SN 019302, 18.4-34 Rear Tires, 2 Hyd., 3 pt. w/Ansel Cab. Farmall 560 Diesel SN 141903-15.5-38 Rear Tires-Fast Hitch. Farmall 400 SN 9819 13.6-38 Rear Tires-Swartz Wide Front. Farmall 300 SN 15560 13.6-38 Rear Tires-Wide Front. Farmall 200 SN 775, 11.238 Rear Tires, 500 x 15 Near New Front Tires-3 pt. Farmall 100 SN 10032 -11.2-24 Rear Tires w/Single Row Cultivator & Rear Rigs. (7) IH Front Weights w/IH” Logo. (2) Sets of Clam Shell Fenders. Several Misc. IH Tractor Parts & Rear Tractor Chains & Clamp on Duals & Year-Round Cabs. FARM EQUIPMENT: Farmhand F235 Loader w/8 ft. Bucket-IHC 186 Mounts. Case IH 8610 Hay Grinder/Processor-SN 0036841. Case IH 8480 Round Baler-SN 0116316. Case IH 8480 Round Baler-SN 0052401-Needs Work. New Holland 512 Manure Spreader. Farmhand 210 Feeder Wagon. 2002 Circle D 80”x20 Ft. Gooseneck Livestock Trailer. IHC 470 Disk-21 Ft. Disk. Bush Hog 21 Ft. Disk-Needs Work. Pull Type Chisel Plow. JD Elevator. Cat 1 3 pt. Blade. 3 Pt. Spring Tooth. S & H Silage Wagon w/JD Gear. Roorda Power Wagon w/ Westendorf Gear. Farm King Snow Blower-540 RPM. New Holland 55 Side Delivery Rake. Allis Chalmers 5 Bar Side Delivery Rake. IH 5 Section Harrow on Hyd. Cart. JD 953 Running Gears. (2) Farmhand Grapple Forks. IH 3 pt. Semi-Mtg. 4 Bottom Plow. JD Spring Tooth Cultivator. JD 1064 Gear & JD 953 Gear w/Big Butch Box. IHC Front Mount Cultivators. (2) JD H & R Spreadersfor Parts. JD 400 Rotary Hoe. Parker Gravity Box & Gear. Heider Auger Wagon. Big John Sprayer. IHC 3 pt. Field Cultivator-14 ft. Oliver 4 Bottom Plow. 3 Pt. Mist Blower. FH Loader Frame. Shop Built Windrower Cart. IH Bar Mowers-Some for Parts. Loose Hay Feeder on Gear. Land Roller. Overhead Hoist w/Chain Hoist. Pickup Box Trailers. Ditch Witch Lawn Plow-for Salvage. Several Tons of Salvage Iron. SIDE BY SIDE -- LAWN MOWERS & PICKUP: 2009 Polaris Ranger- 6 Passenger Side by Side – 2 Seats, 290 Hrs., 700 Twin Electronic Fuel Injection – w/ Front Winch - Nice. Hustler For track Model 935627 Zero Turn Mower, 106 Hours., 54” Deck. Ford LGT 145 Lawn Tractor. 1989 Chevy EFI -Extended Cab Pickup 2-wheel Drive w/ Long Box 169,078 Miles. 14 ft by 4 ½ Ft. V Bottom Boat w/ Trolling Motor. MISC: Cattle Tub & Alley for Feeder Cattle. Eaton 1200 to 1400 bu. Grain Bin w/Auger -To Be Removed. Coop 2,000 + Grain bin-To Be Removed. 5 Ton Bulk Bin w/ Auger. Asst. of Lumber of All Types. Asst. Of Gates, Cattle & Hog Panels. Several Round Bale Feeders. Asst. of ¾” Sucker Rod. Wooden Posts, Buzz Saw Frames, Alum. Sprayer Tank. Scaffolding w/Wheels. Galvanized Roof Tin, Elec. Overhead Wire. Several Feet of ½” Cable. Many Implement Tires & Rims. 100 Gallon Fuel Tank w/12 Volt Pump. Wire Winder. (17) 22 Ft. Rafters. 8” “I” Beams. Corn Crib Tunnels. Fuel Barrels. JD Planter Insect. Boxes. Cattle Oilers & Pickup Tool Boxes. Windmill Tower Parts. Pigeon Hole Parts Bin. Antique Ford Car Body. Plus, many more miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. JIM HUTTMANN ESTATE For more information please call Tim Huttmann @ 402-616-3809. Terms: Cash or Bankable Check. Not Responsible For Accidents or Theft. For Complete Listing & Photos Visit Our Web Site www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: CREAMER HEIMES JANSSEN AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS L.L.C. Hartington, NE — RYAN CREAMER 402.254.9753 ALTON HEIMES 402.254.3315 ROGER JANSSEN: 402.388.4409
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