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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com November 28, 2017 • Page 9 SD National Guard USDA Invests More Than $1 Billion To Members Return Home Improve Health Care In Rural Areas From Puerto Rico WATERTOWN, S.D. Four members of the South Dakota Army National Guard's Company A, 139th Brigade Support Battalion, returned home Nov. 19 after serving more than six weeks supporting hurricane recovery operations in Puerto Rico. The Soldiers from the Watertown-based unit provided water distribution to those in need in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. "I'm most proud of the fact that our Soldiers, along with members of the Puerto Rico and Ohio National Guard, were able to work together seamlessly to produce and distribute 920,000 gallons of water to the locals of Puerto Rico," said Staff Sgt. Greg Beynon of Sioux Falls. "To help out and see the people's faces and hear their thanks made me feel like I was truly helping." The Soldiers deployed to Puerto Rico Oct. 8 with two Load Handling System vehicles and trailers equipped with four Compatible Water Tank Racks, or "Hippos." Each Hippo has the capability to receive, store and distribute up to 2,000 gallons of potable water per system. "Knowing that we are needed, beyond a home state crisis or a military conflict, was the most significant thing about this operation to me as a Soldier in the South Dakota National Guard" said Sgt. 1st Class Roger Mitchell of Watertown. "I am really proud of the way everyone worked together to help those who needed it, regardless of our military branch or state of origin." While there, the Soldiers personally distributed more than 420,000 gallons of water to Puerto Rico residents. The unit members also helped to setup two water purification sites and two water distribution sites, which allowed for a total of 920,000 gallons of water to be distributed in support of relief efforts. "Being part of the National Guard was significant in this mission because I could use my training and my military skills to help," said Spc. Jorges Morales, originally from Puerto Rico. "My greatest pride in this experience was being able to help my people in such a difficult situation. "Returning in these conditions was hard and painful," said Morales, who had not visited the island since 2014, "but it was more than an honor to be part of a team willing to help and cover a need. I was very satisfied with my work, my team, and that I can say 'mission accomplished.'" U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue today announced that USDA provided more than $1 billion in Fiscal Year 2017 to help improve access to health care services in rural communities. “USDA invests in a wide range of health care facilities – such as hospitals, clinics and treatment centers – to help ensure that rural residents have access to the same state-of-the art care available in urban and metropolitan areas,” Perdue said. “I understand that building a prosperous rural America begins with healthy people. Ensuring that rural communities have access to quality medical care is a top priority for USDA.” USDA invested more than $1 billion in rural health care in Fiscal Year 2017 through the Community Facilities Direct Loan Program. The loans can be used to fund essential community services. For health care, this includes to construct, expand or improve health care facilities such as hospitals, medical clinics, dental clinics and assisted-living facilities, as well as to purchase equipment. Public bodies, non-profit organizations and federally recognized tribes in rural areas and towns with up to 20,000 people are eligible for these loans. The following is an example of a rural health care project that USDA funded in South Dakota during FY 2017: • Burke Community Memorial Hospital received a $5.5 million loan to construct an addition to the existing medical facility in Burke. The upgraded facility will house an expanded patient and exam addition, include renovated space for emergency services, and outpatient services. Patient services will include six exam rooms, large nurse station and support, reception, waiting area, and administrative offices, emergency department with two ED bays, consultation area, covered ambulance garage with decontamination area, and lab facilities will include X-ray area, CT scan area and lab room, along with a new pharmacy. This new facility will provide the space needed to operate more efficiently and maintains the delivery of cost effective, quality healthcare, as well as allows for future growth and expanded economic opportunity. The entrance will be welcoming to the entire community and the Emergency Room stands ready to serve local, regional, and visiting residents. USDA Rural Development provides loans and grants to help expand economic opportunities and create jobs in rural areas. 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The improvements include a remodeled 5 Bedroom, 2 Story Home, Detached Double Garage, 2 Barns, several hog buildings, B-Y Rural Water, 17,500 Bu of Grain Storage Bins, Silo and large shelterbelt. Nice building site with lots of potential possibilities. The annual real estate taxes are $4,604.50. The predominate soil types are Egan-Ethan Complex, Ethan-Egan Complex, EganWentworth Complex, Worthing Silty Clay Loam and it has a soil productivity rating of 71.9. It has approximately 100 acres tillable with several waterways passing through it and the balance in pasture and building site. It is possible that more of the pasture could be farmed. We invite you to view the farmland at any time. To view home and buildings, come to Open Houses. For buyers info packet and pictures, visit our website at www.wiemanauction.com or call 800-251-3111. Open House to View Improvements: Wednesday, November 15th 3:00 – 5:00 and Wednesday, November 22nd 2:30 – 4:30 PM LEGAL: The SW ¼ of Section 14-97-55, Turner County, South Dakota Terms: Cash Sale with a 10% nonrefundable down payment the day of the sale and the balance on January 15, 2018. Warranty Deed will be provided. Title insurance to be utilized with cost split 50/50 between buyer and seller. Possession of land and buildings upon final settlement. Seller will pay all 2017 RE Taxes. Buyer to pay all 2018 RE Taxes. Sold subject to confirmation by the owner. Wieman Land & Auction Co., Inc. is representing the seller in this transaction. Land is subject to survey if sold in separate tracts. RALPH & LUCILLE MARQUARDT, OWNERS Wieman Land & Auction Co. Inc. Marion, SD • 800-251-3111 Gary & Rich Wieman Brokers, Kevin, Mike, Ryan & Derek Wieman and Ron Leitheiser, Assoc. Brokers Dale L. Strassern, Closing Agent, 605-925-7745, Freeman SD www.wiemanauction.com
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