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December 5, 2017 • Page 8 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Gov. Daugaard Appoints Freking And Sanderson Named Directors Dawn M. Elshere As Third Of Agricultural Development Division Circuit Judge PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard has announced that he will appoint Magistrate Judge Dawn M. Elshere as a circuit court judge in South Dakota’s Third Circuit Court in Brookings. “I thank Judge Elshere for accepting this appointment,” said Gov. Daugaard. “As a magistrate judge, she already understands the important role that judges play in our society. I particularly appreciate her advocacy for alternative courts.” Elshere will fill the vacancy created by the July retirement of Hon. Vince A. Foley. The Third Circuit includes Beadle, Brookings, Clark, Codington, Deuel, Kingsbury, Grant, Hamlin, Hand, Jerauld, Lake, Miner, Moody and Sanborn counties. “I am very excited and honored to be given the opportunity by Gov. Daugaard to serve the Third Circuit as a Circuit Court Judge,” said Elshere. “I’ve enjoyed my work as the Magistrate Judge and the Beadle County Drug Court Judge and I look forward to serving in the capacity as circuit court judge.” Elshere currently serves as a magistrate judge in the Third Circuit, a position she has held since 2015. Elshere was Codington County states’ attorney from 2007 to 2015. Prior to that service, she was a deputy states’ attorney in Codington and Brown counties, and was in private practice for five years. In 1994 and 1995, she was law clerk for Hon. Warren Johnson in the Eighth Circuit. Elshere is a native of Hosmer, South Dakota. She earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of South Dakota in 1991 and is a 1994 graduate of USD School of Law. Elshere administers the Beadle County drug court. She has served on the Unified Judicial System’s Judicial Training Committee and SAVIN Advisory Committee, and has worked as a trainer for the South Dakota Network Against Family Violence and Sexual Assault. Elshere and her husband, Brad, have two children. PIERRE, S.D. - Jeremy Freking has been named outreach and operations director and Bryan Sanderson has been named business development director of the South Dakota Department of Agriculture’s (SDDA) Agricultural Development Division. Freking grew up in Heron Lake, Minnesota, and graduated from the University of Minnesota with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural industries and marketing with an emphasis in plant and soil science. Previously, Freking worked as executive director of the South Dakota Soybean Research and Promotion Council/South Dakota Soybean Association, the South Dakota Biotech Association, and the South Dakota Pork Producers Council. Sanderson grew up in Lake Preston, South Dakota, and graduated from South Dakota State University with a bachelor’s degree in animal science and an agricultural business minor. Previously, Sanderson worked for Cargill and Land-O-Lakes Purina Feeds, and managed a feed yard. “Jeremy and Bryan bring a vast array of experience and knowledge to the positions. We are very excited to have them work to further the agriculture industry in South Dakota,” said South Dakota Secretary of Agriculture Mike Jaspers. The Agricultural Development Division is responsible for promotion and business development of South Dakota’s agricultural industry. To contact the Agricultural Development Division, call 605.773.5436. Agriculture is a major contributor to South Dakota’s economy, generating $25.6 billion in annual economic activity and employing over 115,000 South Dakotans. The South Dakota Department of Agriculture's mission is to promote, protect and preserve this industry for today and tomorrow. Visit us online at http://sdda.sd.gov or find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. AUCTIONS Auction 1:00 Dec. 10, 2017 Owners: Randy & Vanet Jensen On site: 31988 475 Ave Elk Point, S.D. Auctioneer notes: For picture and more go to Dakotarealty.com Antiques, Guns, boats, camper and more Madsen Auction Service Gary Madsen 605-638-0643 • Hazen Bye 605-670-0422 and Jim Brady 605-670-9638 GFP Reminds Hunters To Register For Winter Depredation Hunts PIERRE, S.D. – As winter approaches, South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) reminds resident hunters of unique opportunities that could exist later this winter. GFP’s Wildlife Damage Management Program assists ANTELOPE COUNTY, NE LAND AUCTION Congratulations THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2017 • 10 AM BRUNSWICK FIRE HALL • BRUNSWICK, NE A OFFERING 203 FRANKLIN STREET 159.02+/- Acres A This listing features a nice balance of productive irrigated cropland, grain storage, numerous outbuildings along with shelter belts which create a great setup for an exceptional livestock wintering headquarters. If you are in the market for a nice diversified operation check this one out! MARK YOUR CALENDARS! SEE YOU AT THE AUCTION! SELLERS: Elkhorn Valley Bank & Trust, Trustee of the Jane Baird Larsen Trust and David L Baird Trust under the Max Arlo Baird Trust Northeast Quarter of Section 34, Township 28N, Range 6 TRAVIS DOUGHERTY Broker / Auctioneer 320 South 4th Street • O’Neill, Nebraska 68763 Office: (402) 336-4444 www.LandMarketers.com Toll Free (844) LND-MRKT Land Auctions • Sales and Tax Deferred Exchanges in Nebraska, Iowa & South Dakota Baird Auction AD.indd 1 10/27/2017 10:32:39 AM fcsamerica.com THERE’S A REASON REAL ESTATE BUYERS LAND WITH US. Chef 4 U Catering Ribbon Cutting The Yankton Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors hosted a Ribbon Cutting for Chef 4 U Catering at their new location, 3402 E. Hwy 50 #2. Chef 4 U Catering is a commercial food delivery service, off site caterer and private chef. Owner is Scott McKee and can be contacted at 805-450-3779. landowners with wildlife depredation abatement programs and services. When other methods are ineffective, GFP may utilize hunters to help reduce damage caused by wildlife. “Winter depredation hunts are a valuable management tool that GFP uses in some situations to alleviate wildlife damage to landowners’ stored-feed supplies,” said wildlife damage program administrator, Keith Fisk. “Depredation hunts are largely dependent upon the severity of the winter, snowfall accumulations and the number of animals involved.” South Dakota residents may register for potential depredation hunts for deer, elk, antelope and turkey starting Dec. 1, 2017. Hunters can register free-ofcharge; however, if a hunter is selected for an elk depredation permit, there is a $20 fee. All other depredation permits are issued for free. Register at gfp.sd.gov/ hunting/depredation-hunts.aspx With the exception of hunters registering for elk, all other hunters are encouraged to register for counties near their home or within close driving distance. “Hunters may register for a maximum of 10 counties for any species other than elk,” said Fisk. “Depredation hunts are often time-sensitive and winter weather can sometimes make travel difficult for participating hunters. For a successful hunt, GFP needs participating hunters to be available at the hunt location almost immediately.” Once registered, hunters are then put into a random drawing to determine eligibility once a depredation hunt is authorized. During the winter of 2016-17, GFP issued 37 different deer depredation hunts across the state. Winter depredation hunts focus on assisting landowners with wildlife damage, but can also provide hunters with another opportunity after traditional hunting seasons are closed. 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