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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com March 6, 2018 • Page 3 Michels Honored With First Dakota National Bank Makes $500,000 Donation To SDSU Precision Distinguished Legislative Service Award At Agriculture Building Project BROOKINGS, S.D. - March 1, 2018 - First Dakota National Bank has pledged a $500,000 donation to support the construction of a precision agriculture facility at South Dakota State University. The donation will help support students who are pursuing the first four-year precision agriculture degree offered by a landgrant university in the U.S. “Today’s technology is increasing the speed of change on the farm and ranch. Producers who don’t embrace that change will get left behind. SDSU’s precision ag project will be critical to keeping our farmers and ranchers competitive. First Dakota is proud to make this investment in the future of the ag industry and our clients,” said Nate Franzen, First Dakota National Bank ag division president. Precision agriculture integrates sophisticated technology and action- able data into management practices. As farmers and ranchers strive to efficiently feed a growing population, the demand continues to rise for agricultural technology that helps maintain environmental stewardship and allows producers to optimize inputs and improve profitability on each acre. “Agriculture is our state’s No. 1 industry. First Dakota is heavily invested and committed to this industry. We are excited to help SDSU continue its vision to stay on the cutting edge of advancing the region’s agricultural interests,” said Larry Ness, CEO and chairman of the board of First Dakota National Bank. SDSU’s bachelor’s degree and minor in precision agriculture combines collaborative efforts encompassing the departments of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science, and the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering. Students are learning about cuttingedge developments at the rapidly evolving intersection of agronomics, high-speed sensor technology, data management and advanced machinery development. The First Dakota National Bank donation will help students learn in facilities that prepare them for lifelong careers supporting economically and environmentally sustainable agriculture. “SDSU is extremely grateful to First Dakota National Bank for its contribution to the precision ag project,” says Don Marshall, Interim dean of the College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences. “We share a vision of the value of precision technology for efficient agricultural production and its importance in educating tomorrow’s ag-related workforce.“ Find BIG Savings... When You Place Your Ad In The Classifieds! Gov. Daugaard Signs Bills Into Law PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Daugaard signed the following bills into law Feb. 27: SB 15 – revise the composition of the state trunk highway system. SB 16 – repeal certain curb ramp construction specifications for municipalities. SB 31 – make an appropriation to reimburse health care professionals who have complied with the requirements for certain health care recruitment assistance programs and to declare an emergency. SB 34 – revise certain provisions regarding registration for pesticide products. SB 47 – authorize the completion of the sports performance enhancement facility arena and the outdoor track and soccer complex at the University of South Dakota, to make WE S LD S S S LD S LD S LD S LD S LD S LD S LD LD LD IT IN THE DS CLASSIFIE Bring more shoppers to your door with locally focused advertising from the experts. Your Ad Here! MV Shopper In Print and Online! Call 665-5884 MV Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency. SB 55 – revise certain provisions regarding the tax on endoparasiticides and ectoparasiticides. SB 74 – create an exception to the minimum difference in age between adoptive parent and child and to declare an emergency. SB 141 – establish certain provisions regarding pharmacy benefits management. HB 1033 – revise certain licensing renewal proce- RON’S AUTO Business Day Matt Michels, South Dakota’s 38th lieutenant governor, was presented with the Chamber’s Distinguished Legislative Service award during the Chamber’s 42nd annual Business Day at the Legislature in Pierre. David Owen, president and chief lobbyist for the South Dakota Chamber of Commerce & Industry stated that “This award provided the perfect opportunity to recognize Michels’ lifelong commitment to public service and to the citizens of South Dakota.” With the award, Michels was honored for his service to the citizens of South Dakota. Michels served as a member of the South Dakota House of Representatives for eight years from 1999 to 2006. While in the legislature, Matt served for two years as Speaker Pro Tempore and as Speaker of the House for four years. He was the first person to serve two terms as Speaker since the 1950s. The Chamber didn’t honor Lt. Governor Michels for longevity or his survival skills – the award salutes his long record of working to find solutions to very complex issues by bringing together the people who find those answers. He has been a steadfast advocate for growing the economy and also applying the role of government in providing services essential to a society and the marketplace. Michels was elected on a ticket with Governor Dennis Daugaard in 2010 and took office in January 2011. The Daugaard/ Michels team was reelected in 2014, with a 45 point margin of victory — breaking a 110 year record. As Lieutenant Governor, Matt is the President of the Senate and a member of the Governor’s Executive Committee, and a key player in the Governor’s policy and legislative strategy. Matt also serves as the Chairman of the National Lieutenant Governor’s Association. The purpose of the Distinguished Legislative Service award is to recognize a state legislator or official who has provided leadership on issues related to maintaining a positive business climate in South Dakota and/or who has a record of supporting such issues. The award was presented by Jafar Karim, Black Hills Energy, 2011-2017 member of the Board of Directors and current co-chair of the South Dakota Chamber’s Business Day event. 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