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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com April 17, 2018 • Page 3 Continuing The Courtesy Patrol’s Legacy Ballot Question Petition Validated For 2018 General Election Ballot By Gov. Dennis Daugaard Eighty-three years ago, Gov. Tom Berry appointed South Dakota’s first patrolmen to enforce traffic laws and provide assistance to the public. Gov. Berry assigned ten men to what was then called the "Courtesy Patrol." Each was given a car called a "milk wagon," a tow chain, a first aid kit and a gallon of gasoline. The new officers were assigned to patrol the 2,000 miles of hard-surfaced roads and 4,000 miles of gravel highways. Since the day Gov. Berry appointed those ten men, the South Dakota Highway Patrol has developed from a reactive organization to a proactive group of men and women that anticipates changes in highway safety and enforcement techniques. The Patrol has matured into a professional law enforcement agency prepared to respond to the needs of the public it serves. This coming week 12 new recruits will officially join South Dakota’s Highway Patrol and continue the legacy of the original ten. Class 60 is made up of nine men and three women, and we will celebrate their completion of recruit academy and field training at a ceremony in the Rotunda of the Capitol Building. Our graduates put in a lot of hard work to make it through training. They completed 13 weeks of law enforcement basic training, 10 weeks in Highway Patrol Academy and 10 weeks of field training. They endured rigorous physical training and their work in the classroom included memorization of laws, radio codes, policies and procedures. They received the latest instructions about firearms, defensive tactics, vehicle stops, search and seizure, accident investigation, DUI enforcement and motor carrier enforcement. Then they took that new knowledge and skills to the field and did exceedingly well with all of the challenges presented to them. It’s easy for us to take our way of life for granted. There are many places around the world where chaos is the norm. In these places, lawlessness prevails and people live in fear, facing daily uncertainty over whether they’ll be able to protect themselves and their families. The difference between those places and the place we call home boils down to law enforcement. Without enforcement, laws are useless and democracies collapse. So while our new recruits will be investigating crimes, keeping our highways safe, and protecting property, they will also be preserving our free society. They, along with the rest of the men and women who serve in law enforcement roles, deserve much credit for our way of life. PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission allocated 222 licenses for the 2018 and 2019 archery elk hunting seasons. The season will run the month of September for both years and will have 142 any elk and 80 antlerless elk licenses available. The 2018 and 2019 Black Hills elk hunting seasons will have 425 any elk and 700 antlerless elk licenses available for both years. The 2018 and 2019 prairie elk hunting seasons will have 68 any elk and 73 antlerless elk licenses available for both years. Harding County (Unit 35A) has been added to the prairie elk hunting season. Custer State Park any elk hunters are now allowed to firearm hunt the entire month of October with nine any elk licenses available. In addition, 60 antlerless elk licenses are available among six different units with specified season dates for the 2018 and 2019 seasons. *2018-2020 Pheasant Hunting Seasons Announced PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota pheasant hunting seasons have been set for the next three years. The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission proposed no changes to the Youth, Resident Only and Traditional pheasant hunting seasons at their April meeting. Since no changes were proposed, these seasons are set for the next three years as described below. Youth Pheasant •October 6-10, 2018 •October 5-9, 2019 •October 3-7, 2020 Resident Pheasant Save $30 on a Summer AC Tune-Up! •October 13-15, 2018 •October 12-14, 2019 •October 10-12, 2020 Traditional Pheasant give us a call and we’ll Just •October 20, 2018 – January 6, 2019 rd th th th th send out 2nd & •October 19, 2019 December a2020 3 , 9 & 10 , 16 & 17 • 1-3:00PM – January 5, qualified •October 17, 2020Bring Your Cameras! like – JanuaryTechnician 301 E. 3rd Street, Yankton, SD Service 3, 2021 For more information on planning your next hunt, visit 665-3588 Tyler, to https://gfp.sd.gov/pheasant/. make sure your PIERRE, S.D. – Today, Secretary of State Shantel Krebs announced that the petition submitted for an initiated measure to establish a cap on the price a State agency may pay for a prescription drug was validated and filed by her office. It is the sixth ballot question to be placed on the November 6, 2018 General Election Ballot. It will be titled Initiated Measure 26. “We reviewed the random sample of signatures, and 71.83 percent were found to be valid,” stated Secretary Krebs. An Initiated Measure requires 13,871 valid signatures to be placed on the ballot. This initiated measure petition included 22,091 signatures. (22,091 x 71.8310 = 15,868 valid signatures) Any citizen may challenge the Secretary of State’s approval of a ballot measure and must submit an original, signed affidavit to the South Dakota Secretary of State’s office within 30 days of validation. Electronic submission of affidavits will not be accepted. The deadline for a challenge to Initiated Measure 26 would be Friday, May 11, 2018 by 5 p.m. central time. The office will review the initiated measure to legalize marijuana for medical use next. 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