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May 22, 2018 • Page 10 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Regents Launch Search For Next Executive Director PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Board of Regents invites nominations and applications for the position of executive director and chief executive officer. The board also has announced a constituent panel to assist the regents in reviewing candidates for the position. Board President Bob Sutton says the regents seek a highly-qualified individual to build upon a sound statewide academic tradition, supporting the higher education needs of a student population numbering 36,600 and a faculty and staff of about 5,100. “This position offers great opportunity to an individual who will bring confident, discerning, and stable leadership to South Dakota's public system of higher education, consisting of the state's six broadly diverse public universities and two special schools,” Sutton said. The constituent panel istrators—Venky Venkatachalam, dean of the USD Beacom School of Business; Heather Forney, SDSM&T controller and director of finance; Dennis Hedge, SDSU provost and vice president for academic affairs. • Foundations, Alumni, and Industry— Steve Meeker, BHSU vice president for university advancement; Rich Naser, president of Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship, Sioux Falls; Dan Rykhus, CEO of Raven Industries, Sioux Falls. • Board System Staff— Janelle Toman, director of communications; Nathan Lukkes, assistant vice president for research and economic development; Guilherme Costa, general counsel. • State Legislature— Rep. Timothy Johns, Lead; Sen. Jeff Partridge, Rapid City; Sen. Brock Greenfield, Clark; Rep. Dan Ahlers, Dell Rapids. represents groups who work within and closely with the public university system. Accepting appointment to the constituent panel are the following: • Faculty Members — Robb Winter, department head and professor, SDSM&T Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering; Urla Marcus, director, BHSU Center for American Indian Studies; and Dave Grettler, NSU professor of history. • Student Members— Teagan McNary, USD; Tyler Harris, NSU; and Nick Alholinna, DSU. • Institutional Executives— SDSU President Barry Dunn; DSU President José-Marie Griffiths; Marje Kaiser, superintendent of the South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired and the South Dakota School for the Deaf. • Institutional Admin- • Governor’s Staff Representative— Liza Clark, commissioner of the Bureau of Finance and Management. • Department of Education— Secretary Don Kirkegaard. • Board of Technical Education— Diana VanderWoude, Sioux Falls. The next executive director will succeed Michael G. Rush, who leaves the South Dakota higher education system later this month. The search is being assisted by James McCormick, Janice Fitzgerald, and Tom Layzell of AGB Search. Applications and nominations are being accepted until June 18. For more information about the search process and instructions for applications and nominating candidates, visit https://www. sdbor.edu/execsearch/ Pages/default.aspx. USDA Invests $5.9 Million In South Dakota Rural Community Facility Improvements HURON, SD May 16, 2018 – USDA Rural Development South Dakota State Director Julie Gross highlighted today that more than $5.9 million in Community Facilities Direct Loan Program funds were invested to help improve infrastructure in three South Dakota rural communities. The recently passed 2018 Omnibus bill increased the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 budget for the program to $2.8 billion, up $200 million from FY 2017. “The projects announced today will help these rural communities improve their economic opportunities,” said Gross. “Infrastructure is a top priority at Rural Development and we are committed to assisting South Dakota’s rural communities with growth and prosperity.” Nationally, USDA invested $243 million in rural community facility improvements in 22 states. More than 100 types of projects are Book 65 eligible for funding, such as schools, health care facilities, libraries and infrastructure improvements. Eligible applicants include municipalities, public bodies, nonprofit organizations and federally and state-recognized Native American tribes in rural areas with a population of 20,000 or less. There is no limit on the size of the loans. Loan amounts have ranged from $10,000 to $165 million. South Dakota awardees include: • City of Webster is receiving an additional $200,000 loan to finance the renovation of the City’s fire hall building. The improvements will alleviate health and safety concerns, as well as provide an updated and more efficient fire hall facility for this rural South Dakota community. • City of Sturgis is receiving a $4,600,000 loan to make improvements to the campus of the public works department. Three buildings Sudoku #5 for great 9 8 at your specials local restaurants! 4 4 In Print and Online! PIERRE, S.D. - Producers and bankers can benefit by utilizing tax-exempt bond programs for livestock development 2 3 6 6 4 5 projects through the Value Added Finance Authority (VAFA). Tax-exempt bond programs through the VAFA can be 4 8 1 5 9 utilized to obtain lower interest rates on bank financing for waste disposal projects. 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Acting Commissioner Berryhill encourages everyone to visit the agency’s website to enjoy the baby names list and create a my Social Security account at www. socialsecurity.gov/myaccount. my Social Security is a personalized online account that people can use beginning in their working years and continuing through to the time they receive Social Security benefits. Social Security beneficiaries can have instant access to their benefit verification letter, payment history, and complete earnings record by establishing a my Social Security account. Beneficiaries also can change their address, start or change direct deposit information, and print a replacement SSA-1099 online. People receiving benefits can request a replacement Medicare card online. Individuals age 18 and older who are not receiving benefits can also sign up for a my Social Security account to get their personalized online Social Security Statement. The online Statement provides workers with secure and convenient access to their Social Security earnings and benefit information, and estimates of future benefits they can use to plan for their retirement. The agency began compiling the baby name list in 1997, with names dating back to 1880. At the time of a child’s birth, parents supply the name to the agency when applying for a child’s Social Security card, thus making Social Security America’s source for the most popular baby names. In addition to each state’s top baby names (and names for U.S. territories), Social Security’s website has a list of the 1,000 most popular boys and girls names for 2017. To read about the winners for the biggest jump in popularity and to see how pop culture affects baby names, go to https://www.socialsecurity.gov/news/ press/releases/. 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