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August 28, 2018 • Page 10 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Summer In South Dakota www.missourivalleyshopper.com By Sen. John Thune While I’ll likely regret saying this in January when I’m knee deep in the white stuff, every season in South Dakota has its advantages and is worth experiencing, but few, if any, outmatch summer in the 605. The temperature is hard to beat (sometimes quite literally) and there are a ton of things to do outdoors, which means more chances to spend time with friends and family. And while the summer weather will eventually give way to cooler temps and a new season, I’m taking advantage of every opportunity I can while I’m home this time of year. Summer is typically pretty quiet in Washington, D.C. Most years, Congress dedicates a few weeks in August to give members more time to travel across their states and spend valuable time hearing from their constituents, something I do every year, not just in August. This year, though, the Senate will spend a good portion of the month back in Washington, continuing to pass critical legislation and processing important judicial nominations, which have been unnecessarily delayed by some of my Senate colleagues. Despite the obstruction, I’m committed to staying as long as it takes to complete this important work. Given this year’s shorter summer state work period, I’m squeezing in as much road time in South Dakota as I can this month, and I’m glad to have already seen so many familiar faces along the way. My most recent trip through Madison happened to coincide with Miracle Treat Day, which means one thing: a pit stop at Dairy Queen. Before I got my Blizzard, I ran into DeLon, the owner, and congratulated him on the good work he does year Zimmerman Named NASDVA www.missourivalleyshopper.com Midwest District Vice President PIERRE, S.D. – Larry Zimmerman, secretary of the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs has been named the Midwest District Vice President of the National Association of State Directors of Veterans Affairs (NASDVA). Officers and committee members for 2018-2019 were elected during their conference in Boston August 12-15. As Midwest District Vice President, Zimmerman will represent Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin, while also serving on the NASDVA Executive Committee. The NASDVA members represent all fifty states, the District of Columbia, ing units for military vet- Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. They are united by a common goal to make a difference in the lives of our veterans. These leaders are tasked by their respective Governors, State Boards and/or Commissions with the responsibility to address the needs of veterans regardless of age, gender, era of service, military branch of service. They are connected by the bonds of honorable service and united by their common goal to make a positive difference in the lives of our veterans. Topics addressed during their conference included: opioid epidemic, addiction services, hous- veterans, transition, suicide prevention services, healthcare, substance use and mental health disorders, concussion research, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, Home Base, National Wounded Vet Run, Engagement Approach by Team Red, White and Blue, Vet Center programs, memorial affairs, and family caregivers. “NASDVA meets twice a year representing the nation and territories,” said Secretary Zimmerman. “It is rewarding to be a part of a national organization with a voice that influences VA and congressional leaders.” American Samoa, Guam, erans program, homes for www.missourivalleyshopper.com Northern Mariana Islands, veterans, fair housing for www.missourivalleyshopper.com www.missourivalleyshopper.com www.missourivalleyshopper.com AUCTIONS after year for the community and region. It’s truly remarkable what he’s been able to accomplish for such a good cause. While I was home, I also made it to Lake County Achievement Days, the Sioux Falls Kiwanis Club’s annual pancake feed, and toured several successful local businesses, including Horton in Britton, Specialized Machine in Tea, Enertech Global in Mitchell, and employee-owned Inland Truck Parts in Sioux Falls. Fortunately for me, but unfortunately for the audience, I imagine, I joined Mogen’s Heroes on stage at the Sioux Empire Fair for our annual rendition of “You Are My Sunshine.” Speaking of fair season, summer wouldn’t be complete without a stop at the Turner County Fair, which happens to be South Dakota’s longest running fair. It’s always a good time. There’s no question that South Dakotans are my best advisors, so I’m always eager to hear what’s on people’s minds. I met with folks from Mobridge, Selby, and Java and spent time with community leaders in Faith and Britton. I appreciate everyone who joined me for coffee in Philip, Langford, and Pierpont and all of the young leaders who invited me to address the Sioux Falls Young Professionals Network. Thankfully, summer isn’t over, nor are my stops around the state. I look forward to catching up with you and your family soon, so if we cross paths, please be sure to say hello. In the meantime, if you have questions about how I can help you navigate the federal bureaucracy, or if you have an idea or feedback about something I’m working on, please don’t hesitate to write, call, or email – I’m all ears. WEED Project Booth At The 2018 S.D. State Fair BROOKINGS, S.D. Growers will have an opportunity to vote whether or not Wormwood sage should be considered a noxious weed during the 2018 South Dakota State Fair, held in Huron Aug. 30Sept. 3. The straw poll vote will take place at the SDSU Extension SDSU WEED Project booth. Recommendations from this polling will be passed along with 3 Bedroom Home and Personal Property recommendations to the S.D. Weed Commission. In addition to voting, SDSU Extension staff will be on sight to answer South Dakotans weed questions in booth Southeast corner of EXPO building. "There is a lot of concern on control of Wormwood sage/ Absinth wormwood in pasture range and no-till fields," said Paul O. LAND AUCTION 155.6± Acres • Holt County, Nebraska Wednesday, August 29th • 5:30PM Located: 32018 White Street, Burbank, SD (1 blk North of Whimps) This home was built in 2000 with 1458 sqft of living area. Home has 2 baths, Book 66 3 bedrooms, family room with fireplace, dinette area, kitchen complete with gas range, dishwasher & side by side refrigerator. There is an attached 2 car heated garage with asphalt driveway. This house has a#1 Sudoku nice open floor plan with lots of room and closets throughout. Home has steel roof and vinyl siding. Home 2 7 has propane heat and central air. Nice large yard with plenty of room for playset or garden. 500 gal. propane tank goes with the sale of the property. Sits just 8 9 minutes from Vermillion and only 30 minutes to Sioux City! Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment 4 day of auction 3 balance due due 1 with 9 on closing day of September 29, 2018. Title insurance and closing cost split 3 50/50 between buyer & seller. Taxes prorated to day of closing. Wayne Groe, attorney is the closing agent. Auctioneers are acting as agents for the seller. 7 6 5 8 Taxes are $1518. 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Johnson explained that this weed is being considered as an addition to the Statewide Noxious weed registry. Currently Wormwood sage/ Absinth wormwood is declared a locally noxious weed in 39 South Dakota counties. In addition to voting, Johnson and the SDSU Extension team make the SDSU WEED Project booth a one stop location to get weed questions answered by the experts. The booth also features a weed display which includes crop and pasture weeds along with a lawn and garden weeds. "Along with experts to answer questions, the booth contains several publications South Dakotans can take home as resources," Johnson said. Publications include the South Dakota Weeds 2017 edition. Bring weed samples to the fair for identification Is there a weed you'd like help identifying? Johnson encourages South Dakotans to bring samples or photos with them to the State Fair SDSU WEED Project booth. Whether a weed sample or photo is brought to the fair, Johnson reminds folks that for accurate identification, experts will need to see as much of the plant as possible Looking for the best deal in town? Check the CLASSIFIEDS! MV Shopper 319 Walnut St. Yankton, SD 57078 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 605-665-5884
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