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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com September 4, 2018 • Page 5 New at in Yankton Whole Earth Farms Dog and Cat Food ALE Goodness From the Earth ON S W NO 20¢ to 30¢ off Canned Dog & Cat Food and $2 to $5 off Bagged Dog & Cat Food Pheasant Survey Indicates 47 Percent 2018 Governor’s Awards Increase For South Dakota's 100th Hunting Season Ceremony Scheduled PIERRE, S.D. – According to the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP), this year’s pheasant brood survey shows a 47 percent increase over last year. The 2018 statewide pheasants-per-mile (PPM) index is 2.47, up from the 2017 index of 1.68. “A substantial increase in the pheasants-per-mile index is an exciting prospect for South Dakota’s 100th pheasant hunting season this fall,” stated Kelly Hepler, GFP Secretary. “Weather conditions continue to play a significant role when it comes to bird numbers and better weather helped this year with the average pheasant brood size increasing 22 percent over last year.” From late July through mid-August, GFP surveyed 110, thirty-mile routes across the state’s pheasant range to estimate pheasant production and calculate the PPM index. The survey is not a population estimate, but rather compares the number of pheasants observed on the routes and establishes trend information. Statewide, 85 of the 110 survey routes had a higher PPM than 2017. “We are pleased to see pheasant numbers improve across the state; particularly in the far eastern part of the state where hunters will have more opportunities to harvest birds than in recent years,” stated Hepler. “The full report provides an overview of upland habitat; which remains a concern for all wildlife across the state. Just as changes in landscape-level habitat conditions have produced peaks and valleys in the pheasant population for 100 years, habitat will again be the key to preserving pheasant hunting for another century." The Walk-in Area (WIA) program added 39,000 new acres in addition to 8,000 new acres last year. With 1.1 million acres of public hunting land within the heart of South Dakota’s pheasant range, great opportunities remain for public access to pheasant hunting. Hepler said hunters should notice far fewer disturbed CRP fields compared to last year when emergency haying and grazing was authorized in response to severe drought conditions. The annual hunting atlas and a web-based interactive map of public lands and private lands leased for public hunting can be found at https://gfp.sd.gov/hunting-areas/. In addition to printed and interactive maps, hunters can utilize GPS downloads and smartphone applications to locate public hunting lands throughout the state. Hunters are again asked to hunt safely and ethically, respect private landowners and those public hunting areas scattered across the state. “Challenges exist to maintain habitat, desirable pheasant population levels, and to recruit a new generation of hunters to preserve this truly special sport of pheasant hunting. Take time this fall to celebrate the hunt, the sense of community and comradery while appreciating how deeply rooted the tradition of pheasant hunting has been for the last 100 years,” concluded Hepler. South Dakota’s traditional statewide pheasant hunting season opens on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018, and runs through Jan. 6, 2019. PIERRE, S.D. - Gov. Dennis Daugaard will recognize individuals and employers for their contributions to the rehabilitation and employment of South Dakotans with disabilities at the 2018 Governor’s Awards ceremony on Sept. 25. The event will be held in the Capitol Rotunda inside the South Dakota State Capitol Building located at 500 E. Capitol Ave. in Pierre starting at 10a.m. CDT. A reception will follow at the Casey Tibbs Rodeo center located at 210 Verendrye Dr. in Ft. Pierre. Gov. Daugaard will present awards to the following 2018 recipients: • Catherine Greseth of Rapid City - Outstanding Citizen with a Disability • Emma Lemus Arriaga of Watertown - Outstanding Citizen with a Disability • Ryan Bartz of Sioux Falls - Outstanding Employee with a Disability • Burger King #1187 of Mobridge - Outstanding Private Employer (Small Employer) • Global Polymer of Madison - Outstanding Private Employer (Large Employer) • Outdoor Campus West/South Dakota Game Fish and Parks of Rapid City - Outstanding Employer •Dave Halverson of Sturgis – Outstanding Transition Services If you plan to attend or need more information, please contact the South Dakota Department of Human Services (DHS) at 605-773-5990. The Governor’s Awards ceremony is co-sponsored by the South Dakota Board of Vocational Rehabilitation, Read Board of Service to the Blind and Visually Impaired, the December 2nd & 3rd, 9th &and16th &Statewide Independent Living Council and DHS. 10th, 17th • 1-3:00PM Hall Of Honor Banquet For Charles Lien PIERRE, S.D. – The late Charles “Chuck” Lien of Rapid City is being inducted into the South Dakota Transportation Hall of Honor. A banquet, hosted by the Transportation Hall of Honor Committee, will be held in Chuck’s honor on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018, at the Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn in Rapid City. Festivities will begin at Noon with lunch and a program. Cost of the banquet is $30 with payment requested in advance. Interested in this spot? Reservations can be made by contacting Krystl Vermundson at 605.394.2244 no later than Sept. 20. Charles “Chuck” Lien was the founder, 75-year employee and Chairman of the Board for Pete Lien and Sons, Inc. Chuck worked in the mining business with his father Bring Your Cameras! Recycle and brother, spent time in the U.S. Army during WWII and with the S.D. National Guard during the Korean War, earned a degree in General Engineering from the University of Wyoming. Chuck is well known for both his business and philanthropic contributions to Rapid City. Always LOW Liquor Prices! •Busch & Busch Light 30 pks ........... $14.79 •Old Milwaukee & Light 30 pks ........$14.99 •Miller High Life & Light 30 pks ........$13.99 •Bud & Bud Light 24 pks ........................$16.99 109 W. 3rd St. • 605-665-7865 * Yankton Meridian District * www.yanktonrexall.com Sept. 6th-8th Tables & tables of items on display. INTERESTED IN THIS SPOT? Find the best DEALS in town! Call 665-5884 to place your ad here. Call 665-5884 to place your ad here. RiveRcity treasures & Pawn 301 E. 3rd Street, Yankton, www.missourivalleyshopper.com SD 665-3588 Interested www.missourivalleyshopper.com in this spot? 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