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September 11, 2011 • Page 8 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Be The One By Gov. Dennis Daugaard Suicide is a growing problem in South Dakota. Last year we had the highest number of suicides on record. It was the ninth leading cause of death and the second leading cause of death for individuals age 10 to 34. Around 5 percent of the population experiences thoughts of suicide each year. Even more alarming, a 2015 survey of South Dakota found that those thoughts are more prevalent for high schoolers, with 1 in 6 students having suicidal thoughts or tendencies. A recent Center for Disease Control report found over half of the individuals who died by suicide did not have any known mental health issues. Although depression and mental illness can be the underlying cause, relationship issues or other obstacles in life may lead someone to consider suicide. One of the ways to prevent suicide is to talk about it. We can empower those who struggle by letting them know they’re not alone. Many people experience thoughts of despair, and 1315 there is help out there. At the state level, we are talking about it as much as we can. Through a campaign called BeThe1SD, we are spreading the word about warning signs and where to find help. We have a 24/7 Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-TALK), Community Mental Health Centers that offer mental health services and supports across the state, and a whole host of resources at sdsuicideprevention.org. On the website you can find toolkits for local groups and information about suicide and support groups for survivors and family members who have lost loved ones. I’m encouraging South Dakotans to talk about suicide as well. I have challenged community groups to hold events during the month of September, which is Suicide Prevention Month. Reaching out to someone can make all the difference, but how do we start the conversation? How do we identify the warning signs? When should we ask, “Are you okay?” I hope schools, churches, clubs, families and circles Drivers 1320 Art's Garbage Service in Crofton is seeking a Route Driver $4,000 sign-on bonus. Driving experience preferred. Class B CDL preferred. Benefits include health, dental, 401K, paid holidays, paid time off, uniforms. Apply online: www.NorfolkWasteConnections.com Questions call 402-644-8300. NOW HIRING! Join The Difference!! n nO Sig onus B 2 Sig nO nB onu s $50 0 1st Shif t Education 1320 Santee Community School is currently accepting applications for an Early Childhood teacher to begin immediately. Interested applicants should mail a letter of application, resume and references to: Santee Community School 206 Frazier Ave East Niobrara NE 68760 or email kmack@santeeschools.org You may also inquire about the position by calling the school at 402-857-2741. !! es EW ag N ing W t ar St 5d0h0s 1,& 3r S ift $ nd of friends throughout our state will engage in the fight to save lives by leading these kinds of discussions. A couple of weeks ago, five South Dakota Department of Transportation employees made headlines as they went above and beyond their duties. Gary, Adam, Chris, Curt and Jordan were north of Sioux Falls when they got word of a young man headed toward the Marion Road overpass on I-90. The young man was in despair and had the intention of taking his own life. When he climbed onto the overpass, the five men from DOT rushed to him. They stopped traffic, broke the young man’s fall and prevented him from running into traffic. Their actions saved this young man’s life. Never underestimate the immense value of your life or the impact you can have on someone else. Have the courage to be the one. One question, one smile, one conversation, one instance of going above and beyond could save a life. Reminder To Remove Hay Bales From The Right Of Way PIERRE, S.D. - The South Dakota Department of Transportation reminds land owners hay remaining in highway ditches after Oct. 1 is deemed illegal. After Oct. 1, the department will remove or authorize the removal of any illegal hay bales remaining in the public right of way. Any person wishing to claim ownership of illegal bales must obtain a permit from the South Dakota Department of Transportation. Those permits are issued on a firstcome first-served basis and allow permit holders to take ownership of any illegal hay bale. Permits are available at Department of Transportation area offices in the following communities: Aberdeen, Belle Fourche, Custer, Huron, Mitchell, Mobridge, Pierre, Rapid City, Sioux Falls, Watertown, Winner and Yankton. Phone numbers can be found on the website at http:// www.sddot.com/dot/region/Default.aspx. For more information, contact the Division of Operations at 605-773-3571. the Missouri Valley Shopper In print and online! www.missourivalleyshopper.com Education 1340 Part-Time 1360 ESU #1 seeks applicants for the following part time position starting immediately Early Development Network Services Coordinator This position is subject to a veterans preference. Work with families of children birth to three with special needs residing in Cedar and Knox counties. Background in education or health and human services recommended. PART-TIME MANAGEMENT Manager at Morgen Square Part-time position Part-time manager/maintenance at Morgen Square, 10-12 hours per week. Application available at Job Service or call Marv Looby 605-338-6170. • Health, Dental & Vision Insurance (4) Blue Cross Blue Shield Plans to Choose From (3) Dental Plans to Choose From •Company Paid Short Term & Long Term Disability $50,000 Life Insurance •Quarterly Profit Sharing •Retirement 401K Plan Apply Online www.parker.com an or pick up application at Th ’s A 1901 Hastings Dr., Yankton ore , It M ob er! A J Care 605-857-8400 HELP WANTED ASSEMBLERS – 2ND OR 3RD SHIFT: Mechanically inclined assembler with 1 year related work experience. Blueprint reading experience a plus. TUBE MACHINE OPERATORS – 3RD SHIFT: 1 year mechanical work experience needed. Ability to operate machinery necessary. INDUSTRIAL PAINTER – 2ND OR 3RD SHIFT: Industrial paint experience preferred, but will train suitable applicant. MAINTENANCE – 2ND OR 3RD SHIFT: Clean, repair, maintain, build and fabricate equipment for buildings and grounds at the plant. Coordinate with vendors and outside contractors on building or maintenance improvement projects and repairs when needed. 750 $ Sign On Bonus We offer competitive wages, great benefit package, 401K and family orientated business. Clean work environment. Must be 18 or older and have a HS diploma/GED, and ability to pass preemployment screenings. L&M Radiator, Inc., is a worldwide designer, manufacturer, and distributor of MESABI® industrial radiators and heat exchangers that services equipment in mobile construction, mining, agriculture, rail road and oil and gas industries. NEW STARTING WAGE! Applications can be completed by going to... MESABI.COM CLASS-A CDL Regional Driver. Good home time. Great pay and benefits. Matching 401k. Bonuss and tax-free money. No touch freight. Experience needed. Call Scott 507460-9011. Apply on-line WWW.MCFGTL.COM (MCN) NEW AUTHORS WANTED! Page Publishing will help you self-publish your own book. FREE author submission kit! Limited offer! Why wait? Call now: 855-623-8796 (MCN) Submit an application by visiting: www.esu1.org Send letter of interest and resume to: Personnel ESU#1 211 Tenth Street Wakefield, NE 68784-5014 402.287.2061 Manager Trainee (Formerly Baldwin Filters • Yankton, SD) Benefits Start The 1st Of The Month After Hire Income Opportunity is hiring a Full Time Heavy Equipment Operator CDL required Pre-employment drug screen and background check required Great benefits and earning potential. Career opportunities available upon completion of training program. Bachelor’s degree in a business field preferred, but not required. Must be open to relocation. Add’l $3.00 per hour for weekend hours. Call 605-267-2768 Email xkv8tor@yahoo.com Apply in person at: 3210 Broadway Ave Yankton SD, 57078 SOUTH DAKOTA HUMAN SERVICES CENTER WALK-IN Interview Event Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018 1:00PM-5:00PM Yankton Dept of Labor 3113 Spruce St., Suite 124 (Job Service Office) Bring Your Resume and References! •CNA’S ($1,000 hiring incentive) •Custodial Crew Leaders •Excellent benefits package (for full and part-time positions) that includes: 3 weeks vacation, 10 paid holidays, employer paid health insurance, fully matched retirement plan for employees and more! Shift Pay For PM/Nights! $1.50/Hr. Weekend Pay! For more information please call 605-668-3118
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