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November 6, 2018 • Page 10 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Promises Made And Promises Kept By Sen. John Thune Two years ago, when Republicans took control of the White House and Congress, we promised the American people that growing the economy was going to be our top priority, and we wasted no time getting to work. We knew the American people were all too familiar with an economy that was completely stuck in neutral. It wasn’t working to its potential, and there were too many politicians in Washington who seemed content with the status quo. Workers and businesses were facing too many obstacles. Families were seeing tighter budgets and flattening paychecks. Aside from the legislative complacency that got us there, much of the economic stagnation was the result of overly burdensome federal regulations and a tax code that was working against American taxpayers. So, it was time for a new approach. We set our sights on cutting government red tape – the kinds of heavy-handed regulations that can affect people throughout the country, including South Dakota, but are dreamed up by inside-the-Beltway Washington bureaucrats. We used a congressional oversight tool (a record number of times, I might add) to roll back more than one dozen Obama-era regulations that were holding people and businesses back from potential growth and opportunity. Those rollbacks, plus complementary actions by the Trump administration, which has been a true partner in this effort, have saved the American people at least $50 billion in regulatory costs in the last year and a half alone. That’s real relief that will help businesses free up time and money that can be used more efficiently and effectively to grow their operations and hire more workers. Reforming our nation’s outdated tax code was another step toward getting the economy growing again. Our once-in-a-generation effort to modernize the tax code resulted in lower rates across the board. It doubled the child tax credit and nearly doubled the standard deduction. Americans have already seen some of this relief in their paychecks, and many of them will see more of it when they file their tax returns early next year. We also lowered the corporate tax rate so it is now more in line with our global competitors and expanded business owners’ ability to recover costs from investments they make in their operations more quickly, which, again, frees up cash that can be reinvested in a business and its employees. Today, the American people are seeing the results of the promises we made and, more importantly, the promises we kept. According to recent estimates, the economy grew by 3.5 in the third quarter of 2018 alone. Not only does that far exceed the anemic economic growth the United States had grown accustomed to under the previous administration, but it’s also right in line with historic trends and puts us on pace for a strong yearly growth rate. In the months after tax reform became law, nearly 2 million jobs have been created, wages and incomes are on the rise, and the unemployment rate is at a historic low, which means more Americans are earning a paycheck (and in many cases, a bigger one). In fact, the unemployment rate is so low that you’d have to go back to 1969, the year Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, to find similar figures. For businesses, investments and optimism are on the rise and so is consumer confidence. A growing economy is good for businesses, workers, and consumers, which is why it was so important to congressional Republicans to implement the pro-jobs, pro-growth agenda we’d promised to pursue. There’s no limit to what the economy can do when the heavy hand of government is lifted and when it’s empowered with the tools it needs to grow and expand. Hopefully this is just the beginning. AUCTIONS Avon True Value Hardware Going Out of Business Treasure Awaits! Shop Classifieds AUCTION Saturday, Nov. 10 -- 11 a.m. LOCATED: 126 North Main Street, Avon, SD The auction will consist of the remaining inventory of Avon True Value with most items in new, right off the shelf. Retailers, plumbers, electricians, building contractors and Christmas shoppers don’t miss this one A complete listing appeared in last week’s issue Dennis and Carol Stewart, Owners Peterson Auctioneers TERMS: Cash www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD Not Responsible for Accidents Glen Peterson, RE #234 402.64 ACRES +/LAND FOR SALE YANKTON COUNTY – ODESSA TOWNSHIP Twin Brooks Farm, LLC is offering for sale the real estate described as: S ½ SW ¼ and SW ¼ SE ¼, of Section 2-97-57; NW¼ NE¼ and NW¼, EXCEPT Tract Two (2) thereof, and EXCEPT the cemetery therein, all in Section 11-97-57; NE¼ SW¼, EXCEPT Tract 2 thereof; and Lots 3 and 4, all in Section 11-97-57; and Lots 2 and 3, in Section 14-97-57. 319 Walnut St. • Yankton, SD 57078 605-665-5884 www.missourivalleyshopper.com Land Auction Friday, November 16, 2018 – 11:00AM 3 Northern Cedar County Farms Sale Site: Knights of Columbus Hall Hartington, NE Selling 40 Acres pasture land, good fences, from the intersection of Hwy 81 & 894 Road 1-mile West in the Southeast corner of the intersection of 555 Avenue & 894 Road. 80 Acres mostly tillable from the intersection of Hwy 81 & 894 Road 1-mile West,1/4 North on East side of the road. 60 Acres from the intersection of Hwy 81 and 894 Road 1 7/8-mile West North side of the road. Call for sale bill and look for information on our website VERMILLION — Are you ready to improve your sleeping and eating habits? Do you want to learn how to synchronize your bodily rhythms to nature’s clock and experience more balance, ease, and flow throughout your life? Join us at the Vermillion Public Library, starting Thursday, Nov. 8, at 7 p.m. for a free 10-week workshop and book discussion designed to teach the www.donpeterson.com Don Peterson & Associates Real Estate Company • Hartington, NE Terry Wilkerson 402-360-0749 or Marlin Brabec 402-719-7653 ONLINE BIDDING 3 Commercial/Retail Building Sites Menards Outparcels | South Dakota most essential aspects of Ayurveda and apply them to modern life. Cate Stillman is an Ayurvedic Practitioner and Yoga Teacher. Guided by her book, “Body Thrive: Uplevel Your Body and Your Life with 10 Habits from Ayurveda and Yoga,” this group will meet weekly to learn 10 specific habits from the teachings of Ayurveda in 10 weeks. That’s one essential, daily habit upgrade per week. Books will be available for checkout at the library Circulation Desk. For more information, drop by the Library Circulation Desk or call 605-6777060. The Edith B. Siegrist Vermillion Public Library is located at 18 Church Street in Vermillion. fcsamerica.com BIDDING ENDS The property (43242 Stone Church Road) is located approximately 6 miles South and 1 ½ miles East of Menno, SD. The property consists of prime James River bottomland, creek bottomland and rolling hills. There are approximately 208.63 acres of cropland; 166.43 acres of grass/pasture; 17.04 acres of trees; and a farm site of 10.54 acres, including several farm buildings and residence. The residence has not been used for several months and would need substantial repair to be comfortably inhabitable. All buildings are offered in an AS IS condition. Interested parties are encouraged to inspect the property prior to submitting a bid and are responsible for verifying their own information. Submit sealed bid for the total purchase price to Bertsch Law Office, PO Box 535, Menno, SD 57045 by November 15 (mark envelope “Real Estate Bid”). 5 highest bidders will have opportunity to raise bid at private auction. 10% of sales price to be paid upon acceptance of bid by Seller, balance due at the time of closing, estimated to be on or before December 20, 2018. SELLERS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS For further information, including an USDA satellite map, contact Ken Bertsch at 605-387-5658. Book Group Set For Vermillion Library November 15th at 12:00 pm CT PROPERTY LOCATION: Broadway/ Highway 81, Yankton, SD 57078 THERE’S A REASON REAL ESTATE BUYERS LAND WITH US. When you ?nance farmland with us, you aren’t just another customer – you are a customer-owner. So along with our attractive rates and exceptional terms, you get a voice in how we work and a share of what we earn in the form of cash-back dividends. Call us to learn more. YANKTON OFFICE: Selling to the Highest Bidder at or Above $20,000 Per Site • Appraised from $235,000 to $245,000 • Anchored by Menards, Situated between Culvers and Maurice’s • Three 1.5± Acre Lots Offered Individually • Near Numerous National Retailers Including Wal-Mart • Includes Transferable Sales Tax Incentives • Direct Frontage on Broadway/ U.S. Highway 81 • Prime location for Commercial/ Retail Development • Exceptional Visibility and Exposure to Traffic Tranzon Asset Advisors | In Cooperation with Chuck Sutton, Auctioneer - Land Broker, LLC | 10% Buyers Premium | 10% Deposit of Total Purchase Price | 2% Broker Participation | Other Terms Apply | TAA1830 TRANZON.COM 888-791-7307 ext. 84 605-665-9675 OR 800-658-3631
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