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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com September 17, 2019 • Page 5 Huron, SD – The ninth annual South Dakota Timed Event Championship (SDTEC) sponsored in part by Panhandle Slim and Double D Western was held August 31 and September 1 in Huron at the South Dakota State Fair. This year’s event was action-packed with contestants from South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, and Minnesota. “The quality of the contestants was exceptional this year,” said Jason Edleman with SDTEC. “The rodeo was fast-paced with crowds overfilling the bleachers both days.” The area’s elite youth rodeo contestants competed in six timed events, including tie-down calf roping, barrel racing, team roping, goat tying, breakaway roping, and steer wrestling. Rodeo youth from across the country, ages 14 – 19, were eligible to compete for the title. This year’s SD Timed Event Champion winner was Reece Ullerich of Humbolt, SD with reserve cowboy going to Linkyn Petersek of Colome, SD. The overall Horse of the Championship also went to Reece Ullerich of Humbolt. Other overall winners were Lan Fuhrer of Belle Fourche, SD in Breakaway Roping, Cashae McGee of Rhame, ND in Barrel Racing and Goat Tying, Reece Ullerich in Tie Down Calf Roping, Linkyn Petersek in Steer Wrestling, and Garrett Glines of Chadron, NE and Tristan Hunter of Ardmore, SD in Team Roping. The SDTEC continues to bring in contestants, their families, and fans to the State Fair, making it one of the premier events for spectators at the fair. For more information, visit www.sdtimedeventchampionships.webs.com or like SD Timed Event Championship on Facebook. The 2019 South Dakota State Fair ran from Thursday, August 29, through Monday, September 2. Channel Seeds Preview night was Wednesday, August 28. This year’s theme was “There’s No Time Like Fair Time.” For more information on State Fair events, contact the Fair office at 800-529-0900, visit www.sdstatefair.com, or find them on Facebook or Twitter. Agriculture is a major contributor to South Dakota’s economy, generating $32.5 billion in annual economic activity and employing over 132,000 South Dakotans. The South Dakota Department of Agriculture's mission is to promote, protect, and preserve South Dakota agriculture for today and tomorrow. Visit us online at sdda.sd.gov or find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Farmers Want USMCA Blanche Lincoln, traveled by bus across the country to bring the message of USMCA to local agriculture communities. The last stop on the tour was the steps of our nation’s Capitol. During our rally, former USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack and President Zippy Duvall from the American Farm Bureau addressed a crowd of over one-hundred ag community leaders and legislators. Zippy urged both myself and my colleagues to “finish the drill.” I agree with Zippy – we are in the fourth quarter at the end zone, it’s not time to fumble. It’s no secret in Washington that for months now, Speaker Pelosi has held up a vote on USMCA. However, during our USMCA rally with producers, Democrat Representative Cuellar from Texas assured the crowd that USMCA was going to get done this year and Pelosi would put the bill on the floor. Producers received further assurance from Ag Committee Chairman Collin Peterson that USMCA would happen and needs to wrap up quickly so we can continue to leverage with China. Not only will this agreement bring certainty to our nation’s closest trading partners – Canada and Mexico – but it will provide farmers with the relief needed following unprecedented weather challenges and trade obstacles. Farmers don’t want aid, they want trade – exports would increase by $2.2 billion under USMCA. If we have the opportunity to open up new markets, we should take it. We are in our fifth year of a declining farm Noem Appoints Sixth Circuit Judge PIERRE, S.D. – Governor Kristi Noem today appointed Margo Northrup to serve as judge for the Sixth Judicial Circuit. “Margo is honest, empathetic, and trustworthy,” said Noem. “Her commitment to justice will equip her well to serve the people of the Sixth Circuit. I am confident she will be an excellent judge.” “Serving the judiciary is an important honor and a grave responsibility,” said Northrup. “I believe that impartiality is the primary tenet of our judicial system and that the law must be carried out in a fair and unbiased matter above all else. I look forward to serving my community in this capacity.” Northrup grew up in the Pierre area. She attended the University of South Dakota where she earned an undergraduate degree in English and sociology, and the University of South Dakota School of Law where she obtained her Juris Doctor. Northrup has practiced at Riter, Rogers, Wattier and Northrup, LLP since 2004. Her practice includes administrative law, telecommunications law, business transactions, family law, criminal defense, and general civil practice. Northrup has practiced in the Supreme Court of South Dakota, the Federal District of South Dakota, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Court. She is a member of the State Bar of South Dakota and the American Bar Association. She is admitted in the State Court and the Federal District Court for the State of South Dakota. When she’s not in the court room, Northrup enjoys spending time with her husband and three sons. They are Pierre residents. The Sixth Judicial Circuit Court is served by four circuit judges and one magistrate and covers 14 counties. 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USMCA opens the Canadian market up for the first time to American dairy, wheat, poultry, and turkey products, further expanding exporting opportunity for America’s farmers and ranchers. There is no reason to delay the additional trade certainty USMCA would provide. President Trump and his administration did their job. They negotiated an agreement that protects American jobs and drives growth. I’ve said it before, and I will say it again and again until Speaker Pelosi brings the bill to the floor. Madam Speaker, we need to pass the USMCA now. City. Johnson is an active member of the Yankton community, volunteering at Servant Hearts Clinic and serving on the Yankton Area Homeless Shelter Board and the Yankton United Way Community Advisory Board. HSC is a licensed inpatient state psychiatric hospital and chemical dependency treatment facility which provides services for acute, psychiatric rehabilitation, geriatric, and adolescent patients. The hospital has been providing care to the people of South Dakota since 1879. The Department of Social Services strives to provide programs and services to strengthen, support, and protect children and families in South Dakota. For more information about Department of Social Services programs and services please visit our website at dss.sd.gov or visit a DSS local office. ng the We rf b? By Rep. Dusty Johnson The six-week August break did folks some good – my colleagues on the right, and many on the left, are ready to get to work on passing the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA). It’s amazing the spark that ignites when legislators spend six weeks hearing from their bosses back home. Democrats and Republicans are finding common ground on this issue – that’s a win for America. I spent the majority of my first week back in Washington meeting with ag groups to talk trade. On Thursday, farmers from across the country gathered near the Capitol’s reflecting pool to rally for the passage of this 21st century trade agreement. Farmers for Free Trade, a group led by former Democratic Senator PIERRE, S.D. – The Department of Social Services (DSS) has named Jeremy Johnson as the Human Services Center (HSC) hospital administrator. Johnson was named the interim administrator in June 2019. Johnson has been at HSC for 17 years in various roles. 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