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9 1 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Badlands National Park And Partners Open Over 22,000 Acres To Bison On Oct. 11 and learning about bison in their native habitat on the badlands iconic and stunning landscape. Then project represents an exemplary public/ private partnership with significant philanthropic contributions. Badlands National Park partnered with the National Park Foundation, the World Wildlife Fund, the Defenders of Wildlife, the Nature Conservancy, the Badlands National Park Conservancy and the Badlands Natural History Association to implement the Bison BROOKINGS, S.D. - Fall is the time to control tough perennial broadleaf lawn weeds. Good moisture in most places in August helped contribute to significant fall growth of perennial weeds. Fall is a good time to target Resource Stewardship weeds such as dandelion, ground ivy, Plan and open new creeping bell flower, field bindweed, grazing areas to the and white clover. Ground ivy is also existing herd. known as creeping charlie and field The partner group bindweed is often referred to as including the National creeping jenny. Park Foundation, the Results of the SDSU Weed World Wildlife Fund, Evaluation Extension Evaluation Defenders of Wildlife, the (WEED) project show fall timing Nature Conservancy and has the best chance for control of the Badlands National dandelions. Active new growth is Park Conservancy and important for good results. Allow the their donors raised grass to grow up and delay mowing funds in excess of to get good growth. Spraying can $740,000. In only two start anytime in September. For the weeks, the National Park Foundation and the World Wildlife Fund raised over $513,754. The Bookworm MV Shopper 665-5884 MV Shopper GFP Commission “Full Throttle: Stories” by Joe Hill; © 2019, William Morrow. 480 pages ——— BY TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER The pedal’s to the metal and you’re in a hurry. You need to get somewhere fast, somewhere nobody’s ever been before — or you need to get away from there. The engine’s roaring to rush you across town or across time. Watch the road. Beware of sharp curves and drive safely; in the new book “Full Throttle: Stories” by Joe Hill, hard-braking tires scream… and so will you. Race was far ahead of the pack — so far ahead that his father, Vince, could barely see him on his Harley a half-mile up front. But that was just Race, and Vince still loved him, still wondered what went wrong to make Race a killer. Vince watched as his son let a girl get hacked to death, right in front of their whole biker group, and the kid was insisting on more revenge. But in “Throttle” (written with his father, Stephen King), exactly whose revenge would it be? John never planned on becoming a librarian, it just happened: after his parents died in a murder/suicide, he found a very overdue book that his mother had borrowed and when he returned it, one thing led to another and he ended up working in the Bookmobile. It was a decent job, made better by the elderly patrons who came to get books, only in “Late Returns,” some of them got more than just reading material. When the onboard movie went black, Gregg Holder, who’d been watching the famous woman sitting next to him, took note. He also noticed the shake in the pilot’s voice, as passengers were informed that they were landing in Fargo soon, diverted October 1 thru due to DPRK October 31 missiles. But 44”/45” 100% Quilter’s Cotton in “You Are Released,” going Reg. - $7.99 Easy Sudoku Puzzlesper yard - SALE - $5.99 by KrazyDad to Fargo isn’t far FABRIC SPECIALS! enough … @TYME2WASTE was Tweeting her vacation, bored with everything, fighting with her mother, wishing she was home. Ugh. In “Twittering from the Circus of the Dead,” her eyes rolled hard when her father decided to stop at some stupid side-of-the-road circus. #DumbestThingInTheWorld. In his introduction, author Joe Hill does something charming: he gives major kudos to his parents, as parents and as writers. This gives fans some great stories, and it offers readers insight from where Hill’s novels spring, as you’ll see when you read it. Similar to his mother’s talent, the 13 short stories Hill presents here ooze with a psychological tautness that goes unnoticed until you realize that your fingernails are embedded in the arms of your chair and you’re holding your breath. It’s like hearing a chainsaw outside your house, and somehow knowing that it’s meant for you. As does his father, Hill puts characters in situations that are distastefully disgusting and unimaginably frightening — a dead animal near a lake, a madman down the hall in your bedroom — but in Hill’s case, they’re exquisitely possible. There’s no revived-cats-inthe-cemetery here, no clowns-in-thesewer; instead, there are things that, if you squint, really could lurk outside your window right now. But don’t look. Instead, grab the keys, run and get “Full Throttle” in your hands. Take a break and get ready to scream. Increases Park and Camping Fees CHAMBERLAIN, S.D. – The Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission moved forward with a proposal to increase state park entrance fees for the first time since 2014. The Commission also took action to raise select camping fees, many of which had also been unchanged for several years. Pending approval from the Interim Rules Committee, fee increases will go into effect January 1, 2020. This year, several parks have faced significant damage from flooding, with repair costs upwards of $9 million. Additionally, revenue has been impacted by decreased visitation because of weather and weather-related damage. 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In campgrounds, prime campsites increase to $26, preferred sites to $23 and modern to $20. Fees for non-electric, tent-only sites will be going down in some cases. These sites will now be $15 statewide to ensure park opportunities are affordable for everyone. The increase is in line with the rate of inflation and with fees in surrounding states. The revenue raised from this increase will directly support repairs and upkeep in state parks. M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y Sudoku #6 1 In Print and Online! M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y ‘Throttle’ Will Have Your Heart Racing 8 toughest weeds, like ground ivy and creeping bell flower, make a repeat application as soon as the product labels allow, ideally two weeks after spraying. Fall works best for perennial weeds because the herbicide moves into the root better. If you wait until after a light frost, other plants in the yard are less sensitive to drift. Apply with care and use low pressure and coarse droplets to reduce drift. Do not make applications if it is windy. Most broadleaf lawn products are a mixture of herbicide ingredients and they are available in several product brands. Check label guidelines for mixing and applying instructions. M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y Su Interior, SD – Badlands National Park celebrated the expansion of the park’s bison range during a public ceremony on Friday, Oct. 11. Thanks to partners’ generous contributions, 43 miles of new fence was installed, along with cattle guards, to expand the bison grazing area to 80,193 acres, which will contribute to the health and genetic integrity of the herd and continued health of the prairie. Visitors will also have more opportunities for viewing, photographing, Fall Lawn Weed Control b? 2 3 October 15, 2019 • Page 10 Sponsored by: Tickets: $20 each Purchase in advance at these locations until October 18: Avera Cancer Institute, Yankton 605-668-8850 First Dakota National Bank Rexall Drug www.yanktonmedicalclinic.com/events
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