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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Fun & Fall A Night of Festive 20 % OFF Shopping! REGULAR PRICED ITEMS OCT. 27th, 2019 LOCAL CANCER CENTERS AND/OR HOSPITALS! 5:00PM-8:00PM HOSPITALS ! Bomgaars will be donating 5% of the Evening Total Sales to October 22, 2019 • Page 3 Visit bomgaars.com for a list of our locations & for more information! President Approves Third South Dakota Disaster Request Squash. Just listen to that word one more time. Squash … one of the English language’s most painful words, along with maim and trauma and rend and okra and Liberace. Why would anyone want to eat something that sounds as though someone sat on it? The bottom-line truth is, cooks all over the place love a challenge, and they have tried valiantly to turn squash into an edible dish. To do this, they take one tenth of a portion of squash, boil as much of the squashiness as they can out of it, then immerse it in nine-tenths something that tastes good and hope no one will notice. You know, stuff like chile, mutton, edible vegetables, nuclear waste, cottonwood bark, bourbon and even chocolate. Then, when you can’t taste the squash in it, and most of the slime has settled to the bottom, they smile and say, “How do you like my ‘Squash Canneloni ala Hershey con Brio?” Let’s face it; squash is an unwanted growth on an otherwise perfectly good vine. It starts with a pretty little blossom that inspires Navajo jewelry and attracts bees. Then it begins its insidious malignancy into something that should probably be surgically removed. “I’m sorry Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” says the surgeon, “your squash is in an area that is impossible to reach without endangering the life of the vine. Your vine is pretty much doomed to produce something that – when cooked properly – will still gag a sick dog off a gut truck.” They even try to fool people who might consider buying squash into thinking it tastes like something else. Something like butter. Or acorns. Or crooked necks. Makes you wonder what crime against mankind Mr. Zucchini committed to be forever more squash-damned in the history books. But it’s fall now. Autumn … that time of year when children play in the lazy sunshine and squash vines go belly up. And when we enjoy our pumpkin pie and jack o’lanterns, we’ll smile quietly, knowing we’ll once again be squash free for a few blessed months. PIERRE, S.D. – President Trump has approved the State’s request for a third Presidential Disaster Declaration, covering the damage done by severe storms, tornadoes, and flooding that occurred June 30-July 21. The declaration will allow federal money to be used to help local government entities recover from infrastructure damage in Butte, Gregory, Kingsbury, Lawrence, Meade, and Tripp counties, as well as the Cheyenne River and the Lower Brule Indian Reservations. A preliminary assessment of the damage was estimated to Classifieds South Dakota artists whose body of work has contributed to the state’s cultural heritage and development are encouraged to apply. Proposals will be reviewed by an advisory committee to theSouth Dakota Arts Council. Selection will be based on: •quality of the work •the artwork’s relevance to South Dakota culture, history, heritage, or environment •experience of the artist •permanence and safety, as required for public artworks For a complete request for proposal, visit https:// artscouncil.sd.gov/directories/artstatebldgs.aspx, call 605-773-3301, email sdac@ Always LOW Liquor Prices! INTERESTED IN THIS SPOT? 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A second disaster declaration for the period of May 26-June 7 was approved in September for flooding and storms that occurred in 25 counties and two reservations. FEMA officials are now in South Dakota working on the first two federal disaster declarations and will continue to work on the third. More details on the process for the third disaster declaration will be announced at a later date. Call For Artists: Art For State Buildings Proposals PIERRE, S.D. — South Dakota artists have until March 9, 2020, to submit purchase proposals for the Art for State Buildings Program. The Art for State Buildings program was created for the purpose of adding the work of talented South Dakota artists to the state’s permanent art collection for display in areas of state government buildings with significant public access. Work purchased will be installed in public access he In t areas of the Capitol and/or other state buildings on the Capitol Complex in Pierre. Proposals for purchase December 2nd & 3rd, 9th & 10th, 16th & should1-3:00PM to the 17th • be submitted South Dakota Arts Council, Bring Your Cameras! In Print and Online!• Call 665-5884 the agency charged with managing the program. Interested in this spot? be $2.5 million. “Many counties have been plagued by heavy rainfall and flooding time and time again this year,” said Gov. Kristi Noem. “I appreciate that the President and FEMA continue to understand the impact these storms and heavy rains have had on South Dakota and are willing to help us recover.” In her request for a disaster declaration, Noem told the President that many areas had experienced record rainfall which resulted in flooding of roads and other infrastructure. 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