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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com January 28, 2020 • Page 7 Still searching for that dream job? Find it in the classifieds! MV Shopper Officers Elected For Governor’s MV A Tourism Advisory Board Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y In Print and Online! Visit www.missourivalleyshopper.com or call 665-5884 fcsamerica.com M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Governor’s Tourism Advisory Board has selected its officers for 2020. Kristi Wagner of Whitewood was elected the board president during a meeting today in Pierre. Carmen Schramm of Yankton was elected vice president. “The guidance and support the advisory board provides the department is critical to the success of the tourism industry in our state,” said Jim Hagen, Secretary of the Department of Tourism. “We are fortunate to have leaders on the board who understand the industry’s needs and are passionate about bringing visitors to South Dakota. The Tourism Advisory Board is appointed by the Governor and includes members of the tourism industry and citizen representatives from across the state. Board members serve as liaisons and advocates for businesses in their area and the South Dakota Department of Tourism. The board also offers input about marketing strategies for the department. Current Tourism Advisory Board members include Caleb Arceneaux, Rapid City; Tom Biegler, Sioux Falls; John Brockelsby, Rapid City; Ted Hustead, Wall; Ann Lesch, De Smet; Julie Ranum, Watertown; Val Rausch, Big Stone City; Carmen Schramm, Yankton; Frank Smith, Gettysburg; Ivan Sorbel, Kyle; and Kristi Wagner, Whitewood. The South Dakota Department of Tourism is comprised of Tourism and the South Dakota Arts Council. The department is led by Secretary James D. Hagen. State Historical Society Awards Five Historic Preservation Grants PIERRE, S.D. -- Historic preservation projects in Brookings, Burke, Lake City (Fort Sisseton), Philip, and Pierre recently received matching grants from the South Dakota State Historical Society. “This historic preservation grants program is designed to encourage restoration or rehabilitation of historic properties and is one more way we can promote and protect our history and culture,” said Jay D. Vogt, director of the State Historical Society. “In 2019 we awarded $120,676 among nine projects which had matching funds of $327,812. The resulting total public-private investment is $448,488.” The grants are awarded through the State Historical Society’s Deadwood Fund grant program. Funding for the program is from Deadwood gaming revenue earmarked by state law for historic preservation projects throughout the state. The program is administered by the society’s State Historic Preservation Office at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre. The following projects were the most recent to receive grants to supplement their work: Brookings (Brookings County): Stock Judging Pavilion, built 1918; received $8,200 to assist in the repair of historic windows Burke (Gregory County): Gregory County Courthouse, built 1934; received $17,000 to assist in the replacement of nonhistoric windows Lake City (Marshall County): Fort Sisseton Adjutant’s Office (built 1869) and Magazine (built 1866); received $12,000 to assist in masonry and foundation repairs Philip (Haakon County): Haakon County Courthouse, built 1930; received $12,000 to assist in repointing masonry Pierre (Hughes County): Pierre American Legion Cabin, built 1942; received $17,000 to assist in repair of log construction These new recipients represent a total award amount of $66,200 and matching funds of $66,200.? The total publicprivate investment is $132,400.?These figures are reflected in the 2019 statistics above. Deadwood Fund grants are awarded twice a year with grant application deadlines of Feb. 1 and Oct. 1.?They are reviewed at the spring and winter meetings of the State Historical Society’s board of trustees. For more information on the Deadwood Fund grant program, contact the State Historic Preservation Office at the Cultural Heritage Center, 900 Governors Drive, Pierre, SD 57501-2217; telephone 605-773-3458; or website history.sd.gov/ preservation/fundingopportunities.aspx. U C T I O N S 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: 605-665-9675 OR 800-658-3631 LAND AUCtiON 160 Acres +/- Cedar County, Neb. Friday, February 21, 2020, 1:30 p.m. Crofton City Auditorium Crofton, NE Gently rolling dryland farm consisting of approximately 102.48 acres of cropland, 36.66 acres pasture and homestead and 17.24 acres of CRP with the contract expiring in September 2020. Legal Description: SE¼ Section 7, twp. 32, Range 1W, Cedar County, Neb. LiStiNG AGENt Nick Stout 605-760-1314 Dan Rohrer, Broker, 402-841-1360 For photos and complete information, visit: www.MossyOakProperties.com Sellers: 7 Partners Farm, LLC LAND AUCTION 106 Acres +/- (seLLINg IN 5 TRACTs) Development Land Knox County, Nebraska Friday evening - February 21, 2020 – 5:00 p.m. Location of Auction: Z’s Lindy Country Club - Lindy, Nebraska LOCATION OF LAND: From the east - go north of Crofton to the intersection of Hwy. 121 and spur 54C, then follow the road approximately 10 miles west into the development. From the south - From the intersection of Hwy. 12 and 539 Ave. (Lindy Corner) Take Hwy 12 east for 1 mile to 540 Ave., then 4 ½ miles north to the southwest entrance of the Devil’s Nest Development (old ski lift), then continue into the Development for approximately 2 ½ miles toward the main entrance and former Yacht Club (watch for mossy Oak signs). J&H Cleaning Services YANKTON WORKS Want your REAL-TIME MESSAGE on the most visited media website in the Yankton area? Join our ‘Friends2Follow’ program! Contact your Yankton Media Representative today! 605-665-7811 geNeRAL INFORmATION: This is a unique opportunity to acquire several large tracts of undeveloped land in the historic Devil’s Nest Development along Lewis & Clark Lake. The land to be sold was originally platted and designed in the 1970’s to be developed 4 into the Devil’s Nest Golf Course. All the tracts offered are now heavily wooded, have potential for future rural water and electrical service currently on or nearby the property, and have direct access to Lewis & Clark Lake at the Devil’s Nest boat ramp. The property is zoned Lake Area Residential. The Devil’s Nest area is well known for its excellent, fishing, boating, hiking, and beautiful oak forested hills. This is an opportunity to own some of the last undeveloped land in the lake area. Call for more details! TRACT #1: 44.62 Acres +/LegAL DesC.: An irregular tract in Sections 19 & 30, Township 33N, Range 3W, Knox Co., NE TAx ID#: 540003903 & 540003957 esTImATeD Re TAx: $1,025.98 TRACT #2: 16.12 Acres +/LegAL DesC.: An irregular tract in Section 19, Township 33N, Range 3W, Knox Co., NE TAx ID#: 540003899 & 540012267 esTImATeD Re TAx: $197.12 TRACT #3: 13.03 Acres +/LegAL DesC.: Lots 2655 in Blk. 16 & 1675 in Blk. 15, Devils Nest TAx ID#: 540011479 & 540011456 esTImATeD Re TAx: $53.29 TRACT #4: 2.31 Acres +/LegAL DesC.: Lot 1648 in Blk.15 (less tract to LCNRD), Devils Nest TAx ID#: 540011463 esTImATeD Re TAx: $45.68 TRACT #5: 29.69 Acres +/LegAL DesC.: Lots 1783 in Blk.18; Lot 1891 in Blk. 19; Lot 2656 in Block 17 & Lot 1938 in Blk 20,Devils Nest TAx ID#: 540011488 & 540011489 & 540011528 & 540011549 esTImATeD Re TAx: $45.68 For more information regarding zoning and utilities feel free to contact any of the following agencies: • Knox County Zoning Dept.: Liz Doerr, (402) 288-5618 • Devil’s Nest Owners Assoc.: Brock Nelson, (402) 750-6620 • Cedar-Knox Public Power Dist.: (402) 254-6291 • Cedar-Knox Rural Water Project: Lewis & Clark NRD, (402) 254-6758 3 2 5 1 TeRms: Cash with a 15% non-refundable down payment the day of the auction, and the balance payable in certified funds on or before March 20, 2020, the date of closing. Buyer will receive possession of the property on the closing date. A current Bank Letter of Credit will be ReQUIReD to be provided by each prospective buyer in order to obtain a bidders number. Owner's policy of title insurance will be divided equally between buyer and seller. Sale is not contingent upon buyer financing; all preliminary financial arrangements must be made prior to the sale. Property to be sold "AS IS" with no warranties or guarantees implied. Information herein was obtained from sources deemed reliable, but Broker makes no guarantees to its accuracy. All prospective bidders are urged to fully inspect the property, its condition and rely on their own conclusions. The property is sold subject to existing easements, restrictions, covenants or reservations of record, if any. Bidding increments are solely at the discretion of the auctioneer. Sale is contingent upon seller confirmation; however, it is their desire to sell to the highest and best bidder. The sale will remain open for approximately one hour. Announcements made the day of the auction will supersede earlier announcements, verbal or written. Homestead Land & Management Company, Inc., and its associates are representing the sellers as sellers' agents. Toby Hughes, Listing Agent, (402) 750-5303 Ryan Vesely, Listing Agent, (402) 358-0030 Dan Rohrer, Broker, (402) 841-1360 Sanitary and Improvement District No. 2 of Knox County, Nebraska, Sellers
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