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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com February 4, 2020 • Page 5 2019 Expected To Set State Record For Lowest Number Of Motor Vehicle Fatalities PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Department of Public Safety (DPS) today announced that South Dakota is projected to have recorded the lowest number of motor vehicle fatalities in state history during 2019. To date, 102 roadway fatalities have been recorded for 2019. Since the department began keeping records in 1947, the previous low was 111 fatalities in 2011. DPS Secretary Craig Price announced the preliminary numbers during today’s presentation at the House Transportation Committee meeting. While final numbers may still change, officials believe the 2019 final numbers will establish a new record low. “We are encouraged to see our safety messages and enforcement efforts having a big impact across South Dakota,” said Price. “Alongside this good news, though, we remember that even one roadway death is too many. We will continue working to develop our safety protocols and communication strategies in order to continue driving this number down.” South Dakota continues to be among the nation’s leaders in states with the lowest five-year average for motor vehicle fatalities. Secretary Price said the state’s safety efforts have been aided by the fact that the public is making better driving choices coupled with enhanced vehicle safety and road designs. “Our Office of Highway Safety uses programs like Drivers 1340 CLASS A CDL HOLDER WANTED Looking for local drivers in southeast/eastern South Dakota. Generous salary. Call Ray at 605-553-3030 or Loretta at 605-553-3028. Lesson Learned and the 1335 Other Employment Jim Reaper safe driving campaign to encourage drivers to slow down, wear City of Delmont seat belts, and not drive is currently accepting applications for the position of full impaired,” the Secretary time or part-time maintesaid. “Meanwhile the nance engineer. Qualified Highway Patrol and local applicant must be willing to be certified in Pesticide and law enforcement enforce Herbicide spraying, Water traffic laws and uses their system and wastewater contacts with the public to treatment, and have or willing to obtain a valid CDL stress safe driving. We are License. Wages will depend trying to encourage safe on experience. driving behaviors, and that Position open until filled requires action from all of Contact Linda Laib 605-779-2621 us.” for application and job Secretary Price said description, those efforts will continue EOE TOWN OF DELMONT in 2020. PO BOX 202 “It is a new year, so we DELMONT, SD 57330 start over again,” he said. “Our message is simple HELP WANTED – make the right choices Ranching/farming operation every time you get behind seeks help, must be able to run equipment. Housing available! the wheel.” Niobrara/Verdigre NE area. In 2018, the state Contact Kirk 402-841-1613. recorded 130 fatalities. State Maps Added To South Dakota Digital Archives PIERRE, S.D. -- The South Dakota State Historical Society-State Archives has added nearly 700 digitized maps and made them accessible online in the South Dakota Digital Archives thanks to an Outside of Deadwood grant from the Deadwood Historic Preservation Commission. Six hundred ninety-eight maps were digitized, cataloged and placed online as part of this grant. The images are available at https://sddigitalarchives.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/ The digitized maps include tourist maps, such as maps of snowmobile trails and maps of caves, maps of the Custer National Forest and the former Harney National Forest, as well as city plans of Sturgis, Custer and Rapid City. Maps of various South Dakota dams, American Indian reservations, highway maps and a few aerial photomaps were also included. “The maps are from the archives’ 1315 collections and are very popular with students, teachers, researchers, authors, newspaper editors and general history buffs,” said Chelle (SHEL-ee) Somsen, state archivist. “Now these maps are available to researchers worldwide and not just to those who can visit the archives in person.” The South Dakota Digital Archives contains 80,589 items from the State Archives including photographic images, government and manuscript collections, land survey records, the South Dakota Historical Society publication “The Wi-Iyohi” and 1,289 maps. For more information, contact the State Historical Society-Archives at 605-7733804. State Archives hours at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre are 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CST Monday-Friday and the first Saturday of most months. 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