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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com February 18, 2020 • Page 3 Chronic Wasting Disease Detected In New Areas PIERRE, S.D. – Chronic wasting disease (CWD) was recently confirmed in the counties of Butte, Corson and Haakon in western South Dakota, from samples provided by hunters. One male whitetail deer from both Butte and Corson counties tested positive, while two male mule deer tested positive from Haakon County. Twelve counties in South Dakota are now known to be infected with CWD, which includes eight counties added during the fall of 2019. South Dakota's CWD Endemic Counties include: Bennett, Butte, Corson, Custer, Fall River, Haakon, Harding, Jackson, Meade, Lawrence, Pennington and Tripp. “We’ve learned that CWD is not a disease just restricted to the Black Hills and surrounding area and this definitely creates some challenges moving forward,” said GFP wildlife program administrator Chad Switzer. “As the surveillance efforts from the 2019 hunting seasons come to end, an update will be provided to the GFP Commission in March and a report will be made available to the public on our website,” said Switzer. Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a fatal brain disease of deer, elk, and moose caused by an abnormal protein called a prion. Animals in the later stages of infection with CWD may show progressive loss of weight and body condition, behavioral changes, excessive salivation, loss of muscle control and eventual death. Chronic wasting disease is always fatal for the afflicted animal. CWD poses serious problems for wildlife managers, and the implications of long-term management for free-ranging deer and elk is unknown. The Game, Fish and Parks Commission recently created regulations for the transportation and disposal of deer and elk carcasses from other states and from hunting units within South Dakota’s confirmed CWD areas. The new regulations will not go into effect until 2020. For more information on CWD, visit gfp. sd.gov/chronic-wasting-disease or contact your local GFP office. South Dakota State Fair Looking For Artists And Authors To Feature Marvin Pincus understands that times change, and HURON, S.D. –The he’s changed a lot, too. He’s a lot older now, of course, and South Dakota State Fair it gives him more time to consider things, like snowboarding. There he was, the other day up on Parker’s Ridge, our is seeking interested fairly-close-to-being-local ski slope, resting his arms on artists and authors to be the antique wooden ski poles he’s used since the Hoover showcased during the fair in the Arts and Education Administration. And down the hill came young people, swooping and Building. Featured artists and swooshing on snowboards and it got ol’ Marvin shaking authors can meet the his head. “Back when I was young,” he said, “we had to work at public and display their this. You had to have skiing lessons, of course. Then you works of literature or had to buy the right equipment and the right wax. Oh yes, art with no exhibitor’s the wax. You had to know just what kind of wax to use for fee. Participants are the current temperature and what kind of snow you had. asked only for a one day Then you practiced learning to stop and turn. For some commitment and are www.missourivalleyshopper.com strange reason, we thought it was important to be able to given an allotted time slot and display area. turn on skis, and to stop. Each artist or “But now we have these snowboards. Near as I can tell, author will have the all you need to get started in that sport is an idiot and a opportunity to interact six pack.” www.missourivalleyshopper.com with fairgoers on an individual basis and may also opt to conduct a scheduled presentation or demonstration. The scheduled presentations will be listed in the fair schedule and advertised on the daily agenda for the building. A goal of the Arts and Education Building is to showcase South Dakota talent. Featuring artists and authors in the building helps to accomplish that. Interested artists or authors are encouraged to contact Arts and Ed Building Superintendent Mary Helen Wipf at rmhwipf@gmail.com or call the SD State Fair Office at 605-353-7340. 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