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October 8, 2012 Volume 1 • Issue #05 Published by Professional Print Management • Serving Northeast South Dakota & West Central Minnesota • Advertising Information 605-541-0110 •

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October 8, 2012

Teacher: Alice, go to the map and find North America. Alice: Here it is! Teacher: Correct. Now class, who discovered America? Class : ALICE DID!.

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October 8, 2012

Complete Hunting Information and Applications:



Advertise for the Hunting Season! Call Today.. Affordable Rates And Other Ad Sizes Available

Sean or Lynette


09/01/12 - 11/05/12..................Snipe and Rail Hunting season 09/01/12 - 11/09/12.............................. Mourning Dove season 09/15/12 - 02/28/13 .. Small Game - Rabbits, Squirrels season 09/15/12 - 11/30/12........................Sharptailed Grouse season 09/15/12 - 01/01/13 ...... Small Game - Grouse, Gray Partridge 09/15/12 - 12/31/12 ......................Deer Hunt - Archery season 09/22/12 - 11/05/12......................................Woodcock season 09/29/12 - 10/14/12 ............... Moose Hunt - Northeast season 09/29/12 - 10/28/12 .................................... Fall Turkey season 10/13/12 - 01/01/13 ...................................... Pheasant season 10/18/12 - 10/21/12 ....... Deer Hunt - Special Youth Deer Hunt 10/18/12 - 10/19/12 .... Deer Hunt - Camp Ripley Archery Hunt - 1st season 10/20/12 - 10/24/12 ............................. Prairie Chicken season 10/20/12 - 03/15/13 ...................Raccoon, Red Fox, Gray Fox, Badger, Opossum (North) Hunting & Trapping 10/20/12 - 03/15/13 ...................Raccoon, Red Fox, Gray Fox, Badger, Opossum (South) Hunting & Trapping 10/27/12 - 04/30/13 ... Furbearer Trapping - Beaver - north zone 10/27/12 - 02/28/13 ................................. Furbearer Trapping Mink and Muskrat - north zone 10/27/12 - 01/05/13 .... Furbearer Trapping - Otter - north zone 10/27/12 - 10/28/12 ................................................Deer Hunt Camp Ripley Archery Hunt - 2nd season 10/27/12 - 04/30/13 ...Furbearer Trapping - Beaver - south zone 10/27/12 - 02/28/13 ................................. Furbearer Trapping Mink and Muskrat-south zone 11/03/12 - 11/11/12 ..... Deer Hunt - Firearm season-2A and 3A 11/03/12 - 11/18/12................. Deer Hunt - Firearm season-1A 11/17/12 - 11/25/12................. Deer Hunt - Firearm season-3B 11/24/12 - 11/29/12................. Fisher and Pine Marten season 11/24/12 - 01/05/13......... Bobcat - Hunting & Trapping season 11/24/12 - 12/09/12..............Deer Hunt - Muzzleloader season

October 8, 2012

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1995 Grand Prix SE has 111,000 miles on it. Its a two door red vehicle. It has a 3.1 LT motor. It comes with Dual exhaust and a spoiler.. GREAT GAS MILEAGE!!!!! Call/text 605.949.2025.

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Hawaiian Volcano

1 part Amaretto 1 part Southern Comfort 1 part Vodka Splash of Grenadine, shake & serve over ice.

Stop in and try one today!

Please Drink Responsibly and Always Designate a Driver.

FOR SALE: NEW IN THE BOX: Super Large Mo-Jo Robo Drake. Fold up wings. Battery Operated. NEW: 4 Canadian Geese Decoys. Floater or Field. NEW: 2 Sleeping Bags. 1-40X90, 1-33X75. NEW: GPS Hand Held. Call 605-886-4218 after 6PM or 605881-4414. Poulan Pro 500 EX Lawn Tractor 54” steel deck, 15” Poulan Pro easy-glide high back seat, 22 HP Briggs & Stratton Intek V-Twin, 4 years old, 697 hours. Runs perfect. $775. 605-265-1003 DOCK FOR SALE (9) 7' wood sections with hardware and seat. $850. 605-8628327 or 605-949-0784. Big Stone City.

12 ft. Movie Screen with MultiMedia CD DVD Projector & Blower. All New $1000.00 O.B.O. (605) 878-0544 Watertown, SD Beautiful 1956 Blond Baldwin Spinet Piano with Nice Bench. Very Good Condition $500.00 or reasonable offer (605) 878-0544 Watertown, SD 2006 HUMMER H2 FOR SALE. 40k miles. $35k OBO. Located @ EconoLodge Ortonville. 2001 Chevy Malibu with spoiler. Silver V-6. 108,000 miles. Great interior and flawless exterior. Great school car! Call 605-868-6538. FOR SALE: M International with Hydraulic loader. Wide front end. Tire chains. 605-949-0784. Big Stone City. Old claw foot tubs with fixtures, in great condition just need cleaned up and they are ready to go. 605-690-6125. Watertown.


With Tidbits Reader Contest!! Gone Fishin' Find the 3 Largemouth Bass in advertisements in this issue and enter to WIN a brand new all-in-one portable fishing setup courtesy of Tidbits!! This is what you are looking for... only smaller.

ENTER THROUGH REGULAR MAIL: Name/number/address and the three fish locations to Gone Fishin' Contest P.O. Box 313 Big Stone City, SD 57216

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Name/number/address and the three fish locations to DEADLINE TO ENTER IS, FRIDAY - 3 PM, October 12, 2012 of THE LAKE AREA

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Sean & Lynette Athey, Publishers For advertising call (605) 541-0110 Don Learn, Sales (605) 881-4414 100 Maple St., Ste 106, Watertown, SD 57201 Mailing: P.O. Box 313, Big Stone City, SD 57216

Congratulations to ner our Gone Fishin' Win

un Helene Eisenbra !! of Webster, MN!

Helene was our contest winner from the October 1st Issue

Thanks For Reading Tidbits!


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Complete Hunting Information and Applications: Deer die-off prompts reduction of some unsold East River licenses DEADWOOD, S.D. - The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department has conducted surveillance and taken reports of dead deer across many counties in southeast and south-central parts of the state to help determine the severity of this year’s Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) outbreak. Reports of dead deer has GFP taking actions to reduce harvest and encouraging hunters to visit early with landowners to determine local impacts and opportunities. “The deer die-offs reported have been local in nature for many areas and not evenly distributed across each county,” GFP Secretary Jeff Vonk said. “Because the impact of EHD can vary, it is essential that hunters check with their local landowner on the status of the deer herd on properties they hunt.” Vonk added that GFP is still actively monitoring the deer herd throughout the state. “We are grateful for the cooperation we have received from landowners and hunters. We have a common goal of doing what is best for our deer herd, and we will continue to evaluate additional reports and take further proactive measures if necessary.”

In response to the deer die-offs in eastern SD, the GFP Commission took emergency action at their October 4 meeting which provided Secretary Vonk the authority to immediately reduce the number of licenses available prior to the second drawing of the East River Deer hunting season. As a result of the Secretary”s actions, all unsold licenses have been removed from deer hunting units in Bon Homme, Hutchinson, Yankton, Clay, Union and Charles Mix counties. In addition, the Commission and Secretary Vonk authorized the elimination of all unsold licenses in southern Perkins County as a result of further EHD developments there. Hunters have also been given the option of turning in their deer license if they feel it is in their best interest to cancel their hunting plans. The license and associated tags must be returned to the GFP Licensing Office before the start of that respective season. If applicable, GFP will reinstate hunter preference points for the first drawing. Hunters desiring a refund for a deer license should send their license, including all associated tags, to: GFP Licensing Office; 20641 SD Highway 1806; Fort Pierre, SD 57532.


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October 8, 2012

VETERANS POST by Freddy Groves

Reducing Suicides At a recent hearing, the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs heard an update on progress to reduce veteran suicides, and the statistics aren’t good. We’re still losing 18 veterans a day. Not that the care at the Department of Veterans Affairs isn’t good. It is. A recent RAND Corporation study compared VA mental health help to that of civilian facilities in nine areas. In only two areas did the VA lag behind: treatment initiation and treatment engagement. And that’s where it’s most important ... that first step and subsequent treatments. At the hearing it was reported that at facilities around the country: --Managers are rigging the numbers to make it look like more veterans are being served. Appointments of existing patients are canceled so that new patients can be processed for a first appointment and get them on the books. --Management is pressuring staff to change desired appointment dates so it looks like veterans are being served faster. --Facilities claim (on paper) to be able to provide certain

services when they can’t. (This has been reported to the Office of the Inspector General.) --Veterans with substance-abuse problems wait two months for an appointment. Psychiatric patients wait six months for follow-up appointments. --Clerks have been told to cut therapy appointment times. Staff can’t give patients more time without special permission. --Veterans are ending up in the ER to get their meds. One good piece of news came out of the Senate hearing: For 2012, a “performance contract” for mental-health facilities mandates that those veterans who are gauged to be high risk for suicide will get four visits within 30 days. If you’re in trouble, the VA’s crisis hotline is a good place to start: 1-800-273-8255 (press 1). Or go online to www.veteran for confidential chats. Or text 838255 for instant help. © 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

Technical Sergeant

Amos H. Behl

January 3, 1923~November 10, 1943 Amos H. Behl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Behl, was born in Fairfield Township on January 3, 1923. He lived with his parents on the farm north of Appleton until the family moved to Ortonville. In September of 1941, he enlisted in the United States Army Air Force and graduated from aerial gunnery school in Sheppard Field, Texas, in February, 1942. He went overseas in August if 1942 and served in action over France and Germany. On November 24, 1942, he was among 18 airmen awarded the air medal for “conspicuous heroism” in action over Germanoccupied France. On November 10, 1943, Amos died while on duty in Eye Suffolk, East Anglia, England. At the time of the announcement details of his death were not given. He had been scheduled for return to stateside duty. Left to mourn his death were his parents, his 3 brothers: Graham Behl, Norman Behl and Richard Behl; and his 2 sisters: Cora Behl and Marian Kahl.

Appleton, Minnesota

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Appleton, Minnesota is the only city in the world to have all of its streets and avenues named after its fallen veterans. With the help of Appleton businesses and referencing the book Home of Honored Veterans, Tidbits of the Lake Area would like to introduce you to one of these Honored Soldiers each week.

October 8, 2012

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BUSINESS/SERVICE DIRECTORY PETS LAKEVIEW KENNEL PET BOARDING - A trusted name in pet care. Clean, modern, state-of-the-art facility. For the best care available, call 605-882-3342! Watertown.

LAKE PROPERTY SHORT TERM RENTAL Lake Kampeska home near Watertown. Book Now for Summer! 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, sleeps 12 (605) 520-7055

THRIFT STORES The Humane Society Thrift Store is a non-profit thrift store with 100% of the proceeds going to help the animals. Located in Uptown Watertown at 12 West Kemp, just east of Past Times. Open Tuesday-Friday 12-5 & Saturdays 11-3. With lots of new items to choose from daily, come check us out & help the animals in our community.

MOBILE HOMES FREE LOT RENT for 9 months for your mobile home. Call Neil (605) 874-2539 or (605) 868-6972.

WORK FROM HOME WORK FROM YOUR HOME OFFICE. Looking for motivated individuals to work from home setting up shopping accounts for our 26 year old INC 500 COMPANY. No stocking or delivering. Residual income. (507) 677-2356

FASHION ACCESSORIES Paparazzi Accessories available at Amanda’s Shear Impressions in Clinton, Mn. Everything is $5.50 or less! Headbands, hair clips, ring, bracelets, necklaces & earrings.

MISC. CLOVER LEAF SPORTING CLAYS Estelline, SD. Bring your friends and try our scenic Sporting Clay Course. A great place to start your bachelor party! Summer Leagues. Call Russell Nelson (605) 690-3955


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October 8, 2012


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Entertainment paper for Northeast South Dakota and West Central Minnesota.

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Entertainment paper for Northeast South Dakota and West Central Minnesota.