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Is Chocolate Really a Danger to Dogs? DEAR PAW'S CORNER: Just after Halloween, our dog "Skipjack" got into one of my kids' candy stashes and ate everything, including the wrappers. I kept an eye on him overnight and he seemed fine, just drank water more often. The next day he was normal, other than passing a pretty loose stool with plenty of brightly colored wrappers mixed into it. Is the "never let your dogs eat chocolate" rule overblown? -Tim F., Wichita, Kansas DEAR TIM: I've heard anecdotes from several readers about accidental chocolate consumption. Most of them say their pets didn't have a problem with it. But then, I'm not a veterinarian, and it's a good bet that vets see quite a few sick pets that got into a chocolate stash, particularly around the holidays. I recently read an article about mass-produced

U.S. chocolate having less cocoa content than chocolates made elsewhere. The Food & Drug Administration requires milk chocolate to contain no less than 10 percent chocolate liquor. Compare that to the U.K., where milk chocolate must contain at least 25 percent cocoa solids. The size and weight of your pet also must be taken into account. Bigger dogs may process toxic foods more easily than small dogs. So, cheap Halloween candy consumed by a large dog may not have a noticeably negative effect. However, it's still a gamble. Another issue to consider is Xylitol, a sweetener often used in sugar-free candies. That can be a danger to dogs of any size. In short, keep candy and pets separate -- period. Send your questions or pet tips to ask@pawscorner.com. © 2017 King Features Synd., Inc.

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It is said that defense is the most difficult part of the game, but in this deal from the 1997 world team championship, both pairs of defenders made short work of declarer’s shaky but apparently ice-cold (as the cards lay) four-spade contract. The deal occurred in the quarter-final match between a U.S. team and China. At both tables, North-South bid aggressively to reach four spades, which with normal defense would

yield 10 or 11 tricks. Against a heart or low diamond lead, for example, declarer would win in dummy and lead a spade to the king. With the ace onside and the suit divided 2-2, South would most likely finish with 11 tricks, losing only a spade and the ace of clubs. But both Wests found the most effective lead, a club. Both Easts — Xin Li for China and Michael Rosenberg for the U.S. — took the opening club trick with the queen and made a quick assessment of their prospects. East had to assume the ace of clubs was a trick, and this, plus the ace of spades, would give the defenders three tricks. The question remaining was where a fourth trick might come from. If West had the ace of diamonds, the defenders had four top tricks, but if declarer had the diamond ace, it would be necessary to score a second trump trick. Accordingly, both defenders, thinking along exactly the same lines, continued with the ace and another club at tricks two and three. South won with dummy’s king and led a spade from dummy, but both East players rose with the ace of spades and returned a fourth round of clubs, promoting West’s spade queen as the setting trick. Great minds do indeed run in the same channels. © 2018 King Features Syndicate Inc.

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new people. And as a bonus, you might find that some of your newly made friends could offer important business contacts. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) You might take pride in wanting to do everything yourself. But now’s a good time to ask family members to help with a demanding personal situation. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Pay more attention to the possibilities in that workplace change. It could show the way to make that longsought turn on your career path. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Your need to succeed might overwhelm obligations to your loved ones. Ease up on that workload and into some well-deserved time with family and friends. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Love rules for amorous Aquarians who can make good use of their ability to communicate feelings. Don’t be surprised if they’re reciprocated in kind. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Fishing for compliments? No doubt, you probably earned them. But it’s best to let others believe they were the ones who uncovered the treasure you really are. BORN THIS WEEK: Your good works flow from an open, generous heart. Nothing makes you happier than to see others happy as well.

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Adeline A. Foster Adeline Foster, 96, passed away on Friday, December 29, 2017. Funeral services were held at 1:00PM on Wednesday, January 3, 2018, at St. John American Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls, with burial in Canova, SD at the Immanuel Lutheran Church cemetery. Visitation with the family present was at Heritage Funeral Home on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 from 5-7 PM. Marlene Berger Marlene Berger, age 85, passed away Thursday, December 28, 2017. A memorial service was held at 2:00 PM Sunday, January 7, 2018 at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Ave. www. millerfh.com Elvina Buse Elvina Buse, 89, died Saturday Dec. 30, 2017. Funeral services were held on Thursday, January 4, 2018 in Marion at Emmanuel Presbyterian Church at 1:30 PM. Visitation was on Wednesday, January 3, 2018 from 5 to 7 PM at the Walter Funeral Home in Marion. Deloris Duerksen Deloris D. Duerksen, 85, died Sunday, December 31, 2017. Her Funeral service was at 10:30 AM, Friday, January 5, 2018 Linwood Wesleyan Church in Sioux Falls, with burial in Marion, SD, at Tieszen Cemetery. Visitation was at 5:00 PM, Thursday, January 4, 2018 at George Boom Funeral Home in Sioux Falls, where family will greet friends until 7:00 PM. Loren Gronseth Loren Gronseth, 89, died on Fri., Dec. 29, 2017. A private family service was held. www. heritagesfsd.com. Arvin Massey Arvin Massey, 89, died Sunday, December 24, 2017. Memorial services were at 1:00 PM, Saturday, January 6, 2018, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. Visitation with family present to greet friends was one hour prior to the service at the church. Additional obituary information and online guestbook may be found at www.georgeboom.com. Mary Ellen Miller Mary Ellen Miller, 83, died Saturday, December 30, 2017. Visitation with the family was Friday, January 5, 2018 from 5:30-7 PM with a prayer service at 7 PM at the Porter Funeral Home in Rock Valley, IA. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10:30 AM Saturday, January 6, 2018 at the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Rock Valley. Private family inurnment was at Eden Cemetery at Hudson. porterfuneralhomes.com

Dennis Leroy Nelson Dennis L. Nelson, 79 died on Sunday, December 31, 2017. Memorial Services were at 2:00 PM on Friday, January 5, 2018 at the Hofmeister Jones Funeral Chapel, Marion. The family was present to greet friends for one hour prior to the memorial service. hofmeisterjones.com

Grace (Grinager) Winter Grace (Grinager) Winter, 96, passed away on Tuesday, January 2, 2018. Memorial Service was at 2:00 PM Friday, January 5, 2018 at Dow Rummel Halladay Peterson Chapel, 1321 W. Dow Rummel Street, Sioux Falls. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Sioux Falls First Congregational Church, Dow Rummel, or an organization of the donor's choice. www. millerfh.com John Wirth John Wirth passed away on Friday, December 29, 2017. He was born on July 30, 1947. No services will be held at this time, but plans for a memorial golf tournament will be announced at a later date. HansenFuneralHome.com

Bernece Rasmussen Bernece D. Rasmussen, 85, passed away Sunday, December 31, 2017. Funeral service was held Friday, January 5, 2018 at 1:00PM at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Wessington Springs. Burial was in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Visitation was Thursday, January 4, 2018 from 5-7 PM at Our Savior's Lutheran Church with a prayer service at 7:00 PM.

Eleanor A. Kueter Eleanor Kueter, 84, died Dec. 30, 2017. A prayer service was held at 7 PM on Thursday, January 4, 2018 at Heritage Funeral Home in Sioux Falls, with family present from 5-7 PM. Funeral Mass was at 10:30AM Friday, January 5, 2018 at St. Michael Catholic Church in Sioux Falls. Burial was at St. Joseph Cemetery, Wellington. www.kinzleyfh.com

Nellie Reeves Nellie Reeves passed away December 27, 2017, 3 days before her 98th birthday. Funeral service was held at First Presbyterian Church, 2300 S West Ave., Sioux Falls, at 10:00 AM, Saturday, January 6, 2018, with interment at Trinity Cemetery in Volga. Visitation was at Miller Funeral Home - Westside Chapel, 6200 W. 41st St., Sioux Falls from 5 to 7 PM, Friday, January 5, 2018.

Wava D. Kaiser Wava D. Kaiser, 86, died Fri., Dec. 29, 2017. Her funeral service was at 10:30 AM Wed., Jan. 3, 2018 at Abiding Savior Free Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls. Visitation was at 5 PM Tue., Jan. 2, 2018 at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls, where the family was present to greet friends from 5-7 PM. Please consider a donation in Wava's memory to the Sioux Falls Humane Society. Obit and online guestbook at georgeboom.com.

Helen Riswold Helen J. Riswold, 93, passed away Saturday, December 30, 2017. Funeral services were at 1:00 PM Thursday, January 4, 2018 at East Nidaros Lutheran Church, rural Baltic. Visitation was from 4-6 PM Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at the Minnehaha Funeral Home, Baltic. Burial was in the East Nidaros Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the East Nidaros Building Fund. www.minnehahafuneralhome.com Henry Van Heerde Henry Van Heerde, 86, died Friday, December 29, 2017. Funeral services were at 1:30 PM Saturday, January 6, 2018, at Heritage Funeral Home, Sioux Falls. Visitation was at 11:30 AM Saturday at the funeral Home. Burial was in the Colton Cemetery, Colton. Minnehaha Funeral Chapel, Colton. minnehahafuneralhome.com Florence Van Kekerix Florence Van Kekerix, 95, of Colton passed away January 1, 2018. Memorial services were held at 11:00 AM Friday, January 5, 2018 at Faith Community Church, Colton. Burial was in the Colton Cemetery. Visitation was from 5-7 PM Thursday, January 4, 2018 at the Minnehaha Funeral Chapel, Colton. minnehahafuneralhome.com

Henrietta Brebner Henrietta "Hank" Ann Brebner, 87, passed away at December 27, 2018. Memorial services were at 2:00 PM Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at the Minnehaha Funeral Home, Garretson. Visitation was at noon at the funeral home. Burial was in the Summit Hill Cemetery, Garretson. www.minnehahafuneralhome.com Glenn E. Chick Glenn E. Chick, 70, died Thursday, Dec. 28, 2017. His memorial service as at 2 PM Wed., Jan. 3, 2018 at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. The family was present for one hour prior to the memorial service. Obit and online guestbook at www.georgeboom.com. Maxine Duba Maxine Mae (Vyhnalek) Duba passed away on December 28, 2017. She was born May 22, 1932. Funeral services were held at 10:30 AM on Wednesday, January 3, 2018, at the First United Methodist Church in Sioux Falls. The family was present to greet friends for visitation from 5:00 to 7:00 PM on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at the Miller Funeral Home Downtown location. Memorials may be sent to the Salvation Army, South Dakota Symphony or the El Riad Shrine Auxiliary. www.millerfh.com

James "Jim" Huntsinger Jim D. Huntsinger, 82, died Friday, December 22, 2017. A Funeral Mass was held 1:30 PM, Thursday, January 4, 2018, at St. Joseph's Cathedral, Sioux Falls. Inurnment followed at St. Michael's Cemetery, Sioux Falls, with Full Military Honors. In lieu of flowers, his family requests memorials in Jim's honor should be directed to St. Joseph's Cathedral, Sioux Falls, or the Bishop Dudley Hospitality House. Full Obit at www.heartlandfunerals.com John Stephen Jacobson John Stephen Jacobson passed away on December 26, 2017. No immediate services are planned. Donations to his service clubs, or Make A Wish Foundation and boy scouts of America would be appreciated. Wilma Faller Kietzmann Wilma Faller Kietzmann, 92, passed away Thursday, December 28, 2017. Funeral service was Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 1:00 PM, at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Armour with burial in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery in Armour. Visitation preceded the funeral from Noon to 1:00 PM at the church. Arrangements by Koehn Bros. Funeral Home in Armour. Expanded obituary at koehnbrosfuneralhome.com. Maynard A. Nagelhout Maynard A. Nagelhout died December 21, 2017. The visitation was held on Friday, December 29, 2017 from 5 until 8 PM at Demaine Funeral Home, Old Town Alexandria. Burial will be at the Arlington National Cemetery. Date will be determined. In Lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation at www.Chesapeake. cbf.org/donate Connie Spielmann Connie Spielmann, age 70, passed away Thursday, December 28, 2017. Family was present to greet friends from 5:00-7:00 PM Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Avenue. Funeral services were at 1:00 PM Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at Miller's with a time of fellowship before burial in Hartford, SD. www.millerfh.com Evelyn Thilges Evelyn Thilges, 89, passed away on Dec. 25, 2017. A private memorial service was held with her final resting place, St. Mary's cemetery in Watertown. Memorial gifts may be directed to Ava's House, Sanford Health Foundation/Gift of Time. www. heritagesfsd.com Joan Weber Joan Weber, 86, died Wednesday, December 27, 2017. A funeral service was held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, January 3, 2018, at the Miller Funeral Home Westside Chapel. The family was present to greet friends for visitation from 5:00-7:00 PM on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, Joan's family asks that memorials be directed to The Banquet at 900 E 8th St, Sioux Falls, SD 57103. www.millerfh.com

Paul A. Weber Paul Arnold Weber, 72, passed away on Wednesday, December 27, 2017. Memorial Service was at 11:00AM Friday, January 5, 2018 at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Ave. www.millerfh.com Yvonne Wulf Yvonne Lee Wulf, 79, passed away on Thurs., Dec. 28, 2017. Visitation was held on Mon., Jan. 1, 2018 from 2-4PM at Peace Lutheran Church in Rock Rapids, IA. A celebration of life service was held on Tues., Jan. 2, 2018 at 10:30 AM, also at Peace Lutheran Church in Rock Rapids, IA. wassfuneralhome.com. Elgeva Knobloch Funeral services were at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at Apostolic Christian Church in Lester, IA. Burial followed in the Apostolic Christian Church Cemetery at Lester, IA. Visitation was Monday, January 1, 2018 with family present from 2:00 to 4:00 PM and 6:00 to 8:00PM at the Apostolic Christian Church Fellowship Hall in Lester. Jackie Ening Jackie Ening passed away on December 26, 2017. Online registry at millerfh.com. The family requests that memorials be directed to Dougherty Hospice in Sioux Falls, or to a local hospice organization in your area. Lionel J. Froseth Lionel J. Froseth, 84, died on Wednesday, December 27, 2017. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30 AM Saturday, December 30, 2017 at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Sioux Falls. Visitation with family present was on Friday, December 29, 2017 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM, with a Liturgical Wake Service at 6:30 PM, at Holy Spirit Church. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Lionel's memory to the Ponca Community Educational Foundation. Online guestbook at www. georgeboom.com. Marcia Kirchner Marcia Anne Kirchner, age 58, passed away on December 27, 2017. Funeral services were held at 1:00 PM on Saturday, December 30, 2017 at Heritage Funeral Home. Visitation with the family present was at 11:00 AM on Saturday. www.heritagesfsd. com. David John Mulder David John Mulder, 37, died on Wednesday, December 27, 2017. Funeral Service was at 11:00 AM Saturday, December 30, 2017 at the Doon United Reformed Church in Doon, IA. Burial was at Hillside Cemetery at 2:45PM. Visitation with the family present was from 5 - 7PM Friday, December 29, 2017 at the church. The Porter Funeral Home in Rock Valley, IA is assisting the family. Condolences may be sent to www.porterfuneralhomes.com. Ella Plaska Ella Plaska, 91, died Friday, December 22, 2017. A private family service was held for her. Heritage Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. www. heritagesfsd.com.

Walter Bauman Walter Edward Bauman, 93, passed away Saturday, December 30, 2017. Memorial services were at 11:00 AM Saturday, January 6, 2018 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Jasper. Visitation was one hour prior to the services at the church. Burial was in the Jasper Cemetery. www.minnehahafuneralhome.com William F. Day Jr. William F. Day Jr., age 87, died Tuesday, January 2, 2018. Services were held at 1 PM (CT) Saturday, January 6, 2018 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Winner. Visitation was 5-7 PM Friday, January 5, 2018 at Leverington Funeral Home of the Northern Hills in Belle Fourche, and 1 hour prior to service. Interment was at 10 AM Monday, January 8, 2018 at Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis, with military honors by the Belle Fourche Veterans Honor Guard. funeralhomeofthenorthernhills.com Dennis Donovan Dennis J. Donovan, 69, died Tuesday, January 2, 2018. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30 AM, Saturday, January 6, 2018, at St. Lambert Catholic Church in Sioux Falls. Visitation with family was 5:00-7:00 PM, Friday, January 5, 2018, at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. georgeboom.com Alvin Goodroad Al Goodroad, Jr. died January 2, 2018. Funeral service was at 10 AM Saturday, January 6, 2018. Visitation was 5-7 PM Friday, January 5, 2018 at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Ave., Sioux Falls. Interment at Woodlawn Cemetery. www.MillerFH.com Carolyn Grace (Kuester) Mar Carolyn Grace (Kuester) Mar, age 98, passed away on December 21, 2017. Memorial services were held 10:00 AM, Thursday, January 11, 2018, at Chamberlain McColley's Funeral Home in Hot Springs. Chamberlain McColley's Funeral Home in Hot Springs. Dorothy Pecaut Dorothy Pecaut, age 101, passed away on January 2, 2018. Visitation with the family present was from 2 to 4 PM on Sunday, January 7, 2018 at Miller Funeral Home at 507 S. Main Avenue in Sioux Falls. Funeral service was at First Baptist Church at 1401 South Covell Avenue, Sioux Falls at 10:30 AM Monday, January 8, 2018, with burial at Woodlawn Cemetery. millerfh.com Patrick "Pat" Philippi Patrick 'Pat' Philippi, 66, passed away Monday, Jan. 1, 2018. A celebration of his life with family and friends was Friday, Jan. 12, 2018 from 4-8 PM at the Sioux Falls American Legion (1701 Legion Dr). For more info visit: www.heartlandfunerals.com Patricia Rudolph Patricia Close Rudolph, 88, died on December 31, 2017. Funeral services will be Saturday, January 20, 2018 at Canton United Methodist Church Canton, SD. andersonandsonsfh.com


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(MCC)—Vehicle owners likely know to check fluid levels and get their cars’ oil changed, but air filters may not be at the top of their maintenance checklists. Despite being a relatively inexpensive part, air filters often go overlooked. Air filters have an important job in a vehicle, prolonging the life span of engines and helping cars run more smoothly and efficiently. Purpose of vehicle air filters Vehicle combustion engines operate with a mixture of fuel and air. Without oxygen, gasoline or diesel fuels cannot burn properly and power the engine. The air filter’s job is to prevent dirt, dust and other debris from being sucked into an engine. Otherwise, grime can build up and impede engine performance or cause erosion of parts under the hood. It is much more costeffective to routinely change air filters than replace expensive engine parts. Rather than ignoring air filters until the last minute, drivers can take steps to keep filters clean and functioning at peak performance. • Improve fuel efficiency. Clogged air filters reduce air flow to engines, resulting in an improper ratio of air to fuel. As a result, spark plugs can be negatively affected and the engine may idle roughly

or misfire. These scenarios can greatly affect fuel efficiency as well as cause engine deposits from rich fuel. To save money and trips to the fuel pump, replace filters regularly. According to GearHeads, for older cars, studies have indicated that by replacing a dirty air filter, one can improve gas mileage by as much as 14 percent. • Reduce stress on the engine. Because of the air-tofuel mix in engines, even a mixture that is slightly off balance can affect what is going on under the hood. That means the engine must work harder to get enough clean air into the chamber to complete the combustion cycle, says the Automotive Training Center. • Enjoy more power. A filter that is saturated with dirt will restrict air flow. In such instances, drivers may notice a lack of power during acceleration. Replacing the filter can easily restore that pep. • Reduce vehicle emissions. Environmental concerns are a priority for many people. By keeping the engine working properly, with the advantage of clean, unobstructed air entering the chamber, a vehicle may produce lower emissions. Replacing air filters is an easy fix that many drivers can do themselves, or ask their mechanics to do during oil changes or other repair shop visits.

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LED Lights Add Style Without Sacrificing Safety (MS) — The reasons behind the popularity of certain autoDurability motive products tend to vary. Some drivers might prefer cerHomeowners who have installed LED lights in their tain features because they’re stylish, while other drivers might homes no doubt appreciate how infrequently such bulbs need be drawn to products because of their safety ratings. The grow- to be changed. The same benefits apply to LED lights for auing popularity of LED lights proves that certain automotive tomobiles. Built to deliver a robust, long-lasting performance, products can give drivers the best of both worlds. Ultinon LEDs can last up to 12 years, all the while providing In recent years, more and more drivers have replaced their superior light output to traditional, often fast-burning incanmanufacturer-installed incandescent lights with LED lights in descent lights. For many drivers, 12 years with a vehicle is a both the interior and exterior of their vehicles. LED lights pro- lifetime, meaning that once they’re installed, Ultinon LEDs, vide considerably more aesthetic appeal than traditional incan- which were designed as an easily installed direct fit for condescent lights, but the reasons to install LED lights stretch far ventional interior and exterior bulbs, the lights may never need beyond the high tech, stylish look they can give to a vehicle. to be replaced. Brighter output, superior light diffusion Many automotive upgrades are touted for their style or LED lights burn much brighter and more powerful than safety. LED lights provide aesthetic appeal while also improvconventional incandescent lights. But more light is not nec- ing driver visibility and making vehicles more visible to fellow essarily best, as uncontrolled bright light can be dangerous, motorists. More information about Philips Ultinon LEDS can creating excessive glare. Philips Ultinon lights provide excel- be found at www.philips.com/automotive. lent light distribution, employing a wide angle beam so drivers can see and be seen better. Ultinon LEDs are also available in several colors, depending on the application. Bright white LEDs are ideal for use as backup and position lights, while the cool blue lights add high tech flare to interiors and floors, trunks, and glove compartments. Amber LEDs work well with turn signals and hazard lights, whereas red lights are ideal for taillights. Braking & turning Many motorists only think of their vehicle lights through the lens of how the lights help them see the road. But lights also play a vital role in making drivers’ vehicles more visible to fellow motorists. Unlike traditional incandescent bulbs, LED lights turn on instantly, giving other motorists more time to react when drivers bright, instant-on capability of brake or turn. That’s especially important The Philips Ultinon LEDs when braking at night, when reaction time is already or turning immediately alerts other greatly compromised by a lack of natural drivers, giving them more time to react safely. light. COUPON 9 Car Wash Locations 12th & Valley View Road 951 S. Marion Road East 10th & Omaha 59th & Louise West 41st & Sertoma 2401 S. Louise 57th & Marion 33rd & Minnesota Tea, SD

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Spare tires on all vehicles are prone to aging because they seldom get replaced. Taking into account that tires degrade over time, NHTSA recommends that if your vehicle comes equipped with a full-size spare tire, that it not be used as a replacement for worn tires, except in emergencies such as replacing a flat tire.

When the chilly temperatures of winter set in, will your vehicle be ready for the cold? If you live in a part of the country that gets snow and ice, are you prepared to drive in those conditions? Planning and preventative maintenance are important year-round—but especially when it comes to winter driving.

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(MCC)—Breaking down while driving can be unnerving, potentially delaying trips and stranding motorists and their passengers for lengthy periods of time. However, for those with well-equipped emergency preparedness kits in their vehicles’ trunks, breakdowns can be much easier to manage. Even though new vehicles are loaded with advanced technology, drivers are no less likely to avoid breakdowns. In fact, roadside calls for stranded vehicles are on the rise. A study by the American Automobile Association found that, in 2015, 32 million drivers required the organization’s services, with issues regarding vehicle batteries, flat tires and vehicle keys reaching all-time

Owners may not always know that their vehicle is under an open recall and needs to be repaired. NHTSA’s Recalls Look-up Tool lets you enter a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to quickly learn if that specific vehicle has been recalled in the last 15 years and whether it has been repaired or not. Check for recalls on your vehicle by searching now: www.nhtsa.gov/recalls. If your vehicle is under a recall, get it fixed at your nearest dealer FOR FREE.

Know Your Car Every vehicle handles differently; this is particularly true when driving on wet, icy, or snowy roads. Take time now to learn how your vehicle handles under winter weather driving conditions. • Before driving your vehicle, clean snow, ice or dirt from the windows, the forward sensors, headlights, tail lights, backup camera and other sensors around the vehicle. • When your area gets snow, practice driving on snow-covered or icy roads— but not on a main road. Sharpen your winter weather driving skills and know how your vehicle handles in snowy conditions by practicing in an empty parking lot. See your vehicle’s manual to familiarize yourself with the features on your vehicle— such as antilock brakes and electronic stability control—and how the features perform in slippery conditions. For example, your vehicle or pedals may pulsate when controlling traction. • For electric and hybrid-electric vehicles, minimize the drain on the battery. If the vehicle has a thermal heating pack for the battery, plug your vehicle in whenever it’s not in use. Pre-heat the passenger compartment before you unplug your vehicle in the morning. • When renting a car, become familiar with the vehicle before driving it off the lot. Know the location of the hazard lights switch in case of emergency, and review the owner’s manual so that you’re prepared for any driving situation that may arise.

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keep covered, warm and dry. • Mobile phone: Mobile phones can be used to call for roadside assistance or other help. But keep in mind that cell signals may be especially weak in remote areas. • Reflective triangles: These items will warn oncoming traffic that your vehicle is on the side of the road. • Waterproof flashlight: A flashlight is handy for making repairs at night or signalling traffic in the dark. • Foam tire sealant: Tire sealant can be used to quickly repair flat tires until they can be assessed or changed at a mechanic’s shop or dealership. • Tire jack: You may need to change a tire on the spot. • Jumper cables: If a vehicle battery dies, a quick jump can get you moving along. Some people prefer a portable battery charging pack instead. In addition to these supplies, a multitool, batteries, first-aid kit, rags, ropes, and duct tape are handy to have around.


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Rounds Encourages South Dakota Truckers, Stakeholders to Offer Comments on ELD Rules WASHINGTON—U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) today encouraged South Dakota truckers and other citizens who may be negatively affected by Electronic Logging Device (ELD) rules to voice their concerns. Last month, the Department of Transportation announced a 90-day delay of its ELD rules for live load truckers, which were originally scheduled to take effect Dec. 18. DoT is now is accepting public comments regarding agricultural commodities until Jan. 19, 2018, visit https://www.regulations.gov./comment?D=FMCSA_FRDOC_0001-2476. “The ELD rules could have significant, real-world implications for live load truckers and the agricultural economy,” said Rounds. “This new rule brings to light the hours-of-service challenges for truckers who transport agricultural commodities and have long wait times at grain elevators and livestock barns. I’m grateful DoT Secretary Elaine Chao has recognized the need to seek additional input from stakeholders and encourage South Dakotans to voice their concerns.” The intent of the delay is to give DoT officials more time to hear the concerns of truckers who transport live-loads and other agricultural products. The announcement came a month after Rounds joined a number of South Dakota truckers in Washington, D.C., to discuss these concerns with DoT officials.

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The important thing is not the miles you’ve driven, but what you’ve driven into your head with those miles.

DEC. 2017 DRIVER OF THE MONTH: Cary Ediger, Professional Truck Driver

(SDTA)—Cary Ediger, professional truck driver for Orion Food Systems, LLC, Sioux Falls, SD, has been selected as the December 2017 Driver of the Month by the South Dakota Safety Management Council. Mr. Ediger has been driving for Orion Food Systems, LLC, for the past 25+ years. He has aquired 4 million miles in his 40 year professional driving career. Cary was named the Driver of the Month once before in May of 2008. Cary is a dependable and safe driver! He has a friendly personality that is great for putting a smile on the face of his customers and the office staff. He demonstrates professionalism on a daily basis! He and his wife Lorrie are the parents of two adult children and three grandchildren. They reside in Sioux Falls, SD. The South Dakota Trucking Associa-

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It’s measuring aggressiveness, Mike. And judging from the tone of your letter, it looks like it might be on to something! If you want better mileage -- and if you want your car to last longer -- driving gently is among the best things you can do. This annoying “score” is measuring how gently you accelerate, how steadily you cruise and how infrequently and gently you brake. And it’s telling you something I’m sure you already know: that you’re an animal, Mike, and your wife is not. I’m sure your wife anticipated this problem when she

talked you into trading in your Dodge Charger for this Prius. Psychologists know that if you want to change behavior, you have to measure it. So, by giving you a score, and tacitly encouraging you to beat your score, the car is trying to train you to do the things that improve your mileage. Pavlovian games like this work on most people -we’re a lot more like lab rats than we like to admit. I suppose, Mike, you could try to spite it and play a game to see how low a score you could get. Then you can try to convince

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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Ridge surprised Brooke by bringing her daughter, Hope, back to Los Angeles. Katie felt badly about keeping Wyatt in the dark about his father’s drama. Inconsolable at not being able to reach Liam, Steffy was shocked to find Bill at her front door. Hope and Rick butted heads shortly after seeing each other again. Maya questioned Rick about when he was going to confront Ridge about his affair of the heart with Quinn. Bill returned to Spencer Publications, where his inner turmoil was on full display to everyone. Liam came home to the beach house, which briefly gave Steffy hope for reconciliation. Hope caught up with Pam and then was introduced to Sally. Wait to See: Jealousy and contempt become the motives for an attempted coup. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Lani received some stunning news. Steve began experiencing some strange symptoms. Believing Eric wasn’t interested in her, Jennifer agreed to dinner with a new suitor. Gabi and Stefan clashed while at work. Steve kept a secret from Kayla. Lani’s life turned upside down as a result of her Christmas Eve mistake. Chad hired John to investigate Stefan’s background. Brady revealed his plans for Eve to Victor. Meanwhile, Chloe grilled Eve about her intentions toward Brady. Lani made an important decision. JJ resigned from the force. Abigail questioned Stefan about his past. JJ overheard that Lani is pregnant. Eli and Gabi celebrated her success and their future. Vivian paid Brady and Eve a visit. Wait to See: JJ pleads with Lani not to end her pregnancy. GENERAL HOSPITAL Anna was shocked. Jordan offered a welcome relief to someone. Nathan got candid with Dante. Maxie turned to Lulu for help. Oscar and Josslyn couldn’t reach an agreement. Alexis reacted emotionally. Michael accepted Nelle’s decision. Franco tried to reconcile his past. Laura shared her news with Kevin. Ned was very optimistic. Valentin got a surprise visit. Anna found evidence to support her theory. Sam made her intentions known. Sonny marked his territory. Jason followed through on a promise. Oscar looked to Drew for guidance. Carly agreed to compromise. Spinelli made some progress. Kim made a friend. Wait to See: Sonny receives a mysterious text message. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Billy struggled to get back on a normal schedule on his first day working at Chancellor. Later, Cane and Billy attended a meeting at the GCAC, but Cane was distracted when he saw Lily eating with Devon. Abby decided to take a break from Genoa City and take care of Brash & Sassy’s business in Paris. Cane was suspicious when J.T. received a delivery from a messenger. Ashley accused Jack of trying to distract her by surprising her with a newly renovated lab. Scott asked Lauren for a loan, but Lauren suspected that he just wanted to create some distance from Abby. Lily suggested to Cane that they put their divorce proceedings aside. Wait to See: Sharon invites Kathy, a homeless woman, to stay with her. (c) 2017 King Features Synd., Inc.

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day, Jan. 18 at 7pm to the Old Courthouse Museum, 200 W 6th St., for the Free History Talk. “Real American Heroes, My Take” Hear the stories of 5 American Heroes and discover what their courageous experiences say about them, as told by Storyteller Rick Lingberg. For more informatuion, visit www.fyi-dakota.com, call (605) 951-9200, Email info@minnehahahistory.org or Like us on facebook for more information. • Gonna Get Wed Winter Bridal Showcase – Brunch: January 21at 10am (Requires preregistration). Show: January 21 from 12pm-3pm held at the Sioux Falls Convention Center, 1201 N West Avenue. With not only a grand venue, but the highest attendance of wedding professionals and brides, our bridal showcase is proud to be the largest and only nationallyaccredited bridal show in the state of South Dakota. We have the finest bridal professionals all under one roof, ready to meet you. Fabulous fashions, decor trends, cake sampling, photographers, venues, invitations and so much more! Each bride will leave with a beautiful GonnaGetWed Planner and have a chance to WIN up to $7,000 in prizes! For more information, call (605) 332-6000. • January Third Sunday Archeology Presentation – Sunday, Jan. 21 at 2 PM, Room 113A/B, Froiland Science Complex, 33rd St. and Summit Ave., Augustana University. Village Life on the Upper Missouri: The Archeology and History of the Hidatsa. Archeologist Jay Sturdevant presents an overview of the history and archeology of the area known today as Knife

River Indian Villages National Historic Site in North Dakota. The Hidatsa have lived on the Upper Missouri for millennia. Their lifestyle allowed them to thrive and grow into a densely settled community that was one of the largest in the Americas at the end of the 18th century. Typically known as one of the villages visited by the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery expedition, the people that lived in these communities left a lasting legacy of cultural traditions that continue to this day. The talk is free and open to the public. For more info contact: L. Adrien Hannus, adrien.hannus@augie. edu, (605) 274-5493. • SF Social Singles Friday Night Dinner – Join us for food, fun and conversation if you are 40+. Join us for Sunday Afternoon Coffee and Conversation at the E. 10th Street HyVee Market Grill, 3 pm. For more info, call (605) 201-9881 or (605) 3601908. • Sioux Falls Stamp Club Meeting – Held the 1st Wednesday of the month at 7pm held at Caille Branch Library, 4100 Carnegie Circle, off W. 49th St. Collectors of all ages are welcome. • 2018 Winter Bike Summit – Thursday, Jan, 11 from 5-10:30pm held at the Icon Event Hall, 402 N Main Ave. Admission: Free. Come early to visit with advocacy groups, bike vendors, and representatives from regional rides and organizations. The earlier you arrive the better chance you’ll have to win prizes! Stay late and

enjoy live music and social time with your fellow riders. • Downtown Winter Crazy Days – Friday & Saturday, Jan. 19 & 20 located Downtown. Retail specials throughout the weekend; deals you won’t want to miss! For more information, call (605) 338-4009. • 2018 Sioux Falls Go Red For Women Event – Tuesday, Jan. 30 from 4:30 - 8pm held at the Convention Center, 1201 N. West Ave. Admission is $125. Sioux Falls area heart and stroke survivors, physicians, and business and community leaders will join the American Heart Association at the Go Red For Women Event. The program will feature a keynote from Amy Dee. Event attendees also will hear from other survivors and experts on ways that they can identify their risk for heart disease and stroke and will also get tips for preventing heart disease through simple lifestyle changes. The event will include a social hour, silent auction, and more. For more info, call (605) 359-3208. • Dakota Opry – February, 18 from 4-6pm held at the American Legion in Tea, SD. The Dakota Opry is a country music show featuring some of the best musicians in the region along with special guests and frequently hosting National Acts. The Dakota Opry is held on the third Sunday of each month (excluding May through August and December). It is the biggest country show with a nine piece band this side of Branson without the drive.

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Keeping marriages together is key to combating poverty Q: I’ve heard some about your organization. I guess helping people with their marriages is a good thing. But wouldn’t all that effort be better directed toward something more important, like combating poverty? Jim: Thanks for asking this. In a limited venue like this column, I’d summarize our perspective with an illustration. The late Southern novelist Pat Conroy described a broken marriage best when he said, “Each divorce is the death of a small civilization.” He was absolutely right. Divorce doesn’t just split up a husband and wife or separate kids from their parents. The breakdown of the family is one of the most overlooked reasons for the high poverty rate in America. I’ve experienced the reality of that firsthand. My own father abandoned our family when I was just 5 years old. Our world fell apart. We quickly slipped into poverty. My mother was forced to work full-time as a waitress to make ends meet. So not only did I stop seeing my father regularly, but my mom was not home in the afternoons and evenings, and I was off to school in the mornings before she woke up. That was our routine. It’s the routine for thousands of other families as well. Consider some of these factors: Families with children that were not poor before the divorce see their income drop as much as 50 percent afterward. Almost half of the parents with children

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Focus on the Family who go through a divorce drop below the poverty line. In general, children of divorced parents perform more poorly in reading, spelling and math. They also are more likely to repeat a grade and to have higher drop-out rates and lower rates of college graduation. Low education rates perpetuate the cycle of poverty. It doesn’t get reported in the media very often, but if we want to decrease poverty, we need to save marriages. Stable families form the bedrock of any society. That’s part of why we do what we do. Q: My boyfriend and I want to get married eventually, but we’ve been told that living together for a few years will help us prepare before making things “official.” What do you think? Greg Smalley, Vice President, Family Ministries: Living together almost seems to have become the new engagement. The problem is that research shows the divorce rates for those who live together

before marriage are significantly higher than for those who don’t. Cohabitation is a risky venture because there’s no commitment holding the relationship together. It’s essentially two people saying to one another, “I’ll hang out with you as long as you make me happy.” That’s a shaky foundation to build a life on. It infuses doubt and mistrust into the very DNA of your relationship from the get-go. In other words, you’re sabotaging your marriage before you even walk down the aisle. I think a lot of young adults are choosing to live together because they’re afraid to commit. Maybe their parents divorced, or they’ve been swayed by negative messages about marriage in the culture. Whatever the reason, I believe these couples want to get married and stay married. The biggest problem is most don’t know how to prepare for marriage properly. They don’t realize they can learn how to build a successful relationship. And that’s too bad because premarital counseling can make a lifetime of difference. If you doubt that, consider this: Eighty percent of couples who get quality premarital training stay married. That percentage of success shows that there is a way for couples to make a lasting commitment to one another. We have loads of resources and information available to help your relationship thrive at FocusOnTheFamily.com/marriage. © Copyright 2018 Focus on the Family

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DEAR DR. ROACH: I would like to know if you have ever heard of a person being allergic to psyllium fiber? My doctor suggested I take Metamucil for constipation, as opposed to stool softeners. However, when I took it, my face and eyes began to itch, I began to wheeze and I coughed until I vomited it up. My doctor stated he had never heard of anyone being allergic to it. As a side note, my husband has used Metamucil for years, and I have had a couple of episodes of wheezing and shortness of breath that could be attributed to inhaling some of the powder when he mixed it. -- P.G. ANSWER: I haven’t seen any cases either, but it can happen, rarely -- most often to people who have allergies to grasses or dust. It is possible that inhaling some of the powder started the allergy. I would be careful to stay away from the area where your husband is mixing his, as allergies sometimes worsen over time. Unfortunately, you will have to find another source for fiber. Good dietary sources include wheat bran, prunes and prune juice. If you need a supplement, you may try methylcellulose (such as Citrucel), wheat dextrin (like Benefiber), and

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apartment looks like a war zone. Almost all of the furniture has been broken, not to mention the cuts and bruises on my dad. Is there anything you can think of that might cause this? -- J.G. ANSWER: If multiple doctors haven’t helped with the benefit of a complete history, exam and labs, I’m not likely to. However, vitamin D supplements have been shown to improve strength and reduce falls in the large number of people who have low levels. There are two ways to find out. You either can have the vitamin D level checked by a doctor, and use vitamin D if it is low; or, you can try a daily dose of vitamin D for a month or so and see if it helps. Most authorities recommend 400800 IU daily. Personally, I have found that 1,000-2,000 IU often is needed. This dose is unlikely to do harm if taken for only a month trial, and may be necessary for those whose levels are deficient and have symptoms. *** Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med. cornell.edu. To view and order health pamphlets, visit www.rbmamall.com. (c) 2018 North America Synd., Inc.

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