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CLASSIFIEDS Announcements................2, 5 Business Services..........19 Employment.................18 Business Opportunities.....18 Employment Wanted.........18 Help Wanted.....................18 Financial................................5 Interest to Women................5 Miscellaneous.......................5 Pets & Supplies................... 5 Real Estate...................19 Rentals..............................19

Share Rentals....................19 Storage Rentals.................19 Sporting & Firearms..............5 Want to Buy..........................5 FEATURED PAGES Business Services...............19 Community Events & Weekly Features.......... 15-17 Employment........................18 Franklin Food Market............3 Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet................................14

Koupal Angus........................1 LOOP.............................. 7-14 Obituaries............................16 Puzzle Page...........................6 Real Estate & Rentals..............................19 Ruby Tuesday.......................7 Sioux Falls Farm Show / Sioux Empire Livestock Show.................11 Sunshine Foods............13, 20 Western Commercial Printing...............................4

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15 EXERCISES WE'D BE BETTER OFF WITHOUT IN 2020 1. Jumping on the bandwagon 2. Wading through paperwork 3. Running around in circles 4. Pushing your luck 5. Spinning your wheels 6. Adding fuel to the fire 7. Beating your head against the wall 8. Climbing the walls 9. Beating your own drum

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12. Grasping at straws 13. Fishing for compliments 14. Throwing your weight around 15. Passing the buck A NEW YEAR A new year is unfolding—like a blossom with petals curled tightly concealing the beauty within. Lord, let this year be filled with the things that are truly good—with the comfort of warmth in our relationships, with the strength to help those who need our help and the humility and openness to accept help from others. As we make our resolutions for the year ahead, let us go forward with great hope that all things can be possible—with Your help and guidance.

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A 2017 survey from the American Homebrewers Association found that 1.1 million in the United States brewed their own beer at home. Incredibly, 40 percent of them had started doing so in the previous four years. Perhaps due to the craft beer boom, which has seen professional brewers experiment with new styles and ingredients, many people have discovered a passion for beer they never knew they had, ultimately motivating them to try to make their own beer at home. As prospective home brewers gain more experience, they might want to expand their horizons and purchase more advanced equipment. But the AHA notes that the following are the basics that novice home brewers will need to get started. • Fermenter: Fermenters hold the wort as it ferments into beer. • Airlock and bung: The airlock inserts into the top of the fermenter, allowing carbon dioxide to escape without letting contaminants in. Some fermenters will require a bung to secure the airlock. • Brew pot: Sometimes called the “kettle,” the brew pot is where the boiling process takes place. The size of the batch will dictate the size of the brew pot, but the larger the batch, the larger brew pot brewers will need. • Heat source: The pre-boil volume needs to be heated up, and a kitchen stove might suffice as a heat source for small batches. But the AHA notes that, as batch size grows, a more powerful heat source might be necessary to ensure timeliness of the heating process. • Siphon/tubing: Siphon/tubing makes it easy and less messy to move hot wort and the finished product around. It’s possible to lift and pour the hot wort and finished product, but that increases the risk of spillage. The AHA notes that auto-siphons are an option some home brewers might want to consider. • Cleaner: Home brewing materials need to be cleaned thoroughly after each batch. The AHA recommends

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The craft beer business is booming. According to the Brewers Association, small and independent American craft brewers contributed $55.7 billion to the United States economy in 2014, providing more than 424,000 jobs across the country.

While craft beer is growing in popularity, even the most ardent craft beer drinkers may not know just what qualifies a beer for craft beer status. Defining craft beer can be difficult, but the Brewers Association says there are certain criteria that American brewers should meet before they can be characterized as craft brewers. • Size: Craft brewers are small, with CraftBeer.com saying breweries cannot produce more than six million barrels of beer per year. • Independent: Ownership also determines if a brewer can be characterized as a craft brewer. The Brewers Association says that, to be considered a craft brewer, no more than 25 percent of the brewery can be owned or controlled (or equivalent economic interest) by an alcohol industry member that is not itself a craft brewer.

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avoiding scented products, as scents can linger, potentially affecting the flavor and aroma of the finished product. • Sanitizers: Sanitizers prevent microorganisms from adversely affected brewing equipment. Brewers can create their own sanitizer by adding one ounce of bleach per gallon of water, or they can purchase sanitizers at brew shops. • Hydrometer: The AHA notes that hydrometers, which measure the gravity and sugar density in water, are not technically necessary to brew beer at home. However, hydrometers allow for close monitoring of fermentation and let home brewers calculate specifications like alcohol content. These are the essentials necessary to begin a home brewing operation. More information about products necessary for home brewing, including mashing equipment and the bottling process, is available at www.homebrewersassociation.org. Along with our craft beer selections, we feature hand-crafted cocktails built with fresh-squeezed juices and house-made syrups and sours and a chefselected wine menu that perfectly complements our portion appropriate plates.

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Such involvement may involve craft brewers sponsoring local events, but may also include philanthropy, product donations and volunteerism. Innovation is another hallmark of craft brewers. Craft brewers often offer their own interpretations of classic beer styles, giving these styles unique twists. That departure from the norm is what draws beer drinkers to craft beers.

• Traditional: Craft brewers must have a majority of their total beverage alcohol volume in beers whose flavor derives from traditional or innovative brewing ingredients and their fermentation. Those requirements are more stringent, but there are some additional characteristics that help to define the craft brewing industry. For example, the Brewers Association notes that many craft brewers are heavily involved in their communities.

The craft beer business is booming and has revolutionized how people think about and consume beer. More information about craft beer is available at www.brewersassociation.org.


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Last week’s Whisk(e)y Wednesday with Zac was a lot of fun. It felt great to be back in the routine of being behind the bar, and we poured a lot of flights. On top of that, our releasing of rare and hard to find bourbons at 6:00pm seemed to work a little smoother than releasing on Friday mornings. We’ll continue to handle it this way so as to give more people an opportunity to be there when these hard to find bourbons are available for sale. We’ll have plenty more good ones to release this week, including more Blanton’s, Old Forester 1910, Rock Hill Farms, and Henry Mckenna. I’ll touch base on how you can get your hands on one of these bottles later in the post. Football season is sadly winding down and it is bumming me out. I tend to follow the college game more than the NFL with my loyalty belonging to LSU and my alma mater, Augustana University. Since Augie’s season has been over for a couple weeks, I’ve shifted my focus to watching LSU play on Saturday afternoons. It’s been a great deal of fun to watch their offense come out of the Stone Age and into the 21rst century. I bring this up because usually when I’m watching football I’m also enjoying a pour of something tasty. My go to is Old Forester 1920 when I want something I can enjoy for a while. I put 2oz on a cube and am able to sip on it for a good 45 minutes. It has a lot of

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cherry cola notes and vanilla tones providing a sweet heat. I’m a fan of the higher proof that it carries so that it can stand up to that cube for an extended period of time. When the occasion is a little more special, like the College Football National Championship, I sip on my lone bottle of Old Forester 1910. Both are incredible expressions in my top 5 whiskies all time. What makes the 1910 so good to me is it’s rich sweetness. It carries extra sugar from being aged in a second charred oak barrel which adds a layer of dark berries to the finish. When I feel like having more than a couple pours, I go with an Old Forester Single Barrel store pick that I have. They’re cut at 90 proof so I can enjoy them neat or on a single cube. I really believe that the barrels available in Old Forester’s Single Barrel program are some of the best whiskies available on the market right now. We’ve got a couple selections from them coming up in 2020, including one that Kenadi will help me choose for our wedding in September. The let down about me talking up these single barrel selections is that we only have them available by the pour in the bar right now. For those that want to get their hands on one of the rare and hard to find bourbons I discussed in my first paragraph, getting these whiskies in a flight gets you additional tickets in the drawing that we will do at 6:00pm. Like last week, between 3:00pm and 6:00pm anyone can stop in and get a ticket for a chance to buy the rare bourbons we have in stock this week. Each featured whiskey that you get in a flight will get you an additional ticket up to a max of 4 tickets total. At 6:00pm we will draw for the order of purchase on these hard to find items. There will be a limit of one bottle per VIP account, and you must be present when drawn to buy. By Zac Johnson

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Lift Those January Doldrums with Light, Easy Libations There are days when you just don’t want a straight up boozy cocktail and wine just doesn’t sound right either. What if there was a creative way to combine both of those worlds and create a light, easy libation that may just lift those January doldrums? As a retailer I receive a ton of information, recipes and such from various sources and I thought I would share of few of my favorite and fun wine “cocktails”. For those of us who are a certain age, we can still remember the bygone days of wine spritzers, but there is a current trend with a modern twist that might just trip your fancy. It’s light and low in alcohol but not watered down and tasteless—great for groups of people if you want to lay out all of the ingredients with instructions on how to build the beverage. A very pretty table setting and takes you away from bartending! Skinny Raspberry & White Wine Spritzer (Courtesy of Coravin & Samantha Nieves) • 2 oz. Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc • 3-4 Fresh Raspberries or Blackberries, Muddled • 3-4 Fresh Raspberries or Blackberries, Whole • 2 Lime Wedges • Polar Raspberry Lime Seltzer Muddle berries in the bottom of the glass then fill the glass halfway with ice. Add the Sauvignon Blanc first and then seltzer to fill

the glass. Squeeze lime juice and stir. Add whole fresh berries and lime wedges to garnish. While I’m a huge fan of Sangria, sometimes I just don’t want to take the time to soak the fruit and do the overnight thing but this Cabernet Sauvignon cocktail fits the bill will just a hint of savory that I love. • 3 oz. Mon Frere Cabernet Sauvignon • 1 1/4 oz Rosemary Honey Syrup* • 1/2 oz. Cherry Juice • 1/2 oz. Torres Magdala Orange Liqueur • 1 Lemon Wedge Squeeze (approx. ¼ oz) Simply add all of the ingredients straight into the glass of your choice over ice. Sip and enjoy. This can also be made in large batches to accommodate a crowd. Just adjust your ratios accordingly. *Rosemary Syrup (this can also be used to sweeten hot or iced tea and its marvelous) Pour 1/2 cup of water into a sauce pan and By Heather Taylor

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steep 3 rosemary sprigs on medium heat (hot, not boiling) for 5 to 7 minutes then add one cup of honey. Remove rosemary and stir until honey is dissolved. Lightly simmer until texture is syrupy. Set aside until cooled before adding to the cocktail. Can be kept refrigerated for a week. Stop in to GoodSpirits for your base ingredients and check out the extensive selection of unique liqueurs and mixers in our store.


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Hosting a Super Bowl party for friends and family is a big responsibility. Each year, well over 100 million people watch the championship game of the National Football League. In fact, according to Nielsen, 111.3 million people in the United States tuned in to watch the New England Patriots’ thrilling and historic comeback victory in Super Bowl LI in 2017. While people anxiously anticipate watching the NFL’s biggest game of the year, many are equally excited to attend Super Bowl parties, where they can watch the game with loved ones while enjoying delicious food and drink. Some Super Bowl party hosts may prefer to have their parties catered, while others enjoy getting in the kitchen to prepare some homemade foods for their guests. Hosts among the latter group can prepare familiar crowd favorites that are sure to please, such as this easily-prepared recipe for “Crusty Mac and Cheese” from Neal Corman’s “Virgil’s Barbecue Road Trip Cookbook” (St. Martin’s Press).

Crusty Mac & Cheese Serves 4 to 6

• 1 pound elbow macaroni • 1⁄8 teaspoon ground white pepper • 3⁄4 cup heavy cream • 1⁄2 tablespoon hot sauce • 1 1⁄4 cup Cheese Whiz

• 1⁄2 teaspoon kosher salt • 1⁄2 cup chicken stock • 1⁄2 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce • 1⁄2 tablespoon Creole mustard • 8 ounces sharp cheddar cheese, shredded

1. Preheat the oven to 350 F. Grease a 2-quart baking dish. 2. Boil the macaroni in a 2-quart saucepan filled with water, until it is al dente, or still has some snap when you bite it. Strain the pasta and rinse thoroughly with cold water. Set aside. 3. Combine the remaining ingredients, except for the shredded cheese, in a medium saucepan over medium heat. The mixture should be barely simmering. Whisk periodically. Cook for 7 to 10 minutes. 4. In a large mixing bowl, combine the cheese sauce with the pasta and about one-third of the shredded cheese. Transfer to the baking dish, covering with the remaining shredded cheese, and bake covered for 10 minutes. 5. Uncover and bake for 15 minutes more, or until the top is golden brown.


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The first phase of the Digital Passport will serve as the ballot to vote in the 7th Annual Downtown Burger Battle. As participants cast votes, they earn points. Top point earners will be rewarded with prizes, like DTSF gift cards. Early adopters can sign up to receive an email when the app is able to download on January 2, 2020 at https://dtsf.com/digital-passport/

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Focus on the Family We should go beyond issuing warnings, though. Parents should set common-sense boundaries around online time. Begin talking at an early age about discernment. Consider installing filters that will block objectionable content. Finally, moms and dads need to know what social networks their kids are a part of. You might even want to require knowing their password, especially in the case of a younger teen. You can find more practical advice on our website at FocusOnTheFamily.com/ parenting/tech-support-for-parents. Q: When should I tell my parents and siblings that my marriage is on the rocks? My wife and I have been struggling for a long time. We're seeing a counselor and we both want the relationship to work, but so far things aren't getting any better. Greg Smalley, Vice President, Family Ministries: Generally speaking, secrets are a bad thing, whereas confidentiality is

good. When someone who needs to know something doesn't, that's keeping a secret. On the other hand, when the people who need to know do know, and the rest of the world doesn't, healthy confidentiality is being maintained. When everyone gets in on the action -- regardless of who they are -- that's gossip. And gossip isn't in anyone's best interest. In that context, the general rule of thumb is to dispense information only on a need-to-know basis. If a physical change in your living arrangements is imminent, then immediate family members are going to have to know about it sooner or later, and it would be best if they got the word from you first. This doesn't mean you have to share all the details with them. Discuss your deepest concerns only with people you trust implicitly and regard as thoroughly healthy and safe. Everybody needs a strong support system you can turn to in times of trouble. Ideally, we all want family in that network. The problem is that family members are often too emotionally involved, too biased and too invested to maintain a helpful and objective point of view. If you believe that your family members have the capacity to listen compassionately, and you're convinced that their only motive in doing so would be to offer you good, solid, objective and disinterested advice, it might be worth your while to open your heart to them.

Jim Daly is a husband and father, an author, and president of Focus on the Family and host of the Focus on the Family radio program. Catch up with him at www.jimdalyblog.com or at www.facebook.com/DalyFocus. COPYRIGHT 2020 FOCUS ON THE FAMILY, 8605 EXPLORER DRIVE, COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80920

DAVE SAYS Playing the lottery robs you of your future Dear Dave, I’ve been struggling financially for the past few months, so I’ve been playing the lottery once a week. To me, the chance to win millions is worth a few dollars a month, even if things are tight. Paula Dear Paula, You’ve told me you’re having money troubles, and at the same time you’re throwing money out the window every week? Honestly, the small amount you’re talking about doesn’t make a difference. Even if it’s just two or three bucks a week, that action represents a lot of financially irresponsible behavior in your life. I’m going to be very blunt with you. The lottery is a tax on the poor and people who

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Dave Ramsey can’t do math. Your chances of winning are bleak at best. Did you know the odds of winning the Powerball jackpot are about 1 in 292,000,000? There are plenty of other very unusual things that are much more likely to happen to you than winning the

lottery. Your chances of making a holein-one on the golf course are about 1 in 12,500. Even your odds of having quadruplets are around 1 in 11 million. When times are tough and you’re strapped for cash, the last thing you need to do is spend what little you have on gimmicks. My advice is to focus on working hard, living on a tight budget that cuts out all unnecessary expenses, and saving every penny you can. Unlike the lottery, this is a plan that works every time. When you start living on a budget and get out of debt, it provides a little bit of breathing room in your life. You might even feel like you got a raise! Don’t let your finances—and your dreams—be hijacked by the lottery. —Dave

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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Hope broke down in front of Brooke about what she witnessed between Steffy and Liam. She also informed her that Douglas was her hero. Steffy tried telling Liam that Thomas pulled some strings to get what he wanted. Steffy and Ridge were worried about the outcome of the upcoming Forrester fashion showdown after seeing Sally’s designs. Sally panicked that she would be fired. Shauna encouraged Flo to go after Wyatt even though he was engaged to Sally. Ridge confessed to Brooke about his shared kisses with Shauna. Wyatt conveyed to Flo that he and his family thought she did a remarkable thing by donating her kidney to Katie. Quinn eavesdropped on a private conversation between Eric and Brooke. Shauna told Ridge that she would always be there for him. Katie made a plea for forgiveness to her family. Brooke and Quinn declared war upon each other. Wait to See: Quinn receives some bad news from Eric. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Clyde suggested to Ben that they break out of prison. Hattie caused complications for Kate. “Steve” revealed his true identity to Kristen. Ciara was blown away when Xander and Victor’s secret was revealed. Abigail was surprised to find “Steve” with Kristen. Chad grew suspicious of Kate. Eli proposed to Gabi. Gina and Stefano devised a new plot to break up John and Marlena. Abe was stunned when Eli filled him in on Lani. Armed with a hidden agenda, JJ paid Gabi a visit. Julie had some bold advice for Kayla. “Steve” persuaded John to leave town with him to hunt down Stefano. JJ attempted to disable Gabi’s pacemaker app. Lani enlisted Kristen’s help. Kayla and Rafe compared notes on Hope. Xander demanded to know what Ciara was going to do now that she knew the truth. Sonny visited Will in prison. Eric and Sarah received more bad news

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Q: My kids are old enough to have their own social media accounts, and I'm reluctantly ready to let them. But I'm still nervous about it. Do you have any advice? Jim: We've all heard the stories. Someone posts an offensive comment to social media and gets fired. A young boy stumbles across explicit content online and begins to struggle with pornography. A teen girl is bullied on Facebook and Twitter. One foolish mistake on social media can haunt a person for years. All it takes is one insensitive tweet, a misinterpreted Instagram picture or an unguarded moment captured on Snapchat. None of us wants to see our children in these situations. But we live in a mediadriven world, and the internet is here to stay. If you talk openly with your kids and put common-sense safeguards in place, they can learn to navigate the web safely and responsibly. First, teach your children the value of a good reputation. A classic Proverb says, "A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches" -- and that's especially true in this digital age. It takes hard work to earn the respect of others, and only one brief, foolish decision to lose it. Also, stay involved in your child's internet use. As parents, we need to repeatedly talk with our children about online dangers and reaffirm their awareness of the ramifications of what they post online.

would have to come from diamonds. He therefore ruffed a low diamond at trick two, hoping the diamonds would later prove to be divided 4-3 or, failing that, that either opponent started with the singleton or doubleton queen. South next led a trump to the ace and ruffed another low diamond. After drawing trump, he crossed to dummy with a club and tried to run the diamonds. Unfortunately, East turned out to have started with five to the queen, so South went down one. The declarer at the second table, after winning the heart lead, first cashed the A-K of diamonds and then ruffed a diamond high. When West showed out on the third diamond, South realized he could no longer establish the diamonds with normal play since he was short one entry to dummy. So at trick five, he led a low trump and, after West followed low, finessed dummy’s six! When the finesse succeeded, South was home. He ruffed another diamond high, led a trump to the ace and ruffed the fifth round of diamonds, finally felling East’s queen. After drawing West’s last trump, declarer then played a club to the ace and cashed the jack of diamonds to make the grand slam. Desperate circumstances require desperate remedies!


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JANUARY HISTORY TALK Wayne Fanebust, historian and author will be our January History Talk presenter made possible with the SD Humanities. Dakota Territorial history was greatly impacted by Senator R.F. Pettigrew. Come to learn more about Pettigrew the person. Learn about Dakota Territorial history and Pettigrew’s involvement. Join us: Thursday January 16, at the Old Courthouse Museum 200 West 6th Street. Social time at 6:30 PM, History Talk starts at 7 PM. Free event open to the public. SF CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S CONNECTION BRUNCH "NEW BEGINNINGS" Tuesday, Jan. 14 at 9:30am held at the Best Western Plus Ramkota Hotel - Lincoln Room, 3200 West Maple Street. Cost is $14. Second-timers attend free by presenting the orange "second-timer" ticket. Speaker: Kris Roberts, Brandon, SD. "Step Out in Trust". Feature: New Roots Ministry Fred Wilgenburg. Music: Rita

Weber, Sioux Falls. For more information or reservations, call Marge at (605) 334-5607. S.F. SOCIAL SINGLES FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER Jan 17 – Denny’s, 4001 E. 10th St. Jan 24 – China Express, 2302 W. 41st St. Join us for Sunday Afternoon Coffee and Conversation at the E. 10th Street HyVee Market Grill, 3 pm. For more information: email sfsocialsingles@gmail.com, or call 366-6509 or 351-7185. THE REGULATORS Will be playing at the Renner Monarch on January 31 from 8 pm till Midnight. PANCAKE BREAKFAST Held every third Sunday through April from 8am-12:30 pm at the Renner American Legion Post 307. Price: Adults $8.00, 7 To 12 Year Olds $5.00. Menu includes: Pancakes, French Toast, Scrambled Eggs, Biscuits & Gravy, Sausage Links, Coffee & Juice. S.F. STAMP CLUB MEETING 1st Wednesday of the month at 7pm held at Caille Branch Library,

4100 Carnegie Circle, off W. 49th St. All ages are welcome. Our next meeting will be Wednesday, Feb. 5th. THE DAKOTA OPRY Will be on February 16 at the Tea American Legion from 4pm till 6pm The Special will be Sandra Harmon. SQUARE DANCE Dances on Sunday evenings at 6:30pm at the Center for Active Generations. Please come and join in on the fun of square dancing! Call 605-360-2524 for any questions. We will be starting mainstream dance lessons this fall and would love to have new students! All ages are welcome. ICE FISH FEST AT CATFISH BAY Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020 held at Catfish Bay, 5600 N Show Pl. Catfish Bay has been privately stocked with Walleye, Bass, Blue Gill, & Crappie. Gates Open and Concessions Available. Tournament time is 10:30am-4pm. WINTER CRAZY DAYS Find great deals by shopping

Downtown Sioux Falls Crazy Days January 17 & 18. Find more information on DTSF.com MARY JO WEGNER ARBORETUM EVENTS Qi Gong & Tai Chi. January 18 10:30-11:30am. Come explore the relaxing practice of Qi Gong T'ai Chi. This practice is gentle on joints and considered non-impact, helps improve balance, and relieves stress. Beginners are welcome! Cost is $20.00

Family Fun Day. January 19 1-3pm. It's time for some winter family fun! Go for a winter hike, snuggle up with a good book and a cup of hot chocolate, and make your own craft to take home. Cost is $5.00 per person. Hypertufa Class. January 25 112pm. Hypertufa refers to artificial stone--perfect for succulent containers! Expert hypertufa making artist Carla Michel of Carla's Flower Farm will instruct you

on making two small to medium sized round or square hypertufa. All materials are provided. Mixing and filling molds is done hands-on during class. 1-2 days later, you will un-mold and cure your pieces at home for use! Cost is $40.00 per person. Winter Wonderland Walk. February 1 1-2pm. Come out for a wintry walk through the trails of the Arboretum, led by our staff! Please dress appropriately for the

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OBITUARY John "Jack" W. Headley John "Jack" William Headley, 82, passed away Tuesday, December 24, 2019. Mass of Christian burial was at 10:30 AM Monday, December 30, 2019 at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, Brookings. Memorial Visitation was from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM on Sunday, December 29, 2019 at Rude's Funeral Home, Brookings, with at 4:00 PM Liturgical Wake Serivce. Condolences may be sent to the family through www.rudesfuneralhome.com. Marlene Lubbers Marlene Lubbers, 84, passed away Sunday, Dec. 22, 2019. Funeral services were Monday, Dec. 30, 2019 at 10:30 AM at the First Baptist Church of Emery. Visitation was Sunday, Dec. 29, 2019 from 5 PM to 7 PM at the church.

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Sidney Peters Sidney Peters, age 94, passed away December 25, 2019, in Sioux Falls. Memorial services were at 11:30 AM Tuesday, December 31, 2019, at Eidsness Funeral Home in Brookings. Visitation was 10:00-11:30 AM Tuesday, also at the funeral home. Virginia R. Bayer Virginia R. Bayer, 94, died Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2019. Her funeral service was at 11 AM Mon., Dec. 30, 2019 at Grace Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls. Visitation was at 2 PM Sun., Dec. 29, 2019 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, where the family was present to greet friends from 2-4 PM. Please consider a donation in memory of Virginia to Grace Lutheran Church. Obit and online guestbook at georgeboom.com.

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Steven Jacob were held at 2pm, Saturday, December 21st, 2019 at Walker Funeral Home with Pastor Jared Tucher of Gillette Wyoming officiating. Burial will be at a later date in South Dakota. Steven, age 54 passed away on December 15th, 2019 at his home in Gillette, Wyoming of natural causes.

Claren Keithley Claren D. Keithley, age 78, passed away on Tuesday, December 24, 2019. Memorial Visitation was on Monday, December 30, 2019 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls where the family was present to greet relatives and friends from 4:006:00 PM. Memorial Services with burial will be held at a later date in Auburn, Nebraska. Please direct memorials to the Brandon Valley Volunteer Fire Department. Full obit and online guestbook available at georgeboom.com.

Isaac Immanuel Smith Isaac Immanuel Smith, age 23, passed away on December 21, 2019. Funeral services were at 3:00 PM Saturday, December 28, 2019 at Swan Lake Evangelical Free Church in Cottonwood, Minnesota. Visitation was held from 4-8PM Friday, December 27, 2019 at Hamilton Funeral Home in Marshall, Minnesota. Visitation continued one hour prior to the service on Saturday, from 2:00 - 3:00 PM, at the church in Cottonwood. Guest book and tribute wall available online at www.hamiltonfh.com.

Velda K. Pruner Velda K. Pruner, 58, passed away Tuesday, December 24, 2019. Funeral mass was Saturday, December 28, 2019 at 10:30 AM at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Parkston. Visitation was Friday, December 27, 2019 from 5 to 7 PM with a 6:30 PM prayer service at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Parkston. Arrangements by Koehn Bros. Funeral Home in Parkston.

Ilene D. McKenney Ilene Dorothy McKenney, 88, died Monday, December 23, 2019. Funeral services were held Friday, December 27, 2019 at 11:00 AM at Bethlehem Lutheran Church of Inwood. Burial followed at Richland Cemetery of Inwood. Visitation, with the family present, was held prior to the funeral service from 9:30-10:30 AM at the church. Condolences may be left for the family at www. porterfuneralhomes.com.

Nona Walter Nona Walter passed away on Monday, December 23, 2019. A visitation was held on Thursday, December 26, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the Jasper Evangelical Lutheran Church. Funeral service was Friday, December 27, 2019 at 10:30 AM at the Jasper Evangelical Lutheran Church. Interment was in the Jasper City Cemetery. Kay Adkins Kay Adkins, age 75 passed away on Friday, December 27, 2019. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30 AM Thursday, January 2, 2020 at St. Therese Catholic Church in Sioux Falls. Visitation was Wednesday, January 1, 2020 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls with family present from 3-5PM. Roger Dean Timmer Roger Dean Timmer, 77, passed away on December 6, 2019. A Celebration of Life will be held in the spring in Strawberry, Arizona with family and friends.

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Marvin L. Sopko Marvin L. Sopko, 73, passed away on Saturday, December 28, 2019. Memorial Service was at 11:00 AM Friday, January 3, 2020 at Memorial Lutheran Church, 5000 S. Western Ave. Sioux Falls, SD. Family was present to greet friends on Thursday, January 2, at the church from 5:00 - 7:00 PM with a Prayer Service at 6:30 PM. Memorials may be directed to the Orphan Grain Train and Sioux Falls Lutheran School Library. www.millerfh. com Muriel L. Steenholdt Muriel L. Steenholdt, age 84, passed away on Friday, December 27, 2019. Funeral Services were at 10:00 AM Tuesday, December 31, 2019 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls. Visitation was on Monday, December 30, 2019 at George Boom Funeral Home where the family was present to greet relatives and friends from 6:00-8:00 PM. Please direct memorial to the family for future designation.


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SIOUX EMPIRE HOME SHOW™ SEEKING STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN FREE BUILDING BLOCK COMPETITION The Home Builders Association of the Sioux Empire is currently seeking students from pre-k through 5th grade to participate in the second annual Building Block Competition, which will be held one day only on Saturday, February 22, at the 2020 Sioux Empire Home Show. The competition is being presented at the show in an effort to introduce young students into the home-building industry and help build our community’s future construction workforce. During the competition, students will build a home using a set of building blocks that they are given. Students will be divided based on school grades and their homes will be judged based on creativity, structure and livability. The winning student from each of the competition levels will win $50 cash and a medal. Student registration in the competition is free. One adult admission into the Sioux Empire Home Show is included with student registration in the building block competition. Parents are encouraged to register their student online for free at hbasiouxempire.com/ homeshow/buildingblock or call (605) 361-8322 to register by phone. Space is limited to the first 160 students (40 per grade) on a first come, first serve basis and

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