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Wednesday, January 3, 2018 • Find Our New Years Resolutions Inside This Issue

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ARE YOU REALLY GOING TO TALK TO YOURSELF THAT WAY?

Being a good friend to others is important and most of us try our best to treat our friends with kindness and give them the support they need. Here are some things we usually do NOT say to our friends: • You're a loser. • You're a failure. • You're never going to be successful. • You shouldn't even try to do (fill in the blank) because you can’t do it. • Why do you even bother trying? • I can't believe you made that mistake. That's ridiculous. How do you ever expect to be successful? Yet we do talk to ourselves that way. How many times have you said one of the above statements, or something similar, to yourself? Being your own best friend seems like a touchy-feely/ new age kind of thing to say, but ask yourself this question: Why in the world should you talk to yourself, or treat yourself worse than you would a good friend? Some people think that if they are hard on themselves it pushes them to perform better. Really? Do you feel more motivated by a person that constantly criticizes you and tells you you're no good? Or do you do better when someone encourages you (even when pointing out areas you could improve on)? Today, be aware of how it is that you talk to yourself throughout the day and ask yourself whether you would ever dare talk to a valued friend that same way. K.A. Lesnar, President/Publisher Sioux Falls Shopping News


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Every year, winter throws out more than a few weather and travel-related situations. Freezing rain, blinding snow and icy roadways can make even short drives across town hazardous. A traffic accident, a police matter or snow emergency may hold you up for hours; you have to prepare for the unexpected, especially in the Midwest. When winter storms happen, first-responder crews and tow-trucks will be spread thin as they deal with others. KEEP BASICS INSIDE THE CAR Make a kit in a gym bag or backpack to keep everything in one place and easy to find. • Snacks and bottled water: Go for those that are easy to pack and contain protein and simple carbs for quick energy and nourishment,

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your debt this year? You might be tempted to grab debt by the jugular, and attack the biggest interest rate first. But it takes more than math to win. According to Fidelity, the number one reason people stick to a money resolution is because they’re encouraged by their progress. That’s where the debt snowball comes in. List your debts in order by outstanding balance, and attack the smallest one first. Once you knock it out, roll that cash over to your next debt, working your way up to the biggest of the bunch. You’ll build momentum—and motivation—as you watch your debts disappear! 4. Go Roth with Your 401(k) These days, most full-time workers have access to a 401(k) through their employer. This is a great way to save for retirement, because it enables you to make pre-tax contributions for your future. Many employers offer a Roth 401(k) option, too. According to a Willis Towers Watson study, 54% of large

and midsize companies do, yet only 10% of employees take advantage. That means lots of folks are missing out on taxfree growth. And now, any pretax match dollars your employer puts in can be converted to a Roth. That’s means even more opportunity for tax-free growth. Just keep in mind that you do have to pay taxes on any money you convert. An investing professional can show you how it works, so you can weigh your options and choose the strategy that’s right for you. 5. Take Advantage of Free Financial Education Money issues can cause big-time stress. According to the American Psychological Association, 72% of adults worry about money, and 32% say money woes stand between them and a healthy lifestyle. If your company offers this benefit, don’t miss out. It’s a great way to learn how to manage your money, and plan for the future. That’s something everyone can feel good about!

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Cat Relationship Is All About Compromise DEAR PAW'S CORNER: Why do cats do what they do? Why do they tear ornaments off the Christmas tree, knock glasses off the coffee table, attack our shoelaces and knead their claws into our sweater? Is there any way to get mine to stop doing, like, all of these things? Sign me -- Frayed Sweater, and Nerves, in Toronto DEAR FRAYED: After years and years of studying this conundrum, I can honestly say most cats won't respond to pleas, begging or even treats. Well, sometimes they'll respond to treats. But they'll go right back to doing what they enjoy most: destroying all that you love. I'm being (slightly) sarcastic, of course. Having a cat means making a few compromises in your life, particularly in the interior-decorating department. It means being more careful about setting expensive glassware on the countertop. It means a Christmas tree whose bottom third remains undecorated, or adorned with unbreakable, pet-safe ornaments. It means patiently retying your shoelaces after your cat has pounced on them. It means buying a new sweater every fall, or keeping your favorite ones in a drawer to wear on special occasions only. The tradeoff, however, is that you have a companion for many happy years. A cat kneading his or her claws on your sweater while curled up in your lap is an expression of contentment, an acknowledgment that you're family. You don't have to give up all the breakable things that you love in order to live with your cat, you just need to make a few concessions to keep both your cat

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Weekly SUDOKU

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IT’S ALL IN THE MIND

One habit a declarer must strive to rid himself of is the temptation to treat each suit as a separate entity instead of dealing with the hand as a whole. Take this case where declarer won the diamond lead in dummy and played the K-Q of clubs, hoping the defense would take the ace. But East

uncooperatively ducked both clubs, leaving South with a hopeless task. When declarer next led the ten of hearts from dummy, East covered with the queen, and the king lost to the ace. Back came a heart, and South could then do no better than finish with eight tricks. Declarer lost the contract on the very first trick. He should have won the diamond lead with the ace instead of the ten rather than rely on the opponents to win the first or second club lead. By taking the ace of diamonds at trick one, he would have made sure of reaching dummy later to cash the clubs after the ace was driven out. Thus, in the actual deal, South would play three rounds of clubs after winning the diamond lead in his hand. East would take the third club with the ace but could not harm South regardless of what he returned. Sooner or later, declarer would gain entry to dummy with a diamond. The outcome rests entirely on South’s attitude at trick one. He should do more than woodenly allow dummy’s ten to win the first trick. Instead, he should plan the play of the hand as a whole before proceeding. © 2017 King Features Syndicate Inc.

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you’d hoped would keep going seems to be going nowhere. Close it out and move on to a brighter romantic aspect just beginning to manifest itself. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Things don’t go completely as planned this week. But enjoy the surprises, even if you have to adjust your schedule. Some of them could be quite delightful. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Making choices is usually easy for straight-shooting Archers. But a new development could deflect your aim. Try to put off decisions until you know more. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) While part of you might prefer taking a more familiar path, let your more daring and -- admit it -- super-curious self see what the unexplored has to offer. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Those nasty types have slithered back under the rocks and present no more problems. Now’s the time to move ahead on that promising new relationship. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) A new offer could clear up that lingering money problem. Also, a more confident attitude on your part might well help get that personal situation back on track. BORN THIS WEEK: You have a way of turning chaos into order. You’re also generous with your help for those who seek it.

Use envelopes to divvy your dollars up across everyday budget categories. You might have one for groceries, restaurants, entertainment, clothing, and pocket money. On payday, fill your envelopes with the cash you budgeted for each category. When an envelope’s empty, the spending stops for that category until your next paycheck. It’s that simple! 2. Give Impulse Buys a 30day Notice You went to the store for one thing, and somehow ended up with a cart full of stuff. Sound familiar? If so, join the crowd. A recent study found 5 in 6 Americans are impulse shoppers. We all know it pays to sleep on a big money decision overnight. Why not add smaller purchases to your wish list and wait 30 days? That gives you a chance to work them into next month’s budget. By then that can’t-live-without item just might be on sale. 3. Ignore Interest Rates when Paying Down Debt Want to put a big dent in

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You might be hurt by a colleague’s harsh criticism. But don’t let it shake your confidence in what you’re trying to do. A more positive aspect starts to appear by week’s end. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) You’re torn between your sensible self and the part of you that enjoys acquiring lovely things. Best advice: Wait for an end-ofmonth sale, and then buy something wonderful. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Your artistic side has practical applications this week, such as redecorating your home or redesigning your personal stationery. Whatever you do, someone special will like it. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) You could be drawn into a problem ‘twixt friends or family members. Best bet: Ask the questions that go to the heart of the matter, then get them all together for a group hug. LEO (July 23 to August 22) As much as you love being the center of attention, your big Lion’s heart impels you to share the spotlight with a colleague who helped you with that well-praised project. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Your eagerness to act on a challenge is wisely tempered early in the week by a lack of necessary information. Things begin to clear up during the weekend. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) A relationship

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Do you ever feel like you’re in a chronic cash crunch? That can put a real damper on your days, and take the hope and expectation out of a new year. If money tops your list of New Year’s resolutions, you’re in luck! Research shows you’re on the road to success. According to Fidelity Investments, 56% of people who resolved to improve their finances last year did just that. Better yet, 83% said last year’s financial resolution is an ongoing event instead of a one-time goal. Who knew change could be so exciting? Put those resolutions into action with these five money hacks. 1. Use Cold, Hard Cash Lots of folks choose plastic over cash for everyday purchases, and research shows that can lead you to spend more. Why? According to a Journal of Experimental Psychology study, parting with cash really is sweet sorrow. Plastic simply doesn’t tug at your emotional strings in quite the same way.

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Individuals change jobs for many reasons, including greater professional satisfaction, money or a change of location. The financial experts at The Balance say that people change jobs more frequently than many people may think, noting today’s average worker changes jobs 12 times during his or her career. It is not uncommon for workers to change careers several times in a lifetime. The notion that the job a person starts out in directly after graduation is the one that he or she will have for the rest of his or her life — or at the very least, several years — is no longer the norm. Many younger workers migrate between jobs for greater compensation and fulfillment. Older workers, too, are faced with career stagnation. A survey from the University of Phoenix School of Business found 59

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projections are available through resources like the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. • Assess your likes and dislikes Another area of consideration is what you like to do. Leaving a job may be based around finding a career that caters to your interests. Make a list of the types of careers you find appealing. To get help, take a career assessment quiz online. • Don’t choose a career based on salary alone Monster.com says that being financially strategic when choosing a new career is important, but shouldn’t be the only factor. Your personal values, experience and other factors such as family should weigh heavily into your decision as well. • Use your network The notion that “it’s not

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Ronald C. Lounsbery Ronald Lounsbery, age 76, passed away on Wednesday, December 20, 2017. Visitation with the family was held from 4:00-6:00 PM on Thursday, December 28, 2017 at the Scandia's fellowship hall with a prayer service at 6:00 PM. A service of remembrance was held at 11:00 AM on Friday, December 29, 2017 at the Scandia Lutheran Church in Centerville. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to a charity of the donor's choice, family's choice of charities or do a kind deed for someone. wassfuneralhome. com Cade Stensland Cade Curtis Stensland passed away in a tragic accident on Thursday, December 21, 2017. Cade would have been 32 years of age on Friday, December 22. A celebration of Cade's life was held at 10:30 AM Thursday, December 28, 2017 at the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Larchwood, IA. Visitation, with family present to greet friends, was held on Wednesday, December 27, 2017 from 5:00-7:00 PM at St. Mary's in Larchwood, IA. A Scripture Service was held at 7:00PM. Cade was laid to rest in the Larchwood Cemetery following funeral services. www. andersonandsonsfh.com Gerald Van Voorst Gerald Van Voorst, age 69, passed away on Thursday, December 21, 2017. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at 10:30 AM at the Netherlands Reformed Congregation of Rock Valley, IA. Burial followed the service at Valley View Cemetery of Rock Valley. Visitation, with the family present to greet friends, was held on Tuesday, December 26, 2017 from 5:30-7:30 PM at the Porter Funeral Home of Rock Valley. Condolences may be left for the family at www.porterfuneralhomes.com. Robert L. Aamlid Robert "Bob" Aamlid, age 80, passed away on Wednesday, December 20, 2017. Funeral Services were held at 10:30 AM on Wednesday, December 27, 2017, at First Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls. Visitation was held from 4:00 to 6:00 PM on Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Avenue. Interment was at Richland Cemetery, Inwood, IA. Memorials may be directed to the First Lutheran Church Caring Ministry or to the Bethany Lutheran Foundation, 3008 East Aspen, Brandon. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www.millerfh.com.

Shirley A. Alberty Shirley A. Alberty, age 87, passed away on Thursday, December 21, 2017. Visitation with the family present was from 5:00 - 7:00 PM on Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at the St. Mark's Lutheran Church, 2001 S. Elmwood Ave. Funeral service was held at 10:30 AM on Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, with burial at Benton Lutheran Cemetery, rural Crooks. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www. millerfh.com. Richard Baker Rich Baker, age 83, passed away Tuesday December 19, 2017. Family was present to greet friends from 5:00-7:00 PM, with a scripture service at 7:00 PM Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at the Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Avenue. A funeral Mass was held at noon on Thursday, December 28, 2017 at the Church of St. Mary, with burial at St. Michael Cemetery. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www. millerfh.com. Lynn Cheeseman Lynn Darryl Cheeseman, 66, passed away Thursday, December 21, 2017. A Celebration of Life ceremony was held at 2:00 PM on December 30, 2017. Final resting place will be Woodlawn Cemetery in Sioux Falls, in the spring in a private family ceremony. Please send cards or memorial contributions to PO Box 88250, Sioux Falls, SD 57109 attention to Nicole Muilenburg. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www. millerfh.com. Richard H. Dykstra Richard H. Dykstra, age 88, died on December 21, 2017. A memorial service was held at 2:00 PM on Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at the First Christian Reformed Church in Sioux Falls. Richard's family was present to greet friends for visitation on Tuesday, December 26, 2017 from 5-7 PM at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory in Sioux Falls. A more complete obituary is available at www. georgeboom.com. Leonard Hartman Leonard Hartman, age 89, died Thursday, December 21, 2017. Funeral services were at 10:00 AM, Saturday, December 30, 2017, at the George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. Visitation with family present to greet friends was from 6:00 until 8:00 PM, Friday, December 29, 2017, also at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory. Curtis Headrick Curtis "Curt" Headrick, age 80, died Friday, December 22, 2017. Memorial services were at 11:00 AM, Tuesday, December 26, 2017, at Messiah New Hope Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. Family was present to greet friends one hour prior to the service. Additional obituary information and online guestbook may be found at www.georgeboom.com

Joan Hilmoe Joan Hilmoe passed away on December 10, 2017. She was born on April 11, 1926. A Celebration of Life for Joan was held at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls at 1:00 PM on Saturday, December 30, 2017. The memorial service was followed by a time for sharing remembrances. In lieu of flowers, memorials in Joan's name may be made to any organization that supports people in need. A complete obituary is available at www.minnehahafuneralhome. com. Maynard H. Loe Maynard Howard Loe passed away at the age of 101 years, 9 months, and 24 days on Wednesday, December 13, 2017. Funeral services were held at 1:00 PM, on Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at the Calvary Lutheran Church in Irene. Burial followed in the Salem Cemetery, in rural Irene. Visitation was held from 5:00 to 7:00 PM, on Tuesday, December 26, 2017 with a prayer service held at 7:00 PM at the Hansen Funeral Home in Irene. For complete obituary and online condolences, please visit www. hansenfuneralhome.com. Otto Logan Otto G. Logan, age 82, passed away on November 14, 2017. A Memorial Service with Military Honors was held at 5:00 PM, on Friday, December 29, 2017 at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. Betty Moe Betty Moe, age 75, passed away on Wednesday, December 20, 2017. Private family services will be held at a later date. Additional obituary information and online guestbook may be found at www. georgeboom.com. Magdalene "Megs" Doescher Magdalene "Megs" Doescher, age 87, passed away on Tuesday, December 19, 2017. Funeral Services were held at 10:30 AM on Thursday, December 28, 2017 at the United Methodist Church in Winner. Burial was held at the Winner City Cemetery. Visitation was from 6:00-7:00 PM Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at the United Methodist Church in Winner with a Prayer Service at 7:00PM. Earl Gort Earl Gort, age 83, passed away on Thursday, December 21, 2017. Memorial services were held Saturday, December 23, 2017 at 11:00 AM at the Doon United Reformed Church, Doon IA. Private family burial was held prior to the service at the Hillside Cemetery of Doon, IA. Visitation, with the family present to greet friends, was held prior to the memorial service on Saturday, December 23, 2017 from 9:00-10:00 AM at the Doon URC. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to the Doon Christian School. Condolences may be left for the family, and a complete obituary may be found, at www.porterfuneralhomes.com.

Craig Kleinsasser Craig Lewis Kleinsasser, age 67, passed away on Wednesday, December 20, 2017. Miller Funeral Home of Sioux Falls, SD is handling the arrangements. Craig's family plans a celebration of his life at a later date. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www. millerfh.com. Donald and Carol Anderson Donald and Carol Anderson passed away on Thursday, December 21, 2017 due to injuries received in an auto accident. Celebration of life services were held at 10:00 AM on Friday, December, 29, 2017 at Brooklyn Evangelical Free Church, rural Beresford. Visitation was held from 4:00-7:00PM on Thursday, December, 28, 2017 at the church with the family present from 5:00-7:00 PM and a prayer service and memory share at 7:00 PM. The family requests memorials to Skrefsrud Lutheran Church Building Fund, 46920 292nd Street, Beresford, SD 57004. A complete obituary is available at www.wassfuneralhome.com. Geneva Danielsen Geneva Danielsen, age 93, passed away on Sunday, December 24, 2017. A visitation was held at the Hofmeister-Jones Funeral Home in Viborg, SD from 4:00 to 7:00 PM on Wednesday, December 27, 2017. Funeral services were held at 11:00 AM, on Thursday, December 28, 2017 at the Spring Valley Lutheran Church of rural Viborg. A complete obituary is available at www. hofmeisterjones.com. Barbara Donnelly Barbara Donnelly, age 70, passed away on Tuesday, December 19, 2017. Memorial service will be held at 10:30 AM on Saturday, January 6, 2018 at the St. Joseph Catholic Church in Elk Point. Visitation will be on Friday, January 5, 2018 at 5:30 PM with a Prayer service at 7:00 PM, all at the church. A complete obituary is available at www.HansenFuneralHome.com. Martin Drefs Martin Drefs, age 83, passed away on Monday, December 25, 2017. The celebration of life was held on Friday, December 29, 2017 at 10:00 AM at the Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Corsica. Visitation with the family present was held on Thursday, December 28, 2017 from 5:00 until 8:00 PM with a 7:00 PM prayer service at the Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Corsica. Arrangements by Koehn Bros. Funeral Home in Armour. Darlene Jacobson Darlene Jacobson, age 81, passed away December 25, 2017. The family was present to greet friends for a memorial visitation from 5:00 to 7:00 PM on Thursday, December 28, 2017, at the Miller Funeral Home downtown with a prayer service at 7:00 PM. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www.millerfh.com.

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Eugene Jurczewsky Gene Jurczewsky, age 83, passed away on Sunday, December 24, 2017. The family was present to greet friends from 5:00-7:00 PM on Friday, December 29, 2017 at Miller Funeral Home 507 S. Main Ave. Funeral services were held at 10:30 AM on Saturday, December 30, 2017 at Faith Lutheran Church, with burial at the Hills of Rest Cemetery. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www. millerfh.com. David Matzen David R. Matzen, age 67, passed away on Friday, December 22, 2017. Funeral service was held at 1:00 PM on Friday, December 29, 2017 at the Peace Lutheran Church, 5509 W. 41st St., Sioux Falls, SD 57106. Visitation was from 4:00 - 6:00 PM on Thursday, December 28, 2017 at the Miller Funeral Home West Chapel, 6200 W. 41st St., Sioux Falls, SD 57106. A complete obituary and online registry is available at www.millerfh.com. Betty Smith Betty (Cremer) Smith, age 94, passed away on Saturday, December 23, 2017. The Mass of Christian Burial was held at 1:00 PM on Thursday, December 28, 2017 at the Good Shepherd Pascale Hall in Centerville, SD. The Visitation was held from 5:00 - 7:00 PM on Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at the Pascale Hall with a prayer service at 7:00 PM. www.wassfuneralhome.com Eugene Spiering Eugene Spiering, age 86, passed away on Sunday, December 24, 2017. Funeral services were held on Saturday, December 30, 2017 at 11:00 AM at the Emanuel Lutheran Church, Milbank. Visitation was held on Friday, December 29, 2017 from 5:00 -7:00 PM at the Mundwiler Funeral Home and continued at the Emanuel Lutheran Church on Saturday, December 30, 2017, one hour prior to the service. mundwilerfuneralhome.net John I. Steen John Steen, age 81, passed away on Saturday, December 16, 2017. A Memorial Service was held at 1:00 PM, on Saturday, December 30, 2017, at First Congregational Church in downtown Sioux Falls. The family requests that memorials be directed to First Congregational Church or the American Red Cross. www.millerfh.com Yvonne R. Foss Yvonne Rene Foss, 61, passed away Monday, December 25, 2017. Memorial services are being planned for a later date. www.kinzleyfh.com

Fredric Volzke Jr. Fredric Volzke, age 83, passed away on Friday, December 22, 2017. Funeral services were held at 10:30 AM, on Friday, December 29, 2017, at the Wild Flower Presbyterian Church in Sioux Falls. Visitation with family present was from 4:00 - 6:00 PM, on Thursday, December 28, 2017 at the George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. www.georgeboom.com Ernest Carlson Ernest L. Carlson, 97, passed away December 25, 2017. Funeral services were held at 11:00 AM Saturday, December 30, 2017 at Dalesburg Baptist Church, rural Beresford, SD. Visitation will be 4:00-6:30 PM Friday, December 29, 2017 at Bethesda Chapel with a prayer service at 6:30 PM. wassfuneralhome.com Raymond Engelkes Raymond Engelkes, 88, died Monday, December 25, 2017. Memorial visitation with the family present to greet friends was 2-4 PM Saturday, December 30, 2017 at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. Obit and online guestbook at georgeboom.com. Eunice I. Haugan Eunice I. Haugan, 91, died Monday, December 25, 2017. Her funeral service was at 1 PM Friday, December 29, 2017 at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. Visitation was at 5 PM Thursday, December 28, 2017 at the funeral home, with family present from 5-7 PM. www.georgeboom.com Ella Palaska Ella Palaska, 91, died Friday, December 22, 2017. A private family service was held for her. www.heritagesfsd.com. Leon Charles Sieve Leon Charles Sieve, 89, passed away on Monday, December 25, 2017. Funeral services were on Saturday, December 30, 2017 at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church in Wilmont, MN at 10:30 AM. Visitation was on Friday, December 29, 2017 at the church from 4-7 PM with rosary at 4:30 PM and prayer service at 7:00 PM. kefuneralhome.com Mark W. Verba Mark W. Verba, age 36, died on Monday, December 25, 2017. Visitation was Friday, December 29, 2017 from 4-8 PM at Hartquist Funeral Home in Luverne. Funeral service was Saturday, December 30, 2017 at 10:30 AM at Grace Lutheran Church in Luverne, MN. Burial was at Maplewood Cemetery, Luverne. www.hartquistfuneral.com.


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Why Make Resolutions? The dawn of a new year is a time when many people take inventory of the previous 12 months and begin thinking about ways they can improve their lives in the coming year. Such looking ahead can provide inspiration and motivation. Resolving to make changes at the beginning of a new year is a tradition for many people. Even when people veer off course from their resolutions, many pick themselves up, dust themselves off and try again year after year. The custom of making resolutions is celebrated in many areas of the world. But how did the custom begin? History.com states that the origins of New Year’s resolutions can be traced to the ancient Babylonians, who purportedly made promises to the gods to earn good favor for the com-

ing year. These resolutions were personal promises of growth and redemption and were made in conjunction with the start of a new year which, at the time, began in mid-March and not January. Common resolutions revolved around getting out of debt or returning borrowed items. The Babylonians tried to fulfill these resolutions so that the pagan gods would bestow favor on them, including a rich harvest, for the coming year. The Romans were the first to change the calendar to have the new year begin on January 1. January was named for the Roman god Janus, who had dual faces. Romans believed that Janus could not only look back into the previous year, but also look forward to the next one. So Romans made promises to Janus to do

good deeds in the months to come and learn from past mistakes. Early Christians also embraced resolutions as chances to repent and redeem themselves through positive actions. Although there are still some religious ties to resolutions, New Year’s resolutions are still largely practiced today. And unlike making promises to God or pagan gods, resolutions are now most often personal promises focusing on self-improvement. The largest percentage of resolutions made today, according to Statistics Brain, involve self-improvement or education-related goals. Sharing one’s resolutions with a third party can help people stay motivated as they pursue their goals. Resolutions have been made for thousands of years, and millions of people still make them today.

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How To Succeed With Your New Year’s Resolution While it’s difficult to gauge just how many people make New Year’s resolutions each year, various factors suggest millions of people resolve to improve their lives each January. Television segments devoted to healthy resolutions and discounted memberships are just two of many indicators suggesting resolutions are popular and potentially big business. As popular as making resolutions may be, reports indicate that they’re more popular to make than commit to. For example, a 2015

report from U.S. News & World Report indicated that 80 percent of resolutions fail. So how can men and women become part of the minority who see their resolutions through to fruition? The following strategies may help. • Plan on being patient Men and women who expect immediate results may be in for some disappointment, and that can compromise their future efforts. Recognize that resolutions rarely produce overnight results, and that commitments to losing weight and saving more

money take time. If necessary, set small goals that can serve as markers on your way to achieving the larger goal. • Be as specific as possible In addition to being patient, being specific when deciding on a resolution can increase the likelihood that the successful pursuit of that resolution will have as positive an impact on your life as possible. For example, a nonspecific resolution to lose weight may be successful if you only shed a single

pound. But men and women who resolve to lose weight typically want to lose more than one pound. By resolving to lose a predetermined and specific number of pounds, you might be more likely to commit to your goal, and more encouraged the closer you get to achieving that goal. • Don’t be shy Sharing your resolution with others is a great way to generate support for your pursuit. And that support can motivate you if you hit a rough patch and keep you

on track as you progress toward your goal. By sharing your resolution with others, you’re also indirectly inviting others who might have set similar goals in the past to offer incite and/or advice, which can prove invaluable. • Expect setbacks. Just like it’s important to be patient, it’s equally important to recognize there will be setbacks. Men and women who resolve to save more money and have set specific monthly savings goals should not allow one monthly shortfall to derail

all of their efforts. An unforeseen expense such as an automotive or home repair might compromise your ability to meet your monthly savings goal. Such setbacks are inevitable regardless of your resolution, so don’t be discouraged when they happen. Just commit to getting back on track in time to meet your next goal. Successful New Year’s resolutions might be hard to come by. But there are ways to stay the course and see resolutions through to realization.

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5 Resolutions Worth Giving Up (StatePoint) Here are five so-called “healthy” resolutions worth giving up in 2018, as well as better solutions. Resolution 1: I’m going to take up permanent residence in the gym. Working out is an important piece of the weight loss puzzle, but moderation is key. Studies suggest that too much exercise can lead to a number of issues like hormonal imbalance, fatigue, insomnia and even depression. Many people report a drastic increase in appetite after extreme bouts of physical activity, which can lead to overeating. Resolution 2: I’m saying goodbye to fats completely. There are good fats and bad fats. In humans, fat helps support normal growth and development, provides energy, allows for proper cellular function, provides protective cushioning for organs, and helps with absorption of certain vitamins. Bad fats are found in foods like meat, butter, lard, cream and trans fats (found in baked goods, fried foods and margarine) and can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. Aim to replace these with good fats, which are associated with a decreased risk of chronic disease. Good fats include plant-based oils

like olive and canola, avocados, nuts, seeds, and dairy, since these also offer the nutrition your body needs. Resolution 3: I’m going to skip breakfast to cut calories. According to The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, if you’re skipping breakfast, you’re doing something wrong. Research shows breakfast helps support brain function, energy and mood. And research suggests that people who eat breakfast consume fewer calories throughout the day, weigh less and have fewer risk factors for heart disease. Resolution 4: I’ll just crash diet to lose the weight. Crash diets don’t work and many people who do them end up just gaining the weight back. Find a weight loss plan that’s convenient and lets you know with confidence that you are losing weight the healthy way. Resolution 5: I’m going to stop snacking. Snacks can account for more than a quarter of one’s daily calories. But if you munch on nutrientdense foods (high in vitamins, minerals and fiber and low in calories), you’re more likely to maintain a healthy weight, according to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.

The idiom “Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today” has been credited to many people, including Thomas Jefferson, Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde. Regardless of who first uttered the phrase, it still rings true. Many people are guilty of procrastinating, which can affect their productivity and various other areas of their lives. Procrastination can sometimes be a good thing, giving a person time to think through decisions more thoroughly instead of acting impulsively. Waiting to do something until a deadline looms also may motivate a person to work harder to complete the task at hand. Yet chronic procrastination can be a problem that affects one’s job performance, academic success and general state of mind.

Psychology Today says that procrastinating is often done to temporarily reduce a person’s anxiety about a task or alleviate boredom or negative feelings toward the work at hand. Procrastination is more a symptom of emotions rather than a problem of poor time management. Experts in the field of psychology say that even though procrastinating may temporarily relieve anxiety or unpleasant feelings, procrastinating ultimately can increase negative feelings. Resolving to stop pushing tasks into the future can be a worthwhile goal, but it’s difficult. “To tell a chronic procrastinator to ‘just do it’ would be like saying to a clinically depressed person, ‘cheer up’,” said Joseph Ferrari, a professor of psychology at DePaul University.

Individuals can instead employ these strategies to get focused. • Set deadlines Open-ended time frames for getting things done may be a procrastinator’s worst enemy. Setting deadlines can provide the inspiration needed to get things done. Set reminders to help stay on task. • Seek cognitive-behavioral therapy CBT is a common type of talk therapy that is used as a tool in treating various mental health conditions and other situations. CBT helps a person become aware of inaccurate or negative thinking to change a view on challenging situations, says the Mayo Clinic. This way one can respond to them in a more effective way. • Identify feelings

Identifying why a person is procrastinating can help him or her get past the block. Fear, change, sadness, or lack of experience may be behind a person’s tendency to procrastinate. Identifying the cause can help men and women overcome this hurdle. • Break down the task Dividing a challenging task into a handful of smaller tasks can make it easier to complete the project. Reward little successes, which will eventually add up to a big success. • Keep distractions at bay Remove distractions from the environment, so they can’t be used as a procrastination crutch. Over time, people can break the habit of procrastination and become more efficient and successful.

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hen cold winds blow, it’s essential to take extra steps to protect your health. There are a number of techniques that can help keep your immunity high and your body in good condition to support wellness all season long so that you can enjoy the chillier months. There’s no magic formula for feeling your best, but consulting your health care provider is always a good idea when you’re contemplating new ideas to promote better health.

Get up and moving

Without frequent use, muscles and joints can weaken and grow stiff, limiting your mobility. Exercise is also an important step in balancing your caloric intake, and physical activity gets your blood pumping, which has numerous benefits for heart health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends a minimum of 150 minutes each week (or 30 minutes per day, at least five days each week) of moderate activity, such as a brisk walk, yoga class or bike ride. Additionally, winter brings fewer hours of sunlight during the day, and per the National Sleep Foundation, darkness naturally causes the brain to release melatonin, a hormone that triggers sleepiness. Exercise can counteract this drowsiness, as the endorphins released through physical activity cause a natural increase in energy levels. Studies show that endorphins can also elicit positive feelings and reduce the perception of pain, which can lower stress levels to help keep you mentally and physically well.

Spice up your routine with herbal supplements

Whether to supplement your diet with additional vitamins and nutrients or to give you a specific, targeted boost, herbal supplements can help support overall health. For example, the supplement turmeric, derived from root extracts of the Curcuma longa plant, is widely regarded to have numerous positive health implications. “Since 2013, turmeric has dominated the market as the top-selling ingredient in herbal supplements,” said Chris Oswald, licensed nutritionist at Nature’s Way. “As research on turmeric grows, consumers continue to recognize the health benefits of this amazing botanical.” Turmeric can be added to several foods, but to ensure a steady, adequate dose, Oswald recommends a turmeric-based herbal supplement, like the Turmerich line from Nature’s Way. The line combines a blend of premium ingredients in two unique formulas, Turmerich Heart and Turmerich Joint. Both supplements feature turmeric extract along with a strong suite of herbal and specialty ingredients for comprehensive, targeted support. Each supplement uses 400 milligrams of standardized turmeric root extract per serving to boost ingredient potency, maximizing potential health benefits.

Get ample rest

Adequate sleep allows the body to rejuvenate itself naturally, promoting a better mood, improved system function and increased stamina throughout the day. The National Sleep Foundation

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is a relative of the ginger root. n Turmeric adds the yellow color to foods such as Indian curry and yellow mustard, and is often used as a dye for its rich pigment. n When dried and ground, the underground stem of the turmeric plant can be used to make capsules, tablets, teas, oils and more.

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recommends older adults get at least 7-8 hours of sleep each night for optimal health. Beyond a good night’s sleep, be sure to take some mental downtime, too, to minimize stress and anxiety, both of which can have a negative impact on your health. Find ways to relax through meditation, reading or listening to soothing music, which can help rest your mind and body.

Boost immunity

Fresh fruits and vegetables offer vitamins and minerals that can play an important role in immune health. Studies have shown that vitamin C, which is found naturally in several fruits, is essential for stimulating growth and repair in the body. During the winter months, when fresh fruit can be harder to find, supplements like Echinacea & Vitamin C from Nature’s Way can be another source of vitamin C.

Maintain skin health

As the body’s largest organ and the first line of defense against physical harm, the skin is particu­ larly susceptible to wear and tear. During the winter, frequent exposure to harsh elements, from dry air to biting sleet, can have serious impacts on skin health. You can take steps to minimize painful redness and flakiness or cracking by regularly moisturizing your skin with fragrance-free lotions and herbal oils. They can create a protective barrier between your skin tissue and potential pollutants and irritants, and should be applied generously to areas that are most likely to be exposed, like your hands and face. Also remember to bundle up to prevent the impact of stinging winds, and avoid unnecessary time outdoors when conditions are especially harsh. Find more winter wellness tools at naturesway. com or Facebook.com/NaturesWayBrands.


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A Nutritious Treat

Finish off a nutritious family meal with a dessert that doesn’t go overboard. This Apple Spice Bread can cap the evening off with a tasty yet health-conscious treat including Granny Smith apples. Visit aicr.org to find more healthy and nutritious recipes.

Apple Spice Bread

Reprinted with permission from the American Institute for Cancer Research Servings: 10 Nonstick cooking spray 2 medium Granny Smith apples (about 2 cups) 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 1 cup all-purpose flour 1 cup whole-wheat flour 2 teaspoons baking powder

1 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon allspice 1/4 teaspoon salt 3/4 cup packed light brown sugar 3 tablespoons canola oil 1 egg, lightly beaten 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Heat oven to 350 F. Coat 9-inch loaf pan with cooking spray. Peel and grate apples. Toss with lemon juice to prevent browning. In large bowl, combine flours, baking powder, cinnamon, allspice and salt. Mix well. Make well in center and set aside. In medium bowl, combine apples, brown sugar, oil, egg and vanilla. Mix well. Add mixture to dry ingredients and mix until just blended. Transfer batter to prepared pan. Bake 1 hour, until toothpick inserted near center comes out almost clean. Cool in pan on wire rack, 10 minutes. Remove from pan and cool completely.

Bolder, Healthier Meals

One of the challenges of cooking at home is creating bold and unique flavors with healthy, organic and wholesome ingredients without spending hours in the kitchen. With the right tools, you don’t have to go to extremes or make drastic changes to eat healthy. For example, purchase products made with certified organic ingredients that have no artificial colors or flavors and are grown by trusted farmers who share the same passion. Consider including items like Organic Simmer Sauces from SEEDS OF CHANGE, which donates 1 percent of sales to support and develop sustainable community-based farming and growing programs. Add zest to your meals by sauteing your favorite protein, veggies or tofu with one of an array of flavors: Sesame Ginger Teriyaki, Taco Roasted Chipotle, Sweet and Sour, Mushroom and Tikka Masala. Just add and simmer for 10 minutes. Start your journey toward bolder, healthier meal options with this Seared Polenta Rounds with Mushrooms and Caramelized Onions recipe. Find more organic ways to add nutrition to your meals at seedsofchange.com.

Seared Polenta Rounds with Mushrooms and Caramelized Onions Recipe courtesy of Tiffany from the blog ParsnipsandPastries.com Servings: 5 1 large yellow onion, sliced 1 tablespoon butter

Begin with Beans

Eat healthier and save a little money by adding beans to your meals. This soup recipe blends creamy, home-cooked navy beans with healthy veggies like carrots, onions and leeks for a warm, tasty appetizer. Find more nutritious recipes at aicr.org.

Tuscan White Bean Soup

Reprinted with permission from the American Institute for Cancer Research Servings: 6 1 cup dried navy beans cold water 1 leek, white part only, cut into 1-inch pieces 3/4 cup coarsely chopped onion 1/2 cup chopped carrot, 3/4-inch pieces 1/2 cup chopped celery, 3/4-inch pieces 1/4 cup flat-leaf parsley leaves, loosely packed 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil 4 cups reduced-sodium vegetable or chicken broth 2 cups water 1 teaspoon finely chopped fresh rosemary salt, to taste freshly ground pepper, to taste

Place beans in deep pot and cover with cold water to 1 inch above beans. Bring water to boil and simmer, uncovered, 1 minute. Remove from heat, cover and let beans sit 1 hour. Drain. In same pot, cover beans with cold water to 2 inches above beans. Over medium-high heat, bring to boil. Cover pot partway so it does not boil over; simmer beans until soft and creamy, 45-60 minutes. Set beans aside in cooking liquid until ready to use. In food processor, pulse leek, onion, carrot, celery and parsley until finely chopped and moist. In medium Dutch oven or small soup pot, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add chopped vegetables and cook, stirring, 5 minutes, or until soft. Cover tightly, reduce heat and cook 10 minutes. Increase heat and cook until golden, 8 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add broth, 2 cups water and rosemary. Simmer, covered, until vegetables are soft, 20 minutes. Remove from heat and use immersion blender to whirl soup until partly pureed with some vegetables bits remaining. Add 2 cups drained, cooked beans to soup. Return pot to heat and cook until beans are heated through. Season soup, to taste, with salt and pepper. Divide soup among six deep soup bowls.

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tablespoon olive oil, plus additional for searing cup vegetable stock ounces cremini mushrooms, sliced ounces shiitake mushrooms, sliced cloves garlic, minced pepper, to taste 1 pouch SEEDS OF CHANGE Organic Mushroom Simmer Sauce 1 tube (18 ounces) prepared organic polenta 10 teaspoons shaved Parmigiano cheese fresh parsley Caramelize onions. Heat butter and 1/2 tablespoon olive oil over medium heat until hot. Add sliced onions to butter mixture and stir gently to coat. Spread onions in one layer, and cook until golden brown and caramelized, stirring every 5 minutes for about 40 minutes, or until caramelized. Once caramelized, add vegetable stock to deglaze pan and scrape browned bits. Add mushrooms and garlic, and season, to taste, with pepper. Cook until mushrooms are browned and tender. Stir in mushroom sauce, lower heat and bring to slow simmer. Cut polenta tube into eight even rounds. Sear polenta rounds in bit of olive oil and season each side with pepper. Cook until polenta is golden brown on each side, about 4-5 minutes per side. Transfer to plates. Spoon mushroom mixture over polenta rounds and top with 2 teaspoons Parmigiano cheese per serving and fresh parsley.

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P.S. Yes, everyone wants to know why I would ever leave sunny California to live in snow and ice. The answer is: Because I love my daughter (even though she hates my Prius). C’mon, Margaret. Fess up. No one loves her child enough to move from San Francisco to Boston! There must be an impending grandchild involved. The good news is that while you have to give up your mild winters, earthquakes, mudslides, wildfires and stifling housing costs, you can keep your beloved Prius. We have dozens and dozens of customers who drive Priuses in Boston. And they work fine in the winter. All batteries lose some power in low temperatures. But the Prius is a hybrid, so it’ll just use a little more gasoline when it’s cold. So, you might see a drop from 50 mpg down to 47. I’ll say a novena for you. The only challenge you’ll have is in the snow. The Prius is a lightweight car with “low rolling resistance” tires: Those help improve fuel economy, but give up a little grip to do so. Also, the electric motor in the Prius has a lot of torque, which is great for quick

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TO THIS WEEK’S SHOPPING NEWS “HOCUS-FOCUS” • Active Generations: Tuesday Night Dance Schedule – Jan. 2: No Dance; Jan. 9: Solid Country; Jan. 16: Norgaard Country; Jan. 23: Dave Glazier “Doc Holiday”; Jan. 30: Larry the Rhythmair. Feb. 6: Happy Memories; Feb. 13: Solid Country-“Sweetheart Dance”; Feb. 20: Norgaard Country; Feb. 27: Larry the Rhythmair. Cost: Members: $5; Non-members: $6. Special Dances Cost: Members: $6; Non-members: $7. Held at Active Generations, 2300 W 46th St. Public is Welcome! For more information, call (605) 333-3307. • Sioux Falls Stampede Hockey – Saturday, Jan. 6, Friday & Saturday, Jan. 12 & 13 at 7:05 pm. The Sioux Falls Stampede are a Tier 1 junior ice hockey team based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, that competes in the United States Hockey League (USHL). They are members of the Western Conference. The Stampede play its home games at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center. For more information, visit www.sfstampede.com or call (605) 336-6060. • Sioux Falls Skyforce Basketball – Sunday, Jan. 7 at 5pm. Wednesday, Jan. 17 at 6:30pm. Monday, Jan. 29 at 6:30pm.

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All games held at the Sanford Pentagon. For more information visit http://siouxfalls.dleague. nba.com/ • Restart – Friday, Jan. 5 from 7-10:30pm. Held at the Lorang Theatre, 3201 S Kiwanis Ave. Admission is $10. High energy Praise and Worship, Speaker, and Adoration. All-star performers. Sonar, Connor Flanagan, PJ Anderson, And Fr. Shaun Haggerty, This is a great event for the youth, young adults, adults and families. You can get your tickets at Holy Spirit or Saint Michael Parish. For more information, call (605) 371-2320. • SF Christian Women’s Connection Brunch “New Beginnings” – Tuesday, Jan. 9 starting at 9:30 am. Held at the VFW, 3601 S. Minnesota Ave. Doors open at 8:45 am. Cost is $12. Secondtimers attend free by presenting the orange “Second-Timer” ticket. Speaker: Angela Drake, Tea, SD. “Hope Through Grief”. Feature: Cynthia Holmquist, community resource officer. Music: Haley Seeba. For more information or reservations, call Bonnie at (605) 332-7054. Brunch reservations are ESSENTIAL and should be honored, canceled or given to a friend.

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Liam figured out that something was wrong when Steffy went to the doctor for a paternity test. Carter dropped a bomb on Maya when he told her his true feelings. Justin pressured Bill into telling him the truth about his affair. The weight of Steffy and Bill’s betrayal weighed heavily on Liam, who angrily demanded the details of their dalliance. Wyatt told his father that he was gifting the Spencer cliff house to Liam and Steffy. Katie arrived at Steffy’s to congratulate her on the baby news but quickly realized that something was terribly amiss when Steffy broke down in her arms. Liam unleashed his fury on Bill when he prevented him from leaving the office for his own good. Wait to See: A beloved family member returns to Los Angeles to stay. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Eve demanded to know if Brady was playing her. Vivian had some shocking news for everyone at the party. A drunken Ciara was determined to expose Rafe’s secret. Vivian and Kate faced off. Stefan had some surprising news for Chad and Abigail. Will decided to end things with Sonny. Chloe questioned Brady about his true feelings for Eve. Chad accused Stefan of sabotaging his company. Ciara made a big confession. Rafe realized that Ciara must know about his dalliance with Sami. Abe and Theo got some unexpected news about Theo’s medical situation. Chad and Abigail plotted to thwart Stefan. Wait to See: Eric is stunned to learn the identity of Roman’s New Year’s Eve date.

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ble-standard chauvinism, his sentence was in absentia. They’re both appealing the verdict in a higher court. *** Disney is buying the assets of 21st Century Fox for a mere $55 billion. That won’t include the famed 20th Century Fox lot, which still will be owned by Rupert Murdoch and has 80 permanent buildings (sound stages and offices) spread over 1.8 million square feet. Currently, “Modern Family, “Fresh Off the Boat,” “The Orville,” “Speechless,” “The Mick” and Ryan Murphy’s “American Crime Story: The Versace Murder,” among others, film there. In 1956, Fox sold its vast back-lot acreage to cover losses when Elizabeth Taylor’s “Cleopatra” went millions of dollars over budget. The back lot was converted into The Century Plaza Hotel, Century City, with huge office buildings and a huge mall. Now that Disney owns ABC Television, Pixar, The Marvel Universe, the “Star Wars” franchise and more, the only thing Disney has to worry about is 21st Century Fox gobbling up Mickey Mouse! © 2017 King Features Synd., Inc.

THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS At the GCAC, J.T. confronted Billy and implied that he was a negative influence on Reed. Their conversation was cut short when Jill arrived to chat with Billy. Jill was impressed with Billy’s recent behavior and suggested he take over Chancellor to further her legacy. Meanwhile, Lily and J.T. bonded over the drama of raising teenagers. Later, Cane offered J.T. a job and a room at the mansion. Dina caused chaos at the office until Jack hired a caregiver. Ashley retained a hotshot lawyer named Tony and met with him at the Abbotts’ estate. Michael privately informed Jack that Tony was a shark and would play dirty to win a case. Wait to See: A shocking secret is revealed during the Abbotts’ day in court with Graham. (c) 2017 King Features Synd., Inc.

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the ride. For more information, call (605) 367-8222. • Guided Snowshoe Tour for Beginners – Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018 from 1-3pm, starting at Mary Jo Wegner Arboretum, 1900 S Perry Place, North side of Arrowhead Parkway near Arrowhead Park. Admission: Free. Staying healthy and fit during the snowy winter months can be a challenge, so why not try a sport that can burn up to 1,000 calories per hour? Sioux Falls Parks and Recreation is partnering with The Outdoor Campus and the Mary Jo Wegner Arboretum to offer a snowshoeing activity that will teach you the fundaments of the sport and allow you to spend time outdoors in the winter. Snowshoes will be available on a first-come, firstserved basis. No registration required. For more information, call (605) 367-8222. • 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.

GENERAL HOSPITAL Anna found herself in a bind. Nina grew more and more anxious. Jason confronted Carly. Griffin called Ava. Jordan tracked down Anna. Franco’s confusion continued to plague him. Michael and Ned met up. Julian made an emotional plea to Olivia. Molly turned to Alexis for help. Anna paid a visit to the ICU. Amy hoped to have good news for Nathan. Lulu’s attempts fell flat. Jason called on Spinelli. Maxie overshared with Obrecht. Nathan jumped to conclusions. Carly was forced to face the music. Nelle was nervous about her first day. Kiki probed Griffin for answers. Ava dismissed her insecurities. Wait to See: Maxie has a horrible nightmare.

1. Star Wars: Episode VIII — The Last Jedi ............................. (PG-13) Daisy Ridley, John Boyega 2. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle ................................. (PG-13) Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillian 3. Pitch Perfect 3 ............... (PG-13) Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson 4. The Greatest Showman ......(PG) Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams 5. Ferdinand ............................(PG) animated 6. Downsizing ............................. (R) Matt Damon, Christopher Waltz 7. Coco ......................................(PG) animated 8. The Darkest Hour ......... (PG-13) Gary Oldman, Lily James 9. Father Figures ....................... (R) Owen Wilson, Ed Helms 10. The Shape of Water ............ (R) Sally Hawkins, Octavia Spencer

Gifts, meals, activities, memories. It’s that time of the new year to share a big “thanks” to those who made the December holidays special for our families and kids. By doing so, we model to the youngest generation the habit of expressing appreciation to others. Hopefully they’ll grow into the “saying thanks” habit without our prodding. According to Amy Jaworsky, editor for the Hearst Corporation and mom of two school-age girls, 13 and 8: “Acknowledging someone’s generosity is a reminder to ourselves of all we have to be grateful for. The more we realize how lucky we are, the more apt we are to want to deserve it by being better people.” Good words for all, not just for kids. Teaching her daughters to express thanks to others started on a practical level when her oldest, Presley, turned 4. “I was standing in the background at gift-opening time at her birthday party when the eager guests circled the birthday girl. It felt like a feeding frenzy,” she says. “They closed in, and it moved fast. With all the excitement, Presley tore through the wrappings, so it was hard to get a complete list of who gave what.” That’s when Amy came up with an idea the following year to ask gift-givers to stand with her daughter while she opened their present, so she could snap a photo of them as they posed

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HOLLYWOOD — Chris Hemsworth’s biggest moneymakers have been the six films in which he played Thor (2011-2017). Despite the golden touch of director Ron Howard, “In the Heart of the Sea” (2015) cost $100 million and grossed only $94 million. “The Huntsman: Winter War” (2016) cost $115 million and grossed $165 million (which wasn’t a breakeven gross). With “Avengers: Infinity War” now completed and due May 4, and the untitled “Avengers” movie currently filming (for a May 2019 premiere), Hemsworth is filling in the gaps with “12 Strong,” with Michael Shannon and “Mom’s” William Fichtner, opening Jan. 19. Also upcoming is “Bad Times at the El Royale,” set in a dilapidated part of the California Lake Tahoe region, with Jeff Bridges as a down-on-his-luck priest. Another star needing a big hit is Gerard Butler. While “London Has Fallen” (2016) grossed $206 million, “A Family Man” (2017), with Gretchen Mol, Alfred Molina, Allison Brie and Willem Dafoe, made $1.2 million overseas and nothing in the U.S., and “Geostorm” (2017) needed to make double its $120 million cost to turn a profit and only grossed $207 million. Butler will try to change that with the heist/action-thriller “Den of Thieves,” with Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, out Jan. 19, and “Hunter Killer,” with Gary Oldman, Billy Bob Thornton, Willem Dafoe and Oscar-winning songwriter and actor Common, opening in 2018. *** Eqyptian singer Shyma was sentenced to two years in jail and fined 10,000 Eqyptian pounds ($560) for making her music video “I Have Issues,” in which she appeared in scanty underwear and suggestively ate a banana. An Eqyptian court “Had Issues” with her for inciting debauchery and producing a video harming public morality. The director of the video also was fined and given two years in prison, but in true dou-

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with the gift. Through the years, she has seen how both the giver and receiver feel special when they capture the moment together. When it comes time to say “thanks,” she has no worries making sure the right card is with the right gift. “I have the evidence in my camera,” she says. “I print out the photos and we mount them to simple cards with envelopes. As my daughters grow older, they can express a more detailed ‘thanks,’” she adds. Here are more saying “thank you” ideas: —If your child received a holiday gift from someone who wasn’t present, take a photo of your child enjoying building with the new blocks, dressing a new doll or shooting a puck with the new hockey stick. Print it, and mount it on a card with a personally written thank you. —Email or text a short video of your child saying “thanks” and using the gift.

—Encourage your children to draw a picture of the gift. If they aren’t writing yet, let them dictate as you write their “thanks.” *** Donna Erickson’s award-winning series “Donna’s Day” is airing on public television nationwide. To find more of her creative family recipes and activities, visit www.donnasday.com and link to the NEW Donna’s Day Facebook fan page. Her latest book is “Donna Erickson’s Fabulous Funstuff for Families.” © 2017 Donna Erickson Distributed by King Features Synd.

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I really like the girl who plays the sister on “The Goldbergs” and think she has a wonderful voice. Will she try to pursue a career in singing as well as acting? — Denise W., via email Hayley Orrantia, who plays Erica Goldberg on the hilarious family comedy that centers on the trials and tribulations of growing up in the 1980s, began singing as a child and recorded her own songs at the age of 14. In 2011, she was a contestant on the first season of “The X-Factor” and was eliminated in week five. When she was cast as Erica in “The Goldbergs” in 2013, creator/writer Adam F. Goldberg heard about her singing talent, and he incorporated that into her character. Hayley will be going on the road this spring in the Strong, Sweet and Southern Tour. She has been building up her country/pop music career and is excited to get out and perform for her fans. Says Hayley: “I couldn’t be more excited to get a chance to meet everyone and share music that has been deeply inspired by this wild last year of my life. I’m looking forward to meeting and personally thanking the fans who have followed my musical journey from the beginning, and those who have found me through ‘The Goldbergs.’” Go to hayleyorrantia.com to see if she’ll be performing near you. *** My mom heard they were making a movie about Jody Arias and the murder mystery surrounding the death of her ex-boyfriend. Is this true, and if so, what can you tell us about it? — Gilda F., Land O’ Lakes, Florida “Investigation Discovery” will air a three-part limited series surrounding the events, beginning Sunday, Jan. 14, at 10/9c as part of its American Murder Mystery franchise. For those unfamiliar with the horrific case, on June 4, 2008, friends found 30-year-old Travis Alexander dead in the shower of his Mesa, Arizona, home. He was stabbed more than 20 times, his throat was slit and he was shot in the

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• The unknown soul who made the following sage observation must have been a keen observer of events: “A politician can appear to have his nose to the grindstone while straddling a fence and keeping both ears to the ground.” • In the 17th century, a Frenchman opened a coffee shop in London and sold chocolate, newly imported from the Americas, for 10 to 15 shillings a pound. That may not sound like much until you learn that at the time, the going price of a pound gold was 20 to 30 shillings. • Are you interested in pogonotrophy? If you’re a woman, the answer is probably no. The word, derived from the Greek word “pogon,” or “beard,” and the suffix “trophy,” or nourishment, refers to the growing of a beard. • Most people realize that many places in the United States were once known by different names. Here’s a sampling: the Potomac River was originally called Conococheague Creek, Camp David was named Shangri-La, and the USA itself was once known as the United States of Congress Assembled. • Good news for the not-so-neat among us: Making your bed could be bad for you. A study done in the United Kingdom at Kingston University showed that the linens of an unmade bed retain less moisture, therefore making them less attractive to dust mites. • Evidently it’s not just humans who associate a deeper voice with maturity (and desirability) in males. It seems that male owls try to appear more macho and attract females by lowering the tone of their hoots. *** Thought for the Day: “The cult of individual personalities is always, in my view, unjustified. To be sure, nature distributes her gifts variously among her children. But there are plenty of the well-endowed ones too, thank God, and I am firmly convinced that most of them live quiet, unregarded lives.” — Albert Einstein © 2017 King Features Synd., Inc.

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1. Kingsman: The Golden Circle ..................... (R) Taron Egerton 2. Despicable Me 3 ..................(PG) animated 3. Home Again ................... (PG-13) Reese Witherspoon 4. American Assassin ................ (R) Dylan O’Brien 5. Detroit .................................... (R) John Boyega 6. The Hitman’s Bodyguard ..... (R) Ryan Reynolds 7. Wind River ............................ (R) Kelsey Asbille 8. Logan Lucky .................. (PG-13) Channing Tatum 9. Atomic Blonde ....................... (R) Charlize Theron 10. Home Alone ....................(1990) (PG) Macaulay Culkin

tions regarding a sponsorship, please contact Samantha Bucknell at (605) 336-3662 ext. 205 or sbucknell@embe.org • Dakota Opry – Welcome back! February, 18 from 4-6pm held at the American Legion in Tea, SD. There will be no Dakota Opry in December 2017 or January 2018. • Sioux Empire Home Show™ – Friday & Saturday, Feb. 23 & 24 from 10am-8pm. Sunday, Feb. 25 from 11am-5pm. Held at the Sioux Falls Convention Center & Arena, 1201 N. West Avenue. Building, decorating, financing, landscaping and much more will be featured. Visit http:// hbasiouxempire.com/events/ sioux-empire-home-show/ for a full list of exhibitors and map. For more information, call (605) 361-8322. • Spirit of Volunteerism Awards Luncheon – Mark your calendars for the Spirit of Volunteerism Awards Luncheon, Thursday, May 10, 2018 from 11:30am to 1:00pm. Award Nomination Forms will be available in January. • 2018 Dakota Royal Charity Draft Horse Show Dates Announced – Top six horse hitches from across the US will trot in to the Swiftel Center in Brookings, SD Sat & Sun June 23rd & 24th, 2018. The show with over 60 draft horses in the ring at once is the only SD qualifying event for the North American Classic Six Horse Hitch competition Many volunteers will roll out the royal SD welcome for over a hundred draft horses and their skilled handlers. This event is a real WOW for the Midwest audience.

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• Horse-Drawn Sleigh Rides – Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018 from 1-3pm held at Memorial Ice Rink, 7500 W 26th St. The ice rink area is near Memorial Middle School parking lot. Admission: Free. Sleigh Rides around the park provided by McCrossan Boys Ranch. For more information, call (605) 367-8222. • 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. • Fifth Annual In Her Shoes Empowerment Breakfast – Thursday, Feb. 8 from 7:309:30 am held at the Sioux Falls Convention Center - Exhibit Hall 1-2,1201 N. West Ave. Admission is $35. Join us for a morning of fellowship, inspiration and empowerment at the fifth annual In Her Shoes Empowerment Breakfast benefiting Dress for Success Sioux Falls! Hear powerful messages from International author, Psychologist and Founder of Women’s Impact and FLAW Club, Cris Linnares, along with local women about what empowerment has meant in their lives. Ticket purchase includes breakfast and program! For more information or ques-

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Husband isn’t pulling his weight with childcare duties Q: My husband is more than willing to play with the kids. But when it comes to the practical side of parenting -- dinner, diapers, bath times -- I don’t think he pulls his weight. What’s a woman to do? Jim: I’ve heard this complaint from many wives. Men and women often have different understandings about parenting. You may feel it’s natural that tasks be shared equally. But for your husband ... well, it might not be so obvious. It could be he wasn’t expected to help around the house when he was younger. Or maybe his parents had clearly defined roles that now guide his thinking. Whatever the reason, communication between a husband and wife in these situations is key. So start by sharing your concerns and see if, together, you can agree on ways to split household duties to your mutual satisfaction. If dialogue doesn’t do the trick, counselors often suggest you set appropriate boundaries to motivate his involvement. For example, let him know he’ll likely have to fix his own dinner since you’ll be busy with other things, like feeding and bathing the kids or cleaning the house and grocery shopping. The idea isn’t to punish your husband, but to help him understand the realities of the workload around the house. If he’s into sports, you might

* On Jan. 5, 1643, in the first record of a legal divorce in the American colonies, Anne Clarke of the Massachusetts Bay Colony is granted a divorce after being deserted by her husband, Denis Clarke. * On Jan. 2, 1811, Timothy Pickering, a Federalist from Massachusetts, becomes the first senator to be censured. Pickering was accused of violating congressional law by publicly revealing secret documents communicated by the president to the Senate. * On Jan. 1, 1863, a farmer named Daniel Freeman submits the first claim under the new Homestead Act for a property in Nebraska. The act legalized the long-standing practice of squatting on the vast federal landholdings in the West. * On Jan. 6, 1925, at New York’s Madison Square Garden, Finnish longdistance runner Paavo Nurmi makes his first American appearance. He would run a total of 55 races before returning home, losing only his last race, a half-mile sprint. Some newspapers speculated that Nurmi had lost only out of During This Week politeness to his hosts. in January * On Jan. 7, 1947, “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” becomes the No. 1 song on the U.S. pop charts. The story of Rudolph began in 1939, when retailer Montgomery Ward created a holiday book to give away to children. Johnny Marks later used the story to write the song, which sold more than 2 million units in its first year alone. * On Jan. 4, 1974, President Richard Nixon refuses to hand over tape recordings and documents that had been subpoenaed by the Senate Watergate Committee. Nixon would resign from office in disgrace eight months later. * On Jan. 3, 1990, Panama’s Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega surrenders to U.S. military troops to face charges of drug trafficking. In 1992, the former dictator was convicted of drug trafficking, money laundering and racketeering, and sentenced to 40 years in prison.

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Focus on the Family try using team-based descriptions to illustrate how different players may change assignments based on the game situation and play design. Fortunately, most guys will get the picture and step up. But if this is still a source of tension in your marriage, I invite you to call our staff counselors at 1-855-771-HELP (4357). Or visit FocusOnTheFamily.com for more information. Q: We have a 4-year-old daughter who is a very picky eater. Every meal seems to turn into a fight. Can you offer some practical ideas for easing this conflict? Danny Huerta, Vice President, Parenting and Youth: The first thing I’d suggest is this: Don’t panic over a finicky child who wants the same food for every meal. I know one family whose two young boys asked for corn dogs and pizza, no matter what was served. The parents didn’t give in to those requests, but also didn’t leave

their sons at the table for hours until they finished their spinach. When kids are hungry, they eat. As a parent, you get to make the initial choice of what foods are going to be available in the home and shop accordingly. But in that context, try involving your daughter in choosing and making the meals. When children participate in this way, in many cases they inevitably taste a variety of foods and get accustomed to a range of options. They also feel some ownership of the food. You can be creative and play “gas station” with your 4-year-old at meal times. Explain that filling up our bodies is a lot like driving and riding in cars. You can’t skip the gas station; and if you put the wrong fuel in, or none at all, the car/body won’t work right. The ideas are endless. As your child gets older, help her identify and distinguish “fuel” foods from “pleasure” foods. Of course, through the years I have also worked with several children who had sensory issues. This presents a different challenge. If you try various creative ideas to get your child to eat and nothing seems to work, she may need to be evaluated by an occupational therapist. An assessment can help determine if there are any sensory processing issues that create a reaction to certain textures or tastes when it comes to food. © Copyright 2018 Focus on the Family

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Just as some people believe that doughnuts should be sprinkled with sprinkles, and others believe they should be dunked in coffee, so some Christians believe they should be baptized by sprinkling, and others believe they should be dunked, or immersed. I personally believe the only mode of water baptism in Scripture is by sprinkling. First, while it is popular to say that water baptism is a testimony that has nothing to do with salvation, the Bible is very clear that the

purpose of water baptism is to cleanse men by washing away their sins(Acts 22:16 cf. Mark 1:4; 16:16; Acts 2:38). In Scripture, cleansing is often accomplished by sprinkling (Num. 8:6,7; 19:13,18-22), but never by immersion. In fact, God promised the Jews that after He gathers them back into their land for the kingdom, “Then will I sprinkle clean water upon you, and ye shall be clean: from all your filthiness…will I cleanse you” (Ezek. 36:24,25). We know it is commonly

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taught that the Greek word baptismos that is translated “baptism” in our Bibles means to “dip” or to dunk, but that’s not so. It’s true that bapto, the verb form of baptismos, means to dip, for that’s how it’s translated in Luke 16:24. However, dipping is only the beginning of water baptism, as we see in Numbers 19:18: “And a clean person shall take hyssop, and dip it in the water, and sprinkle it upon…the persons that were there.” “Hyssop” was a flowery

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bush that, when dipped in water, was capable of absorbing enough liquid to then sprinkle it on people (Heb. 9:19). So in water baptism, the hyssop was immersed, the people were sprinkled. We know that those Old Testament sprinklings were baptisms, for baptismos is the word used to describe those “divers washings” (Heb. 9:10). Even the priests were washed (Ex. 29:4) with water from the laver (Ex. 40:11,12) that was not used for immersion (Ex. 30:18-21). We know John the Baptist washed people in the same way, for the Jews didn’t ask “what” he was doing, as they would if he were doing something new, they asked “why” he was doing it (John 1:25). He stood in the Jordan so he could easily dip the hyssop and sprinkle people. Baptismos is also translated “washing” in Mark 7:4, and few (if any) households in Israel had a receptacle large enough to immerse “tables.” Of course, today our hearts are washed “by… regeneration” (Titus 3:5). But while your heart was cleansed in this manner, to cleanse your “way” (Psa. 119:9), you can only do so “by taking heed thereto according to thy Word.” Let’s take heed! © 2018 Berean Bible Society


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either. If you have a family – or someone who is dependent on your income – you need 10 to 12 times your yearly income in a good, level term insurance policy. If you make $50,000 a year, that means you need a term life insurance policy with $500,000 to $600,000 worth of coverage. If you don’t have a family or dependents, I’d recommend a simple burial policy of $10,000 to $20,000 to cover any final expenses. Either of these would be very inexpensive for

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Source of fatigue remains a mystery DEAR DR. ROACH: My wife is 77 years old, goes to bed at 9 or 10 p.m., wakes at 10 a.m. and is exhausted by noon. She has severe arthritis, peripheral artery disease, scoliosis and depression. She has had many surgeries on her back, joints and blood vessels. In addition to fatigue, she experiences tingling in her hands and feet, and severe back pain, especially when standing and walking. She has had no success with pain management for her back, and has a clean bill of health from her neurologist and cardiologist. Exercise/activity results in being tired (with her back pain, exercise is a twominute walk then rest). She takes an hour nap every afternoon. We proceed from doctor to doctor with the same issues, and the fatigue source remains undiagnosed. Do you have any suggestions how to proceed? -- G.W. ANSWER: Fatigue is one of the most difficult symptoms to diagnose and treat, since there are so many possible causes. In her case, the underlying conditions that you have mentioned -arthritis, peripheral artery disease and depression -- all may have fatigue as a significant part of their symptomatology. Further, the medications used to treat these conditions

Keith Roach, M.D. often cause severe fatigue and sleepiness, which is confused with and sometimes goes along with fatigue. I can’t tell you how many people treated for chronic pain write to me complaining of fatigue and feeling like a “zombie.” Depression can be a cause of fatigue, but it also can be an understandable reaction to chronic pain and fatigue. While I can’t provide specifics on how to help your wife, an experienced physician can review all of the medications to see whether they are likely to be doing more harm than good. He or she will consider treatment for depression that may help the fatigue in particular. Other effective treatments include a graded exercise program (“graded” means starting very slow and building up), which helps more than half of people improve. Finally, optimal treatment of her underlying conditions may help,

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HY-VEE’S OPERATION HELPFUL SMILE RECENT RECIPIENTS: BOYS & GIRLS CLUB $1,231.24; SAFETY VILLAGE OF SD $1,195.44

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Tangy Summer Sausage 28 oz.

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Armour

Lunchmakers 2.6 oz.

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Ruffles or Funyuns 6-9 oz.

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