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LITANY OF FORGIVENESS For the times I lacked compassion and concern for others – For my failures to pray and take the time to talk to you – For not sharing my resources: my time, talent, and treasure – For holding grudges and refusing to have a forgiving heart – For the times I have criticized and gossiped –

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1 dash salt 2 tablespoons Burman’s Dijon Mustard To make ham: Heat oven to 325 F. Place ham in roasting pan on rack. Pour reserved liquid over ham and cover tightly with foil. Bake 10-12 minutes per pound. To make glaze: In small pan, combine wine, orange juice, syrup, brown sugar, rosemary and salt. Heat to boil then lower to rapid simmer until mixture begins to thicken and reduce, about 10 minutes, stirring frequently. Remove from heat and whisk in mustard. When ham is 10 minutes from being done, remove from oven and increase temperature to 400 F. Remove foil and brush ham thoroughly with glaze. Place ham back in oven, uncovered, about 10 minutes, or until ham reaches internal temperature of 140 F. Remove ham from oven and let sit 10 minutes. Slice and serve.

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1. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What is the international word (NATO phonetic alphabet) for the letter “O”? 2. GEOGRAPHY: Which U.S. city lies further west: Los Angeles, California, or Reno, Nevada? 3. MUSIC: Which Latin rock band had a hit with the 1999 album “Supernatural”? 4. LITERATURE: Which 19th-century author wrote a book of short stories called “Twice-Told Tales”? 5. LANGUAGE: What does the phrase “fifth column” refer to? 6. ANATOMY: What part of the human body is referenced by the adjective “hepatic”? 7. U.S. PRESIDENTS: What was the name of President Bill Clinton’s family cat? 8. NICKNAMES: Which West Coast city’s nickname is “Emerald City”? 9. ORGANIZATIONS: How many countries are members of Interpol, an international police organization? 10. MOVIES: Who played the character “Iceman” in the 1986 movie “Top Gun”? Answers for answers: check out 1. Oscar 2. Reno the rest of the shopper! 3. Santana 4. Nathaniel Hawthorne 5. A group of spies or traitors within your own defensive line 6. The liver 7. Socks 8. Seattle 9. 194 10. Val Kilmer

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1. When was the last time before 2015-17 that the Chicago Cubs reached the postseason for three consecutive years? 2. In 2017, Arizona’s J.D. Martinez tied Ralph Kiner’s 1949 record for most home runs in September. How many home runs was it? 3. Name the last NFL team before the Cincinnati Bengals in 2017 to open a season with two home games and not score a touchdown in either game. 4. Who was the last Purdue men’s basketball player before Carsen Edwards in 2018 to score at least 40 points in a game? 5. Name the last coach before Barry Trotz of the Washington Capitals in 2018 to leave a team due to a contract dispute after winning the Stanley Cup. 6. In 2019, Fernando Alonso became just the third Formula One champion to win the 24 Hours of Daytona sports car race. Name either of the first two to do it. 7. How many times has Serena Williams been named The Associated Press’ Female Athlete of the Year? Answers 1. It was 1906-08. 2. Sixteen.


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(StatePoint) It’s tax season. The time of year when phone scammers get particularly aggressive trying to trick you out of your hard-earned money. And scam calls and robocalls are a growing problem for everyone. Here are a few tricks to help you dodge scammers and give you peace of mind. Know the Signs Scam call technology is always changing, so it’s important to stay vigilant against scammers’ attempts to get you to answer your phone. Every year, they make millions off innocent victims with new techniques. Their latest method, known as number-spoofing technology, could fool even the savviest consumers into answering the phone. Number-spoofing makes a scammer’s number appear as either a familiar number with a local area code or even come up on Caller ID as the “IRS.” If you don’t answer, they may also leave “urgent” callback voicemails via robocalls. Recognizing these tactics can help you stay safe. If you suspect a call (or a voicemail) is a scam, hang up. If you want to be sure, don’t call back the number provided but instead, look up your local IRS Customer Service number on the Internet and call the IRS

directly. Use Protection Tools Check out what technology your wireless company offers that can protect you from scam and spoof calls. For example, T-Mobile offers free scam and spoofing protection for customers with Scam ID and Scam Block. These tools are made available to all postpaid customers and live on the T-Mobile network, so no app is required. As soon as a call reaches the network, it’s analyzed and if it’s scam, the incoming call is tagged as Scam Likely. If customers want to stop scam calls completely, they can turn on Scam Block. With these tools in place, in the last two years, TMobile has alerted customers to over 10 billion Scam Likely calls. And in 2019, T-Mobile reports warning customers of 225 million Scam Likely calls each week. Others wireless providers usually also offer customers app solutions to help identify scam calls for a small monthly fee. Check with your provider to see what is available. New standards from the Federal Communications Commission, called STIR/ SHAKEN, are also helping protect consumers. T-Mobile’s implementation of STIR/ SHAKEN, Caller Verified, lets

you know when a call made on the T-Mobile network is authentic and not intercepted by scammers and spammers. Once other wireless providers implement STIR/SHAKEN, Caller Verified will work on calls made across networks. Know Your Rights While scam-blocking technology can help you filter out scam and spoof calls, it’s also important to know your rights. Many of these calls use intimidation tactics to scare consumers into divulging sensitive information over the phone. The IRS website notes that they will always make attempts to reach you via postal mail first and they will never ask you for a specific form of payment. You should know that you always have the right to formally contest the amount owed, and the IRS will not make threats against you or your family regarding arrest or deportation. If you have any elderly or susceptible family members, talk to them about how to avoid such scams and consider setting them up with the latest technology to help them stay safe. This tax season, be wary about the calls that you receive. With up-to-date information and new technology, you can protect your pocketbook from scammers.

BRIDGES Employment Resource Center RESUME BASICS Seminar RESUME BASICS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2018 FROM 10-11:30AM AT ACTIVE GENERATIONS DID YOU KNOW??? • There is A LOT to do to get yourself ready to hit the market, searching for your next job. • There is 1 technique that is the BEST way to find a job… do you know what it is? • There really IS something known as the “HIDDEN JOB MARKET” TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE: • All the different ways to source jobs in the marketplace • What is the “hidden” job market • How to REALLY network effectively • How to respond to ads in the open job market • How & where companies search for job applicants • How to apply for jobs online • How to organize yourself to be really effective in finding your next job

WHAT TO BRING: • Your resume—if you already have one • An open mind…and a willingness to learn new techniques BRIDGES Employment Resource Center Job Coaches are available to help you prepare a resume that will highlight your abilities (or assist in other ways). Please call to schedule a meeting Job Coach. This workshop will be held at the Active Generations Center, 2300 W. 46th St., Sioux Falls and is FREE of charge. You do not need to be an Active Generations Center member to attend. Register at bridgeserc@activegen.org, or call 605-3333318 for more information. PLUS...

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LINKED-IN OR LEFT OUT? TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019 FROM 10-11:30AM AT ACTIVE GENERATIONS By: Gabrielle Hoing CEO/ Owner of KoreCares (Home Care Services, Sioux Falls) Presented in the Active Generations Computer Lab WORKSHOP GOALS: • Come prepared to understand the in’s and out’s of Linked-In. • What is it? • How to build a profile. • How to build a strong network. • How to make Linked-In work for you! Registration is required as space is VERY LIMITED although the class is FREE. Call 333-3318 or email: bridgeserc@activegen.org This workshop will be held in the Computer Lab at Active Generations Center, 2300 W. 46th St. and is FREE of charge. You do not need to be an Active Generations Center member to attend.


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CAR’S COMPUTER THINKS MOM’S A THIEF! Dear Car Talk: When my mother drives her car, the alarm goes off and the theft deterrent light comes on. Then the car will barely run. When this happens, the power steering light, the brake light and even the tire pressure light will come on. She then has to turn the car off, take the key out, open the door and press the unlock button on the remote to get things working again. After doing that, she can restart the car and it will be alright for a while. We took it to get checked out and they couldn’t figure it out. She really needs your help. Thanks. -- Mary Well, that’s inconvenient, Mary. Her car thinks she’s stealing it. How sad. After all these years, it doesn’t recognize the hand that fuels it. It sounds like there’s a problem with the theft deterrent system, also known as the immobilizer. It’s activating while the car is being driven for some reason. And when the immobilizer is activated, it’s putting the car into what’s called “limp home mode.”

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Generally, “limp home mode” is engaged by the car’s computer when there’s a danger that driving the car at normal speed will do serious damage to the engine or catalytic converter. It prevents the car from going more than a few miles an hour; enough to let you “limp” off the next exit ramp, or home if it’s nearby. The fact that she can “reset” the car by using the remote to unlock the doors tells me it’s definitely a problem with the immobilizer. Unfortunately, on modern cars, the immobilizer is built into the car’s computer. So you can’t simply disconnect the alarm system by cutting a wire, like you could in the old days. That means your dealer is your best bet here. The dealership is most likely to have seen this problem before. And if they haven’t, they’re most likely to know how the system works in your car, and where to start looking. And brace yourself, because it’s not likely to be a simple short in a wire, and may even require a new computer. In the meantime, tell your mother to stop wearing a ski mask when she gets into her car. That may be confusing things. Good luck. Got a question about cars? Write to Ray in care of King Features, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803, or email by visiting the Car Talk website at www.cartalk.com. © 2019 by Ray Magliozzi & Doug Berman Distributed by King Features Syndicate, Inc.

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How Switching The Clocks Can Affect Your Health Americas are beginning their first week of “Spring Ahead”, where we have to get up an hour earlier to get the work on time. However, there is some research that suggests that is it more than just an inconvenience. The research suggests that the one-hour time change twice a year can significantly throw off humans’ internal clocks.

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(METRO) Much of the world adjusts their clocks each spring and fall. In the fall, clocks are fixed on standard time, while in the spring they’re moved forward one hour to daylight saving time, or DST. The rationale behind DST has long been based on energy savings, as the demand for electricity to light homes is related to the times when people go to bed at night and rise in the morning. Studies conducted by the U.S. Department of Transportation in 1975 determined that moving clocks ahead one hour could save a small amount of energy each day. In New Zealand, power companies registered a 3.5 percent decrease in usage when daylight savings starts. Even though the energy savings associated with DST can be significant, some suggest those savings come at the expense of human health.

Research suggests that a one-hour time change twice a year can significantly throw off humans’ internal clocks. A report conducted by the Massachusetts Legislature in the summer of 2016 found that people lose a significant amount of sleep in the days following DST, which can lead to an increase in both traffic fatalities and on-the-job injuries. Disrupted sleep cycles can leave people restless and coping with anxiety. A 2012 study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology found shifts related to DST led to killing time on the internet and other “loafing” around from lack of energy and motivation. Finnish researchers analyzed more than 10 years of stroke data and its relation to DST. The overall rate of ischemic stroke increased by 8 percent in the first two days after transitioning to DST.

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Similarly, other issues arise when clocks are switched back to standard time in the fall. Danish researchers found the rate of people seeking care for depression rose for up to 10 weeks after clocks were turned back. Various petitions have been created to urge legislators to maintain DST all year long. The United Kingdom-based Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents says doing so will reduce road deaths currently caused by darker evenings in autumn and winter. Keeping the time consistent can help avoid body clock resets, may prevent accidents and could increase productivity in the evening hours when the autumn arrives. Only time will tell if turning the clocks back and moving them forward will become a relic of the past.

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(Family Features) Whether circumstances are good or bad, exciting or stressful, there are several simple ways to improve emotional and mental fitness. As one example, sharing a hug with a loved one has been found to boost immune system responses, help fight disease and increase overall health, according to an article published by “The Guardian.” Hugs increase serotonin, which is the body’s natural antidepressant, can be a natural sleep aid and help reduce stress and anxiety. However, according to the article, hugs are on the decline. Among the reasons for this decline in hugging are busy schedules and the prevalence of technology extending the workday into time spent at home. It can be hard to focus on personal connections when work follows you home in your pocket. At times, it seems there are stronger connections to mobile devices than family members sitting in the same room. There is a simple solution, though. You can get back to showing love through the simple act of hugging. With the help of its mascot, Seymore Good, Tree Top encourages everyone to “squeeze the day” and acknowledge goodness in others by sharing a meaningful, honest hug. The grower-

owned fruit cooperative that uses simple ingredients and real fruit also introduced innovative clear apple sauce pouches that let parents “See the Good” in what their kids are eating before they eat it. In the spirit of reducing stress and giving meaningful hugs, consider these tips: Keep it real. Avoid superficial hugs or giving a hug just out of habit. Instead, try focusing on the hug and giving it with purpose, as an expression of friendship. Squeeze hard, but not too hard. Take a breath. Once you are in the hug, pause for a moment and breathe. Just one breath. This is where you have the chance to squeeze a little longer. Go ahead and be a little vulnerable. In the moment, remember who you are hugging and why you are hugging him or her. This is a moment when the healing power of the hug can shine through, and a hug or squeeze is a sign of affection and trust. Let it go. Be sensitive to the movements of the person you are hugging and be willing to be the first to let go. Leave the embrace with a smile on your face, even in the hardest moments of life. Always let the person you are letting go of know you are happy. treetop.com

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I hope you’ve bought your stock in celery juice because it is hot right now! Instagram, celebrities and bloggers everywhere are raving about juicing celery. So is it all is cracked up to be? There are claims that it reduces inflammation, prevents cancer and is anti aging among several more but does science back this up? Celery is great for sources of vitamin c, magnesium, fiber and is low in calories. However, when juiced some of these benefits are lost. Celery juice is concentrated thus leading to more calories. It also loses its fiber content and becomes only a source of carbohydrates, sugar, sodium and the vitamins/minerals. There is no research backing up

the claims that celery juice is a cure all for any disease or symptom. There is no one magical food that will make over your diet or your health. Research shows that a variety of foods and food groups will lead to the best nutrition. Keep in mind that this is a trend and with all trends it will be gone soon and the shelves at the grocery store will be stocked full of celery again. Diet trends can be misleading. Remember to do your research on any new diet that comes your way. A good old healthy, balanced diet and movement with your body will get you lifelong results without the yo-yo. Ask yourself, can I see myself doing this in 5 years? If the answer is yes, then it is a good lifestyle change.

Juicing a small or moderate amount of celery is not problematic and if you enjoy it, continue! Some feel better drinking it in the morning and it starts their day out right. It is a daily habit in the right direction but not the only habit you should adopt.

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Arlington, Va. — American Trucking Associations’ advanced seasonally adjusted (SA) For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index increased 2.3% in January after falling 1% in December. In January, the index equaled 117.3 (2015=100), up from 114.7 in December. ATA recently revised the seasonally adjusted index back five years as part of its annual revision. “After monthly declines in both November and December, tonnage snapped back in January,” said ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello. “I was very pleased to see this rebound. But we should expect some moderation in tonnage this year as most of the key sectors that generate truck freight tonnage are expected to decelerate.” Compared with January 2018, the SA index increased 5.5%. In 2018, the index increased 6.7% over 2017, which was the largest annual gain since 1998. The not seasonally adjusted index, which represents the change in tonnage actually hauled by the fleets

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ATA Truck Tonnage Index Increased 2.3% in January before any seasonal adjustment, equaled 113.1 in January, which was 2.9% above the previous month (109.9). In calculating the index, 100 represents 2015. Trucking serves as a barometer of the U.S. economy, representing 70.2% of tonnage carried by all modes of domestic freight transportation, including manufactured and retail goods. Trucks hauled 10.77 billion tons of freight in 2017. Motor carriers collected $700.1

billion, or 79.3% of total revenue earned by all transport modes. ATA calculates the tonnage index based on surveys from its membership and has been doing so since the 1970s. This is a preliminary figure and subject to change in the final report issued around 5th day of each month. The report includes month-to-month and yearover-year results, relevant economic comparisons, and key financial indicators.

Minnesota Trucking Company Damaged by Fire A trucking company’s facilities in northwest Minnesota were heavily damaged by fire over the weekend of March 2, 2019. Media reports say a fire broke out at about 4 a.m. Saturday, March 2, 2019 at Baer Trucking, which is located between Lake Park and Audubon in the Detroit

Lakes region of the state. It appears a building and several trucks were destroyed. Investigation into the fire, to which six departments responded, continues. Fire departments from Audubon, Lake Park, Detroit Lakes, Hawley, Callaway and Pelican Rapids all responded, as did Audubon Rescue

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Truck Driver Shortage Affecting Business (METRO) While traversing the nation’s highways, drivers may not realize they are in the company of people who help keep the country’s economy flowing smoothly. The various trucks seen on the roadway are crucial economic components, as are the drivers who toil hours on end behind the wheel. As vital as they are, truck drivers are now in short supply, with some citing an aging workforce, high turnover rates, increased freight demand, and “lifestyle priorities” that can make other industries seem more attractive to would-be drivers. The economic advisor Morgan Stanley reports that about 75 percent of freight in the United States is moved over the nation’s roadways by the roughly three million truckers. The American Trucking Associations says that about an additional 50,000 drivers are needed to meet deficits, particularly in the long-haul sector of the industry. If the trucking shortage goes unaddressed, industries could falter and deliveries may be late. In ad-

dition, rising costs of transporting goods by freight companies may be passed down to consumers. Industry experts fear the shortage may almost triple by the year 2026. Analysts say this problem has been festering for about 15 years. However, the recession that began in 2008 masked the issue, and when the North American economy strengthened once again, the cracks in the system became more apparent. The trucking lifestyle isn’t attracting millennials and the incoming Generation Z individuals who are interested in a work-life balance, continues the ATA. If consumers are wondering why prices on certain goods have steadily risen, they may have trucker shortages to blame. Transportation costs have been problematic for companies such as PepsiCo, Halliburton, Hasbro, and Tyson Foods, just to name a few. Tyson has said freight costs spiked by an estimated $200 million in 2018. Experienced truckers who

are interested in finding work or individuals new to this employment sector may find that odds of getting gainful employment are in their favor. The demand for drivers has resulted in freight companies offering higher salaries as well as signing bonuses for qualified drivers. Trucker compensation has risen as much as 12 percent a year in recent years, according to Bob Costello, chief economist at the ATA. That’s a considerable increase in wages compared to other sectors, which have barely budged recently. Additionally, while current U.S. regulations restrict commercial drivers license-holding drivers from operating across state lines until they are 21 years of age, the introduced DRIVESafe Act would establish an apprenticeship program for individuals under age 21 who hold a CDL to prepare them for interstate commerce. Truck driver shortages are affecting businesses. However, for those interested in a becoming truckers, there has never been a better time to sign on.


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The Importance of Clean Air Filters (METRO) Cars and trucks can benefit greatly from clean air filters. Many drivers are aware of the need to change the oil in their vehicles according to the intervals designated in their owners’ manuals, but few may be aware of the many benefits of changing air filters. One such benefit pertains to fuel efficiency. The automotive website CarsDirect.com notes that studies have shown that changing clogged air filters can improve fuel efficiency by as much as 10 percent and save drivers as much as 15 cents per gallon of fuel. Clean air filters also can benefit the environment. When vehicle air filters are clogged, air flow to the engine is re-

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Rule Changes Reduces Training Duplication for Drivers Upgrading to Class A CDL The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is making it easier and less expensive for truck drivers to upgrade their commercial driver’s license from a Class B to Class A through a change to its entry-level driver training regulations. The ELDT regulations published on Dec. 8, 2016, originally required the same level of theory training for drivers upgrading from a Class B CDL to a Class A CDL as it did for those getting their CDL for the first time. Now, FMCSA said it recognizes that because Class B CDL holders have prior training or experience, they should not be required to receive the same level of theory training as individuals who have never held a CDL, so it’s amending the rule. The compliance date for this final rule is Feb. 7, 2020. This change will save eligible driver trainees and motor carriers $18 million annually, according to FMCSA. The agency

estimates that more than 11,000 driver-trainees will benefit annually and see an average reduction of 27 hours in time spent completing their theory instruction. The new final rule applies only to Class B CDL holders, and does not change the behind-the-wheel training requirements in the 2016 ELDT rule. All driver-trainees, including those who hold a Class B CDL, must demonstrate proficiency in all elements of the behind-the-wheel curriculum in a Group A vehicle. The ATA supported the proposal, describing in its comments on the notice of proposed rulemaking as “an important improvement to the ELDT regulations that will help keep these experienced drivers in the industry.” The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association said while it favored the elimination of these duplicative require-

Why Switch to Diesel Engines? Long-haul truckers and other commercial drivers are not the only ones filling up at the diesel pump these days. In fact, many private citizens are swapping their gasoline-powered cars for vehicles with diesel engines. (METRO) Although diesel engines were once thought to be dirty and loud, such cars and trucks can actually be efficient consumers of fuel. For anyone looking to save money and help the environment, diesel cars and trucks can be well worth the look. • No spark plugs: Diesel engines do not have spark plugs or distributors as gas-powered engines do. That means they will not require ignition tuneups. • Longevity: Diesel engines are prized for their ruggedness and ability to withstand higher compression. Industry experts say many diesel vehicles can have longer life spans than gas-powered vehicles. Plus they can be driven farther before they will require major repairs. • Efficiency: According to Carophile, diesel engines can convert more fuel into power - between 45 and 50 percent - than traditional gasoline engines, which boast conversion rates of roughly 30 percent. Many diesel vehicles get great gas mileage and can deliver similar fuel economy to some gasolineelectric hybrids. • Cool running: Because of their efficiency, diesels run cool, offers automotive company Wyo-

ments, it would like to see some of the projected savings used to further entry-level training, specifically behind-thewheel instruction. The association has long advocated for entry-level driver training standards, believing that such regulations would do far more to improve safety than other initiatives such as mandatory electronic logging devices. It and other ELDT advocates were surprised that the rule did not set a minimum requirement for behind-the-wheel training. Under the rule, applicants seeking a CDL have to demonstrate proficiency in knowledge training and behind-the-wheel training on a driving range and on a public road. But there are no required minimum number of hours for the knowledge or behind-the-wheel portions of any of the individual training curricula.

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com/care-foundation/communityservice-projects/repair-affair for an application to apply for the program. Applications are due by Thursday, April 18, 2019. 18TH ANNUAL SPAGHETTI DINNER & LIVE AUCTION The Sioux Falls Sioux Empire Lions Club will be holding its 18th Annual Spaghetti Dinner and LIVE Auction at Active Generations (2300 W. 46th Street) on Saturday March 23, 2019 from 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM. This annual dining EXTRAVAGANZA event helps the Sioux Empire Lions Club raise funds to support many organizations locally, including The Banquet, Bishop Dudley House, and Meals on Wheels. Additionally, we also support many Lions programs including Dakota Lions Sight and Health, SD Lions Foundation, SD School for the Blind, Leader Dog for the Blind and Lions Clubs International Foundation Disaster Relief Program. The Spaghetti Dinner will be a fun event, complete with an all you can eat meal of salad, spaghetti, breadsticks and a LIVE auction. Come hungry and bring your family, friends and neighbors for an exciting night of great food and fun. Tickets can be purchased from Sioux Empire Lions Club members at their 1st Wednesday of the month Noon meetings at Active Generations, or at the door the day of the event. Cost of a ticket is $5.00. Children 5 years or under are FREE. Questions can be answered by calling Lion Shiloh Oorlog at 605-941-9907 13TH ANNUAL ST. BALDRICK’S HEAD SHAVING FUNDRAISER Thursday, March 14 from 4:308:30pm held at Pizza Ranch, 2717 West 41st Street. Admission is free. Join us again this year at Pizza Ranch on 41st Street for our 13th Annual Sioux Falls St. Baldrick’s event, and whether you decide to shave your head, volunteer, or donate, we hope you’ll be a part of the excitement! Come any time between 4:30-8:30 to join in the fun!! Get involved and you’ll be giving hope to infants, children, teens and young adults fighting childhood cancers! Register today at www.stbaldricks.org/events/ siouxfalls2019 ROYAL TEA FUNDRAISER & SILENT AUCTION Saturday, March 16 from 9:30am12noon held at Meadow Barn at Country Orchards, 1690 Willow Street West, Harrisburg, SD 57032. Admission is $30. A morning of tea where cups overflow with friends in a beautiful country

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Memorial Hospital Business Office Front Desk. For more info, call (605) 326-3028. 18TH ANNUAL GOURMET GUYS Active Generations along with dozes of talented community men showcasing their creative recipes. Sunday, April 28 from 4:30-6:30pm. Located at 2300 W. 46th Street. Tickets: $40 per person in advance, $35 for AG members, $45 per person at the door. Sample incredible foods and enjoy complimentary wines & beers. Doors open at 4:30pm, Chef Awards program at 7pm. All proceeds directly benefit Active Generations. Get your tickets today by calling (605) 336-6722. SCANDINAVIAN ROOTS BENEFIT CONCERT Sunday, April 14th at 3:00 p.m. at Beaver Creek Lutheran Church, Augustana Heritage Park, 1111 W. 33rd St. Daughters of Norway Borghild Dahl Lodge and Nordland Heritage Foundation present Norwegian-born singer/songwriter Ann-Marita Garsed in concert Accompanying herself on acoustic guitar, Ann-Marita will perform her solo show, “Scandinavian Roots,” featuring traditional Norwegian folk songs and original compositions about Nordic immigrants. Ann-Marita’s road to success has led her from birth and childhood in Geirangerfjord, Norway, to Los Angeles, California. She

chos, Lettuce & Tomatoes, Shredded Cheese, Sour Cream, Bread Pudding, 1/2 Orange. March 18: Meatloaf, Baked Potato with Sour Cream, Green Beans, Strawberries. March 19: Lasagna Rotini, Mixed Vegetables, Breadstick, Berry Fruit Salad. FREE TAX ASSISTANCE AND PREPARATION AVAILABLE The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program is providing free tax assistance and preparation for taxpayers with low to moderate income in in Sioux Falls. AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is the nation’s largest free tax assistance and preparation service, giving special attention to the older population. You do not need to be a member of AARP or a retiree to use this service. Offered at two convenient locations in Sioux Falls: Active Generations (West 46th) and the Prairie West Library (West 26th). For specific site details, visit aarp.org/siouxfalls. To make an appointment at either location, call 605-333-3313. For more information on what documentation is required or to locate an AARP Foundation Tax-Aide site, visit www.aarp.org/findtaxhelp or call 1-888-AARPNOW (1-888227-7669). AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is offered in conjunction with the IRS. SPORTS SF SKYFORCE BASKETBALL Friday, March 15 at 7pm. Sunday, March 17 at 5pm. NBA G League affiliate of the Miami Heat. For more information, visit. http:// nba.com/skyforce or call (605) 332-0605.

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Cheddar Cheese Biscuits for St. Patrick’s Day Whenever I run into my Irish-American friend Margaret Wachholz, I feel like I’ve just won a ticket to the Emerald Isle. It’s not just her catchy sayings and accent that inspire me; she simply exudes joy whenever I tell her about my attempts to be just a wee bit Irish, especially around St. Patrick’s Day.

When I recently shared a favorite biscuit recipe made with cheddar cheese and scallions, which I thought might be ideal for a St. Patrick’s Day dinner, she exclaimed, “’Tis, indeed, but be sure to add lashings of butter! Irish butter.” Good thing, because this recipe calls for butter in the batter and for brushing on top of the warm biscuits — perfectly suited to accompany an Irishthemed meal on March 17, This easy recipe skips mixers, kneading and biscuit cutters in the prep. Just set out a big bowl, grab a wooden spoon and call in the kids.

(Makes 16 medium biscuits) cups all-purpose flour tablespoon baking powder tablespoon garlic powder tablespoon sugar teaspoon salt cup whole milk cup plus 2 tablespoons unsalted melted butter (resources below) 2 cups shredded mild cheddar cheese (look for Irish cheddar for St. Patrick’s Day) 2 teaspoons scallions, chopped 1 tablespoon parsley, chopped 16 whole leaves from flat leaf parsley, for garnish (optional) To prepare oven and baking pan: Heat oven to 450 F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. To prepare dough: In a large mixing bowl, let your kids measure and combine flour, baking powder, garlic powder, sugar and salt. Stir with a big spoon. Add milk and 1/2 cup of the melted butter, and combine lightly until flour is mixed in. (Do not overstir!) It will be sticky. Fold in the cheese, scallions and chopped parsley. To bake: Use an ice-cream scoop or large spoon to drop equal-size mounds on the baking sheet. Bake 12-14 minutes, until lightly browned. To serve: Remove from oven. Brush each biscuit with remaining 2 tablespoons melted butter and press a parsley leaf shaped like a shamrock on top. Resources: Kerrygold brand pure Irish butter is widely available. Kerrygoldusa.com. *** 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.” 2 1 1 1 1 1 1/2

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LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Your sense of justice helps you resolve a problem that might have been unfairly attributed to the wrong person. Spend the weekend doing some long-neglected chores. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) You might feel justified in your anger toward someone you suspect betrayed your trust. But it could help if you take the time to check if your suspicions have substance. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Ignore distractions if you hope to accomplish your goal by the deadline you agreed to. Keep the finish line in sight, and you should be able to cross it with time to spare. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Your creative self continues to dominate through much of the week. Also, despite a few problems that have cropped up, that recent romantic connection seems to be thriving. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) As curious as you might be, it’s best to avoid trying to learn a colleague’s secret. That sort of knowledge could drag you into a difficult workplace situation at some point down the line. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Instead of spending too much time floundering around wondering if you can meet your deadline, you need to spend more time actually working toward reaching it. BORN THIS WEEK: You have a natural gift for attracting new friends, who are drawn to your unabashed love of what life should be all about.

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You’ll want to discourage well-meaning but potentially ill-advised interference in what you intend to accomplish. Your work has a better chance to succeed if it reflects you. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) The Bovine’s well-deserved reputation for loyalty could be tested if you learn that it might be misplaced. But don’t rely on rumors. Check the stories out before you decided to act. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You’ve been going on adrenaline for a long time, and this unexpected lull in a recent spate of excitement could be just what you need to restore your energy levels. Enjoy it. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Friends can be counted on to help you deal with a perplexing personal situation. But remember to keep your circle of advisers limited only to those you’re sure you can trust. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Security-loving Lions do not appreciate uncertainty in any form. But sometimes changing situations can reveal hidden stresses in time to repair a relationship before it’s too late. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) This is a good time for single Virgos to make a love connection. Be careful not to be too judgmental about your new “prospect” — at least until you know more about her or him.

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It is an ancient privilege accorded to kibitzers and irate partners alike to point out — after play is completed — how declarer should have played and made the contract he has just finished butchering. In fact, I have it on excellent authority that this right to criticize declarer’s play and call attention to his ineptitude — after the location of all 52 cards is known — was one of the many pledges exacted from King John at Runnymede when he agreed to sign the Magna Carta back in 1215 A.D. Whether this actually occurred I

have no way of knowing, but there is no doubt that the hideous practice of double-dummying partner to teach him the finer points of the game still goes on to this day. All of which leads us to today’s unusual exercise where kibitzer, butcher and teacher alike are all challenged to score 10 tricks with spades as trump. This is strictly a double-dummy affair, by which is meant that the reader is invited to study all four hands and take full advantage of seeing the opposing cards. Of course, best defense is assumed. To get right to the meat of the matter, all declarer has to do to make the contract is to win the opening heart lead with the ace and play his king on it! This extraordinary stroke increases South’s losers from four to five — but at the same time it renders the defense helpless. Without this highly unusual play, four spades cannot be made. Three rounds of trump are next drawn, after which South cashes the ace of clubs and ace of diamonds. West is then presented with his heart trick. Not only that, but West is also allowed to win the next two heart leads while dummy discards two diamonds and declarer two clubs. South then takes the rest of the tricks, trumping two diamonds in dummy and two clubs in his hand!

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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Sally made a comment to Wyatt about both Hope and Flo giving birth during the same time period, but neither going home with a baby. Zoe flipped out when she learned about Flo and Wyatt’s past connection. Wyatt assured Sally about his love for her and his commitment to reviving Spectra Fashions. Steffy made a stunning revelation to Liam and Hope about her plans for the future. Donna and Justin went about matchmaking for Bill and Katie. Taylor urged Steffy to fight for Liam. Bill and Katie realized they’d been set up for lunch. The Spencers and Logans reunited when Thomas returned home with his son, Douglas. Wait to See: Sally apologizes to Thomas for their split. DAYS OF OUR LIVES John was horrified when he discovered that Marlena was unconscious. Sonny and Will celebrated a new change in events. Brady warned Rex that Eric had a history of breaking up couples. Stefan and Chloe bonded over their similar upbringings. Diana went to the hospital to comfort John. JJ urged Haley to let him help her. Tripp questioned Claire on how authorities knew where Haley was hiding. Leo surprised Brady with the news that they were brothers. John was stunned when a nurse claimed that Kristen was the one who tried to kill Marlena. Sarah impulsively kissed Eric. Leo offered to make a deal with Stefan. Wait to See: Marlena’s condition begins to decline.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 14 • Girls Basketball: State AA Tournament through Saturday at Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City • Drama: “Antigone” 7 p.m. in WHS Little Theatre FRIDAY, MARCH 15 • Drama: “Antigone” 7 p.m. in WHS Little Theatre

Tuesday, March 19 • Third Quarter: Of academic year ends • Academic Letter: Presentations 9 a.m.—seniors today, juniors March 20, sophomores March 21 • Show Choir: Last of Show performance 6 p.m. in WHS Auditorium

This Week at WHS: The WHS Girls Basketball Team will play in the State AA Girls Basketball SATURDAY, MARCH 16 Tournament March 14-16 at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center as a part • Show Choir: Friend de Classic 8:45 a.m. at Mitchell High School—Stage of the AA Boys and Girls Combined Basketball Tournament. The No. 6 Lights JV 9:50 a.m., Classic Connection varsity 3:50 p.m. in prelims; seeded WHS girls will play the No. 3 seeded Lincoln Patriots in the first finals 7:45 p.m. round at 5 p.m. Mountain Time Thursday at the Ice Arena. Admission • Powerlifting: State Meet 9 a.m. at Roosevelt High School is $45 for an adult all-tournament ticket or $15 per session; $30 for • Drama: “Antigone” 7 p.m. in WHS Little Theatre a student all-tournament ticket or $10 per session. At the same time, the Class A Combined Tournament will take place in Sioux Falls at the Monday, March 18 Premiere Center and Arena. The drama department at WHS will present • Senior Class Party: Parent planning meeting 6:30 p.m. the drama “Antigone” by Sophocles, adapted by Greg Banks, at 7 p.m. in WHS Commons Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday, March 14, 15, 16 and 18 by • Tennis: Parent/athlete meeting 6:30 p.m. in WHS Library special arrangement with Plays for Young Audiences. Admission is $5 at • Drama: “Antigone” 7 p.m. in WHS Little Theatre the door for each performance in the WHS Little Theatre.

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Angus may indeed have arthritis or just be slowing down, but there could be an underlying cause that can be treated. Diseases of age, like thyroid disorder, diabetes, heart disease and arthritis could be at work. A tick-borne disease (Lyme disease being just one of several) can cause symptoms similar to arthritis or neurological illness. There are other possibilities that should be considered, like cancer. Even if an illness or condition can’t be completely cured, there’s a good chance it can be managed. Angus shouldn’t have to slow down or stop doing the things he loves just because of an assumption that he’s too old. Get more tests, get a more detailed diagnosis of what may be causing Angus’ loss of energy, and work forward from there to rebuild his health. Send your questions to ask@ pawscorner.com. © 2019 King Features Synd.,Inc.

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DEAR PAW’S CORNER: My Border Collie “Angus” is 12 years old, so he’s getting along. Until a few months ago he could whip along as fast as anything and had plenty of energy. At feeding time, he would jump up and down waiting for his food. However, lately he runs very little, seems to have little energy and just waits patiently for his food. The veterinarian said he has probably developed arthritis, and it’s just to be expected at his age. What do you think? -- Carl in Madison, Wisconsin DEAR CARL: Ask the veterinarian to run some tests. While yes, 12 years is getting up into senior years for a dog, Angus’ sudden change from an energetic adventurer to a lethargic homebody doesn’t seem normal. If the vet doesn’t want to do any tests, go to a different vet.

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Kitty Ann Pedersen Kitty Ann Pedersen, age 63, died on Wednesday, February 27, 2019. Memorial services were at 2:00 PM Wednesday, March 6, 2019, at First Lutheran Church, Colton. Visitation was from 5:00-7:00 PM Tuesday, at the Minnehaha Funeral Chapel, Colton. minnehahafuneralhome. com JoAnn Tagtow JoAnn Tagtow, 75, passed away on Thursday, February 28, 2019. The family requests that memorials be directed to the Leukemia Research Foundation. Visitation with the family present was from 4:00 to 6:00 PM on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, at the Miller Westside Chapel, 6200 West 41st Street. A funeral service was held at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, March 6, 2019, at the Miller Westside Chapel with burial at the Riverview Cemetery in Chamberlain. www.millerfh.com Yvonne "Vonnie" Richards Yvonne (Vonnie) Richards, 92, passed away on Wednesday February 20, 2019. As per her wishes, there will be no funeral. The family will hold a memorial at a time and location yet to be determined. That information will be posted at www.barnett-lewis. com, after details have been finalized. barnett-lewis.com Marshall "Eric" Johnson Marshall "Eric" Johnson passed away on February 14, 2019. A memorial service will be held at a date yet to be determined. The family requests that memorial donations be directed to Black Hills Playhouse Summer Camps, P.O. Box 2513, Rapid City, SD 57709 (to help students with tuition cost). Gregory J. Duerkson Gregory J. Duerksen, 61, died on January 31, 2019. A Service of Worship Celebrating Gregory's Life was held at 1:00 PM Saturday, March 9, 2019 at the Evangelical Mennonite Brethren Church, 27196 442nd Ave., Marion. Reception and Visitation with family followed at: City of Freeman Community Center, 224 South Wipf Street, Freeman. Burial was in the Tieszen Cemetery, Marion. Gifts noted for the Gregory J. Duerksen Memorial Fund may be made to: Augustana University Office of Advancement, Attn: Jon Mammenga, 2001 S Summit Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57197. Laurel Mutschelknaus Laurel Joy (Klebsch) Mutschelknaus, age 89, passed away on February 24, 2019. Memorials may go to the Diabetes Society.

Ruth Christensen Ruth Christensen, 90, passed away on Thursday, February 28, 2019. Family suggests that donations may be directed to First United Methodist Church of Sioux Falls. Memorial visitation with family present to greet friends was 5:00 - 7:00 PM Thursday, March 7, 2019 at Miller Westside Chapel, 6200 W. 41st St., Sioux Falls. Memorial service was held 11:00 AM Friday, March 8, 2019 at First United Methodist Church, 401 S. Spring Ave., Sioux Falls. Private inurnment at Woodlawn Cemetery, Sioux Falls. For complete obituary visit www.millerfh.com. Eileen Rogers Eileen Rogers, 97, died Friday, Feb. 8, 2019. Memorial services were held at 2:0PM Saturday, Mar. 9, 2019 at First English Lutheran Church, Lennox. Dindot-Klusmann Funeral Home is assisting the family. Dindotklusmann.com Joyce Blount Joyce Blount, 90, passed away on March 1, 2019. Funeral Services were held at 11:00 AM, Saturday, March 9, 2019, at Miller Southside Chapel. Visitation was on Friday, March 8, 2019 with the family present to greet friends from 5:00 to 7:00 PM, Friday evening at Miller Southside Chapel, 7400 S. Minnesota Avenue. (85th and Minnesota Ave). The family would like memorials directed to: First Baptist Church, Sioux Falls, or University of Sioux Falls. www.millerfh.com Michael J. Echols Michael J. Echols, age 75, passed away on February 21, 2019. Memorial Services were at 11:00 AM Friday, March 8, 2019 at Miller Funeral Home, Southside Chapel. Visitation with the family was from 5:00-7:00 PM Thursday, March 7, 2019 at the funeral home. Memorials may be directed to: Respiratory Care-Pulmonary Rehab Fund, Sanford Health Foundation, PO Box 5039, Sioux Falls, SD 57117 or Greater Sioux Falls Habitat for Humanity, 721 E. Amidon Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57104. www. millerfh.com Elizabeth (Bette) Jensen Elizabeth T. (Bette) Jensen, age 94, passed away on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. A service celebrating Bette's life was held on Monday, March 4, 2019, at 11:00 AM, in the Dow Rummel's Halladay-Peterson Chapel, with visitation 30 minutes prior. Interment will be at a later date. Heritage Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. www. heritagesfsd.com.

Lois May Wirth Lois May Wirth, age 85, passed away on Friday, March 1, 2019. Funeral services were at 11:00AM Saturday, March 9, 2019 at Our Saviors Lutheran Church, Viborg. Visitation with family present was from 5:00-7:00PM Friday, March 8, 2019 at the Hofmeister Jones Funeral Home, Viborg with a Prayer Service at 7:00 PM. hofmeisterjones.com Sarah Johnson Sarah Elizabeth Johnson died on February 27, 2019. Visitation with the family present was at 10:00 AM on Monday, March 4, 2019, at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 5500 E. 57th Street. Funeral services followed the visitation at 11:00 AM. A lunch was served in the Gathering Area at 12:00PM, and the procession to Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Sioux Falls was at 1:30 PM. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to a charity of your choice. www.heritagesfsd. com. Deloris M. Richards Deloris Richards, age 83, passed away on Thursday, February 28, 2019. Funeral services were held on Sunday, March 3, 2019, at 2:00 PM at Central United Methodist Church in Milbank. Visitation was held on Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 5:00 - 7:00 PM at Mundwiler Funeral Home, Milbank and continued on Sunday at the church, one hour prior to the service. Burial will be at a later date in Ipswich, SD. Lois Williamson Lois M. Williamson, age 98, passed away on Thursday, February 28, 2019. Her funeral service was held at 11:00 AM on Monday, March 4, 2019 in the Dell Rapids United Methodist Church. Interment was in the Dell Rapids Cemetery. Visitation with the family present was from 2:00 - 4:00 PM on Sunday, March 3, 2019 at Kahler Funeral Home. www.kahlerfh.com

Rueben W. Steen Rueben W. Steen, age 90, passed away on Sunday, March 3, 2019. Funeral Services were held at 10:30 AM on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at First Lutheran Church in Brookings. Visitation was held from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at Rude's Funeral Home, in Brookings. Condolences may be sent to the family through www. rudesfuneralhome.com. Phyllis Drew Phyllis Drew, 86, passed away February 28, 2019. Visitation was on Sunday, March 10, 2019 from 4:00 to 7:00 PM at First Presbyterian Church, Pipestone, MN. Funeral service was Monday, March 11, 2019 at 10:30 AM at church. Burial was in Jasper City Cemetery, Jasper, MN. Arrangements with Hartquist Funeral Home - Pipestone Chapel. Sharon D. Simpson Sharon D. Simpson, 76, died February 26, 2019. Visitation was Friday, March 1, 2019 at Baker-Foster Funeral Home in Suffolk, VA. See BWFosterFuneralHome.com. Janet Lucille Wanzek Janet Lucille Wanzek, age 85, passed away on Friday, March 1, 2019. A private funeral was held at St. Mary's Cathedral in Fargo, ND. She was interred at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery South in Fargo, next to her husband Leo and grandson Thomas. Boulger Funeral Home in Fargo conducted the services. Donations to to the National Music Museum at 414 E. Clark St., Vermillion, SD 57069. Vernon E. Lohrman Vernon E. Lohrman passed away March 3, 2019. A memorial service was held at 11:00 AM Thursday, March 7, 2019 at Heritage Funeral Home. Visitation with family present was one hour prior to the service. www. heritagesfsd.com

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Warren K. Lotsberg, age 76, of Huron, passed away Saturday, March 2, 2019, at the Violet Tschetter Memorial Home surrounded by his family. A celebration of his life will be from 5:00 to 7:00 PM, Friday, March 15th, at the Kuhler Funeral Home with a time of sharing at 6:30 PM. Military rites will be presented by the Huron Veterans Council. A Masonic service will be at 7:00 PM, Friday, March 15th at the Kuhler Funeral Home. Visitation will be from 1:00 to 7:00 PM Friday, March 15 with family present from 5:00 to 7:00 PM at the Kuhler Funeral Home. In Lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the South Dakota State Fair Foundation, 1060 3rd St. SW, Huron, SD 57350. To Donate, please visit www.sdstatefairfoundation.com/donate

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Burdette Miller Burdette R. Miller, age 94, passed away on Sunday, March 3, 2019. Funeral services were held at 2:00 PM on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at the United Methodist Church, Colton. Visitation was held one hour before the service at the church. Burial was in the Colton Cemetery. minnehahafuneralhome.com Ralph "Doug" Stiles Ralph (Doug) Stiles passed away on Saturday, March 2, 2019. A Funeral service was held at 10:30 AM on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at Memorial Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. Visitation with the family present was held from 5:00 to 7:00 PM on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at Heritage Funeral Home. www.heritagesfsd.com.

Dennis Wahle Dennis L. Wahle, age 86, passed away on Friday, March 1, 2019. A prayer service was held at 4:00 PM on Friday, March 8, 2019 at Heritage Funeral Home, with the family present from 4:00-7:00 PM. www.heritagesfsd.com Anthony "Tony" Sandner Anthony (Tony) Sandner, age 75, passed away on Friday, March 1, 2019. A memorial service was held at Heritage Funeral Home in Sioux Falls on Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 2:00 PM with family present one hour before. Burial will be at a later date. www.heritagesfsd.com

Larry Anderson Larry Eric Anderson passed away on March 4, 2019. The memorial service was March 7, 2019 at 3:00 PM at Wildflower Presbyterian Church, 4800 E. 6th Street, Sioux Falls. Full obituary available at heritagesfsd.com.

Wayne "Bud" Coffin Wayne "Bud" Coffin, age 99, passed away on Saturday, March 2, 2019. Visitation was Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 5:00 PM at the Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home with a Scripture Vigil at 7:00 PM. Mass of Christian Burial was Friday, March 8, 2019 at 10:00 AM at the St. Lambert Church. Burial was at the Fort Snelling National Cemetery. barnett-lewis.com

Donald W. Albers Donald Albers passed away on Monday, March 4, 2019. Funeral Mass was held at 10:00 AM Friday, March 8, 2019 at The Cathedral of St. Joseph. Interment was in the St. Mary's Cemetery, Salem. Visitation with the family was held from 5:00-7:00 PM Thursday, March 7, 2019 with a Wake service and Rosary at 6:00 PM at Miller Funeral Home, Main Avenue location. www. millerfh.com

Alex Christopher Anderson Alex Christopher Anderson, age 31, passed away on Sunday, March 3, 2019. A celebration of his life was held at 1:00 PM on Friday, March 8, 2019 at the Ransom Church downtown campus, 700 N. Main Avenue, Sioux Falls. A visitation was held on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at Heritage Funeral Home with family present to greet friends from 6:00-8:00 PM. www.heritagesfsd.com

David Bordeaux David Wayne Bordeaux, age 61, passed away on Friday, March 1, 2019. A memorial service will be held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, March 30, 2019 at the Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Avenue location in Sioux Falls. A complete obituary is available at www.millerfh.com.

James "Jim" Flannery James Francis Flannery, 75, passed away on February 22, 2019. A Celebration of Life and Irish Wake were held on March 3, 2019 from 2:00 - 5:00 PM at the family's restaurant, Ode to Food & Drinks, Sioux Falls. Funeral Mass was March 4, 2019 at 10 AM at Christ the King Catholic Church. barnett-lewis.com

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SIOUX FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT ELEMENTARY Thursday: Chicken and Gravy, WG Rice, Green Beans, Fresh Fruit Friday: WG Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs, Dragon Juice, Applesauce Monday: BBQ Beef on WG Bun, Baked Beans, Pineapple Tuesday: WG Stuffed Bread Stick with Marinara Sauce, Tossed Salad, Fresh Fruit Wednesday: WG Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Peas, Diced Peaches SIOUX FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT SECONDARY Thursday: BBQ Beef Ribbette WG Bun, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Friday: Chicken Strips, Baked Seasoned Potato Fries, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar, WG Dinner Roll (MS) 2 WG Brd Stick (HS) Monday: Beef Patty on WG Bun, French Fries, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Tuesday: Chili Dog WG Bun, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Wednesday: WG General Tos’s Chicken, WG Rice, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar, WG Dinner Roll BRANDON VALLEY Thursday: Chicken Alfredo with WG Pasta, Steamed Broccoli, Mixed Fruit, WG Mini Garlic Toast, Spaghetti & Meatsauce Friday: No School Monday: Hamburger on WG Bun, Sliced Cheese, Tator Tots, Steamed Carrots, Tropical Fruit, Turkey Diced, Turkey

Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, WG Dinner Roll Tuesday: Mini Corn Dogs, Oven Baked French Fries, Mandarin Oranges, WG Garlic Breadstick, Macaroni & Cheese Wednesday: WG Chicken Patty on WG Bun, Tri Tator Potato Patty, Baked Beans, Pineapple Tidbits, Sloppy Joe / WG Bun SIOUX FALLS CHRISTIAN Thursday: A-Chicken patty on bun, tossed salad, corn, pears, B-Fish sandwich, potato chips, C-Wisconsin cheese soup, D-Roast beef sandwich Friday: A-Pepperoni pizza, baby carrots, Jello, fresh fruit, B- French dip w/ Au Jus, potatoes, C-Turkey noodle soup, D-Ham & cheese sandwich Monday: A-French toast sticks, sausage patty, crispy cube potatoes, peaches, B- Charger burger & fries, C- Chicken dumpling soup, D-Ham & cheese sub Tuesday: A-Spaghetti w/ meat sauce, lettuce salad, pears, breadstick, B-Chicken queso rice & bean burrito, C-Chicken wild rice soup, D- Turkey & cheese sub Wednesday: A-Hot dog, tritater, baked beans, mandarin oranges, B-Cheese pizza, C- Chili D-Cold cut sub LENNOX SCHOOL DISTRICT Thursday: Spaghetti, Meatballs, Garlic Cheese Toast, Jumbo Chicken Corndog On A Stick, Veggie Pinwheel, Asian Chicken Salad & Dinner Roll, Seasonal Fresh Fruits &

Vegetables Friday: Breaded & Baked Chicken drumsticks & Waffles, Syrup Packet, Deep Dish Pepperoni Pizza, Bean & Cheese Burrito, Tuna Salad with Roll, Seasonal Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Monday: Turkey Nacho Bowl, Mini Cheeseburgers, Calzone Italian Pocket, Chicken Caesar Salad & Dinner Roll, Seasonal Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Tuesday: Chicken Tamale in Green Sauce & Beans, Spanish Rice, Beef & Cheese Taco Stick, Chili Cheese Dog, Meatless Cobb Salad w/ Roll, Seasonal Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Wednesday: Orange Chicken with Brown Rice, Turkey & Cheese Wrap, Bean & Cheese Pupusa, Mediterranean Salad with Roll, Seasonal Fresh Fruits & Vegetable SIOUX FALLS LUTHERAN Thursday: Chicken Alfredo, Broccoli, Breadstick, Fruit Cocktail Friday: French Toast, Turkey Sausage Patty, Potato Wedges, Juice Box, Mandarin Oranges Monday: Grilled Chicken Patty on Bun, Green Beans, Baked Apple Slices Tuesday: Lasagna, Romaine Lettuce w/Ranch Dressing, Cherry Tomatoes, Bread, Peaches Wednesday: Shredded BBQ Pork on Bun, Baked Beans, Baby Carrots w/Ranch Dressing, Pears

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Irish potatoes forever and amen! The people of Ireland embraced the potato around 1780. The crop rapidly became the primary source of food for most of the population. Potatoes are nourishing and filling, and contain most of the vitamins needed for our daily diet. The crop also is a popular food source around the world because it requires only an acre of land and will grow under almost any conditions. An Irish potato is waxy, which makes it hold its shape when boiled, a common cooking technique in Ireland. The potatoes also are delicious when fried, roasted or broiled. The waxy texture of the potato makes it gluey and dense when mashed, so select another variety, like a Russet potato, for this purpose. An Irish potato is covered with an off-white or cream-colored skin, and its flesh is a creamy white. Black flecks or marks often mottle the flesh of the potato, but have no impact on the flavor. In the 1840s, a disease caused by a fungus infested potato crops throughout Europe, causing a devastating famine in Ireland. This time period is called the Great Famine or “Gorta Mor” meaning “the great hunger.” Mass emigration coupled with widespread deaths from starvation caused the Irish population to drop by as much as 25 percent. By 1850, the Irish made up a quarter of the population in Boston, New York City, Philadelphia and Baltimore. After years of hardship and suffering in Ireland, Alexandre Millardet, a French botanist, discovered an effective fungicide to combat the potato blight in 1883. Today, potatoes are the world’s fourth-largest food crop, following rice, wheat and maize. Irish potatoes are perfect for any meal. An old prayer celebrates the tubers as follows: “Potatoes served at breakfast, at dinner served again; potatoes served at supper, forever and Amen!” Here’s a great recipe for Irish Potato Casserole that’s perfect for breakfast, dinner or supper, forever and Amen!! IRISH POTATO CASSEROLE 1 1/2 pounds (4 to 5 medium) Irish potatoes, peeled and diced 2 teaspoons salt 4 tablespoons butter, plus 1 teaspoon for greasing casserole dish 1/4 cup dried breadcrumbs 2 tablespoons flour 1 1/2 teaspoons black pepper 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 2 cups milk 2 hard-boiled eggs, peeled and sliced 1/2 small onion, finely diced

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1. Heat oven to 350 F. Place potatoes in a large saucepan and cover them with cold water. Add a teaspoon of salt and bring potatoes to a boil. Reduce heat to low. Cook for 20 minutes or until potatoes are tender when a fork is inserted in the center. Carefully drain off water and set potatoes aside. 2. In a medium saucepan over medium-high heat, melt the butter. Place breadcrumbs in a small bowl. Add two tablespoons of the melted butter to the breadcrumbs; mix well and set aside. Reserve the rest of the butter in the saucepan. 3. Stir in flour, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon pepper and the nutmeg into the butter in the saucepan. Cook until mixture starts to bubble around the edges, about 2 to 3 minutes. Add milk, a little at a time, stirring well after each addition. Cook, stirring constantly, until the sauce thickens, about 2 to 3 minutes. 4. Use the remaining teaspoon of butter to grease a 1 1/2 quart casserole dish. Combine potatoes, hard-boiled eggs, onion and remaining salt and pepper in the casserole dish. Add sauce and gently mix the ingredients together until wellcombined. 5. Sprinkle buttered breadcrumbs over the casserole. Bake for 30 minutes or until bubbly around the edges and the breadcrumbs are brown. Serve immediately. Makes 4 servings. *** Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children’s author, culinary historian and the author of seven cookbooks. Her new cookbook is “The Kitchen Diva’s Diabetic Cookbook.” Her website is www.divapro.com. To see how-to videos, recipes and much, much more, Like Angela Shelf Medearis, The Kitchen Diva! on Facebook. Recipes may not be reprinted without permission from Angela Shelf Medearis.

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TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH In hydration game, coffee counts DEAR DR. ROACH: I drink a lot of coffee, about 80 ounces per day. I feel no ill effects and have no stomach discomfort, but my wife says water is better. A kidney specialist basically said, “fluid is fluid” and that as long as I am hydrated, coffee is fine. With studies showing that coffee has antioxidants and reduces certain cancers, what should I do? -- M.K. ANSWER: People with long memories may recall that in the early 1980s, coffee was linked to an increased risk of pancreatic cancer. However, the study has become a textbook example of poor design, and further studies have suggested that coffee drinking may be associated with lower risk of breast, prostate and oral cancers. I wouldn’t recommend drinking coffee just for this reason, as the effect size, if it really exists, is pretty small.

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Keith Roach, M.D. As far as hydration goes, your kidney specialist is completely right. The caffeine in regular coffee is perceived as a diuretic (a substance that makes you urinate excessively), but that turns out to be myth as well, at least in regular coffee drinkers. One potential ill effect of caffeine is that it minimally decreases calcium absorption. However, this amounts to the equivalent of calcium in a tablespoon or two of milk, so it is unlikely to affect

overall calcium balance significantly. Eighty ounces of coffee is a lot of caffeine, and some people will get jittery or have sleep disturbances. It also can have variable effects on gut motility (that’s a delicate way of saying that it commonly causes diarrhea, but it also can cause constipation). All that said, if you aren’t having any ill effects from drinking so much coffee, coffee is fine -- though I still think that, as your wife says, water is better for many people. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med. cornell.edu. (c) 2019 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

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THIS WEEK IN MARCH * On March 15, 44 BC, Julius Caesar, dictator of Rome, is stabbed to death in the Roman Senate house by 60 conspirators led by Brutus and Cassius, who believed that his death would lead to the restoration of the Roman Republic. * On March 16, 1751, James Madison, author of the Federalist Papers and fourth president of the United States, is born in Virginia. Madison is best remembered for his critical role in the Constitutional Convention of 1787, where he oversaw the drafting of the final Constitution. * On March 17, 1776, British forces are forced to evacuate Boston following Gen. George Washington’s successful placement of fortifications and cannons on Dorchester Heights. Realizing their position was now indefensible, 11,000 British troops sailed to the safety of Halifax, Nova Scotia. * On March 14, 1919, Max Brand, perhaps the most prolific writer of Western stories, publishes his first novel, “The Untamed.” Max Brand was one of 21 pen names used by author

Frederick Faust. Unlike many Western authors, Faust made no pretense to historical accuracy in his works. * On March 13, 1969, “The Love Bug,” a movie about the adventures of a Volkswagen Beetle named Herbie, opens in theaters. The Walt Disney film, based on the 1961 book “Car, Boy, Girl” by Gordon Buford, spawned four spinoffs. * On March 12, 1972, the last remnants of the First Australian Task Force withdraw from Vietnam. The Australian government had first sent troops to Vietnam in 1964 and by 1969, their forces totaled an estimated 6,600 personnel. * On March 11, 1990, Lithuania becomes the first Soviet republic to proclaim its independence from the USSR. The Soviet government responded by imposing an oil embargo and economic blockade against the Baltic republic, and later sent troops. Lithuania would gain its independence in September 1991. (c) 2019 Hearst Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved


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TODAY’S FAMILY TWO MINUTES WITH THE BIBLE A Daily Devotion from the Berean Bible Society by Cornelius R. Stam

A saying that shouldn’t go without saying “This is a faithful saying…that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners…” (I Timothy 1:15). You’ve probably heard the old saying, “Don’t criticize a man until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes.” I once heard a comedian add, “That way when you do criticize him, you’re a mile away, and you’ve got his shoes!” While this addition makes that a humorous saying, “Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners” is a faithful saying. That means if you’re a sinner needing a Savior, you can depend on the fact that Christ came to save you, no matter who you are or what you’ve done. Don’t you wish all old sayings were that dependable? They say, “You get what you pay for,” but I don’t have to tell you that sometimes you don’t. But even under God’s kingdom program for Israel, the Lord declared, “They that be whole need not a physician, but they that are sick…I am not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance” (Matthew 9:12,13). I’m barely old enough to remember when doctors made house calls, and my doctor once came to our home to treat my asthma. Of course, he wouldn’t have come if I hadn’t needed medical attention. Similarly, Christ wouldn’t have come into the world to save sinners if men didn’t need salvation. But if you’re not saved, and are unwilling to admit you’re a sinner, you’re in trouble, for that would mean that Christ didn’t come to save you! If you’re willing to acknowledge that “all have sinned” (Rom. 3:23), but you think yourself to be pretty godly overall, you’re still in trouble, for “Christ died for the ungodly” (Rom. 5:6). If that forces you to concede you are an ungodly sinner, but you think you and God are still on good terms, you are still in trouble, for you must admit to being among His “enemies” if you want to be “reconciled to God by the death of His Son…” (Rom. 5:10). But don’t be discouraged, all of this is actually good news! What if Paul had said, “Christ Jesus came into the world to save tall people,” and you are “vertically challenged.” You can’t admit to being tall, but you can admit to being a sinner. Why not admit it right now, and believe that Christ died to pay for your sins, and rose again (I Corinthians 15:3,4). If you’re saved, why not repeat this old saying to someone today! “Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners” is not a saying that should go without saying! © 2019 Berean Bible Society

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY Young man loses his way, worries family with his behavior Q: A young man in our extended family seems to have lost his way in life; he’s behaving in ways that are completely foreign to our values. I’d rather not say more. Still, this situation grieves me deeply, and I’m wondering if you have any advice. Jim: This is a difficult scenario that many families encounter. I’d suggest you not give up on your loved one -- you never know when a seed may take root and bloom. Let me share a story as an example. In the mid-1960s, an archaeological dig in Israel revealed a cache of date palm seeds nearly 2,000 years old. Most experts logically assumed that, having lain dormant for so long in such an arid climate, the seeds were dead and useless except for their historic value. But then some professors at a Jerusalem university were given a few of the seeds to conduct scientific experiments. Surprisingly, the seeds germinated soon after being planted. In fact, within a few years, the date palm tree they produced was thriving and stood nearly 8 feet tall. That’s a powerful reminder for families with a loved one who’s gone astray. When someone’s life seems barren and directionless, it can feel as if their circumstances will never improve. But our lives are often like that desert seed that blossomed into a beautiful tree against all expectations. Even when it seems like nothing is happening, you never know what potential may already be stirring inside someone’s heart. Obviously, we can’t be naive when

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Focus on the Family a loved one is making poor choices. Wisely enforcing appropriate boundaries is important. But through it all, we have to remain hopeful that a wonderful transformation could be underway. And I can’t overemphasize the importance of praying for our loved ones and letting God work in their lives in His timing. Q: Our kids are usually honest, but sometimes we catch them saying something that’s not true. We’ve always taught them to tell the truth. So far this hasn’t been a big deal, but I’m concerned. What can we do? Danny Huerta, Vice President, Parenting and Youth: Your kids are human! It sounds like you’ve taught them well, but it’s not unusual for children to stretch the truth, exaggerate and even flat-out lie. Of course, that’s pervasive in our culture -- some studies indicate that people in general are dishonest in one out of every five (20

percent) of their daily interactions. And, of course, we’re misled constantly through advertisements, social media, etc. So how do you know if your child’s fibs are “normal” or part of a bigger problem? It’s important to determine why your child has decided to lie, and then consistently lead him or her back to the fact that truth fosters trustworthy connections and relationships. Kids generally don’t lie to hurt others. Usually, they are trying to manage emotions such as fear, anxiety, insecurity, desire, anger, selfishness, etc. In short, dishonesty is about trying to get control of something. As parents, our challenge is to guide our children to healthier ways of managing these feelings. The goal is to help them learn self-reflection and self-awareness about what they’re trying to control, why they’re concerned about it, and how to accept and adjust to things that are out of their control. If lying is becoming or has become a real pattern with your kids, there’s no shame in asking for professional assistance. You may need to work with a trained therapist to sort out what is driving your child’s need for dishonesty and equip them to pursue honesty. We can help. To speak with one of our counselors, or to find one in your area, call us at 855-771-HELP (4357). Or visit FocusOnTheFamily.com for more information.

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 2019 FOCUS ON THE FAMILY, COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80995

DAVE SAYS Play it smart Dear Dave, Recently, the garage where I worked for a long time went out of business. I have a lot of my own tools, and I was thinking about taking out a loan of around $20,000 to buy a few extra tools I need to open my own garage. It’s always been a dream of mine to have my own shop, and this seems like the perfect opportunity. What do you think? Rick Dear Rick, I love it when a person has the talent and drive to open their own business, but right now you’re unemployed and looking at going into debt. That’s a bad idea. You’ll never hear me recommend going

with

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into debt to start a business. Did you know most new businesses fail within the first

five years due to debt payments? I literally started my company on a card table in my own living room years ago, so I know for a fact you can launch a business without going into debt. You said you have your own tools, plus you have lots of experience. My advice is to find a place that needs a good mechanic. Then, use the income from a new job to save up for the additional tools you need, and other startup costs associated with opening your own shop. If you play this smart and start slow, you could have a thriving business on your hands in a few years and no debt to eat up the money you make! —Dave

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Dear Dave, I opened a credit card account with a boyfriend several months ago in both of our names. We’re no longer dating, and I was wondering if I can get my name off the account. Melody Dear Melody, Yes, you can. Call the credit card

company right now, and tell them to take your name off the account immediately. Find out if there’s a balance on the card. If there is, and it was charged up while your name was on the account, you’ll still be liable for that amount. They won’t release you from responsibility for those purchases, but you can get off the hook for any future charges. Then, send them a certified letter—

return receipt requested—stating that you are no longer liable for additional charges on the card going forward. It wouldn’t be a bad idea to call them again in a few days to make sure they got the letter, too. You’re learning a hard lesson here, Melody. You should never open any kind of joint account with someone when you’re not married. And stop using credit cards! —Dave

* Dave Ramsey is CEO of Ramsey Solutions. He has authored seven best-selling books, including The Total Money Makeover. The Dave Ramsey Show is heard by more than 14 million listeners each week on 600 radio stations and multiple digital platforms. Follow Dave on the web at daveramsey.com and on Twitter at @DaveRamsey.

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Home Improvement Topic: Have your most restful bedroom! (Menards) Bedrooms are an extension of daily life. With stacks of magazines, bills to pay, too many electronics, it’s no wonder so many people have trouble sleeping. Now it’s time to reclaim your space and turn your bedroom into a relaxing place to escape chaos. Here’s how: • Double up window treatments Shades and thick drapes are the perfect combination to block light and insulate. Blackout curtains will reduce noise from the outdoors. • Pick peaceful colors Along with paint, choose lin-

ens, pillows and throws in restful shades such as grays, pale blues, aquas and greens. • Personalize your bed Choose a mattress that feels most comfortable to you. For sheets, the higher the thread count the silkier they feel, but also the more wrinkled they can get. • Perfect your pillows It’s all about what you like what will improve your sleep such as cooling, memory foam, anti-allergy, down body pillows or others. If you have sleep apnea, look for pillows that keep your head elevated. • Decorate to inspire

Hang items on walls that inspire and bring you to a calm place. Try a collage frame of family photos or a piece of framed art, something that will help you feel at ease and content. • Declutter your space When everything is in its proper place, a room feels more restful. Invest in organizing baskets and other space-saving tools. Tidy up and you’ll find it easier to relax later. • Evict tech toys Noise and light are the biggest sleep disruptors. Keep electronics like TVs, tablets, laptops and smartphones out of the bedroom. Courtesy of Menards

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