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2006 MITSUBISHI GALANT FRONT-WHEEL DRIVE, RED, V-6,157K, #15500C WAS $5,999

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2014 CHEVROLET TRAVERSE SUV, FRONT-WHEEL DRIVE, V-6 CYL 132K, #15327A WAS $13,999

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USED 2017 FORESTER RIVER SHASTA OASIS TRAVEL TRAILER #15885A

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If you've looked around the craft beer aisle lately, you’ll notice an ‘uncanny’ trend that makes the bottle purists scratch their heads. A few years ago, your favorite craft beer almost always came in bottles; and yet , it seems that everyone has suddenly taken to canning their beer. Why the sudden change? Weren’t cans exclusively reserved for inexpensive light macro lagers? As it turns out, canning beer has a long history and has undergone numerous changes over the last century. And believe it or not, there are actual benefits to canning beer versus bottling, regardless of the folks who claim that “bottled beer just tastes better.” We know bottled beer has been around for centuries - people were writing about it more than 400 years ago! Canned beer on the other hand, wasn’t commercialized until 1935 (it would have been sooner if it weren't for prohibition beginning in 1920.) In November 1933, Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company of Newark, NJ signed a contract with American Can Company, who promised to build a temporary canning line in the brewery and even pay for the first batch of canned beer. By June 1934, one thousand lucky homes in Richmond, VA each received four cans of “Krueger’s Finest Beer” and were asked to rate the experience. 91% of the ratings were positive, with 85% responding that the canned ale tasted closer to draft beer than its bottled counterpart. By January 1935, Krueger’s Finest Beer & Krueger’s Cream Ale were officially in stores across Richmond. Original cans required a churchkey bottle opener (the classic ones with the sharp, curved edge used to puncture a hole in the top of the can.) Since then, the beer can has undergone numerous innovations. At one point,

beer cans actually were formatted to a cone shaped lid capped with a crown bottle cap in order to fit bottling lines (Thanks Schlitz!) In 1963 came the pull tab - similar to today’s pop tops, but pulling the ring would remove the entire lid of the beer can. This design was later improved and in 1975, Falls City Brewing of Louisville, Kentucky released the Stay Tab Style that we all know and love today and is found on almost every canned beverage on the shelves. So, what are the actual benefits of cans? Durability is by far the most obvious answer - think about what happens when you drop a beer can on the ground versus a bottle. Beer also has two enemies: light and oxygen. Lightstruck beer tastes skunky and oxidized beer tastes like wet cardboard. Cans prevent light from hitting the beer and the sealed lid prevents oxygen from entering the container (believe it or not, properly capped bottled beer can still leach trace amounts of oxygen into the bottle over time.) From a logistics standpoint, cans are lighter (this saves on shipping costs) and can be stacked higher during storage. So, overall it’s a win-win for cans the majority of the time, although there are certain styles of beer that do benefit from being bottled. More on that another time! For now, if you want the original canned Krueger Cream Ale experience, grab a six pack of Remedy Queen Bee Imperial Honey Cream Ale from your favorite retailer. It’s made with honey produced in state along with local hops grown in Sioux Falls! It’s a satisfyingly crisp, light ale with a hint of sweetness that will Cure What Ales You. From myself and the entire Remedy crew, stay well during these times and raise a can of beer to brighter skies ahead.

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The rise of craft breweries & niche wineries has caught the attention of aficionados. The Brewers Association says two breweries open per day in America and 3/4 of Americans of legal drinking age live within 10 miles of at least one brewery. Establishments have popped up in neighborhoods across the country, and many inspire a new crop of enthusiasts who want to try crafting their own brews and vintages at home. Home brewing has been around for centuries. In fact, both George Washington and Thomas Jefferson were home brewers. Home brewing has surged across the U.S. The American Homebrewers Association reported the number of U.S. homebrew shops peaked at 820 in 2016. As more people discover the ease and creativity involved, there's a strong chance more home brewers will be born. Anyone looking to jump into home brewing will find many resources. Brew shops are in many towns, and they can provide space, equipment and resources to help novice brewers get on track. For those who find local resources are limited, brewing supplies and advice can be located in abundance online. Retailers such as Good Spirits, for example, provide items that can be purchased a la carte or in specially designed beginner kits. As individuals become more experienced with brewing, they can vary the ingredients and experiment with their own flavors. Both beer and wine are fermented using yeast. There are many different varieties of yeast that perform well in beers and wines. Temperature and sanitation are very important to the brewing process. To ensure quality beverages, all items need to be thoroughly sanitized to prevent natural yeasts and contaminants from impacting taste. Ambient temperature can influence how fast the product will ferment and the final flavor. Brewing wine or beer at home can be a rewarding hobby. People can learn how to turn ingredients into flavorful alcoholic beverages, socialize with others who share the same interests and produce beverages that align with their individual tastes.

Curbside Service Now Available Boy, life just got really tough for a lot of people! As we all get used to a new normal and the term “social distancing” becomes our reality, there are small business owners trying to stay afloat, keep the lights on and keep folks employed. So, we have to great creative to do all of that and keep everyone safe. GoodSpirits Fine Wine & Liquor has worked extra hard keeping our stores clean and sanitized. Several of our food service items in our C-Store have been discontinued until further notice and our employees are wearing gloves and washing hands very, very frequently. We are not shortening our hours yet, but we have made a few changes to make shopping easier and safer for everyone. Curbside service is now available at our store and will continue while we battle this pandemic. We do not have an on-line inventory list but we do have staff manning the phones to answer any questions and basically help you virtually shop our store. From 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. our staff will take your order, get it ready for you and bring it to your car where we will swipe your credit card at your car window. We just ask that you give a minimum of 30 minutes to pull your order for you. So, call our store at 339-1500 or email us at heather@gsfw.com to let us know what you need. We will pack up beer, wine, liquor, home-brewing and wine making supplies, growlers of beer even chips and candy bars if you so please for curbside service. Once you have arrived at the store, we ask that you call our number again and let us know you are here and a description of your vehicle. The system may not be perfect, but we will do our best to make it as painless as possible! For those wanting to come to the store and shop, we would love to see you. Our small footprint allows us an advantage in sanitizing and cleaning. We also are taking special orders if you choose to stock your favorite products and watch our Facebook page for special case buys on spirits and wine in the upcoming days. We are getting very good at customer service from six feet away!

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On the gas station side of our business we also want everyone to be aware that we have the latest in credit card EMV security installed at each pump. I know some people are very wary of using their credit cards at gas pumps, but our security is topnotch and is honestly the most up-to-date in the city as we’ve been working with Sinclair Oil Company, our branding partner, in the last two weeks to put the new system to work. Gas stations and other businesses are required to be compliant to industry standards by October 2020 or lose the ability to take credit cards and we already are compliant. So social distancing when you are buying gas won’t jeopardize your credit accounts and we are santizing pump handles hourly. Thank you for supporting your small local businesses. We know it is easy to one-stop-shop at those big box stores, but we would like you to think of supporting your locally owned businesses during this time of crisis. Stay safe, be healthy and wash your hands! By Heather Taylor


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Melvin L. Hofer Melvin L. Hofer died March 4. Funeral at Hutterthal Mennonite Church, Freeman, March 9, 10:30 AM. Visitation March 8, 5-7PM Church, Freeman. walterfuneralhomes.com Savayah Pettengill Savayah Jean Pettengill, infant, died March 5. Visitation 3-5 PM March 8, at Central Church. Funeral 10:30 AM March 9, at Church. Burial 2 PM March 9 Sun Prairie Baptist Church, rural Salem. heritagesfsd.com Robert A. Taylor Robert A. Taylor, 80, died March 6, 2020. Memorial mass was 10:30AM March 13, at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Miller. Visitation was March 12, at Heritage FH 5-7PM with wake service at 5PM. heritagesfsd.com Frances Konrad Frances Konrad, 87, died March 6, 2020. Funeral was March 12, at 10:30 AM at Faith Lutheran, Parkston. Visitation was March 11, 5-7 PM; 6:30 PM prayer service at Faith Lutheran in Parkston. Koehn Bros. FH, Parkston. Gerry Robert Pasco Gerry Robert Pasco, 77, died March 3, 2020. Celebration of Life was March 14, 2-5PM at Anderson Jones Corcoran FH, Harrisburg. harrisburgchapel.com William Michael Bruns William "Bill" Michael Bruns, 52, died March 6. Funeral at 10 AM March 13, at George Boom FH & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls. Visitation March 12, 5-7 PM. georgeboom.com

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Mark Birks Mark Birks, 61, died March 8, 2020. Funeral services were at 11:00 AM, Friday, March 13, 2020, at Peace Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls. Visitation 5-7PM, March 12 at church. georgeboom.com Harold Hofman Harold E. Hofman, 81, died March 9, 2020. Funeral services at 2PM Fri., Mar. 13, 2020 at Emmanuel Lutheran, Beresford. Visitation 4-8PM Mar. 12 at Wass FH, Beresford 5-7PM. wassfuneralhome.com

James Wrage James O. Wrage, 91, died March 5. Memorial service at 10AM March 16, at United Methodist, Colton. Memorial visitation was 4-6PM March 15, at Minnehaha Funeral Chapel, Colton. minnehahafuneralhome.com John "Jack" McMunigal John "Jack" Linus McMunigal died March 6, 2020. Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30AM March 14, at St. Lambert Catholic. Visitation March 13, 5-7PM at George Boom FH & On-Site Crematory. georgeboom.com Teresa Jo Benson Teresa Jo Benson, 71, died March 8, 2020. Mass of Christian Burial at 11AM March 13, at St. Joseph the Workman Catholic Church, Huntimer, rural Colton. Visitation 5-7PM March 12, 2020 at church. Interment in Benton Lutheran Cemetery, rural Crooks. minnehahafuneralhome.com Dr. Milton Hanson Milton Paul Hanson died March 8, 2020. Services were March 13, 10:30AM at Our Savior's Lutheran, Sioux Falls. Memorial visitation was March 12, 4-6PM in Rose Room at Dow Rummel Village. millerfh.com Ida Fossum Ida Fossum, 95, died Mar. 8. Services at 1:30PM Mar. 13 at West Prairie Lutheran, rural Lennox. Visitation 5-7PM Mar. 12. dindotklusmann.com

Joseph Leo Pape, Sr. Catholic service on April 24, 2020, 9:30 AM at St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Buckley, WA. Interment at 12:30 PM at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent, WA.

Elnore Johnson Elnore M. Johnson, 98, died March 8. Funeral services 1PM March 17, at First Lutheran, Brookings. Visitation 5-7PM March 16, at Rude's FH, Brookings. rudesfuneralhome.com

Craig Reiners Craig Reiners, 47, died Feb. 18. Celebration of Life gathering March 15 from 2-5 PM at Big J's in Humboldt. Weiland Funeral Chapel, Madison.

Dick Knock Dick Knock, 77, died Mar. 6. Services 2PM Mar. 21 at FH, Lennox. Visitation at FH 1 hr. prior. dindotklusmann.com

Ann Hill Ann E. Hill, 68, died March 8, 2020. Memorial service 2PM April 25, 2020, at George Boom FH & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls. Visitation 1PM. LeRoy Lawrence Reiter LeRoy Lawrence Reiter, 86, died March 11, 2020. Visitation was March 13, 5 PM at Barnett-Lewis FH; Memorial Service 7PM. barnett-lewis.com Fred G. Stauffacher Fred G. Stauffacher died March 4, 2020. Funeral at 11AM March 17, at Our Saviors Lutheran, Sioux Falls. Burial in Pleasant View Cemetery, Harrisburg. Visitation 5-7PM March 16, at Heritage FH. heritagesfsd.com Richard L. Harr Richard Lee Harr, 85, died March 11, 2020. Mass of Christian burial 10:30 AM March 16, St. Lambert Catholic, Sioux Falls. Visitation March 15, at George Boom FH& On-Site Crematory, 2-4PM. georgeboom.com

Roger Schlotfeldt Roger Schlotfeldt, 86, died March 1. Mass of Christian Burial 10:30AM March 21, St. Mary's Catholic, Larchwood, IA. Burial with military rites at St. Mary's Cem. Visitation 5-7PM March 20. porterfuneralhomes.com. Patricia Ann Matthews Memorial Services will be held 11AM May 2, 2020, at The Church of the Good Shepherd, Sioux Falls. The family will be present one hour prior to the service. millerfh.com James Ahlers James "Jim" Robert Ahlers, 60, died March 10, 2020. Memorial visitation has been postponed. His family will have a public gathering once the pandemic has passed. georgeboom.com Shirley Van Raam Shirley Van Raam, 83, died Mar. 11. Service 1:30 PM Mar. 16, at Dindot-Klusmann FH, Lennox. Visitation 1 hour prior. dindotklusmann.com

Bruce Flint Bruce Flint, 75, died March 11, 2020. Visitation 2-4PM, March 15, 2020, at Miller S. Chapel, 7400 S. Minnesota Ave. Service 1 PM March 16, 2020, at Miller Southside Chapel. millerfh.com

Dr. Joseph W. Erickson Dr. Joseph Wayne Erickson, 99, died March 12. Funeral Mass was 2PM March 16 at St. Lambert Catholic. Visitation 3PM March 15, at George Boom FH & On-Site Crematory, family present 3-5PM. georgeboom.com

Theodore Pins, Jr. Theodore J. Pins, Jr. "Ted," 83, died March 11, 2020. Funeral Mass 10AM March 16, at Cathedral of St. Joseph. Visitation 4-6PM March 15, 2020 at Miller FH - DT. Interment St. Michael Catholic Cemetery. MillerFH.com

Lorraine Storm Lorraine Anna Storm, 96, died March 12, 2020. Private, family funeral service was March 16, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Mitchell. Burial at St. John Lutheran, rural Dimock. bittnerfuneralchapel.com.

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) An unexpected problem should be handled as quickly as possible so that it doesn’t cause too much of a delay. Someone who knows what you’re facing could provide needed advice. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) An unsettling situation seems to be taking forever to be resolved. Fortunately, your Bovine aptitude for patience is strong this week, so you’ll be more than able to wait it out. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Taking a stand against an uncalled-for situation involving a friend or co-worker isn’t easy, but somehow you’ll rise to the challenge and do it. Rely on advice from someone you trust. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) There are still some questions on all sides that need to be dealt with in order to allow hurt feelings to heal. Get your workplace tasks done early so that you can devote more time to loved ones. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Consider a new spring makeover that will show all you Leos and Leonas in your best light. A new hairdo and some fashionable new clothes can help put a fresh glow on your image. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Some stormy, emotional weather can blow up in the workplace when an irate co-worker has strong words for you. But if you believe right is on your side, you’ll be able to ride it out.

LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Creating more balance in your life is especially important now so that you’re not distracted when you get into projects that will make demands on both your physical and mental energies. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) As much as you enjoy being right when others are not, show your generous side by offering to use what you know to everyone’s benefit. This way, you gain admirers and avoid resentment. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) This is a good week for the Archer to aim at healing relationships. Whether it’s at home, at work or among your friends, get everyone to set things straight and make a fresh start. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Although you like things done your way, this is a good time to listen to ideas from others. You might even find yourself agreeing with one or more of their suggestions. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Aspects favor positive action to reclaim your ideas from someone who might want the glory without doing any of the work. Expect to find many people rallying to support you. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) You might feel uneasy about taking that step forward at work or in your private life. But who knows better than you that while treading water keeps you afloat, it doesn’t get you anywhere. BORN THIS WEEK: You have a way of creating positive attitudes and making people feel good about themselves.

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Could this sign date from 1889? In small letters at the bottom it says: “Over fifty years on the market,” and Uncle Sam and Miss Liberty look Victorian. Is it 50 years from the founding of Kirk & Co.? Or 50 years from the 1930s Proctor & Gamble ownership, in which case, the sign was made in 1980.

The large, cardboard American Family Soap poster offered at a Morford auction in upstate New York brought $1,652. It was a bright-yellow “sofasized” picture of Uncle Sam and Lady Liberty with the slogan, “It is cheaper to buy good soap than new clothes. Every atom cleanses.” American Family Soap was made by James Kirk & Co., a firm that started in 1839. It was purchased in 1930 by Proctor & Gamble, which made the American Family brand for the hard water of the Midwest. They

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Focus on the Family humor styles have to be developed within the context of family interaction. Each member of the household should be allowed and encouraged to be funny in his or her own way. As I said, genuine humor can't be contrived. It thrives on contrast and surprise. That's why it's at its best when it arises indirectly out of unexpected (and maybe even unsettling) situations. So, one way of promoting healthy humor is simply encouraging your family to try new things. For example, you might invent some family activities that are designed to shake things up and throw people off balance. Just make sure that this happens in safe, healthy and creative ways. And, incidentally, set all the electronic devices aside, especially phones.

Playing games is probably the most obvious option. Charades, Guesstures -games that involve imitating different kinds of animals, musical chairs, movementoriented games -- these are all opportunities for both children and adults to have a good time laughing together. Depending on the age of the kids, it might also be fun to do something completely unplanned and totally out of character. You could stage an impromptu opera in the living room or take everyone to the movies in their pajamas. If you have the courage to try it, I'll predict that all kinds of funny things will happen along the way. Another idea would involve organizing a family humor night. Assign each of the kids to bring something funny to the table. It could be anything: a joke, a picture, a story from a book or an anecdote about something that happened at school. After sharing some laughs together, give each family member a chance to talk about his or her contribution. Ask them how they chose their material. Find out why they think it's so hilarious. This will give everyone, Mom and Dad included, a chance to get inside each other's heads. It's also a good way for everyone to become better acquainted with different styles of humor. Finally, here's a general rule of thumb: if you're laughing WITH someone, it's more apt to be healthy humor. If you're laughing AT someone, you may want to rethink things.

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Protecting your assets Dear Dave, We live in Colorado, and we need some advice on protecting our assets. My wife is a teacher, and I’m a nurse. We make around $180,000 a year combined, and we’re set to pay off our home next month. We also have two teenagers who are both driving, so we were wondering about the best way to protect everything if one of them has an accident and we get sued, or something else tragic happens. Spencer

Dear Spencer, With your income, and the stage you’re in when it comes to wealth building, I think it’s time to add an umbrella policy. This is a liability policy, and you could probably buy an extra million in liability coverage for around $250 a year. It attaches to the liability policy that’s already part of your homeowners and car insurance. With a couple of teenage drivers in the house it might run a little more than $250, but I wouldn’t think it would be much more,

if any. It would just add an extra million to the mix, just in case someone decided they were going to come after you because of a bad situation. As you continue building wealth later, like if you get into real estate and start buying rental properties, make sure you put those in a limited liability company (LLC). You’re not there quite yet, but it’s always a good idea to plan ahead and do whatever you can to keep the size of the target on your back relatively small. —Dave

Control your own destiny Dear Dave, I have a pension plan that will pay me 80 percent of my top three highest years’ income. Should I continue to invest 15 percent towards retirement? I will top out at $79,000 yearly, and I plan on retiring in 28 years. Jordan Dear Jordan, You should always put 15 percent of your income into retirement once you reach Baby

Step 4. I would never count on a pension as my only retirement income, because the truth is many pension funds are very poorly managed. You’ll probably get the pension when the time comes. I’m not predicting it will go broke or anything like that, but there’s no way I would leave the financial state of my retirement in other people’s hands. That’s exactly what you’re doing when your plan is to count

on a pension or Social Security. With Roth IRAs, 401(k)s and so forth, you’re building wealth that you control. You have to control the controllable, Jordan. There are plenty of things in our lives we have no control over whatsoever, but you have to take charge of the stuff you can control in order to win. Building wealth is one of those things! —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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