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1. GEOGRAPHY: Which U.S. state has the most miles of rivers? 2. LITERATURE: Who was the author of “The Hundred and One Dalmatians”? 3. ANATOMY: What is the common term for the axilla? 4. LANGUAGE: What is the international radio code word for the letter “P”? 5. MUSIC: How many symphonies did Beethoven compose? 6. SPORTS: How many players are on a cricket team? 7. COMICS: Which comic strip features characters named Jeremy, Hector and Sara? 8. TELEVISION: What is the color of Mr. Spock’s blood on the “Star Trek” series? 9. MEASUREMENTS: What is a ligne and what does it measure? 10. FOOD & DRINK: What is the name of a tea named after a 1830s British prime minister? Answers 1. Nebraska for answers: check out 2. Dodie Smith the rest of the shopper! 3. Armpit 4. Papa 5. Nine 6. 11 7. “Zits” 8. Green 9. A French unit of length used to size watches, buttons and hats 10. Earl Grey

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1. Since records started being kept in 1988, which major-league batter holds the mark for most pitches faced in one at-bat? 2. Name the last National League team before the 2018 Arizona Diamondbacks to win at least nine consecutive series to start a season. 3. How many times have the New England Patriots won 13 or more games in a season, and how many of those times was the head coach Bill Belichick? 4. Wofford College’s Fletcher Magee became the all-time leader in career 3-pointers made (509) for Division I men’s basketball in the 2018-19 season. Who had held the mark? 5. Who was the last NHL player before Tampa Bay’s Nikita Kucherov in the 2018-19 campaign to have at least 128 points for the season? 6. Who was the first Major League Soccer goaltender to reach 200 career wins? 7. Name the last horse to win the Preakness and Belmont Triple Crown races after not winning the Kentucky Derby. Answers 1. San Francisco’s Brandon Belt faced 21 pitches in an at-bat in 2018.


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a crease under the windows, a huge front grill, bulging fenders and some kind of carved out doors, like your Cherokee has. Eventually, this trend will get out of hand, and some carmaker will buck the trend and make an old-fashioned, slab-sided car that sells like crazy. Then everyone else will go back to slabs. This is as inevitable as watching jacket lapels widen and thin, or watching your grandmother’s ugly furniture and wall coloring show up on a trendy magazine cover at the supermarket. I don’t think it has anything to do with aerodynamics. It’s possible a “scooped out” door may have an effect on the handling of a Lamborghini when it’s going 170 miles an hour. But it’s not going to change anything on a Jeep Cherokee doing 70 on the highway. So, if the only downside is the mud splattering, Sam, you need to go back to your dealer and buy the official Jeep door-handle mud rag for $39.95. Don’t worry; your next Jeep Cherokee will look different. Got a question about cars?

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MOTOR MOUTHS Aric Almirola 640 9. Aric Almirola PODCAST Ryan Blaney 633 10. Ryan 633 G OD W I NBlaney ’S PICKS F O R M I C H I G A N That’s it, no more right 2. Emotions building Alex Bowman 623 11. Alex Bowman 623 turns until late September! William12. Byron 604 William Byron 604 WINNER: Clint Bowyer There was poking and elbowing throughout Is that good or bad? Erik Jones 598 13. Erik Jones REST OF TOP 5: Kurt Busch, the598 field at Watkins Glen. The most flagrant Joey Logano, Erik Jones, Chase foul was thrown by Bubba Wallace, who used online at Kyle Larson 590 14.Tune KyleinLarson 590 Elliott his No. 43 Chevy to turn Kyle Busch’s No. 18 www.news-journalonline. Clint Bowyer 556 15. Clint Bowyer 556 FIRST ONE OUT: Jimmie Toyota. Jimmie Johnson and Ryan Blaney had com/daytonamotormouths Jimmie Johnson Johnson 544 16. Jimmie Johnson 544 company 1.a Good dust-up, too. Johnson vowed vengeance. DARK HORSE: Daniel Suarez Ryan Newman 544 16. Ryan Newman 544 Chase Elliott mill became only the fifth driver DON’T BE SURPRISED IF: 3. 521 Rumor DanielJohnson Suarez 18. Daniel Suarez Jimmie (48) heads into Turn 1521 during a practice session at Watkins Glen last to win back-to-back races at Watkins Bowyer lifts himself out of the weekend. Johnson isMenard fighting to make 483 the NASCAR playoffs. [AP/JOHN MUNSON] Paul Menard 19. Paul Glen, joining the ranks NASCAR of one weekly bubble scrum and gets Oh,483 boy. NASCAR Silly of Season hasHall a good Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 20.playoff Rickyticket. Stenhouse Jr. 466 466 Fame drivers Mark Martin, Jeff Gordon his brewing. It seems Matt DiBenedetto could and Tonyplayoff Stewart, plus Marcos Ambrose. 1. Thin oxygen dreaded bubble. Clint Bowyer

finishes strong this year and dashes out 11. Alex Bowman 623 of the gate next season. Seems unlikely, 12. William Byron 604 frankly, at this point. 13. Erik Jones 598 14. Kyle Larson 590 Ken Willis, ken.willis@news-jrnl.com 15. Clint Bowyer 556 16. Jimmie Johnson 544 16. Ryan Newman 544 U EDaniel S NTA S NDINGS N A SQ CA CT UIPO S 18.R Suarez 521 & 19. AT T I Menard TUDE Paul 483 1. Kyle Busch 851 466 20. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 2. JoeyCompelling Logano 838 questions ... and maybe 3. Kevin Harvick 777 a few actual answers 4. Denny W Hamlin 771 H AT ’ S O N TA P 5. Martin(All Truex Jr. Eastern) times Whew! All is well with Chase,753 6. Brad Keselowski 728 right? 7. Kurt Busch 679 CUP SERIES: Consumers Energy 400 8. Chase SITE: ElliottMichigan International Speed676 so fast. Sure, you don’t get640 9. AricNot Almirola way (2-mile oval) much more dominant than that: 10. Ryan Blaney 633 SCHEDULE: Friday, practice (NBC Winning the pole and then, for the 11. Alex Bowman 623 Sports Network, 12:30 p.m.), qualisecond straight year, winning at 12. William Byron 604 fying (NBCSN, 5 p.m.). Saturday, Glen, where are 13. ErikWatkins Jones 598 practice (NBC Sportsdrivers Network, 8:30 14. Kyle Larson 590 a.m.).beyond Sunday,what race their (NBCSN, coverage tested equip15. Clint Bowyer 556 begins at 2:30 But p.m.,man, green flag, 3 p.m.) ment provides. it’s hard 16. Jimmie Johnson 544 to overlook the seven-race slump 16. Ryan Newman XFINITY: B&LChase’s Transport 170on 544 that preceded win 18. DanielSITE: Suarez 521 Sports Car Course Sunday.Mid-Ohio The variety of tracks over 19. Paul Menard 483 (2.4-mile road course) the next four weeks should give 20. Ricky SCHEDULE: Stenhouse Jr. 466 Saturday, race (NBC us an idea of his championship Sports Network, 3 p.m.)

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Has NASCAR racing finally fallen in step be the odd man out if Joe Gibbs decides to with other top professional sports as viability. call up Christopher Bell to the Cup Series. far as fighting age of the toplife,” athletes? Most said of W H AT GANDER ’S ON TA P “I’m for my DiBenedetto CorUESTIONS and Newman. Emotions areOUTDOORS on the rise TRUCKS: Q What, Jimmie hinting at the races won this season have gone to (All times Eastern) Sunday. “I hope I can stay with this team.among I rigan & AT T I T U D E drivers trying toOil get200 into the drivers 40for and under. Jimmie Johnson postseason. retirement? hope it’s a long time.” SITE: Michigan International is currently reading the tea leaves as CUP SERIES: Consumers Energy 400 Compelling questio Speedway 2. Ford country few actual answe SITE: Michigan International Speedway Godwin Kelly, godwin.kelly@news-jrnl. SCHEDULE: racea(Fox ForTV the first time,Saturday, he suggested he ponders his future. Johnson turns 44 (2-mile oval) com Sports 1 p.m.) last week1,that he’ll have a decision next month and has one year left on his Michigan International Speedway has Whew! All is wel SCHEDULE: Friday, practice (NBC Sports to make after next season, “when contract. “If you feel like you’re not comright? become an intramural slugfest between Gordon three Network, 12:30 p.m.), qualifying (NBCSN, my runs isMartin 15th inand points butactually only 12won above 16th petitive, it’s time to walk away,” he said. two Ford teams — contract Team Penske andout.” Well, not M O2T0O1R OP UT straight. That’s pretty good company. 5 p.m.). Saturday, practice (NBC 9M CU SH ES R I E S S C H E Dplace, U L E where (Denny Hamlin) June 23: Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Aug. 17: Bass Pro Shops NRA Sports Night Not Race soat fast. Sure, Stewart-Haas Racing. Their drivers With only four regular-season races exactly. Given the have nature of auto Jimmie Johnson and Ryan H AT ’ SPW OH AT ’TS NR STA P O DN C A SW Network, 8:30 a.m.). Sunday, A N DTA IP NO NE April 7: Food City 500 at Bristol (Kyle (Martin Truex Jr.) Bristol much more domin combined to win the past three Michi- race (NBCSN, Godwin Kelly, godwin. left on the schedule, the air is getracing, he’ll have to make his deciNewman are locked in a tie. Daniel Winning the pole gan races, including an SHR by Darlington 2. Emotions coverage begins at sweep 2:30 green flag, Busch) building June 30: Camping World 400 at ChicagoSept. 1: Southern 500p.m., at times (All times kelly@news-jrnl.com ting thinEastern) around thoseEastern) drivers on the sion longHarvick before the end of 2020. Suarez is 23 points behind Johnson second straight y Clint Bowyer and Kevin in 2018. That’s it, 10: no more turns (Jimmie Johnson) Chase Elliott joined elite company as a 3 p.m.) Feb. Clashright at Daytona April 13: Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond land (Alex Bowman) Sept. 8: Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis We’ll know bywinning mid-summer next Watkins Glen, wh Penske fired the last salvo by the There was poking and elbowing through[AP/ untilFeb. late 17: September! Is that back-to-back Watkins Glen winner. Daytona 500 (Denny Hamlin) (Martin Truex Jr.) July 7: Coke Zero 400 at Daytona (Justin Sept. 15: South Point 400 at Las Vegas tested beyond wh first Cup race year at Michigan instill June.aiming Ford at champiif he’s P SERIES: Consumers Energy 400 CUP SERIES: Consumers Energy 400 JOHN MUNSON] out the field at Watkins Glen. The most good or bad? XFINITY: B&L Transport 170 Feb. 24: Folds of Honor 500 at Atlanta (Brad April 28: Geico 500 at Talladega (Chase Haley) Sept. 21: Federated Auto Parts 400 at ment provides. Bu drivers who need a win are licking their onship No. 8. It’ll help if he(2.4finishes flagrant foul was thrown by Bubba Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Keselowski) Elliott) July 13: Quaker State 400 at Kentucky (KurtSITE: Richmond E: Michigan International SpeedSITE: Michigan International Speedto overlook the se chops heading to the Irish Hills. strong this of year and dashes odd man out if Joe Gibbs Wallace,May who 5: used his400 No. (Martin 43 Chevy to Jr.) could be the TuneMarch in online at mileSept. road course) 3: Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas (Joey Dover Truex Busch) 29: Bank America 500k atout Charlotte that preceded Ch y (2-mile oval) way (2-mile oval) of6:the gate next season. Seems call21: upFoxwoods Christopher to Hampshire turn KyleMay Busch’s No. 18 Toyota. Jimmie www.news-journalonline.com/ SCHEDULE: Saturday, race Logano) 11: Kansas 400 (Brad Keselowski)decides to July 301Bell at New Oct. Delaware 400 at (NBC DoverSports 3. Young-gun game? Sunday. The varie HEDULE:daytonamotormouths Friday, practice (NBC SCHEDULE: Friday, practice (NBC the Cup Series. fighting for my life,” Johnson May and Ryan BlaneyRace had aatdust-up, Network, 3 p.m.) March 10: TicketGuardian 500 at Phoenix 18: All-Star Charlotte (Kyle (Kevin“I’m Harvick) Oct. 13: 1000Bulbs.com unlikely, frankly, at 500 thisTalladega point. the next four wee

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HOLLYWOOD — Disney was determined that “Avengers: Endgame” pass No. 2 “Titanic” ($2.18 billion) and No. 1 “Avatar” ($2.78 billion) to become the top-grossing film of all time. Disney rereleased “Endgame” over the Fourth of July weekend and kept it in theaters until it got what it wanted, a total gross of $2.79 billion. Ironically, Disney has a stake in all three films. It produced and released “Endgame,” acquired rights to “Avatar” when it bought 20th-Century Fox, and gained the international rights to “Titanic” in the Fox buy. Disney also now owns the “Avatar” sequels 2-4, with “Avatar 2” due in December 2021. Disney is taking the Marvel Universe in new directions. The success of “Captain Marvel,” with “Room” Oscar-winner Brie Larson, who rode the title character (the first time a woman) to a $1.1 billion gross, has now led to another Oscar-winning actress, Natalie Portman (“Black Swan”), becoming the first female “Thor” in “Thor 4: Love and Thunder.” Where this leaves Chris Hemsworth is anyone’s guess. But fear not, Benedict Cumberbatch will be back as “Doctor Strange” in “Multiverse of Madness.” Brie Larson will undoubtedly be back as “Captain Marvel,” but first she stars in “Just Mercy,” with Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx, for a Christmas Day release. *** Tom Cruise will release “Mission Impossible VII” in 2021 (when he’s 59) and “Mission Impossible VIII” in 2022” (when he’s 60). He was injured doing his own stunts in the last “Mission Impossible.” Cruise may be trying to prove he’s still got what it takes to be an action star, but some of us remember his Oscar-nominated acting in “Jerry Maguire” (1996), the kind of action he should now be pursuing. *** What does NBC/Universal sudden-

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LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) With responsibilities surging both in the workplace and in the home, it’s important to prioritize how you deal with them. Be patient. Pressures will begin to ease starting early next week. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) A positive reaction to a suggestion could indicate that you’re on track for getting your message to the right people. Devote the weekend to catching up with the special people in your life. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) A new attitude from those in charge could make things difficult for you unless you can accept the changes without feeling as if you’re being pressured into doing so. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Family matters once again dominate much of the week. But don’t neglect your workplace duties while you deal with them. An offer to help could come from a surprising source. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A difficult workplace situation begins to ease, but there still are matters that need to be dealt with before it’s fully resolved. There’s also a more positive turn in domestic relationships. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Don’t let yourself be rushed into making a decision about an intriguing financial arrangement. Asking questions and checking it out now could pay off in a big way later on. BORN THIS WEEK: You might have a tendency to be more than a bit judgmental, but others understand it comes from a warm, loving heart.

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THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS After a heartfelt conversation with Lola, Jack offered to fly to Miami and persuade Celeste to attend her daughter’s wedding. Despite Phyllis’ attempts to secure funding for The Grand Phoenix, Adam continued to sabotage her, offering to sell the hotel to Devon instead. Adam was disappointed when Victoria postponed his visit with Christian, claiming that he was sick in bed. However, Adam spotted Christian at the park with Nick and realized that Victoria lied to keep him away. Acting impulsively, Adam approached Christian, but the boy was spooked and ran off. Nate urged Elena to apply for a residency position at Memorial. Summer grilled Theo on the secret he and Kyle were keeping. Wait to See: Someone makes a shocking return to Genoa City.

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Despite your Aries penchant for wanting to tackle a problem head-on, you might want to take a little more time to see how a current situation develops. It could surprise you. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Taking on the role of peacemaker in a disruptive environment is a challenge. But you can do it. Just continue to have the same faith in yourself that so many others have in you. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Although your work schedule keeps you busy, you should make time to start preparing for that important upcoming family event you’ll want to celebrate in a special way. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Home is where the Moon Child wants to be early in the week. But by week’s end, a chance to travel raises her or his excitement level, and that of the lucky person who gets to go along. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Be careful not to be a copycat when dealing with someone who uses unfair or even unkind methods to reach a goal. As always, do the right thing the right way, and you’ll win in the end. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) An offer could have many good things attached to it that are not apparent at first glance, including a chance to move into another career area. You might want to check out its possibilities.

had an emotional conversation. Nina and Valentin tended to Sasha. Hayden didn’t go unnoticed. Brad asked Julian to reconsider. Sam and Jason regrouped with Robert. Finn and Valentin crossed paths at the hospital. Willow saw another side to Chase. Hayden responded to Finn’s request to meet. Carly and Sonny planned a cozy night together. Josslyn helped Dev prepare for his classes. Wait to See: Shiloh makes a proposal.

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GENERAL HOSPITAL Kevin spoke to Alexis about Neil. Julian and Kim met with Lucy. Liz watched over Franco as he slept. Stella received an important message. Ava was caught off-guard. Sonny shared a tender conversation with Mike. Sam and Jason enjoyed a reprieve at home. Elizabeth shared what she knew with Franco. Julian and Lucas

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Library, 4100 Carnegie Circle, off W. 49th St. All ages are welcome. Our next meeting will be September 4, 2019. 7TH ANNUAL DOWNTOWN RIVERFEST August 17 held at Downtown River Greenway, Cherapa Place and Raven Industries parking lot. Celebrate the Big Sioux River in style at the 7th Annual Downtown Riverfest! Party on the Big Sioux River at Downtown Riverfest, with live music on two stages, kids’ activities, food trucks, cold drinks, retail vendors, canoe rides, live art, and a fireworks finale! Come by foot, bike, canoe or kayak and join the fun on August 17. For more information, call (605) 338-4009. BOOT CAMP In readiness for our upcoming Job Fair CAREER FAIR & NETWORKING EVENT held on Wed., September 11, 2019, from 9-12:00 noon at Active Generations, 2300 W. 46th St. (jointly sponsored by Active Generations & SD Dept. of Labor & Regulations). BRIDGES Employment Resource Center is offering 3 classes to help YOU get ready… all classes 10-11:30am. Aug 21: SPEED INTERVIEWING & YOUR 30 SEC. COMMERCIAL. Facilita-

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DAYS OF OUR LIVES “Nicole” lost her cool with Marlena. Hope asked John to help uncover Ted’s killer. Eric and Sarah made love. Eve pleaded with Justin to be her lawyer as she took on Jack. Meanwhile, Jack confronted Jennifer about an article she wrote about him. Haley had a medical emergency. Eli and Lani were thrown when Julie gave them the cold shoulder. Ben and Ciara teamed up to find evidence against Nicole. John and Hope put the squeeze on Xander. Marlena reunited with Tony. Anna made a shocking announcement. Gabi and “Nicole” had a major showdown. Wait to See: Roman gets drawn into Anna’s scheme.

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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Brooke and Ridge discussed Thomas’s lies and Steffy’s enormous loss. Wyatt apologized to Sally. Brooke reassured Douglas that he did the right thing by telling the truth. Hope revealed that she never stopped loving Liam. In hiding, Thomas obsessively looked at pictures on his phone. Quinn felt sorry for Flo. Bill and Liam shared a warm father-son moment. Ridge warned Zoe about the consequences that she, too, would face after her father was finally arrested. The Logan sisters gushed over the new baby and were overjoyed that Hope was happy again. Flo and Shauna snuck into the cabin so that Flo could explain her side of the story to Hope. Wait to See: Brooke races against time to save Hope from Thomas.

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ter. Retail, food, and interactive vendors are set up along the venue’s peripheral which complements the great retail stores along the boardwalk of the 8th & Railroad Center, providing a marketplace type atmosphere to purchase unique gifts. SENIORS ACTIVE GENERATIONS MENU Aug. 14: Baked Chicken, Mashed Potatoes & Country Gravy, Green Beans, Jell-O with peaches. Aug. 15: Bean & Beef Nachos, lettuce & Tomatoes, Shredded Cheese, Sour Cream, Orange, Bread Pudding. Aug. 16: Fish Fillet on a Bun, Diced Potatoes with herbs, Broccoli and Strawberries. Aug. 19: Swedish Meatballs, American Fries, Green Beans, Carrot Salad with Raisins, Pears. Aug. 20: Sloppy Joe on a Bun, Baked Beans, Corn & Peppers, Cantaloupe, Cookie. ACTIVE GENERATIONS: DANCE SCHEDULE Dance held every Tuesday night from 7-9pm at The Active Generations, 2300 W 46th St. Public is Welcome! For more information, call (605) 333-3307.

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DEAR PAW’S CORNER: This morning, I was walking into the drugstore when I heard a small dog frantically barking from a nearby car. I looked in the window and saw a toy poodle rushing back and forth along the back seat, putting her paws on the closed windows and barking at everyone passing by. The car was not running, so no air conditioning, though it was parked in a shady spot. I rushed inside the store and called for the manager, who contacted the police. They immediately opened the car and rescued the little dog, who was panting heavily. Please let your readers know that leaving your pet inside a locked car, even in the shade, can be a death sentence! -- Relieved Pet Mom in Maine DEAR RELIEVED: I’m glad this story had a happy ending! Folks, even on a pleasant day with temperatures in the mid-70s, the interior of a car can heat up to life-threatening levels of more than 100 F. That’s even on a cloudy day, or when parked in a shady spot. Send your questions to ask@pawscorner.com. Even if you leave your pet inside a locked, running © 2019 King Features Synd.,Inc. car with the air conditioning on, that’s still not acceptable. Your pet will be very anxious without you present, and anything might happen while you’re away. If you want to take your pet with you, make sure the places you go will welcome pets inside. (Your pet should be well-trained and responsive to your commands, and not aggressive to other dogs.) Or, have a friend come along and sit in the running car with your dog or walk them in a nearby grassy area or park while you shop. Otherwise, leave pets at home. The risk is not worth it.

AARP SMART DRIVER COURSE Held at Active Generations, 2300 W. 46th Street. August 28: 5:30-9:30pm, September 28: 8:30am-12:30pm, October 23: 12:30– 4:30pm, November 19: 8:30am–12:30pm. Refreshing your driving skills could reduce your auto insurance costs. To register call Dee Lundeen at 335-0780. *Check with your insurance for eligibility. SPORTS GREATEST SHOW ON H20 Every Friday at 7pm held at Catfish Bay Water Ski Park, 5500 N Show Pl. The Greatest Show on H2O is a water skiing comedy adventure for the whole family including acting, singing, danc-

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ing and amazing stunts. Catfish Bay has trained over 28 skiers for professional shows around the world! See www.catfishbay. com for show information and tickets. SF CANARIES BASEBALL August 18 at 6:05pm, August 19-23 at 7:05pm & August 27-29 at 7:05pm. For more information, visit www.sfcanaries. com or (605) 336-6060.

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from this event will be given to McCrossan Boys Ranch. The Turner County Charity Youth Pheasant Hunt is a 501C3 organization. We have had a rich history over the past 17 years of having several named artist preform Jimmy Fortune of the Statler Brothers, Larry Cordle singer song writer most known for writing Highway 40 Blues and Murder on Music Row, Helen Cornelius, Jett Williams daughter of Hank Williams Sr. ,Christian Artist Guy Penrod and the late Jim Ed Brown and Daryl Singeltary, Tickets are available on www.itickets.com McCrossans Boys Ranch, The Diamond Room in Sioux Falls or call (605) 505-1003. DOWNTOWN BLOCK PARTY ON THE EASTBANK - FREE Once a month starting at 5:30pm, Now thru September, DTSF treats you to the ultimate block party experience. Located on the Eastbank of downtown Sioux Falls. Enjoy live music, food vendors, beer, wine, and shopping at some of the most unique stores along the boardwalk of the 8th & Railroad Cen-

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Hwy. 11, East 2 miles and South 1/2 mile. Our address is: 26946 480th Ave., Sioux Falls, SD. We thank you for your service. MONARCH POND August 18: End of summer brings some welcome beauty to ponds, and we will be creating MONARCH POND in the awesome setting of the Mary Jo Wegner Arboretum! You choose your guests (butterflies, dragonflies, etc.) at the pond while our artist leads you through step-by-step with encouragement the whole way. No Experience Needed — Appropriate for all ages! Register at maryjowegnerarboretum.com MARK WILLS PERFORMANCE The Turner County Charity Youth Pheasant Hunt is proud to announce that Mark Wills, one of the newest members to the Grand Ole Opry live in concert, is coming to Parker SD on November 2nd, 2019 at the Parker High School Gymnasium 331 West 1st St Parker SD. The show starts at 7PM doors open at 6pm. Tickets are $25.00 for Adults and $10.00 for k-12 students. The money raised

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Poms (PG-13) — Bringing new meaning to the word “squad,” “Poms” follows Martha (Diane Keaton), a retired teacher with a terminal cancer who moves into an “active” retirement community filled with quirky personalities, a ton of amenities and a shocking lack of freedom. Turns out residents must participate in an extracurricular activity vetted by a mean-girls (now, mean-old-ladies) type committee. Martha opts to create a cheerleading squad and recruits five other free thinkers, including her adorably rebellious neighbor Sheryl (Jacki Weaver). They set out to prove — with warmth, zhumor and powerful bonds of friendship — that a sextet of 60- and 70-somethings still got it. Although “Poms” took some knocks for pandering to the AARP set, I thought it a cute movie showing a vibrant and fun ride through later life. Pokemon: Detective Pikachu (PG) — In Ryme City in the Pokemon Universe, humans and Pokemon live together peaceably. Harry Goodman was a detective there until an apparent Mewtoo attack and/or car accident took his life. When his son Tim (Justice Smith) comes to collect his belongings, he meets Detective Pikachu (voiced by Ryan Reynolds), with exceptional detecting skills but partial amnesia, who used to be his dad’s partner. Tim, unlike anyone else, is able to hear and communicate with Pikachu, and is persuaded to pair up to investigate Harry’s death. I enjoyed the tack taken by director Rob Letterman (“Goosebumps”). It’s weird but not off-putting. Reynolds and Smith are endearing, and it’s funny and enjoyable for all age groups. The Curse of La Llorona (R) — The legend of La Llorona has it that a woman, blinded by rage and jealousy, drowned her sons in a river. She is con-

demned to walk the earth for eternity until she finds the bodies of her sons, and she’ll snatch up every kid she can find in the process. Flash to 1970s Los Angeles, and a social worker (Linda Cardellini) “rescues” the children of a deranged mother. The children are subsequently drowned by La Llorona. The mother sics the weeping spirit on the social worker, who has two young kids of her own. She calls in Father Perez (Tony Amendola, also seen in “Annabelle” of “The Conjuring” universe) to help, and the group must battle every jump scare and pool of water in sight.

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Yes, your kids will eat veggies, and like it! ahead of time and have a “grab and go” snack when needed. Try these simple recipes for my athlete-friendly Protein-Packed Veggie Dip and my Herb and Spice Ranch Dip. You’re guaranteed to increase the quantity of vegetables your family eats each week by serving these dips! PROTEIN-PACKED VEGGIE DIP

This is one of my dear friends’ first year as an elementary school teacher. She’s also the mother of two boys. Not only does she have to prepare a healthy school lunch and snacks for herself, she also must pack lunches and snacks that her kids

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So little time left, and so much yet to do. Do you feel that way this month, realizing that warm and long summer days soon will come to an end? Chatting over the fence, my neighbor, a mom of two young energetic kids, lamented how quickly the season is passing by. Many of the outings and activities her family put on a list in June simply never happened. Eager to squeeze in some of the starred favorites before Labor Day, she sat down with her calendar and put them in. In ink. “So, what made the cut?” I asked. “We’ll bike to a nearby familyfriendly ethnic restaurant,” she said. “It will be fun to plan a route, park our bikes and sit outside on a breezy patio to

eat a meal with new tastes. We’re also going to an indoor ice skating rink. It’s off-season, so the price is right. Plus, for once, we don’t have to slather ourselves with sunscreen! “I also saved a day to be grounded in nature and go to a state park. We’ll enjoy a picnic in the woods, and learn new things from the naturalists who share their knowledge of the local habitat.” Like my neighbor, are there still a few things left on your summer fun list? Maybe it’s experiencing a new exhibit at a zoo, visiting a historical site or gathering friends at a nature trail for a picnic by a waterfall. Put them on your schedule now and make them happen. Get kids involved in the prep

before you go, even for mini outings. Choose healthy snacks to take along that they can carry in their own backpacks. And don’t forget to bring plenty of water to stay hydrated. Here’s a craft idea to encourage your young schoolage kids to sip water during your adventure. Like supplies on an explorer’s trek, it’s a “canteen” designed with their creativity. Here’s the stuff you need: -- One medium-size plastic or lightweight metal water bottle -- One 42-inch strip of 1-inch-wide ribbon -One 3-inch-by-10inch rectangle of craft foam decorated with stickers or drawings -- Household glue Here’s the fun: Glue the underside of the midpoint of the ribbon to the base of the bottle. Lift the halves of the ribbon upward evenly on each side. Glue the craft foam around the bottle and over the ribbon to secure them in place. Tie the loose ends of the ribbon in a knot. Fill with water and wear over shoulders. (c) 2019 Donna Erickson Distributed by King Features Synd.

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Photograph by Depositphotos will love. I’m sure that this is a common dilemma for working parents with school-aged children. Proper nutrition is a key ingredient for school success because it fuels brain cells and gives your child the energy and nutrients needed for optimal learning. Packing your child’s lunch and preparing healthy snacks lets you know exactly what they’re eating. The biggest struggle that most parents face is getting their children to eat more vegetables. A 2013 study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics found that adding herbs or spices to a reduced-fat dip increased a child’s willingness to eat veggies. The portion-controlled 3 1/2 tablespoon dips served to the kids had 50 calories, 4 grams of fat and 90 milligrams of sodium. Preschool children ages 3 to 5 years told researchers from the Center for Childhood Obesity Research at Penn State University that they liked veggies more when paired with a favorite flavored dip compared with eating a veggie without a dip or with a plain dip. Thirty-one percent of kids liked a veggie alone, while 64% liked a veggie when it was served with their favorite dip. In addition, just 6% of kids refused the vegetable when served with a flavored dip, compared with 18% who refused the veggie without any dip. During a second experiment, researchers found that kids ate significantly more of a previously rejected or disliked vegetable when it was offered with a favorite reduced-fat herb dip than when it was offered alone. Once you find a dip recipe that your child enjoys, you can use it as a sandwich dressing too. Dips can be prepared from two days up to a week in advance. Package the dip and a few colorful and crunchy vegetables like zucchini, squash, cucumbers, cauliflower, red bell pepper, broccoli, carrots and celery in a reusable container with compartments and an air-tight lid. This will allow you to prepare everything for school lunches

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Use Keto Diet only in short-term DEAR DR. ROACH: What is your opinion of the keto diet? I have been doing it for a few weeks now and lost a few pounds, but it goes against everything I usually eat -- high quantities of red meat, lots of full-fat foods and dairy. Since I am losing some weight and actually feel better and am sleeping better, I like the short-term results, but I cannot see this as a long-term way of life. I am concerned about all that fat going into my body and clogging my arteries. I exercise every day with Zumba, jogging, etc. -- J.P. ANSWER: The ketosis diet favors very large amounts of fat -- 60% to 80% of calories, with 15% to 20% of calories from protein and 5% or less from carbohydrates. The theory is to cause ketosis, a physiological condition of ketones in the blood as a result of high fat intake. It has been used since the 1920s as a treatment for seizures, but now is used for

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Keith Roach, M.D. weight loss. Like every diet, it has both good and bad aspects. On the good side, it is effective at short-term weight loss. However, much of the apparent early weight loss is due to water weight, which is a universal finding on a high-fat diet. Weight gain is likely when stopping the diet. It is highly restrictive. Further, many of the foods that you can’t eat on this diet are those that have been shown to be associated with improved health, especially vegetables

and most fruits. Most people will have a substantial increase in cholesterol levels (by as much as 50%). The red meat and saturated fat probably present an independent risk of heart disease and cancer (even apart from its effect on cholesterol), although this remains somewhat controversial. I do not recommend the keto diet for longterm use, at all. It may have some benefit in helping with short-term weight loss, but I think there are much healthier alternatives for most 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

* On Aug. 17, 1877, though only a teenager, Billy the Kid kills his first victim, an Arizona blacksmith. Just how many men the outlaw killed is uncertain. Billy himself reportedly once claimed he had killed 21 men. * On Aug. 13, 1902, German engineer Felix Wankel, inventor of a rotary engine, is born in Germany. Wankel reportedly came up with the idea for a new type of internal combustion gasoline engine when he was 17 years old. * On Aug. 16, 1920, Cleveland Indians shortstop Ray Chapman is struck in the temple by a ball pitched by Carl Mays of the New York Yankees. He died 12 hours later. It was the only death as the result of a pitched ball in major league history. * On Aug. 14, 1945, an official announcement of Japan’s unconditional surrender to the Allies is made public to the Japanese people. Even though Japan’s War Council had submitted a formal declaration of surrender on Aug. 10, fighting continued. In

fact, two days later, a Japanese submarine sank two American ships. * On Aug. 12, 1964, British author and journalist Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond, the world’s most famous fictional spy, dies in England. His novels about the debonair Agent 007 were based in part on Fleming’s real-life experiences. The first Bond book, “Casino Royale,” was published in 1953. * On Aug. 15, 1979, “Apocalypse Now,” the acclaimed Vietnam War film directed by Francis Ford Coppola, opens in theaters. It told the story of an Army captain who is sent into the Cambodian jungle to kill a U.S. Special Forces colonel who has gone AWOL and is thought to be

crazy. * On Aug. 18, 1992, celebrated Boston Celtics forward Larry Bird retires. Bird entered the NBA in 1979 and was named Rookie of the Year after leading the Celtics to a 61-21 record. (c) 2019 Hearst Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Hidden in the diagram to the left are 23 ways you can get from HERE to THERE. They can be found by reading up or down, or side to side. You’ll even find them diagonally going up or down. Letters can be used more than once. Listed below are the items that you’re looking for:

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

Are you a man after God’s own heart? Did you ever wonder how God could call David “a man after His own heart” (I Sam. 13:14)? True, He called him that before his horrific infractions of adultery and murder. But even after his death, God said of him that he did “keep My statutes and My commandments” (I Kings 3:14). How can this be? Well, to begin with, compare how Balaam was able to say of God that “He hath not beheld iniquity in Jacob, neither hath He seen perverseness in Israel” (Num. 23:21). This, of course, was because the Jews could say that “as far as the east is from the west, so far hath He removed our transgressions from us” (Psa. 103:12), and Isaiah could pray with confidence, “Thou hast cast all my sins behind Thy back” (Isa. 38:17). Similarly, God was able to turn a blind eye to David’s sins, knowing that Christ would one day pay for them. But there has to be more to it for God to be able to call David a man after His own heart, and I believe there is. You see, when God said of David that his heart was “perfect with the Lord his God,” He said that in contrast to Solomon, whose wives “turned away his heart after other gods” (I Kings 11:4). Despite his great sins, David never fell into idolatry. He always had a heart for the Lord, and a burning desire to serve Him. As a pastor, Christians often ask me how I can think so highly of them when, in many cases, I have counseled them through their times of sin and failure, and so I know their deepest shame. I always explain that it is their heart for the Lord that God looks at, and so I always try to do the same. I don’t mean to say that those who strive to serve the Lord can do no wrong in my eyes, but this is very close to being so. So it is that while we should always strive to live our lives as perfectly as God sees us in Christ (Phil. 3:10-14), if you are beating yourself up about your past sins and failures, stop it. Remember that “man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart” (I Sam. 16:7), and if God doesn’t behold your iniquity, neither should you. Finally, if you are a judgmental Christian, why not learn to look upon others the way God looks at you, and “receive ye one another, as Christ also received us to the glory of God” (Rom. 15:7). © 2019 Berean Bible Society

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY It’s the people we are with that is important Q: Once again, I couldn’t afford to give my kids the memorable summer vacation that their friends all seem to experience. It’s discouraging. Do you think they’ll resent me for it? Jim: One of the best lessons I’ve ever learned about parenting happened about 10 years ago. I headed out on a road trip with my brother and my son to pick up a fifth-wheel trailer I’d purchased online. Nine hundred miles from home, my truck broke down on the highway. We were stranded. The repairs cost me a lot of money and four days of my vacation. I don’t mind telling you I was miserable and frustrated. We were stuck in a small hotel and had to eat every meal at the same restaurant next door. By the time my truck was fixed, we just headed back home. I remember pulling onto the highway and stewing over how terrible everything had turned out. That was when my thenseven-year-old son turned to me with a huge smile and said, “Thanks, Dad. That was a great vacation. I think one of the best ever!” I had been upset all week about abandoning my vacation plans back there along the highway. My son just wanted to spend time together. The stuff we did wasn’t nearly as important as who he was with. My son taught me a great lesson that day. And I think in the long run, your children will feel the same way. What we do isn’t as important as who we’re with -- the

with

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Focus on the Family people we love. Q: My oldest daughter is a model child -- pleasant, cheerful and agreeable. Her little brother is the exact opposite. How might a mild-tempered, cooperative child be impacted by having a defiant and strongwilled sibling in the home? Danny Huerta, Vice President, Parenting and Youth: You’re wise to recognize that a compliant child may be overlooked and taken for granted, particularly with a more defiant and outspoken youngster in the family. As the saying goes, the squeaky wheel gets the grease. Even subconsciously, we may expect the compliant child to do more or sacrifice because Mom and Dad just don’t have the energy; there’s a tendency to place more responsibility on the kid who won’t complain as loudly. But that has consequences. The responsible child often develops a sense

of powerlessness and resentment that simmers below the surface. She may also become prideful of her “good” behavior and overconfident in her natural abilities and delegated power. This combination of pride and a sense of injustice can sometimes lead compliant children to become passiveaggressive, manipulative and devious in dealing with others. They may even learn to get away with things “under the radar.” They can also be prone to perfectionism, stress and depression since they often feel trapped by their need to please other people. So it’s important to balance the scales and make sure the compliant child gets her fair share of parental attention. Set aside special times to spend with your daughter on a regular basis. Make a date to have ice cream, go for a walk or simply sit and talk together at least once a week. Cultivate an awareness of her feelings and the details of her life at home and school -- especially any fears, anxieties or resentments that hide beneath her quiet and cooperative exterior. If necessary, draw her out by asking questions like, “What’s it like for you to live in our family?” or “What do you wish we noticed more of in you?” Invest the time to celebrate her successes and positive decision-making. Let her know that she’s an important and highly valued unique member of the family. Emphasize that you’re thankful for her -- imperfections, dreams and all.

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 Insurance above and beyond? Dear Dave, When it comes to buying life insurance, should the coverage amount be based solely on current earnings? I have good reason to believe my income is going to increase significantly soon. Wesley Dear Wesley, The purpose of life insurance is to take care of your family if something unexpected happens to you. You don’t want to buy too much, but you should have enough to ensure that they’re well taken care of when you’re not here any longer. I usually recommend people have 10

with

Dave Ramsey

to 12 times their annual income in a good, level term life insurance policy. However,

if you have a solid reason to believe your income will be jumping significantly soon, there’s nothing wrong with basing your coverage amount on that figure—if you can afford it, of course. Understand that when I say, “solid reason,” I’m not talking about a hopeful attitude. I’m talking about something along the lines of finishing a medical residency, then making the jump to a six-figure income. That’s the kind of logical thinking and planning I’m working with here. In that scenario, or something similar, a huge jump in income is virtually assured. Great question, Wesley! —Dave

Term life insurance, too?

Driveway heat During the summer months, hot pavement can release heat into the adjacent soil, creating a hostile environment for plants that may otherwise be happy there the rest of the year. Some heat-resistant plants for such areas are creeping juniper, lantana, cinquefoil, russian sage, indian hawthorne and rosemary. - B. Weaver

Source: www.landscapingnetwork.com 2019 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved.

Dear Dave, My husband and I are wondering if we need term life insurance policies. We both have accidental death and dismemberment coverage provided free of charge through our employers. Do we need additional coverage? Rebecca Dear Rebecca, Yes, you both need to find good level term life insurance immediately! Accidental death and dismemberment policies are

nothing but gimmicks. You need to make sure your family is taken care of in the very best way possible, no matter how you die. You should always have life insurance coverage that’s separate from anything an employer may offer. Think about it. You don’t want to suddenly lose coverage if you change jobs, or have to leave your place of work because you’re diagnosed with a major medical condition. Both of you need 10 to 12 times your yearly incomes in good, level term life insurance. If you make $50,000 a year, that

means you need $500,000 to $600,000 in coverage. Remember, the idea of life insurance is to take the place of income. If one of you died, the other could invest the insurance money, make 10 percent on that money over time with good mutual funds, and replace any lost income. Term life insurance is very affordable. For just a few dollars a month you can leave your loved ones in great financial shape after you die! —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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Use Keto Diet only in short-term DEAR DR. ROACH: What is your opinion of the keto diet? I have been doing it for a few weeks now and lost a few pounds, but it goes against everything I usually eat -- high quantities of red meat, lots of full-fat foods and dairy. Since I am losing some weight and actually feel better and am sleeping better, I like the short-term results, but I cannot see this as a long-term way of life. I am concerned about all that fat going into my body and clogging my arteries. I exercise every day with Zumba, jogging, etc. -- J.P. ANSWER: The ketosis diet favors very large amounts of fat -- 60% to 80% of calories, with 15% to 20% of calories from protein and 5% or less from carbohydrates. The theory is to cause ketosis, a physiological condition of ketones in the blood as a result of high fat intake. It has been used since the 1920s as a treatment for seizures, but now is used for

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Keith Roach, M.D. weight loss. Like every diet, it has both good and bad aspects. On the good side, it is effective at short-term weight loss. However, much of the apparent early weight loss is due to water weight, which is a universal finding on a high-fat diet. Weight gain is likely when stopping the diet. It is highly restrictive. Further, many of the foods that you can’t eat on this diet are those that have been shown to be associated with improved health, especially vegetables

and most fruits. Most people will have a substantial increase in cholesterol levels (by as much as 50%). The red meat and saturated fat probably present an independent risk of heart disease and cancer (even apart from its effect on cholesterol), although this remains somewhat controversial. I do not recommend the keto diet for longterm use, at all. It may have some benefit in helping with short-term weight loss, but I think there are much healthier alternatives for most 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

* On Aug. 17, 1877, though only a teenager, Billy the Kid kills his first victim, an Arizona blacksmith. Just how many men the outlaw killed is uncertain. Billy himself reportedly once claimed he had killed 21 men. * On Aug. 13, 1902, German engineer Felix Wankel, inventor of a rotary engine, is born in Germany. Wankel reportedly came up with the idea for a new type of internal combustion gasoline engine when he was 17 years old. * On Aug. 16, 1920, Cleveland Indians shortstop Ray Chapman is struck in the temple by a ball pitched by Carl Mays of the New York Yankees. He died 12 hours later. It was the only death as the result of a pitched ball in major league history. * On Aug. 14, 1945, an official announcement of Japan’s unconditional surrender to the Allies is made public to the Japanese people. Even though Japan’s War Council had submitted a formal declaration of surrender on Aug. 10, fighting continued. In

fact, two days later, a Japanese submarine sank two American ships. * On Aug. 12, 1964, British author and journalist Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond, the world’s most famous fictional spy, dies in England. His novels about the debonair Agent 007 were based in part on Fleming’s real-life experiences. The first Bond book, “Casino Royale,” was published in 1953. * On Aug. 15, 1979, “Apocalypse Now,” the acclaimed Vietnam War film directed by Francis Ford Coppola, opens in theaters. It told the story of an Army captain who is sent into the Cambodian jungle to kill a U.S. Special Forces colonel who has gone AWOL and is thought to be

crazy. * On Aug. 18, 1992, celebrated Boston Celtics forward Larry Bird retires. Bird entered the NBA in 1979 and was named Rookie of the Year after leading the Celtics to a 61-21 record. (c) 2019 Hearst Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Hidden in the diagram to the left are 23 ways you can get from HERE to THERE. They can be found by reading up or down, or side to side. You’ll even find them diagonally going up or down. Letters can be used more than once. Listed below are the items that you’re looking for:

Pictured to the right are two puzzle grids for you to fill in. Hints are given for each word. The words in Grid B contain the same letters as the corresponding words in Grid A


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

Are you a man after God’s own heart? Did you ever wonder how God could call David “a man after His own heart” (I Sam. 13:14)? True, He called him that before his horrific infractions of adultery and murder. But even after his death, God said of him that he did “keep My statutes and My commandments” (I Kings 3:14). How can this be? Well, to begin with, compare how Balaam was able to say of God that “He hath not beheld iniquity in Jacob, neither hath He seen perverseness in Israel” (Num. 23:21). This, of course, was because the Jews could say that “as far as the east is from the west, so far hath He removed our transgressions from us” (Psa. 103:12), and Isaiah could pray with confidence, “Thou hast cast all my sins behind Thy back” (Isa. 38:17). Similarly, God was able to turn a blind eye to David’s sins, knowing that Christ would one day pay for them. But there has to be more to it for God to be able to call David a man after His own heart, and I believe there is. You see, when God said of David that his heart was “perfect with the Lord his God,” He said that in contrast to Solomon, whose wives “turned away his heart after other gods” (I Kings 11:4). Despite his great sins, David never fell into idolatry. He always had a heart for the Lord, and a burning desire to serve Him. As a pastor, Christians often ask me how I can think so highly of them when, in many cases, I have counseled them through their times of sin and failure, and so I know their deepest shame. I always explain that it is their heart for the Lord that God looks at, and so I always try to do the same. I don’t mean to say that those who strive to serve the Lord can do no wrong in my eyes, but this is very close to being so. So it is that while we should always strive to live our lives as perfectly as God sees us in Christ (Phil. 3:10-14), if you are beating yourself up about your past sins and failures, stop it. Remember that “man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart” (I Sam. 16:7), and if God doesn’t behold your iniquity, neither should you. Finally, if you are a judgmental Christian, why not learn to look upon others the way God looks at you, and “receive ye one another, as Christ also received us to the glory of God” (Rom. 15:7). © 2019 Berean Bible Society

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY It’s the people we are with that is important Q: Once again, I couldn’t afford to give my kids the memorable summer vacation that their friends all seem to experience. It’s discouraging. Do you think they’ll resent me for it? Jim: One of the best lessons I’ve ever learned about parenting happened about 10 years ago. I headed out on a road trip with my brother and my son to pick up a fifth-wheel trailer I’d purchased online. Nine hundred miles from home, my truck broke down on the highway. We were stranded. The repairs cost me a lot of money and four days of my vacation. I don’t mind telling you I was miserable and frustrated. We were stuck in a small hotel and had to eat every meal at the same restaurant next door. By the time my truck was fixed, we just headed back home. I remember pulling onto the highway and stewing over how terrible everything had turned out. That was when my thenseven-year-old son turned to me with a huge smile and said, “Thanks, Dad. That was a great vacation. I think one of the best ever!” I had been upset all week about abandoning my vacation plans back there along the highway. My son just wanted to spend time together. The stuff we did wasn’t nearly as important as who he was with. My son taught me a great lesson that day. And I think in the long run, your children will feel the same way. What we do isn’t as important as who we’re with -- the

with

Jim Daly President

Focus on the Family people we love. Q: My oldest daughter is a model child -- pleasant, cheerful and agreeable. Her little brother is the exact opposite. How might a mild-tempered, cooperative child be impacted by having a defiant and strongwilled sibling in the home? Danny Huerta, Vice President, Parenting and Youth: You’re wise to recognize that a compliant child may be overlooked and taken for granted, particularly with a more defiant and outspoken youngster in the family. As the saying goes, the squeaky wheel gets the grease. Even subconsciously, we may expect the compliant child to do more or sacrifice because Mom and Dad just don’t have the energy; there’s a tendency to place more responsibility on the kid who won’t complain as loudly. But that has consequences. The responsible child often develops a sense

of powerlessness and resentment that simmers below the surface. She may also become prideful of her “good” behavior and overconfident in her natural abilities and delegated power. This combination of pride and a sense of injustice can sometimes lead compliant children to become passiveaggressive, manipulative and devious in dealing with others. They may even learn to get away with things “under the radar.” They can also be prone to perfectionism, stress and depression since they often feel trapped by their need to please other people. So it’s important to balance the scales and make sure the compliant child gets her fair share of parental attention. Set aside special times to spend with your daughter on a regular basis. Make a date to have ice cream, go for a walk or simply sit and talk together at least once a week. Cultivate an awareness of her feelings and the details of her life at home and school -- especially any fears, anxieties or resentments that hide beneath her quiet and cooperative exterior. If necessary, draw her out by asking questions like, “What’s it like for you to live in our family?” or “What do you wish we noticed more of in you?” Invest the time to celebrate her successes and positive decision-making. Let her know that she’s an important and highly valued unique member of the family. Emphasize that you’re thankful for her -- imperfections, dreams and all.

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 Insurance above and beyond? Dear Dave, When it comes to buying life insurance, should the coverage amount be based solely on current earnings? I have good reason to believe my income is going to increase significantly soon. Wesley Dear Wesley, The purpose of life insurance is to take care of your family if something unexpected happens to you. You don’t want to buy too much, but you should have enough to ensure that they’re well taken care of when you’re not here any longer. I usually recommend people have 10

with

Dave Ramsey

to 12 times their annual income in a good, level term life insurance policy. However,

if you have a solid reason to believe your income will be jumping significantly soon, there’s nothing wrong with basing your coverage amount on that figure—if you can afford it, of course. Understand that when I say, “solid reason,” I’m not talking about a hopeful attitude. I’m talking about something along the lines of finishing a medical residency, then making the jump to a six-figure income. That’s the kind of logical thinking and planning I’m working with here. In that scenario, or something similar, a huge jump in income is virtually assured. Great question, Wesley! —Dave

Term life insurance, too?

Driveway heat During the summer months, hot pavement can release heat into the adjacent soil, creating a hostile environment for plants that may otherwise be happy there the rest of the year. Some heat-resistant plants for such areas are creeping juniper, lantana, cinquefoil, russian sage, indian hawthorne and rosemary. - B. Weaver

Source: www.landscapingnetwork.com 2019 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved.

Dear Dave, My husband and I are wondering if we need term life insurance policies. We both have accidental death and dismemberment coverage provided free of charge through our employers. Do we need additional coverage? Rebecca Dear Rebecca, Yes, you both need to find good level term life insurance immediately! Accidental death and dismemberment policies are

nothing but gimmicks. You need to make sure your family is taken care of in the very best way possible, no matter how you die. You should always have life insurance coverage that’s separate from anything an employer may offer. Think about it. You don’t want to suddenly lose coverage if you change jobs, or have to leave your place of work because you’re diagnosed with a major medical condition. Both of you need 10 to 12 times your yearly incomes in good, level term life insurance. If you make $50,000 a year, that

means you need $500,000 to $600,000 in coverage. Remember, the idea of life insurance is to take the place of income. If one of you died, the other could invest the insurance money, make 10 percent on that money over time with good mutual funds, and replace any lost income. Term life insurance is very affordable. For just a few dollars a month you can leave your loved ones in great financial shape after you die! —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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Steve Harding Steve Harding, 81, died Fri., Aug. 2, 2019. His Mass of Christian Burial was at 10 AM Wed., Aug. 7, 2019 at St. Therese Catholic Church, Sioux Falls. Visitation was at 5 PM Tues., Aug. 6, 2019 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls, where the family was present to greet friends from 5-7 PM and a wake service starts at 7 PM. Obit and online guestbook at georgeboom.com.

Eugene J. Schroeder Eugene J. Schroeder, 88, passed away on Wednesday, July 31, 2019. Mass of Christian Burial was at 11:00 AM Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Rock Valley, Iowa. Burial was at Hillside Cemetery in Doon, Iowa. Visitation with the family was from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM Monday, with Vigil Prayer Service at 7:00 PM at the Porter Funeral Home in Rock Valley, Iowa. Condolences may be sent to www.porterfuneralhomes. com. The family prefers memorials be directed to Special Olympics, Habitat For Humanity, or the charity of your choice.

Diane Landon Diane Rae Landon, 86, passed away on Wednesday, July 31st, 2019. Service was held on Monday, August 5, 2019 at Beresford United Church of Christ. Visitation with family present was at 9AM and a celebration of Diane's life was at 10:30 AM. wassfuneralhome.com

Dorothy Ann Skovlund Dorothy A. Skovlund, 89, passed away Monday, July 29, 2019. Funeral services were held at 10:30 AM on Monday, August 5, 2019, at Grace Free Lutheran Church in Bruce. Visitation was from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM Sunday, August 4, 2019 at Rude's Funeral Home in Brookings with a prayer service at 5:30 PM. Memorials may be directed to Estelline Nursing and Care Center, St. Petri Cemetery or Grace Free Lutheran Church. Condolences may be sent to the family through www.rudesfuneralhome.com. Henrietta Van Dyke Henrietta Van Dyke, 89, passed away Tuesday, July 30, 2019. Funeral services were at 10:00 AM Monday, August 5, 2019 at the Reformed Church of Dell Rapids with burial in the Logan Reformed Cemetery, Dell Rapids. Visitation was 5:00 - 7:00 PM Sunday, August 4, 2019 with a 7:00 PM prayer service at Skroch Funeral Chapel, Flandreau. www.skrochfc.com Nancy J. Roach Nancy J. Roach, 62, died Fri., Aug. 2, 2019. Her memorial service was at 7 PM Wed., Aug. 7 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls. The family was present at the funeral home from 5 PM Aug. 7. georgeboom.com

Deanna Wright Deanna Mae (Cronk) Wright age 80, passed away December 27, 2018. Her family was present to greet friends from 12-2 PM Saturday, August 10 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls, with burial of her urn at 2:30 PM at Woodlawn Cemetery. Online guestbook at georgeboom.com. Eunice King Eunice King, 99, passed away on Monday, July 29, 2019. Visitation with the family present was at 10 AM with a funeral service at 11 AM on Monday, August 5, 2019, at the Miller Westside Chapel, 6200 West 41st Street, with burial at Woodlawn Cemetery. www. millerfh.com Michael Ronan A Celebration of Life for Michael Ronan was held Saturday, August 10, 2019 at Tuthill Park, 3500 S. Cliff Avenue from 3PM to 6PM with a memorial for Mike at 3:30 PM. View full obituary at Legacy.com Loretta Ensz Loretta Ensz, 86, died August 2, 2019. Visitation was from 5:00 to 7:00 PM Monday evening, August 5, 2019, at the Hofmeister- Jones Funeral Chapel in Marion, with a short prayer service at 7:00 PM. Funeral services were at the Bethesda Church, rural Marion, at 10:30 AM Tuesday morning, August 6, 2019. Amenie L. Hazen Sioux Falls - Amenie L. Hazen, 83, died Thur., Aug. 1, 2019. Private services were held. Obit and online guestbook at georgeboom.com.

Richard "Rick" Munce Richard "Rick" Munce, 66, died July 31, 2019. Funeral Services were held at 1:00 PM Friday August 9, 2019, at Faith Temple Church, 2121 W. 33rd Street, with interment at Hills of Rest Cemetery. The family was present to greet friends from 5-7 PM Thursday evening, August 8, 2019 at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Avenue. www. millerfh.com

Mildred Dempster Mildred Dempster, 93, died Thursday, July 25, 2019. Private family services will be held at a later date.

LaVonne Mae Kontz LaVonne Mae Kontz, 88, passed away on July 8, 2019. A Memorial Mass was held at St. Michael Parish in Sioux Falls, on August 16, 2019 at 10:30 AM.

Marcus "Mark" Wichmann Marcus Alan Wichmann passed away on July 31, 2019. Memorial Services were at 7:00 PM on Thursday, August 8, 2019 at Heritage Funeral Home. Visitation was prior to the service at 5:00 PM at the funeral home. Burial will take place at a later date at Harris Cemetery, Harris Township, MN. www.heritagesfsd.com

Margaret M. Hempel Margaret M. Hempel, 85, died Tuesday, July 30, 2019. Services were at 11:00 AM Friday, August 9, 2019 at First English Lutheran Church, Lennox. Visitation, also at First English, with the family present, was from 5 to 7 PM Thursday, August 8, 2019. Dindot-Klusmann Funeral Home, Lennox is assisting the family. dindotklusmann.com James "Jim" Paulson James Donald Paulson, 80, passed away Thursday, August 1, 2019. The Funeral Mass for Jim was held at 10:30 AM on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Rochester. Visitation was held from 5 to 7 PM on Monday, August 5, 2019 in the River Park Chapel at Macken Funeral Home. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery of Rochester. Online condolences are welcome at www.mackenfuneralhome.com Gary Beaulieu, Sr. Gary R Beaulieu Sr., 79, passed away on Wednesday, July 31, 2019. Funeral Services wereheld at 4 PM on Sunday, August 4, 2019 at Faith Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls. Visitation was held before the service at 2 PM. A reception was held following the funeral for family and friends at Trail Ridge Retirement Community in the Great Hall, 3400 W Ralph Rogers Rd., Sioux Falls. Interment will take place at a later date at Restlawn Memory Gardens in Huron. To honor his memory, gifts may be made to Main Street Living, a LCMS televised service for the homebound, and the American Cancer Society. www.heritagesfsd.com Christian Cochran Christian Dorrel Cochran, 27, died on Wednesday, July 31, 2019. A memorial service was held at 2 PM on Friday, August 9, 2019 at Ransom Church Downtown in Sioux Falls. Visitation was held from 6 PM to 8:30 PM on Thursday, August 8, 2019 at Heritage Funeral Home in Sioux Falls. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be directed to the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention-South Dakota Chapter. https://afsp. donordrive.com/campaign/ Christian-Cochran-Memorial-Fund www.heritagesfsd.com

Polly Ann Dickenson Hanks Polly Ann Dickenson Hanks, age 89, passed away on July 22, 2019. Burial will be at Woodlawn Cemetery in Sioux Falls, on August 19, 2019 at 10:30 AM.

Cheryl Fischer Cheryl Jean Schmierer Fischer, 63, died August 3, 2019. Memorial Services were held 11:00 AM Saturday morning, August 10, 2019, at Peace Lutheran Church, 5509 W 41st St, Sioux Falls. The family was present to greet friends one hour prior to services. For more info visit www.millerfh.com. Nancy Niess Nancy Niess, 81, passed away Saturday, August 3, 2019. Private graveside service at Woodlawn Cemetery in Sioux Falls. www.millerfh.com new

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Steven Long Steven Long, 68, passed away on July 24, 2019. Family was present for visitation on Thursday, August 8, 2019 from 4:006:00 PM at the Harrisburg Funeral Chapel,110 E. Willow St., Harrisburg. www.heritagesfsd.com Harley L. Waagmeester Sr. Harley L. Waagmeester, Sr. 88, died Sunday, August 4, 2019. Memorial Services were at 1:30 PM, Friday, August 9, 2019, at Grandview Covenant Church, Larchwood, IA. Funeral Services were at 2:30 PM followed by Full Military Honors. Full obit at www.heartlandfunerals.com. Cleon Bowen Visitation was Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at Hartquist Funeral Home in Luverne, Minnesota. Funeral Service was Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at the funeral home. Burial was at Memory Gardens Cemetery in Luverne with Military Honors. Arrangements by Hartquist Funeral Home in Luverne. Doris Hormann Funeral Service for Doris Hormann, 89, was held on Friday, August 9, 2019 at 10:30 AM at the Emanuel Lutheran Church, Sisseton, SD. There was visitation on Thursday, August 8, 2019 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM with a 7:00 PM Prayer Service at the Cahill Funeral Chapel, Sisseton. Kenneth Davis Kenneth (Ken) Roy Davis, 74, passed away on August 5, 2019. A celebration of life was held 10:00 AM Friday, August 9, 2019 at Heritage Funeral Home. Interment took place at the Black Hills National Cemetery. www.heritagesfsd.com.

Connie Geide Cornelia Rose (Connie) Geide, 93, died on August 2, 2019. Funeral Services were at 10:30 AM Saturday, August 10, 2019 at Trinity Lutheran Church, rural Hartford. Visitation was from 5-7 PM Friday, August 9, 2019 at the church with a prayer service at 7:00 PM. Arrangements by Hofmeister Jones Funeral Home, Parker. hofmeisterjones. com David Kopp David Edward Kopp, 77, died Friday, August 2, 2019. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:00 AM, Friday, August 9, 2019, at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Sioux Falls. Visitation with family present to greet friends was from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM, with a 7:00 PM. Liturgical Wake Service, Thursday, August 8 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls. David C. Linnemeyer David C. Linnemeyer passed away on Saturday, August 3, 2019. On Friday, August 9, 2019, a private family service was held at 4:00 PM. A Celebration of Life visitation was open to friends and family from 5:00-7:00 PM at Heritage Funeral Home in Sioux Falls. www. heritagesfsd.com Beverly Lundy Beverly Lundy, 76, passed away on August 4, 2019. Private family services will be held at a later date. www.heritagesfsd.com William "Bill" Pochardt William "Bill" Pochardt passed away on August 5, 2019. The family held a memorial service at 10:00 AM on Saturday, August 10, 2019 at East Side Lutheran Church. www.millerfh.com

Dale D. Gabel passed away peacefully Thursday, August 8, 2019 at The Good Samaritan Society – Prairie Creek in Sioux Falls, with his family by his side. Dale was 90. Grateful for having shared his life are his children, Debra (Bruce) Weeldreyer, Dale D. (Linda) Gabel, Denise (Steve) Richter, Donna (Dale) Olsen, David (Renee) Gabel and Doreen Graves; 14 grandchildren; and 22 great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents, Herman Dale D. Gabel February 22, 1929 - August 8, 2019 and Hertha Gabel; wife, Carol; brothers, Richard, Alvin and Wayne Gabel; and son-in-law, Rich Graves. Visitation with family present 5:00 – 7:00 pm Friday, August 16, 2019 at Miller Funeral Home 507 S. Main Ave., Sioux Falls, SD. Funeral service 11:00 am Saturday, August 17, 2019 at Zion Lutheran Church, 1400 S. Duluth Ave., Sioux Falls, SD. Interment Trinity Lutheran Cemetery in Hartford, SD. Please visit www.MillerFH.com for complete obituary.


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