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• FALL 2018 STEHLY REPORT • FALL STEHLY 2018 MESSAGE FROMREPORT CITY COUNCILOR THERESA STEHLY MESSAGE FROM CITY COUNCILOR THERESA STEHLY

Dear Citizens, As we head into election season, I wanted to reach out and touch Dear Citizens, base with you on several issues. Thanks to the Shopping News for As we head into election season, I wanted to reach out and touch giving me this opportunity to connect with you! Please be assured that base with you on several issues. Thanks to the Shopping News for your input is crucial to the decisions we make on your behalf within giving me this opportunity to connect with you! Please be assured that the City Council. We make better decisions when we hear from you. your input is crucial to the decisions we make on your behalf within EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE!!! Mark your calendars for the City Council. We make better decisions when we hear from you. September 18, and get out and vote in the $190 million bond election EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE!!! Mark your calendars for for the school district. (The $190 million amount does not include the September 18, and get out and vote in the $190 million bond election additional interest payments). This issue needs 60% approval to pass, for the school district. (The $190 million amount does not include the so it is important whether you approve this action or feel that it is too additional interest payments). This issue needs 60% approval to pass, costly, that you get out and vote. so it is important whether you approve this action or feel that it is too The voting locations are changing again and this election will use costly, that you get out and vote. 13 vote centers. This means you can vote anywhere! See voting The voting locations are changing again and this election will use locations below. 13 vote centers. This means you can vote anywhere! See voting To avoid confusion, please mark your calendar with the date and locations below. the location where you plan to vote. (I had requested that the school To avoid confusion, please mark your calendar with the date and district print this information in the Shopping News for your reference the location where you plan to vote. (I had requested that the school but they refused, so I am printing it for you and paying for it myself.) district print this information in the Shopping News for your reference PUBLIC INPUT UPDATE: As you may know, a new ordinance was but they refused, so I am printing it for you and paying for it myself.) voted on this summer to limit the public input allowed for citizens at PUBLIC INPUT UPDATE: As you may know, a new ordinance was the beginning of the meeting. Unbeknownst to three of us on the voted on this summer to limit the public input allowed for citizens at Council (Myself, Janet Brekke & Pat Starr), this ordinance is also the beginning of the meeting. Unbeknownst to three of us on the limits public input on regular agenda items to three minutes. This Council (Myself, Janet Brekke & Pat Starr), this ordinance is also includes final votes of second readings, hearings and resolutions. limits public input on regular agenda items to three minutes. This These are votes on important citizen issues during this final vote. includes final votes of second readings, hearings and resolutions. Some topics have included the golf course contract, the smoking ban, These are votes on important citizen issues during this final vote. garbage haulers assurance bond, preserving neighborhoods, fair Some topics have included the golf course contract, the smoking ban, and appropriate placement of large apartment buildings, new Sioux garbage haulers assurance bond, preserving neighborhoods, fair Falls Flag, Annexation Guidelines, water and sewer rate increases, and appropriate placement of large apartment buildings, new Sioux Falls Flag, Annexation Guidelines, water and sewer rate increases,

casino placement in neighborhoods the Multi-use parking ramp and street vacations. Some of us on the Council are preparing to bring casino placement in neighborhoods the Multi-use parking ramp and this limited input issue to a public street vacations. Some of us on the Council are preparing to bring discussion and propose legislation this limited input issue to a public that would give ample time for discussion and propose legislation homeowners, concerned citizens and that would give ample time for business/developers to testify and homeowners, concerned citizens and defend their property and concerns. business/developers to testify and As it stands now, a citizen is only defend their property and concerns. allowed to speak for three minutes. As it stands now, a citizen is only We believe that during this important allowed to speak for three minutes. part of the meeting, the citizen should We believe that during this important be allocated more time. Watch for this part of the meeting, the citizen should in the near future. be allocated more time. Watch for this STAY INFORMED AND WATCH in the near future. THE ACTION AT THE COUNCIL STAY INFORMED AND WATCH MEETINGS. I would like to invite you THE ACTION AT THE COUNCIL to tune into the city council meetings on the first three Tuesday nights MEETINGS. I would like to invite you of the month at 7:00. We also have an informational meeting at 4:00. to tune into the city council meetings on the first three Tuesday nights These meetings are broadcast on Midco Channels 16 & 594 and Vast of the month at 7:00. We also have an informational meeting at 4:00. Channels 11 & 511. I am always pleasantly surprised when I run into These meetings are broadcast on Midco Channels 16 & 594 and Vast citizens who have been following the meetings. It seems like more Channels 11 & 511. I am always pleasantly surprised when I run into and more people are tuning in!! You can also attend in person at citizens who have been following the meetings. It seems like more Carnegie Town Hall at 235 W. 10th St. and more people are tuning in!! You can also attend in person at FALLS PARK SAFTEY: We have done so much to beautify the Carnegie Town Hall at 235 W. 10th St. Falls and encourage visitors to enjoy this precious namesake. In FALLS PARK SAFTEY: We have done so much to beautify the our continuing effort to make it as safe as possible, the City Council Falls and encourage visitors to enjoy this precious namesake. In recently voted to build a viewing platform at the Falls where the foam our continuing effort to make it as safe as possible, the City Council forms in the spring. The public will still be able to get up to the water recently voted to build a viewing platform at the Falls where the foam in different areas surrounding of the Falls. There are also discussions forms in the spring. The public will still be able to get up to the water in different areas surrounding the Falls. There also discussions Contact your CityofCouncil with are concerns.

Mayor Paul TenHaken • ptenhaken@siouxfalls.org 367-8000 Janet Brekke (At-Large) • jbrekke@siouxfalls.org 367-8808 Mayor Paul TenHaken • ptenhaken@siouxfalls.org 367-8000 Christine Erickson (At-Large) • cerickson@siouxfalls.org 367-8818 Janet Brekke (At-Large) • jbrekke@siouxfalls.org 367-8808 Christine Erickson (At-Large) • cerickson@siouxfalls.org 367-8818

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Oyate Community Center 1-5 2421 W. 15th Street Oyate Community Center 1-6 2421 W. 15th Street Asbury United Methodist Church 1-6 2425 S Western Ave Asbury United Methodist Church 1-7 2425 S Western Ave First Lutheran Church 1-7 327 S. Dakota Ave First Lutheran Church 1-8 327 S. Dakota Ave Wesley United Methodist Church 1-8 1700 E. 6th Street Wesley United Methodist Church 1700 E. 6th Street

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It’s Back-to-School Time It is back-to-school time in the U.S., which means 50 million more reasons drivers should concentrate on driving safely -- especially around schools, school buses, bus stops, crosswalks and bicycles. About 50 million students attend America’s public elementary and secondary schools. Over 35 million are in prekindergarten through 8th grade. Most have been on summer break and will be heading back to school in the coming weeks. Kids will be commuting to school on foot, by bicycle and by school bus or private vehicles. Nearly 300 children were killed in school transportation-related crashes from 2007-2016. These are preventable deaths, lives cut tragically short. 98 of these children were pedestrians struck by a vehicle. School buses are the safest way for children to commute to and from school. Yet, nearly two-thirds of school-age pedestrians fatally-injured

in school transportation-related crashes are struck when getting on or off a school bus – either by the bus (62%) or other vehicles (38%). So all drivers have got to be extra careful in proximity to school buses and parents need to teach children how to safely board and exit a bus. Parents should also impress upon their children that they should not jaywalk and should always look both ways (left-right-left) before crossing any street. And, of course, those children riding bicycles should wear a good bike helmet. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration website offers many more tips for parents to help their children travel safely to and from school. Drivers should be especially vigilant during the morning and afternoon hours when children are commuting to and from school. From 2007-2010, 80% of school-age pedestrians killed were struck by

vehicles between 6:00-8:00 a.m. and 2:00-5:00 p.m. 72% of the 174 children fatally injured while in school buses or other vehicles were killed during those same hours. Children can move quickly, and it’s more important than ever for drivers to be alert and able to react quickly and not be impaired by fatigue, medications or any other substances. There is no phone call, text, e-mail or social media post more important than the safety of children. There is no destination more urgent than the safety of children. So let’s all do a better job of looking out for one another, especially America’s youngsters, and always while driving.

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Four military veterans have been named top finalists for the 2018 Transition Trucking: Driving For Excellence award. Veterans Mordaunt “Platt” Brabner, Summar Hanks, Quinton Ward and Christopher Young were announced as finalists during a ceremony at the Great American Trucking Show, making it the first time in the award’s history that there have been four top finalists instead of three due to a tie. “We had something that happened this year that’s never occurred before in my involvement,” said Fastport President Brad Bentley about the tie. Bentley said they rely on a panel of multiple judges to try to avoid a tie “but we couldn’t do that this year,” he said. The award is a partnership

between Fastport, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes initiative, and Kenworth. The award recognizes rookie truck drivers who are U.S. military veterans. The winner will be announced Dec. 14 at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in the Hall of Flags. They will receive a fully-loaded 2018 Kenworth T-680 valued at $155,000. The winner will be decided via public voting, which runs Oct. 1 – Nov. 1 on the Transition Trucking website. Mordaunt “Platt” Brabner: Brabner drives for TMC Transportation and served in the Marines and the Navy. He spent time as a Naval Flight Officer before honorably retiring from the Navy. Brabner has bachelor degrees in professional aeronautics

Transition Trucking Award Finalists Named and electronic engineering from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. He also has an executive master of business administration (EMBA) from the University of Nebraska. Summar Hanks: U.S. Xpress driver Summar Hanks served as an information management specialist in the U.S. Air Force. Hanks started trucking in May 2017 after joining the Louisiana Air National Guard. She is set to graduate soon from Trident University with a degree in business management. Quinton Ward: Werner Enterprises’ Quinton Ward wore many hats during his time in the U.S. Army, including Bradley fighting vehicle system trainer, quartermaster, chemical equipment repairer and BCC battalion career counselor. He was medically retired in 2010 and after receiving six years of medical treatment, Ward decided to get his CDL with the help of the VA Vocational Rehabilitation Program. Christopher Young: Stevens Transport driver Christopher Young spent time in the U.S. Army as a petroleum supply specialist. Young continues to serve his country as an Army reservist, which he does alongside his trucking career.


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Welcome to the Fall Parade of Homes The Home Builders Association of the Sioux Empire (HBASE) is excited to welcome everyone out to the 2018 Fall Parade of Homes™ from September 15-16 & 22-23. Newly constructed homes will be showcasing the hottest trends in the home building industry. Builders have been working around the clock to get homes ready for this big event. Homes will be located in Sioux Falls, Brandon, Harrisburg and Tea. Come out and tour these amazing homes, all at no charge (except for the two Feature Homes). The Feature Homes that will be showcased on this year’s event will be home #43 built by Complete Contracting, Inc. and home #47 built by Jeren Homes, Inc. Proceeds from the $5 admission (kids under 5 free) to tour each of the Feature Homes will benefit the Sioux Empire Home Builders Care Foundation. The Care Foundation supports scholarships, Tools for Schools and the annual Repair Affair™ program.

All Parade homes range in price from the $160,000 to more than $1,000,000. Homes will be open Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00PM to 5:00PM all four days. Directional maps are available in this issue of Shopping News and new for this event, check out the interactive map online at hbasiouxempire.com. An added benefit to tour the Parade of Homes is that the builders and at times, even their suppliers, will be available onsite to answer questions regarding the homes. What a great way to talk to the experts oneon-one! If you have many questions for them, it is suggested you schedule a time to meet with them later so all your questions can be properly answered. A few tips before you venture out to see the beautiful homes. Builders will ask that you remove your shoes before entering the home. For this reason, it is best to wear slip-on shoes and don’t forget your socks (bare feet are

not allowed in some homes). Remember that many of these homes are presold so that means once the event is over, someone else will be moving into this space. Let’s keep it clean for the new homeowners by not bringing in food or drinks, especially gum or sticky candy. If you plan to bring children, please keep a close eye on them at all times. It is easy for kids to get distracted in these homes and become adventurous. Please be considerate as you are a guest in someone else’s home and please do not let your children roam around unattended. It is best to map out the homes you wish to tour before heading out. You’ll notice they are broken down into price categories and also numbered by regions. Take note that some homes are marked as a Level 1 which indicates they are not 100% completed in the construction phase but they are safe to walk through. Last but most certainly

The Home Builders Care Foundation Gives Back The Sioux Empire Home Builders Care Foundation was established in 2007 as a 501 (c) 3 charitable, non-profit organization. The Care Foundation's activities include funding housing related community service projects, providing scholarships for students going into the building trades and financially supporting other industry related educational opportunities. See a selection of programs below which make use of the funds. The Care Foundation is funded by direct donations in addition to various public fundraisers such any Feature Homes on the Spring or Fall Parade of Homes™. Workforce Development Grants The Workforce Development Grant program serves to provide funding for projects that address a demonstrated need in the building industry, encourage and attract competent people to a career in the construction trades and create a positive

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not least, keep this issue of the Shopping News for future reference. Often times, after visiting multiple homes, it can get challenging to remember which homes had which features. Take this issue with you and jot notes in it. Then you can reference it after the event concludes and even hold onto it for the next year as you plan your next dream home. For more information on this event or the Home Builders Association of the Sioux Empire, please visit them online at hbasiouxempire.com or call their office at 605-3618322.

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Repair Affair Day Repair Affair day allows volunteers to donate their time and expertise to someone in need. The focus of Repair Affair is on making homes more accessible for the elderly or permanently disabled with items such as wheelchair ramps and grab bars. Since 1993, more than 240 projects have been completed with a total of more than 5,700 volunteer hours.

Summer Construction Camp 2018 marked the third year of the annual Summer Construction Camp which is held by the Sioux Falls Career and Technical Education (CTE) Academy and the Care Foundation. The camp was created for 7th and 8th graders that are showing an interest in carpentry, construction and woodworking. The camp includes four half days of hands-on activities. Students learn about basic safety, hand tool operation, basic skills in the carpentry trade and have an opportunity to assist in building projects.

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824 N. Anthem Dr., Sioux Falls 201 N. Harvest Hill Cir., Sioux Falls 8205 E. Mystic Dr., Sioux Falls 905 S. Buckeye Ave., Sioux Falls 908 S. Buckeye Ave., Sioux Falls 1117 S. Torrey Pine Ln., Sioux Falls 8532 E. Willow Ridge Pl.,Sioux Falls 2213 S. Firestone Ln., Sioux Falls 6505 E. 33rd St., Sioux Falls 2505 S. Moss Stone Ave., Sioux Falls 5708 E. Meadow Oak Cir., Sioux Falls 5713 E. Meadow Oak Cir., Sioux Falls 5712 E. Mahogany Cir., Sioux Falls 7409 E. Corinth St., Sioux Falls 6816 E. Smyrna Cir., Sioux Falls 3617 S. Infield Ave., Sioux Falls 4809 E. 53rd St., Sioux Falls 4104 S. Sawtooth Tr., Sioux Falls 4300 S. Poppies Ave., Sioux Falls

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EVENTS & CLUBS VFW JM BLISS POST 628 Burgers, Bingo & Brews every Tuesday & Thursday at the VFW JM Bliss Post 628, 3601 S. Minnesota Ave. Burger: 1/3 lb. burger & fries only $6 from 4:30-8pm. Bingo: Early bird at 6pm, regular at 7pm. Brews: $2 domestic bottled beer. Slack Water Jack Band Live Performance Saturday, Sept. 15 from 8pm12am at the VFW JM Bliss Post 628, 3601 S. Minnesota Ave. $8 cover at the door. For more information on these events, call (605) 338-9421. S.F. STAMP CLUB MEETING 1st Wednesday of the month at 7pm held at Caille Branch Library, 4100 Carnegie Circle, off W. 49th St. Collectors of all ages are welcome. S.F. SOCIAL SINGLES FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER Sept. 14: Cody’s Steak House, 6401 S. Louise Ave. Join us for food, fun and conversation if

you are 40+. Join us for Sunday Afternoon Coffee and Conversation at the E. 10th Street HyVee Market Grill, 3 pm. All dinners are at 6:30pm unless otherwise specified. For more info, call (605) 201-9881 or (605) 3601908. BRUNCH W/GUEST SPEAKER Zion Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls is hosting a brunch & guest speaker on September 15th at 9:30 am. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the Zion Lutheran Church office. The featured speaker is the Rev. & Author Fred Davis and his wife Judy. Their background is very much involved in mission work, especially in how first world churches can reach out and assist those suffering in third world countries. Primarily his focus has been on basic humanitarian aide in lifting out of poverty, by means of: safe drinking water, hunger (Food for the Hungry), feminine supplies (Days for Girls), and

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$35 Adult /Survivor $15 Kids 12 and Under. Join us for this annual celebration as we raise funds for local breast health programs and breast cancer research. Various activities are available for all ages and activity levels with a walk beginning at 9:30 a.m. Net proceeds fund breast health programs in South Dakota and research to find the cures. For more information, visit www. komengreatplains.org or check us out on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! Online registration opens June 18 at www.komengreatplains.org Save $10 on adult and breast cancer survivor registrations from June 18-22 only using the discount code EARLY18. For more information, call (605) 271-1751. ADULT EVENTS AT SIOUXLAND LIBRARIES Now through September: Art Exhibit: Leah Simmons held at the Downtown Library. Works by the Sioux Falls artist will be featured at the Downtown Library throughout August and

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art and activities at the Falls Art Market from 9:00am-4:00pm. For those who want to create a cast iron souvenir, arrive between 9:00am-noon to carve a design in sand (scratch tile). Later, watch the piece poured in molten iron. $30 fee per scratch block. Family-friendly event. www.bronzeagefsd.com Facebook@bronzeageartcasting or call 605-977-7644, email bronzeageartcasting@gmail. com. BronzeAge Art Casting, 1110 N Weber Ave. HARVEST FESTIVAL SUPPER Saturday, Sept. 22nd held at West Nidaros Lutheran Church 25403 471st Avenue, Crooks, SD ( 3 miles N and 1 mile E of Crooks). Bake Sale, Crafts, Farmer’s Market. Begins at 4 p.m., Supper is 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in our Family Life Center. Menu: Roast beef, mashed potatoes/ gravy, corn, fruit salads, bars and Norwegian goodies. Adult: $12, Youth: ages 6 to 10 years: $5 Children 5 years and under: Free. We are handicapped accessible! Carry-outs are available!! VETERANS STAND DOWN EVENT Giving Veterans and their families a hand up and not a hand out is the goal of a Veterans Stand Down in Sioux Falls on September 21, 2018. This event is part of VA’s efforts to reach all Veterans and is a commitment to ending homelessness. Activities will begin at 9:00 a.m. and continue until 2:00 p.m. at the VFW Post 628 at 3601 S. Minnesota Avenue. Shuttle service will be provided every half hour from 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at the Vet Center on 49th & Carnegie and the VOA Dakotas Veteran Services Center at 14th& Cliff. Onthe-spot help including clothing, community housing referrals, medical treatment, readjustment counseling, legal assistance, and women Veterans’ services will be available. Brunch will be served. Area community agencies partner with VA in making this event possible. We respect the privacy of the Veterans attending the stand down and would be pleased to provide the media with news availability and interviews upon request. Please contact Shirley Redmond, VA Public Affairs Officer, at (605) 333-6889. HANGER DANCE Saturday, Sept. 22 from 6:3011PM. The dance will take place in the Maverick Air Center Hanger which is located at the north end of the Sioux Falls Airport, Foss Field. Admission is $20. Dance to the music of a live Big Band under the wings of a WWII aircraft in a hanger just like 1945. Swing dance lessons will be provided at the beginning of the evening and light appetizers will be served with a cash bar. Visit www.cafjoefoss.com for more info and to purchase tickets. SOUTH DAKOTA RACE FOR THE CURE Sunday, Sept. 23 from 7-11am held at Falls Park. Admission:

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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Brooke didn’t believe that Ridge’s executive decision at Forrester was financial and not personal. Steffy made it known to Hope that she was taking charge of her own life and didn’t need a man to feel complete. Things began to heat up between Xander and Emma, but Emma pulled back from his kiss and told him she was not ready. Quinn gave her full support to Ridge. After years of sibling rivalry, Thorne felt that Ridge finally had his back. Meanwhile, Brooke met with Katie and pushed for her to drop her custody suit against Bill. Steffy asked Ridge if his desire to see Bill lose his son was really just payback. Zoe tried to seduce Xander. Thorne made a beautiful proposal of marriage. Wait to See: Hope learns about Sally’s role in the Intimates line. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Bonnie pressured Lucas to help ensure her freedom. Belle and John had a tense discussion about Marlena’s fate. Kayla advised Jennifer to tell Eric the truth. Paul received some devastating news. John felt betrayed by Belle’s actions. Jennifer put Eve on notice. Lucas told Chloe about Bonnie’s claim. John continued to fight to save Marlena. Sami was upset to hear about her mother’s condition. Hope had a heated argument with Rafe about Sami. Ben surprised Ciara with a very special gift. Marlena’s loved ones gathered to say their emotional goodbyes. Wait to See: Against his better judgment, Rafe breaks the rules to help Sami. GENERAL HOSPITAL Maxie cautioned Nina. Valentin received an important update from Curtis. Brad had mixed feelings. Carly was livid, while Michael felt tormented. Sonny demanded answers. Drew spent some quality time with Sam. Franco felt very unnerved and began doubting himself. Liz was extremely upset with Cameron. Mike felt shaken. Chase shared his discovery. Oscar acted impulsively. Margaux  and Jordan collaborated on a mission. Kristina opened up to Sam. Maxie felt confused while Peter gained a little perspective. Jordan and  Margaux  continued to brainstorm. Kim tore into Drew. Nina remained hopeful. Wait to See: Franco has an interesting encounter. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Victor gave his blessing for Nikki and Victoria to attend the Dark Horse event without him. Nick assured Sharon that he was still the same man inside, but she still feared that he was turning into his ruthless father. Kyle decided not to collect on his bet from Summer because he wanted their time together to mean something. After Abby’s pep talk, Arturo accepted a permanent position with Dark Horse. Rey continued to raise Sharon’s suspicions, especially when he went out of his way to get in tight with the Newman family. Despite her relief that Tessa was back in her life, Mariah remained concerned about her true motives. Summer discovered that she had lingering feelings for Kyle, and the two shared a charged moment. Wait to See: Sharon celebrates a big milestone.

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held at the El Riad Shrine, 501 S Phillips Ave. This dance is usually held the 2nd Friday of every month at the El Riad Shrine, 14th and Phillips, in downtown Sioux Falls, on the best dance floor in the region. Admission: $14 per person, $7 with student ID. Attend the only Big Band Ballroom Dance in the area! Each month, a big band gets the crowd moving and shaking with music from the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s. All ages and abilities are welcome. Swing is the most popular dance among the crowd but several others are danced as well. They include: Waltz, Foxtrot, Rumba, Cha Cha, Tango, 2-Step, Jitterbug and Polka. This is a great opportunity to learn and experience these great social dances! 6:45 pm lesson 7:30 - 10:30 dance. For more information, call (605) 338-3685. FALL PARADE OF HOMES Saturdays, Sept. 15 & 22 from 1-5pm; Sundays, Sept. 16 & 23 from 1-5pm. Homes are located throughout the Sioux Empire. Tour newly constructed homes for free during the 2018 Fall Parade of Homes. Homes in all price ranges will be located throughout the Sioux Empire. This event is free to attend. For more information, visit hbasiouxempire.com/events/fallparade-of-homes or call (605) 361-8322. HARVEST IRON POUR Hot metal. Cool art. Saturday, Sept 22 starting 2:00pm. 1. SCIENCE: What at is the study of Admission is free, this istoamechanfamily heat and its transformation ical energy called? friendly event. All ages are invited 2. LANGUAGE: What is the symbol toassociated bring a lawn chair andletter watch a with the Greek “Delta” (uppercase)? fiery, molten outdoor iron pour at 3. MUSIC: Which city isArt hometown 2:00pm at BronzeAge Castto the Red Hot Chili Peppers band? ing4. in Sioux Falls What to celebrate PSYCHOLOGY: is the fear represented tachophobia? the first dayin of Fall. The Harvest 5. ANIMAL KINGDOM: is a Iron Pour is hosted byWhat Nordic male rabbit called? Iron and BronzeAge. Held rain 6. GEOGRAPHY: Which two AfrinationsArrive joined to become orcanshine. early andTanzania enjoy

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education. Some of the organizations he has experience with are: Samaritan’s Purse, Compassion International, and World Vision. For more information, call (605) 338-5226. 3RD ANNUAL ANGELS OF LIGHT BENEFIT September 21 held at the District, 4521 West Empire Place. Benefit doors open at 6pm, concert doors open at 8:30pm. VIP Table cost $1,000, limited number available. You will receive recognition as a leader in the community that supports a mission committed to providing local support for those with cancer, right here in the Sioux Empire Region. For more information or to reserve today, visit GuidinghandSD.tix.com. THE GOOD PUMPKIN FALL FESTIVAL Mark your calendars for the Good Pumpkin, a fun, family event! Saturday, Sept. 15 from 9AM–5PM held at Landscape Garden Centers, 7201 S. Minnesota Avenue. We have carnival games, an obstacle course, bouncy house, scavenger hunt, horse rides, petting zoo and a freewill donation lunch. We are excited to host our special guests this year: South Dakota Ghostbusters, Sioux Falls Fire Rescue and Sioux Falls Herpetological Society! In celebration of the season, enjoy 35% off storewide (some exclusions apply). A portion of the proceeds from the Good Pumpkin will benefit The Teddy Bear Den, whose mission is to promote healthier pregnancies, healthier babies and a healthier community. For more information, call (605) 338-0706 or visit https://www.facebook.com/ events/1097770533681543/ BIG BAND BALLROOM DANCE Friday, Sept. 14 from 6:45-11PM

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the right choice for the job. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) That new workplace problem should be dealt with as soon as possible. Leaving it unresolved for too long could lead to an even more unsettling and time-consuming situation. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) You might have to do some fancy juggling to keep both your work responsibilities and personal obligations on track. But ultimately, you’ll work it all out, as you always do. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) You might hear some upsetting things about a situation in your life. But don’t be swayed by talk. Demand proof before making any decisions on the matter. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Don’t risk depleting those precious energy levels by taking on more tasks than you can realistically handle. Also, remember to ask for help when you need it. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) It might be difficult for the Aquarian who is used to giving advice to take counsel when offered. But it’s a good idea to listen to what trusted friends feel you should know. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Things might be a little unsettled as you move through a period of reassessment. But once you get your priorities sorted out, you should be ready to tackle an important decision. BORN THIS WEEK: You’re able to achieve a happy balance in your productive life by never feeling overwhelmed or underappreciated.

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) The changing season brings new experiences as well as challenges for the ever-adventurous Aries. Your social life expands, as do the opportunities at your workplace. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) That recent period of uncertainty has passed. You now can now feel more confident about making decisions, especially those that relate to an important personal relationship. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Although you might be faced with a number of tasks on your to-do list, try to take time out to enjoy the arts. Music, especially, can be soothing to the sensitive soul of a Gemini. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) A disagreement with a colleague or friend is best resolved with open and frank discussion. Trying to force the other party to see things your way is bound to backfire. LEO (July 23 to August 22) That Leonine pride might be ruffled by a colleague’s challenge to one of your pet ideas. But stop growling and listen. You could learn something that will work to your advantage. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Someone in authority might decide to select you as a candidate for a project that carries more responsibilities. Be prepared to show why you’re

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It’s hard to estimate how many contracts are lost because players get overly upset after running into a bad suit break. A significant part of the skill in bridge consists of keeping your cool when the unexpected strikes, and then calmly doing the best you can under the circumstances. Take the present case where South discovered early in the play that all five missing trumps were banked against him. When dummy first appeared, it seemed his only possible losers were

a spade, a heart and a diamond. But when declarer ruffed the club lead and played the ace of trumps, East did not follow suit, and it now seemed South would have to lose two trump tricks. But faint heart ne’er won fair lady, and South did not promptly abandon all hope. Instead, he focused all his efforts on finding a solution to his predicament. He knew that his chances of winning a diamond finesse were very poor on the bidding, so he decided to try to eliminate one of his trump losers. Accordingly, at trick three he led a heart to dummy’s jack. East won with the ace and returned a heart to the queen. Declarer then ruffed a club, played a heart to the king and ruffed another club. Next came a diamond to the ace, deliberately rejecting the finesse, followed by another diamond to East’s king. At this point, South was down to only the K-J-10-8 of spades, while West’s last four cards were the Q-9-76. When East now led a club, declarer trumped with the ten. West realized he’d be finished if he overruffed, so he chose instead to underruff with the six. South countered by next leading the eight of spades. West won with the nine, but then had to lead from the Q-7 into declarer’s K-J, and the contract was home.

September. Her work is an exploration of color and lines on the unexpected canvas of animal skulls. Organic elements and geometric shapes allow the viewer to admire the beauty inherent in the structure of the bones as well as their interplay with the art. For more information, contact the Downtown Library at 367-8700. FIRST FRIDAY ART & WINE WALK Friday, October 5 from 5-9p. Several locations on the east and west side of the river downtown Sioux Falls, located at 230 S. Phillips Ave. Admission is free. Walk both sides of the river where you’ll find a wide variety of artists to greet you and wine samples to warm you at several locations in Downtown Sioux Falls. Viewing the art and meeting artists is free, and check dtsf. com for information on how to enjoy sampling wine at each location. For more information, call (605) 338-4009. FETCHING FALL CRAFT AND BAKE SALE Saturday, October 6 from 11am5pm. Located at the SFAHS Classroom, 3720 East Benson Road. Admission: Free Will Donation. Fall and Halloween theme decor and baked goods for sale! All proceeds benefit the Sioux Falls Area Humane Society! For more information, call (605) 338-4441.

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Stevens 12:15 p.m., Rapid City Central 1:30 p.m. THURSDAY, SEPT. 13 MONDAY, SEPT. 17 • Girls Tennis: Varsity and JV vs. Brandon Valley 4 p.m. at WHS •Football: JV vs. Harrisburg 3:30 p.m. at WHS • Softball: Varsity and JV doubleheaders vs. Roosevelt 6 p.m. at Sherman Park •Parent/Teacher: Conferences 4-7:30 p.m. at WHS; conferences continue 4-7:30 p.m. Sept. 24 FRIDAY, SEPT. 14 •College Night: 5:30-7:30 p.m. at WHS • Boys Golf: Varsity Mitchell Invitational 10:30 a.m. at Mitchell Lake View Golf Course TUESDAY, SEPT. 18 • Football: Varsity Orange Letter Days Homecoming game vs. Mitchell 5 p.m. • Boys Golf: Varsity City Meet 1 p.m. at Prairie Green Golf Course; JV City Meet 4 p.m. at at Howard Wood Field Elmwood Golf Course SATURDAY, SEPT. 15 • Volleyball: At O’Gorman—freshmen and JV 4:30 p.m. sophomores 5:30 p.m., varsity 7 p.m. • Marching Band: Wildcat Classic Competition in Omaha, Neb., 8 a.m. • Competition Cheer and Dance: Huron Invitational 5 p.m. at Huron Arena • Cross Country: Huron Invitational 9 a.m. at Broadland Creek Country Club in Huron • Softball: Varsity and JV doubleheaders vs. Lincoln 6 p.m. at Sherman Park • Volleyball: Freshman Invitational 9 a.m. in Luverne, Minn. Washington High School This Week at WHS: Orange Letter Dakota Homecoming will take place at WHS this week, cul• Football: Freshman vs. Brookings 11 a.m. at Brookings High School 501 N. Sycamore Ave. minating with the Homecoming Carnival, Pizza Feed, Variety Show and Pep Rally for students • Competition Cheer & Dance: Bobcat Invitational 11 a.m. at Swiftel Center in Brookings Sioux Falls, SD 57110 during the day, football game vs. Mitchell at 5 p.m. at Howard Wood Field, and student dance • Soccer: vs. Watertown at Yankton Trail Park JV 11 a.m., varsity 1 p.m.— (605) 367-7970 at 8 p.m. Friday. First semester parent/teacher conferences will begin Monday, Sept. 17, and girls on Field 10, boys on Field 8 continue on Monday, Sept. 24 from 4-7:30 p.m. both nights. • Volleyball: JV and varsity East vs. West Matches at Lincoln High School—vs. Rapid City •Washington High School: sf.k12.sd.us/schools/high-schools/washington •NOW Student Newspaper: whsnow.com •WHS Booster Club: whsbooster.com •Metro Conference Calendar:metroconferencesd.org Note: All events are subject to cancellation and/or change. Check the WHS calendar at metroconferencesd.org for updates and details.

LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL EVENT CALENDAR THURSDAY, SEPT. 13 Girls Tennis 2:30p.m. vs. Brookings @Harrisburg Girls Tennis 5p.m. vs. Harrsburg @Harrisburg SALSA 3:30p.m. @ LHS A207 Freshman Football 4:15p.m. vs. Harrisburg @Howard Wood Volleyball 4:30p.m. vs. Mitchell @ Mitchell Girls JV Soccer 4:30p.m. and Boys JV @7:30p.m. vs. BVHS @Brandon McHardy Park Boys Varsity Soccer @ 4:30p.m. Girls Varisty Soccer 7:30p.m. @ BVHS Softball 6p.m. vs. OGHS @Sherman Park FRIDAY, SEPT. 14 Boys Golf 10a.m. @Lake View Golf Course in Mitchell Boys Varsity Football 8p.m. vs. OGHS @Howard Wood

SATURDAY, SEPT. 15 Cross Country TBD @Iowa State University Volleyball 9a.m. vs. Luverne @Luverne Cheer and Dance Invitational 11a.m. @Brookings Swiftel Center Volleyball 11a.m. vs. Rapid City Stevens and Central @LHS MONDAY, SEPT. 17 Girls Tennis 1p.m.and 4p.m. vs. Lennox & Mitchell @LHS Parent Teacher Conferences 4:30-7:30p.m. @LHS JV Football @4:30p.m. vs. BVHS@BVHS Softball 6p.m. vs. Mitchell @ Sherman Park TUESDAY, SEPT. 18 Boys Golf 1p.m. @Prairie Green Golf Course Volleyball 4:30p.m. vs. Watertown @Watertown Cheer and Dance Competition 5:30 p.m. @Huron Arena Softball 6p.m. vs.Watertown @Waterown

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Cakes is back, serving up all the pancakes you can eat, plus sausage, beverage, and a whole lot of personality! Tickets are $7 in advance, $8 at the door. Kids 5 and under eat free. You can get tickets at any Sioux Falls LifeScape facility or get them at any Nyberg’s Ace! This year’s proceeds will provide breakfasts and lunches for low-income adults with disabilities, as well as specialized training needed for children and adults with specific support needs. For more Infor-

mation, call (605) 444-9500. AUTUMN FESTIVAL AN ARTS AND CRAFTS AFFAIR Friday & Saturday, October 26 & 27 from 11am-9pm; Sunday, October 28 from 10am-5pm. Located at 1201 N. West Avenue. Take Exit 81 off I-29, then East 1 mile to the Convention Center on your right. Admission: $8 Adults & $7. Seniors & Children Under 10 Free. Hundreds of the nation’s finest artists and crafters display and sell their handcrafted works. Our Arts & Crafts tour of shows

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are consistently ranked in the Top 100 Shows in the Country by Sunshine Artist Magazine. Music, hourly gift certificate winners, plenty of food & drink, lots of family fun, and free parking! Show hours: Friday 11am to 9pm; Saturday 9am to 7pm; Sunday 10am to 5pm. Admission prices: Adults $8, Seniors $7, Children Under 10 are Free. Visit our website for more information at www.hpifestivals.com or call (402) 331-2889. RAKE THE TOWN 2018 Friday & Saturday, October 26 & 27 from 8am-8pm. Supplies will be available for pick up on the days of the event and the Thursday prior at Active Generations. Location is south of the Western Mall, on 46th Street between Western and Kiwanis. Please use the West entrance. This city-wide event serves individuals in Sioux Falls over the age of 60 who don’t have family available in the area to help with yard work & are not financially or physically able to do the work themselves. Individuals under 60 with a documented physical disability are eligible. Registration began Sept. 1, 2018. Homeowners: Call the Helpline Center at 211 and ask to be added to the list. You need to register each year even with prior participation! Volunteers: Go to http://helplinecenter.org/

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DOWNTOWN TROLLEY 10am - 8pm Friday & Saturday; 11am - 5pm Sunday in the Downtown Area. For more information, call (605) 338-4009. DOWNTOWN FARMERS’ MARKET AT FALLS PARK Saturdays at 8am thru October 27, 2018 Downtown Sioux Falls. For more information, call (605) x338-4009. APPLE CORE OR SIOUXLAND If you want to learn more about using your Mac computer, Iphone, or Ipad, join us at AppleCore of Siouxland. We have monthly meetings on the third Tuesday after 6:30pm in Room 128 at the center. We shre ideas with fellow Apple users and welcome questions and answers in our group. Try us out! For more information, email colbyjoemary@sio.midco.net or pick up one of our newsletters at MacPros or MacDoctors. Or visit at www.facebook.com/applecore. ofsiouxland.

SENIORS ACTIVE GENERATIONS: AUGUST DANCE SCHEDULE Sept.11: Doc Holiday. Sept. 18: Norgaard Country. Sept. 25: Howard Country. Cost: Members: $5; Non-members: $6. Held at Active Generations, 2300 W 46th St. Public is Welcome!

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Tumeric: Ancient spice has modern benefits

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SIOUX FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT ELEMENTARY Thursday: Chicken and Gravy, WG Rice, Green Beans, Fresh Fruit Friday: WG Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs, Dragon Juice, Applesauce Monday: BBQ Beef on WG Bun, Baked Beans, Pineapple Tuesday: WG Stuffed Bread Stick with Marinara Sauce, Tossed Salad, Fresh Fruit Wednesday: WG Fish Tenders, Corn, Peaches, WG Dinner Roll SIOUX FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT SECONDARY Thursday: BBQ Beef Ribbette WG Bun, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Friday: Chicken Strips, Baked Seasoned Potato, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar, WG Dinner Roll Monday: Beef Patty on WG Bun, French Fries, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Tuesday: WG Chili Dog, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar Wednesday: WG Cherry Blossom Chicken, WG General Tos’s Chicken, WG Rice, Vegetable Bar, Fruit Bar BRANDON VALLEY Thursday: Chicken Nuggets, Oven Baked French Fries, WG Dinner Roll, California Blend Vegetables, Mandarin Oranges,

Mini Corn Dogs Friday: Macaroni & Cheese, WG Garlic Breadstick, Steamed Peas, Tropical Fruit, WG Chicken Patty on WG Bun Monday: Scrambled Eggs, WG Pancakes, Apple Juicy Juice, BBQ Pork Nachos Tuesday: Teriyaki Meatballs, Steamed WG Rice, Green Beans, WG Dinner Roll, Mixed Fruit, Beef & Broccoli Stir-Fry with RIce Wednesday: Chicken Alfredo with WG Pasta, WG Garlic Breadstick, Steamed Broccoli, Sliced Peaches, Spaghetti & Meatsauce SIOUX FALLS CHRISTIAN Thursday: A-Chili, cinnamon roll, mandarin oranges, B-Taco salad bar, C-Chicken fajita soup, D-Ham & cheese sandwich Friday: A-Hamburger, oven fries, fresh fruit, B-Chicken bacon ranch pizza, C-Chicken enchilada soup, D-Chicken salad sandwich Monday: A-Soft taco, corn, peaches, donut holes, B-Charger burger & fries, CCheesy chicken tortellini soup, D-Ham & cheese sub Tuesday: A-Corn dog, potato chips, green beans, mandarin oranges, B-Buffalo chicken pizza, C-Minestrone soup, DTurkey & cheese sandwich Wednesday: A-Chicken patty on bun, tossed salad, mixed

vegs, applesauce, B-Grilled cheese, Doritos, C-Chicken pot pie soup, D-Turkey & cheese sub LENNOX SCHOOL DISTRICT Thursday: Sriracha Cheese Burger with Sweet Potato Fries, En Fuego Bean and Cheese Burrito, Veggie Pinwheel, Taco Salad in a Tostada Bowl, Seasonal Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Friday: Chicken Enchilada, Seasoned Brown Rice, Pepperoni French Bread Pizza, Bean and Cheese Chalupa, SideKicks, Asian Chicken Salad & Dinner Roll, Seasonal Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Monday: Chicken Noodle Soup & Deli Sandwich, Chicken Pretzel Dog Cheese, Stuffed Breadsticks, Tuna Salad with Roll, Seasonal Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Tuesday: Hot n’ Spicy Chicken Patty Sandwich, Chicken Tamale in Green Sauce & Beans, Bean & Cheese Pupusa, Mediterranean Salad with Roll, Seasonal Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Wednesday: Baked Potato Bar & Roll, Shredded Beef and Green Chili Burrito, Creamy Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Taco Salad in a Tostada Bowl, Seasonal Fresh Fruits & Vegetables

Turmeric has “spiced up” the news over the past few years! It’s a unique ingredient with an ancient history. Turmeric is thought to have originated in India over 5,000 years ago. It’s also a common ingredient in Chinese medicine and is the centerpiece of Ayurveda, a traditional Indian medicine. Turmeric is a spice present in nearly every Indian curry dish, and its flavor is best described as earthy. Indians also use turmeric in prewedding rituals and apply it to their face Photograph by Depositphotos as a mask. Marco Polo was introduced to turmeric on his journey to China in 1280. Since then it’s been hailed as the poor man’s saffron. However, the only thing the spices have in common is their bright color. Turmeric is the root of the curcuma longa plant. The root’s flesh has an intense orange color that becomes yellow when dried. Turmeric gives ballpark mustard its bright yellow shade and also is used as a textile dye. Curcumin, the compound responsible for turmeric’s vibrant yellow pigment, is believed to have anti-inflammatory, anticancer and antioxidant properties, according to early findings from animal and lab studies. It’s often used as a natural remedy for joint pain. It’s also well known for its antiseptic properties and is commonly applied to wounds. Research shows turmeric may be effective for relieving an upset stomach and for reducing osteoarthritis pain. In some studies, the effectiveness of the spice compared favorably with that reported for pharmaceuticals, according to a National Institutes of Health report. “Turmeric’s benefits are attributed to its antiinflammatory and antioxidant action,” said Dr. Pam Duitsman, nutrition and health education specialist with University of Missouri Extension.  “The best news is that turmeric is a spice that can accomplish its health-promoting work with virtually no adverse side effects. It is easy to reap the health benefits of turmeric by cooking with it, rather than taking it as a supplement.” I’ve enjoyed finding ways to use this beautiful golden spice in my daily recipes. I love the intense color and flavors that result when I add a 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric and some lemon pepper to my scrambled eggs. No matter what the weather looks like outside, it’s always sunny in my kitchen! I’ve also added turmeric to the variety of spices I mix together to season meats and vegetables. Use turmeric sparingly, as it can impart a medicinal flavor to food when used in large quantities. That’s why some chefs warn that “you should see it but not taste it.” Typically, most recipes recommend combining

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turmeric with black pepper. Black pepper contains a compound called piperine, which inhibits the metabolic breakdown of turmeric in the gut and the liver. This allows higher levels of turmeric compounds to remain in the body (i.e., it increases its bioavailability), which may increase the effects of turmeric. However, it also can affect the breakdown of other compounds, including certain drugs. If you’re unsure about how combining turmeric and black pepper will affect your prescription medicines, consult your doctor. Turmeric is the star of this spice blend and adds a burst of flavor to my recipe for Spiced Golden Milk. You also may want to add 1/2 teaspoon of Turmeric Spice Blend to recipes for vinaigrettes, pizza dough, rice dishes, eggs and egg salad, sauteed vegetables, lentils, soups and smoothies.

TURMERIC SPICE BLEND 2 tablespoons turmeric 2 teaspoons ground cardamom 2 teaspoons ground ginger 2 teaspoons black pepper 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg Combine ingredients in a jar. Cover tightly and shake before using. Keep in a cool, dark place. Makes about 1/2 cup. SPICED GOLDEN MILK Drinking Spiced Golden Milk before going to bed helps to relieve joint pain and induce sleep. 1 cup water 2 tablespoons turmeric spice blend 1 cup unsweetened non-dairy milk, preferably coconut milk or almond milk 1 tablespoon honey, agave syrup or stevia 1 tablespoon virgin coconut oil 1. Place water in a medium saucepan over high heat. Whisk in turmeric spice blend and stir until the mixture is well-combined, about 2 to 3 minutes. Add coconut or almond milk, honey and coconut oil to the turmeric mixture in the saucepan. Bring to a low boil. Reduce heat to low and simmer, stirring occasionally, until flavors have melded, about 6 to 7 minutes. 2. Golden milk can be made up to 5 days ahead of time. Allow the milk to cool, store it in an airtight glass container and keep it refrigerated. Shake the milk to combine, and warm before serving. Makes 2 cups. *** Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children’s author, culinary historian and the author of seven cookbooks. To see how-to videos, recipes and much, more, Like Angela Shelf Medearis, The Kitchen Diva! on Facebook. Recipes may not be reprinted without permission from Angela Shelf Medearis. © 2018 King Features Synd., Inc., and Angela Shelf Medearis

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TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH Is peanut butter a possible cure for insomnia? DEAR DR. ROACH: Several years ago, I attended a presentation about insomnia. A registered nurse discussed how, in her career as a nursing home nurse, she had many residents with insomnia. She stated that she had amazing success with these residents. The snack they gave residents was crackers and cheese or peanut butter crackers. I was skeptical at first, then one night at 2 a.m., on my fourth night of insomnia, I tried eating 2 teaspoons of peanut butter. Bingo! I slept. Whenever my insomnia occurs, I eat 2 teaspoons of peanut butter, and in less than 15 minutes I’m sleeping. I use a nothing-fancy store brand of peanut butter. Please pass this information on to other readers with an explanation. -- B.J.T. ANSWER: I appreciate your writing to give another option for this common problem. One reason that some people think this may work is that the protein content in peanut butter is a source of tryptophan, which increases serotonin levels to help one relax. I also have read that this effect is so small as to be clinically meaningless, and that any sleep effect is due to placebo. I suspect the truth is a combination. Two tablespoons of peanut butter is almost 200 calories, so this is not a good choice for someone struggling with

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Keith Roach, M.D. too much weight. I’m also not one for “fancy,” but be sure to choose a peanut butter with no trans fats and no added sugars. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I have been hearing a lot about making yogurt at home. Is homemade yogurt a recipe for food poisoning? -- H.C. ANSWER: Homemade yogurt is easy to make, can be more healthy than store-bought as it has very little sugar, and can be made very safely with minimal precautions. The key is to make sure the milk is fresh and sterile, then to carefully add in healthy bacteria. All you need to do is boil fresh milk to a bare simmer (to kill any unhealthy bacteria); cool it down to 100110 F (37-42 C), which is an optimal temperature for growth of the healthy bacteria that help prevent the growth of unhealthy bacteria or yeast; stir in a few tablespoons of plain yogurt with

active healthy bacterial cultures; and keep it in a warm place for six to 12 hours or so. You can use the yogurt you just made as the starter for the next batch. Add in some pureed fresh fruit, and you have a healthier, tastier and cheaper yogurt than you can buy at the store. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I have a friend who is a longtime user of diet sodapop. A year ago, she was diagnosed with colon cancer and spots on her liver. She is taking chemo again now. She continues to consume diet soda, which concerns me because I have heard of possible adverse effects of artificial sweeteners. How would you advise her? I hesitate to say anything, since she might be getting more unsolicited advice than she wants already. -- M.K. ANSWER: I think that artificial sweeteners are unlikely to have had any role in causing her cancer in the first place, nor in her treatment or risk of recurrence. It’s more important for her to stay hydrated during chemotherapy, and she should have what is easiest for her -and if that’s diet soda, that’s fine. Even if water is the best choice, I completely agree with your thoughtfulness: Now is not the time to give unsolicited health advice.

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* On Sept. 11, 1857, Mormon guerillas, stoked by religious zeal, murder 120 emigrants at Mountain Meadows, Utah. The conflict with the wagon train of emigrants apparently began when the Mormons refused to sell the train any supplies. * On Sept. 10, 1897, London taxi driver George Smith, 25, becomes the first person ever arrested for drunk driving after slamming his cab into a building. In 1936, a professor of toxicology patented the Drunkometer, a balloon-like device into which people would breathe to determine whether they were inebriated. * On Sept. 13, 1916, author Roald Dahl (“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” and “James and the Giant

Peach”) is born in South Wales. In World War II, he became a Royal Air Force fighter pilot and was shot down, suffering serious injuries. He saved a piece of his femur and later used it as a paperweight in his office. * On Sept. 15, 1931, the Philadelphia Athletics beat the Cleveland Indians to clinch their third-straight American League pennant under legendary manager Connie Mack. Mack made a career of developing star players and then, once the players’ talents had peaked, selling their contracts for a profit. * On Sept. 16, 1940, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Selective Service and Training Act, which

required all male citizens between the ages of 26 and 35 to register for the military draft. * On Sept. 14, 1955, Little Richard records “Tutti Frutti.” The racy lyrics, however, needed changes to pass the censors. Once those were made, the song was recorded in 15 minutes. * On Sept. 12, 1972, William Boyd, best known for his role as Hopalong Cassidy, dies at age 77. By 1950, American children had made Hopalong Cassidy the seventh most popular TV show and were madly snapping up cowboy hats and six-shooters. (c) 2018 Hearst Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved


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

That which was lacking “I am glad of the coming of Stephanas and Fortunatus and Achaicus: for that which was lacking on your part they have supplied” (I Cor. 16:17). Sad, was it not, that the Corinthian church, undoubtedly the largest of all the churches founded by Paul, had been so ungenerous and insensitive, even to Paul’s personal needs, that he had to labor at tentmaking in order to minister among them. They did not even provide for the Apostle’s meager needs. Thus, sadly, he writes: “And when I was present with you, and wanted, I was chargeable to no man: for that which was lacking to me the brethren which came from Macedonia supplied: and in all things I have kept myself from being burdensome unto you, and so will I keep myself” (II Cor. 11:9). It was no different where the work of the Lord in general was concerned, for whereas the churches of Macedonia had, out of “great trial of affliction” and “deep poverty,” given “to their power” and had desired to give “beyond their power,” the Apostle had to exhort the Corinthian believers to “perform” their promises to help “the poor saints at Jerusalem” and to “prove the sincerity of [their] love” (II Cor. 8:8,11). Those who suppose that men of God should remind believers to live godly lives, to labor for Christ and to witness for Him, but that for some reason they should not remind them of their responsibility to contribute of their means — these should read Paul’s letters to the believers at Corinth and see how much the Apostle has to say about this matter. It seems that others were always bearing the Corinthians’ financial responsibilities for them, so that he had to write from Philippi with a touch of reproof, that he was glad for the coming of Stephanas, Fortunatus and Achaicus, since: “that which was lacking on your part they have supplied” (I Cor. 16:17). In many ways the Church of today is like the Corinthian church of Paul’s day. This is surely so where financial stewardship is concerned. Again, it is invariably the faithful few who supply “that which is lacking” on the part of the many. These few will be richly rewarded, but it is our desire, as it was Paul’s, that greater numbers of the many may join the few, both to lighten the burden of the few and to help reach the teeming millions of lost and bewildered souls who so sorely need a clear presentation of “the gospel of the grace of God.” © 2018 Berean Bible Society

The roots of the dandelion reach deep into the soil, making its tooth-shaped leaves rich in magnesium, copper, folate, calcium, potassium, manganese, iron and vitamins A, E, K, B6, B2, B1 and C. The leaves taste somewhat bitter, which helps curb sugar cravings. Use them in salads, or whenever a recipe calls for greens. Dandelion tea can help detox the liver and improve your skin and stomach health.

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FOCUS ON THE FAMILY Teen daughter’s mood swings a phase she’ll soon outgrow Q: Since my daughter became a teenager, it feels like I’m raising a little monster. I’m ashamed to say that sometimes I just want to pull away and separate from all the drama. What do you suggest? Jim: I’ve got two teens in the house, so I understand. That sweet little toddler who used to meet you at the front door every night after work doesn’t even want to be in the same room with you now. But remember this when your teenager’s attitude makes home life feel like a monster movie: Just help her get through it. A teen’s emotions are often in turmoil, which can make them easily angered and irritated. (Just think back to how you felt at that age.) That means you’ll have to work hard to maintain boundaries and respect in the home. Of course, if your child’s behavior is dangerous or out of control, seek professional help. Otherwise, understand that this time in your daughter’s life has to run its course. And, most of the time, it will. Your job is to help her keep her outer life stable despite the emotions she’s feeling inside. And someday, she’ll thank you for it. For more tips on helping teens thrive, go to FocusOnTheFamily.com. Q: I have never understood movie ratings -- especially what standards are used to decide how a film is rated. And who makes that decision? Can you explain the process? Bob Waliszewski, Director, Plugged In: While the folks at the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) wear a

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lot of hats, they’re best known for rating films for content issues with the familiar G, PG, PG-13, R or NC-17. But here’s some history: Long before these letter-ratings existed, early MPAA pioneers drafted a selfregulatory ethics list in 1930, known as the Production (or Hays) Code, outlining dos and don’ts concerning what could be shown in all American movies. The 1930 Hays Code specifically prohibited nudity, profanity, illegal drug use, clear depiction of violent crime, etc. It can best be summarized by its first General Principle: “No picture shall be produced which will lower the moral standards of those who see it.” (For the record, though, it also exhibited contemporary racial bias.) Obviously, those guidelines didn’t hold up as studios continually pushed the envelope. Finally, in 1968, the MPAA transitioned to

the familiar system of letter-ratings, which advise viewers of roughly what a movie does portray (instead of mandating what it can or can’t). Fortunately, there are still films today that uphold the mostly forgotten standards of yesteryear. Many don’t, of course, and as a result really do “lower the moral standards of those who see (them).” What’s more, today’s anonymous group of MPAA reviewers -- which sadly represents (primarily) the interests of the major studios -- uses nebulous “criteria” for ratings that leave me scratching my head most of the time. For instance, the MPAA’s PG-13 is the group’s way of communicating that you should be perfectly comfortable letting your child view any film so rated once he hits his 13th birthday. I take issue with that because (1) not all 13-year-olds have the same maturity, and (2) a lot of what passes for “family fare” these days would have been rated R just a handful of years ago -- by the same group! Since the MPAA’s ratings basically can’t be trusted, a better approach -- although I run the risk here of coming across selfserving -- is utilizing an online resource like our very own PluggedIn.com, which spells out objectionable content. We don’t tell you to go or not to go; we just equip you with the detailed information of what’s in a film (music, TV and games, too), so you can decide for yourself. © Copyright 2018 Focus on the Family

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 2018 FOCUS ON THE FAMILY, COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80995

DAVE SAYS Need life insurance with no dependents? Dear Dave, I’m 35, single, and I have no dependents. Do I need a life insurance policy? Larry Dear Larry, In your situation, if you have enough cash saved up to pay your final expenses — and you don’t have any debt — there’s no reason for you to carry a life insurance policy. No one will be harmed financially by your death, and no one would be deprived of the income that would be lost if something unexpected happened to you. Even if you

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mortgage. However, if you have debt, or if you don’t have some money stashed away in savings, you might want to consider an inexpensive term life insurance policy. At your age, if you’re healthy, you can get $100,000 worth of coverage for just $10 to $15 a month. Remember, you don’t buy insurance to leave an inheritance. You buy life insurance is to make sure there’s enough money to take care of your family and final expenses. You wouldn’t want your parents or someone else having to foot the bill! —Dave

Paying off credit cards Dear Dave, How do you feel about taking money out of savings to pay off credit cards? Peggy Dear Peggy, I’m okay with this under two conditions. One is that you cut up the credit cards, close the accounts, and never use those things again. The second is that you don’t wipe out your savings in the process. Leave

something in there, so you’re covered in the event of an emergency. Then, rebuild your savings as fast as possible once the debt is out of your way. You have to understand, too, that credit cards aren’t the problem. The credit card debt isn’t the problem, either. They are just symptoms of buying things you don’t need, with money you don’t have, in order to impress people. Take a long look in the mirror, Peggy,

because the person who’s looking back at you is the problem. Overspending, disorganization, not earning enough … whatever label you want to slap on this situation, you’re the reason for the problem. Once you understand and accept that, and you start living on a budget and staying away from debt, you’ll have taken your first real steps toward financial peace! —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 12 million listeners each week on 575 radio stations and multiple digital platforms. Follow Dave on the web at daveramsey.com and on Twitter at @DaveRamsey.

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Sharon Duncan Sharon Duncan, age 71, passed away on Sunday, September 2, 2018. Visitation was from 5-7PM on Wednesday, September 5, 2018, at Miller Funeral Home, 507 South Main Ave., Sioux Falls. A memorial service was held at 10:30 AM on Thursday, September 6, 2018, at the Miller Funeral Home Chapel. www.millerfh.com Cliff Boom Cliff Boom, age 70, died Saturday, Sept. 1, 2018. Visitation was Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018 from 4-8PM at American Reformed Church, Luverne, MN. Funeral service was Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018 at 10:30 AM at American Reformed Church in Luverne. Burial with military honors followed at the Beaver Creek Cemetery. www.hartquistfuneral.com Virginia Haraldson Virginia Haraldson, 79, passed away on Sunday, September 2, 2018. A celebration of Virginia's life was held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, September 5, 2018, at Zion Lutheran Church with burial at Graceland Cemetery in Madison. www.millerfh.com Patricia Langner Patricia "Pat" Langner, 88, passed away Wednesday, August 30, 2018. Funeral services were at 1:00 PM Friday, September 7, 2018 at Lutheran Church of Dell Rapids Chapel. Burial in Dell Rapids Cemetery. Visitation was 5-7 PM followed by a Prayer service at 7:00 PM Thursday, September 6, 2018 at Minnehaha Funeral Home in Dell Rapids. minnehahafuneralhome.com

Stanley Hansen Stanley Hansen, 98, passed away on Saturday, August 31, 2018. Memorial service was at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at St. John's Lutheran Church, Madison. Visitation was 1 hour prior to the service. Inurnment in Lake Park Cemetery, rural Wentworth with military honors provided by Madison VFW & Madison American Legion. www. weilandfuneralchapel.com Doris Jensen Doris K. Jensen, 84, died on Saturday, August 31, 2018. Funeral services were at 2:00 PM on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. Visitation was 5-7 PM on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at funeral home. www.georgeboom.com Carol Myers Carol Jean (Tollefson) Myers, 81, died August 30, 2018. A memorial service was at 10:00 AM Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at Our Saviors Lutheran Church with inurnment in Woodlawn Cemetery. Visitation was at Heritage Funeral Home on Monday, September 3, 2018 from 4-6PM. www.heritagesfsd.com Margaret (Thompson) Allen Margaret Allen, 94, passed away in July 2018. Celebration of Margaret's life was held at Calvary Cathedral Church, 500 S. Main Ave., Sioux Falls, on Sept. 11, 2018 at 2:00 PM.

Gerry Schneider Gerry Schneider, 61, died September 2, 2018. Memorial Services were at 11 AM Thursday, September 6, 2018, at Miller Westside Chapel, 6200 W. 41st St. Visitation was 5-7 PM Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at funeral home. millerfh.com

James Daschel James John Daschel, 82, died August 30, 2018. Visitation was on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 from 5-7 PM at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory in Sioux Falls with a 7:00 PM Liturgical Wake Service and Holy Rosary. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30 AM on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at St. Lambert Catholic Church in Sioux Falls. www.georgeboom.com

Marlene Livermore Marlene Livermore, 79, passed away on September 2, 2018. Visitation was at Heritage Funeral Home on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 from 4-6 PM. Funeral services were on Thursday, September 6, 2018 at 10:30 AM at St. Mark's Lutheran Church with family private burial prior to service. www.heritagesfsd.com

Arlene Owen Ekeland Arlene Beatrice Owen Ekeland passed away on August 28, 2018. Visitation was at Miller Funeral Home in Sioux Falls, September 8, 2018, at 8:30 AM, with burial at Woodlawn Cemetery at 10:00 AM. Memorial reception in Greenville, TX, to be scheduled at a later date. www. millerfh.com

Julaine (Julie) Rae Lowe-Wooten Julaine (Julie) Rae Lowe-Wooten passed away on August 22, 2018. At Julie's request there will be no services. Cremation will take place and she will be interned with her husband upon his passing. bunkerfuneral.com

Loretta Marie Hammond Loretta Marie (DeSchepper) Hammond, 96, passed away on August 29, 2018. Mass of Christian Burial was at 11:00 AM, Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at St. Mary Church. A complete obituary is available at barnett-lewis.com

Carrol Calkins Dr. Carrol O. Calkins passed away on August 27, 2018. A small family service is planned to celebrate Carrol's life. Eleanor Johnson Eleanor Jean Johnson, 93, died August 28, 2018. A Celebration of Life service was at 7PM Friday, Sept. 7, 2018 at Set Free Church in Beresford with a memorial reception at 5:30PM. wassfuneralhome.com John Lillibridge John Lowell Lillibridge passed away on August 30, 2018. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at 10:30 AM at the Civic Center in Burke. Burial was in Graceland Cemetery, Burke. Prayer service was Sunday, September 2, 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Union Baptist Church, Burke. Visitation was 1 hour prior to the service at the church and at Civic Center. Judee Schlosser Judee C. Schlosser, 79, died Friday, August 24, 2018. Visitation for Judee was held at Heritage Funeral Home on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. Her memorial service was at 2:00 PM on Thursday, September 6, 2018 at the funeral home. www.heritagesfsd.com

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Carol Sherard Carol Sherard, 76, passed away on Friday, August 31, 2018. Funeral services were at 10:30 AM Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at Bittner Funeral Chapel in Mitchell. Burial was in the Hurley Cemetery at Hurley. Visitation was from 5:00-7:00PM Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at Bittner Funeral Chapel. Harold Steffen Harold Steffen, 90, passed away on Thursday, August 30, 2018. Funeral services were at 11:00 AM, Tuesday, September 4, 2018, at East Side Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. Visitation with family present was from 3:00-5:00 PM, Monday, September 3, 2018, at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. www.georgeboom.com Dorothy A. Clyde Dorothy Clyde, 75, died Wednesday, August 22, 2018. A Celebration of Life was at 10:00 AM, Saturday, September 1, 2018, at the Salvation Army Headquarters, (800 N. Cliff Ave.) in Sioux Falls. Full obit at www. heartlandfunerals.com. Daniel Coulter Daniel Coulter, age 82, passed away Thursday, August 30, 2018. Mass of Christian Burial was Monday, September 3, 2018, at 11:00 AM, at Risen Savior Catholic Church in Brandon. Visitation with family present was Sunday, September 2, 2018, from 5-7PM with a 7:00 PM Wake Service at George Boom Funeral Chapel in Brandon. georgeboom.com

Steven P. Graf Steven P. Graf, 62, passed away on Saturday, August 25, 2018. Funeral services were held at 11 AM on Saturday, September 1, 2018 at Schumacher-Kish funeral and Cremation Services La Crescent chapel; 111 South Oak St. Burial followed in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Hokah, MN. Family was present at the funeral home on Saturday morning from 10 AM until the time of services. www.schumacher-kish.com Cleo M. Roe Cleo M. Roe, 79, passed away Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018. Her funeral service was at 1 PM Monday, Sept. 3, 2018 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Tea, with burial at 3 PM Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018 at Woodlawn Cemetery, Sioux Falls. Visitation was at 2 PM Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018 at the church, where the family was present from 2-4 PM. georgeboom.com Willard "Bill" Riley Willard (Bill) Lewis Riley, 73, passed away on September 1, 2018. A memorial service for Bill was at 11:00 AM Saturday, September 8, 2018 at Central Church, 3102 West Ralph Rogers Road. Visitation was one hour prior to the service. www.heritagesfsd.com. Beckey Rae Holm Beckey Rae Holm, 67, passed away Tuesday, September 4, 2018. A memorial service was held at 10:30 AM Saturday, September 8, 2018 at Shalom Lutheran Church. Visitation was from 6:00-8:00 PM Friday, September 7, 2018 at Anderson Jones Corcoran Harrisburg Funeral Chapel. Helen M. Reuss Helen M. Reuss, 84, died on Tuesday, September 4, 2018. Funeral Services were at 10:30 AM Friday, September 7, 2018 at Church of St. Mary in Sioux Falls. Visitation was held Thursday, September 6, 2018 at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory in Sioux Falls where the family was present from 4:006:00 PM, followed by Liturgical Wake Services and Holy Rosary at 6:00 PM. Roger Shay Roger Shay, 62, passed away on Sunday, September 2, 2018. Visitation was on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls, from 5:30-7:30 PM. A short prayer service was at 7:30 PM. A Celebration of Life was held on Friday, September 7, 2018 10:30 AM at United Methodist Church, Ethan, SD with burial at the Ethan Cemetery. www. heritagesfsd.com Scott Taylor Anderson Scott Taylor Anderson, 35, passed away Monday, September 3, 2018. Services were at 11:00 AM Friday, September, 7, 2018 at Wicoicaga Otipi Community Center, Flandreau. A two day all night wake was at 5:00 PM Wednesday, September 5, 2018 with a 7:00 PM service both nights at the community center. A spirit fire was held at Grandpa Elmer Weston's residence.

Veronica Walden Veronica Walden, 55, died September 3, 2018. Visitation was 5-7 PM, September 5, 2018 at Christ the King Catholic Church in Sioux Falls, Scripture Service at 7 PM. Funeral Mass was at 2 PM, September 6, 2018, also at Christ the King. Interment was at 1:30 PM, September 8, 2018 at St. Michael's Cemetery, Sioux Falls. heartlandfunerals.com Edward Vasek Edward L. Vasek Sr. 84, died August 30, 2018. Celebration of life was at 600 S. Wayland, Sioux Falls on September 8, 2018 from 4-8PM. heritagesfsd.com Geraldine (Gypsy) Hines Geraldine (Gypsy) Hines, age 87, passed away September 1, 2018. Funeral services will be at 11:00 AM Thursday, September 13, 2018 at Westminster Presbyterian Church. www.millerfh.com Beverly M. Blue Beverly "Bev" Blue, 70, died September 2, 2018. Visitation was 5-7 PM, September 6, 2018, at Heartland Funeral Home. Memorial services were at 10:30AM, August 7, 2018, at First Presbyterian Church, Sioux Falls. www. heartlandfunerals.com Charlyne Vander Woude Charlyne Vander Woude, 72, passed away on September 4, 2018. Memorial Service was held at 10:30 AM September 8, 2018 at the Church of Christ, 1208 S. South Eastern Ave., Sioux Falls. Visitation was 5-7PM September 7, 2018 at Hofmeister-Jones Funeral Home in Parker. hofmeisterjones.com Loel L. Paulson Loel Paulson, 80, passed away on September 2, 2018. Visitation was 1-3 PM, September 9, 2018, at Heartland Funeral Home. Memorial services were at 11 AM, September 10, 2018 also at Heartland Funeral Home. Inurnment was at Brandon Lutheran Cemetery. www.heartlandfunerals.com

Gladys L. Bredeson Gladys Bredeson, 103, died September 4, 2018. Memorial services were at 11:00 AM Sept. 8, 2018 at Christ the Victor Chapel of First Lutheran Church. Private interment was in Hills of Rest Cemetery. www.millerfh.com Leo Bloker Leo Bloker, 96, died September 4, 2018. Funeral services were at 1:30 PM on September 8, 2018 at Wentworth Presbyterian Church. Burial in Rosehill Cemetery, Wentworth. Visitation was 5-7 PM September 7, 2018 at Kinzley Funeral Home in Madison. www.kinzleyfh.com Sharon Determan Sharon L. Determan, 58, died Aug. 31, 2018. Funeral mass was at 2 PM Sept. 7, 2018 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Huron. Burial with military honors will be at a later date in St. Martin's Catholic Cemetery, Emery. www. kuhlerfuneralhome.com Duane Crisp Duane Crisp passed away on Tuesday, September 4, 2018. A celebration of his life was held at Minnehaha Funeral Home, Dell Rapids on Friday, September 7, 2018 at 10:00 AM with visitation at 9:00 AM. minnehahafuneralhome.com Robert D. Santema Robert D. Santema, 63, died September 3, 2018. Funeral services were at 9:30 AM September 7, 2018 at First Christian Reformed Church, Sioux Falls. Visitation was 5-8 PM September 6, 2018 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls. www.georgeboom.com Vicky Shaw Vicky Shaw, 62, died September, 4, 2018. Funeral Mass was at 10:30 AM September 8, 2018 at St. Ann Catholic Church, Humboldt, with interment at St. Ann Catholic Cemetery. Scripture Service was at 7 PM September 7, 2018 at St. Ann Catholic Church 5-7PM. millerfh.com

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