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How health care jesters provide some well-needed medication in a hospital ment of all-too-serious health concerns. Clinical evidence Medicine is serisuggests the laughter ous business. But for a growing number of medical clowns crepatients, a trip to the ate is better than some hospital may include a medication. In 2008, for example, researchlaugh with a clown. Medical clowns — ers deployed clowns to health care work- children preparing for ers who dress up and anesthesia and outact like clowns to help patient surgery at an make medical proce- Israeli hospital. One group of kids met dures and hospital stays with a medical clown less stressful — can be found around the world. for 20 to 30 minutes. The growing field relies The other received midon the age-old perfor- azolam, a sedative. The mance art of clowning to group of children who help lift the strain that had yukked it up with can pervade the treat- clowns before they were By Erin Blakemore The Washington Post

given anesthesia showed the same level of anxiety as those in a control group who took the tranquilizer as they entered the operating room, and significantly less anxiety than children who were sedated with an anesthesia mask placed on their faces. Other studies suggest clowns are beneficial for kids with autism spectrum disorders, burns that require stressful bandage changes, and other medical challenges. Even adults with dementia and serious illness show gains

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Cherry blossom forecast By Jason Samenow The Washington Post Following a springlike winter, leaves are emerging and flower buds are bursting in the Washington region up to three weeks ahead of schedule. Soon, too, the famed cherry blossoms at the Tidal Basin will awaken, and possibly on the early side as well. We are forecasting peak bloom between March 25 and March 29, centered on the 27th. This is a few days earlier than the recent (30-year) average of March 31, and a week before the longer-term (1921-2019) average of April 3. Last year, when temperatures weren’t as mild, peak bloom for the cherry trees was declared on April 1.

Given how mild it has been and how quickly other flowers are blooming around the region, it might seem surprising that we do not expect the cherry blossoms to peak even sooner. However, the weather predicted over the next couple of weeks does not seem like it will be warm enough for them to emerge much earlier than late March. Peak bloom is reached when 70% of the cherry blossoms flower along the Tidal Basin. If our forecast holds, peak bloom will coincide with the National Cherry Blossom Festival, set for March 20 to April 12. Blossoms start to appear on trees several days before the peak bloom date and, if it’s warm and dry

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Peak bloom in Washington around March 27, several days early

and will release its prediction for 2020’s peak bloom Wednesday. Historically, average March temperatures are the leading predictor of peak bloom dates. When it’s warm, the blossoms tend to come out early, and when it’s cold, they generally emerge late. Last year, March temperatures were close to average and so was the cherry blossom peak bloom date (April 1). This year, we’re expecting March temperatures to be several degrees warmer than normal, favoring an earlier bloom. The blossoms are off to a head start, due to the mild temperatures in February, and have reached their initial “green bud” stage about five days ahead of average. However, we’re not expecting a historically early bloom. Unusually warm, sunny days and mild nights tend to push

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mid-range bathroom remodeling project cost an average of $20,420 in 2019, while an upscale remodel cost just under $64,000. Homeowners should develop budgets for their bathroom renovation projects to determine which type of project they can afford. In addition, setting aside a little extra money for overruns is a wise move that can help homeowners handle any unforeseen expenses that arise during the project.

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Few home renovation projects can be undertaken quietly, and bathroom renovations tend to generate a lot of noise. The noise can be difficult to overcome for professionals who work from home fulltime, and it also can be hard on parents of young children who still nap and don’t yet go to school. Parents of young children may find it best to delay bathroom renovation projects until their children are school-aged and out of the house for most of the day on weekdays.

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The debris generated by bathroom renovation projects is another thing homeowners must prepare for. In addition to preparing for the waste generated by the project, first-time renovators must realize that dust might be a big issue once the project begins. Dust can pose a threat to residents’ overall health, particularly the health of youngsters whose bodies haven’t yet fully developed. As a result, parents of young children may want to schedule renovations during family vacations so their children are exposed to as little dust as possible.

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The Newseum still exists, and one of its next exhibits is in a hotel suite By Peggy McGlone The Washington Post WASHINGTON — Goodbye $450 million glass and granite palace on Pennsylvania Avenue. Hello ... a onebedroom hotel suite on K Street? The Newseum has three new exhibits on the 19th Amendment opening over the next few weeks, the first since it closed its doors Dec. 31. Pop-up shows at Washington’s two airports and an immersive display in a 12th-floor suite at the Hamilton Hotel offer the first glimpse of its future. The suffrage-themed displays represent a significantly diminished footprint for the long-struggling museum of journalism, which last year sold its building, laid off 88 employees and moved

the remaining staff of about 40 to New Jersey Avenue NW. While on a small scale, these partnerships illustrate how the Newseum plans to emerge from its downsizing to deliver programs that celebrate the importance of the First Amendment. “We are thinking of ways to amplify our mission overall. Not everybody is a museumgoer,” said Newseum Executive Director Carrie Christoffersen. “We are happy to meet people where they are, happy to help them understand the First Amendment.” The future of the splashy Newseum — which opened in 2008 and drew about 10 million visitors over 11 years — has been a mystery since January 2019, when the Free-

dom Forum, the private foundation that created the Newseum and is its primary funder, announced it would sell its building to Johns Hopkins University for $375 million. The museum remained open through 2019. The partnerships with the Hamilton Hotel and the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority began last year as satellite offerings intended to draw attention to the Newseum and its downtown site. The exhibit “First Amendment Freedoms: Women Win the Vote” opens Friday at Dulles International and Reagan National airports, replacing displays focused on the fall of the Berlin Wall. The exhibits will remain on view through the fall. “The suffrage exhibit examines all the ways

people used their First Amendment rights, exercised their First Amendment muscles in the fight for the vote,” Christoffersen said. “We wouldn’t see the 19th Amendment without the First.” The suite at the Hamilton Hotel opens March 12 with artifacts from the Newseum and the Barbara Lee Family Foundation. Curated by Samantha Barry, editor in chief of Glamour, the 12th-floor exhibit will feature a pioneering women’s rights newspaper, a 1916 poster making the case for suffrage and a portrait of the four women who have served as U.S. Supreme Court justices, among other items. The suite can be booked starting Sunday. To mark the suite’s debut, the Freedom Forum will host a con-

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Join Our Team at Mitchell Technical Institute! Accounting - Teaching Position

Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s preferred (18 credits in accounting). Certified public accountant preferred. Experience with financial accounting, managerial accounting, taxation accounting and government reporting. Minimum 3 years’ experience in the accounting field. Will teach face-to-face, hybrid, and online undergraduate accounting courses.

Electrical Construction & Maintenance - Teaching Position

AAS degree in Electrical Construction & Maintenance preferred. Journeyman required. Minimum 3 years’ experience in the electrical field. Experience in Programmable Logic Control systems in both commercial and industrial responsibilities a plus. Instructional responsibilities include Commercial Construction and PLC coursework.

Parts/Material Handler

OES Industries, LLC is looking for a parts/material handler. Basic duties include sorting parts per customer orders, forklift operation and maintaining production paperwork. Basic computer skills a must. Competitive pay starting at $17+/hr. DOE. Benefits include Health, Dental and PTO.

These teaching positions are each 9-month. Preference will be given to applicants who have related industry experience, teaching experience, evidence of teaching skills, ability to create lesson plans and experience working with diverse student populations. Excellent time management, organizational, and attention to detail a plus.

Student Success Coach (College Counseling/Mental Health)

10-month position. Will coach students requiring educational and personal assistance to include remediation for students displaying academic disadvantage through entrance testing, educational records, retention, academic progress and attendance throughout the year as needed to meet their academic, personal and career goals, and conduct advising and career coaching of participants in programs with a focus on underrepresented student populations. Strong focus on personal counseling for students in need of mental health support. Will also teach in related areas (part-time) to include Student Success and Career Readiness. Bachelor’s degree in a related area required. Master’s degree (college counseling/mental health) preferred. Ability to communicate effectively, both written and oral, proficiency with technology, excellent computer skills. Experience communicating information, maintaining programming, and implementing initiatives to create a balanced focus on equity for students, faculty, and staff. Must maintain a high level of confidentiality. Candidates must be able to pass a state and federal criminal background check. Position open until filled. Applicants must complete the online application for employment and upload their resume and cover letter to the application.

Apply at: www.mitchelltech.edu/about-mti/careers-at-mti. For information, contact Human Resources at 605.995.3023 or email humanresources@mitchelltech.edu.

HELP WANTED HOSPITALITY & TOURISM

* Full-Time Housekeeping * Full-Time/Part-Time Assistant Executive Housekeeper We offer competitive wages with benefits including insurance, vacation time, holiday pay, retirement, and employee room discounts. Shifts are day shifts and will include some holidays and weekends, must be dependable and hardworking. Apply in person at: Hampton Inn 1920 Highland Way Mitchell SD 57301 No phone calls please.

HELP WANTED HELP WANTED PROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SERVICES Regulatory Compliance Consultant Consortia Consulting is an employee-owned company providing regulatory, financial, and management consulting services for rural broadband providers, telecommunications companies, municipalities and utilities. Due to rapid growth, Consortia is seeking to add consultants to its Regulatory Compliance team in its Mitchell, SD office. Preference for bachelor’s or associate degree in Business, Accounting, Communications, or Paralegal Studies. Preference for 5 or more years of work. We offer an attractive compensation and benefits package. Please forward cover letter and resume to: Consortia Consulting, Inc. c/o Rhonda Maun, 16924 Frances Street, Suite 115 Omaha, NE 68130 rmaun@consortiaconsulting.com

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C & B Operations LLC is seeking a full-time Service Technician to work at our John Deere Dealership in Parkston, SD. This individual will perform diagnostic, service repair and maintenance work on agriculture equipment in our shop and in the field to support our customers. Strong mechanical and technical aptitude with knowledge of agriculture equipment preferred. Must have a desire to work as part of a cohesive team and provide customer satisfaction. *C & B is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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WHEAT STRAW, net wrapped, baled with JD 569 baler. ACREAGE ROUND BALES Approx. 44 acres, Grass/Alfalfa and good soil with plen- Alfalfa for sale. Call ty of trees on oil 605-280-0314 road SW of Mitchell. Build your dream home on this nice setting. A OUTSTANDING ACREAGE 5 bedroom plus 4 bath home on approx. 45 acres with 50x86 pole barn with roll up doors & concrete, 40x80 horse barn w/stalls & some concrete, just off of oil road East of Ethan. Call Bob Jarding 605-770-3613 Mitchell Realty LLC

FARM LAND FOR RENT WANTED PASTURE TO BUY OR RENT within 30 miles of Mitchell for 25-40 pairs. Call 605-999-0919

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Wi-Fi/Broadband Technologies - Teaching Position

AAS degree in electronics, telecommunications or IT preferred. Experience in Direct Current (DC) and Alternating Current (AC), theory and the fundamentals of series and parallel circuits, testing and troubleshooting fiber optic networks, prepping fiber splice enclosures, fusion splicer, telecommunication design schematics, staking sheets and prints. Skills and abilities appropriate for installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of outside plant equipment including wireless (Wi-Fi). Minimum 3 years’ experience in the electronics field.

HELP WANTED HOSPITALITY & TOURISM

FRIDAY, MARCH 13 8:00 A.M. Online Bidding will start and will soft close on Monday, March 23 @ 6PM. Farm Equipment, Tractors, Livestock, Construction Equip. & Toys at Auction. Auctioneers: Dean/Edwards & Associates LLC, Justin Dean, Steve Larson, Lanning Edwards, Myron Grosz, Kelbi Dean SATURDAY, MARCH 14 12:00 P.M. Western Antiques & Uniques Sale Located: Ramada Hotel & Conference Center, 1525 W. Havens Ave, Mitchell S.D. Auctioneers: B & H Auctioneering Services, Zach Ballard, Travis Holck WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 10:00 AM Farm Inventory Reduction Auction, Track Tractors, Tractors & Loaders, Combines, Flex Draper & Corn Heads, Header Trailers, Grain Carts, Planter, Air Drill, Tillage Equipment, Spreader/Sprayer & Related Equipment, Semi Tractors, Box Trucks, Hay & Livestock Equipment, much more. Located: 23033 420th Ave, Fedora SD 57337 Owner: Bornitz Farms, Dave & Matt Bornitz Auctioneers: Steffes Group, Inc.

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Are you or a loved one suffering from Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, OCD, Bipolar Disorder, Addictions or other mental or behavioral disorders? Our inpatient treatment services can help you reclaim your life and get back on SATURDAY, APRIL 18 10:00 A.M. Consignment Sale with Household, Tools, track. We work with most PPO insu3-wheeler, Furniture, misc. Located: Aurora County 4-H Building, Plankinton, S.D. Auctioneers: Curtis Auctioneering rances. Please call 319-900-6879 LLC, Don Curtis (MCN) SATURDAY, APRIL 25 10:00 A.M. Personal Property Auction consists of 2011 Ford BEST SATELLITE Ranger Pickup 4x4 ext. cab, 1950 M Farmall Tractor has TV with 2 Year F-10 Loader with Snow Scoop wide front, Riding Lawn Mow- Price Guarantee! er, Snow Blower, Generator, Pressure Washer, Air Compres- $59.99/mo with 190 sor, Knipco Heater, Heavy Duty Welder, Assortment of Shop channels and 3 & Garden Tools, some Furniture & Household items & many months free premimore misc. items. Located: 304 South Lawler St. or 1 block um movie chanNorth of the Lutheran Church in Plankinton, S.D. Owner: nels! Free next day Gerald Holzhauser. Auctioneers: Olsen - Ymker Auction installation! Call Service, Allen Ymker, Clyde Olsen & Rodney Olivier 855-824-1258. (MCN) SATURDAY, APRIL 4 11:00 A.M. Farm Auction, 1931 Reconditioned Model A, Dozer, Payloader, Farm Trucks, Semi & Semi Trailer, Tractors, Farm Equipment, Misc. and some consigned items by Tom Degen Located: 41532 Ben Cummings Rd., Mitchell SD (From River Side RD, go 3 miles east on Hwy 38 to 416th Ave., go south 4 3/4 miles to Ben Cummings Rd, go west 3/4 mile) Owners: Leroy & Dottie Degen. Auctioneers: Mentele’s Auction & Realty Service, Denny Mentele, Bryan Fodness


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