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Crofton Cruisin Day this Saturday

Thursday, August 25, 2016

The annual Crofton Cruisin’ Day comes up this Saturday with most activities at Crofton’s South City Park.

The Car Show will begin at 11 a-m with trophies in 15 categories to be awarded at 2:30.  The Knights of Columbus Grillfest takes place from 11 until 2:00, and there are many rummage sales and lots of activities for the kids.

Crofton Community Club member James Murphy says the day is fun for the whole family.  Coordinator Joyce Stevens says proceeds from the Cruisin’ Day will help Crofton celebrate their 125th birthday next year.

Registration for the Crofton Car Show runs from 9 until 11 Saturday morning.


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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Thursday, August 25, 2016

The 9th annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event takes place tomorrow at Memorial Park in Yankton. River City Domestic Violence Center Board Member Denise Cody says the consequences of domestic violence reach far beyond the family members who are directly affected by it. Cody says the discomfort that the men experience while on the walk symbolizes the pain that people in unhealthy relationships are dealing with. Activities for the 9th annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event begins tomorrow at 11 AM at the south picnic shelter of Memorial Park.

 


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Bash To The Colonies

Thursday, August 25, 2016

The 10th annual Bash to the Colonies Sailboat Regatta and Powerboat Bash is set to get underway tomorrow at Lewis & Clark Marina. Organizer Jeff Wahl says the money raised at this year’s event goes to help support Yankton Special Olympics. Wahl says the public is welcome to watch the boats launch beginning at 930 AM tomorrow. The 10th annual Bash to the Colonies Sailboat Regatta and Powerboat Bash concludes with a bar-be-que and awards ceremony set for 630 PM tomorrow.


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PUC Wind Farm Hearing Tonight

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission will hold a public input hearing tonight in Avon, discussing a proposed 201-megawatt wind farm.  The wind farm would be located on approximately 36-thousand acres in western Bon Homme and eastern Charles Mix Counties.

The public hearing starts at 6:30 tonight in the Avon High School gymnasium.

 

 

 


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6th Meridian Hop Farm

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

The combined desire to operate their own farm while returning to their roots in the Yankton area was the driving force behind the establishment of the 6th  Meridian Hop Farm by the Ryan Heine family about two years ago. Owner-Operator Ryan Heine says after researching the subject he was convinced that there is a market for hops, the bittering agent used in beer in our area. Heine says to this point he has sold hops to commercial breweries on what is referred to as the spot market, but he hopes to be able to sign a contract to supply hops to a micro-brewery or other producer in the near future. Heine says he is exploring the possibility of establishing a nano-brewery at his farm so that potential customers can actually sample what the hops he grows tastes like. 


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Centennial Founders Day Event

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Staff members of the Missouri National Recreational River are hosting a Centennial Founders Day Event in honor of the National Park Service’s 100th anniversary this evening at Riverside Park. National Park Service Ranger Dugan Smith says once people experience the recreational opportunities found on the Missouri National Recreational River they realize how special this stretch of the river is. Smith says tonight’s event includes reenactor Adam Lundquist who will portray President Teddy Roosevelt who helped to establish some of our nation’s first National Parks. The Missouri National Recreational River’s Centennial Founders Day Event is set for 6 to 8 PM tonight at the Riverside Park Amphitheater.


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Fourth Street Closure

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

From The City of Yankton:

4th Street, from Broadway Avenue to Burleigh Street, will be closed on Wednesday, August 24th. During this time, the contractors, for the Highway 50 reconstruction project, will be paving a portion of the north side of the highway. Side street access will be permitted, for local traffic, as the paving operation allows. 4th Street is scheduled to be re-opened late afternoon or early evening, on the 24th.


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Napa Study Firm Hired

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Yankton Area Progressive Growth has hired the firm of Engineered Rail Solutions to complete a feasibility study on the Napa Junction ag development site. Y-A-P-G President John Kramer says since Napa Junction is served by a number of rail carriers a study needs to be done to understand what types of firms might be interested in the site. Kramer says E-R-S was chosen to conduct this study because of their expertise in rail shipping. Kramer says he expects the study will be completed sometime in November.


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Zika in South Dakota

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

South Dakota has reported its first Zika virus infection.  State Epidemiologist Dr. Lon Kightlinger says the infection has been confirmed by the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention and involves a woman who traveled to a country where the Zika virus is found. Kightlinger says Zika is a tropical mosquito-borne illness that hasn’t been shown to be carried by the mosquitoes found in our area of the country. Kightlinger says individuals who become ill within two weeks of travel to Zika-affected areas should see their doctor and pregnant women who travel to Zika transmission areas should be tested within two to twelve weeks after their return whether they show symptoms or not.


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Pine Street Bridge

Monday, August 22, 2016

Members of the Yankton City Commission last night gave their approval to moving forward with the reconstruction project for the Pine Street Bridge, utilizing a state grant for about eight hundred fifty-five thousand dollars. In response to concerns about preserving the historical nature of the structure City Manager Amy Nelson says if the city is willing to fund them, some enhancements to the bridge may be possible, but caution needs to be exercised. When asked about the possibility of rehabilitating the bridge instead of rebuilding it Nelson says that may be possible, but means the city would lose the state funding for the project that is currently in place. Nelson says a bid letting for the project is expected in October with the reconstruction project for the Pine Street Bridge getting underway as soon as next spring.


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