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CASES DISPOSED 12/17 - 12/23/2010 Mark Staniech, 118 Curlie St., Yankton: Open alcoholic bev container accessible in vehicle, $127 John David Norman, 1204 Belair Road, Yankton: Fail to maintain financial responsibility, $130; Driving with sus- pended (not revoked) license, $270; Renewal registration during assigned month, $120 Ian Jose Villalobos-Vargas, 2908 Douglas, #240, Yankton: Speeding other roadways, $105 Alexis Conklin, 1100 E. 8th, #3, Yankton: Fail to maintain financial responsibility, $130 Felicia Price, 1407 Meadow Rd., Yankton: Fail to maintain financial responsibility, $130 Daryl Erickson, Irene: Speeding on state highway, $105 Alan Gift, Omaha, Neb.: Speeding on state highway, $105 Michael Leyden, 646 Augusta Circle, Yankton: Seat belt violation, $25 Shelly Molstad, 1401 West St., Yankton: Speeding on state highway, $105 Michael James Damron, Sioux Falls: Speeding on state highway, $105 Joshua P. Wagner, Portland, Maine: Speeding on state highway, $125 Deanna Eaglehorse, Dell Rapids: Speeding on state highway, $105 James John Reinhardt, 1005 Karen Dr., Yankton: Speeding on state highway, $125 Kevin Robert Turner, Parshall, N.D.: Speeding on state highway, $126 Derek Jensen, Aurora: Seat belt viola- tion, $25 Joseph Schaeffer, Scotland: Speeding on state highway, $105 Leyna Luzier, 2310 Cedar Terrace, Yankton: Theft by insufficient funds check, $167; Theft by insufficient funds check, $66 Dawn Marie McBride, 1215 Whiting St., Yankton: No drivers license, $120 Dawn McBride, 1215 Whiting St., Yankton: No drivers licens, $120 Parker J. Douglass, Columbus, Neb.: Speeding other roadways, $105 John Anthony Cuellar, Sioux Falls: Roberry-2nd degree, $104 and 5 years in jail with 5 year suspended on conditions of the court Cynthia Louisa Novak, 1602 Peninah St., Yankton: Illegal U-turn, $150 Shaun David Koster, 100 Poison Oak Drive, Yankton: Reckless driving, $493 Kyle Louis Wright, 1000 Burleigh St., Yankton: Disorderly conduct, $166 and 14 days in jail with 14 days jail suspend- ed on conditions of the court Sergio Lara, 400 Block of 5th St, Yankton: Driving under influence-2nd of, $643 and 60 days in jail with 50 days jail suspended on conditions of the court; driving under influence-2nd of, $643 and 90 days in jail with 70 days jail suspend- ed on conditions of the court Lawrence Alan Pokorny, 901 Bill Baggs Rd., Yankton: Driving under influnence-1st of, $493; Fail to maintain financial responsibility, $130; Illegal lane change, dismissed-motion by prosecutor Alandrea Jarae Ishmael, 1001 Memory Lane #A-13, Yankton: Intentional causing contact w/ bodily flu- ids/human waste, $109 and 14 days in jail with 14 days jail suspended on condi- tions of the court; Intentional causing contact w/bodily fluids/human waste, $84 and 14 days in jail with 14 days jail sus- pended on conditions of the court; Intentional causing contact w/bodily flu- ids/human waste, 14 days in jail with 14 days jail suspended on conditions of the court Shaun Koster, 100 Poison Oak Drive, Yankton: Driving with suspended (not revoked) license, dismissed-motion by prosecutor Jeremiah Daniel Kashas, Vermillion: Speeding on state highway, $125 David Lee Landry, 312 Spruce, Yankton: Driving with suspended (not revoked) license, $270 Catherine Damisela Covey, 200 E. 4th St., Yankton: Speeding other roadways, $105 Lenora A. Lammers, Hartington, Neb.: Careless driving, $120 Jay Merritt Gurney, 2000 John St., Yankton: Speeding on state highway, $105.10 Mathew James Heimes, 518 Cedar St., Yankton: Seat belt violation, $25 Darren C. Grotz, York, Neb.: Failure to display fuel permit, $170 Cassandra Rae Neth, Scotland: Seat belt violation, $25 Derek Lee Swenson, Ann Harber, Mich.: Speeding on state highway, $85 James Kelly Stucky, 2807 Adkins Dr., Yankton: Seat belt violation, $25 Kayla M. Haagenson, Baltic: Speeding on state highway, $85 Cassandra Diane Amundson, Black Hawk: Speeding on state highway, $85 Kelly Ann Kathol, Gayville: Speeding other roadways, $125 Thomas John Schlimgen, Scotland: Seat belt violation, $25 Craig Roy Neth, Sioux Falls: Seat belt violation, $25 Chantal Noelle Tunge, Sioux Falls: Illegal lane change, $120 Thomas John Arens, 4408 Broadway, Yankton: Seat belt violation, $25 Whitney McCarthy, Gilbert, Ariz.: Parking/standing violation, dismissed- motion by prosecutor Blake Andrew Schild, 2004 Elm St., Yankton: Speeding on state highway, $120 Joshua D. Wipf, 1307 W. 17th St., Yankton: Renewal registration during assigned month, $120 Raymond D. Spangler, Ewing, Neb.: Seat belt violation, $25 Gary Thomas Schulte, 105 Anna St., Yankton: Speeding other roadways, $105 Dylan Lee Halvorson, 236 Drees St., Yankton: Speeding other roadways, $145 Aaron Robert Clements, Irene: Speeding other roadways, $105 Eric Alan Dimmer, Gayville: Speeding other roadways, $105 Dean Gerard Jansen, 1209 Cedar St., Yankton: Speeding on state highway, $105 Steven Robert Nelson, Paynesville, Minn.: No registration receipt in vehicle, $25 Roger W. Solberg, Washburn, Wis.: Commercial vehicle plates, $170 Michael G. Barnett, Crete, Neb.: Log book/other violations, $170 Alexander Dion, Wagner: Fail to main- tain financial responsibility, $130; speed- ing on state highway, $105 Weston Dean Peterson, Marion: Overweight on axle, $193 Jill Evelyn Sathe, 806 E. 13th St., #21, Yankton: Open alcoholic bev container accessible in vehicle, $120 Lance P. Koch, Fordyce, Neb.: Speeding other roadways, $125 David L. Dracy, 178 Lakeview Terrace, Yankton: Hunting in wrong unit, dis- missed-not timely filed; Litter from vehicle or transport it to rest area, dismissed-not timely filed Hasson Yarow Osman, Omaha, Neb.: Violations of safety requirements, $170; overweight on axle, $204 Petrus G. Cillers, Hendricks, Minn.: Log book/other violations, $170; over- weight on axle, $249 Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan Thursday, December 30, 2010 PAGE 2 www.yankton.net DAILY RECORD Yankton Weather 6 2 5 7 9 4 7 9 3 6 2 5 2 5 8 1 6 4 1 8 2 8 5 1 3 2 9 3 8 7 4 5 7 9 3 2 6 7 2 5 6 4 5 4 1 9 2 8 3 6 8 1 3 9 5 7 9 7 5 8 6 2 1 2 1 3 6 8 4 8 2 7 1 3 9 9 7 3 6 8 5 2 8 6 2 4 1 7 9 1 4 7 9 6 3 9 8 1 6 7 2 4 3 4 5 4 9 7 6 5 1 4 3 5 5 2 8 3 su do ku Fill the puzzle so that every row, every column, and every section contain the numbers 1-9 without repeating a number. © 2008 KrazyDad.com Check tomorrow’s paper for the solution to today’s puzzle. Yesterday’s Solution EASY CH BOOK 15 #1 EA BOOK 15 #2 218 West 4th Street • Yankton, SD 57078 • (605) 665-8042 Changes in insurance and Medicare can make you feel this way... Let us help answer questions and concerns. We’ll jump through the hoops so you don’t have to. T T hank You Thank You Thank You for your support over the years. Best wishes to everyone & have a Happy New Year. Sheriff Dave Hunhoff REGION DIGEST Delmont New Years Eve Parade Canceled DELMONT — Due to the predicted weather, the New Year’s Eve afternoon parade and the Simply South Dakota Tasting Event in Delmont has been canceled. It will not be rescheduled. Broken Resolve Concert Canceled In Yankton Due to the predicted weather the First United Methodist Church of Yankton’s youth groups Broken Resolve concert has been canceled. Glamour And Glitz To Take Place Saturday SIOUX FALLS — The second annual Glamour and Glitz, sponsored by Girl Scouts-Dakota Horizons and the Sioux Empire United Way, will take place at the Sioux Falls Convention Center at 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 1. Admission to the event is free. All elementary age girls are invited to come celebrate New Year's Eve on New Year's Day. Come join the party and get your hair styled, and nails painted. Visit the photo booth, walk the red carpet, learn new dance moves and much more. Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. For more information, contact Michelle Ellis at 605-336-8409 ext 44 or [email protected] Yankton Schools Return To Classes Monday Yankton Public Schools will not hold classes through the New Year’s holiday. Classes will resume Monday, Jan. 3. Water Safety Instructors Course Planned The Summit Activities Center will be offering a Water Safety Instructor’s Course in February. Classes will be held each Sunday in February starting Feb. 6 and concluding on Feb. 27. Class times for each session will be from noon-9 p.m. Attendance is mandatory for all four sessions. Participants will need to be prepared for time in the classroom and pool each day. Registration begins Wednesday, Jan. 5. Participants may register online at www.cityofyankton.org or at the front desk of the Summit Activities Center. The cost for the training includes WSI and FIT books. Participants must be at least 16 years of age before the class ends. Participants must also successfully swim the following strokes: Freestyle, Backstroke, Elementary Backstroke, Breaststroke and Butterfly at Level 4. The WSI class schedule is as follows: • Sunday, Feb. 6 — Noon-9 p.m.; • Sunday, Feb. 13 — Noon-9 p.m.; • Sunday, Feb. 20 — Noon-9 p.m.; • Sunday, Feb. 27 — Noon-9 p.m.; For further information, call 668-5234 or stop by the Summit Activities Center at 1801 Summit Street, Yankton. Remember to follow the Yankton Parks and Recreation on its Facebook page. Get Updates At Yankton Online (www.yankton.net) These lotteries were drawn Tuesday: 2 BY 2: Red Balls: 15-22, White Balls: 14-25 MEGA MILLIONS: 06-18-36-40- 49, Mega Ball: 7, Estimated jackpot: $196 million MEGAPLIER: 4 MYDAY: Month: 4, Day: 16, Year: 72 PICK 3: 9-1-7 PICK 5: 02-16-26-28-34, Estimated jackpot: $102,000 LOTTERIES POUND COUNT Several animals are available at the Yankton Animal Shelter. For more information call the Yankton Police Department’s Animal Control Officer, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday at 661-9494, or 668-5210. A $5 fee is required to adopt an animal. Animals can be viewed on the Humane Society Web site at www.heartlandhumaneso- ciety.net. DAILY RECORD POLICY The Press & Dakotan publishes police and sheriff reports as a public service to its readers. It is important to remember that an arrest should not imply guilt and that every person is presumed innocent until proven other- wise. When juveniles are released from jail, it is into the care of a parent or guardian. It is the policy of the Press & Dakotan to publish all names made available in the police and court reports. There are no exceptions. ARRESTS • A 16-year-old Yankton female was arrested Tuesday for the pur- chase, possession or consumption of alcohol by a minor. • A 15-year-old Yankton male was arrested Tuesday for the purchase, possession or consumption of alcohol by a minor. • James Hargan, 20, Sioux Falls, was arrested Tuesday on warrants for failure to pay a fine and failure to com- ply with sentence. • David Mortensbak, 49, Yankton, was arrested Tuesday on a parole hold. • Denise Ramsburg, 53, Yankton, was arrested Tuesday on a warrant for theft by insufficient funds check. ACCIDENTS • A report was received at 7:46 p.m. Tuesday that a 2007 Chevrolet Uplander driven by a rural Tabor woman collided with a deer on Highway 50 near 434th Ave. Estimated value of the damage was $6,300. INCIDENTS • A report was received at 5:23 p.m. Tuesday of a gas drive-off valued at $31 from a business along Highway 50. • A report was received at 3:07 a.m. Wednesday that a group of females had left a restaurant in the 500 block of W. 21st St. without paying their bills in full. • A sheriff’s office report was received at 8:50 a.m. Tuesday that 30 gallons of gasoline were stolen from a truck parked at a business along Highway 50. • A sheriff’s office report was received at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday that the back end of a vehicle could be see in the James River near Kelly’s Cove. The matter is under investigation. CRIME STOPPERS Anyone wishing to report anony- mous information on unlawful activity in the City of Yankton or in Yankton County is encouraged to contact the Crime Stoppers tip line at 665-4440. 75 YEARS AGO Monday, December 30, 1935 • Albert B. Hermann, clerk of the court of pardons said today the court informally discussed Bruno Richard Hauptmann’s plea for mercy but set no date for a formal hearing. • Ben Reitman, who describes him- self as king of the hoboes, feels that unemployment has improved. Not that there is necessarily less or more unemployment now than formerly: Being out of a job at present has a note of dignity. 50 YEARS AGO Friday, December 30, 1960 • Outgoing Democratic Gov. Ralph Herseth revealed today he would rec- ommend a 1961-63 budget of $64.5 million, saying it would allow a surplus of $2.2 million without additional taxes. • A dozen movie writers and actors, three of the Academy Award-winners, are suing major studios for $7.5 million in damages and demanding abolition of an alleged political blacklist in Hollywood. 25 YEARS AGO Monday, December 30, 1985 • Two fellow Democrats interested in replacing Rep. Tom Daschle in the U.S. House if Daschle runs for the Senate say they probably will announce their candidacies before Daschle announces for the Senate. • The government’s main gauge of future economic activity rose a tiny 0.1 percent in November, the smallest gain since June, the government reported today. CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE CHICAGO (AP) — Grains futures traded mixed Wednesday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for March delivery added 1 cent to $7.9925 a bushel; March corn edged up 0.75 cent to $6.24 a bushel; March oats dropped 4.5 cents to $3.845 a bushel; while soybeans for March delivery fell 10 cents to $13.77 a bushel. Beef and pork futures mostly trad- ed higher on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. February live cattle gained 0.45 cent to $1.0825 a pound; March feed- er cattle added 0.62 cent to $1.2407 a pound; February lean hogs rose 0.98 cent to 79.60 cents a pound; while February pork bellies were unchanged at $1.0625 a pound. ON THIS DATE AG LINE YANKTON COURTS
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  • CASES DISPOSED12/17 - 12/23/2010

    Mark Staniech, 118 Curlie St.,Yankton: Open alcoholic bev containeraccessible in vehicle, $127

    John David Norman, 1204 BelairRoad, Yankton: Fail to maintain financialresponsibility, $130; Driving with sus-pended (not revoked) license, $270;Renewal registration during assignedmonth, $120

    Ian Jose Villalobos-Vargas, 2908Douglas, #240, Yankton: Speeding otherroadways, $105

    Alexis Conklin, 1100 E. 8th, #3,Yankton: Fail to maintain financialresponsibility, $130

    Felicia Price, 1407 Meadow Rd.,Yankton: Fail to maintain financialresponsibility, $130

    Daryl Erickson, Irene: Speeding onstate highway, $105

    Alan Gift, Omaha, Neb.: Speeding onstate highway, $105

    Michael Leyden, 646 Augusta Circle,Yankton: Seat belt violation, $25

    Shelly Molstad, 1401 West St.,Yankton: Speeding on state highway,$105

    Michael James Damron, Sioux Falls:Speeding on state highway, $105

    Joshua P. Wagner, Portland, Maine:Speeding on state highway, $125

    Deanna Eaglehorse, Dell Rapids:Speeding on state highway, $105

    James John Reinhardt, 1005 KarenDr., Yankton: Speeding on state highway,$125

    Kevin Robert Turner, Parshall, N.D.:Speeding on state highway, $126

    Derek Jensen, Aurora: Seat belt viola-tion, $25

    Joseph Schaeffer, Scotland: Speedingon state highway, $105

    Leyna Luzier, 2310 Cedar Terrace,Yankton: Theft by insufficient fundscheck, $167; Theft by insufficient fundscheck, $66

    Dawn Marie McBride, 1215 WhitingSt., Yankton: No drivers license, $120

    Dawn McBride, 1215 Whiting St.,Yankton: No drivers licens, $120

    Parker J. Douglass, Columbus, Neb.:Speeding other roadways, $105

    John Anthony Cuellar, Sioux Falls:Roberry-2nd degree, $104 and 5 years injail with 5 year suspended on conditionsof the court

    Cynthia Louisa Novak, 1602 PeninahSt., Yankton: Illegal U-turn, $150

    Shaun David Koster, 100 Poison OakDrive, Yankton: Reckless driving, $493

    Kyle Louis Wright, 1000 Burleigh St.,Yankton: Disorderly conduct, $166 and14 days in jail with 14 days jail suspend-ed on conditions of the court

    Sergio Lara, 400 Block of 5th St,Yankton: Driving under influence-2nd of,$643 and 60 days in jail with 50 days jailsuspended on conditions of the court;driving under influence-2nd of, $643 and90 days in jail with 70 days jail suspend-ed on conditions of the court

    Lawrence Alan Pokorny, 901 BillBaggs Rd., Yankton: Driving underinflunence-1st of, $493; Fail to maintainfinancial responsibility, $130; Illegal lanechange, dismissed-motion by prosecutor

    Alandrea Jarae Ishmael, 1001Memory Lane #A-13, Yankton:Intentional causing contact w/ bodily flu-ids/human waste, $109 and 14 days injail with 14 days jail suspended on condi-tions of the court; Intentional causingcontact w/bodily fluids/human waste, $84and 14 days in jail with 14 days jail sus-pended on conditions of the court;Intentional causing contact w/bodily flu-ids/human waste, 14 days in jail with 14days jail suspended on conditions of thecourt

    Shaun Koster, 100 Poison Oak Drive,Yankton: Driving with suspended (notrevoked) license, dismissed-motion byprosecutor

    Jeremiah Daniel Kashas, Vermillion:Speeding on state highway, $125

    David Lee Landry, 312 Spruce,Yankton: Driving with suspended (notrevoked) license, $270

    Catherine Damisela Covey, 200 E. 4thSt., Yankton: Speeding other roadways,$105

    Lenora A. Lammers, Hartington, Neb.:Careless driving, $120

    Jay Merritt Gurney, 2000 John St.,Yankton: Speeding on state highway,$105.10

    Mathew James Heimes, 518 CedarSt., Yankton: Seat belt violation, $25

    Darren C. Grotz, York, Neb.: Failure todisplay fuel permit, $170

    Cassandra Rae Neth, Scotland: Seatbelt violation, $25

    Derek Lee Swenson, Ann Harber,Mich.: Speeding on state highway, $85

    James Kelly Stucky, 2807 Adkins Dr.,Yankton: Seat belt violation, $25

    Kayla M. Haagenson, Baltic: Speedingon state highway, $85

    Cassandra Diane Amundson, BlackHawk: Speeding on state highway, $85

    Kelly Ann Kathol, Gayville: Speedingother roadways, $125

    Thomas John Schlimgen, Scotland:Seat belt violation, $25

    Craig Roy Neth, Sioux Falls: Seat beltviolation, $25

    Chantal Noelle Tunge, Sioux Falls:Illegal lane change, $120

    Thomas John Arens, 4408 Broadway,Yankton: Seat belt violation, $25

    Whitney McCarthy, Gilbert, Ariz.:Parking/standing violation, dismissed-

    motion by prosecutorBlake Andrew Schild, 2004 Elm St.,

    Yankton: Speeding on state highway,$120

    Joshua D. Wipf, 1307 W. 17th St.,Yankton: Renewal registration duringassigned month, $120

    Raymond D. Spangler, Ewing, Neb.:Seat belt violation, $25

    Gary Thomas Schulte, 105 Anna St.,Yankton: Speeding other roadways, $105

    Dylan Lee Halvorson, 236 Drees St.,Yankton: Speeding other roadways, $145

    Aaron Robert Clements, Irene:Speeding other roadways, $105

    Eric Alan Dimmer, Gayville: Speedingother roadways, $105

    Dean Gerard Jansen, 1209 Cedar St.,Yankton: Speeding on state highway,$105

    Steven Robert Nelson, Paynesville,Minn.: No registration receipt in vehicle,$25

    Roger W. Solberg, Washburn, Wis.:Commercial vehicle plates, $170

    Michael G. Barnett, Crete, Neb.: Logbook/other violations, $170

    Alexander Dion, Wagner: Fail to main-tain financial responsibility, $130; speed-ing on state highway, $105

    Weston Dean Peterson, Marion:Overweight on axle, $193

    Jill Evelyn Sathe, 806 E. 13th St., #21,Yankton: Open alcoholic bev containeraccessible in vehicle, $120

    Lance P. Koch, Fordyce, Neb.:Speeding other roadways, $125

    David L. Dracy, 178 Lakeview Terrace,Yankton: Hunting in wrong unit, dis-missed-not timely filed; Litter from vehicleor transport it to rest area, dismissed-nottimely filed

    Hasson Yarow Osman, Omaha, Neb.:Violations of safety requirements, $170;overweight on axle, $204

    Petrus G. Cillers, Hendricks, Minn.:Log book/other violations, $170; over-weight on axle, $249

    Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan ■ Thursday, December 30, 2010PAGE 2 www.yankton.net

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    REGION DIGEST

    Delmont New Years Eve Parade CanceledDELMONT — Due to the predicted weather, the New Year’s Eve

    afternoon parade and the Simply South Dakota Tasting Event inDelmont has been canceled. It will not be rescheduled.

    Broken Resolve Concert Canceled In YanktonDue to the predicted weather the First United Methodist Church of

    Yankton’s youth groups Broken Resolve concert has been canceled.

    Glamour And Glitz To Take Place SaturdaySIOUX FALLS — The second annual Glamour and Glitz, sponsored

    by Girl Scouts-Dakota Horizons and the Sioux Empire United Way, willtake place at the Sioux Falls Convention Center at 7-9 p.m. Saturday,Jan. 1. Admission to the event is free.

    All elementary age girls are invited to come celebrate New Year'sEve on New Year's Day. Come join the party and get your hair styled,and nails painted. Visit the photo booth, walk the red carpet, learnnew dance moves and much more.

    Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character,who make the world a better place.

    For more information, contact Michelle Ellis at 605-336-8409 ext 44or [email protected]

    Yankton Schools Return To Classes MondayYankton Public Schools will not hold classes through the New

    Year’s holiday. Classes will resume Monday, Jan. 3.

    Water Safety Instructors Course PlannedThe Summit Activities Center will be offering a Water Safety

    Instructor’s Course in February. Classes will be held each Sunday inFebruary starting Feb. 6 and concluding on Feb. 27. Class times foreach session will be from noon-9 p.m. Attendance is mandatory for allfour sessions. Participants will need to be prepared for time in theclassroom and pool each day.

    Registration begins Wednesday, Jan. 5. Participants may registeronline at www.cityofyankton.org or at the front desk of the SummitActivities Center.

    The cost for the training includes WSI and FIT books. Participantsmust be at least 16 years of age before the class ends. Participantsmust also successfully swim the following strokes: Freestyle,Backstroke, Elementary Backstroke, Breaststroke and Butterfly atLevel 4.

    The WSI class schedule is as follows: • Sunday, Feb. 6 — Noon-9 p.m.; • Sunday, Feb. 13 — Noon-9 p.m.; • Sunday, Feb. 20 — Noon-9 p.m.; • Sunday, Feb. 27 — Noon-9 p.m.; For further information, call 668-5234 or stop by the Summit

    Activities Center at 1801 Summit Street, Yankton. Remember to followthe Yankton Parks and Recreation on its Facebook page.■ Get Updates At Yankton Online (www.yankton.net)

    These lotteries were drawnTuesday:

    2 BY 2: Red Balls: 15-22, WhiteBalls: 14-25

    MEGA MILLIONS: 06-18-36-40-49, Mega Ball: 7, Estimated jackpot:$196 million

    MEGAPLIER: 4MYDAY: Month: 4, Day: 16,

    Year: 72PICK 3: 9-1-7PICK 5: 02-16-26-28-34,

    Estimated jackpot: $102,000

    L O T T E R I E S

    POUND COUNTSeveral animals are available at

    the Yankton Animal Shelter. For moreinformation call the Yankton PoliceDepartment’s Animal Control Officer,from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday at661-9494, or 668-5210. A $5 fee isrequired to adopt an animal. Animalscan be viewed on the Humane SocietyWeb site at www.heartlandhumaneso-ciety.net.

    DAILY RECORD POLICYThe Press & Dakotan publishes

    police and sheriff reports as a publicservice to its readers. It is important toremember that an arrest should notimply guilt and that every person ispresumed innocent until proven other-wise. When juveniles are released

    from jail, it is into the care of a parentor guardian.

    It is the policy of the Press &Dakotan to publish all names madeavailable in the police and courtreports. There are no exceptions.

    ARRESTS• A 16-year-old Yankton female

    was arrested Tuesday for the pur-chase, possession or consumption ofalcohol by a minor.

    • A 15-year-old Yankton male wasarrested Tuesday for the purchase,possession or consumption of alcoholby a minor.

    • James Hargan, 20, Sioux Falls,was arrested Tuesday on warrants forfailure to pay a fine and failure to com-ply with sentence.

    • David Mortensbak, 49, Yankton,

    was arrested Tuesday on a parolehold.

    • Denise Ramsburg, 53, Yankton,was arrested Tuesday on a warrant fortheft by insufficient funds check.

    ACCIDENTS• A report was received at 7:46

    p.m. Tuesday that a 2007 ChevroletUplander driven by a rural Taborwoman collided with a deer onHighway 50 near 434th Ave. Estimatedvalue of the damage was $6,300.

    INCIDENTS• A report was received at 5:23

    p.m. Tuesday of a gas drive-off valuedat $31 from a business along Highway50.

    • A report was received at 3:07a.m. Wednesday that a group of

    females had left a restaurant in the500 block of W. 21st St. without payingtheir bills in full.

    • A sheriff’s office report wasreceived at 8:50 a.m. Tuesday that 30gallons of gasoline were stolen from atruck parked at a business alongHighway 50.

    • A sheriff’s office report wasreceived at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday that theback end of a vehicle could be see inthe James River near Kelly’s Cove.The matter is under investigation.

    CRIME STOPPERSAnyone wishing to report anony-

    mous information on unlawful activityin the City of Yankton or in YanktonCounty is encouraged to contact theCrime Stoppers tip line at 665-4440.

    75 YEARS AGOMonday, December 30, 1935• Albert B. Hermann, clerk of the

    court of pardons said today the courtinformally discussed Bruno RichardHauptmann’s plea for mercy but set nodate for a formal hearing.

    • Ben Reitman, who describes him-self as king of the hoboes, feels thatunemployment has improved. Not thatthere is necessarily less or moreunemployment now than formerly:Being out of a job at present has a noteof dignity.

    50 YEARS AGOFriday, December 30, 1960

    • Outgoing Democratic Gov. RalphHerseth revealed today he would rec-ommend a 1961-63 budget of $64.5million, saying it would allow a surplusof $2.2 million without additional taxes.

    • A dozen movie writers and actors,three of the Academy Award-winners,are suing major studios for $7.5 millionin damages and demanding abolitionof an alleged political blacklist inHollywood.

    25 YEARS AGOMonday, December 30, 1985• Two fellow Democrats interested

    in replacing Rep. Tom Daschle in theU.S. House if Daschle runs for theSenate say they probably willannounce their candidacies beforeDaschle announces for the Senate.

    • The government’s main gauge offuture economic activity rose a tiny 0.1percent in November, the smallest gainsince June, the government reportedtoday.

    CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADECHICAGO (AP) — Grains futures

    traded mixed Wednesday on theChicago Board of Trade.

    Wheat for March delivery added 1cent to $7.9925 a bushel; March cornedged up 0.75 cent to $6.24 a bushel;March oats dropped 4.5 cents to$3.845 a bushel; while soybeans forMarch delivery fell 10 cents to $13.77a bushel.

    Beef and pork futures mostly trad-ed higher on the Chicago MercantileExchange.

    February live cattle gained 0.45cent to $1.0825 a pound; March feed-er cattle added 0.62 cent to $1.2407 apound; February lean hogs rose 0.98cent to 79.60 cents a pound; whileFebruary pork bellies were unchangedat $1.0625 a pound.

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