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'I was never nervous': South Dakota defends Summit League title with 3-0 win over Omaha
As University South Dakota graduate assistant coach Brianna Lichty walked toward the Coyotes from a video monitor, she tried to shield her smile from the crowd. She covered her face with her iPad. She nodded. USD players started to pan their heads around excitedly.
As soon USD outside hitter Elizabeth Juhnke’s spike hit the ground and was called out of bounds, head coach Leanne Williamson shook her head and flashed the laminated green challenge card toward the referee.
She wasn’t sure, but on the bench senior middle blocker Claire Gerdes was. When Gerdes is sure, Williamson is sure.
They were right. The ball was in.
USD needn’t hide the emotions any longer. The crowd exploded. Players jumped. South Dakota took the second set, 30-28. With a 2-0 lead, the Coyotes were just one set away from the NCAA Volleyball Tournament.
Coyotes setter Madison Jurgens said she had a “weird feeling” when she woke Saturday morning that the Coyotes would sweep top-seeded Nebraska-Omaha.
“Usually we get butterflies in these situations,” Jurgens said. “I was never nervous.”
Saturday at Sanford Coyote Sports Center, South Dakota did sweep the Mavericks, 25-23, 30-28, 25-16.
No. 2 USD (20-9, 15-3 in conference) controlled the third set to win the Summit League Volleyball Tournament. It's the second straight year the Coyotes have won the tourney to advance to the national tournament with an automatic bid.
“I think once we came out in that third set and had that first run, I never feel like it's over until it's over, but we were able to build on that and our confidence grew,” Williamson said. “Made all the difference in the world.”
It was a back-and-forth match for each of the first two sets, but the play at the end of the second set was enough to grab inescapable momentum from the Mavericks. Juhnke finished with a program record for kills in a three-set match with 24 to lift the Coyotes. Jurgens added 46 assists, libero Lolo Weideman had 23 digs and outside hitter Sam Slaughter had 15 kills.
“I think (Madison Jurgens) was giving me the ball in good situations,” Juhnke said. “I had openings in the block, and I just swung hard.”
Omaha started the first set strong and built a 18-12. The Mavericks’ hitters were skying for kills, and South Dakota was getting beat at the net by Omaha, which Williamson said is the best defensive team in the Summit League.
But then the Coyotes rallied, first on a barrage from Juhnke, then a finish by Sami Slaughter.
In the second set, USD started to take control. Plays that went to Omaha in the first set started to go the way of the Coyotes. Slaughter’s ninth kill ricocheted off an Omaha player and into row eight of the stands. Aimee Adams kept a ball alive off the net and South Dakota scored.
Omaha had one more surge left to tie game, then take the lead. It went back and forth until the Coyotes took a 29-28 lead. That's when Juhnke rose for a spike from the right side. It was the play that was reviewed and gave the Coyotes the second set.
In the huddle during the second set intermission, Williamson pulled her team in.
“Where’s the pressure?” she asked.
“On them,” they all replied.
Under all of it, Omaha crumbled. And South Dakota defended its title.
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Motor Vehicle Transactions
Before calling the Pennington County Treasurer's Office, you may find it more convenient to view the following information which contains guidance regarding motor vehicle transactions.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR TITLE TRANSFERS:
Needed with ALL Title Transfers for each owner:
- Driver’s License or State Issued ID
- Proof of social security number (Copy of Social Security card or W-2)
- Proof of social security number is not required if you hold a SD Drivers License or SD ID.
- South Dakota Application for Motor Vehicle/Boat Title & Registration (MV-1001)
New Purchase (not yet titled in applicant’s name):
- Original Ownership Document Properly Assigned to Purchaser
- For used vehicles – Certificate of Title
- For new vehicles – Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin
- Odometer Disclosure Statement (MV-1021)
- Required on all vehicles with a model year less than 20 years old-signed by both buyer and seller.
- Purchase Agreement or Valid Bill of sale (date, purchase price, make, model, vin, buyer and seller
- Out of State Dealer Tax Payment Verification (MV-2003)
- Required only if taxes were paid out of state at the time of purchase.
Vehicle already titled in applicant’s name: (Out of State)
- Original Out of State Title
- If the vehicle is financed, a Title Request Form (requested from our office) must be sent to the lienholder to request the original title be sent to us. (Title request form)
- Applicant’s Tax Payment Verification (MV-2007)
- Required only if the issue date on the out of state title is within the last 6 months.
- Weight: If not listed on the title: Unlaiden, UVW, or empty weight of the vehicle must be provided for SD.
Proof by: 1) weight slip 2) picture of the manufactures metal plate stating this weight 3) printout from the manufacture for your specific Make, Model and Vin clearly showing empty weight will be required.
- Current Odometer Reading
ALL TITLE TRANSFERS
- Title Transfer Fee: $10.00
- Lienholder Fee: $10.00 (when applicable)
- Administrative Fee: $25.00 (all transactions done through the mail)
- Postage/Handling Fee: Transactions with Plates $5.00 per set; Registering with your own SD plates: $1.00
- Reassignment of other SD Plates: $7.00
- Excise Tax: Variable (see below)
- County Wheel Tax: $2.00 per wheel
- Long Distance Call charge: $3.00(when applicable)
- Correspondence Letter contact charge: $3.00(when applicable)
Above fees are PLUS registration which will also include a $2.00 County wheel tax on each wheel.
South Dakota Excise Tax
New Purchase (not yet titled in the Applicant’s name):
- All Vehicles including ATV’s and Motorcycles: 4% due on total purchase price*
- Watercraft: 3% due on total purchase price including motor*
Purchase price is defined as total consideration of vehicle/watercraft price and all accessories not charged sales tax. Including but not limited to rebates, document fees, extended warranties, service contracts, and GAP Waiver.
Trade in Allowances are deducted from the total purchase price (including accessories and anything that you did not pay sales tax on) only if verified by VIN on the purchase contract and if that trade in was titled in the name of the applicant.
Exclusions: Discounts are not rebates. Rebates are excise taxable, discounts are not. Insurance is not excise taxable.
Vehicle Already titled in Applicant’s Name on an Out of State Title:
- If the title being transferred to SD is from a state that has a state tax rate on vehicle purchases that is equal to or higher than 4%, no tax will be due to SD as reciprocity will be given if the title issue date is older than 6 months.
Full Reciprocity does not apply to those coming from Al, AK, CO, OR, SC, NH, NC, OK, NM or MT.
4% Excise tax will apply to NADA value from the SD system.
Fees are based on: model year, weight of the vehicle, and tire count. Your renewal month will be the first letter of your last name. Expiration date is the last day of that month. Renewals will be processed through to the subsequent year if you would be within 90 days of your expiration. Applicable fee charts and a list of the renewal months can found by clicking here.
Due to penalties and interest variations on late processing, amounts provided are only quotes and may differ once your your original paperwork is received in our office. Title work starts accruing interest if not completed 45 days from your purchase price. We do not go by when the paperwork is mailed/received in our office. You are responsible to have all documents in and paid for. You are strongly encouraged to mail in advance to avoid penalties.
Make payable to: PennCo Treasurer
Our system is not set up to take prepaid debit cards, gift cards or loaded employee payroll cards.
Accepted Forms of Payment: (IN OFFICE)
- Checks (no counter/starter checks)
- Money Orders
- Cashier Checks
- Visa, MasterCard, and Discover Accepted (subject to a 2.49% service charge)
Accepted Forms of Payment: (Via Mail)
- Money Orders
- Cashier Checks (NO out of state checks)
- Visa, MasterCard and Discover Accepted (subject to a 2.49% service charge)
- Mail is processed in the order that it is received. Please allow for mailing time and once received, up to 10 business days for your paperwork to get into processing.
- Always include a cover letter with your paperwork that includes a phone number and an email contact. We will try email first at no charge; phone calls or letters will be an additional charge. Watch for our email as it may go to your spam folder with our first correspondence. Also, be sure and let us know on your cover letter if you are wishing to be able to utilize an existing / not-expired SD plate off a vehicle you no longer own. Provide what vehicle it has been removed from and the plate number. If not requested at the time of transfer, you are not able to utilized your existing plate.
USPS: UPS or FEDEX:
Pennington County Treasurer Pennington County Treasurer
PO Box 6160 130 Kansas City St Suite 250
Rapid City, SD 57709-6160 Rapid City, SD 57701
Note: Expedited service can be requested by addressing your package to the attention of TREASURER JANET SAYLER and the inclusion of an additional $25.00 expedite fee.
To obtain a quote prior to sending in your paperwork, please call us 605-394-2163. Otherwise, provide all your original paperwork to us with contact information and we will contact you for credit card payment to complete the transaction. (All quotes are considered estimates until the original paperwork has arrived.)
Since Quotes are ONLY an estimate until the original documents are in our office AND have begun processing, shortages can be paid in the above manner. Likewise, any overages $10.00 or higher will automatically be processed as a County voucher within 30 days of the completed processing of your transaction.
If you have additional questions that are not answered here, please call our Rapid City Office Location at 605-394-2163. Phone calls are accepted between the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. MDT.
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Shopping With Your eWIC Benefits Card
A safe and convenient way to use your WIC benefits!
You may only use your eWIC card at any approved South Dakota WIC Program Store:
- Look for a South Dakota WIC Program sign placed in the window of the store
- Find them in the provided list of vendors
- Explore Locations online
Using Your eWIC Card
Check Your Benefits Balance
To check the balance of your benefits:
Shop For WIC Foods
Buy only what you need. You do not have to buy all your foods at one time.
Your benefits may include dry or canned beans/peas OR peanut butter. If you buy canned beans, your remaining balance is for cans, so dried beans or peanut butter cannot be purchased from that portion of the remaining balance.
- Always use your eWIC card before your SNAP benefits or other payment option (cash, debit card, etc.) to ensure the WIC benefits for specific foods are used first.
- Have your eWIC card ready. Before scanning any foods, tell the cashier you are using an eWIC card.
- When the cashier tells you, slide your card in the eWIC device or hand your eWIC card to the cashier.
- Enter your PIN and press the enter button on the keypad.
- The cashier will scan your food. The number of approved food items and the dollar amount of fresh, frozen or canned vegetables and fruits you purchase will be deducted from your benefits account.
Keep Your Receipt
The cashier will give you a receipt that shows your remaining benefits balance and the date your benefits expire.
Tips for Taking Care of Your eWIC Card
- Keep your card safe and clean.
- Keep your card away from items such as magnets, cell phones, TVs and microwaves.
- DO NOT write your PIN on your card.
- DO NOT give your PIN to anyone that you do not want to use your card.
- DO NOT bend your card.
- DO NOT place your card in direct sunlight, such as on a car’s dashboard.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a PIN (personal identification number)?
A PIN is a four-digit secret number that, along with the card, allows access to the food benefits and customer service.
- Choose four numbers that are easy for you to remember, but hard for someone else to figure out.
- Don’t choose a year like your birthday or anniversary for you or other family members.
- Do not give your PIN to anyone that you do not want to use your card. If someone knows your PIN and uses your card to get your food benefits without your permission, those benefits will not be replaced.
- Do not write your PIN on your card or keep your PIN in your wallet or purse.
What if I forget my PIN?
For assistance: call 1-877-231-9314, visit ebtedge.com, or visit a WIC clinic near you.
What if I enter the wrong PIN?
DO NOT try to guess your PIN. If the correct PIN is not entered on the 4th consecutive try, your PIN will be locked. This is done for your protection so someone else may not receive your food benefits. You will have to wait until after midnight for your account to unlock to try again.
What should I do if someone finds out my PIN?
If someone uses your card and PIN, your BENEFITS WILL NOT BE REPLACED. Immediately call customer service at 1-877-231-9314 and change your PIN.
What should I do if I lose my card?
If someone uses your card and PIN, your BENEFITS WILL NOT BE REPLACED. Immediately contact your local WIC clinic to change the status of your card. If the clinic is closed, leave a message or call 1-800-738-2301. You may also leave a message at this number.
How will I get benefits with my eWIC Card?
Benefits will be in your household food account immediately following your appointment or the beginning date of the first time you received WIC services. Benefits are good for 30 days and will expire at 11:59 pm on the 30th day. As approved foods are purchased, these items will be deducted from the available balance.
How will I know my food account balance?
After using your eWIC card at the store, your receipt will show your remaining balance. You can also find the balance using the SD WIC Mobile App, MyWIC Client Portal, or the eWIC device at the store. We recommend checking your balance before you shop.
What happens if the eWIC device at the store is not working?
If available, try another eWIC device or you can go to another participating store.
What if my card won’t work?
Please contact your local WIC clinic.
What should I do with my card after my benefits are used?
SAVE your eWIC card! Even when your WIC foods are used, your card is reusable. Your next benefits will be purchased with the same eWIC card.
If I do not use all of my benefits, will they roll over to the next month?
No. Benefits that are not used will expire on the ending date.
eWIC Customer Service
Available 24 Hours a Day/7 Days a Week
For assistance: call 1-877-231-9314, visit ebtedge.com, or visit a WIC clinic near you.
Before calling customer service or visiting the website, please have your 16-digit card number available. You will get four (4) chances to enter your card number and PIN before being disconnected.
To report fraud, call 1-800-424-9121 or visit usda.gov/oig/hotline.htm.
- Treat all WIC staff, store employees, and other WIC participants kindly and with respect
- Ensure family member that is eligible for the WIC Program is the person using the WIC foods received
- Do not participate in the WIC Program at more than one WIC office
- Keep all appointments including certifications, assessments, and nutrition education
- Bring an eWIC card to each appointment. If the card is lost multiple times, additional training will be required
- Notify the WIC clinic if income, address, phone number, or the number of family members changes
- Do NOT buy, sell, return, or trade any benefits or eWIC Card
- Select the least expensive food item so that all eligible WIC participants can continue to receive WIC services