Gov. Kim Reynolds has extended two proclamations relating to the transportation of grain and the hours of service for the delivery of propane. The governor signed a proclamation extending her Sept. 30th proclamation that allowed vehicles transporting corn, soybeans, hay, straw, silage and stover to be overweight without a permit, for the duration of the proclamation which expires just before midnight this Friday. Reynolds also signed a proclamation extending her Oct. 31st, proclamation that temporarily suspended certain regulatory provisions pertaining to hours of service for the delivery of propane. Early winter weather conditions, late harvest, and high demand for petroleum products throughout the Midwest have resulted in low supplies of propane. This proclamation ends just before Midnight this Saturday.