PENNINGTON COUNTY

An official newspaper of Pennington County, Wall, Quinn and Wasta, South Dakota
Number 50
Volume 106
December 15, 2011
$1.00 per copy
(tax included)
COURANT
By Elizabeth “Sam” Grosz
Community News Serv-
ice
Education, Medicaid
providers and state employees
to see ‘modest’ increases
More money for education, med-
ical services for the poor and state
employees was the center pin of
Governor Dennis Daugaard’s pro-
posed fiscal year 2013 budget pre-
sented December 6 to legislators
in Pierre.
The emphasis, however, was on
“modest” by the governor, who
said, “by being frugal, we have
successfully achieved a new nor-
mal and can more optimistically
plan for the future.
“Belt-tightening is never easy,
and I again thank the Legislature
for adopting a fiscal year 2012
budget that set the stage for a
brighter future as the economy
improves,” Daugaard said.
The 2012 South Dakota Legisla-
ture begins its session on Janu-
ary. 10. The state budget that leg-
islators will approve covers fiscal
year 2013, which begins July 1,
2012, and ends June 30, 2013.
The national recession and de-
clining state revenues last year
had made it necessary to make
significant cuts in funds for
schools and Medicaid providers in
order to balance the current state
budget without increasing taxes
or dipping into reserve funds.
The budget proposal outlined by
Daugaard also is meant to provide
essential state services without
increasing taxes. However, to do
so, meant using some of the
state’s reserve funds to respond to
the emergencies of flooding this
past summer and an increasing
mountain pine beetle infestation.
“This year, our state faced his-
toric flooding along the Missouri
River, as well as in the northeast
and in other parts of South Dako-
ta,” said Daugaard.
He said he will be proposing a
special appropriation to pay for
the state’s share of the costs of the
flooding, estimated at more than
$14 million.
Governor proposes fiscal year
2013 state budget to legislators
“We also face a potential disas-
ter in the Black Hills, as the
mountain pine beetle infestation,
if unchecked, could lead to a mas-
sive forest fire.” He said is propos-
ing to use $6.1 million from re-
serves to pay for these costs.
As for education, K-12 would re-
ceive a 2.3 percent ongoing in-
crease, coupled with an extra $12
million one-time investment.
Daugaard said he is committed,
in years when new dollars are
available, education should re-
ceive “the first dollar and the last
dollar” of state funds. He proposes
giving K-12 education that first
dollar by increasing the per-stu-
dent allocation for K-12 educa-
tion, by 2.3 percent, at an estimat-
ed ongoing cost of $9.8 million in
state funds.
He said additional students en-
tering the school system will cost
an additional $2.9 million in gen-
eral funds. Additionally, he pro-
poses to “increase the per-student
allocation, on a one-time basis,
outside the formula,” by an addi-
tional 0.7 percent, at a one-time
state cost of $3.9 million.
Finally, he proposes the “last
dollar” of $8.4 million in one-time
funds be used for intensive profes-
sional development for teachers in
the Common Core curriculum
standards, and for administrators
in new techniques for teacher
evaluation.
Medicare providers would re-
ceive an increase in rates paid of
1.8 percent, or $6.1 million. He
said he would also like to increase
those rates on average another 1.2
percent with one-time funds at a
cost of over $4 million. And, he
said, since there are additional
one-time funds available, he pro-
poses increasing rates another 1.5
percent, or more than $5 million.
State employees, who have had
salaries frozen for three years,
now under the governor’s proposal
would receive a three percent on-
going increase. In addition, he
said, “my budget includes a one-
Pennington County Commis-
sioners Ken Davis, District 1,
Nancy Trautman, District 2, Don
Holloway, District 3, Lyndell Pe-
tersen, District 4 and Ron
Buskerud, District 5; Pennington
County Auditor, Julie Pearson and
Don Jarvinen with city and county
GIS mapping were at the Wall
Community Center meeting room
on Monday, December 5 for a town
hall meeting concerning the new
redistricting plan.
Pearson explained that Pen-
nington County will have to adjust
their boundaries for election dis-
tricts due to the census. As Pear-
son explained every 10 years the
county only has the numbers to
make the change possible. This al-
lows the auditor’s office and the
commissioners to draw election
districts that are compact and con-
tiguous and keeps incumbent
elected officials in their own dis-
Redistricting town hall
meeting held in Wall
tricts. The new map as Pearson
said has no gerrymeandering of
lines which makes it fair for all
commissioners. The western and
eastern ends of Pennington Coun-
ty will stay split as they have been
in the past.
A scheduled town hall meeting
for Hill City was held on Thurs-
day, December 8. There will be a
town hall meeting in Rapid City at
the Pennington County Court
house on Tuesday, December 13 at
noon. Pearson noted the commis-
sioners final decision on the redis-
tricting maps will be held on De-
cember 20. If the public has
any comments that they would
like to make they can contact the
commissioners or Lyndell Pe-
tersen. Wall City Finance Officer
Carolynn Anderson has the maps
in her office if anyone would like to
look at them.
City and County GIS mapping employee Don Jarvinen and Pen-
nington County Auditor Julie Pearson presented the redistrict-
ing town hall meeting in Wall on Monday, December 5.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
Wall Badlands Area Chamber of Commerce Retail Committee
host annual pancake supper
Wall Chamber Director Lindsey Hildebrand greeted 600 com-
munity members who registered for door prizes at the Wall
Badlands Area Chamber of Commerce Retail Committee annu-
al pancake supper held on Wednesday, December 7 at the Wall
Drug Store. Doorprize winners for eight $25.00 children gift cer-
tificates were: Brand Hilgenkamp, Bailey Lytle, Jenna Elshere,
Nathaniel Schultz, Sierra Wilson, Monica Bielmaier, Dawson
Hess and Alexa Dunker. Four $100 Adult Gift Certificates were:
Kristy Heathershaw, Edith Paulsen, Marilyn Drewitz and Sue
Willis. Four $250 Shopping Spree winners were: Marsa Walker,
Judy Papousek, Larry Eisenbraun and Stacy Schulz.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
Jackie Heathershaw and Troy Schulz with the Wall Badlands
Area Chamber of Commerce Retail Committee helped serve the
annual pancake supper held at the Wall Drug Store on Wednes-
day, December 7. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
Rebecca Griebel visits with Santa Claus during the Wall Bad-
lands Area Chamber of Commerce Retail Committee pancake
supper held at the Wall Drug Store on Wednesday, December 7.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
(continued on page 3)
by Laurie Hindman
Wall City Council met on Thurs-
day, December 8, at the Wall Com-
munity Center meeting room.
Council members present were:
Bill Leonard, Pete Dunker, Rick
Hustead, Stan Anderson, Jerry
Morgan and Mike Anderson.
Mayor Dave Hahn, City Finance
Officer Carolynn Anderson and
Public Works Director Jeff Clark
were also in attendance for the
meeting.
Mayor Hahn called the meeting
to order at 6:30 p.m. Council ap-
proved the agenda for the meeting.
Capt. Corey Brubakken gave the
police report for Deputy Louis
Lange who was at the scene of an
accident. He reported that there
are three deputies on duty in Wall
and hours are consistent with
years before numbers.
Bev Dartt, Kelly Welsh and
Linda Eisenbraun with the park
committee were also present for
the meeting. Eisenbraun ad-
dressed the council on several
needs for the park. Her first re-
quest was for $150 to replace dam-
aged trees at the park, which will
be done over the course of several
years. A memorial from Earl
Crawford for playground equip-
ment was discussed. The memori-
al would be for three spring horses
for the park. They would replace
the three flowerbeds that the com-
mittee is planning to take out.
Hahn asked Hustead why the
spring horses were taken out at
the dinosaur. Hustead didn’t know
the reason why. Clark said it was
a liability issue with insurance.
Eisenbraun will visit with Rhonda
Mettler and Clark about getting
different playground equipment.
Eisenbraun then requested that
the volleyball court be put back
and used as a volleyball court
again. Her last request was to
have an ice skating rink built at
the park. She stated that the vol-
leyball court could be used for that
purpose during the winter months.
After much discussion the council
came to an agreement to allow the
ice skating rink. A motion to pro-
ceed with replacing bushes for
next spring at a cost of $150, refur-
City Council approves to proceed with an
ambulance district
bish the volleyball court and flood-
ing the ice skating rink was ap-
proved.
Joel Stephens and Dale Patter-
son from the Masonic Temple ad-
dressed the council on the cost of
water and sewer charges for the
temple. Patterson said the
charges have doubled since 2005
and would like to know what
other options the Masonic Temple
may have. Patterson and the
council discussed shutting the
water off which in turn would lead
to having to pay a years worth of
utilities to turn the water back on.
Patterson then commented that
they might sell the building and
rent the Wall Community Center
meeting room to cut expenses.
First Lutheran Church sign
permit and to waive the permit
fee was approved.
Council reviewed building per-
mits for: Stacy Stewart – storage
shed; Dean Schulz – replace of
roof material; Pete Dunker – stor-
age shed; Earl Hammerstrom –
replace roof material on house
and garage; Wall Drug – replace
concrete in alley south of Mall and
Eric Hansen – replace siding.
Mayor Hahn requested from the
council to either reject or accept
the fire hydrant near the airport.
Since the request was not in the
budget for 2011 or 2012 the coun-
cil rejected the matter.
City provided cell phones or
pagers met with a great deal of
discussion and different options
from the mayor, council and city
employees. Leonard noted that
the phone committee had dis-
cussed it at length and decided it
would be best to go back to the
pagers for the city employees. C.
Anderson said that they still have
the three pagers that were used
from previous years. Jim Kitter-
man asked why are we stepping
backwards in time? Hustead then
asked Clark what he thought in
which Clark replied that there
would be a delay in answering the
page. After further discussion the
council approved a motion to have
employees get their own phones
and pay $30 a month to each em-
ployee effective as soon as possi-
ble.
Second reading of Ordinance
11-12; supplemental appropria-
tion was approved.
Second reading of Ordinance
11-13; amend vendors license was
approved.
First reading of Ordinance 11-
14; amend banner ordinance was
approved.
First reading of Ordinance 11-
15; amend water service was ap-
proved.
First reading of Ordinance 11-
16; the council approved wards.
Water rate increases – Resolu-
tion 11-13 was approved.
C. Anderson asked for approval
for the safety manual. She had
Garrett Bryan review the manual
since he had attended a safety
conference. Council approved
safety committee of Leonard and
Morgan and Jim Kitterman as
Safety Coordinator and Bryan as
his assistant.
Golf Course lease was dis-
cussed by council members. C. An-
derson asked for the council to re-
solve the current issue of the
water rate whether it should be
$1, $1.50 or $1.75 per gallon for
2011. S. Anderson noted that the
golf course budget has been cut
and due to the rain this summer
they only used 13 million gallons
of water. Council approved the
management agreement and
water rate of $1.50 per gallon.
Council approved Resolution
11-11; Wall Health services to roll
there budgeted money from 2011
over to 2012.
Clark reported on the school
zone flashing light. He has or-
dered a new gel battery and two
18-watt LED lights at the cost of
the $660.
Property owners disconnecting
water meter devices when they
close for winter will now have to
notify a city worker so the water
meter won’t be damaged.
Librarian Wendy Brunnemann
feels uneasy with the back library
door being blocked shut. Kitter-
man talked to the Insurance Com-
pany and State Fire Marshall
about the issue. After an inspec-
tion the Fire Marshall recom-
mended installing an exit and
emergency light and changing the
doorknob. Council asked what the
cost would be to replace the win-
dows. Kitterman replied that he
had an estimate of $700 - $800 per
window. Council approved to
cover door with insulation and
make it possible to get out in case
of an emergency.
Council approved Waste Con-
nection to discontinue alley
garbage service effective January
1, 2012 thru May 1, 2012.
The council addressed Fire and
Ambulance districts. Dunker re-
minded the council that they had
made a motion two months ago to
look into an ambulance district.
Dunker went on to explain due to
lack of volunteers and now having
to pay an ambulance crew we
need to resolve or supplement the
ambulance budget. He went on to
say that we should try to organize
an ambulance district similar to
what the fire department had
tried. Dunker added, “We are
serving and paying for calls with
Wall dollars.” If we are planning
an ambulance district we need to
have the petition into the auditor
by May 2012 to bring the issue to
a vote. Dunker also stated that
the ambulance has a problem of
collecting uncollected bills. Coun-
cil agreed they need to implement
having a collection agency collect
unpaid bills. Dunker noted that
once their funds are gone they
would have to shut down. He then
asked do we push for an ambu-
lance district? Hahn said we are
running out of time on this matter
we need to make a decision one
way or another. Hustead said, we
need to try and push for an ambu-
lance district. Hahn informed the
council that we would have to hire
someone since the Chamber Di-
rector; Finance Officer, city work-
ers and myself do not have the
time. Hahn thought it would take
a minimum of 1,000 hours to do
all the legwork. Hustead reasoned
we have to do this or we might not
have an ambulance. Hahn then
(continued on page 3)
What would a pancake supper
be without Santa Claus to
hear all those wishes from the
little ones who attended the
supper with their parents.
After listing to their wants
Santa gave each youngster a
bag of goodies to finish off
the evening. Santa then head-
ed back to the North Pole to
make all those wishes come
true. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
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Wall native, Garrett Shearer
(Violin II), will tour the upper Mid-
west with the Augustana Orches-
tra, under the direction of Dr.
Christopher Stanichar, associate
professor of music, during the
month of January.
Tour dates and locations in-
clude:
•Thursday, Jan. 26: 7 p.m., Dow
Rummel Village Chapel, Sioux
Falls, S.D.
•Friday, Jan. 27: 7 p.m., St.
Timothy's Lutheran Church,
Omaha, Neb.
•Sunday, Jan. 29: 9 a.m. and
10:30 a.m., worship services at St.
Andrew's Lutheran Church, Mah-
tomedi, Minn.
•Sunday, Jan. 29: 4 p.m., Memo-
Wall native Garrett Shearer to
tour midwest with Augustana
Orchestra
rial Auditorium, Dawson/Boyd
Arts Association Fine Arts Series,
Dawson, Minn.
•Monday, Jan. 30: 7 p.m., Edin-
borough Park, Edina, Minn.
•Tuesday, Jan. 31: 12:25 p.m.,
Armstrong High School, Robbins-
dale, Minn.
Founded in 1922 as a collabora-
tive organization with the City of
Sioux Falls, the Augustana Or-
chestra became the original South
Dakota Symphony. The Orches-
tra's January tour follows its per-
formance this fall alongside leg-
endary rock band KANSAS at the
historic Washington Pavilion in
Sioux Falls to a near sell-out
crowd.
Pennington/Jackson Farm Bureau
coloring contest winners
Pennington/Jackson Farm Bureau held a coloring contest and
the winners were announced on Tuesday, December 6 in the
Wall School library. Winners were presented with a book by au-
thor Amanda Radke entitled “Levi’s Lost Calf”. Pictured back
row from left to right ... Cooper McConaghy, Amanda Radke and
Ash Grenstiner. Front row from left to right ... Regan Simons,
Nora Dinger, Jesse Thorson and Levi LoveJoy.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
Letter to the Editor
Editors, the closing of post of-
fices throughout the state of
South Dakota is a big concern for
all. We hope that our letter will be
posted in all newspapers across
the state to let others join us in
the fight to keep our SD post of-
fices open.
We are asking for help from
everyone concerned about the
closing of area post offices and
possibly Dakota Central mail pro-
cessing plant in Huron. The clos-
ing of rural post offices affects
everyone. Yale closed last year
and was told to go to Carpenter,
Cavour or to Iroquois. This year
Carpenter and Cavour are possi-
bly closing. Residents of South
Dakota like the quick and efficient
service on a daily basis. Denver,
CO is experiencing a waiting line
of one hour per person no matter
what time of day, it is as a result
of their suburb post offices clos-
ing. People move here for our way
of living.
Here are more concerns being
said by other area residents and
businesses we visited with about
our post offices closing in rural
areas. Two (2) three-day services
will create a delay in approval and
payment in a timely manner espe-
cially for accounts due by the 10th
of the month. Two - three day
service will only create more e-
traffic, as invitations are sent in
advance, but not too early…when
should I send their invite now?
E-traffic is not always available
in the rural areas and others liv-
ing in towns do not always have a
computer. The receipt of a birth-
day card on the day or the closest
“mail” day means a lot to the
sender and the receiver.
Everyone please write to Sena-
tor Johnson, Senator Thune and
Representative Noem about your
concerns.
You may also mail your letters
directly to Mary Anderson, Dis-
trict Discontinuance Coordinator,
PO Box 7500, Sioux Falls, SD
57117-7500 or you may call her at
605-333-2738. (Docket: 1357324-
57324, Item Nbr: 18)
Please contact us or visit
GreatThingsSD.com for a copy a
detailed letter summarizing the
concerns of other postal cus-
tomers.
Please don't hesitate to contact
SDNA if you have any questions.
/s/Barb DeJong Cavour, SD
(605)-599-2313
/s/Kathy Micheel Cavour, SD
(605)-354-4829
Legislative Week in Review
By District 30
Representative Lance Russell
December 8, 2011
The governor proposed his
budget to the legislature this past
week. The good news is that South
Dakota’s economy performed
much better than expected in the
past year; that coupled with Gov-
ernor Daugaard’s tax and budget
policies serve as credit for South
Dakota’s economic success. As a
result, tax revenue to state gov-
ernment is up and the Governor is
proposing to spend approximately
$90 million more next year than
the state has spent this year.
I commend the governor for his
efforts last year to reduce the
deficit spending engaged in for
seven of the eight years of his
predecessor. However, I am con-
cerned about some of the increas-
es the governor is proposing this
year.
Governor George Mickelson cre-
ated a “rainy day reserve fund”
that was the equivalent of five
percent of the yearly state budget.
Governor Daugaard is proposing
retaining less than one percent
(about $12 million) in uncommit-
ted reserves. This causes me great
concern. The national and world
economies and governments are
clearly in serious danger. In my
opinion, this is not a time for state
government to spend unobligated
reserves to the less than the five
percent Governor Mickelson so
wisely kept a tight fist on in the
much better economic times of the
1980s and 1990s.
I favor some of Governor Dau-
gaard’s proposed increases to K-
12 education. However, I have se-
rious concerns about his proposed
increases that will continue the
unabated growth of a Regental
System that continues to add in-
frastructure and institutions to its
long list of obligations.
I look forward to listening to
your suggestions and concerns as
we continue to develop the state’s
budget. Please let me know your
thoughts by calling me at 745-
6871 or e-mailing me at Rep.Rus-
sell@state.sd.us.
First and Emmanuel Lutheran Phoebes held their annual pie
sale before Thanksgiving and raised $550. The proceeds were
used to buy canned fruit, cereal, peanut butter and other goods
for the Country Cupboard. Pictured above from left to right is
Carol Hoffman and Margie Eisenbraun. The Country Cupboard
is an equal opportunity provider. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
Country Cupboard receives
donation from Phoebes
Philip-Wall Modern Woodmen of
America members recently provid-
ed assistance to The County Cup-
board. The Philip-Wall Modern
Woodmen chapter donated $250
worth of food items as part of the
organization’s Care and Share
Program.
Coordinated by local Modern
Woodmen members, chapters pro-
vide opportunities to connect
through social activities and vol-
unteer projects.
Care and Share is a nationwide
program that offers Modern Wood-
men chapters an opportunity to
provide up to $250 of basic life ne-
cessities to individuals and fami-
lies in need in their communities.
Each year members from over 600
chapters purchase and donate
thousands of dollars worth of food,
clothing and more.
“When a family needs household
items after a natural disaster or
other crisis, or a shelter or food
pantry needs more supplies to help
Local Modern Woodmen
members reach out to
those in need
families, Modern Woodmen mem-
bers can help through this annual
project,” says Don Haynes, local
Modern Woodmen activities coor-
dinator.
For more information about the
local chapter and how you can get
involved, contact Don Haynes at
605-259-2778 or at
dhaynes@gwtc.net.
As a tax-exempt fraternal bene-
fit society, Modern Woodmen sells
life insurance, annuity and invest-
ment products not to benefit
stockholders but to improve the
quality of life of its stakeholders-
members, their families and their
communities. This is accom-
plished through social, charitable
and volunteer activities. Annual-
ly, Modern Woodmen and its
members provide more than $23
million and nearly 1 million vol-
unteer hours for community proj-
ects nationwide.
The Country Cupboard is an
equal opportunity provider.
Modern Woodmen donate to Country Cupboard. Pictured from
left to right...Mike West, Don Haynes, Carol Hoffman and Marcia
West. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
Area & School News
Pennington County Courant • December 8, 2011• Page 3
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Arthur Christmas (PG)
Friday, December 16th:
1/2 Price Movie Night
sponsored by Modern Woodmen
Fri: 8:00 p.m. Sat: 8:00 p.m.
Sun: 1:30 p.m. Mon: 7:00 p.m.
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December 23-24-25-26:
Happy Feet Two (PG)
Christmas Eve Matinee: 1:30 p.m.
Christmas Day: 7:00 p.m.
December 30-31, Jan. 1-2:
Jack & Jill (PG)
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Black Hills Financial Services located at Black Hills Federal
Credit Union is pleased to announce that Ridge Sandal has
been selected as November’s student of the month. Ridge is a
sophomore at Wall High School that keeps busy being involved
in Football, FFA and One Act Play. Ridge is proud to be a foot-
ball player where he received honorable mention for Western
Great Plains Conference and was part of the Wall Football team
that made it to State this year. In FFA, Ridge made it to state last
year in range judging. Ridge is a role model to other students
and he likes to meet new kids. In his spare time he likes to hunt,
ride motorcycle, work on the farm and watch movies. After
Ridge graduates he plans on attending a four year college.
Ridge is the son of Matt and Anita Sandal, Quinn, SD. Congrat-
ulations Ridge from Black Hills Financial Services!
~Courtesy Photo
BHFCU student of the
month
KEVN Black Hills FOX is
pleased to announce its sixth an-
nual Rising Star of the West Schol-
arship contest. This year, thanks
to First Interstate Bank, the total
value of scholarships is once again
at $7,500. The first place winner
will receive a $4,000 college schol-
arship, with $2,000 for second
place, $1,000 for third place and
$500 for fourth place.
High school students will have
the opportunity to present com-
mentaries on KEVN Black Hills
FOX News on topics important to
them. Viewers will then be able to
view those videos at
blackhillsfox.com and help pick
the four finalists and the eventual
winner.
Students who wish to partici-
pate need to shoot a short (one
minute) video of them talking
about any subject that interests
them. They don’t need to be elabo-
KEVN Black Hills Fox announces
sixth annual “Rising Star of the
West” scholarship contest
rate productions, since those
videos won’t run on air. The videos
need to be submitted to KEVN
Black Hills FOX, along with an
entry form, by December 31st. The
20 students selected for the con-
test will tape their commentaries
at the KEVN Black Hills FOX stu-
dios to air beginning in February.
The four weekly winners will be-
come finalists and will tape four
more commentaries on four com-
mon topics to air during the finals
of the contest beginning in April.
Interested students can get
entry forms and rules at
www.blackhillsfox.com. They
could join our previous winners,
Shad Christman of Lemmon High
School along with Kaitlyn Hem-
mingson, Annelise Ewing and
Janese Bakeberg of Spearfish
High School and Caila Brennan of
St. Thomas More High School, as
the latest Rising Star of the West.
The mountain pine beetle epi-
demic will affect a major Black
Hills snowmobile route in the Du-
mont area when the trails open for
the season on Dec. 15.
According to officials with the
SD Game, Fish and Parks and the
Black Hills National Forest Serv-
ice, portions of snowmobile Trail 2,
in the Northern Hills Ranger Dis-
trict, will be closed to snowmobil-
ing this season as crews harvest
trees infested with the beetles.
Crews need to work over the win-
ter to remove the infested trees be-
fore the beetles take flight next
summer, searching for new trees
to infest.
Trail 2 that followed Forest
Service Road (FSR) 206 south of
Dumont toward Black Fox Camp-
ground has been removed. In addi-
tion, Trail 2 in the vicinity of FSR
209 and the Long Draw area is
Black Hills snowmobile trail
rerouted by Mountain Pine
Beetles
rerouted. A new Trail 2C was
added in the vicinity of Crooks
Tower to connect Trail 6 to the re-
mainder of Trail 2 to provide for
access to the warming shelter at
Black Fox campground.
Officials say reroutes of the
snowmobile trail system will likely
be common over the next several
years as harvesting efforts work to
get the epidemic under control.
Snowmobilers are also advised
to avoid off-trail travel in the areas
where active logging is taking
place. The Forest Service esti-
mates up to 100 trucks a day could
come out of the Long Draw, Bull-
dog Ranch and Dumont areas.
Snowmobiles are small and fast-
moving, making them difficult for
logging traffic to see.
Snowmobile trails are open on
the Black Hills National Forest
from Dec. 15 to March 31, 2012.
November 2011, Pennington
County Sheriff’s report
During the month of November
2011, the Pennington County
Sheriff's Office recorded the fol-
lowing statistics in and around the
community of Wall:
Time
City hours: . . . . . . . . . . . . .272.50
City hrs other deputies . . .129.00
Total City hours . . . . . .401.50
Training hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . .19.00
Vacation/Sick hrs . . . . . . . . .96.00
County hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.00
# of times called out/Hrs . . . .0.00
Arrest
Warrants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Non-Warrants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Calls For Service
Alcohol Violations . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Animal Complaints . . . . . . . . . . .3
Assaults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Assist Other Agencies . . . . . . . .4
Attempt to Locate . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Burglary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Civil Problem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Community Activity . . . . . . . . . .0
Coroner Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Court . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Disturbance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
DPP/Vandalism . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Drugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Extra Patrol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88
Fire Medical Assist . . . . . . . . . . .2
Follow-up Investigation . . . . . . .9
Found or Lost Property . . . . . . .0
Calls for Service
Keep the Peace . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Minor Consuming . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Murder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Runaway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
School Function . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
SOLV Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Suicide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Suspicious Activity . . . . . . . . . . .1
Theft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Weapons Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Welfare Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
911 Hang up Calls . . . . . . . . . . .1
Civil Patrol
Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Served . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
City Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Traffic Activity
Citations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Injury Accidents . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Non-Injury Accident . . . . . . . . . .3
DUI's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Motorist Assist . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
School Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Skate/Bike Citation . . . . . . . . . .0
Skate/Bike Warning . . . . . . . . . .0
Speed Trailer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Vehicle/Parking Comp . . . . . . . .9
Please feel free to visit with
Deputies Louis Lange, Dallas
Kendrick and Darren Ginn or
Capt. Corey Brubakken with any
questions or concerns related to
law enforcement in and around
the Wall Community.
asked do we pursue the issue?
Council said yes we need the serv-
ice. Council approved a motion to
proceed to hire a person at a min-
imum of $10 - $12 an hour and
elected Dunker as chairperson.
Council approved city minutes.
Pay requests from Associated
Pool for $14,963 and Site Works
for $128,000 were approved along
with City of Wall, Fire Depart-
ment and additional bill, Ambu-
lance with addition bill and Li-
brary bills.
Officer Carolynn Anderson
asked the council to approve the
final provisions for the policy
handbook. Council gave their ap-
proval. She also informed the
council that they have been de-
nied a grant for the pool.
Public Works Director Jeff
Clark asked for approval to attend
a Technical Conference in Pierre,
City Council approves to
proceed with an ambulance
district continued
time payment to state employees,
equal to five percent of their
salary, to partially offset the loss
of purchasing power due to infla-
tion in the three years their
salaries were frozen.”
The governor also called for in-
creased funding for higher educa-
tion, through both ongoing and
one-time funding increases for
both the Board of Regents and for
the state’s Technical Institutes.
An ongoing increase of 0.9 per-
cent, or more than $1.4 million,
was proposed by Daugaard, as
well as a one-time increase of 2.1
percent at a cost of more than $3.4
million, and a 1.5 percent addi-
tional increase in one-time funds
of more than $2.4 million.
Technical Institutes, under
Daugaard’s proposal, would re-
ceive funding similar to that for
K-12 with a 2.3 percent ongoing
formula adjustment, 0.7 percent
in one-time funds and an addi-
tional 1.5 percent in one-time
funds.
Daugaard said he is “proud that
we adopted a conservative rev-
enue estimate that has not over-
stated our projected receipts, to
date.”
He said this was after “several
years of experiencing revenue
falling short of projections.” That
conservative estimate, he said, “is
the responsible way to manage. In
a world full of uncertainty, we
must continue this conservative
approach.”
Daugaard said he is proposing
that $10 million in one-time funds
from FY12 and more than $12.1
million in projected funds from FY
13 remain unappropriated. Each
of these amounts, he said, is less
than one percent of the general
fund budget, and leaves room for
“weaker-than-expected revenue
collections.”
If the fiscal years end on target,
he said, the funds can revert into
the state’s reserve funds, to “build
back from our emergency re-
sponse efforts.”
Instead of the tough decisions
made last year to balance the
budget, Daugaard said, this year
proposals can be considered about
new growth and new ideas.
However, he said, “it is crucial
that we remain true to maintain-
ing a structurally-balanced budg-
et based on conservative revenue
estimates.”
Not to do so, Daugaard said,
“we risk a return to an era of
structural deficits.”
Governor proposes fiscal year 2013
state budget to legislators continued
January 10-12, 2012. Council ap-
proved. Clark also gave an update
on the apartment. He has the
apartment ready to shut down
and wanted to know what the
council would like to do with it.
Council approved to prep it for
storage.
Kitterman asked the council to
enter into Executive Session for
the purpose of discussing person-
nel/legal issues according to
SDCL 1-25-2.
Council entered out of executive
session and with no other busi-
ness adjourned the meeting.
There will be a special meeting
on Thursday, December 29, 2011
at 12:00 noon and the next city
council meeting will be held on
Thursday, January 5, 2012 at 6:30
p.m. Both meetings will be held in
the Wall Community Center
meeting room.
Rifle roping held at Ruland
Arena
A rifle, draw and novice team
roping was held at the Ruland
Arena, LLC., on Saturday, Novem-
ber 26.
Draw pot had 31 teams. Win-
ners were: First - Wayne For-
tune/Dalton Kelly - 24.78; Second -
Troy Richter/Hedi Cuny - 25.39;
Third - Shaun Ruland/Bob Rose -
28.07 and Fourth - Luke
Gimpel/Rocky Tibbs - 29.33.
Rifle Team roping winners had
18 teams: First for the rifle - Dal-
ton Kelly - 29.70 on four head; Sec-
ond - Trey Richter - 40.33; Third -
Troy Richter - 41.81; Fourth -
Shaun Ruland - 42.39 and Fifth -
Billy Gallino - 46.43.
Novice Team roping had 12
teams: First - Cameron
Richter/Dalton Richter - 28.71 on
two head; Second - Cameron
Richter/Billy Gallino - 34.19 on
two head; Third - Rocky Lane
Tibbs/Riley Ruland - 12.87 on one
head.
Need a gift idea for that hard-to-buy
someone?
How about a gift that keeps on giving all
year?
A subscription to the Pennington County
Courant.
Call to start your subscription gift!
(605) 279-2565
Girl Scouts donate to Country
Cupboard
Wall Girl Scouts held their annual blue bag drive for canned
goods to help the Country Cupboard stock their shelves.
Pennington County Courant • December 15, 2011 • Page 4
Socials
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General Dentistry
348-5311
Hours: 8-5, Mon.-Fri.
506 West Boulevard, Rapid City, SD 57701
A A Meeting
Tuesday & Friday, 8 p.m.
Methodist Church Basement East Entrance
When anyone anywhere reaches out for help, I want the
hand of AA always to be there. And for that I Am Responsi-
ble.
West River Excavation
Ditching and Trenching of all types
Craig Coller 837-2690
Kadoka, SD
Badlands Automotive
For all your automotive needs.
Jerry & Bev Mooney
Phone: 279-2827 or 279-2733
Wall, SD
Ronald G. Mann, DDS
Family Dentistry
2nd, 3rd & 4th Wednesday of each month
Hours: 8:30 - 12:30 and 1:00 - 5:00
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Wall News
Gathered by Frances Poste
Norman and Diane Geigle and
Gerald and Esther Wolford spent
the weekend with Jason and Sara
Jorgens and family in Boyd, MN.
The twins Addison and Elizabeth
celebrated their third birthdays.
On the way home, they stopped to
visit Terry and Amy Beers in
Howard, SD. They got to see the
beautiful home they are building.
Lucille Huether joined Jackie
Sawvell and Tammy Huether at
Marcia Huether’s on Saturday to
make cookies and candy for
Christmas.
Bill and Kay Leonard attended
their great-grandson’s birthday
party Friday evening at his par-
ents, the Michael Kroells home.
Brady (Shoobee, a nickname from
his sister) turned three years old.
All his relatives attended.
Tyler Keyser and a hunting
friend from Baldwin, WI, came to
hunt pheasants and visit family.
Hunting was excellent and they
reported getting their limit each
of the three days. Grandpa Dale
took all for supper at the Two Bit,
Saturday night.
When talking to my brother
Jack on the phone, he mentioned
that his grandson, John S. Gueth-
lein, was honored at a ceremony
in North Platte, NE, last week. He
received his “Eagle Badge” from
the Boys Scouts of America at the
age of 14. Jack’s son, John, had re-
ceived his “Eagle Badge”, also,
when he was 14. Congratulations
to you, Johnny!
Coming from Sioux Falls, last
Tuesday night, Michelle Lam-
phere stopped in Wall and had
supper with Grandma Poste. They
even got in a game of Scrabble be-
fore she continued on home to
Rapid City. Seems there is a lot of
traveling for her, back and forth
between those two cities.
Congratulations go out to Hugh
Estes in honor of his 80th birth-
day!
Congratulations also to Aletha
and Kennie Wood for 69 years of
marriage!
As always, the Pancake supper
last Wednesday evening at Wall
Drug Store was a huge success.
Fair weather usually insures a
large crowd. This event is spon-
sored by area retailers. After sup-
per, the Wall Drama Group from
Wall High School put on two per-
formances of their one-ace play —
The Christmas Carol — the radio
version. Sound effects were great!
Delbert Sebade is still in the
Clarkson/Mt. View Health Care.
He has therapy three times a day.
Edith Paulsen went with Anita
Peterson to visit him last Tues-
day. Marsha and Darren Lytle
were there, too.
The Lutheran Church seems to
have completed their big project.
It will look very good when they
get the sod back and growing.
Evelyn Kjerstad came down
from Rapid City with Orlin and
Lourine Winkowitsch on Wednes-
day. They were among the crowd
enjoying pancakes that evening.
Were you among those who
viewed the lunar eclipse early on
Saturday morning? The sky was
so beautiful and clear but I missed
it! The sun had not come up yet
when I looked, but couldn’t find
the moon, too late.
Not one, but two, piano recitals
were held at the Methodist
Church on Sunday afternoon.
Carla Brucklacher had her stu-
dents perform at 2 p.m. and
Dorothy Shearer’s group followed
at 5. It must mean there is a lot of
musical talent out there.
Stephanie Williams had an ap-
pointment with doctors at the
Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN,
early Tuesday morning. Keep her
in your prayers.
From all reports, the Elemen-
tary Christmas program at the
school was very good. There was a
packed house!
We had snow on Thursday,
weekend was nice and then woke
up to fog and frost on Monday
morning. It hung around all day.
Isn’t there an old adage that we
will then have moisture in 90
days? It would come around
March 12th.
Have a good week!
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For that hard to buy for
person or last minute gift
stop in at
Ann’s Motel Office
hours 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
pick up a box of
Russell Stover Candy $8.99 & $12.99,
St. Patrick’s Cookbook $10.00 (shipping inc.)
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Wall Centennial Book $40.00(shipping inc.)
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NO ALLEY GARBAGE SERVICE
Due to wet and melting snow conditions notice is
hereby given that garbaghe service will only be
picked up from the street front and sides and
NOT from the alleys beginning January 1, 2012.
Alley service will resume May 1, 2012.
Thank You, City of Wall
Published December 15 & 22, 2011, at the total approximate cost of
$61.20.
PENNINGTON COUNTY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
and OFFICIAL MEETINGS
The Pennington County Board of Commissioners will be pre-
senting the proposed decennial redistricting maps at two public
meetings. The official public meetings, in which action will be
taken, will be held in Rapid City, SD in the Commissioners
Meeting Room of the Pennington County Courthouse, 315 Saint
Joseph Street, on the following dates:
Tuesday, December 13, 2011 at 12:00 p.m.
Tuesday, December 20, 2011 at 9:00 a.m.
The public is invited to attend all hearings and meetings.
ADA Compliance: Pennington County fully subscribes to the
provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you desire
to attend this public meeting and are in need of special accom-
modations, please notify the Pennington County Commission
Office at 394-2171 so that appropriate auxiliary aids and servic-
es are available.
Published December 15, 2011, at the total approximate cost of
$34.19.
Engagement
Dennis and Kathy Rieckman of
Wall, are please to announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Nicole Rieckman, to Garett Du-
laney, son of Richard and Sylvia
Dulaney.
Nicole is originally from Es-
telline, SD. She graduated from
Estelline High School in 2001. She
attended the University of South
Dakota and graduated in 2005
with a Bachelor of Arts degree in
Psychology. She earned her Mas-
ter of Science degree in Counseling
and Human Resource Develop-
ment from South Dakota State
University in 2007. She is current-
ly employed as an Academic Sup-
port Advisor at the University
Center in Sioux Falls.
Garett is originally from Twin
Bridges, Montana. He graduated
from Twin Bridges High School in
2000. After graduation, he attend-
ed Helena College of Technology
for Fire Science while also wild-
land firefighting for the DNRC. He
moved to Sioux Falls, SD, in 2002
and has been with Sioux Falls Fire
Rescue since 2004.
An April 20, 2012 wedding is
planned.
Menu Elderly Meals
(Served at Prairie Village)
December 15 - 21, 2011
Thursday:
Christmas Dinner
Baked Ham, Mashed Potatoes,
Gravy, Glazed Carrots, Pistachio
Salad.
Friday: Hot Beef on Whole
Grain Bread, Mashed Potatoes,
Gravy, Corn Broccoli Bake,
Peaches, Vanilla Ice Cream.
Monday: Beef & Noodles,
Tossed Salad w/Dressing, Parsley
Carrots, Orange.
Tuesday: Chili, Marinated
Vegetable Salad, Whole Wheat
Crackers, Cooked Apples.
Wednesday: Chicken Alfredo,
Italian Vegetables, Grape Juice,
Peach Crisp.
24 hour
Reservations Required
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*All meals include a milk and a bread
serving.
*Menu subject to change without notice.
This public service message is brought to you
by the Pennington County Courant
Submitted by Lola Joyce Riggins
279-2372
Last weeks news
Greetings… Well another bit of
snow this morning. This expert
would guess one to two inches, ha
ha. There was still patches of
snow in the area especially
around the buildings and trees.
Thank God we are being allowed
to live without strong wind gales.
It’s hard to believe it’s South
Dakota in the winter time.
Delmer and Mary Paulsen at-
tended the Memorial Service for
Elsie Hultenschmidt held at the
Quinn Community Center,
Wednesday the 23rd, and then on
the 25th, they motored to Sturgis
to attend funeral and burial serv-
ices as Delmer served as one of
the pallbearers. May Elsie rest in
peace.
Well it seems to be Christmas
card time. My first card arrived
last week.
Mike and Anita Heathershaw
took their sons Malcom and
Matthew to Rapid City, Thanks-
giving Day and they enjoyed a
movie, family togetherness, their
Thanksgiving meal and some
shopping.
Thanksgiving day guests in the
Delmer and Mary Paulsen home
were son Darrin, Jackie, Dawson
and Dreyson Paulsen from Belle
Fourche, son Tom Paulsen from
Lead, and niece Krista, Jason and
Jamie Testin from Rapid City.
The Darrin Paulsen family from
Belle Fourche got to stay and visit
until Saturday and Mary said
they had a great time enjoying the
grandsons.
Mary Paulsen received word
that her brother-in-law Augie An-
derson has been diagnosed with
Lewybody dementia and there is
no cure and he also is on dialysis
and in the hospital. His wife Mar-
garet is trying to get him located
closer to their home so she can re-
turn and be able to stay and not
have to drive so far to visit or have
to stay away from their home.
May the Countryside put them on
our prayer list. What a double
whammy. Their home is in Atwa-
ter, MN.
Eldon and Lillian Helms at-
tended the Pierre Soil Conserva-
tion in Pierre from Monday the
28th to Wednesday the 30th.
Eldon is on the board and they
work with encouraging no till,
residue in the soil, teaching con-
servation about planting, kinds
and taking care of trees. Lillian is
on the Auxiliary and they work
with our young people with poster
contests, speech contests, scholar-
ships for conservation encourage-
ment. They kind of zero in on the
juniors and seniors.
Lillian said while in Pierre,
they did the parade of the trees
and it was real interesting. They
had a showing of sandbags from
the Missouri flood made up as
snowmen with little shovels,
paper chains and all decorated
from the flood last summer. Last
year was their 100 anniversary. It
was quite a sight to see with all of
the different trees.
Mary Paulsen substituted at
the Wall School, Wednesday, the
30th.
Thanksgiving weekend guests
in the parental Eldon and Lillian
Helms home were Emily of Brook-
ings, and Elizabeth of Spearfish.
They all had an early Thanksgiv-
ing, the 20th, and with Eugene
and Glenda Helms, they all
helped Earl Helms of Rapid City,
celebrate his birthday.
Today, Sunday, was a mixed
weather day, snow flurries and
had there been more snow bliz-
zard conditions for a while, high
winds and colder feeling. It turned
into blizzard conditions until the
snow piled up.
Thanksgiving guests in the
Richard and Nancy Horton home
were Rich’s sister Kay and Terry
Dahlquist of Sioux City, and Rich
and Nancy’s daughter Jannelle
and Josh Karau and Liam of
Cedar Rapids, IA. As well as
Thanksgiving, Jannelle, Josh and
Liam were weekend guests and
Nancy so enjoyed Liam as he is
talking and quite an entertainer.
He also enjoys doing chores.
Mike and Anita Heathershaw
and boys are thankful for the TV,
as they have been busy watching
National Finals Rodeo to see how
our South Dakota cowboys are
doing.
Thanksgiving Day guests in the
parental Dennis and Kay Sieler
home were daughter Christina of
Rapid City, and Todd of Wall.
Mike Heathershaw, Malcom
and Matthew joined the many in-
terested bull buyers to attend the
Bull Sale at the Greg and Lori
Shearer Ranch on Friday, Decem-
ber 2nd. Anita took the opportuni-
ty to go get some shopping done.
Thought: Christmas is not a
date, it is a state of mind. Keep a
Christmas mind always, it makes
everything twice as good.
This weeks news
Greetings… Lola Joyce Riggins
made a business trip to Kadoka,
Wednesday, and had a half a day
until it turned sour. I enjoyed a
short visit with Virginia Collar of
Longvalley, a great visit with
Denise Kelly and then stopped to
see Faye Eisenbraun in her home.
Did you know if your mobil key
would refuse to turn the ignition,
you just turn the steering wheel
some it will work. It ruined my
day.
The Grindstone Womens Club
held their Christmas Party and
meeting at the Senior Citizens
Club in Philip, last week. A deli-
cious potluck supper was served
to 14 members and a half dozen
husbands. A nice enjoyable
evening was enjoyed by all.
Sharon Barnett said her mother
Bessie O’Bryan is still enjoying
her visit at Katie Heins and fami-
ly in Rapid City. Katie is Sharon’s
sister and Bessie’s daughter. I re-
member writing when Bessie
went to Rapid City, but the kogs
aren’t working on all six so it
won’t come to mind. I was also
sorry I missed Mary Lou Soren-
son’s Retirement Party and the
Drug Stores annual appreciation
supper and watching the kids
wait and then visit Santa. Such is
life. Now things were going good
so the battery went dead on the
phone. Win some, lose a bunch.
Did you see the moon eclipse
early this Saturday morning, the
10th, and that beautiful reddish
colored sunset? We sure do have
some wonders up there if we take
time to enjoy them. That moon is
shinning like it got a film off and
its a full one.
My how times have changed.
Kyler Kjerstad had surgery to re-
move his tonsils, Friday morning,
at the Same Day Surgical Center.
Shortly after the surgery, Kyler
was released to go home and when
I called he was busy playing and
enjoying the evening.
Carol Omdahl made a business
trip to Philip, Friday, for a chiro-
practic treatment. It seems as we
get older, the body says hey re-
member me, I’ve kept you going
these last years.
Max and Nancy Hauk of Wall,
were Saturday visitors in the Har-
lan and Linda Eisenbraun home
and they enjoyed Christmas tree
hunting. The guests were supper
guests and enjoyed visiting before
returning home.
Walt and Lucy Simmons and
Morgan from Nebraska, arrived to
the Jef and Marilyn Wilsey home
Friday and were overnight guests.
Saturday, they enjoyed the day
Christmas tree hunting and then
taking one home with them.
Bryn McKay and Chelsie Whit-
ley of Western Vo Tech in Rapid
City, were weekend guests in the
Shaun McKay home.
Shaun McKay helped me in dis-
tress this morning. I realized the
furnace hadn’t kicked in. So
thankful it wasn’t snowing and
wind blowing. It’s a little chilly for
no heat. Shaun sure helped make
my day look brighter.
Thought: It is Christmas in the
heart that puts Christmas in the
air. Christmas is the time to let
your heart do the thinking.
Countryside News
annc@
gwtc.net
Pennington County Courant • December 15, 2011 • Page 5
Religious
Wall Bldg.
Center
279-2158
Wall, SD
De's Tire
& Muffler
279-2168
Wall, SD
Hustead's
Wall
Drug
Store
Call 279-2565 to be a
sponsor on this church
directory.
Rush Funeral Home
Chapels in Philip, Wall & Kadoka
Jack, Gayle & D.J. Rush
www.rushfuneralhome.com
Dowling Community Church
Memorial Day through Labor Day
Service 10:00 a.m.
Badlands Cowboy Church
Wall Rodeo Grounds
Wednesdays, 7 p.m.
Evangelical Free Bible Church
Wall
Ron Burtz, Pastor
279-2867 • www.wallfreechurch.com
Wednesdays: Good News Club, 2:45 p.m.,
Awana 4:45 p.m., Youth Nite, 7:00 p.m.;
Sundays: Sunday School &
Adult Bible Fellowship, 9 a.m.,
Sunday Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.,
Women’s Bible Study, 6:30 p.m.
Interior Community Church
Highway 44 East
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.;
Sunday Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
Scenic Community Church
Pastor Ken Toews
Services - 2nd and 4th Sundays
9:00 a.m.; Sept. through May.
First Baptist Church
New Underwood
Pastor James Harbert
Bible Study, 9:00 a.m.;
Sunday Services, 10:00 a.m.
Wall United Methodist Church
Pastor Darwin Kopfmann • 279-2359
Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m.
Wasta
Services Sundays at 8:30 a.m.
New Underwood Community Church
Pastor Ed Wyatt
Sunday School 9 a.m.;
Adult & Children Service 10 a.m.;
Youth Fellowship: Wed. 7 - 8:30 p.m.
St. John's Catholic Church
New Underwood
Father William Zandri
Mass: Sundays at 11:00 a.m.;
Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. at
Good Samaritan Nursing Home;
Reconciliation before Sun. Mass
First Evangelical Lutheran Church
Wall
Pastor Curtis Garland
Sunday Service, 9 a.m.
Emmanuel Lutheran Church
Creighton
Services 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning.
St. Patrick's Catholic Church • Wall
Rev. Leo Hausmann
Masses: Saturday 5 p.m., Sunday 8 a.m.
Weekdays refer to Bulletin
St. Margaret Church • Lakeside
Mass: Saturday 7 p.m. even number months or
Sunday 10 a.m. odd number months
Holy Rosary Church • Interior
Mass: Saturday 7 p.m. odd number months or
Sunday 10 a.m. even number months
by Cornelius R. Stam
Grace and faith are
the characteristic fea-
tures of the present dis-
pensation. Not only is
salvation now declared
to be by grace, through
faith, but the Spirit also
operates in the believer
by grace, through faith.
He does not take pos-
session of us and cause
us to do what is right, but
dwells within each be-
liever (I Cor. 6:19) to
provide needed guid-
ance and the strength to
withstand temptation,
and we may avail our-
selves of this provision
by faith.
The Spirit, Who first
imparted life to us will
also impart strength to
withstand temptation
and overcome sin. In our
inability to even pray as
we ought, "the Spirit...
helpeth our infirmities"
and "maketh interces-
sion for us" (Rom. 8:26).
In our weakness we are
"strengthened with
might by His Spirit in the
inner man" (Eph. 3:16)
and God even stoops to
"quicken [our] mortal
bodies by His Spirit that
dwelleth in us" (Rom.
8:11).
"Therefore, brethren,
we are debtors, not to
the flesh, to live after
the flesh" (Ver. 12).
The implication from
the above passage is
that though sorely
tempted we are debtors
to the Spirit who dwells
within and provides
overcoming power.
The question, in times
of temptation, is gener-
ally whether we truly de-
sire to overcome, for we
may overcome in any
given case by grace,
through faith. In the
present dispensation it
is not true that it is not
possible for the believer
to sin, but it is blessedly
true that in any situation
it is possible for him not
to sin, for the Spirit is al-
ways there to help.
THE HOLY SPIRIT AND
THE BELIEVER TODAY
Obituaries
Marion Olson____________________
Marion (Bunty) Knight Olson
passed away December 3, 2011 in
Santa Maria, California. At her
request no services are planned,
and cremation has taken place.
Her wish was to be scattered over
the ocean.
Marion was born on May 27,
1920, to James and Jeannie Mal-
colm in Santa Barbara, Califor-
nia. She lived and went to school
in Nisland, South Dakota.
She married Lennis Smith and
they had three children, Calvin
Smith, Jim Smith and Jeanne
Spawn. Upon Lennis' death in
WWII, Marion attended Black
Hills State College where she met
Byron Olson. They married and
had two children, Bonnie Carney
and Barbara Olson.
Marion taught school in Quinn,
South Dakota, and Newcastle,
Wyoming, until Byron and she
moved to Santa Maria, where she
finished her teaching career.
She was an avid gardener and
liked being outside planting and
trying new varieties of plants in
her many gardens. She especially
enjoyed sharing her beautiful
flowers with her neighbors and
friends. She loved the ocean and
had an extensive shell collection.
Marion is survived by her son,
Jim (Penny) of Prescott, Ariz.;
daughters, Jeanne (Tom) of
Casper, Wyo., Bonnie (Larry) of
Santa Maria, Calif., and Barb
(Robert) of Gillette, Wyo.; daugh-
ter-in-law, Dee Smith, Buffalo,
S.D.; as well as many grandchil-
dren and great-grandchildren.
Her parents; her husbands,
Lennis and Byron; her son,
Calvin; her grandson, Josh
Schultz; and two sisters, Joyce
Alexander and Helen Grahek,
preceded Marion in death.
Arrangements are under the di-
rection of Dudley-Hoffman Mortu-
ary, Crematory and Memory Gar-
den.
Cactus Customer
Appreciation Party
Friday, December 23rd
•KaraoKe starting at 9 p.m.
Every Sunday Brunch Buffet
9 a.m.-2 p.m. • Cactus Café
Live Music — New Years Eve — Cactus
Free Brunch – Sun., December 18th
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. - Cactus Café
Everyone welcome • Free will offering for the church of your choice.
NotICE
Wall Drug Pharmacy
will be closing at 1:00 p.m. on
Friday, December 23rd
and will be closed all day
Monday, December 26th
in observance of
Christmas.
We will be open Regular Hours
Monday, January 2, 2012.
Marilyn Joyce Frein________________________________
Marilyn Joyce Frein, 80, of
Sturgis, left this life and family
that loved her so much to be with
our heavenly father on December
7, 2011, at the Sturgis Regional
Senior Care in Sturgis.
Marilyn was born June 21,
1931, as the first and only daugh-
ter to Marvin and Marie Heim in
Centerville, S.D. Eight years later
she was joined by her only beloved
brother, Marvin “Bud” Lee Heim,
who resides in Williston, N.D.
At a very early age she entered
the nursing profession, which was
her passion. She later married B.
Edward Frein on June 12, 1951.
They started their life together on
a ranch north of Philip. They later
purchased a dairy farm, south of
Wall. After selling the farm at
Wall in 1976, they moved to Rapid
City. In 1991, they returned to
Philip where they lived until Ed’s
passing in 1994. Marilyn returned
to Rapid City and lived there until
2008 at which time she moved to
the Sturgis Senior Care Center.
Grateful for having shared her
life are her five children, Lloyd
(Marianne) Frein, Philip, Marlene
(Bob) Baker, Rapid City, Mary
“Pat” (Dennis) Kniffen, Scotland,
Douglas Frein, Philip, and Eliza-
beth "Betsy" (Daniel) St. Pierre,
Rapid City; 15 grandchildren; nine
great-grandchildren; and a broth-
er, Marvin “Bud” Heim.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, B. Edward Frein;
her parents; and a daughter-in-
law.
Mass of Christian burial was
celebrated Monday, December 12,
at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic
Church in Sturgis with Rev Arnold
Kari as celebrant and Rev. Peter
Etzel, SJ, as concelebrant
Interment was at Black Hills
National Cemetery near Sturgis.
A memorial has been estab-
lished to the St. Jude’s Children's
Hospital.
Friends and family may sign
her online guest register and leave
written condolences at www.black-
hillsfuneralhome.com.
FLU
VACCINE
still available at
Wall Health
Services, Inc.
No appointment
necessary.
Insurance will be filed.
Please call 279-2149
We are in the season of advent.
The coming of the Christ child.
The New Underwood School
Honor Society came and helped resi-
dents celebrate their birthdays
which are in December. The New
Underwood School Choir also enter-
tained our residents with Carols.
The Red Hat bunnies came and
decorated the trees and also did
some Christmas Caroling.
Rev. Edwards from the Presbyte-
rian church held worship service and
we did a hymn sing.
Kenny Karp held rosary services
on Wednesday.
Our Bingo helpers were Bonnie
Elliott, Verna Maude, Freddie Fer-
guson and Norma Pellegrin.
Rev. Darwin Kopfmann from the
Wall Methodist church held worship
service, and Dorothy Shearer led our
hymn sing.
The Douglas School came and did
crafts with the residents.
Friday morning, the Cordes chil-
dren, Kipp, Piper and Gatlin along
with their mother Paige, sang
Christmas Carols. What a joy to our
residents to hear those little chil-
dren.
Until next time…may God bless.
Good Samaritan Society
Come Party with the Christmas Baby,
Bonna Fortune
for her 60th Birthday!
at the Two Bit, Quinn, SD
on
Friday, December 23rd
7:00 p.m.
ATTENTION:
The Powerhouse gym
will be CLOSED from
December 21st to 26th
to refinish the gym floor.
The fitness area will
remain open.
Thank you.
Submitted by
Lloyd and Margee Willey
WOW, what a delightful evening
at our 16th annual Christmas
potluck! Sixty plus people attended.
We had a full house of happy people.
Friends from in town, up the hill,
over the hill, up town, over the river
and through the woods all shared in
the great food provided. We enjoyed
the musical entertainment and
songs provided by Madi and Ash
Grenstiner and their school friend
from Wall, Nichole Volmer. Numer-
ous door prizes in the form of hand
beaded ornaments made by Madi,
Ash and Nichole were awarded to
lucky winners.
Speaking of lucky winners: The
hand made denim quilt made and
contributed by Dorothy Bathel, had
the name Mel Anderson on the
drawn ticket. Proceeds go to our
Community Hall Maintenance
Fund.
Good news from the Humphrey
family. Anna Lee’s recent PET scan
last week showed that there is no
other cancer! What a wonderful
Christmas gift! When this good news
was shared at the potluck super, the
smiles, cheers, applause from Anna
Lee’s friends and neighbors showed
their earlier concern and now the
sense of gladness that this good
news gave everyone in the room!
Now we all hope her physical thera-
py continues to go well.
Earlier in the week, Jean Linn
held the WTL Christmas lunch at
her home. It is such fun to get to-
gether with these women from “Up
the Hill”. Carolyn Wilsey, Dorothy
Anderson, Rosemary Trask, Kellie
Linn, Jean Linn, new member Cha-
sity Julson and her seven month old
beautiful daughter Chasie and me
(Margee) shared a tasty lunch, lively
conversation — yes we do laugh, a
lot of laughter is healthy you know.
Even a serious discussion for next
years plans and needs.
Some of the same women are part
of the Red Hat Country Gals so
when a Deadwood adventure was
planned who could refuse that? Sun-
day, we gathered at one of the newer
bigger hotels/event centers, sporting
our red hats had lunch, conversa-
tion, some “testing” of the generosity
of the slots — word was they were a
little “Scroogeish” and then headed
upstairs for the Christmas show. An
hour of wonderful entertainment!
Tradition with a twist, so to speak.
The Red Hatters are: Jean — (she’s
the MUM), Dorothy Anderson, Car-
olin Wilsey, Carolyn Anders, Mar-
garet Nachtigall, Peggy Gravatt,
Sandy Fields, Norma Pellegrin,
Marion Case, and me (being Margee,
not Lloyd, but you knew that). Pink
Hatters Kellie Linn and Charlotte
Wilsey.
I arrived back in Wasta worn out
from dancing every number with the
troop (of course I was actually in my
chair the whole time but my feet
were busy), but full of beautiful
Christmas music and time with
friends and you know — the SPIRIT.
Jamy Williams was heard to com-
ment: “We drove around after dark
and with all the pretty Christmas
lights and decorations, Wasta looked
all pretty and postcard worthy.”
A busy weekend for “Wastans”.
Faye Bryan, Kathy McNabb, Hazel
Kalkbrenner, and Mary Lewis drove
to Faye’s cabin where they met up
with Sheila Drees. The objective was
cutting cedar boughs for Christmas
home decorations. That was accom-
plished, a pick-up load of fresh
boughs were brought home! It is so
much about the friends, time at the
cabin, a good lunch provided by
Sheila, and the beautiful day to
enjoy being outside and appreciating
this little piece of Western South
Dakota.
Voice recital held Sunday at the
Methodist Church in Wall: Madi and
Ash Grenstiner have taken lessons
and participated in the recital. Carla
Brucklacher is the teacher. The girls
also participated in Dorothy’s Piano
party later on Sunday.
Monday evening, elementary
school program in Wall “The IN-
CREDIBLE REINDEER” program
pretty much filled out the week. And
what a very enjoyable program is
was! Talented kids and great teach-
ers combined with lots of hard work.
Wasta kids in the program: Madi
Grenstiner — Mrs. Claus; Raiden
Crawford — Band (tuba and chorus);
Austin Crawford — Comet the Rein-
deer; John Deering — Recorder and
chorus; Kole Gallino — chorus; Ash
Grenstiner — chorus; Samantha
Rancour — chorus; Brody Carter —
chorus; Sheridan Deering — chorus;
Connor Crawford — chorus; Mason
Crawford — chorus; Dayton
Skillingstad — chorus; Natalee
Skillingstad — chorus. Wasta
grandparents with grandkids in the
program: Mike and Gretchen
Rausch, grandparents of Kaylen
Spotted Bear, Kindergarten chorus;
and Dorothy Bathel, grandmother of
Cameron Ausmann, Recorder and
chorus.
The High School Program is
scheduled for Monday, December
19th.
Santa Claus will be in Wasta on
Friday, the 23rd of December. His elf
in charge of special appointments at
special places confirmed that it will
happen. Kids of all ages are encour-
aged to sit on Santa’s knee. But first
you must sing a song, recite a poem,
perform a magic trick or otherwise
entertain Santa to get your present.
In Wasta, Santa is given the gift of
your talent — be it serious or funny.
Be at the Community Hall to go car-
oling (weather permitting) otherwise
be there by 6:45 p.m. for Santa. Re-
freshments will be provided.
May the true spirit of Christmas
be with you during the busy days a
head.
Wasta Wanderings
School & Sports
Pennington County Courant • December 15, 2011• Page 6
By Coach Kier
On December 6th, the Lady Ea-
gles kicked off their season as they
played the Kadoka Lady Cougars.
"The girls played hard and
played with a lot of heart and
drive. I am very pleased with how
well they played both offensively
and defensively," said Coach Hess.
The Eagles held on, but came up
a little short of a win with a final
score of 49 to 44.
The leading scorers for Wall
were Sadie O'Rourke with 17 and
Autumn Schulz with 14. The lead-
ing rebounders for Wall were
Schulz with seven and Krysta
Kjerstead with five.
"I look forward to a great season,
we have great leadership and the
girls are all motivated to do well as
a team," added Coach Hess.
Stats:
Wall: 9 8 11 16 = 44
Wall FFA member Kailey
Sawvell reports the Wall FFA
Chapter’s Ag Issues Team re-
turned from the state leadership
CDE contest in Pierre on Monday,
December 5th.
The team competed on Sunday,
December 4th at 8:45 p.m., as part
of the FFA State Leadership CDE.
They’re presentation called,
“Adrian v. Vonk: Who Should Pick
Up The Tab” dealt with who is re-
sponsible for paying landowners
damages caused by prairie dogs in
the Conata Basin.
The team presented to several
community groups and organiza-
tions in preparation for the state
event, and the hard work paid off
when they beat the other 14
teams to win first place.
This was very exciting news for
this team, as they have worked
very hard on their project. The Ag
Issues Team will be traveling to
Indianapolis, Indiana in October
2012 to represent South Dakota
and compete at the National FFA
Convention.
Wall FFA Chapter’s Ag Issue Team. Pictured back row
from left to right ... Rolly Fortune, Clancy Lytle, Kaden Eisen-
braun and Elsie Fortune. Front row from left to right ... Bailey
Lytle, Jennifer Emery, Cheyenne Deering and Kailey Rae
Sawvell. ~Courtesy Photo
Wall FFA team takes
first place at state
Kadoka: 12 14 17 6 = 49
Scoring: 2-pts, 3-pts, Total:
Carlee Johnston - 0-3 1-4 1, Krys-
ta Kjerstad - 2-12 3-6 7, Autumn
Schulz - 4-8 5-12 14, Kaitlin
Schreiber - 1-3 0-5 2, Sadie
O’Rourke - 6-12 2-4 17, Emily
Linn 0-2 0-0 0, Elsie Fortune - 0-1
1-2 1, Bailey Lytle - 1-3 0-0 2,
Josie Blasius - 0-1 0-0 0. Totals:
14-45 12-33 44.
Field Goal Percentage: Lady
Eagles - .311, 14-45.
3-pts: Lady Eagles - 4-10;
(Johnston- 0-1, Schulz - 1-2,
O’Rouke - 3-6 and Lytle - 0-1).
Rebounds: Lady Eagles - 26,
(Schulz - 7).
Fouls: Lady Eagles -18.
Assists: Lady Eagles - 8, (Kjer-
stad - 4).
Steals: Team total - 5, (Kjer-
stad - 4).
Turnovers: Lady Eagles - 28.
Lady Eagles lose first
home game to Kadoka
Lady Eagles player Sadie O’Rourke dribbles past a Kadoka
player on Tuesday, December 7. The Lady Eagles lost their first
home game 44-49. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
Dairy Queen
Athletes
of the Week
Autumn Schulz
Girls Basketball
Kale Lytle
Boys Basketball
Kelly Green
Gymnastics
Raedon Anderson
Wrestling
By Coach Kier
The Eagles faced off against
their local opponent the Philip
Scotties on December 8th.
The Eagles played a good game
with a final score of 43 to 25. The
top scorer for Wall was Autumn
Schulz with 17 and Krysta Kjer-
stead with nine.
The Eagles out rebounded the
Scotties 34 to 30, and the lead re-
bounders for Wall were Schulz
with seven, Carlee Johnston and
Kjerstead both with six.
"Our team is young and is gain-
ing a great deal of experience each
game. We are bound to have good
games, and we are bound to have
poorly played games, but the girls
are taking away a great deal of ex-
perience and making themselves
Lady Eagles bring home win
over Lady Scotties
Wall Lady Eagles Carlee Johnston goes for the ball during the
game against Philip Lady Scotties. Lady Eagles won the game
43-25 for their first win of the season held on Thursday, Decem-
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Wall Eagles basketball team
played their first game at home
against the Philip Scotties. The
Eagles won by a score of 70-39.
The Eagles will travel to Ben-
nett Co., on Thursday, December
Eagles win first game of
season over Philip
15 for their first away game.
Wall: 16 11 18 25 = 70
Philip: 10 13 8 8 = 39
Stats: Scoring - 2-points, 3-
points and Total. Les Williams
1-1 1-2 3, Tyler Trask 3-6 4-6 10,
Carson Johnston 0-0 1-2 1, Kale
Lytle 4-10 3-7 11, Laketon
McLaughlin 3-10 0-2 6, Lane Hus-
tead 3-8 3-3 9, Clancy Lytle 3-7 4-
4 11, Danny Muzik 0-1 0-0 0,
Chavis Shull 4-8 4-5 12, Tucker
O’Rourke 0-1 0-0 0, Ben Linn 1-2
0-0 2, Tyler Peterson 2-10 1-2 5.
Totals: 24-64 21-33 70.
Field Goal Percentage: Ea-
gles .375, 24-64.
3-pt FG: Eagles 1-11 (Trask 0-
1, Hustead 0-3, C. Lytle 1-4,
Muzik 0-1, Shull 0-2).
Rebounds: 35 (Peterson 8).
Fouls: Eagles 25.
Assists: Eagles 9 (Trask 2,
Hustead 2, Shull 2).
Steals: Eagles 18 (C. Lytle 6).
Turnovers: Eagles - 17.
Eagles Lane Hustead takes one to the hoop against the Philip
Scotties on Friday, November 9. The Eagles won the game 70-
39. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
much better basketball players,"
said Coach Hess.
Wall: 7 7 14 15 = 43
Philip: 2 9 5 9 = 25
Stats:
Scoring: 2-pts, 3pts, Total:
Carlee Johnston 0-6 0-0 0; Krysta
Kjerstad 1-4 7-12 9, Autumn
Schulz 5-13 7-12 17, Kaitlin
Schreiber 1-3 0-0 2, Sadie
O’Rourke 3-11 0-1 6, Emily Linn
1-3 1-2 3, Bailey Lytle 0-1 2-2 2,
Tayah Huether 0-1 0-0 0, Monica
Bielmaier 0-2 0-0 0, Josie Blasius
0-0 4-4 4. Totals 11-44 21-33 43.
Field Goal percentage: Lady
Eagles - .250, 11-44.
3-pt Field Goal: Lady Eagles -
0-5 (Johnston 0-1, Schulz 0-1 and
O’Rourke 0-3).
Rebounds: Lady Eagles - 27
(Schulz 7).
Fouls: Lady Eagles - 23.
Assists: Lady Eagles - 6 (Kjer-
stad 2; O’Rourke 2).
Steals: Lady Eagles - 21
(Schulz 6).
Turnovers: Lady Eagles - 32.
By Coach Kier
The third game of the season
was on our home court against the
Edgemont Moguls. The Moguls
took the win with a final score of
49 to 39. The top scorers for Wall
were Autumn Schulz with 19 and
Sadie O'Rourke with nine. The Ea-
gles out rebounded the Moguls
with 34 to 30.
The top rebounders for Wall
were Kaitlin Schreiber and Schulz
both coming down with seven big
boards.
"The girls played hard, and they
have been very motivational both
on and off the court. I want them
to keep their heads up and come
away from this loss with a better
understanding of the game. I be-
lieve the girls will come back to
practice and work that much hard-
er in time for the following games
to come," said Coach Hess.
Wall: 11 5 13 10= 39
Edgemont: 17 10 2 20= 49
Stats: 2-points, 3-points,
Total: Carlee Johnston 0-3 0-1 0,
Krysta Kjerstad 2-6 1-8 5, Autumn
Schulz 6-19 7-11 19, Kaitlin
Schreiber 1-2 0-0 2, Sadie
O’Rourke 2-14 4-4 9, Elsie Fortune
0-3 0-0 0, Bailey Lytle 0-2 0-0 0,
Josie Blasius 1-4 2-2 4. Totals: 12-
53 14-26 39.
Field Goal Percentage: .266,
12-53.
3-pt FG: Lady Eagles 1-8
(Schulz 0-1, O’Rourke 1-6, Lytle 0-
1).
Rebounds: Lady Eagles 34,
(Schulz 7, Schreiber 7),
Fouls: Lady Eagles 14.
Assists: Lady Eagles 4 (Kjer-
stad 1, Schulz 1, O’Rourke 1, Lytle
1).
Steals: Lady Eagles 9 (Schulz 2,
Fortune 2).
Blocked Shots: Lady Eagles 2
(Fortune 2).
Turnovers: Lady Eagles 26.
Wall Eagles won their second
game of the season over the Edge-
mont Moguls by an impressive win
of 60-30.
Wall: 22 23 4 8 = 60
Edgemont: 4 3 10 13 = 30
Stats: 2-pts, 3-pts and Total:
Les Williams 3-5 0-0 6, Tyler
Trask 6-10 3-3 16, Carson John-
ston 1-1 0-0 2, Kale Lytle 4-5 0-0 8,
Laketon McLaughlin 1-5 3-4 5,
Lane Hustead 5-7 0-0 10, Clancy
Lytle 1-4 0-0 2, Danny Muzik 0-1
0-0 0, Chavis Shull 1-5 1-2 3, Tuck-
er O’Rourke 1-4 0-0 2, Ben Linn 1-
1 0-0 2, Kaden Eisenbraun 0-1 0-0
0, Tyler Peterson 1-6 2-2 4. To-
tals: 25-55 9-11 60.
Field Goal Percentage: Ea-
gles .455, 25-55.
3-pt FG: Eagles 1-4 (Trask 1-3,
Shull 0-1).
Rebounds: Eagles 29 (Trask 5).
Fouls: Eagles 18.
Assists: Eagles 9 (K. Lytle 3).
Steals: Eagles 20 (Hustead 6),
Blocked Shots: Eagles 2
(O’Rourke 2).
Turnovers: Eagles 21.
Eagles win
over Edgemont
Lady Eagles
lose to
Edgemont
Wall Public school has received a $500 grant from the ExxonMobil
Educational Alliance Program to support the School’s math, science
or computer program. Holly Schulz/manager of Common Cents in
Wall worked with school officials to secure the grant, which is one of
2,400 available to schools across the country served by Exxon or
Mobile stations. The grants were made possible by funding from the
ExxonMobil Corporation. “Wall School works hard to make learning
interesting and fun,” said Holly Schulz/manger. “As an Exxon retail-
er, I am proud to help young people of Wall.” The ExxonMobil Edu-
cational Alliance program is designed to provide Exxon and Mobile
retailers with an opportunity to invest in the future of their communi-
ties through educational grants to neighborhood schools.
Pennington County Courant • December 15, 2011 • Page 7
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HILDEBRAND STEEL & CON-
CRETE: ALL types of concrete
work. Rich, Colleen and Haven
Hildebrand. Toll-free: 1-877-
867-4185; Office: 837-2621;
Rich, cell: 431-2226; Haven,
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FOR SALE: Heavy duty hay
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2451, Faith. PR17-2tp
FOR SALE: 3020 John Deere,
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4430 front end, new rims and
tires. Practically all rebuilt.
$10,700. 754-6126 or 391-
6087. P1-4tc
HAY FOR SALE: Grass/alfalfa,
round bales, 1000 lbs. Call
Jerry J. Nemec, 843-2564.
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vIRGIN ANGUS BULLS: Net
Worth and Freedom bloodlines.
Good structure, dispositions,
calving ease for cows or large
heifers. 605/390-5535 or 754-
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FOR SALE: Harvested grain
sorghum. Also: Alfalfa & alfalfa
mix hay. 859-2943. P43-tfn
HELP WANTED
POSITION AvAILABLE: Half-
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Kadoka School for the remain-
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HELP WANTED: Assistant cook
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beginning Dec. 15. $9.00 per
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99, Kadoka, SD 57543 or appli-
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HELP WANTED: Cashier, full-
time, 2 p.m. to 10 p.m., some
weekends, wages DOE. Pick up
an application at Gas & Go,
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MISC. FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Stainless steel 4-
tub, 2-faucet bar sink, excellent
condition. Del’s, Exit 63 Box
Elder, 390-9810. P1-1tp
FOR SALE: Dual reclining
loveseat with center storage/
armrest/cup holder. Scotch-
guard applied. Chocolate brown
color, only one year old. Cost
$750 new. Reason? Too big for
room. Call 859-2909 after 6
p.m. or leave message. Can send
picture if desired. P1-tfn
FOR SALE: (49) pieces
Themocraft Ballerina Rose pat-
tern dishes, includes (9) cups,
(7) saucers, creamer, sugar
bowl, gravy boat, (1) dessert
plate, (2) bread serving plates,
(8) dessert bowls, (8) dinner
plates, (1) large serving bowl, (2)
larger serving platters with han-
dles. All in fair to excellent con-
dition, some have chips, cracks
and crazing. $150 for all. Call
859-2888 or 515-1140.
P16-2tp
NOTICE OF SURPLUS PROP-
ERTY: The following items have
been declared surplus property
by the Haakon School District
Board of Education: (5) 30”x60”
teacher’s desks (metal with dou-
ble drawers); 1983 blue Ford
F150 (inoperable). To inquire
about any of the items, please
contact Keven Morehart at 859-
2679, Philip. PR16-2tc
FOR SALE: New fully assembled
dressers in carton – a fantastic
buy at just $99.00 each. Stop by
and see for yourself. Del’s, Exit
63, Box Elder, 605/390-9810.
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FOR SALE: 500 gallon end fill
propane tank, $500. Call 457-
3502. PW52-2tc
FOR SALE: Gifts for that hard-
to-buy-for person, as well as
everyone else on your Christmas
list! Del’s, Exit 63, Box Elder,
605/390-9810. PW52-3tp
FOR SALE BY SEALED BID:
Haakon School District is ac-
cepting sealed bids for a 1974
16x70 mobile unit that was
used as an elementary instruc-
tional facility at Ottumwa.
Please contact Keven Morehart
at 605/859-2679 for any ques-
tions or to schedule a time to
view the mobile unit. Sealed
bids will be accepted until De-
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and should be addressed to:
Britni Ross, Business Manager,
Haakon School District, PO Box
730, Philip, SD 57567. Please
denote “Mobile Unit Bid” on out-
side of envelope. Bids will be
opened at the Board of Educa-
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cember 19th at 6:00 p.m. The
Board reserves the right to ac-
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HERCULES TRAILER TIRES
ARE NOW IN STOCK: 235/85/
R16, 12-ply. $150 mounted.
Limited quantities available.
Les’ Body Shop, 859-2744,
Philip. P51-tfn
FOR SALE: Gifts for that hard-
to-buy-for person, as well as
everyone else on your X-mas
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390-9810. PR12-6tp
FOR SALE: Heavy duty lumber
or ladder rack for a short box, 4-
door pickup. Black in color.
Asking $225. Call Nathan at
685-3186. P47-tfn
FOR SALE: Rope horse halters
with 10’ lead rope, $15 each.
Call 685-3317 or 837-2917.
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GIFT SHOP IS OPEN at Hill-
crest office in Wall. Call Peggy
Lurz, 279-2415. PW1-2tp
DAYCARE - PRESCHOOL
OPENING soon in Interior. I
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PR17-1tp
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lector Barbie dolls and Bradford
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837-2292. K1-2tc
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: Save $$
on heating bills! Sunheat in-
frared heaters, $299, free 5 yr.
warranty on parts and labor.
Call Dale O’Connell, 837-2292.
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RULAND ARENA: 386-2164.
Practice team roping every
Wednesday evening or by ap-
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sons? PW50-4tp
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old machinery and cars. Call
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WANTED: Looking for used oil.
Taking any type and weight.
Call Mike at 685-3068.
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REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE: Two-story house, 8
bedrooms/2 baths, unfinished
basement. Lots of special fea-
tures! 700 W. Pine St., Philip,
859-2041. P52-4tp
FOR SALE: 160 acres just east
of the town of Wall along I-90 at
Exit 116. A full quarter sur-
rounded by National Grass-
lands. Great location or poten-
tial trade piece with the USFS.
Asking price: $72,000. Property
is on the south side of I-90.
Contact Mark or Roberta at
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HEAD GOLF PROFESSION-
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independent contractor respon-
sible for managing day-to-day
golf operations. Closes: Janu-
ary 13, 2012. Contact: Human
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ment diagnostics and repair
technician. JD experience pre-
ferred but not required. Full-
time, top pay, benefits. Call
866-671-0052
METAL BUILDING ERECTORS,
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tractor, pneumatic trailers,
blower. (817)980-6095
WANTED: SERVICE TECHNI-
CIANS at a stable dealership
with three locations in South
Dakota. Excellent benefit pack-
age. A/C service departments.
Wages DOE. Call Grossenburg
Implement, Winner at 800-658-
3440, Pierre at 800-742-8110
or Philip at 800-416-7839.
FOR SALE
BAR IN SMALL S.E. S.D. town,
turn-key operation, liquor li-
cense, priced to sell. For infor-
mation phone 605-864-8738.
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 1992
Friendship mobile home in
Wagner, SD. 28’ by 70’, 3 bed-
room, 2 bath, family room, for-
mal living room and dining
room. $50,000. Judy Krcil
(605) 491-1165 or (605) 384-
5107.
AKC WEIMARANER PUPPIES
ready 01/16/12.
Mother/Grandmother are pro-
fessional guide dogs at Broken
Arrow Farms. Proven blood
lines. Calm disposition.
$500/$600 Mark (605)222-
1040 or mailto: wmark@hunt-
brokenarrow.com
TJ’S BAR, DANTE, SD. Friend-
ly small-town business. Close
to Ft. Randall Dam recreation
area. Selling because husband
passed. I have health issues.
Judy Krcil (605) 491-1165 or
(605) 384-5107. $50,000.
LOG HOMES
DAKOTA LOG HOME Builders
representing Golden Eagle Log
Homes, building in eastern,
central, northwestern South &
North Dakota. Scott Connell,
605-530-2672, Craig Connell,
605-264-5650, www.goldenea-
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REAL ESTATE
HOMES FOR SALE: 2 golf
course homes; side-by-side, re-
modeled, 3 bedroom houses.
1st fairway, Sun City, AZ.
$219,000 and $239,000. Pri-
vate owner 602-390-3375.
WANTED
WILL PURCHASE UP to $10
million farm ground, either in
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Pennìngton ·ounty ·ourant - DecemLer +ç, ±o++ - Page ,
PuL¦ìc Notìce Advertìsìng
Protects Your Rìght To Know.
PENNINGTON COUNTY
DELINQUENT REAL
ESTATE TAX LIST
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA
COUNTY OF PENNINGTON
TO WHOM ÌT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that all lands,
town lots, or other real property situated
in the County of Pennington, State of
South Dakota, upon which the taxes for
the 2010 and prior years shall remain
due and unpaid, will be offered for sale at
public sale in the manner provided by
law on Monday, December 19, 2011, at
the office of the County Treasurer of
Pennington County, South Dakota, at the
courthouse, City of Rapid City in said
county and state between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. of said day and
sold for the amount of delinquent taxes
charged against said lands, town lots or
other real property and each separate
piece and parcel thereof, to this amount
will be added penalty, interest and the
cost of advertising and accruing costs of
sale.
At the same time and place in the
same manner will be offered for sale, all
town lots or city property against which
there are remaining unpaid special
assessments for the year 2010 and prior
years and such property will be sold for
the amount of special assessments and
to such amount will be added penalty,
interest and cost of advertising and the
accruing costs of sale.
Said sale will be continued and
adjourned from day to day until all of said
lands, town lots and other real property
have been offered for sale.
The following is a list of the lands,
town lots, and other real property in said
county and state, liable for taxes for the
year 2010 and prior years, and such
town lots and city property in said county
and state, liable for the special assess-
ments for the year 2010 and prior years
upon which taxes now remain due and
unpaid, together with the amount of orig-
inal tax extended against said property
and each separate piece and parcel
thereof, upon the original and duplicate
tax list of said county for the year 2010
and assessments unpaid for the year
2010 and prior years together with the
original amount of such special assess-
ments, as shown by the records in this
office.
This list may not reflect changes in
recorded ownership.
Ìn testimony, Ì, Janet Sayler, Treasur-
er of Pennington County, hereto set my
hand and seal.
Dated at Rapid City, this 2nd day of
December, 2011.
/s/ Janet Sayler, County Treasurer
Pennington County, South Dakota
ASHLAND SUB
KURSAVE, DALLAS, BLK 2; 1979
COLT VÌN: 7141, BAL DUE 2010
$150.33
GELL, THOMAS E, BLK 4; LOT 3,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,104.65
ASHLAND SUB #2
KUÌPERS, LEERAY, BLK 6; LOT 2A;
LOT 2B, BAL DUE 2010 $812.46
BATTLE CREEK MT ESTATES SUB
MCNEARY, ROY, 1998 CHÌEF VÌN:
NEB89A27171, BAL DUE 2010 $820.34
WENZLÌCK, LARRY A, LOT 24 (ALSO
ÌN SECTÌON 18), BAL DUE 2010
$817.08
BERGER SUB
JOHNSON, MARK, 1988 FRÌEND-
SHÌP VÌN: MY886116V; LOT G OF
TRACT 6, BAL DUE 2010 $301.78
PAÌNTER, OLÌVER, 1996 MARSH-
FÌELD VÌN: 069650, BAL DUE 2010
$377.12
PAÌNTER, OLÌVER S, LOT 1 OF LOT
AR OF TRACT 7, BAL DUE 2010
$325.89
BLACK METAL #4 LODE MS 1986
JOHNSON, RÌCHARD G, LOT 1-3,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,176.78
BLASEG SUB
BLASEG, RANDY L, TRACT 4, BAL
DUE 2010 $564.03
BOLAND PLACER MS #1252
HAMM, DONALD B, BAL OF TRACT
A LOCATED ÌN BOLAND PLACER, MS
#1252 LESS LOT 1 OF TRACT A &
LESS TRACT B OF BOLAND PLACER
SUB, BAL DUE 2010 $490.94
KELLY DEVELOPMENT, TRACT B
LESS ROW, BAL DUE 2010 $2,656.04
BOLLMANN SUB
CULVERHOUSE, JANÌS L, TRACT 1
LESS LOT H1, BAL DUE 2010
$1,674.99
BONNITA SUB
SNEDEKER/AYLWARD, RÌCHARD J,
LOT 1 0F TRACT B, BAL DUE 2010
$1,269.81
BURLINGTON ESTATES SUB
CHEYENNE RÌVER RAN, DRAÌN-
FÌELD LOT, BAL DUE 2010 $22.70
BURNS PLACER #697
BURLEÌGH, TÌM, 1979 SHARLO VÌN:
7375, BAL DUE 2010 $68.54
HUSTON, KENNETH J, 1982
MEDALLÌON VÌN: 7084N REYNOLD'S
TRAÌLER COURT LOT 014, BAL DUE
2010 $142.12
KÌNG, JON W, 1998 FRÌENDSHÌP
VÌN: MY9818331V, BAL DUE 2010
$222.03
KLEÌN, SHAWN, 2003 FRÌENDSHÌP
VÌN: MY0325851ABV REYNOLD'S
TRAÌLER COURT LOT 0018, BAL DUE
2010 $350.43
PULSE, DAN, BALANCE OF LOT 51,
BAL DUE 2010 $34.92
STENSON, SAMANTHA A, 1984
COMMODORE VÌN: 3728A
REYNOLD'S TRAÌLER COURT LOT
012, BAL DUE 2010 $186.75
VÌLLALOBOS, PEDRO, 1981 KOZY
VÌN: KF2395A REYNOLD'S TRAÌLER
COURT LOT 016, BAL DUE 2010
$139.58
CANYON SPRINGS PRESERVE
CALKÌNS/SCHAD, CHRÌSTOPH, BLK
1; LOT 80, BAL DUE 2010 $2,085.97
CANYON SPRÌNGS PRE, BLK 1;
COMMON AREA 1 (ALSO ÌN SEC 22),
BAL DUE 2010 $6,055.92
CEDAR GULCH SUB
MEÌER, DENNÌS, 1995 SHARLO VÌN:
NEB59A24070S, BAL DUE 2010
$472.10
CLEGHORN CANYON
CLEGHORN PARTNERS, LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2010 $3,128.66
COCHRAN ADDN
CHAPMAN, CÌNDY K, LOT 6, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,360.75
COPPER OAKS #1
BROCKMAN, MARK J, LOT 7, BAL
DUE 2010 $5,437.25
CORDES II SUB
BELLA, KEÌTH A, BLK 1; 1996
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 47968666167; LOT 4R,
BAL DUE 2010 $429.61
SCHUMACHER, MÌCHAEL, BLK 1;
1988 SCHULT VÌN: 233161AC; LOT 2 ,
BAL DUE 2010 $766.61
CORRIEDALE SUB
PAVERUD, TERRY Ì, BLK 1; LOT 7B,
2010 $.00 Special Assessment $484.49
COULSON PLACER MS 746
CROW, ARLEAN J, THAT PT OF
COULSON PLACER MS #746 LYÌNG S
OF RESERVE AT REMÌNGTON RANCH
LESS ROW, BAL DUE 2010 $2,742.14
COUNTRY HILLS SUB
DONAHOE, BRÌAN, LOT 5, BAL DUE
2010 $460.58
COUNTRY HILLS SUB #3
ALEXANDER, DALLAS D, LOT 4,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,836.54
COUNTRYSIDE SOUTH SUB
THORNBURG, MARÌNELL S, BLK 2;
LOT 14, BAL DUE 2010 $4,158.50
COUNTY HEIGHTS SUB
MARTÌN, JEREMÌAH A, BLK 5; LOT
2, BAL DUE 2010 $1,745.16
DANÌELS, DEBORAH D, BLK 6; LOT
1, BAL DUE 2010 $1,880.95
DAVEY SUB
DAVEY, THOMAS J, LOT 1, BAL DUE
2010 $648.91
DEER PARK SUB
CASEY, DENNÌS A, BALANCE OF
LOT M-6 & LOT 9 OF LOT M-6, BAL
DUE 2010 $3,557.30
DEGEEST SUB
JUNG, RAYMOND D, LOT 9A, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,891.74
DOUBLE DIAMOND RANCH SUB
FRANKENFELD, RUSSELL D, LOT
13, BAL DUE 2010 $3,394.17
SEBADE CO-TRUSTEES, NORBERT
J, LOT 10; LOT 9, BAL DUE 2010
$3,301.82
EASTERN ACRES SUB
HALVORSON, EDWARD O, BLK 1;
LOT 7, BAL DUE 2010 $1,350.94
BROZ, ELÌZABETH, BLK 2; LOT 4BR,
BAL DUE 2010 $380.58
MOUNT, JEFFREY D, BLK 2; E33' OF
LOT 13, BAL DUE 2010 $49.90
PFENNÌNG, DELORES A, BLK 4;
1992 SCHULT VÌN: R251710AB, BAL
DUE 2010 $164.11
PFENNÌNG FAMÌLY TR, BLK 4; LOT
14B, BAL DUE 2010 $416.86
GODKÌN, TROY, BLK 6; 1987 SKY-
LÌNE VÌN: 13300185W, BAL DUE 2010
$277.87
HERMAN, CLARENCE, BLK 8; S1/2
OF LOT 9, BAL DUE 2010 $311.88
JORGENSEN, BJORN E, BLK 8; LOT
13, BAL DUE 2010 $875.82
KEOGH, LARRY, BLK 8; N1/2 OF
LOT 14, BAL DUE 2010 $299.06
EDELWEISS MOUNTAIN
DEVELOPMENT
KOENÌG, KELLY, BLK B; LOT 29, BAL
DUE 2010 $3,238.39
MAHONEY, MÌCHAEL D, BLK B; LOT
3, BAL DUE 2010 $289.10
FÌSHER, DAVÌD, BLK D; LOT 4
(ALSO ÌN SECTÌON 20), BAL DUE 2010
$5,216.40
HOMANDBERG, GENE A, BLK D;
LOT 12 (ALSO ÌN SECTÌON 17), BAL
DUE 2010 $224.62
RENGO, RYAN, BLK E; LOT 4, BAL
DUE 2010 $360.27
EISENBRAUN SUB
RÌCHARDS, TERRY J, 1997 MARSH-
FÌELD VÌN: 91728AB; LOT 7, BAL DUE
2010 $1,349.46 Special Assessment
$457.48
ELKHORN PLACER #1502
BORGLUM HÌSTORÌCAL, TRACT 2
OF LOT B & C, BAL DUE 2010
$1,162.59
POBLADOR, JOSE S, TRACT 3 OF
LOT B, BAL DUE 2010 $776.55
ESTES SUB
JOHNSON/LA BARE, RÌCHARD M,
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $4,232.68
FARMINGDALE
ASBJELD, ROCKY L, 1996 BONNAV-
ÌLLA VÌN: NEB69A25387, BAL DUE
2010 $712.57
BARRET/LEHEN, MARÌE J, OUTLOT
C LESS ROW, BAL DUE 2010 $811.90
BARRET/LEHEN, MARÌE J, BLK 4;
LOT 7-8 AND PT LOT 13 LESS HWY
#44 ÌN BLOCK 4; LOT 1-3 LESS HWY
#44 ÌN BLOCK 9; PT LOT Y, BAL DUE
2010 $233.20
BARRETT, MARÌE, BLK 8; 1978
DETROÌTER VÌN: MNDH04D0782811A,
BAL DUE 2010 $104.94
DUNBAR VALLEY ESTA, BLK 8; LOT
14, BAL DUE 2010 $6.53
FEAY REDER SUB
RUDMAN, SHANNÌN G, LOT E OF
LOT 2, BAL DUE 2010 $3,487.44
FLYING V SUB
BRUNSCH JR, JAMES P, LOT C, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,168.45
ROBÌNSON, JAMES W, LOT A; LOT
B, BAL DUE 2010 $1,851.92
FOREST HOMES DEVELOPMENT
OYLER, JAMES H, BLK 8; LOT 7,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,109.92
FREELAND SUB
BECHT, MÌCHAEL D, W1/2 OF LOT 4,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,332.08
FRINK SUB
KOWALCHUK, ANDY, LOT 1 OF
TRACT A, BAL DUE 2010 $1,068.69
GERTIE PLACER MS 618
HEYWOOD, GEORGE W, LOT 2
LESS LOT H1 & LESS LOT H2; LOT A ,
BAL DUE 2010 $4,247.32
GOLD MOUNTAIN
BUSETTÌ, MÌCHAEL C, LOT 3, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,436.82
PELTO, DONALD, LOT 16, BAL DUE
2010 $446.76
GOLDEN REEF SUB
REUB, TARA L, LOT 4 REVÌSED OF
GOLDEN REEF MÌLLSÌTE AND LOT 4A
OF GOLDEN REEF SUB-DÌV, BAL DUE
2010 $2,278.47
GRAYCLIFF SUB
GRAYCLÌFF ASSOCÌAT, LOT 15, BAL
DUE 2010 $24.94
GREEN VALLEY ESTATES
BURGERS, LEX, BLK 1; LOT 5, BAL
DUE 2010 $452.01 Special Assessment
$457.48
MCKNÌGHT, JAMES Ì, BLK 2; LOT 22;
LOT 23; LOT 24, BAL DUE 2010
$1,559.47 Special Assessment $457.48
ADAMS, SHAWN, BLK 4; 1996
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 47964746777, BAL
DUE 2010 $550.64
AHLERS, LÌNDA A, BLK 4; 1999
HÌGHLAND VÌN: HN8347, BAL DUE
2010 $666.59
GLUHM, DANÌEL D, BLK 4; 1993
HÌGHLAND VÌN: HH3469, BAL DUE
2010 $275.89
GUÌNN, CORY, BLK 4; 1982 SHARLO
VÌN: 8559, BAL DUE 2010 $153.98
LEACH, CHRÌSTÌ, BLK 4; 1979 COM-
MODORE VÌN: KD1325A, BAL DUE
2010 $121.44
LEACH, CHRÌSTÌ L, BLK 4; LOT 41,
BAL DUE 2010 $452.03 Special Assess-
ment $457.48
MARTÌN, MÌCHAEL D, BLK 4; LOT
45, BAL DUE 2010 $173.29
WELCH, MARÌLYN, BLK 4; 2000
CHAMPÌON VÌN: 0500L1005194, BAL
DUE 2010 $161.25
WELCH, MARÌLYN R, BLK 4; LOT 37;
LOT 38, BAL DUE 2010 $477.50
WÌLT, THOMAS, BLK 4; 1998
MARSHFÌELD VÌN: 71317, BAL DUE
2010 $335.64
BASSETT, JERRY R, BLK 5; LOT 38,
BAL DUE 2010 $571.99 Special Assess-
ment $457.48
HENDERSON, DONNA J, BLK 5;
1994 HÌGHLAND VÌN: HÌ4366AB, BAL
DUE 2010 $811.01
HENDERSON/BLOSE, DONNA J,
BLK 5; LOT 2, BAL DUE 2010 $588.26
Special Assessment $457.48
MC BRÌDE, HARREL, BLK 5; 1978
VÌKÌNG VÌN: RÌÌ070473, BAL DUE 2010
$173.73
MCBRÌDE, HARREL D, BLK 5; LOT
30, BAL DUE 2010 $378.68 Special
Assessment $457.48
NELSON, JAMES R, BLK 5; 1990
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY907090V, BAL
DUE 2010 $214.60
LABAU, ROBERT J, BLK 6; LOT 46,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,183.07 Special
Assessment $457.48
GÌON, JERRY D, BLK 7; 1993 HÌGH-
LAND VÌN: HH3529AB, BAL DUE 2010
$654.39
HUBBARD, KAREN, BLK 7; LOT 42,
BAL DUE 2010 $222.90
HUBBARD, KAREN M, BLK 7; 1978
GREAT NORTHERN VÌN: GN10474AB,
BAL DUE 2010 $125.61
JOHNSTON, JULÌE, BLK 7; 1984
SCHULT VÌN: 191938, BAL DUE 2010
$184.50
K M A Y B D TRUST, BLK 7; LOT 23,
BAL DUE 2010 $561.87 Special Assess-
ment $457.48
KMAYBD TRUST, BLK 7; LOT 24,
BAL DUE 2010 $413.26 Special Assess-
ment $457.48
KMAYBD TRUST OR LA, BLK 7; 1979
MEDALLÌON VÌN: 4750N, BAL DUE
2010 $257.04
MAYER, REX R, BLK 7; LOT 34, BAL
DUE 2010 $228.52
NORDYKE, DAVÌD A, BLK 7; LOT 9,
BAL DUE 2010 $340.02 Special Assess-
ment $457.48
STARKEY, BRYCE, BLK 7; 1982
SCHULT VÌN: 182540, BAL DUE 2010
$112.39
GRUENIG ADDN
NAPOLÌ, WÌLLÌAM, 1997 LÌBERTY
VÌN: 06L28062, BAL DUE 2010 $169.40
NAPOLÌ, WÌLLÌAM M, LOT 1; W1/2
OF LOT P ADJACENT TO SAÌD LOT 1
(AKA OLD HWY 79); LOT 2; W1/2 OF
LOT P ADJACENT TO SAÌD LOT 2 (AKA
OLD HWY 79), BAL DUE 2010
$3,200.57
H & H ESTATES SUB
DENTON, BRÌCE G, BLK 3; LOT 8,
BAL DUE 2010 $841.15
HARDESTY ACRES
FORGEY, GERALD L, LOT 6 LESS
W50' EASEMENT; LOT 7, BAL DUE
2010 $1,256.45
HARNEY PEAK VIEW ADDN
RÌCE, TAMÌ J, BLK 1; LOT 1 & N40'
OF LOT 2, BAL DUE 2010 $435.25
NÌELSEN, ROYAL N, BLK 5; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2010 $104.77
HEAVLIN ADDN
CASEY, DENNÌS A, LOT 2 OF LOT D,
BAL DUE 2010 $339.64
WÌLLÌAMS, LORAL A, LOT 4 (OF LOT
C & 1 OF LOT D), BAL DUE 2010
$185.02
HES #317
GOODSELL, HEATH A, LOT B OF
HES #317 ÌN NE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE
2010 $3,244.61
HES #572
HÌX, EDWARD E, PT OF HES #572 -
TRACTS A & B, BAL DUE 2010 $589.01
HIDDEN SPRINGS RANCHETTES
BENSON, MÌCHAEL D, 1977
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 4777132465, BAL DUE
2010 $71.67
FOSTER, DONALD L, LOT 10, BAL
DUE 2010 $647.31
IOWA PLACER MS 636
COL-DAK LLC, LOT 1 OF LOT B OF
LOT 4, BAL DUE 2010 $9,225.66
JOHNSON SIDING TOWNSITE
CLÌFF VÌEW % KALÌS, LOT RR, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,719.29
SHANNON, PATRÌCK S, LOT U, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,326.83
JUNDT SUB
GEÌDEL, SHANE, LOT 1, BAL DUE
2010 $3,957.85
KNIGHTS ACRES SUB
BRODÌE, LEON, LOT 6 OF TRACT A,
BAL DUE 2010 $12,960.65
KNUTSON SUB
BURKE, TÌMOTHY A, LOT B OF LOT
3, BAL DUE 2010 $7,831.56
LAKOTA LAKE ENCAMPMENT SUB
LAKOTA LAKE CAMP L, BÌG GRAN-
ÌTE TRACT; CAMPFÌRE TRACT; GRAN-
ÌTE PERCH TRACT, BAL DUE 2010
$7,077.96
LAKOTA LAKES LLC, MT. VÌEW
TRACT REVÌSED, BAL DUE 2010
$5,794.97
LEE ESTATES
SÌMMONS, VÌCTOR L, BLK 1; LOT
2R, BAL DUE 2010 $1,897.75
YUAN, SO-JEN, BLK 2; LOT 6R, BAL
DUE 2010 $4,465.53
LOCKACRES SUB
GOOD, ELÌZABETH, 1994 FRÌEND-
SHÌP VÌN: MY9411567V, BAL DUE 2010
$406.22
MACK SUB
ANDERSEN, CARL F, LOT 3 OF
BLOCK 3 OF LOT 5, BAL DUE 2010
$1,968.93
JONES, LAWRENCE S, LOT 6 OF
BLOCK 2 OF LOT 5, BAL DUE 2010
$668.69
TRAKELL PROPERTÌES, LOT 1 OF
LOT A OF BLOCK 3 OF LOT 6; LOT 2
OF LOT A OF BLOCK 3 OF LOT 6, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,556.89
MEADOW RIDGE
VOLL, BRENDA A, BLK 3; LOT 14,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,419.56 Special
Assessment $921.81
KNECHT DBA RK MOBÌ, BLK 4; 1986
UNKNOWN VÌN: MSN4, BAL DUE 2010
$1,385.02
KNUTSON, JAMES M, BLK 4; LOT
31, BAL DUE 2010 $774.12
MELCOR ACRES
ESCALANTE, ROGELÌO, 1982 COLT
VÌN: 8866 A & B MOBÌLE HOME PARK
LOT 006, BAL DUE 2010 $108.23
MESA VIEW ESTATES SUB #1
AGUÌNÌGA, JOHN, BLK 1; 1980
RÌTZCRAFT VÌN: VMÌ070961; LOT 27,
BAL DUE 2010 $529.58
BALDERRAMOS, DONNA M, BLK 1;
1986 SCHULT VÌN: 215167, BAL DUE
2010 $225.60
BALDERRAMOS, KRÌSTY A, BLK 1;
LOT 16, BAL DUE 2010 $370.20
GÌLL, ANGELÌQUE, BLK 1; 1981
SCHULT VÌN: P179309; LOT 10 , BAL
DUE 2010 $541.18
GÌLL, DERRÌCK, BLK 1; LOT 7, BAL
DUE 2010 $434.72
TOOF, GLEEH, BLK 1; 1981 BON-
NAVÌLLA VÌN: 18A10628, BAL DUE
2010 $51.15
WÌLSON, CRAÌG T, BLK 1; 1981
BONNAVÌLLA VÌN: 18A10594, BAL DUE
2010 $226.25
DAUGHERTY, RÌCHARD F, BLK 2;
LOT 9, BAL DUE 2010 $553.89
KAHLER, WÌLLÌAM, BLK 2; 1982
MODULÌNE CANDLEWOOD VÌN:
64461, BAL DUE 2010 $248.73
RAVE, TRUSTEE, BEVERLY J, BLK
2; LOT 3, BAL DUE 2010 $159.87
RÌCKE, DAVÌD, BLK 2; LOT 4, BAL
DUE 2010 $348.39
MOON MEADOW ESTATES
CREAGER % SECURÌTY, JOSEPH,
BLK 1; LOT 14, BAL DUE 2010
$6,354.69
MOON RANCH SUB
ANDERSON, GARNER, LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2010 $42.53
ANDERSON, PATRÌCÌA, LOT A OF
LOT 2, BAL DUE 2010 $37.62
SORENSEN, DAVÌD J, LOT 5 (ALSO
ÌN SECS. 27 & 21), BAL DUE 2010
$2,089.57
NEFF'S SUB #1
LÌNDSEY, LÌNDA E, BLK 1; LOT 5,
BAL DUE 2010 $70.87
SJODÌN, RONALD R, BLK 1; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,040.73
NELSON ACRES
GARCÌA, PATRÌCK H, 1987 SCHULT
VÌN: 215766; LOT 8 OF LOT L , BAL
DUE 2010 $408.55
HENRÌKSEN, ROBERT, 1979
UNKNOWN VÌN: MSN13, BAL DUE
2010 $759.01
NULLE, CLÌNTON, LOT 5C OF LOT
DR OF LOT 6 OF LOT L, BAL DUE 2010
$155.24
ORIOLE SUB
BUCHOLZ, TERRY R, LOT A, BAL
DUE 2010 $913.80
PACTOLA ESTATES
PACTOLA ESTATES CO, BLK 1;
WELL LOT, BAL DUE 2010 $9.94
DÌCÌCCO, JEFFREY D, BLK 2; LOT 6;
LOT 7, BAL DUE 2010 $698.93
PACTOLA ESTATES CO, BLK 3;
RESERVOÌR LOT, BAL DUE 2010
$22.59
PAHA SAPA HIGH COUNTRY
TRACT 2
STUDER, JEFFERY, BLK 4; LOT 10,
BAL DUE 2010 $104.56
PALMER GULCH ESTATES
JONAS, BRYAN A, LOT A-10 (ALSO
ÌN SECTÌON 33), BAL DUE 2010
$1,326.12
PALMER GULCH PLACER MS 690
CROW, DANÌEL R, LOT X & LOT Y
(ALSO ÌN SECTÌON 22), BAL DUE 2010
$23.83
PELHAM #6 LODE MS 1621
PAULHAMUS, GORGEOUS R, BAL
OF PELHAM #6 LODE, BAL DUE 2010
$997.47
PLAINSVIEW SUB
CLAY, ROGER D, 1982 CHAL-
LENGER VÌN: 03540579R
PLAÌNSVÌEW MOBÌLE MANOR LOT
089, BAL DUE 2010 $126.02
HERN, RÌCHARD, 2000 CHAMPÌON
VÌN: 0500L1005246 WHÌSPERÌNG WÌL-
LOWS LOT 0153, BAL DUE 2010
$261.92
KOPPLÌN (GÌLLÌLAND, LÌNDA R,
1986 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY863623V
PLAÌNSVÌEW MOBÌLE MANOR LOT
0084, BAL DUE 2010 $165.77
PRÌEBE, EDWARD J, 1985 TÌTAN
VÌN: 2258147851 WHÌSPERÌNG WÌL-
LOWS LOT 141, BAL DUE 2010
$128.79
ROUNTREE, RÌCHARD A, 1998
PEERLESS VÌN: 18L29034 WHÌSPER-
ÌNG WÌLLOWS LOT 147, BAL DUE 2010
$372.24
SEEFELDT, KÌMBERLY L, 1988
SHARLO VÌN: 88A16549 WHÌSPERÌNG
WÌLLOWS LOT 136, BAL DUE 2010
$387.14
PLATEAU SUB
CARVER, LÌLA L, LOT D OF LOT 5, 6
& E1/2 OF 7 OF LOT 13 , 2010 $.00
Special Assessment $527.15
KÌRCHHEVEL, DENNÌS A, 2001
PATRÌOT VÌN: VP9274BAÌN, BAL DUE
2010 $877.38
LANÌER, STEVE D, LOT H OF LOT 6
OF LOT 13, BAL DUE 2010 $606.01
NESS, RODNEY R, E100' OF LOT F
OF LOT 18, BAL DUE 2010 $766.45
STAFFORD, PATRÌCÌA E, 1997 FOR-
EST PARK VÌN: 05976891344AB, BAL
DUE 2010 $557.95
WÌECK, BÌLL J, LOT 2 OF LOT B OF
LOT 8, BAL DUE 2010 $624.09
WÌESE, KEÌTH A, 1996 CHAMPÌON
VÌN: 05968689730 PREMÌER ESTATES
LOT 003, BAL DUE 2010 $351.18
WORLEY, ELEANOR N, 1996
MARSHFÌELD VÌN: 69870 PREMÌER
ESTATES LOT 005, BAL DUE 2010
$553.30
PLEASANT HILL ADDN
FLYNN, JOHN J, BLK 1; 1977
MARSHFÌELD VÌN: 41115 TWÌLÌGHT
DRÌVE MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
027, BAL DUE 2010 $91.92
PONDEROSA RIDGE ESTATES
LONG, BURTON F, LOT 19; LOT 20,
BAL DUE 2010 $5,556.37
PRAIRIE SUB
MÌLLS, RUEBEN T, THAT PORTÌON
OF LOT 1 ÌN PENNÌNGTON COUNTY,
BAL DUE 2010 $66.79
PRAIRIEFIRE SUB
PACECCA ÌÌ, MÌCHAEL A, BLK 4;
LOT 1, 2010 $.00 Special Assessment
$591.15
QUARTZ CANYON SUB
LOWE, ERÌC, BLK 1; LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,778.93
RACE TRACK SUB
BEAR RUNNER, WAMBLÌ T, 1978
COLT VÌN: 6797 WÌLLÌAMSBURG
ESTATES LOT 041, BAL DUE 2010
$103.75
BROWN, SHANNON, 1983 WEST-
WOOD VÌN: NO1219X WÌLLÌAMSBURG
ESTATES LOT 030, BAL DUE 2010
$94.36
COMER, BUTCH, 1999 CHAMPÌON
VÌN: COMER, BAL DUE 2010 $494.76
COOLEY, LÌNDA L, 1983 LÌBERTY
VÌN: 06L16658 WÌLLÌAMSBURG
ESTATES LOT 0059, BAL DUE 2010
$132.06
HAUFF, ALAN R, 1981 GLENWOOD
VÌN: GW12165 WÌLLÌAMSBURG
ESTATES LOT 11, BAL DUE 2010
$135.14
HÌGHEAGLE, RAY, 1981 REGAL VÌN:
4197 WÌLLÌAMSBURG ESTATES LOT
054, BAL DUE 2010 $104.15
JONES, CLÌNT, 1993 CLÌFTON VÌN:
05935387126 WÌLLÌAMSBURG
ESTATES LOT 012, BAL DUE 2010
$337.29
REMMERS, BRÌAN, 1987 AMERÌ-
CAN VÌN: MNHM8602021A WÌLLÌAMS-
BURG ESTATES LOT 0021, BAL DUE
2010 $178.33
VANCÌL - COPE, ANDREÌA, 1977
STATLER VÌN: 772557 WÌLLÌAMS-
BURG ESTATES LOT 15, BAL DUE
2010 $91.60
WARREN, MÌCHELLE L, 1985
MEDALLÌON VÌN: 1505C, BAL DUE
2010 $156.73
ZÌMBELMAN, BRYAN, LOT D, BAL
DUE 2010 $309.50
RADAR HILLS RANCHETTES
CHRÌSTENSEN, CYNTHÌA K, LOT
16, BAL DUE 2010 $292.65
VÌCKERMAN, ANNETTE, 1982 LÌB-
ERTY VÌN: 06L16029, BAL DUE 2010
$229.60
RANCH AT BLACK GAP, THE
BOOCK, BRÌAN, BLK 12; LOT 13,
BAL DUE 2010 $312.02
RIDGELAND HEIGHTS
POND, H S, LOT 20, BAL DUE 2010
$1,303.22
RIDGEVIEW PLACE SUB
CRAWFORD, JOSEPH N, BLK 2;
LOT B, BAL DUE 2010 $3,738.86
ROCHFORD SUB OF DAKOTA
LODE MS
KENNÌSON, ÌRENE K, BLK 3; LOT 3,
BAL DUE 2010 $276.02
KÌRK/EÌSENBRAUN, DEBRA L, BLK
4; ALL, BAL DUE 2010 $332.02
ROCHFORD TOWNSITE
PATENT SUB
KENNÌSON, ÌRENE K, LOT 15A, BAL
DUE 2010 $344.14
OLSON, DAVÌD N, LOT B OF LOT 13,
BAL DUE 2010 $536.70
ROLLING HILLS ESTATES
STEÌNER SR, KENNETH F, BLK 1;
LOT 9 REVÌSED, BAL DUE 2010
$1,828.07
ROMEL'S SUB
GARNER, MARK, LOT C, BAL DUE
2010 $929.53
RUSHMORE RANCH ESTATES SUB
PEHRR WEST LAND CO, TRACT
14R, BAL DUE 2010 $934.76
ULLERY, JOANN C, LOT 1 OF
TRACT 57, BAL DUE 2010 $1,619.35
VÌVARDO, ANTHONY J, LOT B
(ALSO ÌN SEC 20), BAL DUE 2010
$4,514.09
SAXON PLACER MS 1250
BURNHAM, BARBARA, 2000 SHAR-
LO VÌN: NEB00B02119S, BAL DUE
2010 $312.61
SCENIC VALLEY
TEVERBAUGH, ANTWON O, BLK 2;
LOT 14, 2010 $.00 Special Assessment
$303.16
KOEPP/BRAND, DUSTÌN A, BLK 6;
LOT 17, BAL DUE 2010 $2,426.67
SCHIMKE SUB
ROHRER, DAVÌD T, LOT 1, BAL DUE
2010 $298.04
SHARP SUB
JONAS, GALÌN V, BLK 2; 1998
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY9818078ABV ,
BAL DUE 2010 $504.78
SHELTER IN THE HILLS SUB
DUGAN, MAVÌS E, LOT 3A, BAL DUE
2010 $2,070.05
SHERIDAN LAKE HIGHLANDS
DEAN KELLY CONSTRU, BLK 1; LOT
3; LOT 4, BAL DUE 2010 $1,179.23
DEAN KELLY CONSTRU, BLK 3; LOT
5; LOT 6; LOT 7 (ALSO ÌN SEC 35), BAL
DUE 2010 $1,622.56
SILVER CITY
MYERS, DAVÌD, BLK 2; LOT 2-4, BAL
DUE 2010 $196.48
PARKS % CHARLES H, MARJORÌE,
BLK 4; TRACT A, BAL DUE 2010
$794.88
SNYDER SUB
SNYDER, THOMAS D, LOT 3, BAL
DUE 2010 $3,526.76
SOUTH CANYON COUNTRY
ESTATES
DAVÌS, RONALD D, BLK 1; LOT 11,
BAL DUE 2010 $4,672.93
SPRING CANYON ESTATES
KNECHT, RÌCHARD L, BLK 1; LOT
7R, BAL DUE 2010 $2,447.91
ELSTON, MÌCHAEL P, BLK 5; LOT 3;
LOT 5, BAL DUE 2010 $1,448.89
SPRING CREEK ACRES
HEARTLAND COUNTRY, TRACT 61;
WELL LOT REVÌSED, BAL DUE 2010
$1,242.64
STRATO RIM ESTATES
BUROW, JAMES F, 2003 REDMAN
VÌN: 11265977, BAL DUE 2010 $502.72
ROGERS, MARK R, LOT 8A; LOT 8B,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,634.36
SUNNYSIDE ACRES
SPARGUR, DANÌEL W, LOT 1 OF
TRACT A (LESS WELL LOT), BAL DUE
2010 $1,609.25
SUNSET RANCH
JKRK PROPERTÌES LL, BLK 1; LOT
1; LOT 10; LOT 4; LOT 8; LOT9, BAL
DUE 2010 $3,691.40
SHERMAN, QUÌNTON E, BLK 1; LOT
5, BAL DUE 2010 $1,516.77
JKRK PROPERTÌES LL, BLK 2; LOT
14; LOT 6, BAL DUE 2010 $915.93
KASKÌ HOMES ÌNC, BLK 2; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2010 $4,990.77
JKRK PROPERTÌES LL, BLK 3; LOT
10; LOT 15; LOT 5; LOT 9, BAL DUE
2010 $3,922.48
SWAMPY LANE SUB
MULLER, COLLEEN, 1981 CHAMPÌ-
ON VÌN: 0510747661AB, BAL DUE 2010
$605.41
SWEETBRIAR HEIGHTS
AMÌCK, DOUGLAS, 1986 ATLANTÌC
VÌN: 4769578675AB, BAL DUE 2010
$257.04
AMÌCK/CUMMÌNS, DOUGLAS A,
LOT 30A OF LOT D; LOT 30B OF LOT
D, BAL DUE 2010 $1,318.79
GARZA, JOSEPH L, 1985 FRÌEND-
SHÌP VÌN: 2599V, BAL DUE 2010
$238.08
HERMAN, DENNÌS E, LOT 36B OF
LOT 36 OF LOT D, BAL DUE 2010
$609.21
PALMER, DEBÌE M, 1997 ATLANTÌC
VÌN: 47970788065AB, BAL DUE 2010
$463.43
PALMER, MÌKE, W1/2 LOT 39, BAL
DUE 2010 $355.78
THREE FORKS SUB
CHEYENNE RÌVER RAN, LOT 1R,
BAL DUE 2010 $13,904.22
TIGERVILLE SUB
MAGENNÌS, MAURA, LOT 2 OF
TRACT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $2,864.00
TIN MINE SUB
BRUE, JON, LOT 4 OF TRACT 1
(ALSO ÌN SEC 7), BAL DUE 2010
$1,661.80
TRAILWOOD VILLAGE
ARSAGA, KYLE, 1987 ATLANTÌC
VÌN: 477120N9606 TRAÌLWOOD VÌL-
LAGE LOT 25, BAL DUE 2010 $244.12
BOM, GREGORY, 2000 SHARLO
VÌN: NEB00A02276S TRAÌLWOOD VÌL-
LAGE LOT 19, BAL DUE 2010 $525.53
CARLOW SR, PATRÌCK, 1998 RED-
MAN VÌN: 11255996 TRAÌLWOOD VÌL-
LAGE LOT 56, BAL DUE 2010 $484.74
CONLON, DONNÌE J, 2001 HÌGH-
LAND VÌN: HP9781 TRAÌLWOOD VÌL-
LAGE LOT 66, BAL DUE 2010 $275.09
CRÌBBS, SHERRÌ, 2005 REDMAN
VÌN: 050525509072AB TRAÌLWOOD
VÌLLAGE LOT 0072, BAL DUE 2010
$832.61
CYPRESS, SHANNON, 2002
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY0224578V TRAÌL-
WOOD VÌLLAGE LOT 0035, BAL DUE
2010 $267.55
DONNER, BONÌTA, 1999 CLÌFTON
VÌN: 059996804293AB, BAL DUE 2010
$636.64
EÌDE, WÌLLÌAM E, 1995 CHAMPÌON
VÌN: 05958158832 TRAÌLWOOD VÌL-
LAGE LOT 0067, BAL DUE 2010
$323.37
FÌSHER, MATTHEW, 1999 FRÌEND-
SHÌP VÌN: MY9920189ABV TRAÌL-
WOOD VÌLLAGE LOT 004, BAL DUE
2010 $929.86
FOLTZ, CANDANCE S, 2003
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY0325925ABV
TRAÌLWOOD VÌLLAGE LOT 0055, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,013.17
HENDRÌCKSON, DARYL, 1998
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY9818761ABV
TRAÌLWOOD VÌLLAGE LOT 001, BAL
DUE 2010 $307.48
HERMAN, GENA M, 1997 MARSH-
FÌELD VÌN: 70552 TRAÌLWOOD VÌL-
LAGE LOT 034, BAL DUE 2010 $504.76
HUPP, TOM J, 2000 HÌGHLAND VÌN:
HP9779AB TRAÌLWOOD VÌLLAGE LOT
0059, BAL DUE 2010 $781.45
JENSEN, SARAH, 1994 CHAMPÌON
VÌN: 4794193N3882 TRAÌLWOOD VÌL-
LAGE LOT 13, BAL DUE 2010 $432.60
LA ROCHE, TRACY, 1999 FRÌEND-
SHÌP VÌN: MY9920638ABV TRAÌL-
WOOD VÌLLAGE LOT 0074, BAL DUE
2010 $973.96
LÌVÌNGSTON, TERRY L, 1998
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 47985729070 TRAÌL-
WOOD VÌLLAGE LOT 065, BAL DUE
2010 $617.07
MORGAN, BRETON, 2006 REDMAN
VÌN: 050612009146A TRAÌLWOOD VÌL-
LAGE LOT 83, BAL DUE 2010
$1,679.79
NÌSHOFF, VÌRGÌNÌA, 1992 CHAMPÌ-
ON VÌN: 05925386202 TRAÌLWOOD
VÌLLAGE LOT 0058, BAL DUE 2010
$360.39
PATTERSON, ADELÌNE V, 2000
SCHULT VÌN: R293299 TRAÌLWOOD
VÌLLAGE LOT 0075, BAL DUE 2010
$476.16
RÌCK, BOBBY, 2000 CHAMPÌON VÌN:
050042104891AB, BAL DUE 2010
$670.59
ROBERTS, ANGEL, 2005 REDMAN
VÌN: 050580608730 TRAÌLWOOD VÌL-
LAGE LOT 0064, BAL DUE 2010
$625.84
SHAFFER, JOHN E, 1998 LÌBERTY
VÌN: 06L29132 TRAÌLWOOD VÌLLAGE
LOT 0045, BAL DUE 2010 $184.73
SLAGLE, MÌKE, 1992 STONEHAVEN
VÌN: HG3173 TRAÌLWOOD VÌLLAGE
LOT 0043, BAL DUE 2010 $147.48
ST JOHN, KATHÌE, 1998 LÌBERTY
VÌN: 06L29404 TRAÌLWOOD VÌLLAGE
LOT 0039, BAL DUE 2010 $420.56
STÌEGELMEÌER, SCOTT, 1999
PATRÌOT VÌN: PAT22949ÌN TRAÌL-
WOOD VÌLLAGE LOT 47, BAL DUE
2010 $538.85
STOUT, DAVÌD, 1987 FRÌENDSHÌP
VÌN: MY875127V TRAÌLWOOD VÌL-
LAGE LOT 32, BAL DUE 2010 $187.98
MACÌEJCZAK, DANÌEL E, BLK 7;
LOT 9, BAL DUE 2010 $774.12
PAUL, DAVÌD W, BLK 7; LOT 4, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,735.89
LEE/BEACH, DANÌEL K, BLK 10; LOT
3, 2010 $.00 Special Assessment
$484.49
ROVERE, TODD, BLK 14; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,123.54
WEBER, CHAD D, BLK 14; LOT 21,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,210.15
TROUT HAVEN SUB
BOYLE, FRANK P, LOT 1 OF LOT M;
LOT 2 OF LOT M, BAL DUE 2010
$2,117.41
TWIN OAKS SUB
CLEGHORN PARTNERS, BLK 1;
LOT 6, BAL DUE 2010 $83.69
VALLEY VIEW ESTATES
AASEN, SCOTT A, 2000 LÌBERTY
VÌN: 06L30767XU, BAL DUE 2010
$744.22
PORTER JR, JOSEPH E, LOT 54,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,019.75
VALLEY WAY SUB
DRÌSCOLL, KEVÌN B, BLK 2; LOT 16,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,117.05
SCHAEFFER, CRYSTOLYN, BLK 2;
LOT 23, 2010 $.00 Special Assessment
$457.82
VALLEYRIDGE SUB
DAVÌS, MÌCHAEL L, BLK 2; LOT 4,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,042.84
VAUGHN ADDN
POWERS, RONALD, 1985 SCHULT
VÌN: 198758, BAL DUE 2010 $109.01
POWERS, RONALD T, LOT 6A, BAL
DUE 2010 $252.14
W-Y ADDN
WERTH, WÌLLARD, LOT 4 OF
TRACT D, BAL DUE 2010 $15,350.30
WALKER PLACER MS 551
JOHNSON, VÌVÌAN F, LOT 5 LESS
RTY, BAL DUE 2010 $1,173.13
WESTBERRY TRAILS
DAVEY, GREGORY, BLK 1; LOT 5R;
LOT 6, BAL DUE 2010 $2,820.52
WHEEL INN #3
CATOE, CURTÌS D, LOT 10R, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,600.00
WINDMERE SUB
LÌCK, JEFFREY A, BLK 3; LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,303.75
ZZ SUB
SPÌZZÌRRÌ, PETER M, LOT 4, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,944.95
DEUTSCHER SUB
DEUTSCHER, REUBEN O, LOT 1
LESS LOT H1 LESS ROW, BAL DUE
2010 $573.81
SCENIC
HART, RÌCHARD C, BLK 1; LOT 11,
BAL DUE 2010 $9.47
OWANKA
WÌLLÌAMS, J D, BLK 8; LOT 2-6 &
LOT 9 LESS H-1, BAL DUE 2010 $40.38
2N-08E SEC 23, PLATTED
DREAM DAK HOLDÌNGS, LOT D OF
NE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $1,287.04
GÌKLÌNG & MEÌER LL, LOT 2 OF LOT A
OF NE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$4,471.72
2N-08E SEC 24, PLATTED
BRODERSON, JOHN O, 1981 SHAR-
LO VÌN: 8358, BAL DUE 2010 $64.69
GÌMPEL, DOUGLAS G, W1/2 LOT D
OF NW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$2,006.88
HERMAN, GLEN, E100' OF W300'
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OF LOT 36 OF NE1/4SE1/4 , BAL DUE
2010 $172.37
MENOR, BRAD, LOT J OF
NW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $1,682.66
2N-08E SEC 27, UNPLATTED
ELK VALE BUSÌNESS, SW1/4SE1/4
LESS NORTHERN LÌGHTS SUB &
LESS ROW; W1/2W1/2SE1/4SE1/4
LESS NORTHERN LÌGHTS SUB &
LESS ROW, BAL DUE 2010 $5,009.50
2N-08E SEC 34, UNPLATTED
ELK VALE BUSÌNESS, NW1/4NE1/4
LESS NORTHERN LÌGHTS SUB &
LESS ROW; W1/2W1/2NE1/4NE1/4,
BAL DUE 2010 $16,323.49
2N-08E SEC 36, UNPLATTED
HAGG BROTHERS LLC,
NW1/4NE1/4; NE1/4NW1/4;
N 1 / 2 N 1 / 2 S E 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 ;
E 1 / 2 E 1 / 2 N W 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 ;
N 1 / 2 N 1 / 2 S W 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 ;
S 1 / 2 N 1 / 2 S E 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 ;
S1/2SE1/4NE1/4;S1/2N1/2SW1/4NE1/4
; S1/2SW1/4NE1/4;
S 1 / 2 N 1 / 2 S E 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 ;
S1/2SE1/4NW1/4; SW1/4NM1/4;
W 1 / 2 E 1 / 2 N W 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 ;
W1/2NW1/4NW1/4 , BAL DUE 2010
$2,833.83
2N-09E SEC 18, PLATTED
JOHNSON, BRÌAN, 1982 DETROÌ-
TER VÌN: MNDH04D47123381A TER-
RACE ON THE GREEN LOT 0034, BAL
DUE 2010 $177.48
JOHNSON JR, DONALD E, 1980
CENTURY VÌN: CHCC017721 TER-
RACE ON THE GREEN LOT, BAL DUE
2010 $190.14
NÌDEROST, MONÌQUE, 1986
SCHULT VÌN: 198805 TERRACE ON
THE GREEN LOT 016, BAL DUE 2010
$138.90
TWÌSS, JOHN, 2002 HÌGHLAND VÌN:
HQ9999 TERRACE ON THE GREEN
LOT 0042, BAL DUE 2010 $693.43
VOSS, ANNA, 1983 TÌTAN VÌN:
2238646810AB TERRACE ON THE
GREEN LOT 0040, BAL DUE 2010
$293.35
WAGNER, CRYSTAL, 2007 FRÌEND-
SHÌP VÌN: MY0729841V TERRACE ON
THE GREEN LOT 0014, BAL DUE 2010
$979.44
WRÌGHT, GLENN, 1999 PATRÌOT
VÌN: VP6240ABÌN TERRACE ON THE
GREEN LOT 0020, BAL DUE 2010
$1,048.84
2N-09E SEC 19, PLATTED
GÌLES, KÌMBERLY A, 1993 CHAMPÌ-
ON VÌN: 4793585N3687 CENTENNÌAL
MOBÌLE HOME COURT (BE) LOT 034,
BAL DUE 2010 $248.08
LÌTTLE, JENNÌFER L, 1980 HOLLY
PARK VÌN: M605928 CENTENNÌAL
MOBÌLE HOME COURT (BE) LOT 008,
BAL DUE 2010 $176.37
THREADGÌLL, DAVÌD A, 1993
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY9310833 CEN-
TENNÌAL MOBÌLE HOME COURT (BE)
LOT 0013, BAL DUE 2010 $433.76
2N-09E SEC 20, UNPLATTED
SCHOCK, GERALD, 1985 ATLANTÌC
VÌN: 4754908176, BAL DUE 2010
$71.76
SCHOCK, GERALD D, TRACT ÌN
SW1/4SE1/4 BETWEEN HWY & RR
RTY, BAL DUE 2010 $372.89
2N-09E SEC 27, UNPLATTED
BLACK HÌLLS TRANSL, 1987
UNKNOWN VÌN: 01260036MSG, BAL
DUE 2010 $160.39
BOX ELDER SUBD #3
BROWN, KENT, 1983 SCHULT VÌN:
P190516 LARSON'S MOBÌLE VÌLLAGE
(BE) LOT 035, BAL DUE 2010 $199.21
BROWN EYES, VANA, 1978 ART-
CRAFT VÌN: CA11428 LARSON'S
MOBÌLE VÌLLAGE (BE) LOT 032, BAL
DUE 2010 $128.52
GRAHAM, JÌMMY, 1979 ADRÌAN VÌN:
7286 LARSON'S MOBÌLE VÌLLAGE
(BE) LOT 039, BAL DUE 2010 $190.02
LARSON MOBÌLE TRUS, 1981 ART-
CRAFT VÌN: 14685 LARSON'S MOBÌLE
VÌLLAGE (BE) LOT 23, BAL DUE 2010
$164.96
MOWRY/EHLÌS, ANGÌE, BLK 4; LOT
1-2 & VAC RD LYÌNG S OF BLOCK 4,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,144.28
CHEYENNE PASS
CHEYENNE PASS DEVE, LOT A17;
LOT A19; LOT A24; LOT A2B; LOT A3A;
LOT A3B; LOT A49; LOT A4A; LOT A4B;
LOT A5A; LOT A5B; LOT A6A; LOT A6B;
LOT A7A; LOT A7B; LOT A8A; LOT A8B;
LOT A9A; LOT A9B; LOT F1; TRACT 1;
TRACT 2, BAL DUE 2010 $15,202.41
CREEKSIDE ESTATES
SKYBERG, KENNETH D, BLK 1; LOT
23, BAL DUE 2010 $44.14
MANDALAY HOMES LLC, BLK 7; LOT
27, BAL DUE 2010 $779.01
D-T ELLIS SUB
ARP, DENNÌS M, BLK 1; LOT 1-11,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,915.76
MOYES, FRANCES, BLK 1; 1993
HÌGHLAND VÌN: HH3705 ELLÌS
MOBÌLE HOME COURT (BE) LOT 006,
BAL DUE 2010 $360.31
FLYING EAGLE RANCHETTES
GÌBSON, LOREN L, BLK 1; LOT 7,
BAL DUE 2010 $384.68
GLORE BROTHERS ADDN
BLACKMON, ANTHONY J, LOT 22,
BAL DUE 2010 $323.41
LEACH, CHRÌSTÌ, LOT 32; LOT 33,
BAL DUE 2010 $653.70
LEACH, CHRÌSTÌ A, LOT 35, BAL
DUE 2010 $337.10
LÌTTLE, JENNÌFER L, 1987 FRÌEND-
SHÌP VÌN: MY874778V, BAL DUE 2010
$260.66
MASHEK, TERRÌ, 1982 MEDALLÌON
VÌN: 7140N; LOT 23, BAL DUE 2010
$275.69
MORSE, ERVÌN, 1977 TAMARRON
VÌN: 2277773639AB, BAL DUE 2010
$152.14
MORSE, ERVÌN J, LOT 27, BAL DUE
2010 $257.95
STONECYPHER, LORRAÌNE H, LOT
5, BAL DUE 2010 $323.41
GRIFFIN SUB
NAVRÌSKY, BARBARA K, LOT 3, BAL
DUE 2010 $594.64
HAPPY ACRES SUB
BOTTJEN, TERRY, LOT 2, BAL DUE
2010 $553.49
MYERS, RÌVER, 1997 SKYLÌNE VÌN:
4N520152J, BAL DUE 2010 $183.07
OLDERBAK, MÌCHAEL, 1984
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: N05937ABF, BAL
DUE 2010 $490.72
OLDERBAK, MÌCHAEL D, LOT 4,
BAL DUE 2010 $325.70
LEFLER SUB
PARKÌSON, NORMA, 1978 GEMÌ
VÌN: GHC770035, BAL DUE 2010
$102.21
PARKÌSON/LEFLER, NORMA J, LOT
2R; LOT 3, BAL DUE 2010 $1,560.92
MBF SUB
FRERÌCHS, BARBARA J, LOT A, BAL
DUE 2010 $954.42
MCGRIFF ADDN
ABDA ÌNV WA LEACH, BLK 1; 1977
CLÌFTON VÌN: 5982 NORTH PARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 0011, BAL
DUE 2010 $121.69
ABDA ÌNVESTMENTS Ì, BLK 1; 1981
REDMAN VÌN: GK10235799 NORTH
PARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 16;
1984 SKYLÌNE VÌN: 18300379T NORTH
PARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 5,
BAL DUE 2010 $546.33
BALD EAGLE, MARÌSA, BLK 1; 1977
HOMETTE VÌN: 03560695K NORTH
PARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT,
BAL DUE 2010 $121.71
BROOKS, TRAVÌS R, BLK 1; LOT A,
B & C OF LOT 3, BAL DUE 2010
$658.03
EVERGREEN MOBÌLE H, BLK 1;
1981 COMMODORE VÌN: KF2321A
NORTH PARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT
LOT 14, BAL DUE 2010 $185.48
EVERGREEN RENTALS, BLK 1;
1980 COLT VÌN: 8011 NORTH PARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 3B, BAL
DUE 2010 $146.75
J ROBERT KNECHT RE, BLK 1; 1981
GUER VÌN: GDB01D24813802, BAL
DUE 2010 $185.46
RUGH, BETTY G, BLK 1; LOT 9, BAL
DUE 2010 $223.50
SÌLVER MAPLE LLC, BLK 1; 1978
MARSHFÌELD VÌN: 32305 NORTH
PARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
0021, BAL DUE 2010 $128.52
O GRADY, VERA, BLK 2; 1995 FOUR
SEASONS VÌN: FS200828, BAL DUE
2010 $805.07
SÌLVER MAPLE LLC, BLK 2; 1979
WÌNDSOR VÌN: ZWK75145743, BAL
DUE 2010 $199.14
MORNING VIEW SUB
HERMAN, GLENN, 1978 SKYLÌNE
VÌN: 01560609L, BAL DUE 2010
$116.68
HERMAN, GLENN E, LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2010 $204.60
NAPOLI SUB
MORRÌS, THOMAS W, E1/2 OF
TRACT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $732.66
SCHMÌDT, RÌCK, 1999 CHAMPÌON
VÌN: 479933600941, BAL DUE 2010
$372.99
NORTHERN LIGHTS SUB
ELK VALE BUSÌNESS, BLK 1; LOT 1;
LOT 2; LOT 3, BAL DUE 2010
$18,874.82
OLD HOMESTEAD SUB
COY, KEÌTH R, 1984 CHAMPÌON
VÌN: 0544970249, BAL DUE 2010
$217.29
J ROBERT KNECHT RL, 1995
CLÌFTON VÌN: 05955758889, BAL DUE
2010 $461.10
SÌLVER MAPLE LLC, 1980 MEDAL-
LÌON VÌN: 5539N; LOT 1; LOT 10; LOT
14; LOT 5, BAL DUE 2010 $2,169.43
ORIGINAL TOWN OF BOX ELDER
ABDA ÌNVESTMENTS, BLK 1; 1977
REVERE VÌN: MNDH04E1376091A,
BAL DUE 2010 $117.12
ABDA ÌNVESTMENTS C, BLK 1; LOT
9-12, BAL DUE 2010 $234.58
REEVES, VALERÌE, BLK 1; 2000
MAGNOLÌA VÌN: GDGENE469916904A;
LOT 1 REVÌSED, BAL DUE 2010
$315.68
KREBS, DAN, BLK 2; LOT 1-2, BAL
DUE 2010 $158.37
KREBS, DANNY, BLK 2; 1980 WEST-
FÌELD VÌN: ÌDFL1A010042141, BAL
DUE 2010 $159.37
WALSH, ANDREA D, BLK 2; 1994
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY9411835V, BAL
DUE 2010 $210.06
PAUGH SUB
WÌLCOX, AUSTÌN, 1993 ATLANTÌC
VÌN: 4793515N3791; LOT 1, BAL DUE
2010 $388.13
PETERSON II SUB
CARLTON, RANDY K, BLK 2; LOT 17,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,548.00
PLAINSVIEW ESTATES
BRÌNK, KEÌTH L, BLK 2; LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2010 $370.18
BRÌNK, KEÌTH P, BLK 2; 1982 COM-
MODORE VÌN: KG2805AB, BAL DUE
2010 $231.81
PRAIRIE OAK SUB
CUNY, LOREN, 1995 HÌGHLAND
VÌN: HJ5238, BAL DUE 2010 $825.57
CUNY, LOREN F, LOT 5, BAL DUE
2010 $383.49
GONZALEZ, LEONARD M, 1993
MEDALLÌON VÌN: 3916C, BAL DUE
2010 $309.64
PRAIRIE VIEW ESTATES
QUANDT ENTERPRÌSES, TRACT A;
TRACT B, BAL DUE 2010 $1,282.77
RANCHO DRIVE SUB
CROYLE, BETTY L, BLK 2; 1980
SCHULT VÌN: 173396; LOT 1, BAL DUE
2010 $397.41
ROW SUB
SÌERES, BRANDY, 1991 UNKNOWN
VÌN: MSN48, BAL DUE 2010 $201.39
SCHOCK SUB
SCHOCK, GERALD J, LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2010 $199.05
SMITHCO SUB
DOUBLE DB 918 LLC, BLK 3; LOT
2R, BAL DUE 2010 $2,038.80
SUB OF SECTION 19, 2N-9E
ADER, DANÌEL P, 1977 ARTCRAFT
VÌN: AP10174 LDH ESTATES (BE) LOT
6B, BAL DUE 2010 $123.96
CARPENTER, JANET L, 1984
SCHULT VÌN: 198002 HOMESTEAD
MOBÌLE RANCH (BE) LOT 0016, BAL
DUE 2010 $141.27
CROCKETT, JUDY, 1988 SCHULT
VÌN: RF233306 HOMESTEAD MOBÌLE
RANCH (BE) LOT 14, BAL DUE 2010
$228.18
DEAN, CHRÌSTÌNA, 1981 CHAMPÌ-
ON VÌN: 0510267689 HOMESTEAD
MOBÌLE RANCH (BE) LOT 020, BAL
DUE 2010 $106.87
HAMLET, FRÌDAY, 1982 DETROÌTER
VÌN: MNDH04D42123071A HOME-
STEAD MOBÌLE RANCH (BE) LOT 019,
BAL DUE 2010 $85.17
PANKRATZ, DUANE, LOT 29 LESS
RTY, BAL DUE 2010 $323.43
PURDY, ROBERT D, LOT 1 OF LOT 3
LESS RTY, BAL DUE 2010 $4,155.08
SERAFÌN, GREGORÌO, W61' OF
E231.2' OF N128.73' OF LOT 30, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,152.63
SÌKES, RUTH M, LOT 2 OF LOT 3
LESS RTY; N196.1' OF LOT 7 OF LOT 2
OF LOT 1, 2, & 27, BAL DUE 2010
$1,949.88
SÌRLES, WARREN, 1984 COLT VÌN:
9442 HOMESTEAD MOBÌLE RANCH
(BE) LOT 010, BAL DUE 2010 $28.82
TUXFORD, CATHY L, 2004 HÌGH-
LAND VÌN: HS11281 HOMESTEAD
MOBÌLE RANCH (BE) LOT 0011, BAL
DUE 2010 $373.89
SUNNYDALE ESTATES
KÌNDLE, DOUGLAS F, BLK 1; N1/2
OF LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $583.15
NEE, LORETTA R, BLK 4; LOT 6, BAL
DUE 2010 $824.32
LUX, HARLEY, BLK 5; 1994 LÌBERTY
VÌN: 06L25018, BAL DUE 2010 $204.49
ROHRER, DAVÌD T, BLK 5; LOT A OF
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $115.68
ROHRER/ROHRER, BRENDA, BLK
5; LOT B OF LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010
$115.67
MORRÌS, DONNA J, BLK 6; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2010 $346.20
THUNDERBIRD SUB
DALY, ROCKY J, BLK 1; LOT 45, BAL
DUE 2010 $864.98
WELLS, WÌLLÌAM E, BLK 1; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,831.10
WÌLLÌAMS, MELÌNDA J, BLK 1; LOT
67, BAL DUE 2010 $1,673.60
JONES/TERRÌLL, SUE A, BLK 4; LOT
7, BAL DUE 2010 $3,166.41
SOUR LEMONS LLC, BLK 4; LOT B,
BAL DUE 2010 $3,831.58
BLACKWELL, JAMES W, BLK 6; LOT
2, BAL DUE 2010 $2,383.25
TRACT A-101 SUB
LEFLER, MÌCHAEL L, LOT 1R OF
PARCEL NO 5 REVÌSED; LOT 2 OF
PARCEL NO 5 REVÌSED; LOT 3 OF
PARCEL NO 5 REVÌSED, BAL DUE
2010 $1,722.51
VILLA RANCHAERO TOWNSITE
ESTES, DOYLE, W215' OF LOT C OF
OUTLOT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $2,685.89
VILLA SUB
ANDERSEN, FAÌTH S, 1982 SKY-
LÌNE VÌN: 0130612R VALLEY VÌLLAGE
(BE) LOT 5, BAL DUE 2010 $153.96
BESSETTE, ALÌSON, 1980 LÌBERTY
VÌN: 05L13064 VALLEY VÌLLAGE (BE)
LOT 119, BAL DUE 2010 $112.56
BLALACK, JOHNNY R, 1977 KÌT VÌN:
S5704 VALLEY VÌLLAGE (BE) LOT 069,
BAL DUE 2010 $97.83
BURNETTE, BYRONA, 1993
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY9310342ABV
VALLEY VÌLLAGE (BE) LOT 0064, BAL
DUE 2010 $262.58
CONSECO FÌNANCE /, 1978 BON-
NEVÌLLA VÌN: GH10234324 VALLEY
VÌLLAGE (BE) LOT 0076, BAL DUE
2010 $167.25
COOLEY, DEBORAH, 1977 GUER-
DON VÌN: GDMASD23772517 VALLEY
VÌLLAGE (BE) LOT 0082, BAL DUE
2010 $199.14
GAY, BRUCE, 1983 FOREST PARK
(GERR) VÌN: M60F0808 VALLEY VÌL-
LAGE (BE) LOT 0088, BAL DUE 2010
$113.28
J ROBERT KNECHT RL, 1977 CHÌ-
CASHA VÌN: 3906W VALLEY VÌLLAGE
(BE) LOT 0012, BAL DUE 2010 $137.62
LACURAN, SHALEEN, 1980 SCHULT
VÌN: 173466 VALLEY VÌLLAGE (BE)
LOT 0075, BAL DUE 2010 $79.72
LORD, ELSBETH, 1979 BONNAVÌL-
LA VÌN: 97A8785 VALLEY VÌLLAGE
(BE) LOT 80, BAL DUE 2010 $151.31
NÌKKÌLA, DANÌEL, 1977 DEERFÌELD
VÌN: RÌÌ070144 VALLEY VÌLLAGE (BE)
LOT 0060, BAL DUE 2010 $99.62
PAULSEN, SCOTT, 1978 CHÌCK-
ASHA VÌN: 4467W VALLEY VÌLLAGE
(BE) LOT 0028, BAL DUE 2010 $89.98
PRENTÌCE, WÌLLÌAM E, 1989
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 479463N0315 VALLEY
VÌLLAGE (BE) LOT 011, BAL DUE 2010
$210.08
RALPH, TOM E, 1989 COURTLAND
VÌN: 98A17829 VALLEY VÌLLAGE (BE)
LOT 072, BAL DUE 2010 $244.48
SCHAER, SUZANNE L, 1997
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY9717134ABV
VALLEY VÌLLAGE (BE) LOT 59, BAL
DUE 2010 $751.34
SCOTT, DAVÌD J, 1981 BONNAVÌLLA
VÌN: 18A11235 VALLEY VÌLLAGE (BE)
LOT 033, BAL DUE 2010 $221.91
SNEED, NATHANÌEL, 1998
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 47980639073 VALLEY
VÌLLAGE (BE) LOT 055, BAL DUE 2010
$923.32
1S-05E SEC 31, PLATTED
DEANDA, DELFÌNA, 1995 BELAÌRE
VÌN: NEB59A23602 HALL ACRES
MOBÌLE HOME COURT (HC) LOT 015,
BAL DUE 2010 $304.93
DEANDA, LEOBARDO, 1986
SCHULT VÌN: 215123 HALL ACRES
MOBÌLE HOME COURT (HC) LOT 010,
BAL DUE 2010 $217.14
MEZA, ENRÌQUE, 1998 CHAMPÌON
VÌN: 05981542356 HALL ACRES
MOBÌLE HOME COURT (HC) LOT
0018, BAL DUE 2010 $478.33
PHÌLLÌPS, CANDY, 1998 LÌBERTY
VÌN: 06L29150 HALL ACRES MOBÌLE
HOME COURT (HC) LOT, BAL DUE
2010 $556.30
ALLEN PARK ADDN
HENSON, PEGGY D, BLK 4; LOT 6R,
BAL DUE 2010 $601.13
BEAR ADDN
MÌER, ELAÌNE E, BLK 1; LOT 15, BAL
DUE 2010 $743.86
BEAUTY HILL SUB
MÌDGETT, DEAN A, BLK 3; LOT 8,
BAL DUE 2010 $3,087.62
CHUTE ROOSTERS TRACT
WALDRON, MELÌSSA, 1978
DETROÌTER VÌN:
MNDH04D29805871A, BAL DUE 2010
$169.85
WALDRON, MELÌSSA M, 1981
SCHULT VÌN: 182102A, BAL DUE 2010
$288.31
E FISH LODE SUB
STANDARD/DONNAN, GRANT,
TRACT 3, BAL DUE 2010 $1,392.23
E FISH LODE, MS
NEWTON CREEK COMPA, LESS E
FÌSH LODE SUBD, LESS DEDÌCATED
ROW & LESS THAT PT OVERLAPPÌNG
ÌNSÌDE MS 655, BAL DUE 2010
$795.60
HEART OF THE HILLS ESTATES
JOHNSON, J R, BLK 2; LOT 10, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,749.39
SULLÌVAN/SULLÌVAN, BRET D, BLK
3; LOT 2R, BAL DUE 2010 $5,840.43
HILL CITY PLACER, MS 505
PULSE, DAN, BLL ON LOT 1 OF
MARY PARDE LOT, BAL DUE 2010
$181.10
HILLYO ADDN #4
HAMÌLTON, ROYAL S, 1978 SCHULT
VÌN: RF163272, BAL DUE 2010 $111.31
MATKINS ADDN #3
BRUCKNER, STEPHANÌE, 1977
CHÌCKASHA VÌN: 3149Z MATKÌNS
MOBÌLE HOME COURT (HC) LOT 008,
BAL DUE 2010 $48.80
HOFLAND, RANDA, 1998 CHAMPÌ-
ON VÌN: 05988682601 MATKÌNS
MOBÌLE HOME COURT (HC) LOT, BAL
DUE 2010 $447.24
MATKÌNS, MARVÌN A, 1978
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 4780382998 MATKÌNS
MOBÌLE HOME COURT (HC) LOT
0025; 1978 REGAL VÌN: 2763 MATKÌNS
MOBÌLE HOME COURT (HC) LOT 007,
BAL DUE 2010 $393.76
MESTETH, FRANSÌNE D, 1978
KÌRKWOOD VÌN: GH10234195
MATKÌNS MOBÌLE HOME COURT (HC)
LOT 034, BAL DUE 2010 $96.06
MATKINS ADDN #4
MATKÌNS, MARVÌN A, LOT 5R, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,265.33
MATKINS OFFICE CONDOMINIUMS
MATKÌNS, MARVÌN A, UNÌT 1 &
34.97% OF COMMON ELEMENTS, BAL
DUE 2010 $5,878.70
MEWONITOC LODE SUB
HAGEN, STEPHEN D, LOT 4, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,137.45
ORIGINAL TOWN OF HILL CITY
HELMER, BETTY Ì, BLK 2; LOT M,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,463.50
HOUSKA/COLVÌN, PATRÌCÌA, BLK 2;
LOT 3-4, BAL DUE 2010 $1,429.57
HOUSKA, PATRÌCÌA, BLK 3; LOT 65
& S1/2 LOT 66, BAL DUE 2010
$7,258.86
WHÌTAKER, PRESTON, BLK 3; LOT
B, BAL DUE 2010 $2,745.87
AMERÌCAN EQUÌTÌES, BLK 11; W70'
OF LOT 18-23, BAL DUE 2010
$5,323.54
JEWETT/ORUM, JOHN G, BLK 16;
LOT 1R; LOT 3R, BAL DUE 2010
$2,250.91
RADA SUB
COLVÌN, MÌKE M, LOT B OF LOT 3
(ALSO ÌN SEC 31), BAL DUE 2010
$1,807.97
GROVER, DAVÌD A, LOT 4 (ALSO ÌN
SECTÌON 30), BAL DUE 2010 $4,947.13
RANGER SUB
ESCOBAR/FLORES, FRANCÌSCO,
LOT 4 (ALSO ÌN SEC 31), BAL DUE
2010 $2,816.64
SUNSET CREEK ESTATES
TUCKER, FRED, BLK 4; LOT 2A;
LOT 2B, BAL DUE 2010 $1,359.90
WILSON LODE, MS 655
NEWTON CREEK COMPA, LESS
THE SOUTH 100'& LESS GL 21, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,179.06
2S-06E SEC 04, PLATTED
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, PARCEL A
OF TRACT 0309; PARCEL B OF TRACT
0309, BAL DUE 2010 $1,638.29
2S-06E SEC 08, UNPLATTED
RUSHMORE-BORGLUM MGL 8
LESS PART OF TRACT BR BLK 15
HARNEY ADD; GL 9; GL16, BAL DUE
2010 $3,602.65
2S-06E SEC 09, UNPLATTED
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, GL 18-19,
BAL DUE 2010 $789.70
RUSHMORE-BORGLUM M, GL 2,
BAL DUE 2010 $10.54
ALTA M LODE, MS 1729
BORGLUM HÌSTORÌCAL, PT ALTA M
LODE #1729 (ALSO ÌN SECTÌON 8),
BAL DUE 2010 $10,226.38
BIG HIT #4 LODE, MS 1355
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, BÌG HÌT #4
LODE MS 1355, BAL DUE 2010
$1,311.85
CLARK LODE, MS 1380
BORGLUM HÌSTORÌCAL, PT OF
CLARK LODE, LOT 1; PT OF CLARK
LODE, LOT 1 (ALSO ÌN SECTÌON 8),
BAL DUE 2010 $1,500.88
ECHO VALLEY SUB
BRODÌNE, PAMELA L, TRACT A, BAL
DUE 2010 $10,757.77
ENGBERG SUB
MCNULTY, SEAN, LOT 16, BAL DUE
2010 $2,846.91
FERGUSON PLACER, MS 431
PANKRATZ, DUANE, 1981 KOZY
VÌN: KF2208A; LOT 4; LOT AR OF LOT
7; LOT B OF LOT 7, BAL DUE 2010
$3,964.62
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2010 $259.70
GATE CITY LODE, MS 1380
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, LOT 1 (ALSO
ÌN SECTÌON 9), BAL DUE 2010 $418.70
GEISLER SUB
MCNULTY, SEAN, LOT 1 OF TRACT
C, BAL DUE 2010 $339.78
HARNEY ADDN
BROOKSÌDE MOTEL ÌN, BROOK-
SÌDE TRACT 1, BAL DUE 2010
$5,726.62
KEYSTONE BEVERAGE, GOOD
FOOD TRACT, BAL DUE 2010
$11,484.07
SLEEP LAND LLC, CAMP TRACT,
BAL DUE 2010 $6,409.75
SLEEP LAND LLC/RUS, GOOD
SLEEP TRACT, BAL DUE 2010
$25,884.57
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, BLK 4; LOT
1-3 LESS LOT H1; LOT 14-20; LOT 4-5;
LOT 6-7, BAL DUE 2010 $4,583.93
ALLGÌER, KEÌTH J, BLK 8; LOT 4-6,
BAL DUE 2010 $243.99
PANKRATZ, DUANE, BLK 8; W1/2 OF
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $83.02
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, BLK 9; LOT
1-3, BAL DUE 2010 $397.10
BORGLUM HÌSTORÌCAL, BLK 15;
LOT 1-4 & W1/2 VACATED 5TH ST; LOT
7-16S AND VACATED PT OF ROY
STREET ADJACENT TO LOT 7-10, BAL
DUE 2010 $42,727.61
KEYSTONE BOARDWALK, BLK 15;
TRACT BR, BAL DUE 2010 $27,227.27
BORGLUM HÌSTORÌCAL, BLK 16; LOT
1-10 LESS HWY 16A & LESS LOT PL;
TRACT C, BAL DUE 2010 $12,970.65
BORGLUM HÌSTORÌCAL, BLK 17;
LOT 1R-4R; LOT 5-10, BAL DUE 2010
$7,126.24
BORGLUM HÌSTORÌCAL, BLK 18;
LOT 1 & E1/2 VACATED 5TH ST, BAL
DUE 2010 $646.39
RUSHMORE-BORGLUM M, BLK 18;
LOT 2-4; LOT 5R, BAL DUE 2010
$1,547.99
RUSHMORE VÌEW LLC, BLK 21;
LOT 5-6 LESS GOOD SLEEP TRACT,
LOT 7-14; BLK 22 LOT 1-11; VACATED
CLARK ST LOCATED BETWEEN LOT
6-14 BLK 21 & LOT 1-11 BLK 22, BAL
DUE 2010 $7,395.19
HOLY TERROR LODE, MS 1093
HOLY TERROR MÌNÌNG, HOLY TER-
ROR LODE, MS #1093, BAL DUE 2010
$236.12
JIM FRACTION LODE, MS 1380
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, JÌM FRAC-
TÌON LODE, MS #1380 (ALSO ÌN SEC-
TÌON 9), BAL DUE 2010 $1,357.00
JOHNSON, W & G SUB
RUSHMORE VÌEW LLC, TRACT A,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,819.45
SECOND LADY LLC, LOT 2 OF
TRACT C, BAL DUE 2010 $29,688.86
LITTLE TYKOON LODE, MS 1380
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, LOT A OF
LOT 1 (ALSO ÌN SECTÌON 9), BAL DUE
2010 $811.28
LUCKY BOY LODE, MS 2103
PANKRATZ, DUANE CLUCKY BOY
LODE, MS #2103 LESS RTY, BAL DUE
2010 $986.01
MONARCH MICA LODE, MS 469
BORGLUM HÌSTORÌCAL, LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2010 $77.14
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, BLL LOCAT-
ED ON MONARCH MÌCA LODE MS 469
, BAL DUE 2010 $80,356.61
ORIGINAL TOWN OF KEYSTONE
CLÌNE, ROBÌN, BLK 10; LOT 15-18,
BAL DUE 2010 $407.79
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, BLK 11;
TRACT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $3,084.45
PROSPECT LODE, MS 1380
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, LOT A OF
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $2,835.14
PROTECTOR MICA LODE, MS 470
BORGLUM HÌSTORÌCAL, 2004
UNKNOWN VÌN: MSN14, BAL DUE
2010 $1,687.76
RUSHMORE-BORGLUM M, 1995
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY9513344V, BAL
DUE 2010 $299.95
ROCKY GULCH ADDN
JENSEN/SALWAY, BARBARA K, BLK
2; LOT 7 LESS LOT H1, BAL DUE 2010
$129.04
LENDE, STEPHANÌE, BLK 2; 1979
COLT VÌN: 7246, BAL DUE 2010
$394.16
LÌNDER, RYAN, BLK 2; 1978
SCHULT VÌN: 163147, BAL DUE 2010
$135.04
ESCOBAR, ARTURO, BLK 3; 1989
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY896631V
PARKVÌEW TRAÌLER COURT (KY) LOT
011, BAL DUE 2010 $268.54
SWANZEY ADDN
HOLY TERROR DEVELO, TRACT F,
BAL DUE 2010 $9,974.83
SWANZEY PLACER, MS 460
LEONARD, KENNETH O, LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,530.06
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, LOT A OF
LOT 2, BAL DUE 2010 $2,246.23
RUSHMORE VÌEW LLC, LOT 11, BAL
DUE 2010 $18,629.37
VENUS LODE, MS 1185
PANKRATZ, DUANE, VENUS LODE,
MS #1185 (ALSO ÌN SECTÌON 9), BAL
DUE 2010 $789.70
2N-11E SEC 31, PLATTED
HALL, GREGORY A, LOT B OF LOT
5 OF OUTLOT D, BAL DUE 2010
$770.49
BLOOM ADDN
GARRETT, JUSTÌN, BLK 1; 1983
COMM VÌN: KH3199A CROSBÌE
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT, BAL DUE
2010 $138.31
MAAS, CHRÌS R, BLK 1; 1981
CAMELOT VÌN: FS12457 CROSBÌE
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 5, BAL
DUE 2010 $122.95
OUR LEMONS LLC, BLK 1; LOT 3-
10, BAL DUE 2010 $1,612.58
TARRANT, JACQUELÌN, BLK 1; 2000
HÌMÌ VÌN: H09113, BAL DUE 2010
$519.53
GIMPEL ADDN
RÌCHTER, ALÌCE M, BLK 1; LOT 5,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,885.89
MADSEN ADDN
ANDERSON, MÌCHAEL A, BLK 7;
LOT 9-10, BAL DUE 2010 $1,233.29
SZYMONSKÌ, JAMES A, BLK 12;
1977 MAGNOLÌA VÌN: HALL; LOT 1-2
N25' OF LOT 3 OF BLK 12 OF LOT 4
OUTLOT A OF NE1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE
2010$451.55
NORTH UNDERWOOD ADDN
KJAR-SCHWAFEL, CATHERÌNE,
BLK 5; LOT 5-6, BAL DUE 2010 $389.35
OLIFF SUB I
DUNN, KATHERÌNE, 1984 SHAM-
ROCK VÌN: SHS0K0083 AUTUMN VÌL-
LAGE LOT, BAL DUE 2010 $318.87
PRÌTZKAU, KÌMBERLY, 2007
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY0830574V, BAL
DUE 2010 $628.88
WESTERN RENTAL PRO, LOT 2 OF
LOT B, BAL DUE 2010 $1,859.97
ORIGINAL TOWN OF
NEW UNDERWOOD
CASPERS, NÌCK, BLK 5; N1/2 OF
LOT 17; LOT 18, BAL DUE 2010
$1,301.94
PRÌNCE, MARGARET R, BLK 14;
LOT 1-2, BAL DUE 2010 $714.93
PEARSON ADDN
BULLOCK, WÌLBUR D, BLK 2; 1997
LÌBERTY VÌN: 06L28129 PEARSONS
COURT LOT, BAL DUE 2010 $275.40
RACICKY SUB
RACÌCKY ENTERPRÌSE, RONALD,
1980 WÌCH VÌN: VMÌ070956, BAL DUE
2010 $214.39
SWANSON 1ST ADDN
GUNNER, LAWRENCE G, BLK 2;
2000 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY0022504V
SWANSON MOBÌLE HOME COURT
LOT, BAL DUE 2010 $863.13
1S-17E SEC 06, PLATTED
EÌSENBRAUN, COLÌN L, OUTLOT A
OF NE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$268.79
EÌSENBRAUN/MCGRÌFF, JUSTON,
LOT B OF TRACT 7 OF NE1/4SE1/4,
BAL DUE 2010 $34.11
TWO-BÌT STEAKHOUSE, LOT 1 OF
TRACT 2 OF NW1/4SE1/4; LOT Q OF
TRACT 2 ÌN NW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE
2010 $743.92
ORIGINAL TOWN OF QUINN
SÌMEONE, DENÌSE, BLK 5; LOT 10;
LOT 11; LOT 9, BAL DUE 2010 $60.87
1N-07E SEC 09, PLATTED
TARA ALYSS LLC; CU, BLK 3; S50'
OF TRACT B OF RESUBDÌVÌSÌON OF
LOT 15-17 & LOT 41-47 OF LOT 3 OF
NE1/4NW1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $996.33
1N-07E SEC 11, PLATTED
WKC ENTERPRÌSES ÌN, E300' OF
S200' OF TRACT E OF S1/2NE1/4, BAL
DUE 2010 $18,245.96
1N-07E SEC 22, UNPLATTED
OLSEN DEVELOPMENT, S495' OF
NE1/4SE1/4 LESS LOT 1; SE1/4SE1/4,
BAL DUE 2010 $16,407.34
OTS ÌNC, S1/2NW1/4SW1/4 LESS
STONEY CREEK SOUTH SUB, LESS
STONEY CREEK SOUTH #2 SUB,
LESS LOTS H1, H2, H3, H4 & LESS
ROW; SE1/4SW1/4 LESS STONEY
CREEK SOUTH #2 SUB, LESS
CATRON CROSSÌNG SUB, LESS LOT
H-3 & LESS ROW; SW1/4SW1/4 LESS
STONEY CREEK SOUTH SUB, LESS
STONEY CREEK SOUTH #2 SUB,
LESS CATRON CROSSÌNG SUB, LESS
LOT H1, LESS LOT H-3, LESS LOT P1
& LESS ROW, BAL DUE 2010
$14,442.06
1N-07E SEC 23, PLATTED
BPRUSHMORE LLC, TRACT B OF
TRACT 1 OF W1/2SW1/4 LESS ÌGT
SUB & LESS ROW, BAL DUE 2010
$23,890.78
1N-07E SEC 26, PLATTED
GOEKEN, GREG, TRACT 1 OF
W1/2NW1/4 LESS LOT A OF RANCH
SUB, LESS CONNECTOR SUB, LESS
LOTS H1, H2, H3 & ROW, BAL DUE
2010 $13,537.43
1N-08E SEC 04, UNPLATTED
COPPERFÌELD LAND C,
N1/2N1/2NE1/4SW1/4 LESS COPPER-
FÌELD SUB, LESS COPPERFÌELD VÌS-
TAS SUB & LESS ROW; SE1/4NW1/4
LESS LOT A, LESS COPPERFÌELD
VÌSTAS SUB, LESS ROW; GL 3, BAL
DUE 2010 $7,416.01
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, GL 1 LESS
THE W660' & LESS LOTS H2 & H5;
SE1/4NE1/4 LESS W660' OF N1081.18'
LESS LOTS H2, H3, LESS RUSHMORE
REGÌONAL ÌNDUSTRÌAL PARK & LESS
HÌLLTOP BUSÌNESS PARK SUB;
UNPLATTED BALANCE OF SE1/4
ÌNCLUDÌNG LOT X OF LOT H1 ÌN
SW1/4SE1/4, LESS LOT H1, LESS
LOTS H3 & H4 OF W1/2SE1/4 AND
LESS LOTS H3, H4 & H5 OF E1/2SE1/4
BAL DUE $66,259.99
1N-08E SEC 05, PLATTED
CAL GAS RAPÌD CÌTY, LOT 3B OF
SW1/4NW1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $6,105.61
PRÌCE, RAYMOND C, 1984 ROLLO-
HOME VÌN: 36521 RJ COUNTRY CT
LOT 16, BAL DUE 2010 $163.89
1N-08E SEC 06, PLATTED
AMERSON, JOYCE E, 1991 FRÌEND-
SHÌP VÌN: MY918427ABV GOLDEN
ACRES (RC) LOT 039, BAL DUE 2010
$406.31
ENGESSER, RUSSELL H, LOT 1 OF
LOT A OF SE1/4 LESS LOTS H1 & H2;
LOT 2 OF LOT A OF SE1/4, BAL DUE
2010 $4,545.24
1N-08E SEC 07, PLATTED
RÌEGER, ÌRMA L, LOT 5 OF LOT A,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,607.75
LENGKEEK, KEÌTH A, BLK 1; LOT 8
LESS LOT H1, BAL DUE 2010 $682.96
1N-08E SEC 07, UNPLATTED
PARK HÌLL DEVELOPM, UNPLAT-
TED BALANCE OF SW1/4NE1/4, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,583.89
1N-08E SEC 08, PLATTED
BLACK HÌLLS WESTER, LOT 2 OF
TRACT 2, BAL DUE 2010 $1,985.14
HYDE, MARVÌN N, LOT A LESS H-1
OF LOT 1 OF TRACT 2, BAL DUE 2010
$1,483.12
PORTER, ROBERT A, 1979 MARSH-
FÌELD VÌN: 33621 EASTWÌNDS
MOBÌLE VÌLLAGE (RC) LOT 003, BAL
DUE 2010 $84.46
SOLOMONS VENTURES, E155' OF
LOT F OF LOT 5 OF TRACT 2, BAL
DUE 2010 $3,406.42
1N-08E SEC 09, PLATTED
MARTÌNEZ, MELÌNE P, 1996 HÌGH-
LAND VÌN: HK6132 SOUTH VALLEY
ESTATES MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
008, BAL DUE 2010 $388.97
SZARKOWSKÌ, EÌLEEN C, LOT B OF
LOT 2 OF SW1/4NW1/4 LESS S175' ,
BAL DUE 2010 $741.73
1N-09E SEC 17, UNPLATTED
MCFARLAND/MORRÌS, RYAN, BLL
ON SW1/4 (HANGER #20, RC REGÌON-
AL AÌRPORT), BAL DUE 2010 $1,250.19
2N-07E SEC 26, PLATTED
OVERLOOK RAPÌD CÌT, LOT A OF
SE1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $503.26
2N-07E SEC 26, UNPLATTED
OVERLOOK RAPÌD CÌT,
NW1/4NE1/4SW1/4 LESS HARMONY
HEÌGHTS; S1/2NE1/4SW1/4; UNPLAT-
TED PORTÌON OF SE1/4SW1/4 LESS
S165', BAL DUE 2010 $9,011.21
2N-07E SEC 27, UNPLATTED
SÌMPSON, FRANKLÌN O, UNPLAT-
TED PT OF S1/2NE1/4 S OF Ì-90;
UNPLATTED PT OF N1/2SE1/4 (BOTH
FORMERLY PTOF VACATED TRACT C
REVÌSED & VACATED TRACT 20R OF
SG ÌNTERSTATE SUB), BAL DUE 2010
$8,605.97
2N-07E SEC 33, PLATTED
OWEN MANN ESTATE %, LOT A OF
NE1/4SE1/4 (FORMERLY PT OF LOT
H1), BAL DUE 2010 $436.53
2N-07E SEC 34, PLATTED
SWEET ÌNVESTMENT P, LOT E OF
SW1/4NE1/4 LESS ROW, BAL DUE
2010 $3,462.74
2N-08E SEC 20, UNPLATTED
ANDERSON, VÌCKY W, 1996 OAK
PARK ÌÌ VÌN: 47965727160 PRAÌRÌE
ACRES ESTATES LOT 015, BAL DUE
2010 $378.83
BARBER, DEBRA S, 1980 SCHULT
VÌN: 173254 PRAÌRÌE ACRES
ESTATES LOT 0048, BAL DUE 2010
$163.43
BROWN EYES, DENÌSE, 2000
UNKNOWN VÌN: MSN27 PRAÌRÌE
ACRES ESTATES LOT 0011, BAL DUE
2010 $468.93
CUMMÌNGS, DALE, 1983 ATLANTÌC
VÌN: 4738856604 PRAÌRÌE ACRES
ESTATES LOT 112, BAL DUE 2010
$144.48
DAVÌS, JOSHUA L, 1980 CHÌCASHA
VÌN: 6066W PRAÌRÌE ACRES ESTATES
LOT 0018, BAL DUE 2010 $155.14
GEÌSER, SUSÌE, 1983 REDMAN VÌN:
10236855 PRAÌRÌE ACRES ESTATES
LOT 070, BAL DUE 2010 $155.81
J ROBERT KNECHT RL, 1977
DETROÌTER VÌN: MNDH04D2778891A
PRAÌRÌE ACRES ESTATES LOT 17,
BAL DUE 2010 $101.08
MAHLE, MÌCHAEL, 1980 LÌBERTY
VÌN: 06L14476 PRAÌRÌE ACRES
ESTATES LOT 113, BAL DUE 2010
$157.21
MORGAN, SHERRÌ L, 1981 COM-
MODORE VÌN: KF2286A PRAÌRÌE
ACRES ESTATES LOT 0022, BAL DUE
2010 $157.21
PENEAUX, STAN, 1997 SKYLÌNE
VÌN: 5A300251J PRAÌRÌE ACRES
ESTATES LOT 026, BAL DUE 2010
$399.85
SALWAY, TERRY, 1980 CHAMPÌON
VÌN: 0500786628 PRAÌRÌE ACRES
ESTATES LOT 021, BAL DUE 2010
$175.91
SCHWARTZ, PATRÌCÌA M, 1992
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY929284V
PRAÌRÌE ACRES ESTATES LOT 042,
BAL DUE 2010 $281.87
SÌMON, DUSTÌN, 1984 DETROÌTER
VÌN: MNDH04D30328621A PRAÌRÌE
ACRES ESTATES LOT 0085, BAL DUE
2010 $109.96
SÌMON, KEVÌN, 1977 SKYLÌNE VÌN:
01590573K PRAÌRÌE ACRES ESTATES
LOT 086, BAL DUE 2010 $70.14
WÌLSON, PATRÌCÌA J, 1977 COLT
VÌN: 6294 PRAÌRÌE ACRES ESTATES
LOT 0010, BAL DUE 2010 $94.39
2N-08E SEC 31, PLATTED
TRÌ-CÌTY ASSOC % S, PARCEL OF
LAND 80 X 131 LOCATED ÌN TRACT K
OF S1/2NE1/4SE1/4; TRACT K OF
S1/2NE1/4SE1/4 LESS A PARCEL 80' X
131' & LESS LOT H1 & LOT H2; LOT 2
REVÌSED OF TRACT A OF FEÌGEL
SUB #1, BAL DUE 2010 $75,500.12
2N-08E SEC 32, PLATTED
UNLÌMÌTED STORAGE, N170' OF
S313.96' OF LOT 2, BAL DUE 2010
$4,976.87
ACRE TRACT
HAÌGHT, DARLENE C, LOT 3 OF
SUBD OF LOT 11-12, BAL DUE 2010
$928.06
AIRPORT
TARA ALYSS LLC, BLK 27; ALL LESS
LOT H1, BAL DUE 2010 $1,770.13
TARA ALYSS LLC, BLK 28; LOT A OF
BLOCK 28; LOT B OF BLOCK 28, BAL
DUE 2010 $536.36
YELLOW ROBE SR, GLENFERD,
BLK 6R; ALL, BAL DUE 2010 $6,268.02
TARA ALYSS LLC, BLK 25R; ALL,
BAL DUE 2010 $777.28
TARA ALYSS LLC, BLK 26R; ALL,
BAL DUE 2010 $6,228.32
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ALADDIN HEIGHTS SUB
FREÌMARK, OLÌVER A, BLK 1; LOT
1; LOT 2, BAL DUE 2010 $2,584.93
BORDEN & GABBS LPÌ, BLK 2; LOT
1; LOT 2 LESS TOWER RÌDGE 2;LOT 3
LESS TOWER RÌDGE 2, BAL DUE 2010
$1,386.66
ASPEN COUNTRY ESTA, BLK 3;
1979 TOWN HOUSE VÌN: 5512TH2CK;
LOT 1-3, BAL DUE 2010 $13,919.37
ARROWHEAD ESTATES
PRÌCE, THOMAS E, LOT 6 OF
TRACT A & 1/26 ÌNTEREST ÌN COM-
MON AREA LESS ROW, BAL DUE 2010
$1,099.21
AUBURN HILLS SUB
DOECK LLC, BLK 3; LOT 1, BAL DUE
2010 $627.95
AUTUMN HILLS SUB
ANDERSON, JEFFREY D, BLK 1;
LOT 1R, BAL DUE 2010 $1,419.43
BECKMAN
BURRESS/TROMBETTA, VERN,
BLK 2; LOT BR, BAL DUE 2010
$2,862.36
BELLEVIEW CONDOMINIUMS
BUCHANAN, CAROLEE H, UNÌT C,
BUÌLDÌNG 1 PHASE 1, GARAGE 4 &
1/24 ÌNT COMMON AREAS, BAL DUE
2010 $814.49
BIG SKY SUB
OYLER, CLÌNTON M, BLK 4; LOT 12,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,438.45
SMÌTH, TONJA M, BLK 18; LOT 10B,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,103.16
BARCLAY, BRADLAY W, BLK 19;
LOT 6, BAL DUE 2010 $1,395.77
BLACK HILLS CENTER
EAGLE RÌDGE PROPER, BLK 1; LOT
2A, BAL DUE 2010 $9,079.79
BLAKES ADDN
BÌNTNER, NÌCHOLAS R, BLK 8; LOT
9-11, BAL DUE 2010 $1,450.89
OUBRE, ÌSABELLE C, BLK 8; LOT 3-
5, BAL DUE 2010 $219.66
HAWKÌNS, OWEN T, BLK 9; LOT 20-
21 & W20' OF LOT 22, BAL DUE 2010
$227.71
MCELROY, DANÌEL H, BLK 11; LOT
6-7, BAL DUE 2010 $1,099.69
TULOWETZKE, THOMAS J, BLK 11;
LOT 13-14, BAL DUE 2010 $1,092.17
BLAKES ADDN #2
SPÌZZÌRRÌ PROPERTÌ, BLK 18; LOT
16-18; W1/2 OF LOT 11 & ALL OF LOT
12-15, BAL DUE 2010 $7,877.76
BOULEVARD ADDN
ANDERSON, PAULA D, BLK 3; LOT
7-8, BAL DUE 2010 $1,565.34
ANDERSON DDS PC, KURT, BLK 5;
LOT 19-24, BAL DUE 2010 $13,570.74
CAPRÌLE, AMY E, BLK 8; LOT 5-6,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,055.43
RAÌNS, SEAN, BLK 10; LOT 17-18,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,344.50
KELLEY, FRANCÌS A, BLK 12; LOT
24, BAL DUE 2010 $1,278.42
WAGNER/ST PÌERRE, KEÌTH E, BLK
29; N70' OF LOT 16-18, BAL DUE 2010
$839.15
ELLÌOTT, RAY, BLK 36; W72.15' OF
N60' OF LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010
$2,194.88
MÌNER, MÌCHAEL C, BLK 39; N1/2
OF LOT 13-16, BAL DUE 2010
$1,718.41
BRADSKY
ADUDDELL, DONALD M, BLK 12;
1989 CHALLENGER VÌN: 2708C
CHERRY AVENUE MOBÌLE HOME
PARK (RC) LOT 022 BAL DUE 2010
$146.10
ATHERTON, JESSÌCA R, BLK 12;
1979 DETROÌTER VÌN:
MNDH04D17910111A CHERRY
AVENUE MOBÌLE HOME PARK (RC)
LOT 001, BAL DUE 2010 $128.33
DAÌL, DAWN M, BLK 12; 1994
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY9411849V , BAL
DUE 2010 $304.77
FARRELL, BEN D, BLK 12; 1981
COMMODORE VÌN: KF2407A CHERRY
AVENUE MOBÌLE HOME PARK (RC)
LOT 021 , BAL DUE 2010 $75.00
REGAN, JENNÌFER, BLK 12; 2005
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY0528116V CHER-
RY AVENUE MOBÌLE HOME PARK
(RC) LOT 0030, BAL DUE 2010 $758.63
UNDERHÌLL, LEEANN L, BLK 12;
1999 ATLANTÌC VÌN: 47993210863
CHERRY AVENUE MOBÌLE HOME
PARK (RC) LOT 0035, BAL DUE 2010
$451.56
BREWER
KÌNSELLA, JUDÌTH A, LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2010 $3,146.66
BROOKDALE
ALBERS, CORY, 1988 SCHULT VÌN:
RF233205 BROOKDALE ESTATES
(RAPÌD CÌTY) LOT 147, BAL DUE 2010
$232.02
CHÌPPS, LAMUAR, 1985 CHAMPÌON
VÌN: 0553291660 BROOKDALE
ESTATES (RAPÌD CÌTY) LOT 051, BAL
DUE 2010 $236.18
EMERY, LANCE W, 1995 HÌGHLAND
VÌN: HJ4937 BROOKDALE ESTATES
(RAPÌD CÌTY) LOT 117, BAL DUE 2010
$210.37
JACKSON, MARY J, 1987 SCHULT
VÌN: RF215551 BROOKDALE ESTATES
(RAPÌD CÌTY) LOT 136, BAL DUE 2010
$275.66
JUMNONGNART, UNGSANA, 1981
SCHULT VÌN: 173324 BROOKDALE
ESTATES (RAPÌD CÌTY) LOT 150, BAL
DUE 2010 $178.00
KNÌGHT, CHRÌS, 1994 FRÌENDSHÌP
VÌN: MY9412214ABV BROOKDALE
ESTATES (RAPÌD CÌTY) LOT 018, BAL
DUE 2010 $770.24
LOVE, JUDY L, 1982 FOREST PARK
VÌN: M60F0539 BROOKDALE
ESTATES (RAPÌD CÌTY) LOT 26, BAL
DUE 2010 $144.48
MÌCHAEL, MARK A, 1989 FRÌEND-
SHÌP VÌN: MY896634V BROOKDALE
ESTATES (RAPÌD CÌTY) LOT 167, BAL
DUE 2010 $227.85
OCHSNER, DONA M, 1998 HÌGH-
LAND VÌN: HM7691 BROOKDALE
ESTATES (RAPÌD CÌTY) LOT 196, BAL
DUE 2010 $267.16
PAULSEN, JESSE P, 1996 ATLANTÌC
VÌN: 47965726713 BROOKDALE
ESTATES (RAPÌD CÌTY) LOT 027, BAL
DUE 2010 $268.16
WÌLSON, WÌLLÌAM, 1999 ATLANTÌC
VÌN: 47993210466 BROOKDALE
ESTATES (RAPÌD CÌTY) LOT 0178, BAL
DUE 2010 $606.72
BROOKFIELD SUB
COLHOFF/MORRÌSON, JEREMY J,
BLK 6; LOT 2, BAL DUE 2010 $1,161.52
BROOKSIDE
MEFFORD, RÌCHARD L, BLK 1; LOT
12, BAL DUE 2010 $1,746.72
BROOKSIDE #4
JONES, DAVÌD B, BLK 8; LOT 14,
BAL DUE 2010 $3,393.59
CANYON LAKE HEIGHTS SEC 16
SPÌZZÌRRÌ, PETER M, LOT 6R OF
TRACT 2, BAL DUE 2010 $2,330.37
CANYON LAKE HEIGHTS SEC 9
KULESZA, ELÌZABETH, BLK 13; LOT
2 & 1/2 VACATED FALLS DR (ALSO ÌN
1N-7E SEC 16), BAL DUE 2010
$3,842.92
CANYON VIEW SUB
PACKARD, ALLÌS L, BLK 2; LOT 10,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,316.83
CATRON CROSSING SUB
OTS ÌNC, BLK 1; LOT 1A, BAL DUE
2010 $71.00
OTS ÌNC, BLK 2; LOT 9, BAL DUE
2010 $1,251.40
OTS ÌNC, BLK 4; LOT 5, BAL DUE 2010
$752.63
CEDAR CANYON
OWENS, JOEL L, LOT 17, BAL DUE
2010 $2,375.67
CENTURY PARK SUB
KASKÌ, JAMES C, BLK 1; LOT 5; LOT
6, BAL DUE 2010 $7,130.33
CHALKSTONE CONDOMINIUMS
JPS ÌNVESTMENTS LL, UNÌT K &
1/12 ÌNTEREST ÌN COMMON AREAS ,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,196.96
CHAPEL LANE VILLAGE
MAURER, DELORÌS, BLK 2; LOT B
OF LOT 22TH, BAL DUE 2010
$1,621.84
CHMH SUB
BÌES, BRÌAN, BLK 1; 1988 FRÌEND-
SHÌP VÌN: MY885604V, BAL DUE 2010
$239.85
GUDERJAHN, DANÌEL C, BLK 5;
LOT 12, BAL DUE 2010 $3,173.82
MACLÌN, LORÌ D, BLK 9; LOT 8, BAL
DUE 2010 $3,518.05
DTH LLC, BLK 10; LOT 5; LOT 7, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,333.17
CLOVERDALE
VERHULST, SÌDNEY F, BLK 1; LOT
1, BAL DUE 2010 $1,392.79
KNAPP, JOHNÌE V, BLK 5; LOT 3,
BAL DUE 2010 $751.40
COPPERFIELD SUB
OSBORNE, DONALD L, BLK 3; LOT
25, BAL DUE 2010 $1,197.03
COPPERFIELD VISTAS SUB
COPPERFÌELD VÌSTAS, BLK 1; LOT
16; LOT A, BAL DUE 2010 $693.57
COTTONWOODS, THE
CUAL LLC, BLK 3; LOT A, BAL DUE
2010 $1,747.82
MAAS, LAURA A, BLK 3; LOT 33-35,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,843.70
WÌPF/GRABOWSKA, DELORES D,
BLK 4; LOT 27-29, BAL DUE 2010
$184.95
CLARKE, MÌCHAEL C, BLK 5; W125'
OF LOT 19-20, BAL DUE 2010 $729.32
MCDERMOTT, SHÌRLEY F, BLK 10;
LOT 1-3 & W5' OF LOT 4, BAL DUE
2010 $2,938.85
COUNTRY CLUB HEIGHTS
JACOBS/FRASÌER, STEVEN Q, BLK
2; LOT 9, BAL DUE 2010 $2,766.54
DAKOTA RIDGE SUB
RAPÌD CÌTY DEFENSE, BLK 3; LOT
22, BAL DUE 2010 $1,422.27
RAPÌD CÌTY DEFENSE, BLK 4; LOT
6, BAL DUE 2010 $1,371.57
RAPÌD CÌTY DEFENSE, BLK 5; LOT
48, BAL DUE 2010 $3,065.62
DAKOTA SUBD #1
BLACK BEAR % SHARO, HELEN,
LOT 72, BAL DUE 2010 $295.43
FAST WOLF, ANDREA M, LOT 71 &
N1/2 VAC ALLEY ADJ SAÌD LOT, BAL
DUE 2010 $295.45
GERRY SR, RÌCHARD, LOT 21, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,205.26
JONES % PAMELA HÌG, ANTHONY
A, LOT 33, BAL DUE 2010 $800.42
MONTGOMERY, CECELÌA A, LOT
74, BAL DUE 2010 $508.74
ROACH, NORMAN C, LOT 51 & N1/2
VAC ALLEY ADJ SAÌD LOT, BAL DUE
2010 $1,085.15
SJODÌN, RONALD R, LOT 77 & N1/2
VAC ALLEY ADJ SAÌD LOT, BAL DUE
2010 $471.00
TRÌPLE J CONSTRUCT, LOT 44, BAL
DUE 2010 $339.08
WRÌGHT, ANGELA L, LOT 11, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,625.52
WRÌGHT (MONTGOMERY, SHARON
M, LOT 73 & N1/2 VAC ALLEY ADJ
SAÌD LOT, BAL DUE 2010 $618.66
DENMAN'S
BAYSÌNGER, BARBARA J, BLK 3;
LOT 6-10; W15' OF LOT 4 & ALL OF
LOT 5, BAL DUE 2010 $4,659.89
MCCRAW, JOHNNY K, BLK 6; W1/2
OF LOT 15 & ALL OF LOT 16, BAL DUE
2010 $1,024.88
EAST MALL BUSINESS
CENTER SUB
AKERS, ROBERT W, BLK 1; LOT 1
LESS LOT H1, BAL DUE 2010
$18,623.24
EASTRIDGE ESTATES SUB
K1 CONSTRUCTÌON ÌN, BLK 4; LOT
19, BAL DUE 2010 $877.32
EASTRIDGE SUB
LÌNHOLM/NELSON, CRAÌG N, LOT
2B, 2010 $.00 Special Assessment
$1,965.59
FAIRMONT BOULEVARD
SULLÌVAN, KELLY N, LOT 9A, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,187.94
FAIRWAY HILLS PRD
FÌRST MORTGAGE, BONDHOLDER,
LOT 3B LESS LOT H1, BAL DUE 2010
$4,456.95
ODDO, PAUL G, LOT 7; LOT 11, BAL
DUE 2010 $4,063.92
FAY TRACT
ZACHARÌAS, JEROME C, FAY
TRACT AND LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010
$8,007.46
FEIGELS ADDN
FLACK/BRAUN, SHAWN, BLK 7; LOT
B, BAL DUE 2010 $8,738.96
ASHLEY, JOHN, BLK 9; LOT 1-6, BAL
DUE 2010 $7,974.21
BOOMSMA, DAENE, BLK 11; W41/2'
OF LOT 3 & ALL OF LOT 4-6, BAL DUE
2010 $1,066.44
FEIGELS EAST
SL BUÌLDÌNGS LLC, BLK 8; LOT 2-9;
N1/2 VAC ALLEY ADJ TO SAÌD LOTS
LESS LOT H1 ÌN LOT 2-3; S1/2 VAC E
ST LOUÌS ST ADJ TO LOTS 3-9, BAL
DUE 2010 $5,559.41
FEIGELS SUB
LEWÌS, PAULA K, BLK 2; LOT A OF
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $1,475.01
FEIGELS WEST
LOCKNER, KEÌTH, 1994 CHAMPÌON
VÌN: 4794143N4134 PLEASANT
ACRES LOT 044, BAL DUE 2010
$235.70
WRÌGHT, LOÌS L, 1984 DETROÌTER
VÌN: MNDH04D21432191A PLEASANT
ACRES LOT 056, BAL DUE 2010
$267.35
FIVE STAR SUB
RUBLOFF RAPÌD CÌTY, LOT 1R, BAL
DUE 2010 $97,139.36
FLORMANN
CASEY, DENNÌS A, BLK 2; W57' OF
LOT 5; W87.5' OF LOT 6 & W118' OF
LOT 7, BAL DUE 2010 $1,444.69
PRÌCKETT, JR, GERALD D, BLK 2;
LOT 12-13 LESS E130', BAL DUE 2010
$726.58
CASEY, DENNÌS A, BLK 4; LOT 13N
OF LOT 13; LOT 13S OF LOT 13; N1/2
OF LOT 11-12, BAL DUE 2010
$1,609.18
DALY, ROCKY J, BLK 4; S70' OF LOT
7-8, BAL DUE 2010 $755.98
ANDERSON, JEFF D, BLK 11; E20'
OF LOT 24; ALL OF LOT 25 & W1/2 OF
LOT 26, BAL DUE 2010 $2,406.84
ADER, RÌLEY A, BLK 14; LOT 30-31,
BAL DUE 2010 $845.23
COTTÌER/MCDOUGALD, WÌLMA,
BLK 17; W1/2 OF LOT 14 & ALL OF LOT
15 , BAL DUE 2010 $946.73
TANÌER, KYLE, BLK 19; S13' OF LOT
24 & ALL OF LOT 25-26, 2010 $.00 Spe-
cial Assessment $291.31
MOORE, RANDAL L, BLK 24; LOT 6-
7, BAL DUE 2010 $1,897.70
THOMAS, JEREMY J, BLK 26; LOT
5-7, BAL DUE 2010 $1,411.55
VÌNTON, CONNÌE L, BLK 33; LOT 20-
21, BAL DUE 2010 $1,515.62
SOLANO, DANÌEL L, BLK 34; LOT 6-
7, BAL DUE 2010 $2,006.93
CASEY, DENNÌS A, BLK 36; LOT 1-4;
LOT 9-20, BAL DUE 2010 $4,610.03
FOREFATHER FLATS SUB
RAPÌD CENTER LLC, LOT 2 LESS
LOT H-13, BAL DUE 2010 $8,369.07
FOREST HILLS
SPERLÌNG ENTERPRÌS, LOT 2 OF
LOT G, BAL DUE 2010 $1,667.04
FOUNTAIN SPRINGS PARK SUB
SÌMPSON, FRANKLÌN O, BLK 2; LOT
5, BAL DUE 2010 $669.51
FRAVEL TRACT
FLORA, KAREN R, 1997 FOUR SEA-
SONS VÌN: WS300348 ORCHARD
ACRES MOBÌLE HOME CT LOT 009,
BAL DUE 2010 $392.31
GRAY, KYLE R, 1978 GALLA VÌN:
G2260 ORCHARD ACRES MOBÌLE
HOME CT LOT 0010, BAL DUE 2010
$143.31
KAPPENDAL, JEAN A, 1997 CHAM-
PÌON VÌN: 47976558498AB ORCHARD
ACRES MOBÌLE HOME CT LOT 003,
BAL DUE 2010 $694.47
NESS, TAMARA, 1984 ATLANTÌC
VÌN: 4744937344 ORCHARD ACRES
MOBÌLE HOME CT LOT 017, BAL DUE
2010 $298.35
FREESON SUB
PECK, BRÌAN H, LOT 4, BAL DUE
2010 $1,091.33
GRANDVIEW TRACT
ERZ, DENNÌS E, BLK 3; LOT 4, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,467.53
STATON, DANÌEL W, BLK 3; LOT 2C,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,444.66
STATON,TRUSTEE-MUT, DANÌEL W,
BLK 3; WELL LOT, BAL DUE 2010
$25.79
GREEN ACRES
FENENGA ÌNVESTMENT, BLK 3;
LOT 22-24 & 1/2 VACATED ALLEY, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,413.09
HALL SUB
C & J PROPERTÌES L, BLK 1; LOT 23
& E30' OF LOT 22, BAL DUE 2010
$1,789.64
PEMBROKE, MARY A, BLK 3; LOT 9-
10, BAL DUE 2010 $913.86
BÌRD, KEN T, BLK 4; LOT 29-30, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,175.85
SCHMÌDT, CALVÌN W, BLK 11; LOT
25 LESS E6.7', BAL DUE 2010 $6.63
HAMPDEN HILL TOWNHOMES
WEBER, MARK D, PHASE ÌV - BLDG
1 UNÌT A & 1/54 ÌNTEREST ÌN COM-
MON AREAS, BAL DUE 2010 $1,827.03
HARMONY HEIGHTS
MUELLER, DEAN A, TRACT 3 LESS
RTY, BAL DUE 2010 $1,763.30
BUTLER JR, ROBERT W, BLK 1;
RESERVOÌR LOT, BAL DUE 2010 $6.16
HERRINGBONE
FURCHNER, MARY A, 1977 GLEN
VÌN: GW9386 COUNTRYSÌDE MOBÌLE
ESTATES (RC) LOT 309, BAL DUE 2010
$32.32
HEÌDRÌCH, HARRY, 1980 CHAMPÌ-
ON VÌN: 0503386688 COUNTRYSÌDE
MOBÌLE ESTATES (RC) LOT 253, BAL
DUE 2010 $78.25
LARSH, JOHN C, 1987 SCHULT VÌN:
P218238 COUNTRYSÌDE MOBÌLE
ESTATES (RC) LOT 343, BAL DUE 2010
$188.14
NOVAK, JOSEPHÌNE, 1990
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 470365N1251 COUN-
TRYSÌDE MOBÌLE ESTATES (RC) LOT
280, BAL DUE 2010 $420.85
PAPPAS, TOSH, 1983 TÌTAN VÌN:
2238176476 COUNTRYSÌDE MOBÌLE
ESTATES (RC) LOT 230, BAL DUE 2010
$178.00
HIGH PLACE
BORCHERT, CHARLENE M, LOT 17,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,983.49
RÌCHEY, JOSEPHÌNE, LOT 43, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,260.69
HILLCREST ADDN #2
PLM ÌNVESTMENTS LL, LOT A-C OF
TRACT N, BAL DUE 2010 $3,898.83
HILLSVIEW SUB
NÌELSEN, ROYAL N, LOT 15
REVÌSED; LOT 17, BAL DUE 2010
$16,932.67
RÌCHARDS, FRANCÌS A, 1983 RED-
MAN VÌN: 10237177, BAL DUE 2010
$153.25
I-90 HEARTLAND BUSINESS PARK
BY-PASS DEVELOPMEN, BLK 1;
LOT 6, BAL DUE 2010 $4,892.32
K-W SUB
BOYLE, FRANK P, LOT 3 OF LOT D,
BAL DUE 2010 $12,452.61
KEPP HEIGHTS SUB #2
HAFNER, DANÌEL J, LOT 1
REVÌSED, BAL DUE 2010 $9,722.53
KIRKWOOD CONDOMINIUMS
BEACH, LUCÌLLE M, UNÌT D & 12.5%
ÌNTEREST ÌN COMMON AREAS, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,541.90
KNOLLWOOD HEIGHTS
MCELROY, PAUL D, BLK 4; LOT 20,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,819.47 Special
Assessment $553.07
KNOLLWOOD HEIGHTS #2
EÌD, MARÌE E, BLK 8; LOT 15 LESS
SW1', BAL DUE 2010 $941.47
LAGRAND SUB
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, BLK 1; LOT 2
(ALSO ÌN SEC 28), BAL DUE 2010
$9,192.00
LAKEVIEW #3
RAY, MARVÌA L, LOT 15, BAL DUE
2010 $1,318.87
LEISURE ACRES
POWELL, CÌNDY L, LOT 44-46, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,000.62
LONG ACRE SQUARE
PALASKÌ, KEVÌN S, LOT C OF LOT 7,
BAL DUE 2010 $685.84
MAHONEY ADDN
POKORNEY DBA POKO, DOUGLAS
W, BLK 12; ALL, BAL DUE 2010
$4,704.05
HANDLEY, GARY L, BLK 43; E1/2
LESS N81/2', BAL DUE 2010 $1,194.00
STÌERWALT, JUANÌTA, BLK 85; LOT A,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,892.18
JOHNSON, BREÌA, BLK 93; LOT 4,
2010 $.00 Special Assessment $521.20
OLSEN, RYAN O, BLK 100; S55', BAL
DUE 2010 $439.56
MALLOW
PASSÌVE ÌNCOME LLC, BLK 5; LOT
11-12, BAL DUE 2010 $4,732.47
SWANSON, JAY Ì, BLK 9; LOT 21-23
LESS LOT H-1, BAL DUE 2010 $802.53
MALLRIDGE SUB
ABRAHAM, STEVEN, BLK 1; LOT 7,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,008.51
MESSERLÌ, MARK P, BLK 1; LOT 9,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,885.74
SMÌTH, CYNTHÌA A, BLK 2; LOT 3,
BAL DUE 2010 $810.55
DAY, GLENDA L, BLK 3; LOT 17, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,039.01
SCHAUB, RODNEY, BLK 8; LOT 20,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,116.82
MALLRIDGE SUB #2
AHNER, RODNEY A, BLK 1; LOT 8,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,043.21
CRAWFORD, WADE C, BLK 1; LOT
2, BAL DUE 2010 $853.92
CORRÌGAN, ALLEN M, BLK 8; LOT
14, BAL DUE 2010 $1,732.18
MARCOE HEIGHTS #1
GAGER, LÌSA, BLK 2; LOT 29, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,235.65
DEBOER, STEWART B, BLK 3; LOT
19, BAL DUE 2010 $2,205.71
MARSHALL HEIGHTS TRACT
CHRÌSTOPHER HOLDÌN, LOT 2 OF
LOT K2-C, BAL DUE 2010 $2,668.69
CHURCH OF GOD OF P, LOT A REV
OF LOT M-3R, BAL DUE 2010
$6,369.90
MARSHALL SUB
GRAHAM, JUDÌTH A, 1998
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 47981049679 HÌEB
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 006, BAL
DUE 2010 $612.41
MÌTCHELL, MARK J, LOT 5 OF LOT
6 (EASEMENT), BAL DUE 2010
$2,268.76
NÌELSEN, ROYAL N, S293' OF LOT
6, BAL DUE 2010 $980.67
STUMP, NANCY L, 2000 SCHULT
VÌN: R293376AB, BAL DUE 2010
$444.60
MCMAHON SUB
DTH LLC, LOT A OF TRACT E-3R,
BAL DUE 2010 $940.56
FONTENOT, STEPHEN G, LOT 2 OF
TRACT A, BAL DUE 2010 $308.75
MEADOWLARK HILLS SUB
ANDERSEN, TAMMY, 1991 SCHULT
VÌN: R242733 MEADOWLARK MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 290, BAL DUE 2010
$272.16
ANDERSON, LYLE, 1999 LÌBERTY
VÌN: 06L29843 MEADOWLARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 242, BAL
DUE 2010 $511.37
BROOKENS, CLARÌSSE A, 1994
SCHULT VÌN: R263306AB MEAD-
OWLARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
135, BAL DUE 2010 $435.39
COLE, LARRY G, 1988 GUERDON
VÌN: GDGENE148813726 MEAD-
OWLARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
78, BAL DUE 2010 $264.10
DAMMANN, GERALD D, 1997 CHÌEF
VÌN: NEB79A26634 MEADOWLARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 65, BAL
DUE 2010 $462.89
DÌAZ, ZORHAÌDA, 1995 HÌGHLAND
VÌN: HJ5132 MEADOWLARK MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 6, BAL DUE 2010
$414.39
DOTSON, LÌSA M, 1982 FLEET-
WOOD VÌN: ÌDFL1AC20136137 MEAD-
OWLARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
55, BAL DUE 2010 $141.27
EDELMAN, KEVÌN D, 1984 DETROÌ-
TER VÌN: MNDH04D32328831A MEAD-
OWLARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
123, BAL DUE 2010 $256.95
EXUM, SUSAN R, 1997 HÌGHLAND
VÌN: HL6895 MEADOWLARK MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 41, BAL DUE 2010
$382.06
GABERT, MÌCHAEL L, 2001 SHARLO
VÌN: NEB10A28371S MEADOWLARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 231, BAL
DUE 2010 $294.16
HALVORSON, GARY A, 1989 CEHO
VÌN: MY896350V MEADOWLARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 121, BAL
DUE 2010 $110.54
HOELLEÌN, WÌLLÌAM R, 1979 AMER-
ÌCAN VÌN: KSDH08A08916481A MEAD-
OWLARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
3, BAL DUE 2010 $152.58
HOWE, TAMMY, 1996 FRÌENDSHÌP
VÌN: MY9615559V MEADOWLARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 294, BAL
DUE 2010 $335.22
JANSEN, ARLOW, 1979 WÌNDSOR
VÌN: ZWK75144552 MEADOWLARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 24, BAL
DUE 2010 $121.87
JOHNSON, ALÌSSA N, 1992 SHARLO
VÌN: 29A20233S MEADOWLARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 48, BAL
DUE 2010 $286.06
JOHNSON, LÌSA K, 1986 SCHULT
VÌN: 215138 MEADOWLARK MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 18, BAL DUE 2010
$217.48
KASSUBE, ALEXANDER, 1977
GUERDON VÌN: GDMASD19772500
MEADOWLARK MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT 64, BAL DUE 2010 $113.58
KOSTANESKÌ, MARK H, 1993
CHAMPÌON VÌN: 4793573N3857
MEADOWLARK MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT 225, BAL DUE 2010
$144.30
LEACH, MANDY, 1994 CHAMPÌON
VÌN: 05940508232 MEADOWLARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 212, BAL
DUE 2010 $493.87
MOORE, DOUGLAS, 1999 CHAMPÌ-
ON VÌN: 059903204008 MEAD-
OWLARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
310, BAL DUE 2010 $606.72
MORGAN, DAVÌD A, 1999 BELAÌRE
VÌN: NEB99B01659 MEADOWLARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 91, BAL
DUE 2010 $342.27
MULLER, DAVÌD D, 1980 SHARLO
VÌN: 7996 MEADOWLARK MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 21, BAL DUE 2010
$110.56
MULLER, ROBERT, 1977 DETROÌ-
TER VÌN: MNDH04D3161131A MEAD-
OWLARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
314, BAL DUE 2010 $73.37
PENÌSKA, LAVONNE, 1990 CHAMPÌ-
ON VÌN: 0508684796 MEADOWLARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 29, BAL
DUE 2010 $243.06
POUND, DONNA, 1979 BENDÌX VÌN:
KC1136A MEADOWLARK MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 43D, BAL DUE
2010 $129.94
RÌSHEA, LORRAÌNE L, 1987
DETROÌTER VÌN: MNHM8600551A
MEADOWLARK MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT 77, BAL DUE 2010
$204.31
ROSALES, RÌCHARD, 1999 CHAM-
PÌON VÌN: 059935703856 MEAD-
OWLARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
180, BAL DUE 2010 $678.82
ROW, MARK K, 1997 ATLANTÌC VÌN:
47975727784 MEADOWLARK MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 309, BAL DUE 2010
$425.72
RUCH, JUDY, 1984 COLT VÌN: 9254
MEADOWLARK MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT 188, BAL DUE 2010
$171.98
SORENSEN, DORLENE J, 1994
CHAMPÌON VÌN: 05945627676 MEAD-
OWLARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
152, BAL DUE 2010 $254.39
TRASTER, BRUCE A, 1999 REDMAN
VÌN: 11258400 MEADOWLARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 147, BAL
DUE 2010 $585.30
VÌGÌL, DÌON, 2002 ATLANTÌC VÌN:
4702R2603953 MEADOWLARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 322, BAL
DUE 2010 $197.95
WELLS, CONNÌE J, 1999 PATRÌOT
VÌN: PAT23660ÌN MEADOWLARK
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 197, BAL
DUE 2010 $227.91
WHEELER, KRÌSTÌE A, 1998 FOUR
SEASONS VÌN: FH102688 MEAD-
OWLARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
208, BAL DUE 2010 $202.67
WOODS, JOHNNY, 1983 BRÌGHTON
MANOR VÌN: 10237044 MEAD-
OWLARK MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
143, BAL DUE 2010 $89.10
MEADOWS SUB, THE
YELLOW JERSEY CONS, BLK 9;
LOT 4, BAL DUE 2010 $3,809.61
MELODY ACRES
BROWN, DOUGLAS H, LOT 3F; LOT
3G, BAL DUE 2010 $382.48
MELODY ACRES #2
BURTON, BÌLLY W, 1977 TÌTAN VÌN:
3794, BAL DUE 2010 $70.25
CROWN, DARRYL, 1997 LÌBERTY
VÌN: 06L28620XU TERRA MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 0036, BAL DUE
2010 $583.20
ÌVEY, PAMELA S, 1997 ATLANTÌC
VÌN: 47978548266AB TERRA MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 0024, BAL DUE
2010 $466.34
JOHNSON, SCOTT P, 1977 DETROÌ-
TER VÌN: MNDH04D4171471A, BAL
DUE 2010 $139.21
PECK, DEBRA L, 1984 CHAMPÌON
VÌN: 0543290614 TERRA MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 017, BAL DUE 2010
$144.96
PECKHAM, JUSTÌN W, 1996 BADG-
ER VÌN: 1SL00072 TERRA MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 004, BAL DUE 2010
$465.99
PERRY, RÌCHARD C, 1996 CHAMPÌ-
ON VÌN: 005961160155AB, BAL DUE
2010 $312.54
ROHRER, DAVÌD T, LOT 18, BAL DUE
2010 $263.40
SÌMONSON, RORY, 1996 CHAMPÌ-
ON VÌN: 005965330123, BAL DUE 2010
$347.47
TEAL, HERBERT G, LOT 5, BAL DUE
2010 $263.40
MIDLAND SUB
DERBY, MARGARET, BLL ON LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2010 $92.79
MILLARD
BLACKMON, EDWARD J, BLK 3;
LOT 13-14, BAL DUE 2010 $743.82
DUNN, THOMAS, BLK 7; LOT 12-13,
BAL DUE 2010 $815.82
ALLMAN, ROBERT D, BLK 10; LOT
5-8, BAL DUE 2010 $1,047.03
PRAÌRÌE CHÌCKEN, CHRÌSTÌNE,
BLK 11; LOT 33-34, BAL DUE 2010
$1,030.78
WATERSON, ROLAND L, BLK 12;
LOT 12-13, 2010 $.00 Special Assess-
ment $496.24
MINNESOTA RIDGE SUB
SCHAEFER, MONTY L, LOT 7, BAL
DUE 2010 $3,775.02
MINNEWASTA
EDWÌNE, LOTTÌE C, BLK 4; LOT 5,
2010 $.00 Special Assessment $999.42
MIRACLE PINES
KULESZA, CHARLES D, LOT 2A OF
LOT 2 & LOT 3, BAL DUE 2010
$4,057.85
MORGANS
BOOMSMA, DAENE C, BLK 2; N46'8"
OF LOT 16-19 DESÌGNATED AS LOT C,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,141.23
MCCORMACK, MARSHA F, BLK 2;
LOT 14-15, BAL DUE 2010 $1,477.91
MORNINGSIDE
JONES. JACKÌE RAY, BLK 3; LOT 2,
BAL DUE 2010 $3,518.67
MOUNTAIN SPRINGS
CRAÌG, KALEEN K, LOT B OF LOT 3
OF BLOCK 2 OF TRACT BR, BAL DUE
2010 $1,098.43
JOHNSEN, RONALD P, LOT B OF
LOT 2 OF BLOCK 3 OF TRACT BR, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,912.11
MUNDERLOH
SUNDBY, ROBERT T, BLK 1; LOT C
OF BLOCK 1 OF LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010
$4,304.18
EWART, MÌCHAEL D, BLK A; LOT 6
OF LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $2,070.20
TESCH, TERRY W, BLK A; LOT C OF
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $1,714.39
NEEDLES SUB
BLUE OCEAN LLC, TRACT B, BAL
DUE 2010 $25,453.53
NEFF SUB V
SHOLES, TRACEY L, BLK 2; LOT 4,
2010 $.00 Special Assessment $408.74
NORTH RAPID
DACHTLER, BECKY R, BLK 2; LOT
29-30, BAL DUE 2010 $1,520.48
SPRY, THERESA A, BLK 3; LOT 5-6,
BAL DUE 2010 $880.75
WELLS, CHRÌS, BLK 3; LOT 11-12,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,870.68
PETTERS, LAWRENCE, BLK 5; E1/2
OF LOT 17-21 & S15' OF E1/2 OF LOT
22, BAL DUE 2010 $1,203.56
JACKSON, PATRÌCÌA K, BLK 6; LOT
1-2, BAL DUE 2010 $1,652.99
MEYERS (1ST PREMÌE, PATRÌCÌA,
BLK 13; E70' OF LOT 30-32, BAL DUE
2010 $1,269.96
KLÌNE, BRUCE A, BLK 17; LOT 14-
15, BAL DUE 2010 $1,198.86
LAROCHE, HOWARD J, BLK 19; LOT
4-5, BAL DUE 2010 $1,930.93
NAPÌER/ECKERSON, MÌCHAEL W,
BLK 20; LOT 8-10, BAL DUE 2010
$1,292.45
SPEAR, DAVÌD M, BLK 20; LOT 26-
27, BAL DUE 2010 $943.51
BAUMEÌSTER, LAVERN W, BLK 21;
LOT 20-21, BAL DUE 2010 $1,457.44
FÌELD, ÌRVÌNG P, BLK 22; N22' OF
LOT 31 & ALL OF LOT 32 , BAL DUE
2010 $1,674.01
FAHEY JR, MÌCHAEL, BLK 28; LOT
21-22, BAL DUE 2010 $584.60
SWANSON, KÌNGSLEY, BLK 30; LOT
12-13 & S1/2 OF LOT 14, BAL DUE
2010 $695.14
MOORE, RANDAL L, BLK 31; E1/2
OF LOT 8-11; W1/2 OF LOT 8-11, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,195.23
SULÌVERES, ROSE M, BLK 33; LOT
5-7, BAL DUE 2010 $495.80
FÌELD, ÌRVÌNG, BLK 34; LOT 3-5,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,567.27
NORTH RAPID #2
FOOTE, DARLA M, BLK 46; LOT 5-6
LESS LOT H1, BAL DUE 2010
$1,746.72
FOOTE, RONALD, BLK 46; LOT 4
LESS LOT H1, BAL DUE 2010 $139.58
LEÌBOWÌTZ, HOWARD, BLK 46; E50'
OF LOT 16-18, BAL DUE 2010 $931.36
MULLER, DONALD S, BLK 47; LOT
8-9, BAL DUE 2010 $439.86
YELLOW BOY/GONZALE, DUSTÌN,
BLK 48; LOT A, BAL DUE 2010 $858.67
ANTÌJUNTÌ, DOREEN, BLK 60; LOT
17-18, BAL DUE 2010 $1,067.94
PETERS, SANDRA Y, BLK 75; E1/2
OF LOT 11-14, BAL DUE 2010
$1,244.11
NORTH SIDE ADDN
BRODERÌCK JR, RÌCHARD H, BLK
11; S50' OF LOT 11-14, BAL DUE 2010
$501.43
NORTHERN HEIGHTS
EAGLE TAÌL, FREDERÌCK, 1979
BONNAVÌLLE VÌN: 97A8826 RÌDGE
STONE MOBÌLE HOME COURT (RC)
LOT 51, BAL DUE 2010 $173.83
WALKER, DUSTÌN, 1977 BONNAVÌL-
LA VÌN: 77A6668 RÌDGE STONE
MOBÌLE HOME COURT (RC) LOT 31,
BAL DUE 2010 $115.64
HARTUNG, JEREMÌAH L, BLK 1;
LOT 3, BAL DUE 2010 $395.91
BENBO, TANA, BLK 8; LOT 20, BAL
DUE 2010 $938.33
FRYBERGER, JEFFREY F, BLK 8;
LOT 2, BAL DUE 2010 $1,150.48
POWERS, JAMES W, BLK 11; LOT 6
OF TRACT P OF TRACT F, BAL DUE
2010 $1,842.10
NORTHRIDGE SUB
ANDERSON, THOMAS G, BLK 1;
LOT 7, BAL DUE 2010 $252.94
GRASS, JEFFREY B, BLK 1; 1994
MEDALLÌON VÌN: 4362M, BAL DUE
2010 $377.22
PETTERS, LAWRENCE, BLK 1; 1978
SKYLÌNE DELUXE VÌN: 01560172L;
LOT 22, BAL DUE 2010 $733.24
REULAND, DORÌS, BLK 1; 1979
SHARLO VÌN: 7222LR, BAL DUE 2010
$207.54
SHOTS WÌTH ARROW, KEVÌN, BLK
1; 1997 LEXÌNGTON VÌN:
2T300497JAB, BAL DUE 2010 $690.76
NEWCOMB, GARY, BLK 3; 1989
MEDALLÌON VÌN: 2643C, BAL DUE
2010 $205.91
BLÌNDERT, ELÌZABETH, BLK 4; 1994
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 4794155N4868; LOT 9,
BAL DUE 2010 $629.91
BRÌLEY, NÌCOLE J, BLK 6; 1997
HÌGHLAND VÌN: HL6641, BAL DUE
2010 $367.54
ENGLEBERT, SARAH, BLK 9; LOT 5,
BAL DUE 2010 $244.26
ENGLEBERT, TOM, BLK 9; 1993
SCHULT VÌN: R255175, BAL DUE 2010
$141.16
BOWMAN, KEVÌN, BLK 10; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2010 $715.61
BOWMAN, RUBY R, BLK 10; 1995
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY9514591ABV,
BAL DUE 2010 $345.43
NORTHSTAR SUB
T-M HOLDÌNGS LLC, BLK 1; LOT 4,
BAL DUE 2010 $11,646.31
NOWLIN & WOOD
HENK, CHARLA J, BLK 23; LOT A,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,180.32
NOWLIN & WOOD REPLAT
DESARRO, JOSEPH, BLK 31; LOT
4, BAL DUE 2010 $788.47
GOBLE, ROBERT G, BLK 34; LOT
33, BAL DUE 2010 $904.04
BURNETTE, EARL, BLK 35; LOT 18,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,436.41
OLDFIELD, H E SUB
ALLMAN, STACY L, BLK 2; 1984
PÌNESTEAD VÌN: N02097V WHEEL
ESTATES (RC) LOT 110, BAL DUE 2010
$202.93
BERHNS, MÌCHAEL L, BLK 2; 1981
HOLLY PARK VÌN: M606121 WHEEL
ESTATES (RC) LOT 117, BAL DUE 2010
$250.70
DRESSLER, D G, BLK 2; 2000
PATRÌOT VÌN: PAT24669ÌN WHEEL
ESTATES (RC) LOT 0169, BAL DUE
2010 $718.32
MARVÌN, TERRY W, BLK 2; 1977
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 4777222327 WHEEL
ESTATES (RC) LOT 118, BAL DUE 2010
$66.89
TÌMMERMAN, TERRÌ L, BLK 2; 1978
GREAT LAKES VÌN:
GDMASD01782677 WHEEL ESTATES
(RC) LOT 129, BAL DUE 2010 $167.58
TUCKER, PAUL, BLK 2; 1996
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 47964746399 WHEEL
ESTATES (RC) LOT 109, BAL DUE 2010
$349.74
ORIGINAL TOWN OF RAPID CITY
RANKÌN, GEORGE Q, BLK 1; LOT
13-16 & VAC ALLEY, 2010 $.00 Special
Assessment $354.09
DTH LLC, BLK 83; LOT 15-16, BAL
DUE 2010 $6,994.01
LAKOTA BUÌLDÌNG LL, BLK 84; LOT
17-18 & N55' OF LOT 19-21 (ORDÌ-
NANCE #2025), 2010 $.00 Special
Assessment $1,488.63
BROWNÌNG, MÌLT, BLK 110; LOT 6-7,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,454.21
SNEDEKER/AYLWARD, RÌCHARD J,
BLK 111; LOT 20 & W18'9" OF LOT 21,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,133.25
DEÌLY, NORMA L, BLK 116; N90' OF
LOT 1-4, BAL DUE 2010 $227.70
TÌREY, JOSEPH G, BLK 119; LOT 1-
2, BAL DUE 2010 $1,030.78
RATHBUN, TERRANCE S, BLK 122;
LOT 10-12 & N1/2 VAC ALLEY S & ADJ
TO SAÌD LOTS, BAL DUE 2010
$3,917.09
AMERSON, GEORGE, BLK 127; LOT
25-28; LOT 29-32, BAL DUE 2010
$965.19
OWEN MANN
FENENGA ÌNVESTMENT, BLK 1;
LOT 10A; LOT 12; LOT 13 LESS LOT
H3; LOT 14 LESS LOT H2; LOT 15
LESS LOT H2; LOT 16 LESS LOT H2;
VACATED KÌNNEY CT ADJACENT TO
SAÌD LOTS, BAL DUE 2010 $24,414.48
LEWÌS, PAULA K, BLK 3; LOT C; LOT
D; LOT E; LOT F, BAL DUE 2010
$1,764.37
PARADISE VALLEY
HAGEL, DANÌEL J, BLK 4; LOT 14,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,024.29
PARK ADDN
PERRY, LUTHER A, BLK 4; LOT 3-4,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,313.76
PARK HILL
ADAMS/LASSLE, ANGEL M, BLK 5;
LOT 4, BAL DUE 2010 $1,524.32
PARK MEADOWS SUB
MARTÌN, CORY, BLK 4; LOT 5, BAL
DUE 2010 $835.76
PARKRIDGE VILLAGE
RÌNEARD, ERÌC B, BLK 2; LOT 21,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,701.89
BOLDT, MARÌE A, BLK 3; LOT 21,
BAL DUE 2010 $3,004.12
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HASAN, ABUL R, BLK 3; LOT 22, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,564.54
PARKRIDGE VILLAGE #2
WESTERN MANAGEMENT, BLK 2;
LOT F OF LOT 3, BAL DUE 2010
$835.76
PINE VIEW TERRACE
KELLY, RYAN L, LOT M OF LOT 3,
BAL DUE 2010 $5,827.47
PLEASANT VALLEY
WELCH, RAY R, BLK 1; LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2010 $626.76
BENSON, CHARLES S, BLK 5; LOT
14, BAL DUE 2010 $1,100.78
PLM SUB
BALDERRAMOS, KRÌSTY A, BLK 1;
LOT 31, BAL DUE 2010 $714.40
HATLELÌ, RYAN, BLK 1; LOT 2A, BAL
DUE 2010 $4,098.27
PLUM TREE SUB
LOBDELL, CLARA B, LOT B OF LOT
3; LOT C OF LOT 3, BAL DUE 2010
$3,957.50
RADIO TOWERS
ENGESSER, RUSSELL H, BLK 1; E2'
OF LOT 1 LESS LOT H1; E2' OFS1/2
OF LOT 2; VAC ALLEY ADJ TO LOTS
LESS LOT H1, BAL DUE 2010 $128.23
RAINBOW RIDGE SUB
DTH LLC, BLK 2; LOT 27; LOT 31;
LOT 32; LOT 33; LOT CL, BAL DUE
2010 $2,879.98
RAPID VALLEY SUB
VOSS, JOHN L, BLK 2; LOT 9 & S1/2
OF LOT 8, BAL DUE 2010 $1,343.54
RED RIDGE RANCH
BUNTROCK-GRAZÌANO-, WELL
LOT, BAL DUE 2010 $10.90
RED ROCK ESTATES
LEBERKNÌGHT, MÌKE, BLK 8; LOT 4,
BAL DUE 2010 $5,385.79
BUNTROCK-GRAZÌANO-, BLK 9;
LOT 6 (GOLF COURSE), BAL DUE
2010 $264.12
RED ROCK DEVELOPME, BLK 14;
LOT 6, BAL DUE 2010 $815.83
BUNTROCK-GRAZÌANO-, BLK 22;
LOT 7; LOT 8, BAL DUE 2010 $1,428.80
BUNTROCK-GRAZÌANO-, BLK 23;
LOT 2, BAL DUE 2010 $714.40
RED ROCK ESTATES PHASE II
BALOUN, THOMAS W, BLK 7; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2010 $917.23
RICHLAND ESTATES SUB
BRUNSSEN, RANDY, 1996 SHARLO
ÌÌ VÌN: NEB69A25479S RÌCHLAND
PARK MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES LOT
047, BAL DUE 2010 $331.97
EBERLY, G V, 1994 SHARLO VÌN:
NEB49A23115S RÌCHLAND PARK
MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES LOT 086,
BAL DUE 2010 $312.58
ELK, NATHAN, 2003 REDMAN VÌN:
11265513 RÌCHLAND PARK MOBÌLE
HOME ESTATES LOT 0126, BAL DUE
2010 $563.07
FAKAN, SANDRA M, 1995 SHARLO
VÌN: NEB69A24544S RÌCHLAND PARK
MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES LOT 045,
BAL DUE 2010 $400.35
FRÌCKEL, DENNÌS H, 1986
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 476134N8401 RÌCH-
LAND PARK MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES
LOT 026, BAL DUE 2010 $146.10
HAMLÌNG, MARK, 2000 REDMAN
VÌN: 11260831 RÌCHLAND PARK
MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES LOT 0060,
BAL DUE 2010 $264.19
HANSEN, JASON L, 1985 COM-
MODORE VÌN: KJ04053A RÌCHLAND
PARK MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES LOT
036, BAL DUE 2010 $225.79
JENSEN, COLBY, 1979 SCHULT VÌN:
163711 RÌCHLAND PARK MOBÌLE
HOME ESTATES LOT 0110, BAL DUE
2010 $188.37
JONES, DEBBÌE, 1988 SCHULT VÌN:
RF233336 RÌCHLAND PARK MOBÌLE
HOME ESTATES LOT 121, BAL DUE
2010 $308.91
MALONE, TODD, 1985 NEW MOON
VÌN: 11515078 RÌCHLAND PARK
MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES LOT 057,
BAL DUE 2010 $182.14
MCKÌCHAN, LÌSA A, 1994 CLÌFTON
VÌN: 05940668222 RÌCHLAND PARK
MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES LOT 082,
BAL DUE 2010 $304.50
MEÌS, ANDREA E, 1994 CENTURY VÌN:
MY9491296AB RÌCHLAND PARK
MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES LOT 090,
BAL DUE 2010 $520.89
MOONEY, RONNÌE, 2005 REDMAN
VÌN: 11268756 RÌCHLAND PARK
MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES LOT 0061,
BAL DUE 2010 $671.34
MUNOZ, JESSÌCA, 1995 MARSH-
FÌELD VÌN: 067881 RÌCHLAND PARK
MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES LOT 113,
BAL DUE 2010 $336.83
SCHLOSSER, JACKÌE A, 1988
FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: MY885708V RÌCH-
LAND PARK MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES
LOT 079, BAL DUE 2010 $159.04
SÌEBERT, RÌCHARD A, 1989 MEDAL-
LÌON VÌN: 2604C RÌCHLAND PARK
MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES LOT 116,
BAL DUE 2010 $304.77
SPANN, PAMELA, 1981 DETROÌTER
VÌN: MNDH04D25121441A RÌCHLAND
PARK MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES LOT
040, BAL DUE 2010 $184.18
TRÌCKEY, JAMES, 1993 COLT VÌN:
39A21920S RÌCHLAND PARK MOBÌLE
HOME ESTATES LOT 081, BAL DUE
2010 $167.19
WYLEZÌK, RÌCHARD, 1985
ATLANTÌC VÌN: 4759358193 RÌCH-
LAND PARK MOBÌLE HOME ESTATES
LOT 012, BAL DUE 2010 $136.41
YOUNG, RAVEN D, 1983 SCHULT
VÌN: 191306 RÌCHLAND PARK MOBÌLE
HOME ESTATES LOT 077, BAL DUE
2010 $159.06
RICHLAND ESTATES SUBD
CONSECO FÌNANCE, TRACT 1, BAL
DUE 2003 $344.38
ROBBINSDALE
JENNÌGES, VALENTÌNE, BLK 2; LOT
8, BAL DUE 2010 $1,454.21
ABDO, JUDÌTH M, BLK 5; LOT 19,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,341.08
SUTTERER, CAROL A, BLK 5; LOT
1, BAL DUE 2010 $1,354.00
ROBBINSDALE # 6
HÌBEN, ERÌC C, BLK 3; LOT 6, BAL
DUE 2010 $898.10
WAGNER, JACKÌE D, BLK 8; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,672.39
ROBBINSDALE # 7
TRUSTY, JOSEPH A, BLK 1; LOT 3,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,497.85
LETCHER, CHERYL D, BLK 2; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2010 $812.92
OLSON, CONNÌE R, BLK 4; LOT 8,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,556.04
PEOPLES, MÌNERVA R, BLK 6; LOT
22, BAL DUE 2010 $2,110.38
FRÌSKE, JOHN H, BLK 13; LOT 27,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,124.92
FRENCH, DANÌEL J, BLK 16; LOT 24,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,262.47
RÌCHARDSON, WÌLLÌAM W, BLK 22;
LOT 8, BAL DUE 2010 $1,197.01
ROBBINSDALE # 8
SCHEVECK, CAROL L, BLK 11; LOT
22, BAL DUE 2010 $2,787.54
WÌKERT LÌVÌNG TRUS, LORÌ, BLK
11; LOT 27, BAL DUE 2010 $1,293.24
ROBBINSDALE # 9
ENGLUND, JUSTÌN, BLK 2; LOT 12
REV, BAL DUE 2010 $2,331.78
ROBBINSDALE #10
GLÌSSENDORF, DENNÌS M, BLK 9;
LOT 9 OF TRACT A, BAL DUE 2010
$2,782.71
ROBBINSDALE TERRACE
WÌNGER, MARK M, BLK 6; LOT 8,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,338.28
ROBBINSDALE TERRACE #2
WÌLLÌAMS, JACKÌE L, BLK 3; LOT 16,
BAL DUE 2010 $945.42
CAMERON, VERONÌCA L, BLK 4;
LOT 18, BAL DUE 2010 $670.16
ROUNDS, C D
LOOYENGA, PAUL, BLK 1; S1/2W1/2
OF LOT 5 & S1/2E1/2 OF LOT 6, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,542.33
RTA ADDN
GRÌFFÌN FAMÌLY LLC, LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2010 $18,704.36
RUSHMORE CENTER
HDRK PROPERTÌES LL, TRACT C;
W1/2 VAC RÌLEY ST & N1/2 VAC ALLEY
ADJ TO SAÌD TRACT C, BAL DUE 2010
$31,906.20
SANDSTONE RIDGE
CONDOMINIUMS
BENENSON, CHARLES SUNÌT #211
& .007937% UND ÌNT ÌN COMMON
AREA; UNÌT #318 & .007937% UND ÌNT
ÌN COMMON AREA; UNÌT #328 &
.007937% UND ÌNT ÌN COMMON
AREA, BAL DUE 2010 $6,217.56
EDWARDS MANAGEMENT, MAR-
GARET M, UNÌT #304 & .007937% UND
ÌNT ÌN COMMON AREA, BAL DUE 2010
$1,247.84
THOMPSON, DORÌS B, UNÌT #302 &
.007937% UND ÌNT ÌN COMMON
AREA, BAL DUE 2010 $2,105.53
SCHAMBER SEC 4 SE 1/4 SE 1/4
KALÌSS PROPERTÌES, LOT 2 OF
LOT 7, BAL DUE 2010 $704.26
SCHAMBER SEC 9 NW 1/4 NE 1/4
MESTAD, CRAÌG, BLK 6; LOT 11,
BAL DUE 2010 $2,275.92
SCHAMBER SEC 9 NW 1/4 NW 1/4
OWENS/PATE, JERRY L, LOT B OF
TRACT A OF LOT 2 & LOT 3 OF TRACT
A & ALL OF TRACT B, BAL DUE 2010
$2,499.88
SCHNASSE
ANDERSON, RALPH J, BLK 2; W33'
OF LOT 2 & E1/2 OF LOT 3, BAL DUE
2010 $1,433.19
BOOMSMA, DAENE C, BLK 8; LOT
7; LOT 5-6, BAL DUE 2010 $2,540.19
BURMEÌSTER, TRÌNA, BLK 9; LOT
7, BAL DUE 2010 $452.48
COOK, MARK W, BLK 9; LOT 8 &
E1/2 OF LOT 9, BAL DUE 2010
$2,431.77
LÌBERTY ÌNVESTMENT, BLK 14;
LOT 8-10 LESS DEDÌCATED ALLEY,
BAL DUE 2010 $3,222.39
CRAWFORD, THOMAS, BLK 15; LOT
15, BAL DUE 2010 $190.09
SCOTTS
FERGUSON, SHÌRLEY A, BLK 16;
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $257.67
WÌLSEY, LARRY, BLK 16; LOT 10-11,
BAL DUE 2010 $316.20
KLÌNE, RONALD J, BLK 17; LOT 13-
14, BAL DUE 2010 $733.95
MONNOT, JR, ROY E, BLK 21; LOT
4, BAL DUE 2010 $1,610.91
SHERIDAN HEIGHTS
VÌNES, RÌCHARD S, BLK 3; LOT 14,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,686.97
SIGNAL HEIGHTS
WRÌGHT, DANA R, BLK 5; LOT 9,
BAL DUE 2010 $648.07
SIMMONS
HURD, ROBERT, BLK 5; LOT 1-9 &
W1/2 VAC ELM ST ADJ LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2010 $10,986.72
SIOUX PARK
SCHOON, RONALD L, BLK 3; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,041.65
PÌETTE, KYONG H, BLK 4; LOT 23,
BAL DUE 2010 $935.95
SKYVIEW NORTH SUB
ERÌCKSON, BRETT C, BLK 2; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2010 $7,408.17
KLAPPRODT, KEVÌN, BLK 2; LOT 3,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,209.81
SOUTH BELLEVIEW
STEÌNER SR, KENNETH F, LOT 2,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,155.56
SOUTH BOULEVARD
BEARDSLEY, PEGGY, BLK 1; LOT
19-20 LESS HWY RTY, BAL DUE 2010
$844.21
RAY, EARL J, BLK 3; LOT 1-2, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,115.88
KNÌGHT, THOMAS E, BLK 4; S70' OF
LOT 1-3, BAL DUE 2010 $714.33
WÌLSON FUNERAL HOM, BLK 4;
LOT 19-23, BAL DUE 2010 $9,078.08
ROBERTSON, JAMES M, BLK 8;
LOT 23-24, 2010 $.00 Special Assess-
ment $320.95
NELSON, TYLER R, BLK 9; LOT 1-2,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,115.00
COUNTRYWÌDE BANK F, BLK 10;
N1/2 OF LOT 1-4, 2010 $.00 Special
Assessment $253.92
SAMUELSON, CARL D, BLK 10; S1/2
OF LOT 1-4, 2010 $.00 Special Assess-
ment $256.70
BALL, EDYTHE A, BLK 12; LOT 26-
27, BAL DUE 2010 $673.59
STEÌNER SR, KENNETH F, BLK 24;
LOT 23-24, BAL DUE 2010 $953.75
SOUTH MEADOWWOOD
STEVENS, JAMES A, BLK 8; LOT 21,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,787.16
SMÌTH, MARY L, BLK 9; LOT 9, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,006.14
GARY, KÌRK P, BLK 11; LOT 4, BAL
DUE 2010 $827.90
SOUTH PARK
FÌRST PREMÌER BANK, BLK 1; LOT
13-14, BAL DUE 2010 $1,899.78
PLATON, ECATERÌNA, BLK 3; ALL
OF LOT 32 & W24' OF LOT 33, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,181.06
DOWNES, MÌCHAEL C, BLK 6; LOT
31-32, BAL DUE 2010 $1,549.54
WACHENDORF, TERRY J, BLK 11;
LOT 37-38, BAL DUE 2010 $1,979.45
SOUTH POINTE SUB
SHÌNABARGER, RÌCHARD D, BLK 2;
LOT 16, BAL DUE 2010 $3,984.17
WHÌLE ÌT LASTS LLC, BLK 2; LOT 4,
BAL DUE 2010 $3,468.78
MANDALAY HOMES LLC, BLK 3;
LOT 10; LOT 11, BAL DUE 2010
$1,754.64
SOUTH ROBBINSDALE
BRANDEBERRY, EMMA B, BLK 1;
LOT 17, BAL DUE 2010 $670.96
PENNEL, DANNETTE M, BLK 2; LOT
6, BAL DUE 2010 $1,478.46
STEÌNER SR, KENNETH F, BLK 2;
LOT 14, BAL DUE 2010 $958.82
NEAL, LEE J, BLK 5; LOT 3, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,151.24
WAGNER, SANDRA K, BLK 8; W23'
OF LOT 16 & E42' OF LOT 17 , BAL
DUE 2010 $943.05
DOW, DENNÌS J, BLK 13; E27' OF
LOT 6 & W35' OF LOT 7, BAL DUE 2010
$1,522.08
ANDERSEN, KRÌSTÌ L, BLK 14; LOT
4, 2010 $.00 Special Assessment
$445.26
EÌNREM, ELMER, BLK 14; LOT 5,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,501.06
BAUER, PETER H, BLK 15; LOT 9,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,761.26
SOUTH ROBBINSDALE #2
JACKSON, CHARLES E, BLK 2; LOT
11, BAL DUE 2010 $1,796.80
JASPER, KENNETH E, BLK 5; LOT 8,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,517.23
SPRINGBROOK ACRES
KELLY, DELORÌA D, BLK 2; LOT 8,
BAL DUE 2010 $4,576.64
LUND, WAYNE K, BLK 4; LOT 52,
BAL DUE 2010 $5,045.34
HENSLEY, ANTHONY J, BLK 6; 1985
DETROÌTER VÌN:
MNDH04B25536371A, BAL DUE 2010
$263.20
STANLEY TRACT
HOLLAND, JAMES B, LOT 17-18,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,068.46
STARLITE SUB
RAPÌD CENTER LLC, LOT 3, BAL
DUE 2010 $4,757.22
STONEY CREEK SUB
JCP LAND COMPANY Ì, BLK 5; LOT
7A, BAL DUE 2010 $1,625.47
STRATHAVON #3
MCDONALD, GREGORY M, BLK 1;
LOT 23, BAL DUE 2010 $1,075.55
OBERLÌTNER, JOHN W, BLK 1; LOT
25, BAL DUE 2010 $851.56
STRATHAVON ADDN REVISED 1952
MEXÌCAN, PATRÌCÌA M, BLK 2; S1/2
OF 13 & ALL OF LOT 14, BAL DUE 2010
$1,170.20
LLEWELLYN JR, EARL N, BLK 12;
LOT 13, BAL DUE 2010 $1,769.37
SUNDANCE RIDGE SUB
AL HAJ, QUSÌ R, BLK 1; LOT 1R; LOT
2, BAL DUE 2010 $3,808.95
SUNNYSIDE
BUFFALO, MÌCHAEL S, BLK 31; LOT
31-32, BAL DUE 2010 $816.86
SUNNYSIDE REPLAT
OLSON, THOMAS M, BLK 29; LOT
29-30; LOT 37-38, BAL DUE 2010
$3,414.68
SUNNYVALE
KÌRKPATRÌCK, RONALD L, BLK 1;
LOT 4 OF TRACT C, BAL DUE 2010
$1,355.29
SUNRISE HEIGHTS
EMERY, DAVÌD A, BLK 2; LOT 41,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,263.26
MADDOX, ANTHONY K, BLK 2; LOT
19, BAL DUE 2010 $1,265.63
TYLER KNUE SUB
GEÌSSLER, BETTY L, BLK 3; LOT
3B, BAL DUE 2010 $2,521.13
UNA DEL ACRES #2
TSÌTRÌAN, JOHN, LOT 23B, BAL
DUE 2010 $4,599.26
WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN CENTER
FOUNTAÌN SPRÌNGS L, TRACT C,
BAL DUE 2010 $41,160.22
WEST BOULEVARD
SORENSEN, NORMAN, BLK 10; LOT
7-9, BAL DUE 2010 $2,142.32
KECK/VOJTA, MATTHEW J, BLK 13;
S55' OF LOT 1-3, 2010 $.00 Special
Assessment $170.80
GOBLE, ROBERT, BLK 18; S45' OF
LOT 1-4 & S45' OF E20' OF LOT 5, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,096.06
BAKER, ROGER, BLK 38; E114.1' OF
LOT 21, BAL DUE 2010 $1,890.83
WESTVIEW ESTATES
DEAN KELLY CONSTRU, BLK 4; LOT
18, BAL DUE 2010 $1,018.64
WISE'S ADDN
CHÌHAK, ROBERT J, BLK 1; W5' OF
LOT 13; ALL OF LOT 14-15 & E3' OF
LOT 16, BAL DUE 2010 $1,854.05
SALWAY-JENSEN, BARBARA K, BLK
2; E3' OF LOT 19; ALL OF LOT 20-21 &
W1' OF LOT 22, BAL DUE 2010 $863.48
SUMRALL, MARK L, BLK 3; LOT 18-
19 LESS E8' OF LOT 19, BAL DUE 2010
$1,090.57
COSTELLO, JOSEPH K, BLK 9; E24'
OF LOT 22; ALL OF LOT 23 & W5' OF
LOT 24, BAL DUE 2010 $882.74
BRÌONES, FRANK R, BLK 14; LOT
16-17, BAL DUE 2010 $530.56
STEÌNER SR, KENNETH F, BLK 17;
LOT 9, BAL DUE 2010 $601.83
DÌCKEY, ROBERT, BLK 19; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,135.28
PALMÌER, JOAN V, BLK 20; E1/2 OF
LOT 12 & ALL OF LOT 13 , BAL DUE
2010 $432.77
WOODRIDGE
BROWNLOW, STEVEN P, LOT 64,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,927.74
SCHMÌDT/RÌVERA, KAREN M, LOT
82, BAL DUE 2010 $3,192.39
1N-08E SEC 03, UNPLATTED
ESTES, DOYLE D, GL 1 LESS ROW,
BAL DUE 2010 $104.67
2N-08E SEC 34, UNPLATTED
ENGESSER JR, RUSSELL H,
SE1/4NW1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $51.82
ENGESSER, JR, RUSSELL H,
NE1/4SE1/4; NW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE
2010 $840.97
1N-14E SEC 04, PLATTED
WASTA LÌVESTOCK %, TRACT A OF
SW1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $116.94
ORIGINAL TOWN OF WASTA
GRÌFFÌN, TÌMOTHY J, BLK 3; LOT 6-
7, BAL DUE 2010 $270.27
MALEN % JANETTE DO, MYRTLE Ì,
BLK 4; LOT 20, BAL DUE 2010 $23.70
MENG, RÌCHARD, BLK 6; 1996 CHÌÌ
VÌN: NEB69A24616S, BAL DUE 2010
$614.45
BURMEÌSTER, BURTON, BLK 10;
LOT 15-17, BAL DUE 2010 $1,097.40
1N-16E SEC 31, PLATTED
RODA, WAYNE, LOT C-R; LOT D-R,
BAL DUE 2010 $513.41
1S-16E SEC 05, UNPLATTED
DEAL, CRAÌG K, 2006 FRÌENDSHÌP
VÌN: MY0629164ABV HUSTEAD'S
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT, BAL DUE
2010 $864.21
HART, SLOAN K, 1978 SCHULT VÌN:
163128 HUSTEAD'S MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT R6L5, BAL DUE 2010
$155.91
WÌLLUWEÌT, WÌLL, 1993 BELLAV-
ÌSTA VÌN: 39A21287 HUSTEAD'S
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT R711, BAL
DUE 2010 $260.33
1S-16E SEC 06, PLATTED
T & M ÌNVESTMENTS, TRACT 1 OF
LOT A OF LOT 2-4 OF NE1/4SE1/4, BAL
DUE 2010 $3,980.02
HUSTEAD'S 3RD ADDN
CHRÌSTÌANSON PROPE, BLK 1;
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2010 $2,395.48
KNAPP'S 1ST ADDN
CARSON, NORMA, BLK 1; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2010 $438.06
DAKOTA REALTY ÌNC, BLK 1; LOT 7,
BAL DUE 2010 $801.74
JONES, BEULAH M, BLK 1; LOT 4,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,084.73
MULLER'S 1ST ADDN
KELLY, BROOKE, TRACT 1, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,194.61
ORIGINAL TOWN OF WALL
HH WEB SYSTEMS LLC, BLK 1;
W94' OF LOT 8, BAL DUE 2010 $870.53
JENSEN % WEST HÌLL, L M, BLK 1;
W50' OF S10' OF LOT 5, BAL DUE 2010
$6.72
SÌX A CORPORATÌON, BLK 3; LOT
16, BAL DUE 2010 $6,167.53
T AND M ÌNVESTMENT, BLK 3; LOT
14, BAL DUE 2010 $1,374.06
JOHNSON, LARON M, BLK 6; LOT 8,
BAL DUE 2010 $760.93
ESTRÌAN ÌNC, BLK 7; N1/2 OF LOT
LOT 17, BAL DUE 2010 $124.83
ESTRÌAN, ÌNC, BLK 7; LOT 13-16 &
S1/2 OF LOT 17, BAL DUE 2010
$6,547.87
1 NORTH 03E
SCHEÌL, TODD, SEC 26; 51.260
ACRE; S1/2SW1/4 LESS THAT PT OF
SW1/4SW1/4 LYÌNG N OF DEERFÌELD
RD; THAT PT OF SW1/4SE1/4 LYÌNG S
OF DEERFÌELD RD, BAL DUE 2010
$92.50
SCHEÌL, TODD, SEC 35; 120.000
ACRE; N1/2NW1/4; NW1/4NE1/4, BAL
DUE 2010 $178.00
1 NORTH 06E
WHÌTE HORSE, PATRÌCÌA, SEC 08;
2.028 ACRE; TRACT 0010 LESS LOT 1
OF REHWALDT SUBD, BAL DUE 2010
$150.56
LEE, THOMAS C, SEC 13; 0.350
ACRE; LOT 3 SUB-DÌV TRACTA
S1/2NE1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $74.21
1 NORTH 07E
CLEGHORN PARTNERS, SEC 07;
3.710 ACRE; LOT 1 OF SE1/4SE1/4,
BAL DUE 2010 $96.29
BRAUN, WAYNE L, SEC 18; 3.500
ACRE; LOT C OF NE1/4NW1/4, BAL
DUE 2010 $881.84
1 NORTH 08E
ANDERSON, WÌLLÌAM, SEC 01;
36.770 ACRE; NE1/4SE1/4 LESS KWA
SUB LESS LOT H-1 OF
S1/2NE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$3,192.32
KRUSE, RÌCK, SEC 09; 0.000 ACRE;
2000 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN:
MY0022618ABV, BAL DUE 2010
$914.42
MÌLLS, ROBERT J, SEC 09; 0.000
ACRE; 1995 CLÌFTON VÌN:
05953379465AB, BAL DUE 2010
$440.68
ROSANE, DEE, SEC 09; 0.000
ACRE; 1994 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN:
MY9412057V TRÌPLE R MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT, BAL DUE 2010 $266.29
SOULEK, RANDY P, SEC 09; 0.000
ACRE; 1980 BONNAVÌLLA VÌN:
08A10179 TRÌPLE R MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT , BAL DUE 2010 $141.29
SHOOP, JOEL, SEC 10; 0.320 ACRE;
LOT 17 OF LOT D OF NE1/4NW1/4,
BAL DUE 2010 $712.78
GREWELL, YVONNE, SEC 13; 0.000
ACRE; 1982 COMMODORE VÌN:
KG2575A, BAL DUE 2010 $172.37
ALLEN, THOMAS L, SEC 14; 0.000
ACRE; 1978 ATLANTÌC VÌN:
4787242634 COTTONWOOD GROVE
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 018, BAL
DUE 2010 $146.58
KAMMERER, PAMELA S, SEC 23;
39.000 ACRE; NW1/4SW1/4 LESS
ROW, BAL DUE 2010 $2,304.53 Special
Assessment $457.48
HAUBRÌCH, MARK, SEC 28; 0.000
ACRE; 1998 CHAMPÌON VÌN:
05984822732AB, BAL DUE 2010
$897.84
MORRÌS, BARBARA J, SEC 32;
0.000 ACRE; 1999 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN:
MY9919842ABV, BAL DUE 2010
$1,117.48
1 NORTH 09E
CASEY, DENNÌS A, SEC 19; 0.340
ACRE; LOT A ÌN THE SE1/4SE1/4;
UNPLATTED PT OF SE1/4SE1/4 N OF
HWY LESS LOT H2, BAL DUE 2010
$913.92
LEAL, DAVÌD M, SEC 19; 4.000
ACRE; LOT B-3 OF LOT B OF LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2010 $341.23
BROWN, WAYNE E, SEC 24; 0.000
ACRE; 2000 ATLANTÌC VÌN:
470008202129AB, BAL DUE 2010
$684.63
JUNDT, JEFRREY A, SEC 28; 0.000
ACRE; 1995 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN:
MY9514069V, BAL DUE 2010 $208.76
NESS, RODNEY R, SEC 29; 5.200
ACRE; LOT 1 OF SE1/4SE1/4; S 198'
OF NE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$139.03
LEUDKE, ANDREW E, SEC 34; 0.000
ACRE; 2001 CHÌEF VÌN:
NEB10A28885, BAL DUE 2010
$1,103.77
GREENTREE SERVÌCÌN, SEC 35;
0.000 ACRE; 1999 MARSHFÌELD VÌN:
92527AB, BAL DUE 2010 $833.11
1 NORTH 10E
ENGESSER, RUSSELL H, SEC 08;
360.000 ACRE; N1/2;
N1/2NW1/4SW1/4; N1/2NE1/4SW1/4,
BAL DUE 2010 $537.83
HÌLMER, SAMUEL D, SEC 17;
160.000 ACRE; NE1/4NE1/4;
NW1/4NE1/4; N1/2NW1/4, BAL DUE
2010 $252.28
HÌLMER, SAMUEL, SEC 19; 0.000
ACRE; 1988 SKYLÌNE VÌN:
27300281ABX, BAL DUE 2010 $245.21
HÌLMER, SAMUEL D, SEC 19;
160.000 ACRE; SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$1,061.91
1 NORTH 11E
KNECHT, KENNETH, SEC 02; 1.000
ACRE; 1 SQUARE ACRE ÌN SE COR-
NER OF NE1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$45.22
1 NORTH 17E
WOLF, GALLYN E, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1977 MARLETTE VÌN:
SAN70550AB; SW1/4 LESS ROW, BAL
DUE 2010 $809.72
2 NORTH 03E
CAROL A DELEO TRUS, CAROL A,
SEC 24; 0.000 ACRE; 1982 BONNAVÌL-
LA VÌN: 18A10588, BAL DUE 2010
$93.58
2 NORTH 05E
BOYLE, FRANK P, SEC 07; 1.090
ACRE; LOT L OF SW1/4SW1/4 , BAL
DUE 2010 $339.17
K W LÌNDSAY JR LLC, SEC 27;
14.980 ACRE; TRACT LAKE (ALSO ÌN
SEC 28), BAL DUE 2010 $3,264.04
ERÌCKSEN, RANDALL D, SEC 28;
8.550 ACRE; BAL NW1/4 WEST OF
HWY LESS LOT X & Y, BAL DUE 2010
$2,112.28
SAUNDERS, RÌCHARD, SEC 28;
1.100 ACRE; LOT D OF NE1/4NW1/4
AND SE1/4NW1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$1,500.56
2 NORTH 06E
MADÌSON ÌRREVOCABL, SEC 26;
6.980 ACRE; LOT 1 OF NE1/4NE1/4 ,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,660.76
2 NORTH 07E
CLÌFT, STEVE, SEC 08; 0.000 ACRE;
1983 TOWN HOUSE VÌN: N04442K
VALLEY VÌEW MOBÌLE HOME COURT
LOT 400X, BAL DUE 2010$170.52
ALLÌSON, HARLAND F, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 2002 HÌGHLAND VÌN:
HQ10289AB COBBLESTONE MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 0081, BAL DUE
2010 $480.64
BARART, HEATHER, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1978 DETROÌTER VÌN:
MNDH04D4972371A SUNNYSÌDE
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 009, BAL
DUE 2010 $79.06
BENNETT, JULÌE A, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1977 GREAT LAKES VÌN:
GDMASD30772563, BAL DUE 2010
$100.10
BRACKETT, CHARLES E, SEC 17;
5.750 ACRE; N175' & THE W250' OF
LOT D, BAL DUE 2010 $2,501.77
CAPPS, JERRY L, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1987 LÌBERTY VÌN: 05L22541
SUNNYSÌDE MOBÌLE HOME COURT
LOT 0084, BAL DUE 2010 $205.41
CARR, JENNÌFER E, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1995 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN:
MY9614922V B & J MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT 012, BAL DUE 2010
$258.81
COATES, DARYL T, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1992 HÌGHLAND VÌN: HG3139
COBBLESTONE MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT 0010, BAL DUE 2010
$341.47
COTTRELL, KYLE A, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1979 MARSHFÌELD VÌN: 42826
CÌMARRON PARK LOT 116, BAL DUE
2010 $107.77
CRAGLOW, CHARLENE, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1997 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN:
MY9717289V B & J MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT 041, BAL DUE 2010
$568.12
DUDASH SR, MÌCHAEL A, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1979 DETROÌTER VÌN:
MNDH04D33806351A CÌMARRON
PARK LOT 406, BAL DUE 2010 $129.12
FRANTZ, RÌCHARD W, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1993 TÌTAN VÌN:
2293438T1195AB COBBLESTONE
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 0012, BAL
DUE 2010 $287.76
GOULD, TERESA M, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1997 LÌBERTY VÌN: 18L00195
SUNNYSÌDE MOBÌLE HOME COURT
LOT 0073, BAL DUE 2010 $270.61
GRAY, HARLEY A, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 2000 HÌGHLAND VÌN: H09263
SUNNYSÌDE MOBÌLE HOME COURT
LOT 0094, BAL DUE 2010 $589.99
HERNANDEZ, DAVÌD C, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1977 REGAL VÌN: 2538
CÌMARRON PARK LOT 0204, BAL DUE
2010 $67.31
JENSEN, JOHN, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1979 VÌKÌNG VÌN: R11070669
SUNNYSÌDE MOBÌLE HOME COURT
LOT 078, BAL DUE 2010 $56.14
KARAGAN, HELEN B, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1995 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN:
MY9512993V SUNNYSÌDE MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 060, BAL DUE 2010
$149.99
KEÌPER, CÌNDY, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1993 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN:
MY9311024V B & J MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT 005, BAL DUE 2010
$208.48
KÌENZLE, VERN, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1979 COMMODORE VÌN:
KD1284A CÌMARRON PARK LOT 131,
BAL DUE 2010 $79.06
KÌMMEL, TRAVÌS T, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1979 BUDDY VÌN: 04560368M
CÌMARRON PARK LOT 407, BAL DUE
2010 $50.93
MAHADY, KÌMBERLY, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 2002 COLT VÌN:
0502D0207106AB COBBLESTONE
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 0011, BAL
DUE 2010 $348.08
AROTZ, ASHLEY N, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1983 MAGNOLÌA VÌN:
GDGENE398212495 CÌMARRON PARK
LOT 123, BAL DUE 2010 $152.00
NEUMÌLLER, LYNDA M, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 2004 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN:
MY0426657V B & J MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT 0016, BAL DUE 2010
$693.78
OAKS, MARTÌN E, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1978 ATLANTÌC VÌN:
4780312846 CÌMARRON PARK LOT
136, BAL DUE 2010 $40.50
ONE FEATHER, GLORÌA, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 2001 REDMAN VÌN:
137C3256, BAL DUE 2010 $929.96
PEDERSON, LÌSA M, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1994 ATLANTÌC VÌN:
4794703N4646 SUNNYSÌDE MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 068, BAL DUE 2010
$665.53
PULÌS, MELÌNDA L, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1994 DARBY VÌN: HÌ4859 B & J
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 023, BAL
DUE 2010 $132.85
RAUSCH, DARWÌN, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1996 CHAMPÌON VÌN:
05968680175 B & J MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT 055, BAL DUE 2010
$373.31
ROSE, DEBRA, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1977 BONNAVÌLLA VÌN:
77A6710 PONDEROSA MOBÌLE HOME
RANCH LOT 016, BAL DUE 2010
$63.48
SCHOMBERG, CAROL, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1982 KOZY VÌN: KG2762A
SUNNYSÌDE MOBÌLE HOME COURT
LOT 029, BAL DUE 2010 $152.00
SCHOOLEY, SHAWN, SEC 17 1994
ATLANTÌC VÌN:4794143N4234 B& J
MOBÌLE HÌME COURT LOT 0044 BAL
DUE $438.91
SCHUETZOW, PAULÌNE, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1996 SKYLÌNE VÌN:
04511803Ì COBBLESTONE MOBÌLE
HOME COURT LOT 0041, BAL DUE
2010 $389.20
SCHURMAN, TED, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1993 HÌGHLAND VÌN: HH3919 B
& J MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 030,
BAL DUE 2010 $195.65
SHERMAN, PAUL E, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1997 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN:
MY9717851V B & J MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT 047, BAL DUE 2010
$605.91
SHORT, RYAN, SEC 17; 0.000 ACRE;
1998 ATLANTÌC VÌN: 47981860118 B &
J MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 011, BAL
DUE 2010 $659.59
WHÌTE, JENNA F, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 2003 REDMAN VÌN: 11266282 B
& J MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 0015,
BAL DUE $501.47
ZÌMÌGA, CHARLES, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 2000 CHAMPÌON VÌN:
0500L7605254AB, BAL DUE 2010
$1,180.46
2 NORTH 08E
DAVEY, THOMAS J, SEC 16; 77.670
ACRE; W1/2SW1/4 LESS DAVEY SUB,
LESS 66' WÌDE STRÌP FOR RD & LESS
ROW, BAL DUE 2010 $343.74
ACEVEDO, JONATHEN, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1984 OAK MANOR VÌN:
GDGENE438312930 COUNTRY VÌL-
LAGE ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 0030,
BAL DUE 2010 $194.04
BREWER, RÌCHARD L, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1980 LÌNCOLN PARK VÌN:
LP101042 COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 079, BAL DUE
2010 $134.33
COGAN, GERALD E, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1985 SHARLO CUSTOM VÌN:
9722 COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 098, BAL DUE 2010
$109.77
COLPRÌT, KARÌN, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1996 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN:
MY9615826V COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 0013, BAL
DUE 2010 $458.87
COMEAU, CORY A, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1993 HÌGHLAND VÌN: HH3623
COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 022, BAL DUE 2010
$141.98
COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ES, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1982 WÌNDSOR VÌN:
ZWK75149142 COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 076; 1983
TÌTAN VÌN: 2238876834 COUNTRY
VÌLLAGE ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 049;
1984 NORTHLANDER VÌN: K13378AB
COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 091; 1991 FRÌENDSHÌP
VÌN: MY917907V COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 0112; 1994
HOMARK VÌN: MNHM9420351A COUN-
TRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES (NORTH) LOT
0055, BAL DUE 2010 $874.04
GRONLUND, JERROLD, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1981 FOREST PARK VÌN:
M60F193 COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 078, BAL DUE
2010 $146.89
GROSS, AMOS, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 2005 FOUR SEASONS VÌN:
FH104469 COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 0110, BAL
DUE 2010 $853.88
HALL, DENNÌS, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1977 MODULÌNE VÌN: 63515
COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 0039, BAL DUE 2010
$151.89
HANSEN, MEDA K, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1989 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN: 6628*
COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 102, BAL DUE 2010
$300.31
HORTON, CÌNDY, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1978 CENTRAL VÌN: GW9980
COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 032, BAL DUE 2010
$135.62
KOLASCH, LLOYD L, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1997 MARSHFÌELD VÌN:
91791AB COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 0072, BAL
DUE 2010 $649.66
MC FARLAND, FRED, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1989 SCHULT VÌN:
RF233786AB, BAL DUE 2010 $324.43
MÌLLER, BRANDY L, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1992 CHÌEF VÌN: 29A20554S
COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 043, BAL DUE 2010
$238.02
MURPHY, EDWARD R, SEC 17;
10.000 ACRE; E1/2W1/2NW1/4NW1/4,
BAL DUE 2010 $520.41
POTTER, VÌRGÌNÌA, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1977 DETROÌTER VÌN:
MNDH04D3361531A COUNTRY VÌL-
LAGE ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 068,
BAL DUE 2010 $74.64
PULÌS, TODD, SEC 17; 0.000 ACRE;
1998 FOUR SEASONS VÌN: FH102604
COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 048, BAL DUE 2010
$351.14
ROBÌNSON, WÌLLÌAM L, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1994 CLÌFTON VÌN:
05945758117 COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 040, BAL DUE
2010 $308.72
SETHER, SABRÌNA M, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1982 SHARLO VÌN: 8806
COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 038, BAL DUE 2010
$120.19
SOLANO, EUGENE, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1982 COMMODORE VÌN:
KG2850A COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 083, BAL DUE
2010 $148.48
WÌELANDER, TAMMY, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1989 CHAMPÌON VÌN:
229427T9483 COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 0033, BAL
DUE 2010 $349.10
WOLF, GARY R, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1986 CHAMPÌON VÌN:
0563291873 COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 023, BAL DUE
2010 $205.04
CLAUSEN, PETER W, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1979 BONNAVÌLLA VÌN:
97A8517 COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (SOUTH) LOT 030, BAL DUE
2010 $151.89
COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ES, SEC 20;
0.000 ACRE; 1978 ATLANTÌC VÌN:
4780352833 COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (SOUTH) LOT 059; 1978
KÌRKWOOD VÌN: GH10234157 COUN-
TRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES (SOUTH) LOT
057 , BAL DUE 2010 $277.35
DELAY, ELÌZABETH, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1999 CHÌEF VÌN: NEB99B01549
D & J MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 010,
BAL DUE 2010 $753.32
DOMÌNQUEZ, MARÌO, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 2006 FOUR SEASONS VÌN:
FH104703 COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (SOUTH) LOT 0064, BAL
DUE 2010 $731.30
ÌVEY, MARVA M, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1978 LANCER VÌN: TX319216
COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES
(SOUTH) LOT 058, BAL DUE 2010
$109.19
LECLAÌRE, PÌERRE, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1977 METAMORA VÌN:
4677931387 COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (SOUTH) LOT 61, BAL DUE
2010 $90.35
LOWER, JERALD D, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 2000 LÌBERTY VÌN:
06L30894XU, BAL DUE 2010 $1,172.81
MAX, HARRY, SEC 20; 0.000 ACRE;
2001 ATLANTÌC VÌN: 470135503125AB
D & J MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT
0024, BAL DUE 2010 $869.59
MOORE, RUSSELL, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1981 SCHULT VÌN: 173846;
E 1 / 2 E 1 / 2 N W 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 ;
W1/2W1/2NE1/4NW1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$2,734.75
ONEÌLL, PATSY, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1979 SCHULT VÌN: F163687
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(SOUTH) LOT 031LOT031, BAL DUE
2010 $147.83
PAGE, RÌCHARD E, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1983 CHAMPÌON VÌN:
243815S5680 COUNTRY VÌLLAGE
ESTATES (SOUTH) LOT 053, BAL DUE
2010 $118.62
ROACH, BRYON L, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1979 MEDALLÌON VÌN: 5049N
COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES
(SOUTH) LOT 0040, BAL DUE 2010
$180.31
SÌMON, BRUCE M, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1977 LONGMONT VÌN: 1828
COUNTRY VÌLLAGE ESTATES
(SOUTH) LOT 041, BAL DUE 2010
$101.06
TÌBBETTS, TREVOR L, SEC 20;
0.000 ACRE; 1991 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN:
8315 D & J MOBÌLE HOME COURT
LOT 0037, BALDUE 2010 231.16
WHÌTE GRANÌTE TRUS, SEC 20;
LOT B ÌN SW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$5,491.72
ENGESSER, RUSSELL H, SEC 35;
80.000 ACRE; NE1/4SW1/4;
SE1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $148.70
ENGESSER, JR, RUSSELL H, SEC
35; 40.000 ACRE; NW1/4SW1/4, BAL
DUE 2010 $71.41
2 NORTH 09E
BARBER, DEBRA S, SEC 08; 0.000
ACRE; 1993 HÌGHLAND VÌN: HH4002,
BAL DUE 2010 $334.93
AENNÌS LLC, SEC 08; 1.990 ACRE;
PT LOT S OF LOT XY LESS PT OF LOT
B, LESS LOT C, & LESS ROW, BAL
DUE 2010 $165.23
HÌTSCHEW, KENNETH, SEC 13;
0.000 ACRE; 1982 HOLLY PARK VÌN:
M606128, BAL DUE 2010 $234.48
HÌTSHEW, KENNETH A, SEC 13;
40.000 ACRE; NE1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE
2010 $174.83
2 NORTH 10E
LANTÌS, MARK A, SEC 16; 40.000
ACRE; NW1/4SW1/4; SW1/4SW1/4,
BAL DUE 2010 $272.92
MADSEN, KENNETH N, SEC 18;
115.530 ACRE; GL 2-4, BAL DUE 2010
$1,947.84
AKERS, ROBERT W, SEC 27; 40.000
ACRE; NE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$73.65
2 NORTH 11E
GÌMPEL, DOUGLAS G, SEC 30;
3.510 ACRE; THAT PT OF A 40 RODS X
40 RODS PARCEL ÌN THE E1/2SW1/4
LOCATED OUTSÌDE NEW UNDER-
WOOD CÌTY LÌMÌTS, BAL DUE 2010
$660.74
RÌCHTER/PRÌTZKAU, TYLER J, SEC
35; 48.770 ACRE; TRACT B OF N1/2,
BAL DUE 2010 $350.55
2 NORTH 16E
KAMMERER, MÌTCHELL, SEC 21;
0.000 ACRE; 2002 HÌGHLAND VÌN:
HQ10148AB, BAL DUE 2010 $767.68
3 NORTH 14E
JOHNSON FAMÌLY TRU, LARRY V,
SEC 35; 70.000 ACRE;
E 1 / 2 N W 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 ;
E1/2W1/2NW1/4NE1/4; SE1/4NE1/4,
BAL DUE 2010 $187.89
4 NORTH 16E
DENKE, KENNETH L, SEC 02;
647.400 ACRE; GL 3-7; GL 9-12; S1/2,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,556.23
DENKE, KENNETH L, SEC 03; 0.000
ACRE; 1994 HÌGHLAND VÌN:
HÌ4265AB; GL 1-12; S1/2 LESS
E1/2SE1/4SW1/4SW1/4NW1/4, BAL
DUE 2010 $2,544.23
DENKE, KENNETH L, SEC 04;
364.910 ACRE; GL 1-2; GL 7-10; SE1/4
LESS ROW, BAL DUE 2010 $928.24
DENKE, KENNETH L, SEC 10;
80.000 ACRE; N1/2NW1/4, BAL DUE
2010 $149.50
DENKE, KENNETH L, SEC 11;
80.000 ACRE; N1/2NE1/4, BAL DUE
2010 $121.64
5 NORTH 16E
DENKE, ERHART, SEC 08; 40.000
ACRE; NE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$47.76
DENKE, ERHART E, SEC 08;
200.000 ACRE; E1/2SW1/4;
SE1/4SE1/4; W1/2SE1/4, BAL DUE
2010 $123.58
DENKE, ERHART, SEC 09; 40.000
ACRE; NE1/4SE1/4; SW1/4NW1/4;
W1/2SW1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $268.32
DENKE, ERHART E, SEC 09;
160.000 ACRE; SE1/4NW1/4,
NE1/4SW1/4, NW1/4SE1/4,
SE1/4SE1/4; SE1/4SW1/4,
SW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $618.74
DENKE, ALÌCE M, SEC 10; 40.000
ACRE; NW1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$43.84
DENKE, ERHART E, SEC 10; 40.000
ACRE; SW1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$66.92
DENKE, ERHART E, SEC 15;
280.000 ACRE; W1/2NW1/4,
SE1/4NW1/4, SW1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$473.10
DENKE, ERHART E, SEC 16;
320.000 ACRE; N1/2, BAL DUE 2010
$731.38
DENKE, ERHART E, SEC 17;
360.000 ACRE; NE1/4, E1/2NW1/4,
N1/2SE1/4, SE1/4SE1/4; SW1/4SE1/4,
BAL DUE 2010 $503.51
DENKE, ERHART E, SEC 20;
160.000 ACRE; NE1/4; SE1/4, BAL DUE
2010 $611.04
DENKE, KENNETH L, SEC 26;
40.000 ACRE; SW1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE
2010 $47.76
DENKE, KENNETH L, SEC 27;
499.100 ACRE; S1/2NW1/4; TRACT B
OF N1/2NW1/4; TRACT B OF NE1/4;
S1/2, BAL DUE 2010 $745.80
DENKE, KENNETH L, SEC 28;
40.000 ACRE; ALL, BAL DUE 2010
$1505.33
DENKE, ERHART E, SEC 29; 40.000
ACRE; NE1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$87.08
DENKE, KENNETH L, SEC 33;
640.000 ACRE; ALL, BAL DUE 2010
$1,553.33
DENKE, KENNETH L, SEC 34;
640.000 ACRE; ALL, BAL DUE 2010
$1,363.21
DENKE, KENNETH L, SEC 35;
280.000 ACRE; NW1/4; N1/2SW1/4;
SW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $462.51
1 SOUTH 03E
HOBART, STEVEN M, SEC 16;
10.000 ACRE; W1/2W1/2SW1/4NE1/4,
BAL DUE 2010 $1,404.98
1 SOUTH 05E
FÌTTÌNG, MATTHEW, SEC 13; 0.000
ACRE; BLL OF N1/2 (LOT 77 BLUE
WÌNG RECREATÌON), BAL DUE 2010
$166.00
MASLACK % PEGGY SM, PATRÌCÌA,
SEC 13; 0.000 ACRE; BLL ON N1/2
(LOT 14 BLUE WÌNG RECREATÌON),
BAL DUE 2010 $19.00
EVANS, JUNE, SEC 14; 0.000 ACRE;
1993 CLÌFTON VÌN: 05935626952
GORDON GULCH MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT 004, BAL DUE 2010
$334.04
MÌÌLLER, GARY, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; BLL ON GL 15 (LOT 5 CHÌNA
GULCH GROUP), BAL DUE 2010
$679.53
PELTO, DONALD, SEC 21; 10.000
ACRE; SE1/4NW1/4NW1/4, BAL DUE
2010 $873.41
GRAHAM, JOYCE F, SEC 29; 2.650
ACRE; TRACT B OF E1/2SE1/4SW1/4,
BAL DUE 2010 $649.46
1 SOUTH 06E
PANKRATZ, DUANE, SEC 13; 1.130
ACRE; LOT K ÌN NW1/4SW1/4 , BAL
DUE 2010 $518.76
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, SEC 13;
21.000 ACRE; PT NW1/4SW1/4, & BAL-
ANCE OF LOT C OF NW1/4SW1/4 ALL
N OF HWY, BAL DUE 2010 $6,528.06
EBERLEÌN, RÌCHARD J, SEC 14;
0.380 ACRE; LOT A OF LOT 1 OF
SE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $1,214.88
DTH LLC, SEC 18; 0.000 ACRE; BLL OF
S1/2 (LOT 35 BLUE WÌNG RECRE-
ATÌON), BAL DUE 2010 $14.65
1 SOUTH 07E
AVÌLAMARTÌNEZ, GABRÌEL, SEC
03; 0.000 ACRE; 1998 FRÌENDSHÌP
VÌN: MY9818935ABV, BAL DUE 2010
$638.43
F/H SPRÌNG CREEK E, SEC 03;
4.380 ACRE; LOT 4 OF TRACT E OF
GOV'T LOT 2 OF NW1/4SE1/4,
NE1/4SW1/4 &; NE1/4SE1/4, TRACT D
OF NW1/4SE1/4 LESSLOT 1; TRACT B
OF GOV'T LOT 2, BAL DUE 2010
$28,815.84
FORST, ANDRE, SEC 03; 0.000
ACRE; 1978 CENTURY CLASSÌC VÌN:
CHCC016497 HAPPY HOLÌDAY
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 016, BAL
DUE 2010 $147.12
GRÌMM, ELAÌNE A, SEC 03; 0.000
ACRE; 1996 FRÌENDSHÌP VÌN:
MY9615964V HAPPY HOLÌDAY
MOBÌLE HOME COURT LOT 001, BAL
DUE 2010 $463.70
SCHWEPPE, ARÌC J, SEC 03; 0.000
ACRE; 1997 HÌGHLAND VÌN: HL7016
HAPPY HOLÌDAY MOBÌLE HOME
COURT LOT 0015, BAL DUE 2010
$292.06
WÌLLÌAMS SERRANO, LEAH J, SEC
03; 0.000 ACRE; 1996 SCHULT VÌN:
P274598, BAL DUE 2010 $359.52
GÌLLÌES, DARYL, SEC 16; 45.000
ACRE; NE1/4SW1/4NW1/4NE1/4;
N 1 / 2 S E 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 ;
N W 1 / 4 S W 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 ;
E 1 / 2 S W 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 ;
S E 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 ;
E 1 / 2 W 1 / 2 S E 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 ;
NE1/4SE1/4NE1/4 , BAL DUE 2010
$917.90
KÌEFFER, CLÌFFORD C, SEC 29;
0.000 ACRE; 1983 BELMONT VÌN:
GDGENE178312722AB, BAL DUE 2010
$520.39
1 SOUTH 09E
OMNÌ DEVELOPMENT Ì, SEC 02;
264.690 ACRE; GOV'T LOT 1 LESS .73
AC PLATTED ÌNTO HOOK J SUBD;
GOV'T LOT 2;, BAL DUE 2010
$1,395.03
MARTÌN, KEENAN, SEC 03; 0.000
ACRE; 1994 CHAMPÌON VÌN:
05948248235AB, BAL DUE 2010
$589.05
WELLS, MÌCHELLE, SEC 03; 0.000
ACRE; 1997 CHAMPÌON VÌN:
05975191031, BAL DUE 2010 $540.82
WELLS, WALLÌS, SEC 03; 10.000
ACRE; N1/2N1/2NE1/4SW1/4 , BAL
DUE 2010 $1,052.23
CLARKE, WALLÌE, SEC 04; 0.000
ACRE; 1992 LÌBERTY VÌN: 06L23261,
BAL DUE 2010 $268.10
1 SOUTH 16E
NAESCHER FAMÌLY LÌ, SEC 04;
39.810 ACRE; GL 4; SE1/4NW1/4;
S1/2NE1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $133.01
NAESCHER FAMÌLY LÌ, SEC 05;
16.240 ACRE; PT GL 1 LESS ROW, BAL
DUE 2010 $9.43
GREAT WESTERN CATT, SEC 06;
46.550 ACRE; GL 6 LESS RR ROW;
N1/2 GL 7; S1/2 GL 7, BAL DUE 2010
$97.48
RULAND, SHAUN, SEC 13; 0.000
ACRE; 1983 SCHULT VÌN: 191161, BAL
DUE 2010 $70.45
2 SOUTH 05E
KARÌM, REVOCABLE T, MANSOUR
L, SEC 02; 3.330 ACRE; LOT D & LOT E
OF E1/2SW1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE 2010
$3,729.71
2 SOUTH 13E
DACOTAH BANANKSEC 22; 78.000
ACRE; E1/2NW1/4 LESS ROW , BAL
DUE 2010 $962.79
2 SOUTH 17E
BARNETT, BRUCE, SEC 27; 0.000
ACRE; 2008 HÌGHLAND VÌN:
HW12261AB, BAL DUE 2010 $1,476.75
3 SOUTH 14E
WÌLDLANDS RESTORAT, SEC 10;
120.000 ACRE; E1/2NW1/4;
NE1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE 2010 $100.24
3 SOUTH 16E
PALMER % BETTY DOD, CHARLES
H, SEC 08; 160.000 ACRE; NE1/4, BAL
DUE 2010 $243.54
MINERAL SURVEY PROPERTY
MUÌLENBURG, MARK, MARY E
LODE, MS # 0000446, ALSO ÌN SEC-
TÌON 30, BAL DUE 2010 $1,051.17
BOTTJEN, TERRY L, WÌLSON
LODE, MS # 000065N THE SW COR-
NER, BAL DUE 2010 $161.13
UNÌTED STATES MÌNÌ, BEN BUTLER
LODE, MS # 0000726, ALL, BAL DUE
2010 $1,548.64
UNÌTED STATES MÌNÌ, BOB ÌNGER-
SOLL LODE, MS # 0000726, ALL, BAL
DUE 2010 $1,548.64
UNÌTED STATES MÌNÌ, H GREELEY
LODE, MS # 0000726, ALL, BAL DUE
2010 $1,548.62
MCNULTY/SODER, SEAN L, FLUME
LODE, MS # 0001111, S360', BAL DUE
2010 $381.27
TROWNSELL, ROBERT C, GLEN-
DALE #1 LODE, MS # 0001111, ALL,
BAL DUE 2010 $645.60
TROWNSELL, ROBERT C, GLEN-
DALE #2 LODE, MS # 0001111, ALL,
BAL DUE 2010 $737.20
TROWNSELL, ROBERT C, GLEN-
DALE #3 LODE, MS # 0001111, ALL
(ALSO ÌN SEC 14), BAL DUE 2010
$569.65
MCNULTY/SODER, SEAN L, HER-
MOSA #2 LODE, MS #, BAL DUE 2010
$2,038.53
TROWNSELL, ROBERT C, HER-
MOSA LODE, MS # 0001111, ALL (ALSO
ÌN SEC 14), BAL DUE 2010 $475.47
TROWNSELL, ROBERT C, PRESÌ-
DENT LODE, MS # 0001111, ALL, BAL
DUE 2010 $737.19
GOLD RUN CREEK LLC, MATT
PLACER, MS 1417 # 0001417, ALL
LESS GOLD R HOBART SUB (ALSO ÌN
SEC 5 & 9), BAL DUE 2010 $98.77
FERGUSON, CHELSEA D,
GUYETTE CONSL PLACER, MS 1489 #
0001489, LOT E, BAL DUE 2010
$942.88
WÌGHT, LEW, HOPE PLACER, MS #
0001653, PT OF HOPE PLACER, MS
#1653 AKA NW1/4SW1/4NW1/4, BAL
DUE 2010 $815.30
Published December 15, 2011, at the
total approximate cost of $1,912.68.
WALL SCHOOL BOARD
OF EDUCATION
REGULAR BOARD MEETING
UNAPPROVED MINUTES
NOVEMBER 9, 2011
The Board of Education of the Wall
School District #51-5 met in regular ses-
sion on Wednesday, November 9, 2011,
in the Library of Wall School. Members
present: Chairperson Eisenbraun, Vice-
Chairperson Johnson, Members Cordes,
Anderson, Williams, and Bielmaier. Also
attending were Superintendent/7-12
Principal Rieckman, Business Manager
Mohr, Elementary Principal Sykora,
Clancy Lytle, Kaden Eisenbraun, Rolly
Fortune, Bailey Lytle, Will Housman,
John Kinney, Eric Brunnemann, Angela
Lytle, Pandi Pittman, Dani Herring, Kai-
ley Rae Sawvell, Elsie Fortune, Jennifer
Emery, Cheyenne Deering, and Laurie
Hindman. Chairperson Eisenbraun
called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m.
All action taken in the following minutes
carried by unanimous vote unless other-
wise stated.
Business Manager Mohr took a roll call
of the board members. Member Trask
was absent.
The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
4621. Anderson moved to approve the
agenda. Seconded by Cordes. Motion
carried.
4622. Anderson moved to approve the
consent agenda as follows: Seconded
by Johnson. Motion carried.
·Approve minutes of October 12, 2011
board meeting.
·Approve November claims.
·Approve 2011-2012 activity con-
tracts: Ryan Dinger, Asst JH Boys Bas-
ketball Coach - $1,204.00; Molly Lytle,
Junior Class Advisor - $1,018.98; John
Hess, Head Girls Basketball Coach -
$2,728.00 plus additional $772.00; John
Hess, Head Boys Basketball Coach -
$2,728.00 plus additional $772.00; Dana
Luedeman, Basketball Cheerleading
Advisor - $1,053.50.
·Approve addendum for Mark
Ammann to lane BA+52 - $500.00
·STUDENT ACHÌEVEMENTS
Congratulations to the Cross Country
team on a great season and for placing
7th at State. Ìndividual State results are
as follows: Austin Huether: 7rd, Kale
Lytle: 22nd; Danny Muzik: 76th, and
Nathan Patterson: 90th. There were 15
teams entered with 114 runners.
Congratulations to Austin Huether for
his great performance in cross country
and being able to run at Myrtle Beach in
December.
Johnson thanked Will Housman for
being present to run the cameras for
Teen 19. Eisenbraun congratulated the
football team for making it to the Dome
for the State Championship.
GENERAL FUND
A & B WELDÌNG CO, WELDÌNG SUP-
PLÌES, 27.90; ARMSTRONG EXTÌN-
GUÌSHER, ANNUAL KÌTCHEN
ÌNSPEC., 192.86; ASBSD, SCHOOL
LAW WKSHP, 260.00; BAÌL, KELLY JO,
SEPT/OCT MLG, 265.22; BARNETT,
SHARON, OCT MLG, 16.28; CARTER,
ANGELA, OCT MLG, 216.38; CROWN
OÌL CO., DÌESEL FUEL #2, 1,852.25;
DAUKSAVAGE, REBECCA, OCT MLG,
159.69; DAYS ÌNN, ALL STATE CHO-
RUS ROOMS, 324.00; DE'S OÌL &
PROPANE, TANK RENT, 39.00;
ELWOOD, KRÌSTEN, SEPT/OCT MLG,
444.44; FAUSKE, TÌM OR ERÌN, OCT
MLG, 284.16; FÌRST ÌNTERSTATE
BANK, SUPPLÌES/TRAVEL, 2,256.36;
FLEET SERVÌCES, GAS, 129.57;
GOLDEN WEST TECHNOLOGÌES, MO.
PHONE MAÌNT, 393.18; HAMPTON
ÌNN, RMS FOR STATE XC, 246.00;
HEAVY DUTY BUS PARTS, ÌNC., BUS
PARTS, 110.52; ÌNGRAM HARDWARE,
WASP REFRÌGERATOR, 579.00; J.W.
PEPPER & SON, ÌNC., CHORUS SUP-
PLÌES, 151.09; JOSTENS, YEARBOOK,
1,325.36; KÌER, ASHLEY, OCT MLG,
195.36; LUEDEMAN, DANA, OCT MLG,
130.24; MARC. MAÌNT. SUPPLÌES,
946.71; MARCO, ÌNC., 9/30-10/29
COPÌER MAÌNT, 572.97; McCONNELL,
GWEN, OCT MLG, 201.28; NETWORK
SERVÌCES CO., MAÌNT. SUPPLÌES,
1,486.26; NORTH CENTRAL SUPPLY,
DOOR CLOSURE, 295.00; PHÌLLÌPS66,
CONOCO, 76, GAS, 562.41; POSÌTÌVE
PROMOTÌONS, ÌNC., Y2Y BANNERS,
123.85; REGÌON VÌÌ MUSÌC, HS VOCAL
FESTÌVAL FEES, 75.00; REÌNHART
FOODSERVÌCE, L.L.C., NURSÌNG
GLOVES, 10.98; S.D.H.S.A.A., DUES,
31.00; SCHOOL SPECÌALTY SUPPLY,
TÌTLE V SUPPLÌES, 319.70; SHARP
PHOTOGRAPHY, EDÌTED MEMORY
MATES, 120.00; SHEARER, MEGHAN,
OCT MLG, 492.54; SKÌLLÌNGSTAD,
DORREEN, OCT MLG, 208.83;
SKÌLLÌNGSTAD, KORTNEY, OCT MLG,
98.42; SUNDALL, KELLÌ, REÌMBURSE-
MENT FOR SUPPLÌES, 45.66; TLC
ELECTRÌC, BW ELECTRÌCAL SRVCS,
144.40; TRUST AND AGENCY, REÌM-
BURSE ÌMPREST, 2,166.00; WALKER,
LORÌ, MLG TO SPEARFÌSH CONF,
71.41; WALKER REFUSE, GARBAGE
SERVÌCE, 509.38; WALL BUÌLDÌNG
CENTER, SUPPLÌES, 222.46; WALL
FOOD CENTER, WASP GROCERÌES,
62.63; WALL SCHOOL, WATER FOR
TODD BECKER ASSEMBLY, 12.00;
WALL WATER DEPARTMENT, WATER,
3,302.30; WEATHER WRÌTER USA,
XC/TRACK SUPPLÌES, 86.14; WEST
RÌVER ELECTRÌC COOP., ELECTRÌC,
5,630.44; WÌLLÌAMS, STEPHANÌE, PCT
MLG , 176.12; WOLF, CONNÌE,
FCCLA MLG TO RC, 37.00.
FUND TOTAL: 27,609.75
CAPITAL OUTLAY
WALL BUÌLDÌNG CENTER, FB FÌELD
SHED, 987.02.
FUND TOTAL: 987.02
SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND
AUDÌOLOGY ASSOCÌATES, OTÌCON
RECÌEVER, 995.00; CHÌLDREN'S
CARE HOSPÌTAL, SPED SRVCS,
784.00; CHÌLDREN'S CARE HOSPÌTAL
& SCH, SPED SRVCS, 9,332.10; FÌRST
ÌNTERSTATE BANK, SPED SUPPLÌES,
86.85; PHÌLLÌPS66, CONOCO, 76,
GAS, 46.94.
FUND TOTAL: 11,244.89
FOOD SERVICE FUND
CHÌLD & NUTRÌTÌON SERVÌCES,
FOOD, 281.42; DEAN FOODS-NORTH
CENTRAL, MÌLK, 1,026.27; EARTH-
GRAÌNS/SARA LEE BAKERY GROUP, ;
REÌNHART FOODSERVÌCE, L.L.C.,
FOOD, 1,578.97; TRUST AND AGENCY,
LUNCH REFUND, 100.00; US FOOD-
SERVÌCE, FOOD, 1,617.55; WALL
FOOD CENTER, FOOD, 107.49; WALL
WATER DEPARTMENT, WATER, 40.36;
WEST RÌVER ELECTRÌC COOP.,
ELECTRÌC, 625.61.
FUND TOTAL: 5,505.92
CHECKING ACCOUNT TOTAL:
45,347.58
FFA performed their Ag Ìssues presenta-
tion for the Board. The subject of the
presentation was prairie dogs in the
Conata Basin. The students did a great
job and accepted questions and com-
ments from the audience afterward.
Next, Angela Lytle addressed the Board
about paying John Hess extra compen-
sation for coaching both boys and girls'
basketball when there was someone
else interested in coaching boys' basket-
ball. Rieckman responded by stating the
Board did what they felt was right for the
kids. Lytle commented that she couldn't
understand why Hess would be paid
more when he would be spending less
time with each team compared to if there
were two different coaches.
Lytle also asked that Honors Band be
scheduled when there aren't any sport-
ing events. She feels that kids shouldn't
have to choose between the activities.
They should be able to do both activities.
Lytle commented that she had heard
about a bullying incident and she wasn't
sure how it was handled, but she hoped
that students are punished for their
actions.
Elementary Principal Sykora announced
that Wall Elementary has been recog-
nized as a 2011 National Title Ì Distin-
guished School. According to the letter
received from the State, the recognition
is a result of sustained academic
achievement. This recognition is a huge
honor, as a lot of people have worked
extremely hard meeting the needs of the
students. As of the end of October, the
attendance for the elementary school
has been 96.03% and 97.06% for Big
White. There are also 47 students with
perfect attendance.
Business Manager Mohr informed the
Board that Tommi Cheney would be the
long-term substitute in the office while
Aimee Paulsen is out on maternity leave.
Superintendent/Secondary Principal
Rieckman noted that Member Anderson
would be attending the Delegate Assem-
bly on November 18th. He also noted a
collective bargaining workshop being
held on November 30th.
4623. Johnson moved to approve the
2011-2012 Girls Basketball rules. Sec-
onded by Anderson. Motion carried.
4624. Johnson moved to approve the
2011-2012 Boys Basketball rules. Sec-
onded by Cordes. Motion carried.
There was a brief discussion about the
school and community libraries possibly
being combined. Rieckman and Eisen-
braun attended a meeting discussing this
option.
The transportation committee met to dis-
cuss our current vehicles. The van
needs to be replaced. There will be fur-
ther decisions made at a later date.
Rieckman passed an estimate around to
the Board regarding possible work that
could be done to our track to make it
usable for track practice. There was a
consensus by the board for Rieckman to
check further into this project and move
ahead if needed.
4625. Bielmaier moved to approve
Rieckman to move ahead with the track
project. Seconded by Johnson. Motion
carried.
4626. At 8:16 p.m., Johnson moved to
go into Executive Session for the pur-
pose of discussing personnel, according
to SDCL 1-25-2. Seconded by Ander-
son. Motion carried.
At 8:39 p.m., Chairperson Eisenbraun
declared the meeting out of Executive
Session.
4627. Anderson moved to approve Jan
Schaefer and Tammy Green as volun-
teers for gymnastics. Seconded by
Johnson. Motion carried.
With no further business brought to the
board, Chairperson Eisenbraun declared
the meeting adjourned at 8:40 p.m.
Respectfully submitted by Niki Mohr,
Business Manager
______________
Scot Eisenbraun,
Chairperson
_______________
Niki A. Mohr,
Business Manager
Published December 15, 2011, at the
total approximate cost of $117.99.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
ON APPLICATION FOR
LICENSE FOR SALE OF
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE
The Quinn Town Board will consider on
Monday, January 9, 2012, following the
regular meeting for the following applica-
tion for the renewal of the alcoholic bev-
erage license for a business to operate
inside of a municipality:
RetaiI (on-saIe) Iiquor
Package (off saIe) Iiquor
On SaIe- RetaiIer Liquor (Sunday)
Two Bit Steakhouse & Saloon, Two Bit
Saloon & Steakhouse LLC, 60 Hwy 14-
16, Quinn, South Dakota 57775, 1S-
17E-Sec 06 Platted, S1 E17 069160 Lot
1 of Tract 2 of NW ¼ SE ¼, Quinn Munic-
ipality, Pennington County, South Dako-
ta. Anyone interested in the approval or
rejection of the above license may
appear and be heard.
Deborah Bryan
Finance Officer
Town of Quinn
Published December 15, 2011, at the
total approximate cost of $12.27.
Pennington County
DeIinquent ReaI Estate Tax List
(continued from previous page)
GENERAL CAPITAL SPEC. ED. IMPACT AID LUNCH TOTAL
OUTLAY FUNDS
BEGINNING BALANCE:
9-30-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$687,477.84 . . . .$175,944.79 . .$63,216.01 . . .$1,040,262.04 . .$16,792.49 . . . . .$1,983,693.17
Receipts:
Local Sources: . . . . . . . . . . .$14,692.08 . . . . .$3,858.39 . . . .$3,972.20 . . . .$347.74 . . . . . . .$4,733.22 . . . . . . . .$27,603.63
County Sources: . . . . . . . . .$1,307.68 . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,307.68
State Sources: . . . . . . . . . . .$48,504.00 . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . .$48,504.00
Federal Sources: . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$4,363.11 . . . . . . . . .$4,363.11
Other Sources: . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00
General Journal Revenue: . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00
TotaI to be
accounted for: . . . . . . . . .$751,981.60 . . . .$179,803.18 . .$67,188.21 . . .$1,040,609.78 . .$25,888.82 . . . . .$2,065,471.59
Disbursements: . . . . . . . . . .$189,361.66 . . . .$336.00 . . . . .$24,875.69 . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . .$228,077.26
General Journal
Disbursements: . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00
EOM BALANCE:
10-31-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$562,619.94 . . . .$179,467.18 . .$42,312.52 . . .$1,040,609.78 . .$12,384.91 . . . . .$1,837,394.33
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WELLER BULL & FEMALE SALE:
WELLER RANCH - KADOKA
54...............DLACK ANCUS DULLS .............$3,319.00
WELLER RANCH - KADOKA
49........FED 3 TO 5 YF OLD COWS 1179=...$1,800.00
33........FED 3 TO 5 YF OLD COWS 1246=...$1,790.00
10........DLK 3 TO 5 YF OLD COWS 1381=...$1,750.00
7...............................FED HFFS 976=.....$1,660.00
WELLER RANCH - KADOKA
46 ........HOME FAISED AI'D HFFS 1066=...$1,685.00
WIEMAN STOCK FARM - MARION
45 ...........DLK & DWF AI'D HFFS 1110=...$1,625.00
WELLER RANCH HORSES:
SOFFEL 8 YF OLD CELDINC .......... .............$2,100.00
BRED CATTLE:
DOUG THORSON - QUINN
15......HEFF 3 TO 4 YF OLD COWS 1058=...$1,625.00
2........HEFF 5 TO 6 YF OLD COWS 1120=...$1,400.00
DOUG HLVAKA - HOWES
37 .............................DLK HFFS 954=.....$1,500.00
41 .............................DLK HFFS 927=.....$1,485.00
11 .............................DLK HFFS 974=.....$1,475.00
MAYNARD DUPRIS EST - CHERRY CREEK
12 .............................DLK HFFS 981=.....$1,410.00
10.........DLK 5 & 6 YF OLD COWS 1345=...$1,400.00
42DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH COWS1290=...$1,325.00
18 DLK & DWF DFK MOUTH COWS 1346=......$990.00
DANNY ARNESON - UNION CENTER
17 .............................DLK HFFS 857=.....$1,400.00
17 .............................DLK HFFS 870=.....$1,375.00
JIM BOB & KAYLA EYMER - MILESVILLE
21...............FED 6 YF OLD COWS 1358=...$1,325.00
ED HAWKS - HOWES
9........HEFF 3 TO 4 YF OLD COWS 1180=...$1,310.00
11......HEFF 5 TO 6 YF OLD COWS 1431=...$1,260.00
11.........HEFF DFK MOUTH COWS 1335=...$1,025.00
A CONSIGNMENT -
20 DLK & DWF DFK MOUTH COWS 1340=...$1,080.00
RICK KING - PHILIP
15 DLK & DWF DFK MOUTH COWS 1401=...$1,070.00
MELVIN & TRINA ARNESON - ENNING
33 DLK & DWF DFK MOUTH COWS 1413=...$1,060.00
2EB HOFFMAN - CREIGHTON
22FED & FWF DFK MOUTH COWS 1350=...$1,030.00
NORMAN DELBRIDGE - FAITH
27 DLK & DWF DFK MOUTH COWS 1405=...$1,020.00
BURL BARBER - NEW UNDERWOOD
5.............DLK DFK MOUTH COWS 1350=...$1,010.00
GERALD RISSE - MARTIN
10...........DLK DFK MOUTH COWS 1547=...$1,000.00
BRETT PRANG - KADOKA
17...........DLK DFK MOUTH COWS 1327=......$970.00
DARREL WILCOX - UNION CENTER
16.FED & DLK DFK MOUTH COWS 1382=......$960.00
BRENT WEBER - LONG VALLEY
27 DLK & DWF DFK MOUTH COWS 1365=......$960.00
WEIGHUPS:
NORMAN DELBRIDGE - FAITH
1................................DLK COW 1495=........$76.50
1................................FED COW 1230=........$75.00
1................................DLK COW 1315=........$73.00
1................................DLK COW 1300=........$72.50
A CONSIGNMENT
1................................DLK COW 1255=........$75.50
1................................DLK COW 1465=........$75.00
1................................DLK COW 1300=........$74.00
1 ...............................DWF COW 1505=........$73.50
1................................DLK COW 1375=........$72.50
1................................DLK COW 1460=........$72.00
1 ...............................DWF COW 1660=........$71.00
GOLDEN WILLOW SEEDS - MIDLAND
1................................DLK COW 1390=........$73.00
1................................DLK COW 1305=........$72.00
1................................DLK COW 1530=........$71.50
RICK KING - PHILIP
2...............................DLK COWS 1398=........$73.75
19.............................DLK COWS 1391=........$73.00
25.............................DLK COWS 1240=........$72.75
1................................DLK COW 1370=........$72.50
10 ......................DLK COWETTES 1066=........$83.00
DEAN JOHNSON - VALE
1................................DLK DULL 2010=........$85.50
LARRY SMITH - PHILIP
10.............................DLK COWS 1361=........$73.00
16 ......................DLK COWETTES 1140=........$77.50
24...................DLK HEIFEFETTES 914=........$112.50
MIKE SIELER - WALL
1................................DLK DULL 1875=........$86.50
DALE BOYDSTON - NEW UNDERWOOD
1................................DLK COW 1360=........$73.00
1................................DLK COW 1305=........$70.50
1................................DLK COW 1500=........$67.00
7 ........................DLK COWETTES 1033=........$89.50
1..........................DLK COWETTE 1115=........$83.00
STEVE & VICKI KNUTSON - PHILIP
1................................DLK DULL 1800=........$85.50
DAVE WILLIS - REDFIELD
1................................DLK COW 1355=........$73.00
1................................DLK COW 1385=........$72.00
JIM BOB & KAYLA EYMER - MILESVILLE
1................................FED COW 1310=........$72.50
4 ..............................FED COWS 1305=........$65.25
TERRY & CHERYL HAMMERSTROM - NEW UNDERWOOD
1................................DLK DULL 2010=........$84.00
SPENCER CORDES - CREIGHTON
1................................DLK COW 1385=........$72.00
9 ........................DLK COWETTES 1083=........$81.00
MELVIN & TRINA ARNESON - ENNING
7...............................DLK COWS 1446=........$71.75
DON & DELORIS POSS - PHILIP
1................................DLK COW 1460=........$71.50
3 ........................DLK COWETTES 1070=........$83.00
JERRY GRIMES - KADOKA
1 ...............................FED DULL 1855=........$84.00
1 ...............................FED DULL 2040=........$83.00
GARY WILLIAMS - WALL
1................................DLK COW 1490=........$71.50
1................................DLK COW 1315=........$69.00
3.....................DLK & DWF HFFS 832=........$123.00
GLEN RADWAY - MILESVILLE
5....................DLK & DWF COWS 1505=........$71.25
DAN PIROUTEK - MILESVILLE
13 .................FWF & DWF COWS 1431=........$71.25
CLINT HAMMERSTROM - PHILIP
2..............................DLK DULLS 1885=........$82.25
1................................DLK DULL 1710=........$81.00
SHAW RANCH INC. - WHITE OWL
1................................DLK COW 1570=........$71.00
10..................DLK & DWF COWS 1331=........$70.75
1................................DLK DULL 1985=........$85.50
1................................DLK DULL 2095=........$81.00
TERRY SCHELL - WALL
1................................DLK COW 1245=........$71.00
1................................DLK COW 1220=........$70.00
1..........................DLK COWETTE 1050=........$87.00
12...................DLK HEIFEFETTES 855=........$115.50
PASS CREEK RANCH - KADOKA
1................................FED COW 1285=........$70.00
TIMOTHY ROSCAMP - HERMOSA
1................................DLK COW 1635=........$69.00
RYAN CASTEEL - VALE
1 .........................DWF COWETTE 1135=........$80.50
ROSS CUNY - BUFFALO GAP
2..............................DLK DULLS 1813=........$80.00
DANNY & BOBBIE ARNESON - UNION CENTER
7..............................DLK HFFTS 935=..........$98.00
1................................DLK DULL 1795=........$80.00
DANIEL KRUSE - INTERIOR
1..........................DLK COWETTE 970=..........$81.00
3 ..........DLK & DWF HEIFEFETTES 818=..........$92.00
DAVID CUNY - BUFFALO GAP
4.....................DLK HEIFEFETTES 873=..........$97.00
2EB HOFFMAN - CREIGHTON
1................................DLK DULL 1780=........$80.00
PAT & ROSE TRASK - WASTA
19 .............................DLK HFFS 835=........$133.50
PASS CREEK RANCH - KADOKA
2 ...............................FED STFS 875=........$132.00
2...............................FED HFFS 945=........$121.00
JEFF MADSEN - QUINN
5 ...............................DLK HFFS 791=........$131.00
MORTENSON CATTLE CO - HAYES
8.....................DLK & DWF HFFS 894=........$129.00
KEVIN KRUSE - INTERIOR
5.....................FED & DLK HFFS 836=........$122.50
DOUG HLAVKA - HOWES
2 ...............................DLK HFFS 893=........$121.00
KYLE SCHELL - WALL
6 ..........DLK & DWF HEIFEFETTES 888=........$115.00
LARRY SCHELL - WALL
17 ........DLK & DWF HEIFEFETTES 869=........$114.00
STEVE SCHELL - RAPID CITY
3.....................DLK HEIFEFETTES 883=........$110.00
ROD VOLMER - OWANKA
1 ......................DLK HEIFEFETTE 1020=......$100.00
CHAD KING - HOWES
1 ......................DLK HEIFEFETTE 920=..........$99.00
Upoom1ng Co111e So1es:
TUESDAY, DEC. 20: SPECIAL ALL-DFEEDS CALF, STOCK COW &
DFED HEIFEF SALE, & FECULAF CATTLE SALE. WEIGH-UPS: 8 A.M.
YEARLINGS & CALVES: 11 A.M. THOMAS RANCH BULL SALE: 1 P.M.
(MT} BRED CATTLE TO FOLLOW. EAFLY CONSICNMENTS. ESTI-
MATING 4000 HEAD.
YEARLINGS:
ROSETH CATTLE CO - 300 MOSTLY DLK SPAY HFFS . 850=
FOSETH DFOTHEFS260 DLK SPAY HFFS (3 LDS ¸ 900= & 1 LD ¸ 800=} . 800-
900=; KENNEDY'S H & S PARTNERSHIP - 120 DLK ANC OPEN HFFS; HF, ALL
NATUFAL . 800= LONG - 100 DLK OPEN HFFS . 850= FORTUNE & FOR-
TUNE - 50 DLK STFS & OPEN HFFS . 800-900= GOLDEN WILLOW SEEDS -
20 DLK OPEN HFFS . 800-850= SHEARER - 10 DLK OPEN HFFS . 750=
MORTESON CATTLE CO - 6 DLK OPEN HFFS . 925-950=
CALVES: FS÷FALL SHOTS, ASV÷AGE ö SOUHCE VEHIFICATION, NI÷NO IM-
PLANTS, AN÷ALL NATUHAL.
KEHN RANCH - 200 BLK STRS; FS,W . SS0-62S#
STILWELL - 180 CHAF X CLVS (ONE LOAD STFS & ONE LOAD HFFS}; FS, W,
ASV 700-750=; NEEDHAM RANCH ÷ 175 DLK CLVS; FS,NI,W, HFFS NOT
TOPPED (ALL SCHAAF ANC VALLEY SIFES} . 500-550= SMITH - 150 DLK
CLVS; FS, NI . 500-550= KEFFELER - 50 DLK & DWF CLVS; FS,NI . 500-550=
HARTSHORN - 45 DLK MOSTLY HFFS; FS,NI . 550= ALBERS - 25 DLK & FED
CLVS; FS, NI . 450-550= PRANG - 25 DLK HFFS; FS,NI,W . 500= BRONE-
MANN - 25 DLK & DWF STFS; FS, NI . 575-625= DODSON - 12 DLK CLVS; FS
. 500-525=
DISPERSIONS:
NEEDHAM RANCH - ºCOMPLETE DISPEFSION" ÷ 200 DLK & DWF HFFS
TO DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. SCHAAF ANC VALLEY DULLS; CLV. 4-1 GENE
& SHERYL MICHAEL - ºACE DISPEFSION" ÷ 84 DLK COMINC 4 YF OLD
COWS; DFED. SPEAF U ANCUS; CLV. 4-1 FOF 60 DAYS
BRED HEIFERS:
DEEN RUSS & ROD JOHNSON - 150 FANCY DLK HFFS; AI DFED. SHIP-
WHEEL CHINOOK; CLEANED UP. FICOCHET & CHINOOK; CLV. 2-24 (SOFTED
INTO SHOFT CLVC CFOUPS} STEVE CLEMENTS - 100 DLK HFFS; DFED.
HALF DFOTHEF LDW ANC; CLV. 3-3 FOF 21 DAYS (ULTFASOUNDED, SEXED};
50 DWF HFFS; AI DFED. FEALLY WINDY; CLEANUP. LDW ANC; CLV. 3-1 FOF
23 DAYS CHILDERS RANCH - 123 FANCY DLK HFFS; DFED. LDW DLK ANC;
CLV. 3-10 FOF 15 DAYS ROSS WILLIAMS - 80 FED ANCUS & FWF FIFST X
HFFS (30 FED ANCUS & 50 FWF}. DFED. FED ANC; CLV. 3-15 FOF 42 DAYS
(SOFTED INTO 12 DAYS CLVC PEFIODS} RAMSEY & RAMSEY - 70 DLK
HFFS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-12 (SOFTED INTO SHOFT CLVC PEFIODS} BRUCH
TUESDAY, FEB. 2S: SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE & FECULAF CAT-
TLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAR. 6: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE FEATUFINC DANCS VACCI-
NATED HEIFEFS & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAR. 13: SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE & FECULAF
CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAR. 20: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAR. 2?: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, APR. 3: SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE & FECULAF CATTLE
SALE
TUESDAY, APR. 10: SPECIAL CFASS-TIME, FEPLACEMENT HEIFEFS, & FEEDLOT CAT-
TLE SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, APR. 1?: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE FEATUFINC DANCS VACCINATED
HEIFEFS & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, APR. 24: SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF & PAIF SALE & FECULAF
CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAY 1: DULL DAY & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAY S: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAY 1S: SPECIAL PAIF, STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE & FECULAF
CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAY 22: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAY 29: NO SALE
TUESDAY, JUNE S: SPECIAL PAIF SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JUNE 12: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JUNE 19: FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JUNE 26: DFY COW SPECIAL & SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 3: NO SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 10: FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 1?: FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 24: FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 31: SPECIAL ANNIVEFSAFY YEAFLINC & FALL CALF SALE & FECULAF
CATTLE SALE & ANNIVEFSAFY DDQ
2DJ2 Bu11 So1es:
TUESDAY, JAN. 1?: MCPHEFSON ANCUS 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, FEB. ?: CHEYENNE CHAFOLAIS 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, FEB. 21: STOUT CHAFOLAIS 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, FEB. 2S: DEEP CFEEK ANCUS & MILLAF ANCUS 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, MAR. 2?: FOCHAIF ANCUS 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, APR. 3: SLOVEK FANCH ANCUS & ANCUS PLUS CENETICS DULL SALE
12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, APR. 10: ANDEFS & DAMFOW LONCHOFN 12.00 P.M. MT
WEDNESDAY, APR. 11: TFASK & PETEFSON ANCUS 1.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, APR. 24: FOFTUNE'S FAFTEF U+ ANCUS 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, MAY 1: DULL DAY
RANCH LLC - 50 FANCY DLK DFED HFFS (HF, 1050=}; DFED. LDW MILLAF
ANC; CLV. 3-10 (SOFTED INTO TWO 15 DAY CLVC PEFIODS} WHEELER
RANCH - 35 DWF FIFST X HFFS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-10 (ULTFASOUNDED}
MILLIRON RANCH - 20 DLK HFFS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-20 TO 4-10 (ULTFA-
SOUNDED} JEREMY MANSFIELD - 2 DLK HFFS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-1 FOF 45
DAYS
STOCK COWS:
CORY FORTUNE - DLK ANC 3 YF OLD COWS; DFED.INTECFITY FLUSH
DFOTHEFS; CLV. 3-15 FOF 40 DAYS RICHARD KIEFFER - 130 MOSTLY CHAF
X & FWF SOLID TO DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED.FED ANC; CLV. 3-10 TIM &
DENISE NELSON - 100 DLK COMINC 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS; DFED. JOFCENSON
& FOFTUNE DLK DULLS; CLV. 4-1 FOF 50 DAYS JEFF NELSON - 100 DLK 3
TO 7 YF OLD COWS; DFED. DLK ANCUS; CLV.4-1 FOF 60 DAYS ROSS CUNY -
50 DLK SOLID TO DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 4-1 KIETH PERLI -
12 DLK MIXED ACE COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-10 COLTON MCDANIEL - 9
FED ANC SOLID MOUTH COWS; DFED. CHAF CLV. 3-15
BROKEN MOUTH COWS:
JOEL DEERING - 100 DLK & DWF DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. CHAF &
HEFF; CLV. 3-15 FOF 60 DAYS HOSTUTLER RANCH - 40 DLK & DWF DFK
MOUTH COWS; DFED. CHAF; CLV. 3-25 JT MOON - 50 DLK DFK MOUTH
COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-20 ROSS WILLIAMS - 50 FED & FWF DFK MOUTH
COWS; DFED. CHAF; CLV. 3-15 SPRINGVIEW RANCH - 45 DLK DFK MOUTH
COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-15 FORREST STEWART - 40 DLK DFK MOUTH
COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-27 RAMSEY & RAMSEY - 30 DLK DFK MOUTH
COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-15 COLTON MCDANIEL - 25 DLK DFK MOUTH
COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-24 MADSEN RANCH - 25 DLK & DWF DFK MOUTH
COWS; DFED. DLK. CLV. 4-1 THOMPSON CATTLE CO - 25 DLK DFK MOUTH
COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-1
MOR£ CONS1GNM£NTS BY SAL£ DAY. CALL THOR ROS£TH AT
tDS-SS9-2S?? OR tDS-tSS-SS2t FOR MOR£ 1NFORMAT1ON.
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TUESDAY, JAN. 31: STOCK SHOW SPECIAL, SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF
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PENNINGTON COUNTY
DELINQUENT MOBILE
HOME TAX LIST
THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF
TAXPAYERS OWING MOBILE HOME
TAX WHICH HAS BECOME
DELINQUENT FOR THE YEAR 2011
AND PRIOR YEARS.
S.D.C.L. 10-22-2
Janet Sayler
PENNINGTON COUNTY
TREASURER
ABDA, $118.71; ABDA INVEST-
MENTS INC, $128.43; ABDA INVEST-
MENTS INC, $101.67; ACHTIEN,
STEVE, $106.86; AFRANK, LARRY,
$218.41; AGUINIGA, SALVADOR AND
RAMONA D, $51.62; AGUINIGA,
STEPHANIE, $96.33; ALDRICH,
RICHARD, $115.11; ALEXANDER,
VANCE OR LORRI, $298.56; ALVER-
SON, BARBARA J, $55.50; ALVER-
SON, DENISE, $14.34; AMAN,
MICHAEL E OR MICHELLE D, $126.98;
AMICK, DOUGLAS OR CUMMINS,
LINDA, $123.56; ANDERSON, TOM OR
SHIRLEY, $58.44; ARENAS, ESTHER,
$79.27; ARMSTRONG, CATHERINE O
C/O ANDERSON, ALFRED J, $132.80;
ARMSTRONG, COURTNEY OR FIRE,
JOSEPHINE, $17.31; ARPAN,
DOROTHY M, $85.33; ASHLEY,
RONALD D, $37.96; ASPEN COUNTRY
ESTATES LLC, $12.06; ATHANS,
DENISE A, $77.46;
BASCO, LEE T OR SARAH R,
$90.90; BATHEL, DOROTHY, $28.62;
BECKMAN, JOHN D, $261.28; BED-
NARZ, AMANDA MAY AND HAROLD
COUNTS, $173.21; BETTCHER,
JERRY R, $88.96; BETTELYOUN,
SUSAN OR DWAYNE, $56.30; BLACK
HILLS RENOVATIONS, $135.67;
BLASEG, RANDY OR CATHY, $229.11;
BOASEN, THOMAS G, $96.77; BOLDT,
GERALD F, $76.23; BOURNE, BLEIN-
DA AND ARDEN, $127.58; BOWLES,
SUSAN R, $125.08; BRADY,
MICHELLE, $137.01; BREDBERG,
MICAH OR PETRA, $31.98; BREWER,
GALE M, $59.66; BROWN, DOUGLAS
H, $81.86; BROWN, RAYMOND,
$318.22; BROZ, DAVID, $151.27;
BUSH JR, FRED V, $171.07; BUTTER-
FIELD, ROY OR WALKER, VELMA C/D
JODIE DEEGAN, $107.61;
CAGE, LEAH RACHEL, $119.79;
CARSON, NORMA, $167.15; CAVE-
NAH, JERRY W OR VIRGINIA, $93.58;
CHAMBERS, KRISTAL, $55.23;
CHESTER, RALPH OR WANDA OR
AMY, $118.90; CHRISTENSEN, CYN-
THIA K, $44.33; CLOUGH, LEE A,
$90.88; COLVIN, MELVIN AND
KRYSTINA, $133.86; COMER-BECK-
ETT, ELIZABETH OR BECKETT, JESS,
$158.26; COX, DARLENE OR NOR-
MAN C/O OINES, DANIAL C/D BAUER,
LA, $63.55; CRAIG, SCOTT, $67.23;
CUMMINGS, MELANIE MARIE, $37.22;
CUNNINGHAM, WAYNE A, $207.69;
CURTIS, SANDRA FAY, $99.13;
DAUGHERTY, DICK OR KAY,
$154.52; DAVIS, GUY, $112.65; DELL,
RICHARD AND SANDRA, $80.75;
DELL, RICHARD OR BROWN,
MICHAELA, $96.67; DESCHAINE,
WENDY S, $154.64; DEUTER, JAMIE
B, $102.96; DEVINE, DAVID J, $41.09;
DIEDRICH, RANDY OR RHONDA,
$24.74; DUNNIHOO, JEFF OR BECKY,
$89.84;
ECKHOLM, ERIC J, $47.93; EDEL-
MAN, LYNN, $77.42; EFFENBERGER,
JOHN R, $77.40; EIDE, RANDY OR
LESLIE, $309.30; ELDRIDGE,
RICHARD, $88.50; ELLIS, ROBERT E,
$112.69; ENGLEBERT, WILLIAM E,
$71.38; ESCALANTE, J RENE, $75.00;
FERGEN, BRIAN & METTLER, JOEL
& LARSON, DERRICK, $234.74; FISH-
ER, MARDY, $72.50; FLANERY, TARA,
$43.74; FLYINGHAWK, DAWN M,
$40.21; FOGLE, SASHA, $84.25; FOS-
TER, CLIFFORD A, $127.45; FRANCIS,
BENNIE OR LAUREL, $247.13; FRAN-
CIS, CHRISTINE, $64.81; FRANKE,
FARON, $182.40; FREIER, NANCY L,
$43.91;
GABERT, IDA MAY OR LEE F,
$53.84; GEROW, ANGEL, $79.61;
GILL, DERRICK, $99.13; GILLIES,
DARYL, $15.79; GOODLOW, MARI-
LYN, $34.44; GOULD, TOM W, $188.36;
GRIFFITH, ROBERT L OR
GENEVIEVE E, $71.10;
HALL, SHARON A C/D CLINTON
NULLE, $193.82; HARE, CHAD J,
$70.52; HARMAN, BRENDA L, $94.23;
HARRISON, SONYA RENE OR KATH-
LEEN SUE, $29.84; HAWKINS, TERE-
SA S, $86.50; HENDERSON, BILLY
RAY, $46.24; HERMAN, JESSE,
$81.32; HICKEY, ROLAND, $62.80;
HICKS, MISTY, $99.64; HJELSETH,
DALE AND VONNIE, $101.43;
HJELSETH, YVONNE M OR DALE K,
$197.34; HOLBROOKS, CHRISTO-
PHER PATRICK, $84.80; HOLDEN,
CHARLES F OR KELLY, $72.07;
HOLTER, LEONARD OR CHARLETTE,
$50.61; HOOK, MAXINE E, $74.45;
HOOK, LINDA / JONES, JUNE A OR
PEDERSON, DORIS L, $87.53; HOP-
KINS, JOWANA T OR YOUNG,
MICHEAL, $93.42; HOWIE, GARY A,
$78.11; HUBER, RONDA DEANN,
$115.11; HUIZAR, KEVIN, $91.95;
HYATT, WELTON E, $64.79;
INSKEEP, RONALD J OR ETZKO-
RN, ANNA J, $77.97; IRVINE, CABOT,
$207.26;
JOHNSON, BEATRICE, $29.09;
JOHNSON, MARK, $53.44; JOHNSON,
MICHAEL, $99.60; JONES, HERMAN
OR WANDA, $36.27; JURISCH, MAX,
$26.32;
KAUL, CARMEN J, $84.17; KELLEY,
MICKI, $84.80; KEOGH, SHEILA K,
$49.51; KIENZLE, JANICE, $97.46;
KIEWELL, TIMOTHY R, $102.06;
KINZIE, BRIAN, $86.53; KIRSCHEN-
MANN, CHARLES AND KILLS SMALL,
ALICIA, $75.47; KLEIN, BRAD, L,
$66.15; KLEIN, COURTNEY HISAE OR
DUMP, BRIAN RAY, $99.11; KMAYBD
TRUST, $185.23; KROEGER,
DWAYNE, $60.15; KROEGER, KATHY,
$81.94; KURSAVE, JACOB, $18.45;
LAMONT, JERRY, $48.58; LARIVE,
WILLIAM, $94.39; LARSEN, CHACE A
OR LESLIE, $100.60; LARVIE, LEO W,
$54.15; LE BEAU, GERRI J, $34.70;
LEACH, CHRISTI OR W A DBA EVER-
GREEN, $102.86; LEACH, W A,
$196.53; LEAL, MICHELLE D, $181.90;
LEATHERS, KENNETH OR SANDIE,
$72.01; LEHR, GEORGE OR ER-
MADELLE % MAYER, REX R, $125.31;
LEWIS, JANET M, $136.16; LEWIS,
WAYNE R, $39.95; LINDSEY, BUTCH
OR RICK OR LEWIS, TONYA, $73.98;
LINTON, DOUG AND SUE, $91.88; LIV-
ERMONT, MAXINE, $63.21; LONG-
LAND, JANINE B, $145.45; LUX,
HARLEY A OR DEBRA, $147.50;
MARCOE, PIERRE J OR JUDY A,
$62.00; MARCOE, PIERRE J OR JUDY
A, $35.36; MARCUS, CATHY AND
ZEISZLER, MICHAEL J, $123.11; MAR-
TINEZ, MICHAEL, $77.35; MARTINEZ,
SALVADOR, $118.00; MC DONALD,
JOHN P OR MARY M, $82.04; MCCOL-
LOUGH, F H, $97.63; MELAND,
MICHELLE R, $50.31; MENDOZA,
ROBERT R, $55.81; MESSMER,
DARLA, $64.16; MIDWEST MORT-
GAGE EXCHANGE C/D GRIFFIN,
KENNETH, $79.82; MINOR, BRIAN
JAY, $32.61; MOLITOR, JENNIFER OR
TODD, $67.15; MUHM, BILL, $60.46;
MURNER, GERALD L OR SHERRIAN,
$71.50;
NELSON, TRAVIS, $167.15; NEW-
MAN, MARY E, $39.95; NIKKILA,
DANIEL, $135.73;
O CONNOR, MIKE OR VALERIE,
$36.96; OVITT, BENJAMIN J, $149.56;
PABST, JERRY, $103.93; PACHECO,
SERGIO R, $110.68; PANKRATZ,
DUANE, $83.70; PANKRATZ, DUANE
OR LAURA, $134.98; PARSONS,
DAWN, $85.73; PATRYAS, MICHELLE,
$92.93; PAYNE, CHARLES AND AMAN-
DA, $66.22; PEACOCK, DALTON OR
SONJA, $96.86; PISTULKA, STEVE
PAUL OR TYLER OR DUSTIN, $111.68;
PORTER, PENNY M OR ROBERT JR,
$52.41; PORTER, ROBERT A JR AND
PENNY M, $75.73; PORTER, ROBERT
A JR OR PENNY M, $112.08; POTTS,
ASHLEY, JOE OR ALICIA, MAXINE,
$57.34; POURIER, MICHAEL A, $81.85;
PRICKETT, GERALD D JR C/D
DENISE STABEN, $73.33; PULFREY,
WANDA, $88.71;
RADLINGER, DANIEL M, $51.45;
RED GARTER INC, $29.23; REGENCY
OF SOUTH DAKOTA, $108.15; RE-
HFELD, MICHAEL J, $60.58; REYES,
JESUS, $87.09; RICHARDS,
DOROTHY M, $49.88; RINGHEIMER,
NICKOLAS LEE OR BRANDY NICOLE,
$80.75; RIPPE, EMMA J, $12.29;
RIPPE, EMMA JEAN, $14.36;
ROHRER, DAVID AND BRENDA,
$217.92; ROHRER, JAN OR ROGER,
$95.90; ROLFE, JOHN, $133.63;
ROLLINS-SMITH, VICKY L OR
ROLLINS, DALYNN OR SMITH,,
$49.25; ROSAAEN, DARLENE, $99.71;
ROSS, ROSANNE, $82.73; ROTER-
DAM, MAUREEN, $72.98;
SAILER, JOANN R, $82.46; SAXER,
DENNIS, $96.19; SCHLIM, NICO-
LETTE M OR MILLAGE, JODY P,
$89.96; SCHMITT, BRIAN AND
BROOKE, $78.76; SCHMITT, BRIAN
OR BROOKE, $99.30; SHARP,
ROBERT L, $40.27; SHEFFER, RANDY
OR TISHER, JANET, $70.00; SIKES,
RUTH M, $188.28; SILVER MAPLE
LLC, $255.86; SIRLES, WARREN,
$487.40; SMITH, TERESA A, $54.38;
SMITH, TODD J, $46.59; SMYLE, AN-
GELA OR FRANK, $152.06; SNELL, L
GEORGE OR ROBERTA, $89.96; SNY-
DER, PETER E OR TERI A, $143.87;
SOLANO, LEONARD, $38.56; SOL-
MONSON, RONALD MYRON, $76.18;
SPEIRS, DAVID OR CAROL, $161.98;
STARR, SHELLY, $83.56; STEELE, CE-
CELIA G, $92.56; STEELE, JOE,
$86.28; STEGGALL, MARGARET L,
WRIGHT, LOUISE J OR HARTSHORN,,
$109.08; STEWART, FLOYD, $72.44;
SWARNES, JOLENE OR SPRY, JACK-
ALYN, $103.77;
TAPIO, RAVEN LAURA JEAN,
$68.54; TATUM, JAMAR, $99.25; TER-
MUN, JONATHAN M, $94.39; THAYER,
JORDAN AND BRANDON, $103.06;
THOMAS, RICHARD D AND TOMES,
TODD, $88.48; THOMPSON, BRETT,
$102.40; THOMPSON, MARK AND PA-
MALA, $78.36; THORSON, RON OR
JAXON, $134.48; THURMAN,
CHRISTOPHER B, $117.57; TOOPS,
RICHARD W, $23.23; TOTH, ANDREW
S, $74.94; TRACKE, LORRAINE S,
$29.60; TURNER, STEPHEN G,
$105.01; TWO CROW, STEPHANIE,
$102.06;
VACHON, JUDITH E OR RAY W,
$109.88; VALADEZ, TOMIA OR FORD,
THERESA, $55.61; VAN BOENING,
CRAIG, $178.68;
WALKER, VENESSA LYNN, $28.15;
WASHBURN, ANITA OR CHERIE,
$110.75; WEBER, WADE A, $119.08;
WEST, DAVID B OR LYNN A, $38.75;
WHEALY, BLAKE, $47.25; WHITE
GILBERT, BENITA R, $284.64; WILCOX
& REID LP2, $81.85; WILCOX, FLOYD
& CATHERINE, $204.40; WILLIAMS,
LOVAL, $82.98; WILLIAMS, LUCILLE,
$56.50; WILLIAMS, MARK G, $121.78;
WINEGAR, JASON, $72.72; WOOD,
CHARLES E, $79.82; WOODARD,
SANDRA B, $119.23; WRIGHT, LOIS L,
$76.30;
ZIMMERSCHIED, IVY D & SHERRY,
$118.90; ZOPP, KARRON OR RANDY
M, $64.83.
Published December 15, 2011, at the
total approximate cost of $101.20.
PENNINGTON
COUNTY BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS
MEETING
NOVEMBER 29, 2011
A special meeting of the Pennington
County Board of Commissioners was
held on Tuesday, November 29, 2011, in
the Commissioners’ meeting room of the
Pennington County Courthouse. Chair-
person Ken Davis called the meeting to
order at 9:07 a.m. with the following
Commissioners present: Ron
Buskerud, Don Holloway, Lyndell Pe-
tersen and Nancy Trautman.
WORKING SESSION FOR REDIS-
TRICTING MAPS
Auditor Julie Pearson, Election Su-
pervisor Lori Severson and Don Jarvi-
nen from City/County GIS presented
three plans for redrawing boundaries for
commissioner districts in Pennington
County.
MOVED by Petersen and seconded
by Buskerud to approve and present
Plan 2 to the public for further comment.
It was further moved that maps of Plan 2
are to be available in the Pennington
County Auditor’s office. Vote: Unani-
mous.
ADJOURN
MOVED by Trautman and seconded
by Davis that the meeting be adjourned.
Vote: Unanimous. There being no fur-
ther business, the meeting adjourned at
10 a.m.
Julie A. Pearson,
Pennington County Auditor
Published December 15, 2011, at the
total approximate cost of $15.16.