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Number 50
Volume 107
December 13, 2012
Governor Dennis Daugaard has
proposed a balanced Fiscal Year
2014 (FY2014) budget that pro-
vides more money for education,
medical services for the poor and
state employee salaries.
“South Dakota’s economy has re-
covered better than nearly every
state in America. Our healthy
economy is partly due to getting
our fiscal house in order at the
state government level,” the Gov-
ernor said. “As a result, my
FY2014 proposed budget allows for
modest, sustainable growth.”
Governor Daugaard outlined his
new budget proposal today in an
address to the South Dakota Legis-
lature. The measure balances the
next budget for essential state
services without increasing taxes.
It also leaves more than $16 mil-
lion this fiscal year and over $10
million in FY2014 uncommitted,
allowing for a discussion between
the Governor and legislators next
session on how to best use the pro-
jected one-time funds.
“This year, we can consider pro-
posals about new growth and new
ideas. But as we go forward, it’s
crucial that we maintain a struc-
turally-balanced budget based on
conservative revenue estimates,”
the Governor said. “If we don’t, we
risk a return to an era of ongoing
expenses exceeding ongoing rev-
enues. I have not recommended
that we spend every last dollar –
just as the Legislature did not ap-
propriate every last dollar in
March when the 2012 session
ended.”
Among highlights of the Gover-
nor’s proposed Fiscal Year 2014
budget, which begins July 1, 2013,
and ends June 30, 2014:
•K-12 education would receive a
three percent ongoing increase
•The Board of Regents would re-
ceive an ongoing three.two percent
increase
•The four technical institutes
would receive a three percent on-
going increase
•Medicaid providers would re-
ceive an ongoing three percent in-
crease
•State employees would receive
Governor proposes balanced
fiscal year 2014 budget
a three percent ongoing increase
Governor Daugaard’s FY2014
budget proposal, totaling $4.112
billion, would use general tax rev-
enues of $1.323 billion, $1.699 bil-
lion in federal funds, and $1.090
billion of other state revenue
sources.
“My proposed budget heeds the
principles to which I have been
true to every year: Ongoing rev-
enue pays for ongoing expenses,
one-time funds pay for one-time
expenses, and reserve funds are
used only for emergencies,” the
Governor said.
Lonnie Arneson presents a $1500 check to Harold Delbridge
from the Black Hills Roundup “Chutes for Charity” program dur-
ing a benefit held for the Delbridges at the Wall Community Cen-
ter on Saturday, December 1. “Chutes for Charity” was estab-
lished in 2010 by the Black Hills Roundup. The program provides
charity, hope and help to people who find themselves facing an
unexpected emergency. Karen Delbridge, wife of Pastor Harold
Delbridge will be hospitalized for five to six weeks, recovering
from a knee infection. They removed her old artificial knee and
now are waiting before they can replace it with a new one this
month. ~Courtesy Photo
“Chutes for Charity” donates
to Delbridge benefit in Wall
by Laurie Hindman
The Wall City Council met on
Thursday, December 6, at the Wall
Community Center meeting room.
Captain Corey Brubakken with
the Pennington County Sheriff
Department informed the council
they are now performing business
checks as requested by the council.
In regards to the new deputy as-
signed to Wall, he has completed
his academy training and should
be here in mid January.
Brubakken announced he was
given a new assignment and Cap-
tain Jay Evenson will be replac-
ing him the first of the year.
Pennington County Emergency
Manager Dustin Willett gave an
update on the pre-disaster mitiga-
tion plans and also the warning
sirens. The warning sirens in Wall
have been worked on and are up-
to-date. Sirens which use a solar
panel will be upgraded to 120 watt
stored power. Willert would like to
have the City of Wall sign an
agreement that they will pay the
electrical cost for the upgrade. The
council will review the agreement
and come back with a decision at
the next meeting.
Wall School Superintendent
Dennis Rieckman and Head Cus-
todian Dan Hauk would like to be
involved in the storm plan mitiga-
tion shelter and council agreed
that they should be.
Reese Kor with H-C Galloways
informed the council of the situa-
tion with the well monitoring sys-
tem. The computer, modems and
software are out-of-date and if the
system fails the wells would have
to be checked manually, which
would take a lot of man hours.
After much discussion the council
approved to go with H-C Gal-
loways optimal option which would
replace the old system at a price
tag of $60,000.
Ted Schultz with CETEC also
gave an update on the Lagoon proj-
ect. The waste water committee
had met with him previously and
discussed the situation with cell
one. Schultz said, “The northwest
corner of cell one is full of sludge
and with installing an aereator at
a cost of $50,000 it would help to
reduce the volume, help with odor
issues and extend the life of cell
one by 10 years.” The council dis-
cussed where the money will come
from for the aereator and tabled
the issue until next month. Schultz
will have the plans for the sewer
project ready to go to bid early next
year. Schultz also informed the
council that new bolts have been
ordered for the main street lights
and should be installed by the mid-
dle of next week.
Harley Kiraan with the Wall
Discount Outlet was given ap-
proval to install a fence in the back
of his property as long as it meets
all stipulations.
The council approved to waive
the fees for Wall Drug to haul a
trailer from the trailer court to the
rubble site.
The Wall Ambulance District
lease agreement was approved
along with changing the name over
to Eastern Pennington County
Ambulance District at West River
Electric for billing purposes.
Job descriptions were approved
for public works director and pub-
lic works employees.
Employee evaluations have to be
completed by the end of the year.
It was approved to have the public
works director evaluate public
works employees and the finance
officer and the chamber evaluate
the chamber director. The council
will evaluate the finance officer
and public works director and have
their evaluations back to the
mayor by December 15 so they can
be reviewed at the year end meet-
ing.
The second reading of ordinance
12-8; Supplemental Appropriation
was approved.
The golf course association went
over their water budget due to the
drought conditions. It was ap-
proved to have the golf course pay
for any repairs and the club house
water usage.
Resolution for the city support-
ing the Ag Appreciation Supper
was approved with council mem-
ber Jerry Morgan abstaining from
the vote.
Council approved to surplus the
backhoe and have Pete Dunker,
Paul Goldhammer and Todd Sieler
appraise it for resale.
All the city, fire department and
ambulance minutes were ap-
proved.
City of Wall bills and pay re-
quest #3 from Custom Environ-
ments for $80,784.52 was ap-
proved along with fire department,
ambulance and library bills.
Chamber Director Lindsey
Hildebrand asked for approval to
surplus a TV and VCR. Council
gave approval. Council approved
the use of the police station and to
block the street off for the Ag Ap-
preciation Supper.
Finance Officer Carolynn Ander-
son has sent suggested risk man-
agement documents and safety
benefit recommendations to the
council for their review. The coun-
cil approved a committee of Stan
Anderson, Pete Dunker and Car-
olynn Anderson to review the rec-
ommendations and to bring back
to the council their recommenda-
tions at the next meeting.
Council denied to combine any
elections with the county for 2013.
The year-end meeting will be
held on Friday, December 28 at
12:00 p.m at the Wall Community
Center meeting room.
Public Works Director Jeff Clark
informed the council what a new
motor for Well #7 will run. The
council approved a motion to delay
any action until the year-end meet-
ing.
Mayor Dave Hahn gave an up-
date on the building going up at
the airport.
A motion was approved to enter
into executive session for the pur-
pose of discussing personnel issues
according to SDCL 1-25-2 was ap-
proved.
Council came out of executive
session with no motions being
made.
The next regular city council
meeting will be held on Tuesday,
January 8 at 6:30 p.m. at the Wall
Community Center meeting room.
The meeting was adjourned.
Council approves to purchase new well monitoring system
Philip Modern Woodmen of
America members recently pro-
vided assistance to The Country
Cupboard. The Philip Modern
Woodmen chapter donated canned
goods 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 volun-
teer 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 for over 600
chapters purchase and donate
thousand of dollars worth of food,
clothing and more.
“When a family needs household
items after a natural disaster to
other crisis, or a shelter or food
Local Modern Woodmen members
reach out to those in need
Modern Woodmen of America Activites Coordinator Don Haynes
presents a $250 check to Carol Hoffman with The Country Cup-
board to help those in need. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
panty needs more supplies to help
families, Modern Woodmen mem-
bers can help through this annual
project,” said 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
859-2778 or dwhaynes@gwtc.net.
As a tax-exempt fraternal bene-
fit society, Modern Woodmen sells
life insurance, annuity and invest-
ment products not to benefit stock-
holders but to improve the quality
of life of its stakeholders members,
their families and communities.
This is accomplished through so-
cial, charitable and volunteer ac-
tivities. Annually, Modern Wood-
men and its members provide
more than $23 million and nearly
1 million volunteer hours for com-
munity projects nationwide. By Senator John Thune
Since 1950, Congress has pro-
vided financial assistance to local
school districts through the U.S.
Department of Education’s Impact
Aid program. Impact Aid was de-
signed to help compensate school
districts for the loss of tax revenue
caused by federal ownership of
land, including tribal land and na-
tional parks, and for other reasons.
In districts with federal property
like national parks, the federal
government provides compensa-
tion directly to the district in lieu
of paying property taxes like typi-
cal landowners do.
Many school districts in South
Dakota rely heavily on Impact Aid
money from the federal govern-
ment each year to help cover an-
nual expenses. There are 37 school
districts in South Dakota that par-
ticipate in the Impact Aid pro-
gram. School districts eligible for
Impact Aid include these revenues
in their annual budget for the up-
Thune introduces bill to
aid Impact Aid Schools
coming fiscal year, but due to com-
plicated payment formulas, Im-
pact Aid districts have suffered
from persistently late distribution
of these funds due to bureaucratic
delays in Washington. This re-
quires school districts to wait sig-
nificant periods of time before re-
ceiving payments, and places an
unfair burden on districts to find a
way to cover the shortfall, particu-
larly if payments are backlogged
for several years.
For these reasons, I introduced,
along with Senator Patty Murray
(D-Wash.), the Impact Aid Timely
Repayment Act, which accelerates
the Impact Aid payment time table
and requires the Department of
Education to finalize payments
within three years after the funds
have been appropriated instead of
the current deadline of six years.
Normally, this legislation would
be discussed as part of the reau-
thorization of all federal education
programs. However, because an
agreement has not been reached
on legislation to rewrite various
federal education programs, I
worked with others to address the
Impact Aid situation. Working
across the aisle, I was able to in-
clude the Impact Aid Timely Re-
payment Act language as an
amendment to the National De-
fense Authorization Act, which
passed the Senate on November 4,
2012, by a vote of 98-0. The Na-
tional Defense Authorization Act
also includes a provision that re-
places the complicated and highly-
subjective Impact Aid formula
with a simple, objective calcula-
tion. This removes the subjectivity
from the program and will speed-
up payments to school districts
across the country, including in
South Dakota.
The legislation will now be sent
to a conference committee to work
out the differences between the
House and Senate bills. In South
Dakota, this program is particu-
larly important to many rural
school districts, and I was disap-
pointed that President Obama has
proposed ending this program. For
districts like Wall, that would rep-
resent a loss of over $500,000 in
their annual budgets.
As Congress continues to work
to strengthen Impact Aid, I will
continue to support proposals that
provide accurate and timely pay-
ments to districts due to the im-
pact that the federal government’s
exemption from taxation has on
various jurisdictions.
by Del Bartels,
Pioneer Review
The Freemasons held their an-
nual District 15 meeting, Satur-
day, December 1, in the Philip Ma-
sonic Lodge #153.
Welcoming State Grand Master
Jack Hantz, Belle Fourche, as
guest speaker were District Mas-
ter Doug Thorson, Philip, Wall
Master Grant Shearer, and other
attending Freemasons.
Hantz acknowledged the ab-
sence of some district members,
particularly from the Martin lodge,
who were participating in the an-
nual Martin parade of lights. Mar-
tin, though, will host next year’s
district meeting.
Hantz restated the hierarchy of
Masonic responsibility of family,
job, then the lodge. “Family first,
always,” said Hantz.
“My obligation is to accept the
responsibility to travel all over the
state, and neighboring states, to
represent you and all Masons,”
said Hantz. With a little over 5,000
Masons in South Dakota, “We have
decided to do our best to keep the
brothers together and increase our
members.” The Grand Lodge meet-
ing this year will be family ori-
ented. “We are working on scholar-
ships for the kids and giving to
charities. We’ve got to keep our
roots growing.”
One of the most community ori-
ented programs supported by Ma-
Masonic District 15 meeting
Ike Dale was presented his 50-year pin during the District 15
meeting of South Dakota Freemasons, December 1, in Philip.
Shown are, back row, from left: Tucker Smith, Brad Heltzel, Dis-
trict 15 Master Doug Thorson and Wall Master Grant Shearer.
Front: Beau Ravellette, Dale, and South Dakota Grand Master
Jack Hantz. Photo by Del Bartels
sons is the South Dakota Child
Identification Program (CHIP). A
personal identification package is
given to parents of participating
children. The packets includes a
photo, fingerprints, DNA?swab,
and an audio/visual recording of
their child.
“I’m a 100 percent believer in
getting the older teenage girls in-
volved in the CHIP program. It’s
not just for little kids,” said Grant.
“If you can get in with the
school, it really helps. We did our
last CHIP program on
parent/teacher day,” said Thorson.
Hantz praised the public acces-
sibility and internal record keep-
ing by Masons by computers and
the Internet. “Computers are a
great thing. All this paperwork
going back and forth will stop. It’s
all at your fingertips,” said Hantz.
The South Dakota Masonic web-
site is mygrandlodge.org.
The district meeting concluded
with a 50-year pin presentation to
Ike Dale, Philip. Dale entered Ma-
sonry in May 1961, and was raised
to Master Mason in March 1962.
“I have a lot of stories. It’s been
quite an experience,” said Dale.
“My friends, neighbors and broth-
ers, it’s been a fun trip so far.”
Thorson noted that the year
Dale served as master of the Philip
lodge, 1969, was the year Thorson
was born.
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S.D. FFA recognizesleaders
at State Leadership CDE
The South Dakota FFA Associa-
tion hosted 446 FFA members from
across South Dakota at the 2012
State FFA Leadership Career De-
velopment Events on December 2-
3 in Pierre.
These FFA members advanced
to the state level competition by
placing first or second at their dis-
trict competitions. At the State
Leadership Career Development
Events, members and chapters
were recognized for their success
in 10 leadership areas.
Winning teams and individuals
advance to compete in their Career
Development Event areas at the
National FFA Convention in
Louisville, Ky. next fall.
South Dakota State Senate Demo-
cratic Leader Jason Frerichs ad-
dressed FFA members at the
awards luncheon Monday after-
noon. Frerichs shared the impor-
tance of agriculture and encour-
aged FFA members to be advocates
for the industry.
Parliamentary Procedure teams,
consisting of seven members per
team, demonstrate an FFA busi-
ness meeting. Our state sponsor is
South Dakota Farmers Union, and
the national level sponsor is Tran-
sCanada. The state level team
travel scholarship is sponsored by
Monte and Ruth Mason and Brett
and Tracy Kaltvedt. The team re-
sults are as follows:
Job Interview challenges FFA
members to complete a job applica-
tion, write a letter of application,
participate in an actual interview
and compose a follow-up letter.
Our sponsor is the South Dakota
Department of Agriculture and the
national sponsor is CSX Trans-
portation. The winning person
travel scholarship is sponsored by
Kindra Gordon and Three Corners
Agency, Inc. – Melissa Stearns,
Agent. The results were:
1. Gold - Kiera Leddy, Milbank
2. Gold - Rachel Schartz, West
Central
3. Silver - Kaden Eisenbraun,
Wall
4. Silver - Janelle Paulson, Clark
5. Silver - MaKayla Heisler,
Newell
6. Bronze- Joellen Gonsoir, Gro-
ton
7. Bronze - Jade Maier, Bowdle
8. Bronze- Shaley Lensegrav,
Bison
Job Interview. Left to right:
First place - Kierra Leddy, Mil-
bank; Second place - Rachel
Schartz, West Central and
Third place - Kaden Eisen-
braun, Wall.
~Courtesy Photo
We are moving right along with
the school year. The students in
grades third - eighth and 11th
have finished the second round of
Benchmark Assessments.
Wall is one of the pilot schools in
South Dakota selected to take part
in this assessment. The teachers
and administrators are able to see
the results right away. They are
able to look at both assessments
and see where the students have
shown growth or gone backward. It
will be an excellent tool in the near
future to gauge how well our stu-
dents are improving as the school
year moves along. The students
will be taking the exams again in
March and finish up the last one in
May. The students are finding the
questions are being asked in a dif-
ferent manner than they are used
to. It has been a good learning ex-
perience for students and teachers.
The winter sporting activities
are in full swing with wrestling,
gymnastics and basketball all hav-
ing matches or games scheduled. I
have been hearing about an alarm-
ing trend with our middle school
games and the fans behavior to-
ward the referees.
Schools are finding it difficult to
find people to referee these games
and the behavior of the fans should
not be a concern to those helping
out refereeing games. I know most
people can see the game better
from the stands. I welcome anyone
wanting to help out give refereeing
a try. Please contact the school and
express your interest; otherwise sit
back and enjoy the games. We all
need to follow the sportsmanship
rule hanging on the banner in our
gym – let the players play, the
coaches coach, the officials offici-
ate, and the fans be positive. Stu-
dent athletes will gain more from
positive comments and behavior
then negative actions from fans
and coaches.
The home girls’ basketball and
boys’ basketball doubleheader on
December 18 with Oelrichs will be
FREE admission for ALL fans.
These will be varsity only games
starting at 5:00 p.m. It is our way
to thank everyone for their support
of student athletes. We hope you
can attend and enjoy the basket-
ball games.
School will resume on January 2
and the first semester will end on
January 10. The seniors will have
an open house on Wednesday, Jan-
uary 9, showcasing their senior
projects. It is open to the public in
the gym from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m.
In closing, I would like to extend
everyone a Merry Christmas and
Happy New Year. Please keep the
military personnel in your
thoughts, especially those serving
in hostile areas. It is the time of
year to be with family and friends
and we all need to remember the
true meaning of Christmas.
From the desk of
Superintendent Dennis Rieckman
The Philip Area wrestling squad
proved they have what it takes
when they participated against 35
top ranked schools from four states
at the Rapid City Invitational
Wrestling Tournament
Philip Area stood in the 11th
place slot at the end of day on Fri-
day, December 7. The top four from
the first day’s action were Pierre,
Gillette, Wyo., Bismarck, N.D. and
Rapid City Central. At the end of
day two, December 8, Philip Area
finished sixth and well ahead of
other B division schools.
While head coach Matt Donnelly
is pleased with how the team
placed, he said he knows they can
do better. He said had they had
just one pin more they would have
had the fifth place spot. But it was
a good accomplishment, he said.
Donnelly noted that the team
cannot have kids not placing.
Those kids, he said, will have to
pick it up some. Everything could
be better in all aspects, he said.
They did not have wrestlers at
the 126 and heavyweight divisions.
Donnelly said Philip Area sent
some of the younger wrestlers to a
middle school tournament where
they could hone their skills more.
The top 10 teams at tourna-
ment’s end were Pierre in the first
slot with 215.5 points, Rapid City
Central – 181.5, Gillette, Wyo. –
175.5, Bismarck, N.D. – 163,
Huron – 140, Philip – 139.5, Wind-
sor, Colo. – 135.5, Spearfish/Lead-
Deadwood – 128, Powell, Wyo. ? –
108, and tied for 10th were Rapid
City Stevens and Aberdeen Cen-
tral – 105.
Other teams at the tournament
were South Dakota schools from
Sturgis (12th - 96), Sioux Falls
Washington (13th - 93), Winner
(14th - 91), Douglas High School
(18th - 57.5), Custer (21st - 51),
Mitchell (22nd - 42), Hot Springs
(24th - 38.5), Sioux Falls Lincoln)
tie for 25th - 33), Hill City (27th -
30), Chamberlain (28th - 25),
Harding County and Todd County
(tie for 30th - 15), Belle Fourche
and St. Thomas Moore both had no
points; Wyoming schools were
Worland (15th - 83.5), Natrona
County (17th - 67, Casper, Wyo.),
Riverton (19th - 55), Sheridan
(20th 52), Torrington (23rd - 40),
Thermopolis (29th - 17), Newcastle
(32nd - 12) and ?Buffalo had no
Wrestlers earn sixth
out of 35 teams
points; Mandan, N.D. (16th - 77.5),
Fort Collins, Colo. (tie for 25th -
33).
106 lbs: Jed Brown
4-3 record
•Pinned Levi Saftner (STU) 1:29
•Pinned Glen Anderson (WOR) 1:27
•Decisioned by Chase O’Connor (SFW) 9-
1
•Decisioned by Josh Villa (WIND) 8-3
113 lbs: Rance Johnson,
1-3 record
•Decisioned by Seth Moore (AC) 9-7
•Bye
•Decisioned by Chance Karst (POW) 8-7
120 lbs: Nick Donnelly, 4th,
7-3 record
•Pinned Blaine Geppert (PIE) 4:00
•Decisioned Devin Stork (DOU) 5-0
•Major dec. by David Potratz (SFW) 8-0
•Pinned Brandon Zachmeier (MAN) 1:38
•Major dec. Tucker Gross (SHER) 11-2
•Decisioned Dominick Schooler (HLC) 10-
7
•Decisioned by Hayden Hansen (RCC) 7-
6
132 lbs: Grady Carley,
4-4 record
•Pinned Cody Jackson (DOU) 2:26
•Pinned by Russel Felicia (CHA) 5:36
•Pinned Luke Jamison (SFL) 3:154
•Pinned by Justin Polkowske (TOR) 4:01
138 lbs: Raedon Anderson,
1-5 record
•Bye
•Decisioned by Ethan Parr (MIT) 7-2
•Pinned by Ty Welsch (RCC) 1:16
145 lbs: Lane Blasius, 2nd,
7-1 record
•Pinned Colter Hanson (THER) 1:06
•Pinned Josh Palomo (NAT) 3:06
•Major dec. Zack Larson (THER) 12-3
•Decisioned Mitch Johnson (AC) 3-1
•Decisioned by Blake Stone (RCC) 7-3
152 lbs: Reed Johnson,
5-3 record
•Major dec. by Hartman Katz (HUR0 12-
4
•Decisioned Mason Jones (SFW) 9-3
•Decision by Jacob Hatley (TOR) 6-3
160 lbs: Chandlier Sudbeck, 5th,
7-3 record
•Pinned Ethan Bennett (STU) 2:25
•Tech. fall over Benjamin Lova (TOR) 19-
3
•Decisioned by Ryan Blees (BIS) 11-5
•Pinned Luke Reiter (SFW) 3:40
•Decisioned Rudy Batista (RIV) 7-2
•Decisioned by Lukas Poloncic (GILL) 7-
2
•Major dec. Vinny Gonzales (WIND) 16-4
170 lbs: Clint Stout,
4th, 7-3 record
•Pinned Mike Hauke (CHA) 1:32
•Pinned Seth Haper (SFL) 1:02
•Decisioned in OT by Ti Galey (RIV) 3-1
•Pinned Forrest Cerv (WIN) 2:41
•Decisioned Tyler Patterson (POW) 7-2
•Pinned in OT Riley McConnell (FC) 6:20
•Decisioned in OT by Galey 5-3
182 lbs: Chance Knutson, 5th,
7-3 record
•Pinned Jeremy Long (TC) 3:04
•Pinned Clay Siedler (CUS) 5:36
•Decisioned by Drew Kary (BIS) 15-12
•Major dec. Reece Jensen (HC) 13-0
•Decisioned Thomas Myler (NAT) 5-1
•Decisioned by Cosme Martinez (WIND)
8-3
•Default by Kary
195 lbs: Gavin DeVries,
3-3 record
•Pinned by John Wilcox (STU) 2:23
•Bye
•Pinned Seth Novak (TC) 2:21
•Pinned by Todd Kesseler (BIS) 4:35
220 lbs: Logan Ammons, 7th,
7-2 record
•Pinned by Jarran Jensen (RCC) 1:13
•Bye
•Pinned Steve Scoggins (FC) :41
•Pinned Spencer Shultz (POW) 4:28
•Pinned Jace Jacob (GILL) 2:45
•Pinned by Josh Hunt (DOU) 3:34
•Pinned Sam Schuanaman (AC) 3:40
The team will be at the Valen-
tine (Neb.) Invitational Wrestling
tournament Saturday December
15. Donnelly said this will be an-
other tough tournament for the
wrestlers. “It’s good competition,”
he said.“ Different teams and dif-
ferent styles, which are good for
the kids.” He added they will run
into Pierre and Winner again as
well as some tough teams from Ne-
braska.
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Shnd`s TowIng..............................3?-l9
!ockors...................................3l.5-24.5
Ioforson`s .....................................29-2?
Hnndrnhnn Consf ........................25-3l
IndInnds Aufo .......................23.5-32.5
Ðnkofn Inr...................................22-34
HIgL!IgLts:
JonnIfor !ockIIng....................l3?, l44
MnrnIynn Iurns.......................l?0/508
ÞonI Ioforson...............2l9 (cIonn)/598
Irynn IuxcoI............................2l9/533
Jnson Ioforson.........................2l2/595
VIckIo Ioforson ........................l?9/493
TrInn Irown....................................l?3
MnrIIs Ioforson............l?l, 4-6-? sµIIf
ArIono Kujnwn.........................2-? sµIIf
Cory Ioyd ..............................3-l0 sµIIf
Jorry Iron MoccnsIn ..............3-l0 sµIIf
Tuesduy NIte Men's £uv!y
IooµIo`s Mkf...................................34-6
Konnody Imµ..........................24.5-l5.5
IhIIIµ Mofor .................................22-l8
Coorgo`s WoIdIng .........................2l-l9
C&A TronchIng......................l6.5-23.5
Kndokn Troo SorvIco..............l5.5-24.5
IhIIIµ HonIfh SorvIco ............l3.5-26.5
Ionr Aufo .....................................l3-2?
HIgL!IgLts:
InrI Inrk..........................2l?, 20l/6l4
Sfovo Vnrnor ............................226/609
TyIor Hnuk .......................205, 244/604
Tony CouId...............................206/586
JIm !nrson ......................................5?6
Mnff SchofIoId..........................20l/5?3
!nndy Ioyd ..............................244/55?
!onnIo WIIIInms....3-6-? sµIIf; 203/554
Irod IoInnd ....................224 cIonn/549
Id MorrIson....................2l3 cIonn/546
Torry Wonfz............3-l0 sµIIf; 203/545
AIvIn Ionrson 3-l0 x 2 & 9-l0 sµIIf x 2
2l?/538
Jnson Snmµson..............3-l0 sµIIf; 534
Johnny WIIson..........................202/523
IIII Sfono.........................................5l5
Todd !ndwny...................................5ll
Cory Ioyd........................................504
!ynn Songor ....................................50l
WondoII IuxcoI ........................3-l0 x 2
6-? & 5-6 sµIIfs
Wednesduy MovnIng CoIIee
CuffIng Idgo SnIon................45.5-l0.5
IowIIng IoIIos .............................33-23
Sfnfo Inrm.............................32.5-23.5
InvIsIbIos ......................................32-24
JoIIy !nnchors..............................22-34
HIgL!IgLts:
Knron IoInnd ..........l80, l56, l80/5l6;
4-5 sµIIf (x2)
ChnrIono Kjorsfnd....l82, l63, l55/500
ShIrIoy O`Connor.............................l65
ShIrIoy Inrsons ...............................l62
Snndrn O`Connor.............................l60
Joy ÞovIIIo................................l50/428
Ðody WoIIor ...........................3-l0 sµIIf
Ðonnnn Ioos ...........3-l0 & 5-?-8 sµIIfs
Joyco HIcks ..............................5-6 sµIIf
Audroy Jonos ...........................2-? sµIIf
Wednesduy NIte £uv!y
WnII Iood Confor.........................29-l9
Ðnkofn Inr...................................29-l9
ChIofIo`s ChIcks......................2?.5-20.5
MorrIson`s HnyIng .................2?.5-20.5
IIrsf ÞnfIonnI Innk ....................2l-2?
HIIdobrnnd Concrofo .............l9.5-28.5
Jusf Tnmmy`s.........................l9.5-28.5
Ðorofhy`s CnforIng.......................l9-29
HIgL!IgLts:
ÐnnI HorrIng............................l?5/45?
Shnr Mosos ...............................l92/5l5
!Indsoy HIIdobrnnd ........................l8l
Knfhy Arfhur ...........................l83/483
Amy MorrIson..................................l88
Irondn Cronz ...........................l?5/4?5
TrncI !ndwny...........................5-? sµIIf
!nchoI Kjorsfnd.......................5-? sµIIf
!oso Ionnoff..........................5-l0 sµIIf
Knron Iwnn...........................2-?-8 sµIIf
CIndy VnndorMny ..............3-9-l0 sµIIf
MnrIIs Ioforson .......................2-? sµIIf
TLuvsduy Men's
A&M !nundry................................28-8
Ðnkofn Inr...................................23-l3
O`ConnoII ConsfrucfIon ...............l8-l8
Wosf !Ivor IIonoor Tnnks...........l?-l9
CoyIo`s SuµorVnIu........................l6-20
WII IAÐÐ..................................l6-20
McÐonnoII Inrms ........................l5-2l
Tho Sfonkhouso............................ll-25
HIgL!IgLts:
!nndy Ioyd..................226 (cIonn)/643
Þnfhnn Kjorsfnd ......................22?/623
Irynn IuxcoI................226 (cIonn)/5??
3-l0 sµIIf x 2
JJ WnIkor.......................l8?; 4-l0 sµIIf
Jnson Ioforson......2l8/2l? (cIonn)/623
IrInn Ionrson .......2l3/2ll (cIonn)/6l?
HnrInn Moos.............................2l0/593
Jnn IIoImnIor...........................2ll/58l
Hnvon HIIdobrnnd ...................200/54?
Androw !ockIIng.................203 (cIonn)
!onnIo CoyIo..................203; 9-l0 sµIIf
AIvIn Ionrson ..................562; 2-? sµIIf
AIox Moos ........................................202
Mnff SchofIoId ...3-6-?-l0 & 3-l0 sµIIfs
ÞonI Ioforson ..........................5-? sµIIf
MIko Mosos...........................5-?-9 sµIIf
Ðon WoIIor ...............................2-? sµIIf
IvIduy NIgLt MIxed
CrIsfI`s Crow.................................42-l0
KIng IIns................................34.5-l?.5
!nndy`s Sµrny SorvIco.................30-22
!oo & fho !ndIos..........................22-30
!oy`s !oµnIr ...........................20.5-3l.5
HIgL!IgLts:
Annoffo Hnnd...............l59; 2-?-8 sµIIf
Ðunno Hnnd .............................22?/5?6
Id MorrIson .................2l3 (cIonn)/52?
MnrIn Ioyd...............................l83/502
Anron !Ichnrdson ....................20?/550
!nndy Ioyd ........................4-?-l0 sµIIf
Kory IIorIo ........................2-5-6-? sµIIf
Jorry Iron MoccnsIn ..............5-l0 sµIIf
Ðonnnn Ioos ..........................3-l0 sµIIf
John HoIfzoI...........................3-l0 sµIIf
Lane Blasius wrestling at the
RC Invitaional Wrestling Tour-
nament. Blasius took second
place for a 7 - 1 record.
~Courtesy Photo
Sports
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It was close, but Philip Area
wrestlers brought home the team
title from the Kimball/White
Lake/-Platte-Geddes Invitational
Wrestling Tournament last week-
end in Kimball.
The Scotties won the tourna-
ment by two points over Wagner –
245 to 243. Head coach Matt Don-
nelly was pleased with how the
team did, but he said he noticed
areas that need improvement.
Donnelly noted the team’s
younger wrestlers are doing well,
but they need more mat time, more
experience.
Two Philip Area wrestlers were
also given individual awards –
Lane Blasius was named “Out-
standing Wrestler” and Paul Smi-
ley was given the “Pinner Award.”
Individually the wrestlers gar-
nered two first place wins, six sec-
ond place, three fifth place and one
each in the third, fourth and six
placings.
Other team standings were 3rd
– Winner (225.5), 4th – Mt. Ver-
non/ Plankinton/Corsica (101), 5th
– Miller/Highmore-Harrold (92),
6th – Sunshine Bible Academy
(91), 7th – Kimball/ White Lake-
Platte-Geddes (64), 8th – Wessing-
ton Springs/Woonsocket /Wolsey-
Wessington (45), 9th –
Ipswich/Leola (39), 10th – Scotland
(36), 11th – Marion Freeman
(31.5), 12th – Andes Central (29).
Some teams also had unattached
wrestlers (-U in stats).
106 lbs: Paul Smiley, 5th,
4-2 record
•Pinnd Wyatt Stevens (WSWWW) 3:03
•Pinned by Leo Hopkins (AC) 1:56
•Pinned Alex Daum (KWLPG) 5:21
•Pinned Jackson Nockels (KWLPG-U)
1:31
Philip Area scores team win at Kimball
•Pinned by Marcus Urban (MVPC) 2:19
•Pinned Dawson Petrik (WAG-U) 4:08
113 lbs: Rance Johnson, 2nd,
1-1 record
•Bye
•Bye
•Pinned Denver Paul (SBA) 1:48
•Pinned by Patrick Aeschbacher (WIN)
3:53
120 lbs: Jed Brown, 5th,
2-2 record
•Bye
•Pinned Cody Peterson (IPL) 1:55
•Decisioned by Israel Appel (SBA) 9-7 in
OT
•Major decisioned by Zack Rucktaeschel
(WAG) 11-2
•Major decisioned Peterson 10-0
126 lbs: Nick Donnelly, 2nd,
2-1 record
•Bye
•Pinned Logan Wolter (WSWWW) 2:20
•Pinned Kruz Knudson (MVPC) 3:24
•Lost by default to Sage Zephier (WAG)
132 lbs: Grady Carley, 5th,
2-2 record
•Bye
•Forfeit (MVPC)
•Pinned by Nick Dion (WAG) 1:23
•Decisioned by Tayte Clark (SBA) 6-0
•Pinned Dominic Paulson (WIN-U) 3:50
138 lbs: Raedon Anderson, 6th,
1-3 record
•Bye
•Pinned Wesley York (M/F) 2:58
•Technical fall by Tyler Dion (WAG) 18-1
•Pinned by Trig Clark (SBA) 2:29
•Decisioned by Cole Johnson (KWLPG) 7-
2
145 lbs: Lane Blasius, 1st,
3-0 record
•Bye
•Pinned Mason Van Vuuren (MVPC) 3:54
•Decisioned Austin Soukup (WAG) 5-2
•Decisioned Paul Waring (MHH) 5-3
152 lbs: Paul Kary, (Unattached),
1-2 record
•Bye
•Pinned by Brian Vermeulen (MVPC) :22
•Pinned by Reed Johnson (PHIL) 1:43
152 lbs: Reed Johnson, 3rd,
4-1 record
•Decisioned by Brady Soulek (WAG) 5-2
•Bye
•Pinned Paul Karey (PHIL-U) 1:43
•Pinned Seth York (M/F) 2:01
•Pinned Andrew Bortle (MVPC-U) 3:56
•Forfeit by Vermeulen (MVPC)
160 lbs: Chandlier Sudbeck, 2nd,
2-1 record
•Bye
•Pinned Cody Heezen (MVPC) 3:31
•Decisioned Luke Warejcka (KWLPC) 7-1
•Decisioned by David Kocer (WAG) 8-6
170 lbs: Clint Stout, 2nd,
2-1 record
•Bye
•Pinned Jed Vissia (MVPC-U) 3:45
•Decisioned Turner Blasius (KWLPG) 6-1
•Pinned by Trevor Lensing (WAG) 5:53
182 lbs: Chance Knutson, 2nd,
2-1 record
•Bye
•Pinned Jimmy Sharkey (WIN-U) 1:45
•Major decisioned Cameron Kostal
(MVPC) 15-2
•Decisioned by Tate Novotny (WIN) 7-1
195 lbs: Gavin DeVries, 2nd,
2-1 record
•Bye
•Forfeit (MHH)
•Pinned Nathaniel Schroeder (KWLPG)
2:48
•Pinned by Scott Assman (WIN) 3:11
220 lbs: Logan Ammons, 1st,
3-0 record
•Bye
•Pinned Austin Moore (WSWWW) :51
•Pinned Truman Ashes (WAG) 2:09
•Pinned Logan Boerner (WIN) :27
285 lbs: Geoffrey DeVries, 4th,
0-2 record
•Bye
•Bye
•Pinned by Colton Best (WIN) :44
•Bye
•Pinned by Trazen Doren (AC) 4:44
The team will be in Rapid City
at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Cen-
ter December 7 and 8 for the Rapid
City Invitational Wrestling Tour-
nament. Friday’s matches begin at
2 p.m. and Saturday’s at 9 a.m.
Donnelly noted that 35 teams
particpate in this tournament so
the wrestlers will gain experience
with different techniques from the
various schools.
Philip Area wrestler Lane Blasius has the advantage over an-
other wrestler at the Kimball/White Lake/Platte-Geddes Invita-
tional Wrestling Tournament held in Kimball on Saturday, De-
cember 1. Blasius won his matches and was named “Outstand-
ing Wrestler” for the tournament. ~Courtesy Photo
Philip Area Wrestler Raedon
Anderson wrestling an oppo-
nent at the Kimball/White
Lake/Platte-Geddes Invita-
tional Wrestling Tournament
held in Kimball on Saturday,
December 1. Anderson took
sixth place at the tournament.
~Courtesy Photo
By Coach Ryan Dinger
Eagles vs. Philip
The Wall Eagles boys’ basketball
team dropped their season opener
Friday night December 7 in Philip
69-73.
The Eagles only trailed by two
points after the first quarter, but
rallied in the second quarter to
take a 33-30 halftime advantage.
By the end of the third quarter
the Eagle’s extended their lead
with a score of 52-47.
In the fourth quarter, the Ea-
gles found themselves in foul trou-
ble and Philip was able to take the
lead late in the game with eight
free throws and several easy lay-
ups. The Eagles never gave up and
fought until the clock hit zero.
The team effort was there for
most of the game, but as this team
plays more games together, the
boys will be able to finish this type
of close game with a victory.
Tyler Trask and Lane Hustead
were the leading scorers for the
Eagles with 17 points and 15
points respectively.
Tucker O’Rourke and Tyler Pe-
terson added 10 points each, while
Trevor Anderson had six points in
his first game as a Wall Eagle bas-
ketball player.
The team was 29-86 from the
field for 34 percent and seven out
of 14 from the free throw line for
50 percent.
The Eagles bench players con-
tributed 20 points and were able to
maintain the fast paced game
while several starters were in foul
trouble on the bench.
Eagles vs. Edgemont
The Wall Eagles boys’ basketball
team made the long road trip to
Edgemont on Saturday December
8 and responded with a win over
the Moguls 71-49.
The Eagles started fast to start
the game with a 10-0 run and con-
tinued to dominate the first half
and had a commanding halftime
lead by a score of 40-18.
The Eagles struggled to main-
tain their first half momentum in
the third quarter, but they were
still able to increase their lead to
58-34.
The bench came in and played
the entire fourth quarter and they
were able to secure the win for the
Eagles.
Laketon McLaughlin and Trask
were the leading scorers for the
Eagles with 12 points and 10
points respectively.
Clancy Lytle, Lane Hustead,
and Peterson added nine points
each, while Carson Johnston and
Anderson each had seven points.
The team was 30-64 from the
field for 47 percent and nine out of
19 from the free throw line for 47
percent.
The Eagles bench players con-
tributed to the team victory, as
they scored 32 points.
The team effort improved from
Friday night’s loss, but there is
still room for improvement as the
Eagles travel to Murdo to play
Jones County on Friday December
14.
Eagles 1 - 1 for the season
Tucker O’Rourke pulls up for a
shot during the Philip game
held on Friday, December 7.
The Eagles lost the varsity
game 69 - 73.
~Photo Nancy Haigh
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:Vofor Turnouf - IInnk - .02
µorconf
PvesIdentIu! £!ectovs
:Obnmn nnd IIdon IIocfors
(ÐIM) - l5,l25 - 34.02 µorconf
:Coodo nnd CIymor IIocfors
(COÞ) - 29l - .65 µorconf
:!omnoy nnd !ynn IIocfors
(!II) - 28,232 - 63.49 µorconf
:Johnson nnd Crny IIocfors
(!II) - 8l6 - l.84 µorconf
\nIted Stutes RepvesentutIve
Iov PennIngton County
(vofors couId vofo for uµ fo ono)
:Mnff VnrIIok (ÐIM) - l5,5l6 -
35.32 µorconf
:KrIsfI Þoom (!II) - 28,4l8 -
64.68 µorconf
Pub!Ic \tI!ItIes CommIssIonev
SIx-yeuv
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo ono)
:Mnff McCovorn - (ÐIM) -
l3,08? - 3l.65 µorconf
:KrIsfIo IIogon (!II) - 25,3?2 -
6l.35 µorconf
:!ussoII CInrk (!II) - 2,894 -
?.00 µorconf
Pub!Ic \tI!ItIes CommIssIonev
Iouv-yeuv
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo ono)
:ÞIck Þomoc (ÐIM) - l2,93? -
3l.96 µorconf
:ChrIs ÞoIson (!II) - 2?,536 -
68.04 µorconf
Stute Senutov ÐIstvIct 2?
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo ono)
:JIm Irndford (ÐIM) - 8l - l00
µorconf
Stute Senutov ÐIstvIct 29
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo ono)
:!nrry !hodon (!II) - l84 - l00
µorconf
Stute Senutov ÐIstvIct 30
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo ono)
:Iruco !nmµoIborg (!II) -
3,350 - l00 µorconf
Stute Senutov ÐIstvIct 32
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo ono)
:Sfnn AdoIsfoIn (!II) - 6,409 -
l00 µorconf
Stute Senutov ÐIstvIct 33
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo ono)
:IhII Jonson (!II) - 4,569 5?.44
µorconf
:Mnff McCrnfh (IÞÐ) - 3,385 -
42.56 µorconf
Stute Senutov ÐIstvIct 34
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo ono)
:CrnIg TIoszon (!II) - 8,283 -
l00 µorconf
Stute Senutov ÐIstvIct 35
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo ono)
:Mnrk KIrkoby (!II) - 5,382 -
l00 µorconf
Stute Senutov ÐIstvIct 2?
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo fwo)
:KovIn KIIIor (ÐIM) - 53 - l4.60
µorconf
:IIIznbofh Mny (!II) - 235 -
64.?4 µorconf
:KnfhIoon Ann (IÞÐ) - ?5 -
20.66 µorconf
Stute Senutov ÐIstvIct 29
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo fwo)
:Cnry ! Cnmmnck (!II) - l46 -
53.28 µorconf
:Ðonn WInk (!II) - l28 - 46.?2
µorconf
Stute Senutov ÐIstvIct 30
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo fwo)
:MIko VorchIo (!II) - 2,950 -
54.62 µorconf
:!nnco !ussoII (!II) - 2,45l -
45.38 µorconf
Stute Senutov ÐIstvIct 32
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo fwo)
:JnckIo Swnnson (ÐIM) - 4,0?5
- 29.48 µorconf
:KrIsfIn Conzof (!II) - 5,004 -
36.2l µorconf
:IrInn Cosch (!II) - 4,?42 -
34.3l µorconf
Stute Senutov ÐIstvIct 33
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo fwo)
:!obIn A. Ingo (ÐIM) - 2,?98 -
23.92
:JncquoIIno SIy (!II) - 5,008 -
42.82 µorconf
:Scoff W. CrnIg (!II) - 3,890 -
33.26 µorconf
Stute Senutov ÐIstvIct 34
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo fwo)
:John C WIIImnn (ÐIM) - 2,9??
- l6.56 µorconf
:Ðnn Ðrydon (!II) - 6,l45 -
34.l8 µorconf
:ÐnvId !usf (!II) - 6,355 -
35.35 µorconf
:MIko !onrdon (IÞÐ) - 2,500 -
l3.9l µorconf
Stute RepvesentutIves
ÐIstvIct 35
(vofors couId vofo uµ fo fwo)
:Jny Iond (ÐIM) - 2,208 - l?.?6
µorconf
:Shnno !IobIg (ÐIM) - 2,538 -
20.42 µorconf
:Ðon Koµµ (!II) - 4,305 - 34.63
µorconf
:IInIno ¨ChIµ¨ CnmµboII (!II)
- 3,3?9 - 2?.l8 µorconf
County CommIssIonev
ÐIstvIct 2
(vofors couId vofo for ono)
:Shnron Croon (ÐIM) - 2,238 -
42.59 µorconf
:Þnncy Trnufmnn (!II) - 3,0l?
- 5?.4l µorconf
JustIce G!en A. Sevevson
:Yos - 2?,596 - ?8.23 µorconf
:Þo - ?,6?8 - 2l.?? µorconf
West Ðukotu Wutev Ðev ÐIst
ÐIv Aveu 4
:!nrry Ð. Inkor - l,2l4 - 46.6?
µorconf
:!nvorn I. Koch - l,38? - 53.33
µorconf
ConstItutIonu! Amendment M
:Yos - ll,00? - 2?.99 µorconf
:Þo - 28,3l9 - ?2.0l µorconf
ConstItutIonu! Amendment N
:Yos - l5,868 - 38.3l µorconf
:Þo - 25,555 - 6l.69 µorconf
ConstItutIonu! Amendment O
:Yos - 24,20? - 60.l5 µorconf
:Þo - l6,040 - 39.85 µorconf
ConstItutIonu! Amendment P
:Yos - 2?.6?5 - 68.2l µorconf
:Þo - l2,900 - 3l.?9 µorconf
InItIuted Meusuve 15
:Yos - l8,523 - 43.6l µorconf
:Þo - 23,952 - 56.39 µorconf
ReIevved Iuw 14
:Yos - l8,?89 - 49.65 µorconf
:Þo - 2l,226 - 53.05 µorconf
ReIevved Iuw 16
:Yos - l?,2l8 - 40.?3 µorconf
:Þo - 25,055 - 59.2? µorconf
by IuuvIe HIndmun
Tho WnII CIfy CouncII mof on
Thursdny, Þovombor 8, nf 6:30
µ.m. nf fho WnII CommunIfy Con-
for moofIng room.
Sgf. Ðnn WnrdoI wIfh fho Ion-
nIngfon Counfy ShorIff`s Ðoµnrf-
monfs Informod fho bonrd fhnf fho
ShorIff`s offIco hns oxcoodod fho
mInImum hours roquIrod nnd nro
µrovIdIng qunIIfy sorvIcos fhnf fho
cIfy µnys for.
!nndy CrIoboI wIfh fho Youfh
IoofbnII grouµ nskod fho councII
for uso of fho Crnnd HnII nnd fo
nIso wnIvo fho foos for fho grouµ fo
hnvo n µofIuck suµµor nnd hnnd
ouf nwnrds. Tho councII nµµrovod
hIs roquosf.
IuIIdIng µormIf for fho ÐIscounf
MnII fo consfrucf n fonco bohInd
fhoIr buIIdIng wns dIscussod.
CouncII mombors fooI fho fonco
wouId bo n snfofy Issuo nnd wIII
comµIIcnfo µnrkIng Issuos In fho
bnck of fho µosf offIco. Tho ownor
nnd ronfor of fho µroµorfy wIII bo
nskod fo nffond fho Ðocombor
councII moofIng.
:WnII Ðrug wns nµµrovod fo In-
sfnII n now fncndo for fho WnII
Ðrug MnII.
:CondIfIonnI !so for fho IoI-
Ishod IInky wns ronowod for nn-
ofhor fhroo yonrs.
An ordInnnco wIII bo drnwn uµ
whIch wIII IncIudo fIorod fInos for
commorcInI busInossos cnughf
usIng nnofhor commorcInI busI-
noss` dumµsfor.
Mnyor Ðnvo Hnhn nskod If Iro-
sfon Johnson, IInnnco OffIcor Cnr-
oIynn Andorson, fwo councII mom-
bors nnd hImsoIf nµµrovo bIds for
fho nIrµorf snow romovnI oquIµ-
monf. Hnhn dIdn`f wnnf fo cnII n
sµocInI moofIng for fhIs µurµoso.
TrnffIc hns boon sµoodIng
fhrough fho grnvoI µnrkIng Iof nnd
Hnhn nskod, ¨How do wo hnndIo
fhIs Issuo¨¨ SIgns hnvo boon µosfod
for ¨Þo OvornIghf CnmµIng¨ nnd
¨Iroo CIfy InrkIng,¨ buf fho sIgns
nron`f boIng onforcod. If wns do-
cIdod fo µosf sµood IImIf sIgns nf
fho grnvoI µnrkIng Iof nnd fho oId
schooI µnrkIng Iof nnd hnvo fho µo-
IIco onforco fho now sµood IImIf.
An ngroomonf hns boon drnwn
uµ nnd nµµrovod fo nIIow doµufIos
fo µnrk fhoIr µorsonnI vohIcIos In
fho µoIIco sfnfIon gnrngo.
IubIIc Works ÐIrocfor Joff CInrk
roµorfod duo fo fho bIg wInd fhnf
wo hnd n couµIo of wooks ngo fho
scrows In n couµIo of fho now sfroof
IIghfs hnvo boon sfrIµµod ouf. Ho
nofod fho mnffor hns boon furnod
ovor fo fho cIfy ongInoor. CInrk Is
wnIfIng fo honr bnck from fho ongI-
noor nf fhIs fImo.
Hnhn roµorfod ho roconfIy nf-
fondod nn Imorgoncy Mnnngo-
monf moofIng nnd sfnfod, ¨Thoro
nro Issuos concornIng fho cIfy.¨ Ho
nskod fho councII whnf wouId hnµ-
µon If fho cIfy Iosf µowor nnd fho
WnII CommunIfy Confor Crnnd
HnII wns fIIIod wIfh µooµIo¨ Ho
wonf on fo sny fhnf fho cIfy hns nn
oµµorfunIfy fo buy nn omorgoncy
gonornfor nnd fhoIr cosf wouId
mnybo bo 25 µorconf. Ho doosn`f
hnvo nn osfImnfo yof buf fho
Imorgoncy Mnnngomonf ÐIrocfor
wIII bo nf fho Ðocombor moofIng.
CInrk wIII gof osfImnfos nnd brIng
bnck fo fho Ðocombor moofIng.
CInrk gnvo nn uµdnfo on fho
sowor/Ingoon µrojocf. AII fho onso-
monfs buf ono hnvo boon sIgnod
who wouId soII fho cIfy fho µroµ-
orfy fhnf fhoy nood. Tho Wnfor
nnd Wnsfo CommIffoo rocom-
mondod fhnf fho cIfy buy fho µroµ-
orfy. A mofIon wns mndo nnd nµ-
µrovod fo nIIow fho commIffoo fo
µurchnso fho µroµorfy.
Tho AmbuInnco ÐIsfrIcf Ionso
ngroomonf wns rovIowod. If wns
docIdod fo gof fho squnro foofngo of
fho buIIdIng fhnf housos fho nmbu-
Inncos nnd fIro frucks nnd dofor-
mIno fho squnro foofngo In ordor fo
µrofocf fho fIro doµnrfmonf In fho
Ionso ngroomonf.
Tho councII nµµrovod fho bIIIIng
for fho nmbuInnco fo sfnrf by Ðo-
combor l.
CnroIynn Andorson wns gIvon
nµµrovnI fo uso hor oId comµufor
for fho nmbuInnco dIsfrIcf.
Tho AmbuInnco CÐ hns como
duo nnd CnroIynn Andorson nskod
whnf sho shouId do wIfh fho
monoy. Sho hns µuf fho monoy Info
fho gonornI fund for fho fImo
boIng. CouncII nµµrovod fo Ionvo
fho monoy In fho fund unfII fho
AmbuInnco ÐIsfrIcf Is uµ nnd run-
nIng.
IIrsf rondIng of SuµµIomonfnI
AµµroµrInfIon OrdInnnco wns nµ-
µrovod.
!osoIufIon l2-l2: ConfIngoncy
frnnsfors wns nµµrovod.
SIck Ionvo µoIIcy whIch wns dIs-
cussod nf fho ond of Insf yonr wns
broughf uµ ngnIn. JIm KIfformnn
mndo n fow chnngos fo fho µoIIcy
for fho councII fo rovIow. Hnhn
sfnfod, ¨Tho ronson fho µoIIcy wns
chnngod wns duo fo If boIng mIs-
usod.¨ CnroIynn Andorson nofod If
wIII sfIII gof mIsusod nnd wo cnn`f
kooµ fwonkIng fho µoIIcy nnd om-
µIoyoos cnn uso fhoIr comµ fImo for
fhIs ronson. JIm KIfformnn In-
formod fho councII ho wIII bo gof-
fIng hIs knoos roµIncod nnd cnn`f
uso sIck Ionvo whIch Is sfuµId.
CouncII docIdod fhoy wIII grnnf nµ-
µrovnI on n cnso-by-cnso bnsIs nnd
nµµrovod fo Ionvo fho µoIIcy ns If
Is. JIm KIfformnn wns grnnfod n
vnrInnco fo uso fho sIck Ionvo µoI-
Icy fo gof hIs knoos fIxod.
KIfformnn µInf wns nµµrovod fo
bo µInffod Info fwo dIfforonf µroµ-
orfIos.
!ofnII (On-SnIo) IIquor IIconsos
woro nµµrovod for: WnII CoIf
Courso, IndInnds Inr, Inc., Cncfus
Cnfo, Inc. nnd WnII Ðrug Sforo.
Inckngo (Off-SnIo) IIquor II-
consos woro nµµrovod for: !osoboII,
Inc., WnII Iood Confor nnd Jody
CnIIIno, Cornor Innfry.
!ofnII (On-Off SnIo) WIno II-
consos woro nµµrovod for: Inf
Ioy`s IIQ nnd Ð & W µroµorfIos,
Inc., !od !ock !osfnurnnf.
CouncII nµµrovod fho foIIowIng
mInufos for: CIfy of WnII, IIro Ðo-
µnrfmonf, AmbuInnco nnd !Ibrnry.
Iny roquosf numbor fwo for
Cusfom InvIronmonfs for fho now
buIIdIng nf fho nIrµorf In fho
nmounf of $3l,225.l3 wns nµ-
µrovod.
CIfy of WnII bIIIs wns nµµrovod.
IIro doµnrfmonf bIIIs broughf n
dIscussIon bofwoon fho councII nnd
fIro doµnrfmonf mombors who
wouId IIko fo µurchnso n now com-
µufor for fho fIro doµnrfmonf. Cnr-
oIynn Andorson oxµInInod fhnf
fhoIr budgof hns boon sµonf nnd
fhoy hnvo no monoy nf fhIs fImo fo
µurchnso fho comµufor. IIro do-
µnrfmonf mombors nskod fho
councII how fhoy cnn mnko µur-
chnsos whon corfnIn Issuos nrIso
fhnf nron`f In fhoIr budgof¨ Tho
fIro doµnrfmonf mombors wonf on
fo sny fhnf ovoryono noods fo bo
fronfod fnIrIy whon If comos fo
budgofs. Tho fIro doµnrfmonf
mombors nskod, sInco fhoy hnvo no
monoy, cnn fhoy fnko fho fIro
frucks ouf¨ CouncII nskod If fho
comµufor couId wnIf unfII noxf
yonr, fo whIch fhoy roµIIod fhnf If
couId.
Iurchnso ordors for fho fIro do-
µnrfmonf nro nof boIng comµIofod
boforo Ifoms nro boIng µurchnsod.
CnroIynn Andorson snId fhnf sho
Is fho ono who fnkos fho honf for
fhIs Issuo whon fho nudIf Is boIng
µorformod. JIm KIfformnn snId ho
hnd µurchnsod Ink for fho fIro do-
µnrfmonf comµufor nnd usod fhoIr
crodIf cnrd nnd fIIIod ouf fho µur-
chnso ordor whon ho gof homo.
Iurchnso ordors wIII bo fIIIod ouf
fIrsf from now on.
ICC!A roquosfod fo hnvo fho
foos wnIvod for fhoIr HnIIowoon
CnrnIvnI nnd crnff show fnbIo nf
fho Crnnd HnII. CouncII nµµrovod.
IInnnco OffIcor CnroIynn Andor-
son roµorfod on fho !Isk Mnnngo-
monf Workshoµ sho roconfIy nf-
fondod. Sho hns sonf ouf n IIsf of II-
nbIIIfy Issuos fhnf fho cIfy shouId
ImµIomonf. Thoy wIII bo rovIowod
nnd dIscussod nf fho noxf moofIng.
IubIIc Works ÐIrocfor Joff CInrk
Informod fho councII fhnf WoII ? Is
sfIII down nnd ho Is wnIfIng for
Wosforn IngInoorIng ConfrnI fo
gof In fouch wIfh hIm. CoII l fosf
rosuIfs nro bnck In nnd fho nornfor
fhnf fho cIfy ongInoor hns µroµosod
fo fho cIfy wouId hoIµ fho coII
mnko boffor wnsfo wnfor.
A mofIon fo onfor Info oxocufIvo
sossIon for fho µurµoso of dIs-
cussIng µorsonnoI Issuos nccordIng
fo SÐC! l-25-2 wns nµµrovod.
CouncII onforod ouf of oxocufIvo
sossIon nnd fho moofIng wns nd-
journod.
Tho noxf councII moofIng wIII bo
hoId on Thursdny, Ðocombor 6, nf
6:30 µ.m. nf fho WnII CommunIfy
Confor moofIng room.
City CounciI approves Iiquor Iicense appIications renewaIs
Official 2012 Pennington
County election results
May this day be fiIIed with aII
of the things you hoId dear.

hanksglvlng
rcctlngs
Peaa¡agtoa Couaty
Couraat
Don, 1ami, Pnn, Laurie ö Correspondents
Vofornn`s Ðny 20l2 wns coIo-
brnfod nf fho WnII SchooI on Mon-
dny, Þovombor l2.
Tho SonIor CInss of 20l3 wns In
chnrgo of fho µrogrnm. VIoIInIsf
!IbbI Sykorn nnd MnddI Inuor
µorformod fho Sfnr SµnngIod Inn-
nor. Tho WnII KIndorgnrfon CInss
Iod fho IIodgo of AIIogInnco.
Tnrnn IIsonbrnun nnd !ydor
WIIson woIcomod fho crowd nnd
fho hIsfory of Vofornn`s Ðny wns
gIvon.
!oII cnII wns gIvon by Iornnrd
Iosfor nnd vofornns sfood ns fhoIr
nnmos woro cnIIod.
!omombrnnco of InIIon Horoos
wns gIvon for fho foIIowIng:
:Ðwnyno M. CoIomnn wns born
Ocfobor 2?, l924 In Wnsfn. Ho
grndunfod from Wnsfn nnd nf-
fondod Tho !nIvorsIfy of
WyomIng. CoIomnns sorvod ns nn
offIcor In fho !S Army AIr Corµs
ns n nnvIgnfor on fho I-24 bombor
wIfh ncfIon In Iurmn, SInm nnd
IndIn. IunornI sorvIcos for Ðwnyno
M. CoIomnn woro hoId AµrII 24,
20l2, wIfh mIIIfnry honors nf
MounfnIn VIow Comofory.
:MIchnoI J. ChnµoII grow uµ
nnd nffondod schooI In WnII, Soufh
Ðnkofn. Ho sorvod fhroo yonrs In
fho Army MIIIfnry from l9?l -
l9?4. Ho wns sfnfIonod In mnny Io-
cnfIons, bofh foroIgn nnd fho
!nIfod Sfnfos. A momorInI sorvIco
wns hoId on IrIdny, Juno l3, wIfh
Inuromonf nf fho IInck HIIIs Þn-
fIonnI Comofory.
:Konnofh C. !ovIk wns good
frIonds wIfh ÐnvId WhIfwor. Ho
IIvod In WnII unfII ho joInod fho
Army Is l952. Affor bnsIc frnInIng
ho wns sfnfIonod for fhroo yonrs In
Cormnny, nnofhor fhroo yonrs In
HnwnII, nnd ono yonr In VIofnnm.
Ho wns nssIgnod fo fho SIgnnI
Corµs nnd hnd foµ socrof cIonrnnco
unfII ho nffnInod fho rnnk of ChIof
Wnrrnnf OffIcor. Affor sorvIng
ovor 20 yonrs ho rofIrod from fho
Army. !ovIk µnssod nwny on Ðo-
combor 25, 20ll. Inuromonf wIfh
mIIIfnry honors wns hoId nf fho
IInck HIIIs ÞnfIonnI Comofory.
:IrwIn I. IIsonbrnun nnd hIs
fnmIIy omIgrnfod from IIfzbock
Cormnny whon IrwIn wns fwo
yonrs oId. Ho wns drnffod nf fho
ngo of 20 nnd sorvod In fho !S
Army nf vnrIous IocnfIons boforo
rocoIvIng hIs honornbIo dIschnrgo.
CommIffnI sorvIcos wIfh mIIIfnry
honor wns hoId on Mny l, 20l2 nf
fho IInck HIIIs ÞnfIonnI Como-
fory.
:CIIfford Ð. SznrkowskI joInod
fho Army ÞnfIonnI Cunrd In l94l.
In l942 ho wns doµIoyod fo fho Iu-
roµonn nnd AfrIcnn Wnr nrons
whoro ho sorvod In combnf sIfun-
fIons for fwo yonrs. Ho wns µuf fo
rosf In fho IInck HIIIs ÞnfIonnI
Comofory on Jnnunry 2, 20l2,
:Iurfon Iugono Crnwford on-
IIsfod In fho Þnvy AIrs Corµs In
l942 nnd wns honornbIy dIs-
chnrgod In l946. IunornI sorvIcos
woro hoId on Iobrunry 24, 20l2.
Informonf foIIowod nf IInck HIIIs
ÞnfIonnI Comofory wIfh mIIIfnry
honors.
:!ynn WIIIInms onforod Info fho
Army In l945. Ho fook hIs bnsIc
frnInIng nf Cnmµ !IvIngsfon,
!ouIsInnn. Ho wns nssIgnod fo fho
nrmy bnso In fho AIoufInn IsInnds
nonr Adnk, AInskn, whoro ho
sorvod ns mnII cIork nnd wns fho
comµnny bnrbor for fho l583 IngI-
noor Infnnfry ÐIvIsIon. WIIIInms
µnssod nwny on Mny 28, 20l2. In-
formonf wIfh mIIIfnry honors wns
hoId nf fho IInck HIIIs ÞnfIonnI
Comofory.
:!oborf M. Knufson joInod fho
Army AIr Corµs In l943 nnd
sorvod durIng WorId Wnr II. In-
fornmonf fook µInco on JuIy 2? nf
fho MounfnIn VIow Comofory In
!nµId CIfy. Tho VIW Iosf l2?3
nnd Soufh Ðnkofn ÞnfIonnI
Cunrds µrosonfod MIIIfnry Hon-
ors.
:!Ichnrd !. WIIIuwoIf wns
drnffod Info fho Army nnd wns sfn-
fIonod nf If. !owIs, WnshIngfon
for fwo yonrs. In l990, ho wns
cnIIod uµ fo sorvo hIs counfry wIfh
hIs ÞnfIonnI Cunrd !nIf fo Oµorn-
fIon Ðosorf Sform. Ho µnssod
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Submitted by Sheila Trask
The week here in Elm Springs
started out nice and then we got
a skift of snow and on Saturday
evening it turned cold, snowy
and windy – resulting in stormy
conditions. Sunday too was quite
nippy and windy. This should be
called the first storm of the sea-
son – thus Uno Storm!
Larry and Peggy Gravatt went
down to Sioux Falls on Tuesday
and stayed with niece, Stacey
Denke. They went out for a nice
supper and went down to tour
the beautiful Christmas lights at
Falls Park. They must start put-
ting those lights up in July! They
returned back home on Thurs-
day.
On Sunday, December 2, Clyde
attenced the Elm Springs fire de-
partment pancake supper.
Monday was the NFR calcutta
at Morris and Shirrise Linn’s.
Clyde Arneson and Mark and
Mick Trask were among those in
attendance.
Lonnie and Teri Ann Arneson
were under the weather this
week and spent time healing up
so they could leave on Monday
for the NFR.
Teri Ann Arneson went with
the Butte County 4-H club on
Friday and took pictures of the
wreaths they put on graves.
Darlene Wulf was a Saturday
visitor at Lawrence Burkes.
Lawrence Burke was up to the
doctor this week and came home
looking like hell! Says he's
bruised up on the face and not a
pretty sight!
Lynn Fields was in Sturgis on
Thursday for a FSA committee
meeting.
Sam and Cary Johnston were
on the road for basketball games
in Wall, Philip and Edgemont.
Andy and Kellie Linn were on
the same route with basketball
players. Ben Linn and Carson
Johnston play for the boys and
Emilee Linn and Carlee John-
ston play for the girls.
Kellie Linn’s friend, Sherry
Casey, Rapid City, was out on
Monday and spent the day.
Mel and Dorothy Anderson
met granddaughter Kirstin, her
husband, Doug, and their three
children, Blythe, Nohl and
Margeaux, in Rapid City on
Wednesday for dinner. It's the
first that they have gotten to see
and love new baby Margeaux!
They were passing through from
Colorado to North Dakota.
On Friday Mel and Dorothy
were joined by Bunny and the
'Bunny Hops' as well as Mar-
garet Nachtigall to go out in the
breaks to find the 'perfect'
Christmas tree. A fun time fol-
lowed with lunch, etc.
Sunday, Andersons met with
illlustrator Teri McTighe for
lunch and then attended a book
signing for Mel's new book at the
Journey Museum.
Morris and Shirrise Linn
hosted the Elm Springs calcutta
Monday night.
Kassandra attended the girls’
basketball game in Wall Thurs-
day night. She watched the
Eagle girls play the Scottie girls.
Eagles were victorious.
Morris had a birthday this
week and celebrated in Dead-
wood Saturday night.
Kassandra had dinner at
Grandma and Grandpa Linn's
Saturday before staying the af-
ternoon to help grandma deco-
rate her tree and do other odd
jobs around the house.
Sunday, Shirrise had a table
full of stamping ladies at her
house.
Pat, Rose Mary and family
were in Red Owl on Saturday
evening for mass and the bap-
tism of their new grandson Max-
imillian "Mac" Bruch, son of Tom
and Becky Bruch. Nick, Joe,
Austin and Celine spent the
night at Bruchs as the others
braved the storm and went
home.
Tom and Shelia Trask and
Tomilyn went to Rapid City Fri-
day to watch the Rapid City Invi-
tational Wrestling Tournament.
Jim and Carolyn Wilsey have
had errands in town a couple
days but otherwise stayed close
to home.
Philip and Mary Kay Wilson
were in Hoven on the weekend to
spend time with Mary Kays par-
ents before they leave for Califor-
nia.
Kenneth Wilson was in Pierre
for business on Wednesday.
It appears that most of the
community has been staying
close to home, doing chores and
preparing for Christmas activi-
ties!
Pennington County Courant • December 13, 2012 • Page 4
Socials
Wall News
Gathered by Frances Poste
Merlin and Mary Jane Doyle
went to Gillette on Saturday to
help Max Croell celebrate his first
birthday. They picked up Jim
Doyle in Spearfish to go with them.
Kay Leonard attended her Class
of 51 luncheon Monday in Rapid
City,
Diane Geigle had back surgery
at the Surgical Center in Rapid
City Monday. She is doing okay.
Norma and Marvin Williams
went to Minneapolis for their son’s
surgery on Monday. Travis has a
tumor on his right lung – the sur-
gery is to remove it by taking the
lower part of the lung. Travis is
Lyle and Viola’s grandson. We wish
for him, good luck.
The flag flew at half staff on Fri-
day, December 7, by proclamation
of President Obama to remember
Pearl Harbor Day.
Roy Hamann is feeling almost
“up to par” – at least he and
Dorothy are back to having coffee
at the drug store each morning.
Good to have you back, Roy.
Pie Day in Pierre was last Sat-
urday Don’t know if there was a
bus from Wasta, but there was one
from Rapid City. They stopped for
doughnuts on their way to get pie!
Now that is living it up.
The Wall High School Class of
1954 had their monthly lunch last
Thursday, the drug store being
their choice for December. The
original class had 15, five of those
are deceased, but out of the 10 re-
maining, seven were in atten-
dance. What a good response!
Friends and spouses made up the
total of 23 enjoying the lunch.
Again we offer condolences to
the McDonnell family. Vern died
just a week after his twin, Tom,
had passed away. What a wonder-
ful, long life they had together.
Just a reminder – the senior cit-
izens will not have a potluck sup-
per this month. Will look forward
to it in January.
Listed in the obituaries in the
“Courant” were Eva Forkner and
Robert Reedy. Eva was a sister of
Lucille Huether. Lucille had an-
other sister, Gertrude Wooden,
who died a few months ago, leav-
ing Lucille and her sister, Phyllis,
Reub, the last surviving of the
Doughty family. “Robbie” Reedy
was one of my pupils in a rural
school I taught in Haakon County.
He was only a second grader, but
was an artist when doing free-
hand drawings of animals. Our
sympathy to the families.
So many parties programs and
concerts are going on before
Christmas. Hope you are able to
attend some of them.
Our weather has turned colder.
Saturday night and Sunday morn-
ing gave us a preview of what win-
ter can be like. Streets were icy in
Wall. Wasta Methodist church did-
n’t have service on Sunday. Fore-
cast for the week shows highs in
the 30s, maybe 40º on Wednesday.
Have a good week.
“A good conscience is a continual
Christmas.” – Benjamin Franklin
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‘Tis the season to be jolly – and
grateful and aware of “little mir-
acles.” For those of you who at-
tended the 2012 Wasta Inde-
pendence Day talent show, you
may recall Andy, the woman who
happened to find Wasta at lunch
time. She and her granddaugh-
ter were traveling “out west.”
She asked if she could have a few
moments time to share a reward-
ing philosophy. “”Look for and
find your own little miracle every
day.” She found three miracles
July 4th right in Wasta! From
the people she met who lived the
small town life, the “rescue” of
her cell phone and later, hand
delivered to her at the camp-
ground!
Her last thought she shared
again, “I ask that each of you try
to find your own ‘little miracle’
everyday.”
Merry Christmas to you and
yours.
Anna Lee Humphrey was in
good spirits and talked of the
Thanksgiving Day feast and fun
with a big family get-together at
granddaughter Lonnie Phillip’s
and husband, Chane’s home. All
Carl and AnnaLee’s kids were
there, so after dinner and a nap
there was more good visiting. A
day enjoyed by all.
Friday was Christmas decorat-
ing at the Wasta Community
Hall. Madi and Ash Gunstiner
are in charge and do an excellent
job. The girls selected almost
“vintage” tree decorations, all of
them handmade, and worked to
make our old hall festive and
welcoming for our potluck sup-
per Saturday.
We had a good crowd, thank
you all. The food is good always,
and your company makes it spe-
cial. Madi and Ash made door
prizes and the lucky winners
were pleased to take home such
creative tree decorations.
Samantha Rancour came along
Saturday and pitched right in to
help with the various last minute
details before supper. Another
girl to help! Yes!
Jamy, Ray and Mavrick
Williams picked up Gramma
near Belvidere and went on to
the Pie Day at Pierre’s Christ-
mas at the Capitol. I haven’t spo-
ken with Jamy or Ray, but hope-
fully they didn’t have bad roads
on their return trip Sunday.
Wasta shares responsibility,
and or credit, with Mark Barnett
for the first Pie Day in 1999. It
turned out to be a day of enjoy-
ment that has become popular
enough to continue. For 11 years
a bus was sent to Wasta to pick
up senior citizens and local
friends. It was all about selling
food on Election Day. Remem-
ber?
Perhaps our storm Saturday
night could qualify as a baby
humdinger. It sure surprised us
still at the community hall!
Faye Bryan, Hazel Kalkbren-
ner and Billie Hulm met at
Dorothy Bathel’s house Sunday
for an afternoon of cribbage.
Faye said it was a lot of fun. I
didn’t ask who was the big win-
ner, but maybe being together for
a game they enjoy made them all
winners!
Speaking of Dorothy Bathel,
she has made some beautiful
wind chimes using rocks she
found and polished. Dorothy and
Babe made some unique bird-
houses using their rocks a few
years ago and I still treasure
mine.
Upcoming events – Wall Ele-
mentary School program, Mon-
day December 10; High
school/junior high program Mon-
day, December 17; Sports – jun-
ior high girls’ final basketball
game at Kadoka December 15;
last home game for high school
boys and girls is December 18.
Special Santa Watch: Santa’s
helper at the North Pole has
been in touch via S.E. Mail with
Wasta’s special representative in
charge of “Requesting Santa’s
Appearance” and Wasta has been
cleared for this visit from Santa,
Saturday December 22.
Exact timing is a little tricky,
what with storms and other air
traffic, but Wasta will have a
watch alert with carols around 5
p.m. (meet at the community
hall) and at 6:30 p.m. carolers
and all others who want to visit
with Santa will gather at the
hall for drinks and munchies and
more singing.
Be prepared to entertain
Santa with a joke, a song, a
magic trick or a poem or dance.
This is exciting!
We apolgize for misspelling
Louis Rancour’s name in last
week’s paper.
Happy Christmas Trails!
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Dowling Community Church
Memorial Day through Labor Day
Service 10:00 a.m.
Badlands Cowboy Ministry
Bible Study • Wednesdays
Wall Rodeo Grounds • 279-2681
Winter 5:30 p.m. • Summer 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 Wes Wileman
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 Pastor Cornelius R. Stam
“From a child thou hast known the Holy
Scriptures, which are able to make thee wise
unto salvation, through faith which is in Christ
Jesus” (II Tim. 3:15).
Timothy was a fortunate young man. His father was not
a believer in Christ, but his godly mother made up for this
lack as, day after day, from his earliest childhood, she
taught him the Word of God. As a result he came to know
Christ at an early age and later became St. Paul’s faith-
ful co-worker and close associate in making known the
wonderful “good news of the grace of God.”
In his very last letter the great Apostle Paul recalls Tim-
othy’s “unfeigned faith… which dwelt first in thy grand-
mother Lois, and thy mother Eunice”(II Tim. 1:5).
If only we had more such mothers and grandmothers
today, with husbands to help them! If only our American
children were not set adrift on a restless sea of human
speculation, but were taught the eternal truths of God’s
Word, the Bible!
We all need to “know the Holy Scriptures,” not only be-
cause they teach reverence for God and build moral char-
acter, but most of all because they “are able to make [us]
wise unto salvation through faith… in Christ Jesus.”
The theme of the Bible, the Old Testament as well as
New, is the Lord Jesus Christ, the riches of whose saving
grace are unfolded to us in the Epistles of Paul, the chief
of sinners saved by grace. It was to Paul that God com-
mitted the preaching of the cross of Christ. He it is who
tells us about the riches that flow from Calvary. He it is
who tells us, by divine inspiration that:
“…WE HAVE REDEMPTION THROUGH
[CHRIST'S] BLOOD, THE FORGIVENESS OF
SINS ACCORDING TO THE RICHES OF HIS
GRACE” (Eph. 1:7).
“THAT IN THE AGES TO COME HE MIGHT
SHOW THE EXCEEDING RICHES OF HIS
GRACE IN HIS KINDNESS TOWARD US
THROUGH CHRIST JESUS” (Eph. 2:7).
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Born: Autust 21, 2012 Weight: 5 lbs. 13 oz. 19”
Parents: Aaron & Emily Kitterman,
Rose Hill, KS
Big Sister: Ivy Kitterman
Paternal Grandparents:
John & Candee Kitterman, Wall, SD
Aunt: Sarah Calhoon, Bel Aire, KS
Aunt & Uncle: Ashley & Tim Hedblom,
Huron, SD
Paternal Great-Grandparents:
Boyd & Ann Kitterman, Wall, SD
Bea Ramsey & the late Chuch Ramsey,
Spearfish, SD
The late Oliver & Emma Livermont
Maternal Grandparents:
Lou Bates, Bel Aire, Ks
Ross & Becky Calhoon, Wichita, KS
Maternal Great-Grandparents:
Ruth & the late Al Calhoon, El Dorado, KS
The late Della & Frank Bates, Hutchinson, KS
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Christmas Open House
December 16th • 10 a. m. - 3 p. m.
Nan Miller’s house, 308 Glenn St., Wall, SD
•Celebrating Home •Coleman Creations
•Avon •Liz’s Design •Lillian’s Goodies
•Christy’s Crafts & Much More!
•Refreshments will be served •Drawing for Prizes
Stop by on your way to the Community Center.
Come help us celebrate
Mary Roeder’s college graduation
Sunday, December 16
2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Wall
Snacks and refreshments available
Vern McDonnell__________________
Vern McDonnell, age 101, of
Quinn, S.D., died Friday, Decem-
ber 7, 2012, at the Hans P. Peter-
son Memorial Hospital in Philip.
Vern McDonnell was born May
15, 1911, on his parents’ home-
stead 10 miles north of Quinn, the
son of Frank and Ida (Riesing) Mc-
Donnell. He grew up on the home-
stead and received his education at
the Huron Township Rural School
in that area.
He worked on the Grandma Mc-
Donnell farm for several years. He
also farmed with his parents until
entering the U.S. Army on July 8,
1942. He served until his honor-
able discharge on November 17,
1945. He returned to the Quinn
area where he continued on that
family farm.
Vern was united in marriage to
Beulah A. Harrison on June 6,
1949, in Wall, and to this union
was born a son, Steven. They made
their home on their present farm
which they farmed their entire
married life. In 2005, the farm be-
came a century farm, having been
in the family for 100 years.
After Beulah’s death on April 17,
1994, Vern continued to reside on
the farm until March 1, 2006,
when health reasons forced him
into the Philip Nursing Home.
Vern was a member of St.
Patrick’s Catholic Church of Wall,
the FJ Willuweit VFW Post #9120
of Quinn, and the Carroll-McDon-
ald American Legion Post #246 of
Wall.
Survivors include his son,
Steven McDonnell and his wife,
Terry Jo, of Quinn; four grandchil-
dren, Rhonda McDonnell of Wall,
Coral McDonnell of Denmark,
Brady McDonnell and his wife,
Sherri, of Rapid City, and Jay Mc-
Donnell of Quinn; nine great-
grandchildren, Madison, Laketon,
and Cooper McLaughlin of Wall,
Sara Rose McDonnell of Denmark,
Allan, Bradan, Rylan and Taylor
McDonnell of Wall, and Finn Mc-
Donnell of Rapid City; and a host
of other relatives and friends.
In addition to his wife Beulah,
Vern was preceded in death by his
parents; a grandson, Travis Mc-
Donnell; and his twin brother,
Tom.
Mass of Christian burial was cel-
ebrated Tuesday, December 11, at
St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in
Wall, with Father Leo Hausmann
as celebrant.
Music was provided by Gene and
Rita Patterson.
Ushers were Madison and
Cooper McLaughlin and Bradan
McDonnell.
Pallbearers were Brady, Allan
and Jay McDonnell, Laketon
McLaughlin, and Gene and Curt
Willuweit.
Interment with military honors
was held at the Wall Cemetery.
Arrangements were with the
Rush Funeral Chapel of Wall.
His online guestbook is available
at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Robert “Barney” Pfeifer____________
Robert “Barney” Pfeifer, age 65, of
Philip, S.D., died Sunday, December
2, 2012, at his home in Philip.
Robert Lee “Barney” Pfeifer was
born March 27, 1947, in Philip, the
son of Lawrence and Marie (Han-
son) Pfeifer. He grew up in Philip
and graduated from Philip High
School in 1965. As a young man, he
worked for Tri-State Milling in
Philip for five years and later
worked for Hubbard Milling in Wall,
after it was purchased by Tri-State
Milling.
Barney was united in marriage to
Diane Slovek on August 5, 1966, in
Philip, and to this union were born
three daughters, Shelli, Tammi and
Krystal.
In the mid-1970s, he purchased
the Philip Processing Plant which
he operated for 15 years. He sold the
processing plant in 1993. He contin-
ued to own and operate a ranch
north of Philip.
Survivors include two daughters,
Shelli Dowdy of Gillette, Wyo., and
Tammi Williams and her husband,
Scott, of Rapid City; four grandchil-
dren, Bryan, Derek, and Kelsey
Dowdy, and Hannah Williams; three
brothers, George Pfeifer and his
wife, Donna, of St. Maries, Idaho,
Leo Pfeifer and his wife, Janet, of
Lynnwood, Wash., and Roy Pfeifer
and his wife, Margaret, of Philip;
one sister, Ella Mae Ketchum of
Marysville, Wash.; two sisters-in-
law, Helen Pfeifer of Philip, and Vi-
olet Pfeifer of Highmore; and a host
of other relatives and friends.
Barney was preceded in death by
his daughter, Krystal; two brothers,
Melvin and Larry Pfeifer; and one
sister, Elaine Williams.
At Barney’s request, no services
are scheduled.
Cards may be sent to Tammi
Williams, 840 Kingswood Dr. Rapid
City, SD 57702
Arrangements are with the Rush
Funeral Home of Philip.
His online guestbook is available
at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Harold Schnee_________________________________
Harold Schnee, age 95 of
Kadoka, S.D., died Wednesday, De-
cember 5, 2012, at the Kadoka
Nursing Home.
Harold Glen Schnee was born
April 7, 1917 at Kadoka to Robert
Henry and Maggie (Illingworth)
Schnee. He grew up in the Kadoka
area and attended rural school
prior to graduating from Kadoka
High School in 1935.
Harold farmed and ranched with
his father until entering the U.S.
Army in July 1942. After basic
training, he was sent to Camp
Hale, Colo., where he was attached
to the 680th Medical Collecting Co:
a medical team who cared for the
wounded in the field. This unit was
attached to the 87th Infantry and
was sent to Kiska in the Aleutian
Islands. After their needs were met
there, they were sent back to the
United States and joined the 10th
Mts. Division, ski troops and 4-
5000 head of horses and mules
who were all sent to the northern
mountains in Italy. The mules
were used in the mountains in
place of heavy equipment.
After his discharge,
he returned to the Kadoka area
where he owned and operated a
dairy business for 36 years. Harold
furnished dairy cows for achieve-
ment days and for 4-H young peo-
ple for many years. During this
time he was a member of the State
Dairy Commission under Governor
Richard Kneip. In 1980, he sold
the dairy business and went into
the sheep business for many years.
He was one of the first volunteers
to deliver Meals On Wheels to peo-
ple around Kadoka. He was an
avid motorcyclist for over 30 years.
He was united in marriage to
Mary Jane Burton on August 19,
1967, at Cheyenne, Wyo. They
made their home on the Schnee
farm all their married life.
Harold was a member of the
Presbyterian Church where he
served as a deacon for many years.
He was a driving enthusiast of
horses and mules and helped pro-
mote many wagon trains. He was
a member of the Kadoka School
Board for over 25 years, serving as
president for a number of years,
and served on many dairy and
sheep activities over the years.
Harold was also a member of the
American Legion Post #27 of
Kadoka.
Grateful for having shared his
life are his wife, Mary Schnee of
Kadoka; one son, Clinton Schnee
and his wife, Darlene, of Kadoka;
two daughters, Carol LaBau and
her husband, Doyle, of Rapid City
and Caron Mielke and her hus-
band, Rick, of Piedmont; a step
son, Steve Burton of Colorado
Springs, Colo.; a step daughter,
Teresa Smith and her husband,
Rob, of Little Rock, Ark.; four
grandchildren, Ted Schnee of
Kadoka, Angela McKeehan of
Kadoka, Erika Mielke of Pied-
mont, and Mikala Mielke of Rapid
City; three step grandchildren,
Nate Smith and Jacob Smith of
Nashville, Tenn., and Cole Burton
of Colorado Springs, Colo.; five
great-grandchildren, Aubrey
Schnee of Kadoka, and Ana, Molly,
Kate and Max McKeehan of
Kadoka; two step great-grandchil-
dren, Riley and T.J. Burton; sev-
eral nieces and nephews; and a
host of other relatives and friends.
Harold was preceded in death by
his parents; his first wife, Norene
B. (Shroll) Willert; two brothers,
Linton and Milo Schnee; one sister,
Ruth Solberg; a great-granddaugh-
ter, Baylee Mae McKeehan; a step
daughter, Cindy (Burton) Thomp-
son; and a step grandson, Matt
Van Houten.
Services were held Saturday, De-
cember 8, at the Presbyterian
Church in Kadoka, with Pastor
Gary McCubbin officiating.
Music was provided by Lyndy
Ireland and Joyce Wheeler.
Ushers were Bud Weller and
W.O. Weller.
Pallbearers were Dale Schnee,
Jeff Schneiderman, Doyle LaBau,
Rob Smith, Steve Burton and Ted
Schnee. Honorary pallbearers
were Nathan, Heath and Rodney
Schnee, Kenton McKeehan, Veryl
Prokop, Mel Carleton, Rick Mielke
and Bob McCormick.
Private family interment will
take place at the Kadoka Ceme-
tery.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial
has been established to the
Kadoka Nursing Home and the
Presbyterian Church of Kadoka.
Cards and memorials may be
sent to P.O. Box 437, Kadoka, SD
57543.
Arrangements were with the
Rush Funeral Chapel of Kadoka.
His online guestbook is available
at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Ruby Ann Cadman_______________
Ruby Ann Cadman, age 75, of
Rapid City, S.D., formerly of
Kadoka, died Monday, December 3,
2012, at the Rapid City Regional
Hospital.
Ruby Ann McCartney was born
January 27, 1937, in Clinton, Mo.,
the daughter of John Albert and
Eula Mae (Houck) McCartney. She
grew up in Clinton where she re-
ceived her education, graduating
from high school in 1956.
Ruby was united in marriage
February 9, 1957, to D. Robin Cad-
man in Clinton. They began their
married life in Cottonwood, where
Robin worked at various ranches
in the area. Later, they made their
home in Kadoka while their kids
attended school, and they had a
dairy on the edge of town.
They moved to Moorcroft, Wyo.,
in 1982 where Ruby worked as a
cook. They lived there until 1986,
when they returned to Kadoka.
She worked in the Kadoka School
System until health reasons forced
her retirement in 1996.
Her husband, Robin, preceded
her in death on October 16, 1995.
She remained in Kadoka until
moving to Rapid City in December
2001, where she has since resided.
Ruby was a member of the Kadoka
Presbyterian Church and later the
South Maple United Methodist
Church of Rapid City. She was also
a member of the Rebeccah Lodge
and a member of the Buffalo Stam-
pede, both of Kadoka. She enjoyed
bowling, reading, sketching and
painting.
Survivors include a son, Don
Cadman and his wife, Tammy, of
Holabird; a daughter, Dixie Cad-
man of Box Elder; a grandson,
Josh Cadman of Box Elder; a
brother, Lewis Hook of Louisiana;
and two sisters, Gloria French and
Cheryl Howard, both of Missouri.
In addition to her husband,
Robin, she was preceded in death
by a son, David Cadman.
Graveside services were held at
Thursday, December 6, at Black
Hills National Cemetery near
Sturgis with Pastor Sharla Mc-
Caskell officiating.
Arrangements were with the
Rush Funeral Home of Philip.
Her online guestbook is avail-
able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
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Ruland Arena, LLC., held a
Black Hills Roping Club team rop-
ing on Saturday, December 1,
2012. There were 350 teams for
the one day roping.
Results:
•Open Incentive roping - 54
teams. Go winners: First - Levi
Lord/Jade Nelson - 5.63; Second -
J.B. Lord/Paul Griemsman - 5.80.
Average winners: First - C.Y.
Christenson/Prestyn Novack -
29.43; Second - Shaun
Ruland/Jake Nelson - 32.34; Third
- Levi Lord/Jade Nelson - 32.74;
Fourth - Troy Richter/Dan Lindsey
- 37.65; Fifth - Shaun Ruland/Dan
Lindsey - 38.52.
•Number Nine roping - 62
teams. Go winners: First - Scott
White/Dan Nelson - 5.53; Second -
Shaun Ruland/Ora Taton - 5.56.
Average winners: First - Scott
White/Levi Lord - 18.24; Second -
Scott White/J.B. Lord - 18.94;
Third - Levi Lord/Prestyn Novack -
18.96; Fourth - Wyatt Mann/Levi
Lord - 20.59; Fifth - Max Thomp-
son/Jake Nelson - 21.11.
•Number Five roping - 80
teams. Go winners: First - Steve
McDaniel/Trey Richter - 6.98; Sec-
ond - Dewey Ertz/Les Triltrum -
7.57. Average winners: First -
Steve McDaniel/Trey Richter -
24.02; Second - Levi
Hapney/Austin O’Dea - 29.66;
Third - Erin Simon/Bryan Bickel -
32.54; Fourth - Jim Selchert/Glen
King - 33.06; Fifth - Larry Ru-
land/Rocky Tibbs - 33.45; Sixth -
Erin Simon/Rocky Tibbs - 34.83.
•Draw Incentive Pot roping
- 109 teams. Go winners: First -
Dan Lindsay/Ora Taton - 5.88; tie
for Second and Third - Tim Nel-
son/Ora Taton and Scott
White/Levi Lord - 6.06. Average
winners: First - Wyatt
Treeby/Bryan Bickel - 16.85; Sec-
ond - Myron Mann/Matt Jones -
18.79; Third - Scott White/Levi
Lord - 18.94; Fourth - JB Lord/Dal-
ton Richter - 18.98; Fifth - Denise
Nelson/Dan Nelson - 20.23; Sixth -
Wyatt Mann/Klay O’Daniel - 20.36.
Ruland Arena roping results
November 2012, Pennington
County Sheriff’s Dept. report
During the month of November
2012, the Pennington County Sher-
iff's Office recorded the following
statistics in and around the com-
munity of Wall:
Time
City hours: . . . . . . . . . . . . .467.00
City hrs other deputies . . . . .3.00
Total City hours . . . . . .470.00
Training hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.00
Vacation/Sick hrs . . . . . . . . .14.00
County hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10.50
# of times called out/Hrs . . . .0.00
Arrest
Warrants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Non-Warrants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Calls For Service
Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Alcohol Violations . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Animal Complaints . . . . . . . . . . .2
Assaults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Assist Other Agencies . . . . . . . . .8
Attempt to Locate . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Burglary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Civil Problem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Community Activity . . . . . . . . . .4
Coroner Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Business Check . . . . . . . . . . . .180
Disturbance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
DPP/Vandalism . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Drugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Extra Patrol . . . . . . . . . . . . . .238
Fire Medical Assist . . . . . . . . . . .4
Follow-up Investigation . . . . . .15
Found or Lost Property . . . . . . .1
Calls for Service
Keep the Peace . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Minor Consuming . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Murder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Runaway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
School Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
SOLV Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Suicide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Suspicious Activity . . . . . . . . . . .8
Theft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Weapons Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Welfare Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
911 Hang up Calls . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Civil Patrol
Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Served . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
City Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Traffic Activity
Citations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Injury Accidents . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Non-Injury Accident . . . . . . . . . .7
DUI's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Motorist Assist . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
School Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Skate/Bike Citation . . . . . . . . . .0
Skate/Bike Warning . . . . . . . . . .0
Speed Trailer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Vehicle/Parking Comp . . . . . . . .5
Please feel free to visit with
Deputies Louis Lange, Darren
Ginn, Jamin Hartland, Sgt. Dustin
Morrison, Lt. Kraig Wood or Capt.
Corey Brubakken with any ques-
tions or concerns related to law en-
forcement in and around the Wall
community.
The Pennington County Board
of Commissioners is now accepting
applications to fill four at large po-
sitions on the SDSU/County Ex-
tension Advisory Board. The board
provides guidance and direction to
the county commissioners in the
development, delivery, and evalu-
ation of 4-H programs and serv-
ices.
Service in these positions is vol-
untary and no compensation will
be derived. Board members are ex-
pected to attend four to six regu-
larly scheduled meeting per year,
as well as any special meetings
which may be called if needs arise.
Per SDCL 13-54-11; the mem-
bership shall be representative of
the racial population mix in the
county and of the various interest
groups served by Extension. In
order to fill this requirement, we
are looking for White and Ameri-
County Extension Advisory Board
looking for new board members
can Indian persons with the major-
ity being between the ages of 18-65
per the 2010 Census results for
Pennington County.
Those who want to be considered
for an appointment are asked to
submit a written statement of in-
terest including your agency or
community affiliation (if applica-
ble), your particular interests as
related to a board of this kind, and
what you can contribute to such a
board to the Commission Office,
315 Saint Joseph Street, Suite 156,
Rapid City, SD 57701.
All statements must be received
in the Commission Office by 4:00
p.m. on Monday, January 7, 2013.
The applicants will appointed at
the January 15th, 2013 Commis-
sion Meeting.
For more information contact
Tiffany Meyer, 4-H Youth Program
Advisor, at 394-2188.
Week in Review
By District 30
Representative Lance Russell
December 6, 2012
Governor Dennis Daugaard pro-
posed a budget to the Legislature
for its consideration on Tuesday,
December 4. The Governor’s pro-
posed budget contains many posi-
tive decisions.
The most positive decision of the
Governor’s proposed budget is
what it does not contain. The Gov-
ernor rejected the Obamacare in-
centives to add 48,000 able-bodied
South Dakotans to the medicade
rolls. This is the fiscally responsi-
ble position and I applaud the Gov-
ernor for refusing to incentivize
people reducing their work income
in order to obtain Medicade bene-
fits. As far as I am concerned, the
government must incentivize work
and income growth, not depend-
ency.
The most troubling decision in
the Governor’s proposed budget is
the addition of only three percent
of general funds for K-12 educa-
tion, while giving more to the
Board of Regents bloated budgets.
Another concern is the spending
millions of dollars on a criminal
justice initiative, where the legis-
lation has not even been written
yet and the initiative is designed to
release convicted criminals back
into our communities quicker.
I am also interested in hearing
from you on the Governor’s pro-
posal to spend millions of dollars of
your money on the Homestake Un-
derground Lab. The National Sci-
ence Foundation has withdrawn
support and the state continues to
invest more heavily in a project
that may never come to fruition.
Thank you for the opportunity to
serve you in the House of Repre-
sentatives and please do not hesi-
tate to contact me at any time on
any issue at 745-3228.
The ballots were counted for the
Pennington County Office Com-
mittee(COC) Election on Decem-
ber 5, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at the
Pennington County FSA Office.
The area up for election was
Local Administrative Area (LAA)
#1. This area consists of Northeast
County Committee election results
Pennington County, east of the
Cheyenne River and north of a line
six miles north of Wall.
The elected member for this
area is Harlan Eisenbraun. Harlan
has served two consecutive terms
for the Pennington County Office
Committee.
South Dakota is known for hav-
ing great saddle bronc riders and a
young one is making a name for
himself in the rodeo arena.
Cole Elshere from Faith, S.D.,
won the fifth round of the Wran-
gler National Finals Rodeo in the
Thomas and Mack Arena on Mon-
day night with an 83-point effort
aboard the Burch Rodeo horse
named Lunatic Fringe. Out of the
15-horse field, that was the one he
wanted and coincidentally, the one
that was randomly drawn for him
to ride.
“I wanted that horse because I
knew I could ride him and he fit
Another S.D. saddle bronc rider
making name for himself at WNFR
my style,” Elshere said. “My plan
the whole time was to just keep
spurring him and seeing what hap-
pened in the end.”
What happened earned the 24-
year-old $18,257 bringing his
earnings here so far to $28,848.
The former Gillette College rodeo
standout used his National Inter-
collegiate Rodeo Association expe-
rience to prepare him for the next
level of competition.
“I learned a lot through college
rodeo,” he said. “I competed
against some great guys on good
horses and it definitely helped me
get to this level.”
Shelby Ruland is the Wall Middle School student of the month
for December 2012. Shelby is in sixth grade and is a great stu-
dent! She is organized and hard-working. Shelby is also kind,
responsible, and respectful. She participates in many activities
including volleyball, basketball, baseball, band, children’s the-
ater and youth to youth. Shelby is the daughter of Shaun and
Michelle Ruland. Kent Jordan from First Interstate Bank pre-
sented Shelby with a First Interstate Bank sweatshirt and bag.
Congratulations Shelby! ~Photo Laurie Hindman
Wall Middle School
student of the month
Wall Celebration Committee
Christmas Party
Sunday – December 16th
EVERYONE IS WELCOME • Wall Community Center
•Roller skating – 1:30 to 3:30 pm
•Christmas Caroling/hay ride – 3:45 to 4:45 pm
•Bingo – 1:30 to 3:30 pm
•Chili supper 5:00 pm – Free will donation
Christmas goodie exchange starts at 6:00 pm – Bring
4 dozen of your homemade goodies to exchange!
CHRISTMAS DECORATION CONTEST
Prizes for: •Best decorated home
•Best decorated business •Best decorated outside tree
Judging will be done on December 14th
Pennington County Courant • December 13, 2012 • Page 7
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Register For:
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Nov. 22-Dec. 31
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diploma or GED certificate. Sec-
retarial or related experience
preferred. The following skills
and abilities are required: type
accurately; basic computer and
office machinery knowledge;
ability to use Microsoft Word and
Excel; great attention to detail;
excellent customer service and
organizational skills; extremely
legible handwriting. Applications
and full job description will be
available at the Haakon County
Courthouse, Register of Deeds
office, 140 S. Howard Ave.,
AUTOMOTIVE
FOR SALE: 1995 Pontiac Fire-
bird, low miles, 25 to 34 mpg,
$2,900 OBO. Must sell by Janu-
ary 1st. Call 515-1460.
P1-2tp
FOR SALE: 1999 F-350 Lariat,
V-10, regular cab, long box,
182K miles, $6,000. Call 545-
3795. P52-2tp
FOR SALE: 1979 Chevrolet Sil-
verado 30, dually with Duralist
DSS 30, 25’ bucket lift. $1,800.
441-9669, Wall. WP11-tfn
FOR SALE: 1998 Ford Expedi-
tion XLT 4x4, cloth seats, power
Philip, SD 57567, or by email:
haakrod@ gwtc.net. Applications
to be accepted until position
filled.
PR16-3tc
HELP WANTED: Farm/Ranch in
west central S.D. looking for ex-
perienced full time help. Duties
include night calving heifers,
calving cows, fencing, building
maintenance, operating and
maintaining haying, feeding and
farming equipment. Horse expe-
rience not necessary. We use
ATVs. Housing and beef fur-
nished. References required.
Salary DOE. Call 843-2869 for
interview appointment or email
resumé to: pjbork@gwtc.net
P1-tfn
RANCH HAND WANTED: Hous-
ing plus utilities & wage. Faith
area. 739-5601. P1-2tc
HOUSEKEEPING POSITION
open at the Kadoka Nursing
Home. Duties are cleaning of res-
idents’ rooms and common
areas. If interested, call 837-
2270 for Ruby or stop and fill out
an application. K1-1tc
HELP WANTED: Dakota Mill &
Grain, Inc. is looking for an ag-
gressive, team-minded, forward-
thinking individual to be a Loca-
tion Manager at our Philip, SD,
location. All applicants and in-
formation is 100% confidential.
Apply to Jack Haggerty at
jackh@dakotamill.com or fax re-
sumé to 718-2844. PW52-2tc
POSITION OPEN: Jackson
County Highway Department
Worker. Experience in road /
bridge construction / mainte-
nance preferred. CDL Pre-em-
ployment drug and alcohol
screening required. Applications
/ resumes accepted. Information
(605) 837-2410 or (605) 837-
2422, fax (605) 837-2447.
K51-3tc
FULL-TIME HOUSEKEEPER /
LAUNDRY PERSON NEEDED at
Days Inn, Wall. Possibly perma-
nent year-round position, start-
ing immediately. Contact
Theresa, 279-2000. PW46-tfn
MISC. FOR SALE
CHRISTMAS LIGHTS!! (4) boxes
of white LED. Nothing wrong
with the lights, just the wrong
color. $32. Call 441-4909 or 859-
3515, leave message.
P1-2tc
WE HAVE THE PERFECT GIFT
for everyone on your holiday list!
Del’s, I-90 Exit 63, Box Elder,
390-9810. PR15-3tp
FOR SALE: 14’x20’ Menard’s
shed kit for sale. It has light gray
siding with slate gray trim. Ask-
ing $3,000 for it; paid $3,700 for
it a couple months ago. The kit
has never been touched and
stored out of the weather. If in-
terested, contact 685-4608.
PR14-2tc
FOR SALE: Rope horse halters
with 10’ lead rope, $15 each. Call
685-3317 or 837-2917.
K44-tfn
NOTICES/WANTED
NEED CLEANING DONE before
the holidays or after? Call Bunny
Bail and girls, 279-2335 or 441-
7026, Wall. PW1-1tc
SEALED BIDS BEING AC-
CEPTED ON: 2003 John Deere
1590 No-till Drill, 15’ working
width, 7-1/2 inch spacing, grass
seeder, agitator, fertilizer box,
dolly wheel. Bids for the drill will
be accepted by East Pennington
Conservation District until Janu-
ary 1, 2013, at 24 Creighton
Road in Wall, SD, or they can be
mailed to PO Box 308, Wall, SD
57790. Please call 279-2519 for
information or viewing of the
drill. We reserve the right to re-
ject any and all bids. PW1-3tc
WE HAVE THE PERFECT GIFT
for everyone on your holiday list!
Del’s, I-90 Exit 63, Box Elder,
390-9810. WP15-3tp
TRIANGLE RANCH BED &
BREAKFAST is available for
brunches, luncheons, dinner
parties and retreats, December -
April. Contact Lyndy, 859-2122,
triangle@gwtc.net, www. trian-
gleranchbb.com P51-8tc
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE: 24x68 doublewide, 3
bedrooms, 2 full baths, new tin
roof and skirting, new paint. Call
Cody, 515-0316. P52-4tc
HOUSE FOR SALE: 300 High St.
in Philip, 2 bedrooms, full base-
ment, great view off back deck.
Call 859-2783 or 859-3249 or
567-3515 to view.
P49-tfn
HOUSE FOR SALE: 307 Myrtle
Ave Philip. 3 bedroom 1.5 bath,
central air, fuel oil heat and wood
stove. Open concept, stainless
steel fridge and stove. washer
and dryer included. Hardwood
laminate floors, separate dining
room. Mostly finished basement.
Ceiling fans throughout. New
windows and roof. Fenced in,
large backyard with cover patio
and storage shed. Can email
photos. Call 859-2470 or (785)
259-4207.
P48-8tc
HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 bedrooms,
2 baths, attached 2-car garage,
large lot. Call 859-2403, Philip.
PR10-tfn
RENTALS
FOR RENT: One bedroom house
in Wall. 279-2865.
PW1-2tc
FOR RENT: Two bedroom apart-
ment in Wall. Call 386-2222.
PW51-4tc
4-BEDROOM HOUSE FOR
RENT IN WALL: Call Stan, 381-
2861 or 279-2861. WP5-tfn
APARTMENTS: Spacious one
bedroom units, all utilities in-
cluded. Young or old. Need rental
assistance or not, we can house
you. Just call 1-800-481-6904 or
stop in the lobby and pick up an
application. Gateway Apart-
ments, Kadoka. WP32-tfn
CLASSIFIED POLICY
PLEASE READ your classified
ad the first week it runs. If you
see an error, we will gladly re-run
your ad correctly. We accept re-
sponsibility for the first incor-
rect insertion only. Ravellette
Publications, Inc. requests all
classifieds and cards of thanks
be paid for when ordered. A
$2.00 billing charge will be
added if ad is not paid at the
time the order is placed. All
phone numbers are with an
area code of 605, unless other-
wise indicated.
THANK YOUS
The Milesville Fire Department
would like to say thank you to the
members of the former Get To-
gether Club for their donation. We
appreciate their generosity!
What fun to go to the post office
and find so many birthday cards
from "home". Thank you so much
to all of you and to my family. You
are a special community.
Shari Ochs
We would like to thank all who
helped us celebrate our anniver-
sary at the Two Bit. Special
thanks to our kids for putting it to-
gether with minimal debate.
Kevin and Jan, Mike and Anita,
and Clay and Holly, thank you
for your participation with the
planning as well. It is amazing
how quickly time passes and we
were blessed to be able to cele-
brate and reminisce with friends
and family.
Richard and Lorayna Papousek
Deadline for Classifieds &
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People read the
newspaper for many
different reasons. Some
want to stay abreast of the latest
local, state and national news, while
others read the sports pages
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Call or stop by your local newspaper
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Box 435 • Wall • (605) 279-2565
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
NOW IS THE chance to buy a
well established & successful
business in the State Capitol of
S.D. The Longbranch is for
SALE (serious inquires only).
Call Russell Spaid 605-280-
1067.
AVON REPRESENTATIVES
NEEDED! Earn up to 50% plus
bonuses. Act FAST to get in on
Christmas sales. No parties,
quotas or inventory required.
877-454-9658.
EMPLOYMENT
MCCORMICK MOTORS FORD
Salem, SD is seeking a Automo-
tive Sales Consultant and a
Service Technician. Benefits:
Health Ins, Vacation, Training.
Contact Matt at 605-425-2442.
REPORTER &?FARMER, an
award winning weekly newspa-
per in the heart of the Glacial
Lakes area, seeks fulltime
news/sports reporter and pho-
tographer. Send resume and
clips to Reporter &?Farmer, PO
Box 30, Webster, SD 57274 or
email suhrs@reporterand-
farmer.com.
REPORTER & FARMER seeks a
full time graphic artist for news-
paper advertisements and print-
ing as well as pagination. Expe-
rience required. We use Quark
but also have a complete line of
Adobe products. Send resume
and information to suhrs@re-
porterandfarmer.com or mail to
PO Box 30, Webster, SD 57274.
RDO EQUIPMENT CO. ñ Com-
petitive wages, benefits, train-
ing, profit sharing, opportunities
for growth, great culture and in-
novation. $1,500 Sign on Bonus
available for Service Techni-
cians. To browse opportunities
go to www.rdoequipment.com.
Must apply online. EEO.
STANLEY COUNTY SCHOOL
DISTRICT is seeking Superin-
tendent of Schools. Applicants
must be licensed or eligible for
licensures as a Superintendent
of Schools in South Dakota.
Send application
(http://www.stanelycounty.k12.
sd.us/employment.htm), cover
letter, and resume with three
references: Mrs. Jessi Fromm,
Business Manager, Stanley
County School District 57-1, PO
Box 370, Fort Pierre, SD 57532,
jessi.fromm@k12.sd.us. Position
closes 1/31/2013. EOE.
WEB DESIGNER/DEVELOPER
Job ID#835. Pierre. Incumbent
provides web design/develop-
ment services for State Govern-
ment clients. Incumbent will de-
sign and develop state of the art
web sites from initial concept
through implementation. We
work with the latest technologies
and offer experience in large-
scale integrated projects with
room for personal growth. We
need someone willing to grow
while working with diverse busi-
ness needs in a dynamic work
environment. We are looking for
an incumbent with creative de-
sign skills, good communication
skills; someone who wants to
make a difference; someone who
wants to be a key player on the
team that provides web solu-
tions for the State of South
Dakota. Starts at $18.58/hr
DOE. For more details and to
apply go to http://bhr.sd.gov
/workforus. EOE.
FOR SALE
INSULATED CONCRETE TIRE
TANK LIDS for rubber tire tanks.
Custom made, 4í-12í width.
Center float hole and drinking
holes. Permanent lids. Hilde-
brand Steel 1-877-867-1485.
NOTICES
ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS
statewide for only $150.00. Put
the South Dakota Statewide
Classifieds Network to work for
you today! (25 words for $150.
Each additional word $5.) Call
this newspaper or 800-658-
3697 for details.
OTR & DRIVER
OPPORTUNITY
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BONUS. New Pay Program!
*Earn up to 50 cpm *Home
Weekly *2500+ miles, 95% no-
tarp. Must be Canadian eligible
(888) 691-5705.
$1500.00 SIGN-ON BONUS!
EXP. OTR Drivers, TBI,
33¢/34¢, $375 mo., health ins.,
credit, 03¢ safety bonus, Call
Joe for details, 800.456.1024,
joe@tbitruck.com.
PETS
KE PUPPIES: In Time For
Christmas!!! Champion Blood-
lines! Excellent Hunters! Great
Personalities! 605-730-2088.
WANTED
ANTLERS, ELK IVORIES, pheas-
ant skins, rattlesnakes and por-
cupines. Ph. 605-673-4345 or
email at clawantlerhide@hot-
mail.com.
APARTMENTS
AVAILABLE
Wall Ridge Apts.
in Wall
2 Bedroom
on-site laundry
facility
PRO/Rental Management
605-347-3077
1-800-244-2826
www.prorentalmanagement.com
PENNINGTON
COuNTy
DELINQuENT REAL
ESTATE TAX LIST
STATE OF SOuTH DAKOTA
COuNTy OF PENNINGTON
TO WHOM IT 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
2011 and prior years shall remain due
and unpaid, will be offered for sale at pub-
lic sale in the manner provided by law on
Monday, December 17, 2012, 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, in-
terest and the cost of advertising and ac-
cruing 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 as-
sessments for the year 2011 and prior
years and such property will be sold for
the amount of special assessments and
to such amount will be added penalty, in-
terest and cost of advertising and the ac-
cruing costs of sale.
Said sale will be continued and ad-
journed 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
2011 and prior years, and such town lots
and city property in said county and state,
liable for the special assessments for the
year 2011 and prior years upon which
taxes now remain due and unpaid, to-
gether with the amount of original tax ex-
tended against said property and each
separate piece and parcel thereof, upon
the original and duplicate tax list of said
county for the year 2011 and assess-
ments unpaid for the year 2011 and prior
years together with the original amount of
such special assessments, as shown by
the records in this office.
This list may not reflect changes in
recorded ownership.
In testimony, I, Janet Sayler, Treasurer
of Pennington County, hereto set my
hand and seal.
Dated at Rapid City, this 4th day of De-
cember, 2012.
/s/ Janet Sayler, County Treasurer
Pennington County, South Dakota
AGAPE LAND SuB
GORSUCH, ERIC L, LOT 3, BAL DUE
2011 $557.64
ASHLAND SuB
REIFF III, RAYMOND G, BLK 1;
W171.68 OF E314.5 OF LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2011 $633.61
ANDRE, ROBERT, BLK 2; LOT F-H
OF LOT 3 LESS S100' OF E60' OF LOT
H, BAL DUE 2011 $349.99
BURNETTE, SR, JAMES, BLK 2; LOT
A OF LOT 3; LOT N OF LOT 3; S1/2 OF
LOT A OF LOT 4, BAL DUE 2011 $427.20
JOHNSON, CLYDE W, BLK 2; LOT 2
OF LOT 2, BAL DUE 2011 $170.26
ASHLAND SuB
#BIRDWELL, MARY K, BLK 6; 1980
SCHULT VIN: 173529, BAL DUE 2011
$95.41
BIRDWELL % PATRICI, M ARY K, BLK
6; LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011 $244.29
JUNDT, JERRY, BLK 8; 1982 DETROI-
TER VIN: MNDH04D27121721A, BAL
DUE 2011 $152.23
ASHLAND SuB #3
WIESER JR/WIESER J, JOHN, BLK 9;
LOT B OF LOT 8, BAL DUE 2011
$161.43
SCHUMACHER, TODD D, BLK 11;
E1/2 OF LOT 5, BAL DUE 2011 $406.49
BATTLE CREEK MT ESTATES SuB
MCNEARY, ROY, 1998 CHIEF VIN:
NEB89A27171, BAL DUE 2011 $782.38
WENZLICK, LARRY A, LOT 24 (ALSO IN
SECTION 18), BAL DUE 2011 $792.93
BEAR'S DEN SuB
KLEIN, IONIA F, THAT PORTION OF
LOT 13 REV LOCATED IN SEC 17;
THAT PORTION OF LOT 13 REV LO-
CATED IN SEC 8, BAL DUE 2011
$3,373.15
BERGER SuB
HORST, RANDALL, LOT B OF TRACT
6, BAL DUE 2011 $269.3SCHU-
MACHER, RANDY, TRACT 1, BAL DUE
2011 $2,020.68
BIG BEND PLACER MS 144
LANGLEY, DENNIS M, LOT 101A-
104A & LOT 111A-113A OF LOT 16OF
LOT A (ALSO IN SEC 17), BAL DUE 2011
$3,418.9LANGLEY/SHAW, DENNIS M,
LOT 105A-106A & LOT 114A-115A OF
LOT 16 OF LOT A, BAL DUE 2011
$1,176.28
BLACK METAL #4 LODE MS 1986
JOHNSON, RICHARD G, LOT 1-3,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,170.76
BLACK METAL #5 LODE MS 1986
CALDWELL, KELLY L, LOT 10, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,553.48
BONNITA SuB
SNEDEKER/AYLWARD, RICHARD J,
LOT 1 0F TRACT B, BAL DUE 2011
$2,560.67
BROCK SuB
LEFLER, DOUGLAS C, LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,517.75
BuCHHOLZ SuB
WARREN, WALDO, LOT 2, BAL DUE
2011 $362.38
BuRLINGTON ESTATES SuB
CHEYENNE RIVER RAN, DRAIN-
FIELD LOT, BAL DUE 2011 $22.8
BuRNS PLACER #697
ATHANS-MCFALLS, STEPHANIE,
1985 WINDSOR VIN: ZWK721413158
REYNOLD'S TRAILER COURT LOT 013,
BAL DUE 2011 $90.55
HUSTON, KENNETH J, 1982 MEDAL-
LION VIN: 7084N REYNOLD'S TRAILER
COURT LOT 014, BAL DUE 2011
$134.81
KING, JON W, 1998 FRIENDSHIP
VIN: MY9818331V, BAL DUE 2011
$418.54
PULSE, DANIEL, BAL OF LOT 52-54,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,251.44
STENSON, SAMANTHA A, 1984
COMMODORE VIN: 3728A REYNOLD'S
TRAILER COURT LOT 012, BAL DUE
2011 $179.79
CALL SuB
DAVIES, CINDY, LOT 2 OF LOT A
LESS W165' & ROW, BAL DUE 2011
$2,228.34
CANDEE SPRING CREEK SuB
LIVINGSTON, ROBERT, LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2011 $7,137.84
CANyON SPRINGS PRESERVE
CANYON SPRING PRES, BLK 1;
COMMON LOT 1 LESS THAT PT IN
NE1/4SW1/4 OF SEC 23 (ALSO IN SEC
23), BAL DUE 2011 $1,138.74
CEDAR GuLCH #2 SuB
MOSS, DOUGLAS L, BLK 1; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $913.44
CLARKSON SuB
CLARKSON FAMILY TR, BLK 4; LOT
1, BAL DUE 2011 $1,580.46
CLEAR CREEK TRACTS
JORGENSEN/BLOUNT, REBECCA J,
TRACT 7, BAL DUE 2011 $5,470.14
CLEGHORN CANyON
GIBSON, MARK L, N1/2 OF LOT 9 &
LOT 10, BAL DUE 2011 $1,370.48
CLEMMONS ADDN
BODINE, DOUG, LOT B, BAL DUE
2011 $1,784.48
COADy'S SuB
HITSHEW, CHERYL L, LOT B, 2011
$.00 Special Assessment $457.48
COCHRAN ADDN
CHAPMAN, CINDY K, LOT 6, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,420.23
COLONIAL VILLAGE ESTATES
WOLBER, TIMOTHY J, LOT 28, BAL
DUE 2011 $2,765.29
COPPER OAKS #1
BROCKMAN, MARK J, LOT 7, BAL
DUE 2011 $2,663.17
COPPER OAKS #3
BROCKMAN/HATLELI, MARK J, BLK
1; LOT 2, BAL DUE 2011 $1,380.89
CORDES II SuB
SCHUMACHER, MICHAEL, BLK 1;
1988 SCHULT VIN: 233161AC; LOT 2,
BAL DUE 2011 $380.94
CORRIEDALE SuB
SANFORD, ERNEST D, BLK 5; LOT
16, BAL DUE 2011 $931.99
COuNTRy HILLS SuB #3
MCKEE, MICHAEL T, LOT 1 (ALSO IN
SEC 26), BAL DUE 2011 $1,359.19
COuNTRySIDE SuB
PEARSON, RICHARD O, BLK 2; LOT
14, BAL DUE 2011 $1,345.90
ROBINSON, MYRENA G, BLK 8; LOT
7, BAL DUE 2011 $1,699.91
COuNTy HEIGHTS SuB
BOYER, WAYNE L, BLK 1; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $764.40
KRENZ, KENNETH H, BLK 4; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2011 $784.30
DAKOTA LODE MS 2109
KENNISON, IRENE K, BLK 3; LOT 3,
BAL DUE 2011 $343.35
DEGEEST SuB
ROBERTS, PAMELA K, 1977 LONG-
MONT VIN: 1784AB; LOT F OF LOT 31,
BAL DUE 2011 $348.25
DOLOMITE PLACER #1
WATTENHOFER/STEWAR, COREY
J, LOT 37 IN SE1/4NW1/4; LOT 38-40 IN
SE1/4NW/14, BAL DUE 2011 $137.0
DOuBLE DIAMOND RANCH SuB
KISS MY GLASS LLC, COMMERCIAL
TRACT 1, BAL DUE 2011 $1,563.85
E FISH LODE SuB
NEWTON CREEK COMPA, TRACT 2-
A, BAL DUE 2011 $6.44
EASTERN ACRES SuB
HALVORSON, EDWARD O, BLK 1;
LOT 7, BAL DUE 2011 $1,349.25
GOTTSCHALK, DALE E, BLK 3; LOT
5, BAL DUE 2011 $621.14
MCCLAIN, CLAYTON J, BLK 3; LOT
13A, BAL DUE 2011 $815.29
PRICE, DELVIN, BLK 3; 1989
FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY896147V; LOT 4A,
BAL DUE 2011 $501.94
GODKIN, TROY, BLK 6; 1987 SKY-
LINE VIN: 13300185W, BAL DUE 2011
$264.91
HELLMAN, KEVIN, BLK 7; LOT 18,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,266.65
LITZ, JAMES B, BLK 7; 1986 CHAM-
PION VIN: 0563502083AB, BAL DUE
2011 $252.18
SHEPPARD, RANDY, BLK 7; S1/2 OF
LOT 31, BAL DUE 2011 $1,277.38
KEOGH, LARRY, BLK 8; N1/2 OF LOT
14, BAL DUE 2011 $303.50
SCHEEL, DOUGLAS D, BLK 10; LOT
C OF LOT 8, BAL DUE 2011 $1,107.30
EDELWEISS MOuNTAIN
DEVELOPMENT
KOENIG FAMILY TRUS, BLK B; LOT
29, BAL DUE 2011 $1,469.07
IDE, KEITH R, BLK C; LOT 11, BAL
DUE 2011 $179.90
HUSTED, MISTY L, BLK D; LOT 20
(ALSO IN SECTION 17), BAL DUE 2011
$179.89
WALKER/MANDRAKE-WA, CHRIS,
BLK D; LOT 17 (ALSO IN SECTION 17),
BAL DUE 2011 $256.10
RENGO, RYAN, BLK E; LOT 4, BAL
DUE 2011 $363.93
EISENBRAuN SuB
RICHARDS, TERRY J, 1997 MARSH-
FIELD VIN: 91728AB, BAL DUE 2011
$731.61
FARMINGDALE
ASBJELD, ROCKY L, 1996 BONNAV-
ILLA VIN: NEB69A25387, BAL DUE 2011
$663.57
ASBJELD, SHEILA D, ALL BLOCK
1,5,6 & ALL OF BLOCK 7 EXCEPT HWY
44, ALL BLOCK 8 LYINGNORTH OF
HWY 44, ALL OF OUTLOT A LYING
WEST OF AVENUE C, BAL DUE 2011
$542.64
BARRETT, MARIE, BLK 8; 1978 DE-
TROITER VIN: MNDH04D0782811A,
BAL DUE 2011 $103.87
FEAy REDER SuB
PAANANEN, MICHAEL T, LOT 9, BAL
DUE 2011 $2,224.69
FLyING V SuB
BRUNSCH JR, JAMES P, LOT C, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,154.68
FREELAND SuB
BECHT, MICHAEL D, W1/2 OF LOT 4,
BAL DUE 2011 $611.58
GOLD MOuNTAIN
BUSETTI, MICHAEL C, LOT 3, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,325.43
NEWLAND, JOHN W, LOT 24, BAL
DUE 2011 $559.25
GOLDEN SuMMIT SuB
ESTES/JOHNSON, DOYLE D, LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $11,016.05
GOODART ADDN
SPAANS, TERRY L, LOT 3, BAL DUE
2011 $853.30
GOOSEBERRy SuB
SIMENTAL, OBEGARIO, 1993
FRIENDSHIP VIN: 3B2BAFKRA GOOS-
BERRY TRAILER PARK LOT 007, BAL
DUE 2011 $219.56
GORTMAKER ACRES
GORTMAKER, WESLEY W, 1992
WESTWIND VIN: 4792518N2557, BAL
DUE 2011 $274.20
GREEN VALLEy ESTATES
BURGERS, LEX, BLK 1; LOT 5, BAL
DUE 2011 $283.38
RYPINSKI, ROBERT, BLK 1; 1982
CREST VIN: W7042AB, BAL DUE 2011
$291.50
ADAMS, SHAWN, BLK 4; 1996 AT-
LANTIC VIN: 47964746777, BAL DUE
2011 $513.70
BROOKES, TIMOTHY S, BLK 4; LOT
19, 2011 $.00 Special Assessment
$457.48
GLUHM, DANIEL D, BLK 4; 1993
HIGHLAND VIN: HH3469, BAL DUE
2011 $250.20
GUINN, CORY, BLK 4; 1982 SHARLO
VIN: 8559, BAL DUE 2011 $150.41
LEACH, CHRISTI, BLK 4; 1979 COM-
MODORE VIN: KD1325A, BAL DUE 2011
$119.77
WILT, THOMAS, BLK 4; 1998 MARSH-
FIELD VIN: 71317, BAL DUE 2011
$308.97
BASSETT, JERRY R, BLK 5; LOT 38,
BAL DUE 2011 $684.16 Special Assess-
ment $457.48
DARLING, FRANK R, BLK 5; LOT 9-
10, 2011 $.00 Special Assessment
$457.48
GLUHM, ORDELL P, BLK 5; 1981
MAGNOLIA VIN: GDGENE408011842,
BAL DUE 2011 $200.93
GLUHM, TRUSTEES, ORDELL P, BLK
5; LOT 31, BAL DUE 2011 $620.99 Spe-
cial Assessment $457.48
LENARDS, CLARENCE B, BLK 5;
LOT 11, BAL DUE 2011 $235.57
LABAU, ROBERT J, BLK 6; LOT 46,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,083.16
BIGGINS, COLEEN, BLK 7; 1977
ARTCRAFT VIN: CL10513, BAL DUE
2011 $76.98
BIGGINS, COLEEN D, BLK 7; LOT 29,
BAL DUE 2011 $449.39 Special Assess-
ment $457.48
GION, JERRY D, BLK 7; 1993 HIGH-
LAND VIN: HH3529AB, BAL DUE 2011
$294.33
GION/RICHTER, JERRY D, BLK 7;
LOT 17, BAL DUE 2011 $379.98
HILTON, JAMES R, BLK 7; LOT 27,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,308.67 Special As-
sessment $457.48
KMAYBD TRUST OR LA, BLK 7; 1979
MEDALLION VIN: 4750N, BAL DUE 2011
$251.79
LEE, ALLEN L, BLK 7; LOT 16, BAL
DUE 2011 $452.53 Special Assessment
$457.48
MATHIEU, BILL R, BLK 7; LOT 18,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,239.02 Special As-
sessment $457.48
MAYER, REX, BLK 7; 1981 MEDAL-
LION VIN: 6351N, BAL DUE 2011
$131.02
MCHENRY, SEAN, BLK 7; LOT 22,
BAL DUE 2011 $794.60
NORDYKE, DAVID A, BLK 7; LOT 9,
BAL DUE 2011 $395.93
H & H ESTATES SuB
CAK ENTERPRISES LL, BLK 1; LOT
4, BAL DUE 2011 $1,044.60
ROBERTS, ROBERT R, BLK 2; LOT
24, BAL DUE 2011 $1,663.60
HARNEy PEAK VIEW ADDN
RICE, TAMI J, BLK 1; LOT 1 & N40' OF
LOT 2, BAL DUE 2011 $901.46
OLSON, RYAN G, BLK 8; ALL, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,782.30
HES #281
MCCUAIG/CHRISTY TR, PATRICIA A,
LOT 2 OF TRACT B, BAL DUE 2011
$1,999.99
MITCHELL, JOHN, LOT 3 OF TRACT
B, BAL DUE 2011 $987.51
HES #57
HIX, EDWARD E, PT OF HES #572 -
TRACTS A & B, BAL DUE 2011 $570.53
HIDDEN SPRINGS RANCHETTES
BENSON, MICHAEL D, 1977 AT-
LANTIC VIN: 4777132465; LOT 9, BAL
DUE 2011 $501.94
HUDSON, GAIL L, 1984 TOWN &
COUNTRY VIN: 4674K; LOT 14, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,318.85
SANDINE, CHARLES J, 1986 CHAM-
PION VIN: 0561282260, BAL DUE 2011
$219.60
HIDDEN SPRINGS RANCHETTES #2
MURPHY, KIRK J, LOT 3, BAL DUE
2011 $2,318.57
HIGH SHERIDAN RANCH SuB
SWAN, GEORGE F, LOT 3, 011 $.00
Special Assessment $609.28
IOWA PLACER MS 636
KEMM LLC/ETHO LLC, LOT 1 OF
LOT B OF LOT 4, BAL DUE 2011
$8,841.13
JACKSON SuB
TRAVIS, FERNE H, BLK 1; LOT 4,
BAL DUE 2011 $607.47
JACOB MACA
OLSON, VERN D, LOT A OF TRACT
5, BAL DUE 2011 $2,682.19
JOHNSON SIDING TOWNSITE
SHANNON, PATRICK S, LOT U, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,230.06
KWA SuB
RADAR HILL STORAGE, TRACT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $5,233.90
LAKOTA LAKE ENCAMPMENT SuB
LAKOTA LAKE CAMP L, BIG GRAN-
ITE TRACT; GRANITE PERCH TRACT ,
BAL DUE 2011 $8,757.65
LOCK ACRES SuB
DUNNIHOO, JEFFREY L, W1/2 LOT
2, LOT 3-5, 2011 $.00 Special Assess-
ment $457.48
LOCKHART TRACT
JEFFRIES, DAVID R, LOT 2 OF
TRACT "I" IN SE1/4NE1/4 (ALSO IN
SECTION 14), BAL DUE 2011 $73.44
MACK SuB
JONES, LAWRENCE S, LOT 6 OF
BLOCK 2 OF LOT 5, BAL DUE 2011
$679.45
MARVIN SuB
MUNOZ, EMILIO W, LOT 3R, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,570.13
MEADOW RIDGE
PALMER, ROSS A, BLK 3; LOT 24,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,665.16
MCMAHON, JEAN M, BLK 4; LOT 43,
BAL DUE 2011 $746.03
MELCHERT RANCH SuB
DRAKE, JR, TED F, E1/2 OF TRACT
C, BAL DUE 2011 $842.90
MELCOR ACRES
DONOVAN, RICH, LOT 11, BAL DUE
2011 $1,187.53
ESCALANTE, ROGELIO, 1982 COLT
VIN: 8866 A & B MOBILE HOME PARK
LOT 006, BAL DUE 2011 $53.60
MESA VIEW ESTATES SuB #1
AGUINIGA, JOHN, BLK 1; 1980
RITZCRAFT VIN: VMI070961, BAL DUE
2011 $131.69
BALDERRAMOS, DONNA M, BLK 1;
1986 SCHULT VIN: 215167, BAL DUE
2011 $210.12
BOSSMAN, RHONDA L, BLK 1; LOT
22, BAL DUE 2011 $1,179.36
GILL, ANGELIQUE, BLK 1; 1981
SCHULT VIN: P179309, BAL DUE 2011
$167.50
TOOF, GLEEH, BLK 1; 1981 BON-
NAVILLA VIN: 18A10628, BAL DUE 2011
$52.37
KAHLER, WILLIAM, BLK 2; 1982
MODULINE CANDLEWOOD VIN: 64461,
BAL DUE 2011 $239.08
MILLER SuB
CUMMINGS, BENJAMIN H, LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $270.8ROBERTS, LOR-
RAINE M, LOT A OF LOT 5, BAL DUE
2011 $997.19
MOuNTAIN PARK SuB
SOUTER-WICK, JEAN M, BLK 1; LOT
6 BLK 1; LOT 6A BLK 2, BAL DUE 2011
$3,363.80
NEFF'S SuB #1
KELLEN/TAVARES, NANCY L, BLK 1;
LOT 3, BAL DUE 2011 $843.98
NEFF'S SuB #2
SCHWAHN, ARTHUR E, BLK 1; LOT
10, BAL DUE 2011 $1,006.15
NELSON ACRES
NULLE, CLINTON, LOT 5C OF LOT
DR OF LOT 6 OF LOT L, BAL DUE 2011
$313.47
SCHUH, RONALD J, LOT 2A OF LOT
DR OF LOT 6 OF LOT L, BAL DUE 2011
$677.05
NORRIS PEAK SuB
BLANK, MICHAEL A, BLK 1; LOT 8,
BAL DUE 2011 $2,106.19
ORIOLE SuB
BUCHOLZ, TERRY R, LOT A, BAL
DUE 2011 $921.11
PAyTON ADDN
PAYTON, RUSSELL H, TRACT 2, BAL
DUE 2011 $3,301.49
PINE CLIFF SuB
POWELL TRUST/ RAWS, JOANN M,
BLK 1; LOT 21, BAL DUE 2011 $410.77
PLAINSVIEW SuB
HERN, RICHARD, 2000 CHAMPION
VIN: 0500L1005246 WHISPERING WIL-
LOWS LOT 0153, BAL DUE 2011
$501.49
KEYSER, TERESA M, 1995 MEDAL-
LION VIN: 4910M WHISPERING WIL-
LOWS LOT 132, BAL DUE 2011 $236.97
KOPPLIN (GILLILAND, LINDA R, 1986
FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY863623V
PLAINSVIEW MOBILE MANOR LOT
0084, BAL DUE 2011 $75.94
PRIEBE, EDWARD J, 1985 TITAN
VIN: 2258147851 WHISPERING WIL-
LOWS LOT 141, BAL DUE 2011 $158.25
ROUNTREE, RICHARD A, 1998
PEERLESS VIN: 18L29034 WHISPER-
ING WILLOWS LOT 147, BAL DUE 2011
$338.68
SEEFELDT, KIMBERLY L, 1988
SHARLO VIN: 88A16549 WHISPERING
WILLOWS LOT 136, BAL DUE 2011
$353.22
PLATEAu SuB
ENGESSER, TIM B, LOT F OF LOT 7
OF LOT 13, BAL DUE 2011 $702.51
STAFFORD, PATRICIA E, 1997 FOR-
EST PARK VIN: 05976891344AB, BAL
DUE 2011 $546.51
WHITING, CONNIE K, 1998 HIGH-
LAND VIN: HM7569 PREMIER ES-
TATES LOT 0020, BAL DUE 2011
$378.72
WIESE, KEITH A, 1996 CHAMPION
VIN: 05968689730 PREMIER ESTATES
LOT 003, BAL DUE 2011 $161.62
PLEASANT HILL ADDN
KELLEY, JAMES L, BLK 2; LOT 5, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,359.37
BEERS, JR, ELLIOTT A, BLK 3; LOT
5, BAL DUE 2011 $407.02
PRAIRIEFIRE SuB
BCLS INVESTMENTS L, BLK 4; LOT
4; LOT 6; LOT 7, BAL DUE 2011 $778.53
PRAIRIEFIRE INVEST, BLK 7; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $4,925.75
RACE TRACK SuB
COMER, BUTCH, 1999 CHAMPION
VIN: COMER, BAL DUE 2011 $458.06
COOLEY, LINDA L, 1983 LIBERTY
VIN: 06L16658 WILLIAMSBURG ES-
TATES LOT 0059, BAL DUE 2011
$126.23
JONES, CLINT, 1993 CLIFTON VIN:
05935387126 WILLIAMSBURG ES-
TATES LOT 012, BAL DUE 2011 $311.31
KLOSTERMAN, ASHLEE S, 1978
WINDSOR VIN: ZWK75144196
WILLIAMSBURG ESTATES LOT 0039,
BAL DUE 2011 $99.58
VANCIL-COPE, ANDREIA, 1977
STATLER VIN: 772557 WILLIAMSBURG
ESTATES LOT 15, BAL DUE 2011
$181.25
WARREN, MICHELLE L, 1985
MEDALLION VIN: 1505C, BAL DUE 2011
$146.64
RADAR HILLS RANCHETTES
VICKERMAN, ANNETTE, 1982 LIB-
ERTY VIN: 06L16029, BAL DUE 2011
$221.66
RANCH AT BLACK GAP, THE
BENSON, CASEY, BLK 12; LOT 9,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,367.25
BOOCK, BRIAN, BLK 12; LOT 13, BAL
DUE 2011 $314.33
RANCHO VERDE ESTATES
CUSTER RANCH LLC, BLK 1; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $7.08
RIDGELAND HEIGHTS
POND, H S, LOT 20, BAL DUE 2011
$2,784.66
ROCHFORD TOWNSITE
PATENT SuB
KENNISON, IRENE K, LOT 15A, BAL
DUE 2011 $405.31
ROLLING HILLS ESTATES
STEINER SR, KENNETH F, BLK 1; LOT
9 REVISED, BAL DUE 2011 $3,761.36
RuSHMORE RANCH ESTATES SuB
VIVARDO, ANTHONY J, LOT B (ALSO
IN SEC 20), BAL DUE 2011 $4,419.47
SAXON PLACER MS 1250
BURNHAM, BARBARA, 2000
SHARLO VIN: NEB00B02119S, BAL
DUE 2011 $601.55
SCENIC VALLEy
GOODWIN, TABATHA J, BLK 4; LOT
13, BAL DUE 2011 $804.97
BLACKBIRD, CHRISTINA, BLK 6;
LOT 8, BAL DUE 2011 $782.77
BROCAR, KEITH J, BLK 6; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2011 $904.44
KOEPP/BRAND, DUSTIN A, BLK 6;
LOT 17, BAL DUE 2011 $1,183.61
SEWELL, TRAVIS N, BLK 6; LOT 20,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,765.53
SPILDE, CALISSE S, BLK 9; LOT 12,
BAL DUE 2011 $831.75
SHARP SuB
STATEHAM, JOY F, BLK 2; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2011 $234.84
SHERMAN PLACER MS 821
STRAW, DENNIS, 1985 COM-
MODORE VIN: KJ04084AB, BAL DUE
2011 $272.62
STRAW/BOTTJEN, DENNIS R, LOT
D, BAL DUE 2011 $1,425.50
SLATE PRAIRIE SuB
ALEXANDER, DALLAS D, LOT 1; LOT
2; LOT 4; LOT 5; LOT 6; LOT 7, BAL DUE
2011 $7,441.19
SMITH ADDN
JONES, MAURICE E, LOT 2 OF
TRACT 3, BAL DUE 2011 $1,725.81
TAGUE, CHARLES, LOT 3 OF LOT D
OF TRACT 1 OF LOT B OF TRACT 2,
BAL DUE 2011 $.00 Special Assessment
$457.48
SNyDER SuB
SNYDER, THOMAS D, LOT 3, BAL
DUE 2011 $3,394.38
SOuTH CANyON COuNTRy ES-
TATES
ANKELE, JACOB A, BLK 6; LOT 10,
BAL DUE 2011 $5,210.25
SPRING CREEK ACRES
HEARTLAND COUNTRY, WELL LOT
REVISED, BAL DUE 2011 $54.65
STEKL SuB
FEICKERT, KELTON L, LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,869.03
MURPHY, EDWARD R, LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2011 $712.37
STRATO RIM ESTATES
ADICKES, DAVID, LOT B OF LOT 1;
LOT C OF LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011
$2,538.77
ROGERS, MARK R, LOT 8A; LOT 8B,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,653.55
SuMMIT PEAK ESTATES SuB
BENNETT, LARK L, TRACT 3, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,425.50
SuNSET RANCH
JKRK PROPERTIES LL, BLK 1; LOT
1; LOT 4, BAL DUE 2011 $204.37
SHERMAN, QUINTON E, BLK 1; LOT
5, BAL DUE 2011 $1,773.91
SRB9L1 LLC, BLK 9; LOT 1, BAL DUE
2011 $5,037.88
SuNSET SuB
CARON, NOLAN E, THAT PT OF
TRACT 10 LOCATED IN PENNINGTON
COUNTY; THAT PT OF TRACT 11 LO-
CATED IN PENNINGTON COUNTY,BAL
DUE 2011 $155.74
FOSTER, SCOTT E, THAT PT OF
TRACT 14 LYING IN PENNINGTION
COUNTY, BAL DUE 2011 $60.41
SWAMPy LANE SuB
MULLER, COLLEEN, 1981 CHAM-
PION VIN: 0510747661AB, BAL DUE
2011 $568.87
SWEETBRIAR HEIGHTS
AMICK, DOUGLAS, 1986 ATLANTIC
VIN: 4769578675AB, BAL DUE 2011
$243.85
FORDYCE, MARJORIE A, LOT B OF
LOT 34, BAL DUE 2011 $310.61
GARZA, JOSEPH L, 1985 FRIEND-
SHIP VIN: 2599V, BAL DUE 2011
$219.64
TRACT SPRING CREEK
GROVEN/MOORE, LESLIE A, LOT 41;
LOT 42; LOT 43, BAL DUE 2011
$1,400.41
TRAILWOOD VILLAGE
BOM, GREGORY, 2000 SHARLO VIN:
NEB00A02276S TRAILWOOD VILLAGE
LOT 19, BAL DUE 011 $502.60
CARLOW SR, PATRICK, 1998 RED-
MAN VIN: 11255996 TRAILWOOD VIL-
LAGE LOT 56, BAL DUE 2011 $449.95
CONLON, DONNIE J, 2001 HIGH-
LAND VIN: HP9781 TRAILWOOD VIL-
LAGE LOT 66, BAL DUE 2011 $264.92
CRIBBS, SHERRI, 2005 REDMAN
VIN: 050525509072AB TRAILWOOD
VILLAGE LOT 0072, BAL DUE 2011
$817.80
CYPRESS, SHANNON, 2002
FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY0224578V TRAIL-
WOOD VILLAGE LOT 0035, BAL DUE
2011 $255.74
DONNER, BONITA, 1999 CLIFTON
VIN: 059996804293AB, BAL DUE 2011
$660.99
EIDE, WILLIAM E, 1995 CHAMPION
VIN: 05958158832 TRAILWOOD VIL-
LAGE LOT 0067, BAL DUE 2011 $303.45
FISHER, MATTHEW, 1999 FRIEND-
SHIP VIN: MY9920189ABV TRAIL-
WOOD VILLAGE LOT 004, BAL DUE
2011 $884.30
HENDRICKSON, DARYL, 1998
FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY9818761ABV
TRAILWOOD VILLAGE LOT 001, BAL
DUE 2011 $302.43
HOVLAND, KIM L, 1997 FRIENDSHIP
VIN: MY9717881ABV TRAILWOOD VIL-
LAGE LOT 003, BAL DUE 2011 $620.20
JENSEN, SARAH, 1994 CHAMPION
VIN: 4794193N3882 TRAILWOOD VIL-
LAGE LOT 13, BAL DUE 2011 $451.95
LA ROCHE, TRACY, 1999 FRIEND-
SHIP VIN: MY9920638ABV TRAIL-
WOOD VILLAGE LOT 0074, BAL DUE
2011 $928.76
LIVINGSTON, TERRY L, 1998 AT-
LANTIC VIN: 47985729070 TRAILWOOD
VILLAGE LOT 065, BAL DUE 2011
$593.39
MILLER, RICHELLE A, 2001 CHAM-
PION VIN: 0501D4506071AB TRAIL-
WOOD VILLAGE LOT 0061, BAL DUE
2011 $303.95
MORGAN, BRETON, 2006 REDMAN
VIN: 050612009146A TRAILWOOD VIL-
LAGE LOT 83, BAL DUE 2011 $1,559.06
MOSS, TIM, 1997 LIBERTY VIN:
06L28530 TRAILWOOD VILLAGE LOT
30, BAL DUE 2011 $403.83
PATTERSON, ADELINE V, 2000
SCHULT VIN: R293299 TRAILWOOD
VILLAGE LOT 0075, BAL DUE 2011
$452.41
RICK, BOBBY, 2000 CHAMPION VIN:
050042104891AB, BAL DUE 2011
$675.09
SHAFFER, JOHN E, 1998 LIBERTY
VIN: 06L29132 TRAILWOOD VILLAGE
LOT 0045, BAL DUE 2011 $190.69
STOUT, DAVID, 1987 FRIENDSHIP
VIN: MY875127V TRAILWOOD VILLAGE
LOT 32, BAL DUE 2011 $171.14
TROuT HAVEN SuB #2
TROUT HAVEN RESORT, THAT PT
OF TRACT LOCATED IN PENNINGTON
CO, BAL DUE 2011 $22.12
TWILIGHT HILLS SuB #
THOMPSON, HAROLD F, BLK 3; LOT
2, BAL DUE 2011 $860.83
VALLEy HEIGHTS ESTATES SuB
DODDS, JOHN W, BLK 8; LOT 13,
BAL DUE 2011 $4,796.05
DECKER, RANDAL R, BLK 16; LOT 5,
BAL DUE 2011 $2,819.23
VALLEy VIEW ESTATES
AASEN, SCOTT, LOT 17, BAL DUE
2011 $563.89
AASEN, SCOTT A, 2000 LIBERTY
VIN: 06L30767XU, BAL DUE 2011
$734.49
LARSH, JOHN A, 2003 SKYLINE VIN:
AC2T300571RAB, BAL DUE 2011
$1,205.79
SKOOG, MICHELLE, LOT 43, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,084.21
VALLEy WAy SuB
DRISCOLL, KEVIN B, BLK 2; LOT 16,
BAL DUE 2011 $2,269.17
VILLAGE ON THE GREEN #2 SuB
NEER, TERESA, LOT 52, BAL DUE
2011 $6,095.28
WEAVER TOWNSITE
KOJ LLC, LOT E; PT LOT F-G & J
LESS LOT 1 OF LOT J; LOT H, BAL DUE
2011 $1,696.81
WESTBERRy TRAILS
DAVEY, GREGORY, BLK 1; LOT 5R;
LOT 6, BAL DUE 2011 $2,936.37
WHEEL INN #4
MORRIS, RICHARD, 2007 FRIEND-
SHIP VIN: MY0729564ABV, BAL DUE
2011 $542.29
MORRIS, RICHARD J, LOT 12; LOT
13 (ALSO IN SEC 3), BAL DUE 2011
$886.72
WHISPERING PINES SuB
BARTON, NATHAN A, BLK 2; LOT 13,
BAL DUE 2011 $2,822.43
KEEFNER/PIKE-KEEFN, JOHN, BLK
4; LOT 5, BAL DUE 2011 $1,495.99
WINDMERE SuB
LACROIX, BRADLEY J, BLK 1; LOT
12, BAL DUE 2011 $1,167.14
WINTON SuB
HATZENBUHLER, EUGENE, BLK 2;
2000 CHAMPION VIN:
470035102842AB, BAL DUE 2011
$424.81
MARTIAN, RANDY L, BLK 2; LOT 6,
2011 $.00 Special Assessment $457.48
WISCONSIN PLACER MS 910
BAKER, MICHAEL W, LOT C, BAL
DUE 2011 $753.11
WOLFRAMITE ESTATES
NASH FAMILY TRUST, LOT C-10,
BAL DUE 2011 $559.26
WOODLAND VALLEy SuB
WILKINSON/WILKINSO, ERIC, LOT J,
BAL DUE 2011 $5,760.53
yATES SuB
LAWLER, JAMES D, LOT D, BAL DUE
2011 $2,682.50
ZZ SuB
SPIZZIRRI, PETER M, LOT 4, BAL
DUE 2011 $2,966.73
SCENIC
OLIC, PATTY, BLK 1; LOT 5-6, BAL
DUE 2011 $14.61
LONGHORN ENTERPRIS, BLK 5;
1994 FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY9412486V,
BAL DUE 2011 $359.45
2N-08E SEC 23, PLATTED
DREAMS CARPORTS %, LOT 1 OF
LOT A OF NE1/4SE1/4; LOT 2 OF LOT A
OF NE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$4,839.76
NOBLE, FRANK J, LOT C OF
E1/2SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $1,586.19
2N-08E SEC 24, PLATTED
BRODERSON, JOHN O, 1981
SHARLO VIN: 8358, BAL DUE 2011
$127.60
2N-08E SEC 27, PLATTED
ELK VALE BUSINESS, BAL OF
TRACT B OF N1/2SE1/4 & OF THE
S1/2NE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $10,868.26
2N-08E SEC 27, uNPLATTED
ELK VALE BUSINESS,
E1/2SE1/4SE1/4; E1/2W1/2SE1/4SE1/4,
BAL DUE 2011 $4,057.31
2N-08E SEC 34, uNPLATTED
ELK VALE BUSINESS,
E1/2NE1/4NE1/4; E1/2W1/2NE1/4NE1/4,
BAL DUE 2011 $4,057.31
2N-08E SEC 36, uNPLATTED
H-S HOLDINGS LLC,
N 1 / 2 N W 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 ;
N W 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 ;
S 1 / 2 N 1 / 2 S E 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 ;
E1 / 2 SE1 / 4 NE1 / 4 SW1 / 4 NE1 / 4 ;
S E 1 / 4 S E 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 ;
E 1 / 2 S W 1 / 4 S E 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 ;
E1 / 2 NW1 / 4 SW1 / 4 SE1 / 4 NE1 / 4 ;
S W 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 S E 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 ;
NW1/4SE1/4SE1/4NW1/4; NW1/4NE1/4;
NE1/4NW1/4; N1/2N1/2SE1/4NW1/4;
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 ;
S1/2NW1/4NW1/4NW1/4;SW1/4NE1/4N
W1/4NW1/4;SW1/4NW1/4NW1/4;W1/2S
E1/4NW1/4NW1/4;SW1/4NW1/4;SE1/4N
E1/4SE1/4NW1/4;S1/2NW1/4SE1/4NW1
/4;SW1/4SE1/4NW1/4;S1/2SE1/4SE1/4
NW1/4;NE1/4SE1/4SE1/4NW1/4;S1/2N
W1/4SW1/4NE1/4;SW1/4NE1/4SW1/4N
E1/4;W1/2SE1/4NE1/4SW1/4NE1/4;S1/2
SW1/4NE1/4;W1/2NW1/4SW1/4SE1/4N
E1/4;SWSWSENE, BAL DUE 2011
$1,074.81
2N-09E SEC 18, PLATTED
JOHNSON, BRIAN, 1982 DETROI-
TER VIN: MNDH04D47123381A TER-
RACE ON THE GREEN LOT 0034, BAL
DUE 2011 $169.56
JOHNSON JR, DONALD E1980 CEN-
TURY VIN: CHCC017721 TERRACE ON
THE GREEN LOT 29, BAL DUE 2011
$185.96
JOSEPH R TIPPMANN, LOT 4 OF
TRACT E OF NE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE
2011 $3,847.50
TWISS, JOHN, 2002 HIGHLAND VIN:
HQ9999 TERRACE ON THE GREEN
LOT 0042, BAL DUE 2011 $663.51
2N-09E SEC 19, PLATTED
ESSEX, MELANIE, 1983 SCHULT
VIN: 182947 CENTENNIAL MOBILE
HOME COURT (BE) LOT 0033, BAL
DUE 2011 $203.04
THREADGILL, DAVID A, 1993
FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY9310833V CEN-
TENNIAL MOBILE HOME COURT (BE)
LOT 0013, BAL DUE 2011 $393.70
2N-09E SEC 27, uNPLATTED
BLACK HILLS TRANSL, 1987 UN-
KNOWN VIN: 01260036MSG, BAL DUE
2011 $145.62
2N-09E SEC 29, uNPLATTED
WILCOX, AUSTIN,
E1/2E1/2NW1/4NE1/4 LESS PAUGH
SUB, BAL DUE 2011 $48.98
BES SuB
FORREST, KRISTINE, LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,336.81
BOX ELDER SuBD #3
BROWN EYES, VANA, 1978 ART-
CRAFT VIN: CA11428 LARSON'S MO-
BILE VILLAGE (BE) LOT 032, BAL DUE
2011 $127.25
DAVIS, THAD D, 1981 ARTCRAFT
VIN: 14685 LARSON'S MOBILEVIL-
LAGE (BE) LOT 23, BAL DUE 2011
$157.08
GRAHAM, JIMMY, 1979 ADRIAN VIN:
7286 LARSON'S MOBILE VILLAGE (BE)
LOT 039, BAL DUE 2011 $182.37
MILLER, EUGENE R, BLK 1; LOT 7 &
N6' OF LOT 6, S20' OF LOT 8, BAL DUE
2011 $459.03
CARDINAL HEIGHTS SuB
HOLDER, OONREON, BLK 2; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $2,164.44
WILKINSON, DENNIS L, BLK 3; LOT
8, BAL DUE 2011 $764.14
CARTER SuB
JANIS, CLIFF M, 1994 SHARLO VIN:
NEB49A22375S, BAL DUE 2011 $448.83
CHEyENNE PASS
CHEYENNE PASS DEVE, LOT A17;
LOT A19; LOT A24; LOT A2B; LOTA3A;
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 2011 $6,422.43
CITy CENTER SuB
BOX ELDER ECONOMIC, LOT 3, BAL
DUE 2011 $65.04
NIPPERT/DIAL, LUKE, LOT 5, BAL
DUE 2011 $4,621.59
CREEKSIDE ESTATES
KOMES, JEFF S, BLK 1; LOT 7, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,529.10
D-T ELLIS SuB
ARP, DENNIS M, BLK 1; LOT 1-11,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,931.74
MOYES, FRANCES, BLK 1; 1993
HIGHLAND VIN: HH3705 ELLIS
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MOBILE HOME COURT (BE) LOT 006,
BAL DUE 2011 $328.12
YERDEN, KRISTAL, BLK 1; 1977 AT-
LANTIC VIN: 4777242335 ELLIS MO-
BILE HOME COURT (BE) LOT 001, BAL
DUE 2011 $71.33
FLyING EAGLE RANCHETTES
CHEYENNE PASS DEVE, BLK 1; LOT
7, BAL DUE 2011 $2,772.48
GLORE BROTHERS ADDN
JAGER, DWAYNE E, LOT 29, BAL
DUE 2011 $161.44
LITTLE, JENNIFER L, 1987 FRIEND-
SHIP VIN: MY874778V, BAL DUE 2011
$237.50
MORSE, ERVIN, 1977 TAMARRON
VIN: 2277773639AB, BAL DUE 2011
$158.60
MORSE, ERVIN J, LOT 27, BAL DUE
2011 $259.68
STONECYPHER, LORRAINE H, LOT
5, BAL DUE 2011 $161.44
GRIFFIN SuB
GOFF, JONI M, LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011
$753.63
MCPHERSON, WAYNE J, LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2011 $417.97
HAPPy ACRES SuB
ENGEL, KATHERINE, 1985 FRIEND-
SHIP VIN: N03121V HAPPY ACRES
MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 009, BAL
DUE 2011 $233.35
MYERS, RIVER, 1997 SKYLINE VIN:
4N520152J, BAL DUE 2011 $168.29
OLDERBAK, MICHAEL, 1984 FRIEND-
SHIP VIN: N05937ABF, BAL DUE 2011
$239.79
OLDERBAK, MICHAEL D, LOT 4, BAL
DUE 2011 $162.56
LEE ADDN
DREAMS CARPORTS %, LOT 2 OF
LOT A OF LOT 2 OF LOT X, BAL DUE
2011 $417.97
MCGRIFF ADDN
ABDA INV WA LEACH, BLK 1; 1977
CLIFTON VIN: 5982 NORTH PARK MO-
BILE HOME COURT LOT 1, BAL DUE
2011 $129.54
ABDA INVESTMENTS I, BLK 1; 1984
SKYLINE VIN: 18300379T NORTH
PARK MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 5,
BAL DUE 2011 $198.46
DEAN, LINDA M, BLK 1; LOT 4, BAL
DUE 2011 $960.70
EVERGREEN RENTALS, BLK 1; 1980
COLT VIN: 8011 NORTH PARK MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT 3, BAL DUE 2011
$131.83
J ROBERT KNECHT RE, BLK 1; 1981
GUER VIN: GDB01D24813802 NORTH
PARK MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 2,
BAL DUE 2011 $164.02
ABDA INVESTMENTS I, BLK 2; 1981
REDMAN VIN: GK10235799 NORTH
PARK MOBILE HOME COURT LOT E,
BAL DUE 2011 $207.64
EVERGREEN MOBILE H, BLK 2;
1981 COMMODORE VIN: KF2321A
NORTH PARK MOBILE HOME COURT
LOT C, BAL DUE 2011 $145.62
SILVER MAPLE LLC, BLK 2; 1979
WINDSOR VIN: ZWK75145743, BAL
DUE 2011 $177.79
MOCKINGBIRD SuB
BERRY, DIANE M, LOT 13, BAL DUE
2011 $321.64
MORNING VIEW SuB
HERMAN, GLENN, 1978 SKYLINE
VIN:01560609L, BAL DUE 2011 $239.79
HERMAN, GLENN E, LOT 2, BAL DUE
2011 $417.97
NAPOLI SuB
MORRIS, THOMAS W, E1/2 OF
TRACT 1, BAL DUE 2011 $738.74
MORRIS, TOM, 1983 CHAMPION
VIN: 0533308967 LINE ROAD MOBILE
HOME COURT (BE) ?? LOT, BAL DUE
2011 $98.54
SCHMIDT, RICK, 1999 CHAMPION
VIN: 479933600941, BAL DUE 2011
$339.08
WOZNA, JR/SCHMIDT, WILLIAM A,
OUTLOT 1 OF TRACT 3 (OF LOT A),
BAL DUE 2011 $578.68
NORTHERN LIGHTS SuB
ELK VALE BUSINESS, BLK 1; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $5,545.58
OLD HOMESTEAD SuB
COY, KEITH R, 1984 CHAMPION VIN:
0544970249, BAL DUE 2011 $207.81
HOLLOWAY, DUSTI, 1996 WEST-
WIND VIN: 47967827421, BAL DUE 2011
$559.07
SANDINE, CHARLES, LOT 12, BAL
DUE 2011 $185.95
ORIGINAL TOWN OF BOX ELDER
ABDA INVESTMENTS, BLK 1; 1977
REVERE VIN: MNDH04E1376091A, BAL
DUE 2011 $122.64
JERRED, JEFFREY, BLK 2; LOT 22,
BAL DUE 2011 $256.71
KREBS, DAN, BLK 2; LOT 1-2, BAL
DUE 2011 $205.00
KREBS, DANNY, BLK 2; 1980 WEST-
FIELD VIN: IDFL1A010042141, BAL
DUE 2011 $160.44
WALSH, ANDREA D, BLK 2; 1994
FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY9411835V, BAL
DUE 2011 $398.31
WOZNA, MARY K, BLK 2; LOT 15-16,
BAL DUE 2011 $234.20
PAuGH SuB
WILCOX, AUSTIN, 1993 ATLANTIC
VIN: 4793515N3791; LOT 1, BAL DUE
2011 $427.17
PETERSON II SuB
HIGAKI, LELAND J, BLK 2; LOT 19,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,067.46
PLAINSVIEW ESTATES
BRINK, KEITH L, BLK 2; LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2011 $418.24
BRINK, KEITH P, BLK 2; 1982 COM-
MODORE VIN: KG2805AB, BAL DUE
2011 $231.52
PRAIRIE VIEW ESTATES
LOVERIDGE, LISA L, BLK 5; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2011 $2,971.93
RANCHO DRIVE SuB
AFRANK, LARRY D, BLK 1; LOT 4,
BAL DUE 2011 $284.72
CLOUD EAGLE, CAROL L, BLK 2;
1982 REGEL VIN: 4006, BAL DUE 2011
$187.77
CLOUD EAGLE, JAMES, BLK 2; LOT
4, BAL DUE 2011 $226.85
ROW SuB
GOFF, JONI M, LOT 1; LOT 2; LOT 3,
BAL DUE 2011 $978.30
SIERES, BRANDY, 1981 UNKNOWN
VIN: MSN48, BAL DUE 2011 $175.50
SPuR RANCH PROPERTIES
HARTLEY DBA HARTLE, DARRIN,
BLK 1; LOT 10 REVISED; LOT 3, BAL
DUE 2011 $614.32
SuB OF SECTION 19, 2N-9E
ADER, DANIEL P, 1977 ARTCRAFT
VIN: AP10174 LDH ESTATES (BE) LOT
6B, BAL DUE 2011 $122.64
SETH LIVING TRUST, LELAND E,
LOT 20, BAL DUE 2011 $1,079.55
SIRLES, WARREN, 1984 COLT VIN:
9442 HOMESTEAD MOBILE RANCH
(BE) LOT 10, BAL DUE 2011 $29.03
TIPPMANN, JOSEPH R, LOT D (A
SUBD OF LOT 1-2 & 17-18 OF BLOCK 1
& LOT Z, A SUBD OF LOT A OF SE1/4
SEC 19, 2N-09E) LESS ROW, BAL DUE
2011 $850.84
TUXFORD, CATHY L, 2004 HIGH-
LAND VIN: HS11281 HOMESTEAD MO-
BILE RANCH (BE) LOT 11, BAL DUE
2011 $358.63
LONG, ALLEN A, BLK 2; LOT 7-8, PT
LOT 9 SUB-DIV OF LOTA, BAL DUE
2011 $422.63
SuNNyDALE ESTATES
LUX, HARLEY, BLK 5; 1994 LIBERTY
VIN: 06L25018, BAL DUE 2011 $393.72
ROHRER, DAVID T, BLK 5; LOT C OF
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011 $46.87
MORRIS, DONNA J, BLK 6; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $206.28
CITY OF BOX ELDER, BLK 8; LOT
4A, BAL DUE 2010 $202.92
THuNDERBIRD SuB
WILLIAMS, MELINDA J, BLK 1; LOT
67, BAL DUE 2011 $1,615.81
GEHRKE, LARRY G, BLK 4; LOT 2,
BAL DUE 2011 $869.98
VILLA SuB
BESSETTE, ALISON, 1980 LIBERTY
VIN: 05L13064 VALLEY VILLAGE (BE)
LOT 119, BAL DUE 2011 $113.46
BLALACK, JOHNNY R, 1977 KIT VIN:
S5704 VALLEY VILLAGE (BE) LOT 069,
BAL DUE 2011 $96.64
BURNETTE, BYRONA, 1993 FRIEND-
SHIP VIN: MY9310342ABV VALLEY VIL-
LAGE (BE) LOT 0064, BAL DUE 2011
$240.33
CONSECO FINANCE /, 1978 BON-
NEVILLA VIN: GH10234324 VALLEY
VILLAGE (BE) LOT 0076, BAL DUE 2011
$166.29
COOLEY, DEBORAH, 1977 GUER-
DON VIN: GDMASD23772517 VALLEY
VILLAGE (BE) LOT 0082, BAL DUE 011
$198.46
GAY, BRUCE, 1983 FOREST PARK
(GERR) VIN: M60F0808 VALLEY VIL-
LAGE (BE) LOT 0088, BAL DUE 2011
$207.83
LARIVE, LINDA, 1981 CHAMPION
VIN: 0510307407 VALLEY VILLAGE (BE)
LOT 129, BAL DUE 2011 $159.39
NIKKILA, DANIEL, 1977 DEERFIELD
VIN: RII070144 VALLEY VILLAGE (BE)
LOT 0060, BAL DUE 2011 $98.46
PAULSEN, SCOTT, 1978 CHICK-
ASHA VIN: 4467W VALLEY VILLAGE
(BE) LOT 0028, BAL DUE 2011 $177.77
RALPH, TOM E, 1989 COURTLAND
VIN: 98A17829 VALLEY VILLAGE (BE)
LOT 072, BAL DUE 2011 $226.04
TODRIFF, RANDY, 1999 ATLANTIC
VIN: 47991860517 VALLEY VILLAGE
(BE) LOT 53, BAL DUE 2011 $455.72
WAL-EAST SuB
HADDENHAM, CAROLYN, 1985
COLT VIN: 9498R&L, BAL DUE 2011
$183.50
MC DAVIS INC, LOT A OF LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2011 $2,942.62
1S-05E SEC 31, PLATTED
MEZA, ENRIQUE, 1998 CHAMPION
VIN: 05981542356 HALL ACRES MO-
BILE HOME COURT (HC) LOT 18, BAL
DUE 2011 $444.47
PHILLIPS, CANDY, 1998 LIBERTY
VIN: 06L29150 HALL ACRES MOBILE
HOME COURT (HC) LOT, BAL DUE 2011
$529.49
ALLEN PARK ADDN
BOTTJEN, TERRY L, BLK 3; E20' OF
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011 $51.30
BEAR ADDN
MIER, ELAINE E, BLK 1; LOT 15, BAL
DUE 2011 $755.74
SMITH, DONALD E, BLK 2; LOT 17,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,710.08
BEAuTy HILL SuB
BULLIS, LINDA R, BLK 2; LOT 3, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,888.99
BISHOP MOuNTAIN SuB
GROVES, DOUGLAS L, BLK 2; LOT
8, BAL DUE 2011 $4,151.39
E FISH LODE SuB
STANDARD PROPERTIE, TRACT 3,
BAL DUE 2011 $5,468.81
HEART OF THE WEST SuB
GROBRO LLC, TRACT 1 (ALSO IN
SEC 30), BAL DUE 2011 $40,024.40
HILL CITy PLACER, MS 505
PULSE, DAN, BLL ON LOT 1 OF
MARY PARDE LOT, BAL DUE 2011
$123.77
HILLyO ADDN #4
CATES-HARLAN, SAUNDRA, LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $981.11
HAMILTON, ROYAL S, 1978 SCHULT
VIN: RF163272, BAL DUE 2011 $112.96
MEYER, ROBERT W, LOT 4, BAL DUE
2011 $1,284.85
HILyO ADDN #1
MATKINS/RARICK, MARVIN A,
TRACT SIGN LESS LOT H1 (LOCATED
IN REDER PLACER MS #07905), BAL
DUE 2011 $9.19
MATKINS ADDN
MATKINS, MARVIN A, LOT 1A, BAL
DUE 2011 $118.81
MATKINS ADDN #3
BRUCKNER, STEPHANIE, 1977
CHICKASHA VIN: 3149Z MATKINS MO-
BILE HOME COURT (HC) LOT 008, BAL
DUE 2011 $95.64
COLLINS, DANIEL L, 1983 INVADER
VIN: 7514P MATKINS MOBILE HOME
COURT (HC) LOT 015, BAL DUE 2011
$199.83
HOFLAND, RANDA, 1998 CHAM-
PION VIN: 05988682601 MATKINS MO-
BILE HOME COURT (HC) LOT, BAL
DUE 2011 $418.70
MATKINS, MARVIN A, 1978 AT-
LANTIC VIN: 4780382998 MATKINS MO-
BILE HOME COURT (HC) LOT 0025;
1978 REGAL VIN: 2763 MATKINS MO-
BILE HOME COURT (HC) LOT 007, BAL
DUE 2011 $392.83
MESTETH, FRANSINE D, 1978 KIRK-
WOOD VIN: GH10234195 MATKINS
MOBILE HOME COURT (HC) LOT 034,
BAL DUE 2011 $97.54
MATKINS ADDN #4
MATKINS, MARVIN A, LOT 1 OF LOT
6R; LOT 2 OF LOT 6R; LOT 5R, BAL
DUE 2011 $2,940.03
MATKINS ADDN #6
MATKINS, MARVIN A, LOT 4, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,486.04
MATKINS ADDN #8
GROVER, DAVID, BLK 2; LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2011 $2,370.86
MATKINS OFFICE CONDOMINIuMS
MATKINS, MARVIN A, UNIT 2 &
32.52% OF COMMON ELEMENTS;
UNIT 3 & 17.
48% OF COMMON ELEMENTS; UNIT
4 & 15.03% OF COMMON ELEMENTS,
BAL DUE 2011 $9,734.91
ORIGINAL TOWN OF HILL CITy
CORNELISON % DEMER, MARY J,
BLK 1; LOT 11-13 & VAC ALLEY ADJ TO
SAID LOTS, BAL DUE 2011 $822.33
HOUSKA/COLVIN, PATRICIA, BLK 2;
LOT 3-4, BAL DUE 2011 $1,707.12
LAZ 1 LLC, BLK 3; LOT 69; LOT 70-71
& LOT L, BAL DUE 2011 $4,219.78
STRAW/STRAW, DENNIS R, BLK 15;
LOT 14-17, BAL DUE 011 $890.96
JEWETT/ORUM, JOHN G, BLK 16;
LOT 1R, BAL DUE 2011 $1,304.33
PROSPECT MOuNTAIN
DEVELOPMENT
THOMPSON, BLAKE S, LOT 4AR OF
TRACT B, BAL DUE 2011 $2,018.41
RADA SuB
GROVER, DAVID A, LOT 4 (ALSO IN
SECTION 30), BAL DUE 2011 $2,367.33
RIPP TRACT
BLACK HILLS TRADIT, ALL LESS
SUNSET CREEK ESTATES LESS ROW
& LESS RR ROW (ALSO IN SEC 19
T1S-R5E & SEC 25 T1S-R4E),BAL DUE
2011 $10,407.29
SuNSET CREEK ESTATES
BLACK HILLS TRADIT, BLK 1; LOT 1;
LOT 2, BAL DUE 2011 $1,347.89
BLACK HILLS TRADIT, BLK 2; LOT 12
(ALSO IN SEC 19); LOT 13 (ALSO IN
SEC 19); LOT 14 (ALSO IN SEC 30);
LOT 2; LOT 24; LOT 3; LOT 5(ALSO IN
SEC 19), BAL DUE 2011 $4,996.54
BLACK HILLS TRADIT, BLK 3; LOT 1;
LOT 10; LOT 2; LOT 5 (ALSO IN SEC
30); LOT 7 (ALSO IN SEC 30); LOT 8
(ALSO IN SEC 19); LOT 9, BAL DUE
2011 $6,994.77
TUCKER, FRED, BLK 4; LOT 2A; LOT
2B, BAL DUE 2011 $1,380.76
TELEGRAPH NO 1 LODE, MS 728
SMITH, DONALD E, LOT 1 (ALSO IN
SECTION 31 OF 1S-5E); LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,009.03
CAPP PINE HILLS SuB
RICE, TIMOTHY J, LOT 1 & W1/2 VAC
CAPP LANE, BAL DUE 2011 $3,794.69
ENGBERG SuB
MCNULTY, SEAN, LOT 15; LOT 16,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,451.08
FERGuSON PLACER, MS 431
PANKRATZ, DUANE, 1981 KOZY VIN:
KF2208A, BAL DUE 2011 $99.85
HARNEy ADDN
FORGEY, DARLA, BLK 3; 1980 NEW-
MOON VIN: 102124, BAL DUE 2011
$103.06
MUNOZ, SERGIO, BLK 4; LOT 11-13,
BAL DUE 2011 $365.85
MUNOZ, JAIME, BLK 6; LOT 15; LOT
16; LOT 17, BAL DUE 2011 $263.30
ALLGIER, KEITH J, BLK 8; LOT 4-6,
BAL DUE 2011 $392.44
MINERAL TECHNOLOGY, BLK 11;
LOT 54-59; LOT 60-62, BAL DUE 2011
$694.78
RAPID KEYSTONE COM, BLK 13;
LOT 6-8 LESS W14', BAL DUE 2011
$18,703.53
RUSHMORE VIEW 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 2011
$7,337.92
JOHNSON, AI TRACT
MORROW/PENLAND % J, JAMES H,
LOT B OF LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011
$1,210.38
MORROW/PENLAND % J, NOR-
LEEN, LOT A OF LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011
$884.11
ORIGINAL TOWN OF KEySTONE
CLINE, ROBIN, BLK 10; LOT 15-18,
BAL DUE 2011 $884.26
PROTECTOR MICA LODE, MS 470
BORGLUM HISTORICAL, 2004 UN-
KNOWN VIN: MSN14, BAL DUE 2011
$1,667.72
RUSHMORE-BORGLUM M, 1995
FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY9513344V, BAL
DUE 2011 $280.52
REED PLACER, MS 903
MINERAL TECHNOLOGY, LOT D & E
LESS LOT 1 & ROW, BAL DUE 2011
$704.97
ROCKy GuLCH ADDN
LENDE, STEPHANIE, BLK; 1979
COLT VIN: 7246, BAL DUE 2011 $186.74
LINDER, RYAN, BLK 2; 1978 SCHULT
VIN: 163147, BAL DUE 2011 $135.98
ESCOBAR, ARTURO, BLK 3; 1989
FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY896631V
PARKVIEW TRAILER COURT (KY) LOT
011, BAL DUE 2011 $250.39
THREE JAy GOLD LODE, MS 2106
PANKRATZTZ, DUANEALL LESS
HARNEY ADDN & LESS ROW (ALSO IN
SEC 9), BAL DUE 2011 $1,409.75
WEST FORK HARNEy HyD MS #320
FRENCH, RAYMOND E, LOT 8, BAL
DUE 2011 $646.91
2N-11E SEC 31, PLATTED
HALL, GREGORY A, LOT B OF LOT 5
OF OUTLOT D, BAL DUE 2011 $375.05
ARNEy'S ADDN
JEFFRIES, DAVID, LOT 3; A 30' X 38'
PLOT IN SE CORNER OF LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,295.10
BLOOM ADDN
MAAS, CHRIS R, BLK 1; 1981
CAMELOT VIN: FS12457 CROSBIEMO-
BILE HOME COURT LOT 5, BAL DUE
2011 $117.94
TARRANT, JACQUELIN, BLK 1; 2000
HIMI VIN: H09113, BAL DUE 2011
$492.16
OLIFF SuB I
DUNN, KATHERINE, 1984 SHAM-
ROCK VIN: SHS0K0083 AUTUMN VIL-
LAGE LOT, BAL DUE 2011 $305.85
SCHAUER, SCOTT, 1980 HOLYPARK
VIN: M606001 AUTUMN VILLAGE LOT,
BAL DUE 2011 $230.77
WESTERN RENTAL PRO, LOT 2 OF
LOT B, BAL DUE 2011 $920.56
ORIGINAL TOWN OF
NEW uNDERWOOD
JOHNSON, PHYLIS, BLK 3; LOT 5,
BAL DUE 2011 $727.57
CASPERS, NICK, BLK 5; N1/2 OF
LOT 17; LOT 18, BAL DUE 2011 $622.00
FISK, DAVID D, BLK 10; LOT 3-4, BAL
DUE 2011 $905.55
BURKE, CONAN D, BLK 11; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,591.31
PRINCE, MARGARET R, BLK 14; LOT
1-2, BAL DUE 2011 $342.93
RAuE SuB
WOOD, DAWN G, LOT 5, BAL DUE
2011 $165.11
SWANSON 1ST ADDN
TRAINOR, RYAN, BLK 2; 1996 HIGH-
LAND VIN: HK6294 SWANSON MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT, BAL DUE 2011
$637.89
1S-17E SEC 06, PLATTED
DYVIG, RONALD R, HOSPITAL LOT,
BAL DUE 2011 $136.5DYVIG/THOR,
RON, OUTLOT G OF NW1/4SE1/4, BAL
DUE 2011 $44.84
EISENBRAUN, JUSTON, LOT A OF
TRACT 7 OF NE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE
2011 $24.68
HAPNEY, RANDY, OUTLOT P OF
GOV'T LOT 2 IN NW1/4NE1/4; TRACT 1
OF GL 2 IN NW1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$172.81
LYLE % PATRICIA HU, WILLIAM C,
TRACTS 1 & 2 OF SE1/4NE1/4, BAL
DUE 2011 $89.08
TWO-BIT STEAKHOUSE, LOT 1 OF
TRACT 2 OF NW1/4SE1/4; LOT Q OF
TRACT 2 IN NW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE
2011 $738.67
WENZEL, KEVIN, PT OF NE1/4SE1/4
S OF RR & N OF OLD HWY#14-16;
TRACT 2 OF NW1/4SE1/4 NORTH OF
HWY #14, BAL DUE 2011 $798.10
FOSTER'S ADDN
LYLE % PATRICIA HU, WILLIAM C,
BLK 1; LOT 1; LOT 2-3, BAL DUE 2011
$407.04
LYLE % PATRICIA HU, WILLIAM, BLK
2; LOT 1; LOT 2; LOT 4, BAL DUE 2011
$74.04
LYLE % PATRICIA HU, WILLIAM C,
BLK 2; LOT 3; LOT 5; LOT 6, BAL DUE
2011 $74.04
HILDEBRANDT ADDN
HARRIS, DAVID A, BLK 1; LOT 1; LOT
2; LOT 3, BAL DUE 2011 $723.50
WENZEL, KEVIN, BLK 2; LOT 1-3,
BAL DUE 2011 $674.14
ORIGINAL TOWN OF QuINN
HARRIS, DAVID A, BLK 1; LOT 1; LOT
2-3; LOT 4, BAL DUE 2011 $80.10
JONES, KELLY D, BLK 2; E45' OF
LOT 4-6, BAL DUE 2011 $20.16
JOHNSON, JR % ROBE, RODNEY A,
BLK 3; LOT 1-3, BAL DUE 2011 $169.38
1N-07E SEC 01, uNPLATTED
FOGELMAN, GREG, UNPLATTED
PORTION OF GL 2 (FORMERLY
KNOWN AS LOT 8, BLK 8 DENMAN'S),
BAL DUE 2011 $12.95
1N-07E SEC 02, PLATTED
FUERST, KENNETH E, BLK 10; LOT
3 OF NE1/4NW1/4 & JAMES WARREN
DRIVEWAY ADJ TO LOTS 1,3 & 4; LOT
4 OF NE1/4NW1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$701.87
TEBEAU, DENNIS R, BLK 13R; LOT 2
OF LOT B, BAL DUE 2011 $57.28
1N-07E SEC 08, PLATTED
FIEDLER REVOCABLE, LOT A-B OF
NE1/4SW1/4; TRACT G OF
NW1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $126.50
1N-07E SEC 09, PLATTED
LOOYENENGA, PAULBLK 1; E150'
OF LOT 12-13 OF LOT 7 OF
SW1/4NW1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $1,650.39
1N-07E SEC 11, PLATTED
ANDERSON, JEFFREY J, LOT 2 OF
TRACT D, BAL DUE 2011 $4,382.34
WEB REAL ESTATE HO, LOT 1 OF
SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $2,581.18
WKC ENTERPRISES IN, E300' OF
S00' OF TRACT E OF S1/2NE1/4, BAL
DUE 2011 $16,679.44
1N-07E SEC 14, PLATTED
LAZY J KAMPGROUND, 1978 UN-
KNOWN VIN: MSN11; BAL OF LOT C
OFSW1/4; PT LOT D OF LOT C OF
NE1/4SW1/4 E OF HWY, BAL DUE 2011
$28,196.65
1N-07E SEC 23, PLATTED
BP RUSHMORE LLC, TRACT B OF
TRACT 1 OF W1/2SW1/4 LESS IGT SUB
& LESS ROW, BAL DUE 2011
$23,711.02
1N-07E SEC 35, uNPLATTED
HYLAND PARK LLLP, W1/2SE1/4;
SE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $16,913.96
1N-08E SEC 03, uNPLATTED
DAKOTA HEARTLAND I,
W1/2SW1/4NW1/4 LESS BIG SKY BUSI-
NESS PARK, LESS LOT H2 & LESS
ROW, BAL DUE 2011 $14,182.19
HOMESTEAD PLAZA LL,
E1/2SW1/4NW1/4 LESS BIG SKY BUSI-
NESS PARK & LESS ROW, BAL DUE
2011 $6,915.99
1N-08E SEC 06, PLATTED
AMERSON, JOYCE E, 1991 FRIEND-
SHIP VIN: MY918427ABV GOLDEN
ACRES (RC) LOT 039, BAL DUE 2011
$367.85
1N-08E SEC 07, PLATTED
RIEGER, IRMA L, LOT 5 OF LOT A,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,545.66
1N-08E SEC 07, uNPLATTED
PARK HILL DEVELOPM, UNPLATTED
BALANCE OF N1/2NE1/4SE1/4, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,654.49
1N-08E SEC 08, PLATTED
BLACK HILLS & WEST, W100' OF
LOT 9 OF TRACT 2 LESS H-1, BAL DUE
2011 $1,039.21
BLACK HILLS WESTER, LOT 2 OF
TRACT 2, BAL DUE 2011 $4,032.60
HYDE, MARVIN N, LOT A LESS H-1
OF LOT 1 OF TRACT 2, BAL DUE 2011
$1,422.69
PORTER, ROBERT A, 1979 MARSH-
FIELD VIN: 33621 EASTWINDS MOBILE
VILLAGE (RC) LOT 003, BAL DUE 2011
$81.81
PORTER JR, ROBERT A, LOT 4 &
W30' OF LOT 3 ALL OF LOT 7 IN TRACT
2, BAL DUE 2011 $1,091.44
1N-08E SEC 09, PLATTED
BERTALOT, WILLIAM A, LOT 4 OF
LOT A OF E1/2SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$1,931.57
BUJARSKI/ROWLAND-B, DAVID,
LOT 3C OF LOT 3 OF NW1/4SW1/4
LESS W25'; W1/2 LOT 3D OF LOT 3 OF
NW1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $380.08
GOODNICK, KASI L, 1978 KIRK-
WOOD VIN: GH10234149, BAL DUE
2011 $142.54
GOODNICK, MAXINE G, LOT 2 OF
LOT F OF LOT 2B OF LOT 2 OF
NW1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $812.03
1N-09E SEC 17, uNPLATTED
MCFARLAND/MORRIS, RYAN, BLL
ON SW1/4 (HANGER #20, RC RE-
GIONAL AIRPORT), BAL DUE 2011
$1,407.33
2N-07E SEC 23, uNPLATTED
DTH LLC, S1/2NE1/4 LESS RAIN-
BOW RIDGE SUB & LESSROW, BAL
DUE 2011 $8,939.29
2N-07E SEC 26, uNPLATTED
OVERLOOK RAPID CIT,
NW1/4NE1/4SW1/4 LESS HARMONY
HEIGHTS; S1/2NE1/4SW1/4; UNPLAT-
TED PORTION OF SE1/4SW1/4 LESS
S165', BAL DUE 2011 $8,943.44
2N-07E SEC 33, PLATTED
MCDONALD, MAURICE E, LOT C,
BAL DUE 2011 $721.25
2N-07E SEC 34, uNPLATTED
SIMON CONTRACTORS, BAL
NW1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $11,082.24
2N-08E SEC 19, uNPLATTED
MONTGOMERY, CLARE A, THE S
AND E 280' OF THE UNPLATTED PT OF
THE SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $1,007.80
2N-08E SEC 20, uNPLATTED
ANDERSON, VICKY W, 1996 OAK
PARK II VIN: 47965727160 PRAIRIE
ACRES ESTATES LOT 15, BAL DUE
2011 $348.52
BARBERER, DEBRA S1980 SCHULT
VIN: 173254 PRAIRIE ACRES ESTATES
LOT 48, BAL DUE 2011 $160.21
BROWN EYES, DENISE, 2000 UN-
KNOWN VIN: MSN27 PRAIRIE ACRES
ESTATES LOT 11, BAL DUE 2011
$338.85
CARLSON, CHRISTINE, 1978 LIB-
ERTY VIN: 05L10978 PRAIRIE ACRES
ESTATES LOT 104, BAL DUE 2011
$94.19
CUMMINGS, DALE, 1983 ATLANTIC
VIN: 4738856604 PRAIRIE ACRES ES-
TATES LOT 112, BAL DUE 2011 $166.39
DAVIS, JOSHUA L, 1980 CHICASHA
VIN: 6066W PRAIRIE ACRES ESTATES
LOT 18, BAL DUE 2011 $151.94
ERDMAN, RON C, 1980 UNKNOWN
VIN: KD1786A PRAIRIE ACRES ES-
TATES LOT 125, BAL DUE 2011 $149.87
MAHLE, MICHAEL, 1980 LIBERTY
VIN: 06L14476 PRAIRIE ACRES ES-
TATES LOT 113, BAL DUE 2011 $153.98
MORGAN, SHERRI L, 1981 COM-
MODORE VIN: KF2286A PRAIRIE
ACRES ESTATES LOT 22, BAL DUE
2011 $151.94
PENEAUX, STAN, 1997 SKYLINE
VIN: 5A300251J PRAIRIE ACRES ES-
TATES LOT 26, BAL DUE 2011 $372.68
SCHWARTZ, PATRICIA M, 1992
FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY929284V PRAIRIE
ACRES ESTATES LOT 42, BAL DUE
2011 $253.52
SIMON, KEVIN, 1977 SKYLINE VIN:
01590573K PRAIRIE ACRES ESTATES
LOT 086, BAL DUE 2011 $69.92
STEELE, KARL L, 1994 FRIENDSHIP
VIN: MY9412297V PRAIRIE ACRES ES-
TATES LOT 108, BAL DUE 2011 $151.67
THOMPSON, TYLER, 1983 COLT
VIN: 9064 PRAIRIE ACRES ESTATES
LOT 121, BAL DUE 2011 $182.87
WANG, CARTER, 1992 COLT VIN:
29A20849S PRAIRIE ACRES ESTATES
LOT 129, BAL DUE 2011 $24.52
2N-08E SEC 31, PLATTED
TRI-CITY ASSOC % S, PARCEL OF
LAND 80 X 131 LOCATED IN 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
REVISED OF TRACT A OF FEIGEL SUB
#1, BAL DUE 2011 $70,839.49
2N-08E SEC 32, PLATTED
WERTH, WILLARD, LOT AB OF LOT
H1 IN SW1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$563.11
2N-08E SEC 34, uNPLATTED
ELK VALE BUSINENESS
NE1/4NW1/4 LESS THAT PT LYING N
OF LOT H3 & LESS LOT H3 (NKA
CHEYENNE BLVD); E200' OF
NW1/4NW1/4 LESS THAT PT LYING N
OF LOT H3 & LESS LOT H3 (NKA
CHEYENNE BLVD), BAL DUE 2011
$29,024.04
ACRE TRACT
SMITH TRUSTEE, DALE M, LOT D
OF S326' OF LOT 6, BAL DUE 2011
$1,780.80
STEELE, SHIRLEY J, E50' OF N150'
OF LOT 10, BAL DUE 2011 $737.24
ADAMS SuB
WYLAND COMPANY, LOT D OF LOT
1, BAL DUE 2011 $7,947.92
AIRPORT
DAVIS/PORTER, C, BLOCK A, BAL
DUE 2011 $58.12
PORTER JR, ROBERT A, BLK 19;
W50' OF BLOCK 19, BAL DUE 2011
$3,411.78
PORTER, JR, ROBERT A, BLK 19;
BLOCK 19 LESS W50' & LESS S8.5' ,
BAL DUE 2011 $540.74
BENNETT, MARK D, BLK 31; S78.5'
OF W98.5' OF BLOCK 31, 2011 $.00
Special Assessment $368.99
YELLOW ROBE ENTERP, BLK 6R;
ALL, BAL DUE 2011 $5,973.40
ARROWHEAD HILLS
FRENCH, ROBERT L, LOT 8 LESS
LOT H1, 2011 $.00 Special Assessment
$2,084.26
AuBuRN HILLS SuB
PARKS, MIKE, BLK 8; LOT 12, BAL
DUE 2011 $3,423.40
BECKMAN
BURRESS/TROMBETTA, VERN, BLK
2; LOT BR, BAL DUE 2011 $2,694.92
BURRESS/TROMBETTA, VERNON
M, BLK 2; LOT AR, BAL DUE 2011
$2,756.31
BELLEVIEW CONDOMINIuMS
BUCHANAN, CAROLEE H, UNIT C,
BUILDING 1 PHASE 1, GARAGE 4 &
1/24 INT COMMON AREAS, BAL DUE
2011 $817.89
BIG SKy SuB
OYLER, CLINTON M, BLK 4; LOT 12,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,418.19
BUBAC, BARBARA J, BLK 18; LOT
1B, BAL DUE 2011 $1,059.96
VSADD HOLDING LLC, BLK 19; LOT
15, BAL DUE 2011 $1,863.53
BLAKES ADDN
OUBRE, ISABELLE C, BLK 8; LOT 3-
5, BAL DUE 2011 $443.83
BARBER, DWIGHT D, BLK 9; LOT 11-
13, BAL DUE 2011 $266.19
HAWKINS, OWEN T, BLK 9; LOT 20-
21 & W20' OF LOT 22, BAL DUE 2011
$226.91
REDDEN/BAKER, BONNIE L, BLK 13;
W1/2 OF LOT 8; LOT 9-10, BAL DUE
2011 $456.39
SLIDER, CHARLES E, BLK 14; LOT
20-21, 2011 $.00 Special Assessment
$791.88
BLAKES ADDN #2
PORTER JR, ROBERT A, BLK 17;
LOT 4-6, BAL DUE 2011 $1,293.56
SPIZZIRRI PROPERTI, BLK 18; LOT
16-18; W1/2 OF LOT 11 & ALL OF LOT
12-15, BAL DUE 2011 $7,563.89
WHISLER BEARING CO, INC, BLK
18; LOT 35-40, BAL DUE 2011 $2,422.15
BOuLEVARD ADDN
ANDERSON DDS PC, KURT, BLK 5;
LOT 19-24, BAL DUE 2011 $12,728.86
CONNELLY, RANDAL E, BLK 6; LOT
36-37 OF LOT 13; LOT 38-39 OF LOT
13, BAL DUE 2011 $1,583.18
NAUMAN, JEREMY D, BLK 8; LOT 5-
6, BAL DUE 2011 $1,991.76
KELLEY, FRANCIS A, BLK 12; LOT
22-23, BAL DUE 2011 $719.66
STAHL, RICHARD O, BLK 15; LOT 7-
8, BAL DUE 2011 $809.70
LARSON, HARLEY E, BLK 19; TRACT
G (SUBD OF LOT 6), BAL DUE 2011
$1,416.83 Special Assessment $567.62
K & R HOLDINGS LLC, BLK 23; LOT
1-3, BAL DUE 2011 $2,030.62
NORTHERN FINANCE C, BLK 25;
S200' OF LOT 41, BAL DUE 2011 $6.61
WILSON, JAMES P, BLK 25; N105' OF
S290' OF LOT 45-49, BAL DUE 2011
$665.78
ANKELE, JAKE, BLK 26; LOT 10-11,
BAL DUE 2011 $2,382.59
K & R HOLDINGS LLC, BLK 26; LOT
20-21, BAL DUE 2011 $1,419.66
LAFFERTY/LIVERMONT, LIZABETH
L, BLK 33; N40' OF LOT 16-18, BAL DUE
2011 $963.28
BRADSKy
ADUDDELL, DONALD M,BLK 12;
1989 CHALLENGER VIN: 2708C
CHERRY AVENUE MOBILE HOME
PARK (RC) LOT 022, BAL DUE 2011
134.33
ATHERTON, JESSICA R, BLK 12;
1979 DETROITER VIN:
MNDH04D17910111A CHERRY AV-
ENUE MOBILE HOME PARK (RC) LOT
001, BAL DUE 2011 $124.69
CUNY, RAY, BLK 12; 1997 CHAM-
PION VIN: 05975271179 CHERRY AV-
ENUE MOBILE HOME PARK (RC) LOT
7, BAL DUE 2011 $197.75
HARWOOD, GORDON N, BLK 12;
1977 GREENWOOD VIN: GH2548
CHERRY AVENUE MOBILE HOME
PARK (RC) LOT 026 PARK (RC) LOT
0030, BAL DUE 2011 $730.20
UNDERHILL, LEEANN L, BLK 12;
1999 ATLANTIC VIN: 47993210863
CHERRY AVENUE MOBILE HOME
PARK (RC) LOT 0035, BAL DUE 2011
$421.01
BRAEBuRN ADDN
FIEDLER REVOCABLE, TRACT F,
BAL DUE 2011 $86.77
BREWER
KINSELLA, JUDITH A, LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,452.87
BRINK SuB
OYLER, DONALD C, LOT C, BAL
DUE 2011 $2,170.41
BROOKDALE
CHIPPS, LAMUAR, 1985 CHAMPION
VIN: 0553291660 BROOKDALE ES-
TATES (RAPID CITY) LOT 051, BAL
DUE 2011 $207.64
CONNORS, KAREN K, 1983 BON-
NAVILLA VIN: 3A12792 BROOKDALE
ESTATES (RAPID CITY) LOT 0035, BAL
DUE 2011 $199.37
DAVIS, LARRY D, 2000 CHAMPION
VIN: 050096204569 BROOKDALE ES-
TATES (RAPID CITY) LOT 0075, BAL
DUE 2011 $539.70
GRAHAM, EDMOND W, 1999 PA-
TRIOT VIN: PAT22970IN BROOKDALE
ESTATES (RAPID CITY) LOT 0054, BAL
DUE 2011 $745.93
JUMNONGNART, UNGSANA, 1981
SCHULT VIN: 173324 BROOKDALE ES-
TATES (RAPID CITY) LOT 150, BAL
DUE 2011 $166.37
KISSER, BEVERLY, 2006 HIGHLAND
VIN: HU11791AB BROOKDALE ES-
TATES (RAPID CITY) LOT 0181, BAL
DUE 2011 $656.21
KNIGHT, CHRIS, 1994 FRIENDSHIP
VIN: MY9412214ABV BROOKDALE ES-
TATES (RAPID CITY) LOT 018, BAL
DUE 2011 $717.07
MIELKE, CLARENCE, 2005 FRIEND-
SHIP VIN: MY0527438V BROOKDALE
ESTATES (RAPID CITY) LOT 0020, BAL
DUE 2011 $685.09
NOTEBOOM, MICHELLE, 1993
CHAMPION VIN: 05942087766 BROOK-
DALE ESTATES (RAPID CITY) LOT 151,
BAL DUE 2011 $521.12
OBRYAN, FAYE, 1979 LIBERTY VIN:
05L12224 BROOKDALE ESTATES
(RAPID CITY) LOT 90, BAL DUE 2011
$50.79
OCHSNER, DONA M, 1998 HIGH-
LAND VIN: HM7691 BROOKDALE ES-
TATES (RAPID CITY) LOT 196, BAL
DUE 2011 $496.39
WILSON, WILLIAM, 1999 ATLANTIC
VIN: 47993210466 BROOKDALE ES-
TATES (RAPID CITY) LOT 0178, BAL
DUE 2011 $575.60
BROOKFIELD SuB
TETOTON COALITION INBLK 5; LOT
13, BAL DUE 2011 $665.78
BROOKSIDE
LINEWEBER, RONALD W, BLK 1;
LOT 11, BAL DUE 2011 $823.41
PAYTON, RUSSELL H, BLK 3; LOT
18; LOT 19; LOT 20; LOT 21; LOT 22;
LOT 23; LOT 24; LOT 25; LOT 26; LOT
27, BAL DUE 2011 $1,488.80
BROOKSIDE #2
FISCHER, MIKE, BLK 8; LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2011 $2,800.16
CANyON LAKE HEIGHTS SEC 16
SPIZZIRRI, PETER M, LOT 6R OF
TRACT 2, BAL DUE 2011 $4,780.99
CANyON VIEW SuB
TIPPMANN FAMILY LI, JOSEPH R,
BLK 3; LOT 6, BAL DUE 2011 $1,520.45
CARRIAGE HILLS SuB
ARMSTRONG, ERIN J, BLK 6; LOT
11, BAL DUE 2011 $2,520.92
CENTuRy PARK SuB
MUELLER, JAMES E, BLK 1; LOT B
OF LOT 11, BAL DUE 2011 $12,474.45
ANKELE III, JACOB A, BLK 2; LOT A1
OF LOT 9, BAL DUE 2011 $8,235.97
CHAPEL LANE VILLAGE
MAURER, DELORIS, BLK 2; LOT B
OF LOT 22TH, BAL DUE 2011 $3,228.09
CHMH SuB
BIES, BRIAN, BLK 1; 1988 FRIEND-
SHIP VIN: MY885604V, BAL DUE 2011
$218.08
DTH LLC, BLK 10; LOT 6, BAL DUE
2011 $3,351.97
CLEGHORN CANyON #2
FIEDLER REVOCABLE, BLK 7; ALL
OF BLOCK 7 LESS RTY, BAL DUE 2011
$63.25
CLOVERDALE
ARNIO, DANIEL J, BLK 3; LOT 33,
BAL DUE 2011 $887.06
DENKER, JACOB, BLK 7; LOT 9, BAL
DUE 2011 $859.55
MOLSTAD, DONALD A, BLK 10; LOT
A OF LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011 $914.56
PHILLIPS, ROBERT A, BLK 10; LOT
16, BAL DUE 2011 $1,553.73
COPPERFIELD SuB
MASTERS, DAVID L, BLK 1; LOT 15,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,283.20
BERTALOT, WILLIAM A, BLK 2; LOT
25, BAL DUE 2011 $2,766.50
BERTALOT, WILLIAM A, BLK 3; LOT
24, BAL DUE 2011 $2,861.39
BERTALOT, WILLIAM A, BLK 5; LOT
1; LOT 15; LOT 16, BAL DUE 2011
$9,414.82
BERTALOT, WILLIAM A, BLK 6; LOT
3, BAL DUE 2011 $3,074.33
COPPERFIELD VISTAS SuB
COPPERFIELD VISTAS, BLK 2; LOT
5, BAL DUE 2011 $434.62
COTTONWOODS, THE
JOHNSON, CHRISTOPH, BLK 4;
N81/2' OF LOT 12 & ALL OF LOT 13-14,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,626.18
WIPF/GRABOWSKA, DELORES D,
BLK 4; LOT 27-29, BAL DUE 2011
$372.97
CLARKE, MICHAEL C, BLK 5; W125'
OF LOT 19-20, BAL DUE 2011 $741.67
COuNTRy CLuB CONDOMINIuMS
KIPP, EUGENE W, CONDO UNIT
#202 & 1/12TH INT IN COMMON
AREAS, BAL DUE 2011 $1,256.43
CROMWELL SuB
BERTALOT, WILLIAM A, LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2011 $2,238.21
D D E SuB
WORDEMAN, ROBERT, LOT 2 OF
LOT A, BAL DUE 2011 $11,162.68
DAKOTA RIDGE SuB
RAPID CITY DEFENSE, BLK 3; LOT
21, BAL DUE 2011 $1,500.18
DAKOTA SuBD #1
GARCIA, KATHY, LOT 6 & S1/2 VAC
ALLEY ADJ SAID LOT, BAL DUE 2011
$93.25 Special Assessment $396.60
GERRY SR, RICHARD, LOT 21, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,029.13
HIGH BEAR, PEGGY A, LOT 80, BAL
DUE 2011 $595.51
MONTGOMERY, CECELIA A, LOT 74,
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BAL DUE 2011 $481.18
MONTGOMERY, JOHN R, LOT 28 &
S1/2 VAC ALLEY ADJ SAID LOT; LOT 38
& S1/2 VAC ALLEY ADJ SAID LOT, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,234.13
PAULSEN JR, LARRY, LOT 23, 2011
$.00 Special Assessment $304.33
REDLEAF, STEVEN, LOT 78, BAL
DUE 2011 $293.25
WRIGHT (MONTGOMERY, SHARON
M, LOT 73 & N1/2 VAC ALLEY ADJ SAID
LOT, BAL DUE 2011 $292.12
DuNHAM ESTATES
BEASLEY, RICHARD L, BLK 5; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2011 $6,719.93
EAST MALL BuSINESS
CENTER SuB
FMLC INC % JULIE L, BLK 5; LOT 2,
BAL DUE 2011 $4,061.46
EASTRIDGE ESTATES SuB
ZCC INC, BLK 2; LOT 10; LOT 4, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,418.14
ELKS COuNTRy ESTATES
RICHTER, PAUL A, BLK 1; LOT A OF
LOT 5, BAL DUE 2011 $1,219.49
FAIRWAy HILLS PRD
SERR, DIXIE D, BLK 10; LOT 10B OF
LOT 10, BAL DUE 2011 $1,529.92
FEIGELS ADDN
FLACK/BRAUN, SHAWN, BLK 7; LOT
B, BAL DUE 2011 $8,400.97
WILLIAMS, ROBERT D, BLK 12; LOT
1-4, BAL DUE 2011 $2,087.63
FEIGELS WEST
BAUMAN, MARCUS, 1992 MEDAL-
LION VIN: 3398C PLEASANT ACRES
LOT 013, BAL DUE 2011 $214.85
GEROW, BRIAN, 1996 HIGHLAND
VIN: HK5801 PLEASANT ACRES LOT
0074, BAL DUE 2011 $324.37
SKEEN, ALAN, 1983 DETROITER
VIN: MNDH04D30225451A PLEASANT
ACRES LOT 029, BAL DUE 2011
$213.81
WRIGHT, LOIS L, 1984 DETROITER
VIN: MNDH04D21432191A PLEASANT
ACRES LOT 056, BAL DUE 2011
$253.00
FLANNERy SuB #
PEARSON, RICHARD O, LOT 10;
LOT 11, BAL DUE 2011 $1,720.08
FLORMANN
HOLDINGHAUSEN INVE, BLK 3; LOT
13-14, BAL DUE 2011 $1,760.86
BRIDGE/JOHNSON, STEPHEN L,
BLK 14; E15' OF LOT 26 & ALL OF LOT
27, BAL DUE 2011 $1,563.39
COTTIER/MCDOUGALD, WILMA,
BLK 17; W1/2 OF LOT 14 & ALL OF LOT
15, BAL DUE 2011 $447.74
DERSCHAN, BRENDA, BLK 17; E9.5'
OF LOT 26 & ALL OF LOT 27-28, BAL
DUE 2011 $711.80
GUZMAN LIVING TRUS, MANUEL,
BLK 19; S120' OF LOT 9-12, BAL DUE
2011 $3,549.44
TANIER, KYLE, BLK 19; S13' OF LOT
24 & ALL OF LOT 25-26, 2011 $.00 Spe-
cial Assessment $1,074.95
NELSON, THADDEUS E, BLK 20;
W19' OF LOT 6; ALL OF LOT 7 & E15'
OF LOT 8, BAL DUE 2011 $1,933.78
JOHNSON, LINDA M, BLK 26; LOT
21-22, BAL DUE 2011 $754.35
THOMAS, JEREMY J, BLK 26; LOT 5-
7, BAL DUE 2011 $2,777.6HOOGES-
TRAAT/LEIS, CALVIN J, BLK 27; LOT 17-
18, BAL DUE 2011 $820.78
FOREFATHER FLATS SuB
RAPID CENTER LLC, LOT 1 LESS
LOT H-13; LOT 2 LESS LOT H-13, BAL
DUE 2011 $7,532.70
FORKNER ADDN
DAKOTA HEARTLAND I, LOT A OF
LOTS 7 & 12; LOT B OF LOTS 7, 8, 9 &
12 LESS LOTS H1, H2, H3 & H4, BAL
DUE 2011 $40,962.24
FOuNTAIN SPRINGS
FOUNTAIN SPRINGS D, TRACT B -
GOLF COURSE & GARDENS LESS
TRACT 13R2 OF S G INTERSTATE
PLAZA; TRACT C-R-3 - GOLF COURSE
& GARDENS LESS TRACTN OF FOUN-
TAIN SPRINGS BUSINESS PARK, BAL
DUE 2011 $13,625.72
FOuNTAIN SPRINGS PARK SuB
SIMPSON, FRANKLIN O, BLK 1; LOT
10B; LOT 13; LOT 4, BAL DUE 2011
$6,396.90
SIMPSON, FRANKLIN O, BLK 2; LOT
4A (ALSO IN SEC 27); LOT 4B (ALSO IN
SEC 27), BAL DUE 2011 $6,695.64
FOX RuN SuB
DIXION, RAYMOND L, BLK 2; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,699.66
FRAVEL TRACT
BURTON, PATRICIA L, 1993 BON-
NAVILLE VIN: 39A21297 ORCHARD
ACRES MOBILE HOME CT LOT 118,
BAL DUE 2011 $425.10
FLORA, KAREN R, 1997 FOUR SEA-
SONS VIN: WS300348 ORCHARD
ACRES MOBILE HOME CT LOT 103,
BAL DUE 2011 $359.95
GRAY, KYLE R, 1978 GALLA VIN:
G2260 ORCHARD ACRES MOBILE
HOME CT LOT 102, BAL DUE 2011
$141.31
KAPPENDAL, JEAN A, 1997 CHAM-
PION VIN: 47976558498AB ORCHARD
ACRES MOBILE HOME CT LOT 109,
BAL DUE 2011 $654.76
FREESON SuB
PECK, BRIAN H, LOT 4, BAL DUE
2011 $2,194.65
GRAyS SuB
TOOF, DARWIN D, LOT 3 OF 2 OF
TRACT N, BAL DUE 2011 $1,143.02
GuS HAINES
FLASCHBERGER, LEO J, BLK 2; LOT
8, BAL DUE 2011 $820.26
HABITAT SuB
CROWSON, JASON D, LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2011 $991.58
HANNANT
LINDSEY, LYNEE', BLK 1; LOT 21-23
LESS LOTS H1 & H2 OF LOTS 22 & 23;
E1/2 VAC ALLEY ADJ SAID LOTS, 2011
$.00 Special Assessment $582.33
HARMONy HEIGHTS
MUELLER, DEAN A, TRACT 3 LESS
RTY, BAL DUE 2011 $1,691.02
HERRINGBONE
DIEDRICH, TOM, 1978 BENDIX VIN:
KB0775A COUNTRYSIDE MOBILE ES-
TATES (RC) LOT 236, BAL DUE 2011
$102.1GOEHRING, BRENT, 1977
RIDGEWOOD VIN: LR0510048 COUN-
TRYSIDE MOBILE ESTATES (RC) LOT
219, BAL DUE 2011 $108.56
HEIDRICH, HARRY, 1980 CHAMPION
VIN: 0503386688 COUNTRYSIDE MO-
BILE ESTATES (RC) LOT 253, BAL DUE
2011 $40.08
LARSH, JOHN C, 1987 SCHULT VIN:
P218238 COUNTRYSIDE MOBILE ES-
TATES (RC) LOT 343, BAL DUE 2011
$169.75
PAPPAS, TOSH, 1983 TITAN VIN:
2238176476 COUNTRYSIDE MOBILE
ESTATES (RC) LOT 230, BAL DUE 2011
$164.31
RTO CORP, 1978 SCHULT VIN:
163152 COUNTRYSIDE MOBILE ES-
TATES (RC) LOT 304, BAL DUE 2011
$112.75
THURMAN, TED F, 1986 MEDALLION
VIN: 1903M COUNTRYSIDE MOBILE
ESTATES (RC) LOT 218, BAL DUE 2011
$180.81
VOLIN, CHARLES, 1978 BENDIX VIN:
KC1042A COUNTRYSIDE MOBILE ES-
TATES (RC) LOT 0227, BAL DUE 2011
$73.95
HIDDEN VALLEy SuB
SCHILLING, V VICKI ALOT 2, BAL
DUE 2011 $3,136.76
HIGH PLACE
RICHEY, JOSEPHINE, LOT 43, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,105.14
HILLCREST ADDN #2
JUNEK, BRAD E, LOT 3-4 OF TRACT
J, BAL DUE 2011 $756.36
HILLS VIEW SuB
ROE, JAMES E, LOT 3, BAL DUE
2011 $864.67
HIWAy #79 INDuSTRIAL PARK
GARY, KIM J, LOT 9, BAL DUE 2011
$2,058.79
SOGGE, SCOTT D, LOT 6; LOT 7,
BAL DUE 2011 $6,526.54
I-90 HEARTLAND BuSINESS PARK
PREFERRED HOMES &, BLK 5; LOT
3, BAL DUE 2011 $1,446.19
BY-PASS DEVELOPMEN, BLK 7; LOT
2, BAL DUE 2011 $6,297.21
KATELAND SuB
WALKER, PAUL D, BLK 4; LOT 8, BAL
DUE 2011 $851.69
KEPP HEIGHTS SuB #2
SCHLIMGEN, ROBERT J, LOT 6, BAL
DUE 2011 $85.02
KNOLLWOOD HEIGHTS #2
FAZENBAKER, AL, BLK 4; LOT 12,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,043.22
MOSER, KEITH D, BLK 7; LOT 5, BAL
DUE 2011 $2,370.19
LAGRAND SuB
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, BLK 1; LOT 1
(ALSO IN SEC 28), BAL DUE 2011
$17,900.90
LAKEVIEW #3
RAY, MARVIA L, LOT 15, BAL DUE
2011 $1,287.88
LONG ACRE SQuARE
PALASKI, KEVIN S, LOT C OF LOT 7,
BAL DUE 2011 $660.01
MAHONEy ADDN
STERIJEVSKI, STEVEN W, BLK 44;
LOT A, BAL DUE 2011 $1,930.91
MUNOZ, LORRAINE R, BLK 57;
E83.5' LESS S81/2', BAL DUE 2011 $.00;
2005 Special Assessment $12,715.05,
2006 Special Assessment $1,137.35
HANDLEY, ARTHUR, BLK 59; E115'
LESS S81/2', BAL DUE 2011 $1,135.00
PLASENCIO/SWANSON, SANDRA, BLK
72; LOT A, BAL DUE 2011 $996.93
MYERS, JOYCE L, BLK 86; ALL, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,420.06
HARVEY, EDWIN E, BLK 123; E1/2,
BAL DUE 2011 $827.32
MALL DRIVE SuB
ACCENT HOMES INC, LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2011 $20,258.36
BERTALOT, WILLIAM A, LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2011 $10,785.24
MALLOW
BROCKBERG, GLORIA, BLK 2; LOT
10, 2011 $.00 Special Assessment
$303.53
LARIVE, CLIFFORD, BLK 6; LOT 10-
11, BAL DUE 2011 $388.12
LARIVE, CLIFFORD M, BLK 6; LOT 8-
9, BAL DUE 2011 $185.67
BAUMGARTNER, THOMAS P, BLK
13; LOT 4, BAL DUE 2011 $125.28
MALLRIDGE SuB
RASMUSSEN, ROBERT W, BLK 6;
LOT 24, BAL DUE 2011 $2,046.51
MALLRIDGE SuB #2
AHNER, RODNEY A, BLK 1; LOT 8,
BAL DUE 011 $1,001.79
THOMAS, SHIRLEY A, BLK 7; LOT
25, BAL DUE 2011 $1,093.15
TWO LANCE, CLARE L, BLK 8; LOT
16, 2011 $.00 Special Assessment
$535.52
MARCOE HEIGHTS #1
GAGER, LISA, BLK 2; LOT 29, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,191.20
MARSHALL SuB
HOBBS, MARTIN, 1998 FREINDSHIP
VIN: MY9818266V HIEB MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 2, BAL DUE 2011 $524.18
STUMP, NANCY L, 2000 SCHULT
VIN: R293376AB, BAL DUE 2011
$420.15
MARy HALL
GARY, CINDY J, BLK 1; LOT 17, BAL
DUE 2011 $993.15
MEADOW VIEW SuB
CATRON BOULEVARD I, TRACT A
LESS LOT H1 & LESS LOT H2, BAL
DUE 2011 $9,347.68
MEADOWLARK HILLS SuB
DENKE, DELORES L, 1983 TOWN
HOUSE VIN: N04545K MEADOWLARK
MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 209, BAL
DUE 2011 $132.73
DIAZ, ZORHAIDA, 1995 HIGHLAND
VIN: HJ5132 MEADOWLARK MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT 6, BAL DUE 2011
$385.56
DOTSON, LISA M, 1982 FLEET-
WOOD VIN: IDFL1AC20136137 MEAD-
OWLARK MOBILE HOME COURT LOT
55, BAL DUE 2011 $134.33
EDELMAN, KEVIN D, 1984 DETROI-
TER VIN: MNDH04D32328831A MEAD-
OWLARK MOBILE HOME COURT LOT
123, BAL DUE 2011 $242.68
EXUM, SUSAN R, 1997 HIGHLAND
VIN: HL6895 MEADOWLARK MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT 41, BAL DUE 2011
$350.14
HALVORSON, GARY A, 1989 CEHO
VIN: MY896350V MEADOWLARK MO-
BILE HOME COURT LOT 121, BAL DUE
2011 $102.12
HANSEN, DARCY, 1981 DETROITER
VIN: MNDH04D23121281A MEAD-
OWLARK MOBILE HOME COURT LOT
139, BAL DUE 2011 $147.81
HARTY, JANE L, 1994 BELAIRE VIN:
NEB49A23190 MEADOWLARK MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT 27, BAL DUE 2011
$333.45
HENDRICKSON, LAURA A, 1997 LIB-
ERTY VIN: 18L00153 MEADOWLARK
MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 218, BAL
DUE 2011 $446.89
HOELLEIN, WILLIAM R, 1979 AMER-
ICAN VIN: KSDH08A08916481A MEAD-
OWLARK MOBILE HOME COURT LOT
3, BAL DUE 2011 $140.77
HOWE, TAMMY, 1996 FRIENDSHIP
VIN: MY9615559V MEADOWLARK MO-
BILE HOME COURT LOT 294, BAL DUE
2011 $300.22
KASSUBE, ALEXANDER, 1977
GUERDON VIN: GDMASD19772500
MEADOWLARK MOBILE HOME COURT
LOT 64, BAL DUE 2011 $112.75
MORGAN, DAVID A, 1999 BELAIRE VIN:
NEB99B01659 MEADOWLARK MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT 91, BAL DUE 2011
$648.05
MULLER, DAVID D, 1980 SHARLO
VIN: 7996 MEADOWLARK MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT 21, BAL DUE 2011
$108.56
MULLER, ROBERT, 1977 DETROI-
TER VIN: MNDH04D3161131A MEAD-
OWLARK MOBILE HOME COURT LOT
314, BAL DUE 2011 $73.14
MURRAY, TIM, 1978 MAGNOLIA VIN:
GDGENE10631 MEADOWLARK MO-
BILE HOME COURT LOT 98, BAL DUE
2011 $100.37
NAUMAN, JEREMY, 1984 INVADER
VIN: 7887P MEADOWLARK MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT 140, BAL DUE 2011
$214.85
NEDVED, SHARI E, 2000 PATRIOT
VIN: VP7625ABIN MEADOWLARK MO-
BILE HOME COURT LOT 398, BAL DUE
2011 $1,325.50
OYLER, GARY J, 2000 ATLANTIC
VIN: 470060402301 MEADOWLARK
MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 138, BAL
DUE 2011 $194.89
PENISKA, LAVONNE, 1990 CHAM-
PION VIN: 0508684796 MEADOWLARK-
MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 29, BAL
DUE 2011 $218.06
ROSALES, RICHARD, 1999 CHAM-
PION VIN: 059935703856 MEAD-
OWLARK MOBILE HOME COURT LOT
180, BAL DUE 2011 $638.66
SORENSEN, DORLENE J, 1994
CHAMPION VIN: 05945627676 MEAD-
OWLARK MOBILE HOME COURT LOT
152, BAL DUE 2011 $229.35
TWEDT, EVELYN A, 1979 DETROI-
TER VIN: MNDH04D37807021A MEAD-
OWLARK MOBILE HOME COURT LOT
117, BAL DUE 2011 $134.31
WOODS, JOHNNY, 1983 BRIGHTON
MANOR VIN: 10237044 MEADOWLARK
MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 143, BAL
DUE 2011 $213.81
MEADOWS SuB, THE
LTCP LLC,CBLK 6; LOT 2, BAL DUE
2011 $1,697.46
MELODy ACRES
BROWN, DOUGLAS H, LOT 3F; LOT
3G, BAL DUE 2011 $140.71
COLLINS, JOHN E, LOT 3J, BAL DUE
2011 $122.10
MELODy ACRES #
BURTON, BILLY W, 1977 TITAN VIN:
3794, BAL DUE 2011 $70.10
CONACHEN, SONYA, 1995 CHAM-
PION VIN: 05950509403 TERRA MO-
BILE HOME COURT LOT 11, BAL DUE
2011 $437.72
CROWN, DARRYL, 1997 LIBERTY
VIN: 06L28620XU TERRA MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT 0036, BAL DUE
2011 $538.80
DOBYNS, GERALD N, LOT 8, BAL
DUE 2011 $552.74
JACOBS, JEFFREY A, 1977 LIBERTY
VIN: L06L10540 TERRA MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 0016, BAL DUE 2011
$96.14
KRAITER, WILLIAM, 1998 COLT VIN:
05984852986AB, BAL DUE 2011
$719.36
SIMONSON, RORY, 1996 CHAMPION
VIN: 005965330123, BAL DUE 2011
$406.10
TEAL, MELVIN, 1987 HIGHLAND VIN:
HB1113, BAL DUE 2011 $117.05
TEAL JR, MELVIN W, LOT 5, BAL
DUE 2011 $418.58
WEST, TIMOTHY J, LOT 30, BAL DUE
2011 $418.58
MERIDIAN SuB
PIRATE'S COVE RAPI, LOT 4A, BAL
DUE 2011 $23,863.64
MIDWESTERN #2
DEAY, JAMES E, BLK 1; LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,210.84 Special Assessment
$292.54
MILLARD
ENGLAND, FLORENCE E, BLK 5;
LOT 5-6, BAL DUE 2011 $928.90
DUNN, THOMAS, BLK 7; LOT 12-13,
BAL DUE 2011 $787.15
WILSON, CRAIG T, BLK 10; LOT 1-2,
2011 $.00 Special Assessment $415.67
WILSEY, LARRY, BLK 11; S1/2 OF
LOT 15; ALL OF LOT 16-17 & N1/2 OF
LOT 18, BAL DUE 2011 $962.69
WHALEN, JEFFREY L, BLK 12; S10'
OF LOT 3; ALL OF LOT 4-5, 2011 $.00
Special Assessment $699.17
MONTGOMERy SuB
MONTGOMERY, CLARE A, LOT 1;
LOT 2, BAL DUE 2011 $5,357.08
MORGANS
BOOMSMA, DAENE C, BLK 2; N46'8"
OF LOT 16-19 DESIGNATED AS LOT C,
BAL DUE 2011 $530.92
CONNELLY, RANDAL E, BLK 2; LOT
12-13; LOT 8-9; S1/2 OF LOT 27-30, BAL
DUE 2011 $2,344.60
MORRELL
STONECYPHER, LORRAINE H, LOT
9-10 LESS ROW, BAL DUE 2011
$612.00
MOuNTAIN SHADOWS SuB
WILKES, BRYCE K, BLK 1; LOT C OF
LOT A & UNDIVIDED 1/4 INTEREST IN
UNPLATTED PORTION OF LOT A AKA
COMMON AREA, BAL DUE 2011
$1,304.36
MOuNTAIN SPRINGS
CRAIG, KALEEN K, LOT B OF LOT 3
OF BLOCK 2 OF TRACT BR, BAL DUE
2011 $2,357.32
DENKER, DONNA J, LOT 10B OF
BLOCK 3 OF TRACT BR, BAL DUE 2011
$1,518.12
MOuNTAIN VIEW #2
KOERNER, JOANN M, BLK 2; LOT
24, BAL DUE 2011 $1,131.47
MuNDERLOH
M & M HOMES LLC, BLK 1; LOT C OF
BLOCK 1 OF LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011
$1,983.33
TESCH, TERRY W, BLK A; LOT C OF
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011 $843.04
NEEDLES SuB
SAINT PATRICK LLC, TRACT AR2
LESS LOTS H1, H2 & H3, BAL DUE 2011
$28,093.86
NICHOLL'S SuB
DTH LLC, E50' OF W150' OF LOT 1;
LOT 2 LESS W250', BAL DUE 2011
$5,736.62
NORTH BOuLEVARD
MESSNER, GARY E, BLK 2; LOT 7-8,
BAL DUE 2011 $763.51
NORTH RAPID
FAATZ, JESSE R, BLK 1; LOT 1-2,
2011 $.00 Special Assessment $1,134.26
GLYNN, ELIZABETH, BLK 1; LOT 17-
18, 2011 $.00 Special Assessment
$225.49
KIPP, PAMELA J, BLK 1; LOT 3-4, BAL
DUE 2011 $650.68
BARNEY, CAROL S, BLK 2; LOT 1-2,
2011 $.00 Special Assessment $700.82
SAVVY GROUP LLC (T, BLK 2; LOT 7-8,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,693.70
JOHNSON/LAMPERT, LUCIA W, BLK
3; LOT 7-8, BAL DUE 2011 $939.71
RODRIGUEZ, ANTHONY, BLK 3; LOT
3-4, BAL DUE 2011 $1,225.21
MORGAN, DANNY L, BLK 6; LOT 21-
22, BAL DUE 2011 $843.83
BUNGE, GLENN L, BLK 10; LOT 5,
BAL DUE 2011 $817.13
BROWN, NURI, BLK 12; LOT 20-22,
BAL DUE 2011 $862.86
THOMPSON, EVELYN, BLK 13; LOT
27-29, BAL DUE 2011 $870.92
BROWN, WILLIAM C, BLK 17; LOT
12-13, BAL DUE 2011 $848.36
KLINE, BRUCE A, BLK 17; LOT 14-15,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,144.67
HOLDINGHAUSEN INVE, BLK 19;
LOT 42-43, BAL DUE 2011 $1,745.76
NAPIER/ECKERSON, MICHAEL W,
BLK 20; LOT 8-10, BAL DUE 2011
$2,495.81
SPEAR, DAVID M, BLK 20; LOT 26-
27, BAL DUE 2011 $906.32
OSGOOD, LILLIAN L, BLK 24; LOT
28-29, BAL DUE 2011 $1,378.12 Special
Assessment $327.22
BOOMSMA, DAENE, BLK 25; LOT 29,
BAL DUE 2011 $596.43
NIKKILA, DALE E, BLK 25; LOT 9-13,
BAL DUE 2011 $948.35
GUIGLIANO/BROWNLOW, MICHAEL
J, BLK 31; LOT 4-5, BAL DUE 2011
$894.13
SULIVERES, ROSE M, BLK 33; LOT
5-7, BAL DUE 2011 $494.05
NORTH RAPID #2
NIKOLEAV, ILIYA, BLK 46; LOT 23-24,
BAL DUE 2011 $469.74
HAUKAAS, LINDA, BLK 47; W1/2 OF
LOT 12-15, BAL DUE 2011 $1,320.40
SANANO, ANDY T, BLK 61; LOT 6 &
N17' OF LOT 7, BAL DUE 2011
$2,518.69
NORTH SIDE ADDN
CHRISTENSEN, EDWARD, BLK 11;
LOT 22-28, BAL DUE 2011 $1,035.15
NORTH TERRACE PRD
BERTALOT, WILLIAM A, LOT 3 & 1/9
UND INT IN COMMON LOT A; LOT 9 &
1/9 UND INT IN COMMON LOT A, BAL
DUE 2011 $4,919.82
NORTHBROOK VILLAGE
BRIK, VLADIMIR B, BLK 7; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,648.58
HENDERSON, JOHN L, BLK 8; LOT
14, 2011 $.00 Special Assessment
$292.54
NORTHERN HEIGHTS
EAGLE TAIL, FREDERICK, 1979
BONNAVILLE VIN: 97A8826 RIDGE
STONE MOBILE HOME COURT (RC)
LOT 51, BAL DUE 2011 $164.31
BERTALOT, WILLIAM A, BLK 3; LOT
34, BAL DUE 2011 $2,502.21
TAYLOR, TRENT C, BLK 3; LOT 54,
BAL DUE 2011 $2,062.61
POWERS, JAMES W, BLK 11; LOT 6
OF TRACT P OF TRACT F, BAL DUE
2011 $1,772.72
NORTHRIDGE SuB
GRASS, JEFFREY B, BLK 1; 1994
MEDALLION VIN: 4362M; LOT 5, BAL
DUE 2011 $844.21
SHOTS WITH ARROW, KEVIN, BLK
1; 1997 LEXINGTON VIN: 2T300497JAB,
BAL DUE 2011 $648.07
STEDILLIE, SHELDON L, BLK 1; 1996
ATLANTIC VIN: 47967687041; LOT 26,
BAL DUE 2011 $710.23
JENNINGS, DOUGLAS P, BLK 3;
1990 CHAMPION VIN: 0501274966AB;
LOT 21, BAL DUE 2011 $497.25
NEWCOMB, GARY, BLK 3; 1989
MEDALLION VIN: 2643C, BAL DUE 2011
$240.62
BLINDERT, ELIZABETH, BLK 4; 1994
ATLANTIC VIN: 4794155N4868, BAL
DUE 2011 $554.64
CHEWNING, GERALD K, BLK 4; LOT
1, BAL DUE 2011 $945.21
BRILEY, NICOLE J, BLK 6; 1997
HIGHLAND VIN: HL6641, BAL DUE 2011
$334.04
FAIMAN, TIMOTHY, BLK 7; 1996
FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY9615472ABV, BAL
DUE 2011 $296.27
BOWMAN, KEVIN, BLK 10; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $343.21
BOWMAN, RUBY R, BLK 10; 1995
FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY9514591ABV, BAL
DUE 2011 $323.00
NORTHSTAR SuB
LEESCO LLC, BLK 2; LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2011 $9,343.54
NOWLIN & WOOD
EISENBRAUN, LORETTA M, BLK 10;
LOT 5-6, BAL DUE 2011 $1,246.15
GLYMPH, ROBERT P, BLK 22; LOT
28-29, BAL DUE 2011 $821.83
BAKER, REBECCA, BLK 23; LOT B,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,054.30
HENK, CHARLA J, BLK 23; LOT A,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,067.38
NOWLIN & WOOD REPLAT
DESARRO, JOSEPH, BLK 31; LOT 4,
2011 $.00 Special Assessment $298.04
BERTALOT, WILLIAM A, BLK 32; E9' OF
LOT 48; ALL OF LOT 49 & W8' OF LOT
50, BAL DUE 2011 $1,607.06
LONEHILL, HOBART M, BLK 35; LOT
19, BAL DUE 2011 $1,416.83
NOyES SuB
NOYES, DOUGLAS C, LOT 2, BAL
DUE 2011 $688.94
OLDFIELD, H E SuB
BERHNS, MICHAEL L, BLK 2; 1981
HOLLY PARK VIN: M606121 WHEEL
ESTATES (RC) LOT 117, BAL DUE 2011
$234.43
DRESSLER, D D GBLK 2; 2000 PA-
TRIOT VIN: PAT24669IN WHEEL ES-
TATES (RC) LOT 0169, BAL DUE 2011
$675.82
LONG, JOSHUA, BLK 2; 1977 WIND-
SOR VIN: ZWK75142454 WHEEL ES-
TATES (RC) LOT 141, BAL DUE 2011
$118.94
MAKI, CHRIS, BLK 2; 1977 CHATEAU
VIN: 677476S7938 WHEEL ESTATES
(RC) LOT 16, BAL DUE 2011 $110.16
SCHNEIDER, WESLEY J, BLK 2;
1983 DETROITER VIN:
MNDH04D50226461A WHEEL ESTATES
(RC) LOT 105, BAL DUE 2011 $86.02
TIMMERMAN, TERRI L, BLK 2; 1978
GREAT LAKES VIN: GDMASD01782677
WHEEL ESTATES (RC) LOT 129, BAL
DUE 2011 $164.31
TUCKER, PAUL, BLK 2; 1996 AT-
LANTIC VIN: 47964746399 WHEEL ES-
TATES (RC) LOT 109, BAL DUE 2011
$317.93
WILLIAMSON, BRIAN M, BLK 2; 1980
LIBERTY VIN: 06L14679 WHEEL ES-
TATES (RC) LOT 164, BAL DUE 2011
$106.56
ORIGINAL TOWN OF RAPID CITy
DTH LLC, BLK 83; LOT 15-16, BAL
DUE 2011 $13,722.26
OLESEN, RICHARD A, BLK 83; LOT
14, 2011 $.00 Special Assessment
$180.43
LAKOTA BUILDING LL, BLK 84; LOT
17-18 & N55' OF LOT 19-21 (ORDI-
NANCE #2025), BAL DUE 2011
$4,417.07
AASEN PUBLISHING I, BLK 90; LOT
5-6, BAL DUE 2011 $3,919.15
HIGHMARK FEDERAL C, BLK 105;
LOT 10-12, BAL DUE 2011 $17,958.67
CONNELLY, RANDAL E, BLK 106;
N70' OF LOT 1-3; S70' OF LOT 1-3, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,996.87
KIPP, EUGENE W, BLK 110; N75' OF
LOT 29-32, BAL DUE 2011 $1,499.17
PECK/TOOHEY, CURT A, BLK 111;
S1/2 OF LOT 17-19, BAL DUE 2011
$2,490.59
SNEDEKER/AYLWARD, RICHARD J,
BLK 111; LOT 20 & W18'9" OF LOT 21,
BAL DUE 2011 $2,246.44
OWENS FAMILY TRUST, LISLE E,
BLK 114; LOT 1-2 & E15' OF LOT 3; W10'
OF LOT 3 & ALL OF LOT 4, BAL DUE
2011 $4,269.59
DEILY, NORMA L, BLK 116; N90' OF
LOT 1-4, BAL DUE 2011 $460.24
REMINGTON, DUANE A, BLK 126;
N72' OF LOT 1-2, 2011 $.00 Special As-
sessment $261.21
OWEN MANN
FENENGA INVESTMENT, 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 KIN-
NEY CT ADJACENT TO SAID LOTS,
BAL DUE 2011 $22,415.75
JUNEK, BRAD E, BLK 3; LOT B, BAL
DUE 2011 $4,181.54
PARK HILL
CULBERSON, MATTHEW S, BLK 1;
LOT 4, BAL DUE 2011 $1,302.01
RUML, WILLIAM D, BLK 3; LOT 3,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,526.33
PARK MEADOWS SuB
GUTHRIE INC, BLK 3; LOT 14, BAL
DUE 2011 $747.01
MARTIN, CORY, BLK 4; LOT 5, BAL
DUE 2011 $407.10
SCHWAHN JR, ARTHUR, BLK 5; LOT
5, BAL DUE 2011 $386.98
PARKRIDGE VILLAGE #2
FOLEY FAMILY TRUST, BLK 2; LOT A
OF LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011 $2,034.64
PINE VIEW TERRACE
KELLY, RYAN L, LOT M OF LOT 3,
BAL DUE 2011 $5,592.18
SATTERFIELD FAMILY, LOT L OF
LOT 3, BAL DUE 2011 $1,816.77
PINEDALE ADDN
BIAS, CHARLES R, BLK 1; LOT 1 RE-
VISED, BAL DUE 2011 $1,305.14
PLEASANT VALLEy
BENSON, CHARLES S, BLK 5; LOT
14, BAL DUE 2011 $2,229.96
REINTS/REINTS, ANNE S, BLK 6;
LOT 10, 2011 $.00 Special Assessment
$1,085.93
PROVIDENCE
CONNELLY, RANDAL E, BLK 17; LOT
25-28, BAL DUE 011 $1,121.73
RADIO TOWERS
CONNELLY, RANDAL E, BLK 3; LOT
D OF LOT 11, BAL DUE 2011 $1,614.93
HELLMAN, RANDY J, BLK 8; E52' OF
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011 $1,106.02
RAPID VALLEy SuB
BLACK HILLS AREA H, BLK 2; LOT
13, BAL DUE 2011 $313.17
VOSS, JOHN L, BLK 2; LOT 9 & S1/2
OF LOT 8, BAL DUE 2011 $1,290.63
RED ROCK ESTATES
BUNTROCK-GRAZIANO-, BLK 22;
LOT 22, BAL DUE 2011 $1,448.27
KIENOW, HENRY, BLK 22; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,860.76
RICHLAND ESTATES SuB
BANKWEST INC, 1996 DUTCHMAN
VIN: 4562D RICHLAND PARK MOBILE
HOM
E ESTATES LOT 131, BAL DUE 2011
$479.89
BRUNSSEN, RANDY, 1996 SHARLO
II VIN: NEB69A25479S RICHLAND
PARK MOBILE HOME ESTATES LOT
047, BAL DUE 2011 $301.83
DENNY, CORY A, 1977 ATLANTIC
VIN: 4777132319 RICHLAND PARK MO-
BILE HOME ESTATES LOT 118, BAL
DUE 2011 $48.73
ELK, NATHAN, 2003 REDMAN VIN:
11265513 RICHLAND PARK MOBILE
HOME ESTATES LOT 0126, BAL DUE
2011 $535.32
FRICKEL, DENNIS H, 1986 ATLANTIC
VIN: 476134N8401 RICHLAND PARK
MOBILE HOME ESTATES LOT 026, BAL
DUE 2011 $134.31
HANSEN, JASON L, 1985 COM-
MODORE VIN: KJ04053A RICHLAND
PARK MOBILE HOME ESTATES LOT
036, BAL DUE 2011 $199.37
JONES, DEBBIE, 1988 SCHULT VIN:
RF233336 RICHLAND PARK MOBILE
HOME ESTATES LOT 121, BAL DUE
2011 $279.83
KOSOLA, JOSH A, 1999 ATLANTIC
VIN: 479990401329 RICHLAND PARK
MOBILE HOME ESTATES LOT 0125,
BAL DUE 2011 $208.26
LAWTON, BONNIE G, 1982 BONNAV-
ILLA VIN: 28A11445 RICHLAND PARK
MOBILE HOME ESTATES LOT 127, BAL
DUE 2011 $158.48
LOGUE, KARI, 1997 CLIFTON VIN:
05975391327AB RICHLAND PARK MO-
BILE HOME ESTATES LOT 022, BAL
DUE 2011 $659.34
MCKICHAN, LISA A, 1994 CLIFTON
VIN: 05940668222 RICHLAND PARK
MOBILE HOME ESTATES LOT 082, BAL
DUE 2011 $272.83
MOONEY, RONNIE, 2005 REDMAN
VIN: 11268756 RICHLAND PARK MO-
BILE HOME ESTATES LOT 0061, BAL
DUE 2011 $646.47
MUNOZ, JESSICA, 1995 MARSH-
FIELD VIN: 067881 RICHLAND PARK
MOBILE HOME ESTATES LOT 113, BAL
DUE 2011 $395.31
TRICKEY, JAMES, 1993 COLT VIN:
39A21920S RICHLAND PARK MOBILE
HOME ESTATES LOT 081, BAL DUE
2011 $150.88
WIESER, JENNIFER, 1994 FRIEND-
SHIP VIN: MY9412035V RICHLAND
PARK MOBILE HOME ESTATES LOT
009, BAL DUE 2011 $232.58
WYLEZIK, RICHARD, 1985 ATLANTIC
VIN: 4759358193 RICHLAND PARK MO-
BILE HOME ESTATES LOT 012, BAL
DUE 2011 $129.50
YOUNG, RAVEN D, 1983 SCHULT
VIN: 191306 RICHLAND PARK MOBILE
HOME ESTATES LOT 077, BAL DUE
2011 $145.58
ROBBINSDALE
KRUSE, ROBERT L, BLK 1; LOT 33,
BAL DUE 011 $822.61
SACHS, DONALD L, BLK 3; LOT 27,
BAL DUE 2011 $914.39
ABDO, JUDITH M, BLK 5; LOT 19,
BAL DUE 2011 $630.85
ROBBINSDALE # 7
CANFIELD/TRAPHAGEN, KIMBERLY
K, BLK 2; LOT 3, BAL DUE 2011
$1,792.05
KAST, MILFORD E, BLK 14; LOT 14,
BAL DUE 2011 $2,751.77
BURDSAL, CHARLES, BLK 25; LOT
8, BAL DUE 2011 $2,354.09
THOMAS, KEITH W, BLK 29; LOT 7,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,132.25
ROBBINSDALE #10
MALONE, STEVEN R, BLK 8; LOT 30,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,245.43
ROBBINSDALE TERRACE
MADSEN, DARCY R, BLK 3; LOT 21,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,930.55
WINGER, MARK M, BLK 6; LOT 8,
BAL DUE 2011 $859.55
RuSHMORE
BENTZ-REBER TRUST/, NOLA J,
BLK 1; LOT 18-19, BAL DUE 2011
$833.88
PHELPS, TRUSTEES, PATRICIA A,
BLK 3; LOT 2, BAL DUE 2011 $1,343.17
SAMMI'S SuB
WIND RIVER LLC, LOT 2, BAL DUE
2011 $759.39
SANDSTONE RIDGE
CONDOMINIuMS
BENSON, CHARLES S, UNIT #211 &
.007937% UND INT IN COMMON AREA;
UNIT #318 & .007937% UND INT IN
COMMON AREA; UNIT #328 &
.007937% UND INT IN COMMON AREA,
BAL DUE 2011 $7,106.50
SANDSTONE RIDGE SuB
ROOKS WORK LLC/SD, LOT 5 RE-
VISED, BAL DUE 2011 $31,661.99
SCHAMBER SEC 4 SE 1/4 SE 1/4
KLUG, DENNIS A, LOT 13 LESS W2'
& LOT 14 OF LOT 12, BAL DUE 2011
$2,077.09
SCHAMBER SEC 9 NW 1/4 NE 1/4
COLE, HAROLD W, BLK 5; LOT 8,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,281.56
SCHNASSE
ANDERSON, RALPH J, BLK 2; W33'
OF LOT 2 & E1/2 OF LOT 3, BAL DUE
2011 $668.58
BOOMSMA, DAENE C, BLK 8; LOT 7,
BAL DUE 2011 $628.54
DUDA HOLDINGS LLC, BLK 10; LOT
1-2; LOT 3B, BAL DUE 2011 $5,920.18
PRICE, RUSSELL P, BLK 16; LOT 19-
20, BAL DUE 2011 $1,180.11
EVERGREEN APARTMEN, BLK 20;
LOT 20, BAL DUE 2011 $905.33
SCOTTS
OSGOOD, WILLIAM R, BLK 15; LOT
1 & 45' OF VACATED ANAMOSA
STREET, BAL DUE 2011 $1,155.38
FERGUSON, SHIRLEY A, BLK 16;
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011 $247.34
SG INTERSTATE PLAZA
FOUNTAIN SPRINGS D, LOT A OF
TRACT C REVISED, BAL DUE 2011
$4,554.41
GEIDEL, TRUSTEES, LEONARD L,
LOT 2 OF TRACT 1; LOT 3 OF TRACT
1, BAL DUE 2011 $6,914.30
SHERIDAN HEIGHTS
GALYARDT, GARY E, BLK 3; LOT 28,
BAL DUE 2011 $3,320.34
VINES, RICHARD S, BLK 3; LOT 14,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,619.95
SIOuX PARK
DEAN, LINDA M, BLK 4; LOT 10, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,015.14
SKyVIEW NORTH SuB
ERICKSON, BRETT C, BLK 2; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2011 $3,504.86
KLAPPRODT, KEVIN, BLK 2; LOT 3,
BAL DUE 2011 $588.29
SOuTH BELLEVIEW
STEINER SR, KENNETH F, LOT 2,
BAL DUE 2011 $2,273.26
SOuTH BOuLEVARD
BUSKER, JAMES W, BLK 7; LOT 5-6,
BAL DUE 2011 $683.52
ELIAS, CLARENCE R, BLK 19; LOT
15-16, BAL DUE 2011 $746.38
LYNCH, EDWARD J, BLK 19; LOT 27-
30; LOT 31-32, BAL DUE 2011 $2,684.32
TRIMBLE, MARY A, BLK 19; LOT 19-
21, BAL DUE 2011 $1,236.46
OWENS FAMILY TRUST, LISLE E,
BLK 22; LOT 11-12, BAL DUE 2011
$780.52
STEINER SR, KENNETH F, BLK 24;
LOT 23-24, BAL DUE 2011 $1,877.28
FANNING, SHAWN P, BLK 27; LOT
13-14, BAL DUE 2011 $1,402.35
K & R HOLDINGS LLC, BLK 29; LOT
16-18, BAL DUE 2011 $1,097.57
SOuTH MEADOWWOOD
STEVENS, JAMES A, BLK 8; LOT 21,
BAL DUE 2011 $861.12
SMITH, MARY L, BLK 9; LOT 9, BAL
DUE 2011 $999.43
SOuTH PARK
CAREY, JOE R, BLK 3; LOT 10-11,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,234.86
HARGENS, MARVIN D, BLK 4; W15'
OF LOT 4; ALL OF LOT 5 & E10' OF LOT
6, BAL DUE 011 $1,387.85
LARSON, MATTHEW A, BLK 4; LOT 1
& E10' OF LOT 2, 2011 $.00 Special As-
sessment $233.22
LYON, GERALD W, BLK 4; LOT 21-22
& E15' OF LOT 23, BAL DUE 2011
$1,717.99
OWENS FAMILY TRUST, LISLE E,
BLK 6; LOT 1-8; LOT 11-12; LOT 9-10,
BAL DUE 2011 $6,710.87
PATEL, PRAGATI, BLK 8; LOT 27-28,
BAL DUE 2011 $961.70
FORMAN, EUGENE, BLK 14; LOT 17-
18, BAL DUE 2011 $1,887.57
SHARP, ROBERT A, BLK 18; LOT 4-5,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,727.64
BERTALOT, WILLIAM A, BLK 28; LOT
35-36, BAL DUE 2011 $1,802.99
SOuTH POINTE SuB
MANDALAY HOMES LLC, BLK 2; LOT
12, BAL DUE 2011 $427.24
SOuTH ROBBINSDALE
CLASON, JACK, BLK 1; LOT 25, BAL
DUE 2011 $801.40
NAUGLE, TOM, BLK 1; LOT 20, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,034.17
STEINER SR, KENNETH F, BLK 2;
LOT 14, BAL DUE 2011 $1,889.64
LIVERMORE, RUSSELL L, BLK 6;
LOT 10, BAL DUE 2011 $1,753.41
JONES, TWYLA, BLK 11; LOT 7, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,848.43
MARET, KEVIN, BLK 13; E21' OF LOT
7 & W41' OF LOT 8, BAL DUE 2011
$1,471.58
BERTALOT, WILLIAM A, BLK 14; LOT
8, BAL DUE 2011 $1,708.14
SOuTH ROBBINSDALE #2
NELSON, BRENT A, BLK 1; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2011 $984.86
HAWK, VON P, BLK 4; LOT 13, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,815.39
SIGLER, MARK, BLK 5; LOT 21, BAL
DUE 011 $762.89
SPRINGBROOK ACRES
IMBERI, JOHN M, BLK 2; LOT 21, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,928.82
KELLY, DELORIA D, BLK 2; LOT 8,
BAL DUE 2011 $4,413.80
MESSNER/ROSS-MESSN, GARY E,
BLK 3; LOT 5, BAL DUE 2011 $2,698.73
HENSLEY, ANTHONY J, BLK 6; 1985
DETROITER VIN:
MNDH04B25536371A; LOT 28, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,268.12
SSJE SuB
WERTH, WILLARD, LOT 8 AND VA-
CATED ROW LOCATED SOUTH OF
JESS ST AND ADJACENT TO WEST OF
SAID LOT, BAL DUE 2011 $4,956.55
STANLEy TRACT
HOLLAND, JAMES B, LOT 17-18, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,063.87
STARLITE SuB
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RAPID CENTER LLC, LOT 3, BAL
DUE 2011 $694.96
STONEy CREEK SuB
JCP LAND COMPANY I, BLK 5; LOT
4; LOT 5A; LOT 7A; LOT 8, BAL DUE
2011 $3,458.63
JCP LAND COMPANY I, BLK 7; LOT
1; LOT 2; LOT 3, BAL DUE 2011
$1,583.67
STRATHAVON #3
H & L INVESTMENT P, BLK 1; LOT 24,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,075.44
MCDONALD, GREGORY M, BLK 1;
LOT 23, BAL DUE 2011 $1,030.09
OBERLITNER, JOHN W, BLK 1; LOT
25, BAL DUE 2011 $1,674.49
KOCH, CHRIS, BLK 5; LOT 20, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,041.88
STRATHAVON ADDN REVISED
195CAK ENTERPRISES LL, BLK 11;
LOT 12, BAL DUE 2011 $1,002.95
SuNNySIDE
KNAPP, JAMES A, BLK 26; LOT 50-
51, BAL DUE 2011 $1,218.75
SCHLIMGEN, ROBERT J, BLK 26;
W5' OF LOT 5; ALL OF LOT 6-7 & E5' OF
LOT 8, BAL DUE 2011 $1,175.08
CARLSON, KEITH N, BLK 32; LOT
6A, 2011 $.00 Special Assessment
$88.11
SuNNySIDE REPLAT
HALL/VALDEZ JR, CONNIE, BLK 28;
LOT 28-29, 2011 $.00 Special Assess-
ment $645.58
SuNRISE HEIGHTS
MADDOX, ANTHONY K, BLK 2; LOT
19, BAL DUE 2011 $1,232.07
MEISNER, RENAE E, BLK 2; LOT 1,
BAL DUE 2011 $3,038.51
TyLER KNuE SuB
MORRISON CONSTRUCT, BLK 1;
LOT 22R-1, BAL DUE 2011 $568.15
uNA DEL ACRES #2
SUNDBY % ROSSUM &, ROBERT T,
LOTS A & B OF LOT 11, BAL DUE 2011
$3,968.64
VISTA PARK CONDOMINIuMS
VEIGEL, JEFFREY K, BUILDING 1,
STORAGE UNIT B; UNIT 4023 OF
BUILDING 1 & UNDIVIDED INTEREST
IN COMMON AREA, BAL DUE 2011
$2,589.46
WALTH SuB
KNOCK, CRAIG, LOT B, BAL DUE
2011 $1,572.02
WELLINGTON HEIGHTS SuB
DVORAK, DAVID D, LOT 16A, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,392.38
WEST BOuLEVARD
CONNELLY, RANDAL E, BLK 2; W1/2
OF LOT 4; ALL OF LOT 5 & E1/2 OF LOT
6, BAL DUE 2011 $1,562.59
KECK/VOJTA, MATTHEW J, BLK 13;
S55' OF LOT 1-3, 2011 $.00 Special As-
sessment $160.46
BAKER, ROGER, BLK 38; E114.1' OF
LOT 21, BAL DUE 2011 $1,774.96
WESTVIEW ESTATES
ROLL, ROSS M, BLK 2; LOT 9, BAL
DUE 2011 $3,419.98
WISE'S ADDN
KINKADE, RHODA M, BLK 4; LOT 10-
11, BAL DUE 2011 $220.87
COSTELLO, JOSEPH K, BLK 9; E24'
OF LOT 22; ALL OF LOT 23 & W5' OF
LOT 4, BAL DUE 2011 $848.97
STEINER SR, KENNETH F, BLK 17;
LOT 9, BAL DUE 2011 $1,171.88
BRODIE, LEON, BLK 21; LOT 1, BAL
DUE 2011 $3,219.95
WOODRIDGE
BROWNLOW, STEVEN P, LOT 64,
BAL DUE 2011 $917.70
JONES, JACKIE R, LOT 95, BAL DUE
2011 $2,808.25
SCHMIDT/RIVERA, KAREN M, LOT
82, BAL DUE 2011
$3,133.3SCHROEDER, RUTH, LOT 69,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,129.89
SETTLERS LANDING
MONTGOMERY, CLARE A, TRACT 1
LESS PARCEL A, BAL DUE 2011
$265.14
ORIGINAL TOWN OF WASTA
MENG, RICHARD, BLK 6; 1996 CHII
VIN: NEB69A24616S, BAL DUE 2011
$578.16
MENG, RUTH W, BLK 6; LOT 9-11,
BAL DUE 2011 $178.62
PAVAO, DAWN C, BLK 9; LOT 1-3,
BAL DUE 2011 $285.20
GIBSON, LORI, BLK 11; S1/2 LOT 2;
LOT 3, BAL DUE 2011 $301.64
1S-16E SEC 05, uNPLATTED
HART, SLOAN K, 1978 SCHULT VIN:
163128 HUSTEAD'S MOBILEHOME
COURT LOT R6L5, BAL DUE 2011
$160.12
WILLUWEIT, WILL, 1993 BELLAVISTA
VIN: 39A21287 HUSTEAD'S MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT R711, BAL DUE
2011 $493.97
1S-16E SEC 06, PLATTED
T & M INVESTMENTS, TRACT 1 OF
LOT A OF LOT 2-4 OF NE1/4SE1/4, BAL
DUE 2011 $3,663.15
HuSTEAD'S 2ND ADDN
LYNCH, TERRY L, BLK 1; LOT 4-6,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,085.73
HuSTEAD'S 3RD ADDN
CHRISTIANSON PROPE, BLK 1; LOT
1, BAL DUE 2011 $2,286.51
KNAPP'S 1ST ADDN
CARSON, NORMA, BLK 1; LOT 6,
BAL DUE 2011 $364.33
MACKRILLS ADDN
ROYER/NELSON % ANN, RAY E,
BLK 1; LOT 3, BAL DUE 2011 $830.28
MARGuRITE CROWN'S FIRST ADDN
SMOOT, JOHN C, LOT D OF LOT 5
OF OUTLOT 1, BAL DUE 2011
$366.12
ORIGINAL TOWN OF WALL
CLARK, JAMES M, BLK 7; W60' OF
LOT 1, BAL DUE 2011 $267.89
ESTRIAN, INC, BLK 7; LOT 13-16 &
S1/ OF LOT 17, BAL DUE 2011
$3,000.53
1 NORTH-05E
IKENCINDY INC, SEC 15; 0.640
ACRE; LOT 12R; LOT 2 OF LOT D OF
LOT 1 OF S1/2SE1/4; LOT F OF LOT1
OF S1/2SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $1,042.99
1 NORTH 06E
SULHOFF, NANCY E, SEC 09; 0.000
ACRE; BLL ON GL 7 (LOT D, HISEGA
SUMMER HOME GROUP), BAL DUE
2011 $484.78
BEEBE, RUFUS J, SEC 12; 1.000
ACRE; LOT 2 OF TRACT A IN
NE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $1,173.47
KLUG, DENNIS, SEC 12; 0.650 ACRE;
LOT E OF LOT X OF SE1/4SW1/4 &
SW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $73.37
1 NORTH 07E
CUMMINGS, WENDY S, SEC 07;
4.100 ACRE; LOT A OF LOT 4, BAL DUE
2011 $1,515.28
MAY/KELLEY, WILLIAM A, SEC 18;
5.510 ACRE; PT NW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE
2011 $3,530.56
SUTTON, TRUSTEES, AL, SEC 29;
0.270 ACRE; LOT A OF LOT 1 OF
SE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $579.31
1 NORTH 08E
AASEN % QUIK QUART, CARSON,
SEC 02; 0.000 ACRE; BLL LOCATED ON
SE1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $966.98
LOCKHERT, KIRSTEN, SEC 02;
40.000 ACRE; SE1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE
2011 $126.60
KRUSE, RICK, SEC 09; 0.000 ACRE;
2000 FRIENDSHIP VIN:
MY0022618ABV, BAL DUE 2011 $885.22
MEREDITH, GERALD L, SEC 09;
0.000 ACRE; 1983 TITAN VIN:
2238526474AB; LOT B OF LOT 3 OF
SE1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $871.11
PERUSICH, JOHN M, SEC 09; 0.450
ACRE; LOT A OF LOT 7 OF SE1/4NE1/4,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,384.46
SOULEK, RANDY P, SEC 09; 0.000
ACRE; 1980 BONNAVILLA VIN:
08A10179 TRIPLE R MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT, BAL DUE 2011 $140.35
BOSWELL, RALPH S, SEC 10; 0.000
ACRE; 1990 FRIENDSHIP VIN:
MY907523ABV; LOT 1 OF LOT C OF
SW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $551.79
SHOOP, JOEL, SEC 10; 0.320 ACRE;
LOT 17 OF LOT D OF NE1/4NW1/4, BAL
DUE 2011 $352.69
BUCHOLZ, TERRY R, SEC 13; 7.110
ACRE; SE1/4SE1/4SE1/4 LESS LOT A
OF ORIOLE SUBD, BAL DUE 2011
$1,122.69
GREWELL, YVONNE, SEC 13; 0.000
ACRE; 1982 COMMODORE VIN:
KG2575A, BAL DUE 2011 $169.81
ALLEN, THOMAS L, SEC 14; 0.000
ACRE; 1978 ATLANTIC VIN:
4787242634 COTTONWOOD GROVE
MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 018, BAL
DUE 2011 $150.10
KAMMERER, PAMELA S, SEC 23;
39.000 ACRE; NW1/4SW1/4 LESS ROW,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,110.18
HAUBRICH, MARK, SEC 28; 0.000
ACRE; 1998 CHAMPION VIN:
05984822732AB, BAL DUE 2011
$413.06
MORRIS, MITCHEL E, SEC 32;
252.550 ACRE; E1/2E1/2; LOT 1 OF
NW1/4NE1/4; LOT 1 OF SW1/4NE1/4;
LOT 1OF SW1/4SE1/4; E1/2 OF LOT A
OF NW1/4NE1/4; E1/2 OF LOT A OF
E1/2NW1/4; LOT 1 OF NW1/4SE1/4,
BAL DUE 2011 $661.73
MORRIS, MITCHEL E, SEC 33;
160.000 ACRE; SE1/4; SE1/4NE1/4;
W1/2, BAL DUE 2011 $501.40
MORRIS, MITCHEL E, SEC 34;
54.560 ACRE; LOT 2 OF W1/2SW1/4 ,
BAL DUE 2011 $88.92
1 NORTH 09E
NICKLES/GORSUCH, JAMES H, SEC
07; 19.820 ACRE; N1/2 OF GOV'T LOT
3, BAL DUE 2011 $3,908.50
GRAVATT/MEYER-GRAV, JERRY D,
SEC 19; 44.220 ACRE; LOT 1 OF
TRACT C, BAL DUE 2011 $1,428.60
BROWN, WAYNE E, SEC 24; 0.000
ACRE; 2000 ATLANTIC VIN:
470008202129AB, BAL DUE 2011
$649.41
JUNDT, JEFRREY A, SEC 28; 0.000
ACRE; 1995 FRIENDSHIP VIN:
MY9514069V, BAL DUE 2011 $404.26
GRAVATT/MEYER-GRAV, JERRY D,
SEC 30; 2.140 ACRE; LOT 1 OF TRACT
B, BAL DUE 2011 $147.65
HOWIE, GORDON, SEC 32; 40.000
ACRE; NE1/4NE1/4; W1/2; W1/2NE1/4;
SE1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $6,718.91
1 NORTH 10E
AKERS LAND & CATTL, SEC 03;
322.180 ACRE; LOT 3-4; S1/2NW1/4,
SW1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $1,032.67
AKERS LAND & CATTL, SEC 04;
202.350 ACRE; GL 1-2; S1/2NE1/4;
N1/2N1/2SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $920.17
1 NORTH 11E
BILLS, ROGER J, SEC 29; 30.000
ACRE; NE1/4NW1/4 LESS
NE1/4NE1/4NW1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$76.45
1 NORTH 17E
WOLF, GALLYN E, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1977 MARLETTE VIN:
SAN70550AB; SW1/4 LESS ROW, BAL
DUE 2011 $847.40
LYLE % PATRICIA HU, WILLIAM C,
SEC 31; 159.800 ACRE; GL 3-4;
E1/2SW1/4 , BAL DUE 2011 $459.47
2 NORTH 05E
SAUNDERS, RICHARD, SEC 28;
1.100 ACRE; LOT D OF
NE1/4NW1/4AND SE1/4NW1/4, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,508.75
2 NORTH 06E
3L LLC, SEC 24; 35.000 ACRE;
W1/2SW1/4SE1/4; SE1/4SW1/4SE1/4;
N1/2NE1/4SW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$40.40
3L'S LLC, SEC 24; 40.000 ACRE;
SE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $74.60
3L'S LLC, SEC 25; 40.000 ACRE;
NE1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $81.35
2 NORTH 07E
CLIFT, STEVE, SEC 08; 0.000 ACRE;
1983 TOWN HOUSE VIN: N04442K VAL-
LEY VIEW MOBILE HOME COURT LOT
400X, BAL DUE 2011 $120.08
BART, HEATHER, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1978 DETROITER VIN:
MNDH04D4972371A SUNNYSIDE MO-
BILE HOME COURT LOT 9, BAL DUE
2011 $78.00
BENNETT, JULIE A, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1977 GREAT LAKES VIN:
GDMASD30772563 SUNNYSIDE MO-
BILE HOME COURT LOT 6, BAL DUE
2011 $98.98
BERTSCH, DONALD, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1982 CHAMPION VIN:
1621213392IDA PONDEROSA MOBILE
HOME RANCH LOT 45, BAL DUE 2011
$130.62
BUSKOHL, DAROLD, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1995 SCHULT VIN: R263712
SUNNYSIDE MOBILE HOME COURT
LOT 87, BAL DUE 2011 $314.58
COATES, DARYL T, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1992 HIGHLAND VIN: HG3139
COBBLESTONE MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 0010, BAL DUE 2011
$150.87
COTTRELL, KYLE A, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1979 MARSHFIELD VIN: 42826
CIMARRON PARK LOT 116, BAL DUE
2011 $102.00
CRAGLOW, CHARLENE, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1997 FRIENDSHIP VIN:
MY9717289V B & J MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 041, BAL DUE 2011
$524.85
CUMMINGS, JOHN W, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1991 ATLANTIC VIN:
471143N1906 B & J MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 0032, BAL DUE 2011
$331.16
DUDASH SR, , MICHAEL ASEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1979 DETROITER VIN:
MNDH04D33806351A CIMARRON
PARK LOT 406, BAL DUE 2011 $121.58
ERICKSON, DONALD O, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1989 SCHULT VIN:
RF233782 SUNNYSIDE MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 27, BAL DUE 2011 $113.58
GLOYD, FRED, SEC 17; 0.000 ACRE;
1995 FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY9513666V
COBBLESTONE MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 050, BAL DUE 2011
$397.49
GRAY, HARLEY A, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 2000 HIGHLAND VIN: H09263
SUNNYSIDE MOBILE HOME COURT
LOT 94 , BAL DUE 2011 $539.24
HULING, REED, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1994 ATLANTIC VIN:
4794573N4483 B & J MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 052, BAL DUE 2011
$338.68
JENSEN, BRYAN, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1988 BONNAVILLA VIN:
88A16331 SUNNYSIDE MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 33, BAL DUE 2011 $101.88
JENSEN, JOHN, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1979 VIKING VIN: R11070669
SUNNYSIDE MOBILE HOME COURT
LOT 78, BAL DUE 2011 $102.00
KEIPER, CINDY, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1993 FRIENDSHIP VIN:
MY9311024V B & J MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 005, BAL DUE 2011
$184.91
KIENZLE, VERN, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1979 COMMODORE VIN:
KD1284A CIMARRON PARK LOT 131,
BAL DUE 2011 $78.00
MELVIN, MICHAEL C, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1997 CENT VIN: MY97101923K
COBBLESTONE MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 0036, BAL DUE 2011
$471.95
NEUMILLER, LYNDNDA MSEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 2004 FRIENDSHIP VIN:
MY0426657V B & J MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 0016, BAL DUE 2011
$655.32
ONE FEATHER, GLORIA, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 2001 REDMAN VIN:
137C3256, BAL DUE 2011 $867.82
PEDERSON, LISA M, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1994 ATLANTIC VIN:
4794703N4646 SUNNYSIDE MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT 68, BAL DUE 2011
$299.11
POWLES, VANESSA, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 2008 HIGHLAND VIN: HW12066
B & J MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 7,
BAL DUE 2011 $708.07
ROSE, DEBRA, SEC 17; 0.000 ACRE;
1977 BONNAVILLA VIN: 77A6710 PON-
DEROSA MOBILE HOME RANCH
LOT016, BAL DUE 2011 $61.27
RUNGE, MIKE, SEC 17; 0.000 ACRE;
1977 MARLETTE VIN:
K14378FB0R60432 CIMARRON PARK
LOT 404, BAL DUE 2011 $109.56
SCHOMBERG, CAROL, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1982 KOZY VIN: KG2762A
SUNNYSIDE MOBILE HOME COURT
LOT 29, BAL DUE 2011 $144.21
SCHOOLEY, SAHWN M, SEC 17,
0.000 ACRE; 1994 ATLANTIC VIN:
4794143N4234 B & J MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 0044, BAL DUE 2011
$405.04
SCHUETZOW, PAULINE, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1996 SKYLINE VIN:
04511803I COBBLESTONE MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT 0041, BAL DUE
2011 $350.41
SCHURMAN, TED, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1993 HIGHLAND VIN: HH3919 B
& J MOBILE HOME COURT LOT
030MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 22,
BAL DUE 2011 $126.10
SHERMAN, PAUL E, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1997 FRIENDSHIP VIN:
MY9717851V B & J MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 047, BAL DUE 2011
$564.05
WHITE, JENNA F, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 2003 REDMAN VIN: 11266282 B
& J MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 0015,
BAL DUE 2011 $469.89
ZIMIGA, CHARLES, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 2000 CHAMPION VIN:
0500L7605254AB, BAL DUE 2011
$1,103.00
HANSON, JASON, SEC 20; 0.210
ACRE; LOT C OF SW1/4SW1/4, BAL
DUE 2011 $529.72
SMOOT/UTZMAN, ALAN L, SEC 23;
106.400 ACRE; SE1/4NW1/4;
NE1/4SW1/4 LESS TRACTS A, B & C;
SE1/4SW1/4 LESS NE1/4SE1/4SW1/4,
BAL DUE2011 $14,938.74
3L'S LLC, SEC 30; 38.540 ACRE; GL 1
(AKA NW1/4NW1/4), BAL DUE 2011
$44.54
SKOOG, MICHELLE M, SEC 31;
4.270 ACRE; UNPLATTED BALANCE
OF GL 2 (AKA SW1/4NW1/4), BAL DUE
2011 $1,443.94
2 NORTH 08E
HILL, LORETTA, SEC 08; 6.500
ACRE; PT SE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$132.58
TITUS TRUST, RAYMOND T, SEC 10;
1.460 ACRE; THAT PORTION IN PENN
CO OF E1/2W1/2SW1/4SW1/4 LESS,
BAL DUE 2011 $165.61
CARON/EFTA, SCOTT E, SEC 15;
40.000 ACRE; SE1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE
2011 $1,125.40
SCHAUB, ROD, SEC 15; 3.000 ACRE;
TRACT A OF LOT 1 OF SW1/4SW1/4,
BAL DUE 2011 $332.17
TIBBETTS, SHANNON E, SEC 16;
78.300 ACRE; E1/2SW1/4 LESS TIB-
BETTS SUBD & ROW, BAL DUE 2011
$379.08
5005 FINANCE, SEC 17; 0.000 ACRE;
2005 FOUR SEASONS VIN: FS216290
COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 107; 2006 FOUR SEA-
SONS VIN: FH104685 COUNTRY VIL-
LAGE ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 99, BAL
DUE 2011 $2,579.57
ACEVEDO, JONATHEN, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1984 OAK MANOR VIN:
GDGENE438312930 COUNTRY VIL-
LAGE ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 30, BAL
DUE 2011 $179.43
BREWER, RICHARD L, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1980 LINCOLN PARK VIN:
LP101042 COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (NORTH) LOT 79, BAL DUE 2011
$131.29
COGAN, JESSICA, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1979 LIBERTY VIN: 05L11874
COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 97, BAL DUE 2011
$113.77
COLPRIT, KARIN, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1996 FRIENDSHIP VIN:
MY9615826V COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (NORTH) LOT 13, BAL DUE 2011
$412.56
COUNTRY VILLAGE ES, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1977 SHARLO VIN: 6252
COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 52B; 1982 WINDSOR
VIN: ZWK75149142 COUNTRY VIL-
LAGE ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 76; 1983
TITAN VIN: 2238876834 COUNTRY VIL-
LAGE ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 49; 1984
LIBERTY VIN: 06L18146 COUNTRY VIL-
LAGE ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 64; 1991
FRIENDSHIP VIN: MY917907V COUN-
TRY VILLAGE ESTATES (NORTH) LOT
112; 1992 SHARLO VIN: 29A20111S
COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 29; 1994 HOMARK VIN:
MNHM9420351A COUNTRY VILLAGE
ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 55; 1995
SCHULT VIN: G3100684 COUNTRY VIL-
LAGE ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 50; 1996
HIGHLAND VIN: HK5724 COUNTRY
VILLAGE ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 19,
BAL DUE 2011 $2,065.86
GRONLUND, JERROLD, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1981 FOREST PARK VIN:
M60F193 COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (NORTH) LOT 78, BAL DUE 2011
$137.50
GROSS, AMOS, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 2005 FOUR SEASONS VIN:
FH104469 COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (NORTH) LOT 110, BAL DUE
2011 $816.20
HALL, DENNIS, SEC 17; 0.000 ACRE;
1977 MODULINE VIN: 63515 COUNTRY
VILLAGE ESTATES (NORTH) LOT 39,
BAL DUE 2011 $74.98
HANSEN, MEDA K, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1989 FRIENDSHIP VIN: 6628*
COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 102, BAL DUE 2011
$272.18
JENSON, CANDICE M, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1978 BENDIX VIN: KC1037A
COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 21, BAL DUE 2011
$131.85
MURPHY, E EDWARD RSEC 17;
10.000 ACRE; E1/2W1/2NW1/4NW1/4;
W1/2E1/2NW1/4NW1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$2,140.49
PROGRESSIVE HOUSIN, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 2005 FOUR SEASONS
VIN: FH104435 COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (NORTH) LOT 115, BAL DUE
2011 $841.63
ROBINSON, WILLIAM L, SEC 17;
0.000 ACRE; 1994 CLIFTON VIN:
05945758117 COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (NORTH) LOT 40, BAL DUE 2011
$274.18
SOLANO, EUGENE, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1982 COMMODORE VIN:
KG2850A COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (NORTH) LOT 83, BAL DUE 2011
$140.60
SW INVESTMENTS, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1994 LIBERTY VIN: 06L25825
COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 2, BAL DUE 2011 $326.33
WIELANDER, TAMMY, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1989 CHAMPION VIN:
229427T9483 COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (NORTH) LOT 33, BAL DUE 2011
$314.31
WILCZYNSKI, CINDY, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1978 SCHULT VIN:158905
COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(NORTH) LOT 87, BAL DUE 2011
$176.33
WOLF, GARY R, SEC 17; 0.000
ACRE; 1986 CHAMPION VIN:
0563291873 COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (NORTH) LOT 23, BAL DUE 2011
$181.00
COUNTRY VILLAGE ES, SEC 20;
0.000 ACRE; 1977 BUDDY VIN:
04590860K COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (SOUTH) LOT 0054; 1978 AT-
LANTIC VIN: 4780352833 COUNTRY
VILLAGE ESTATES (SOUTH) LOT 059;
1978 KIRKWOOD VIN: GH10234157
COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(SOUTH) LOT 057; 1979 MARSHFIELD
VIN: 43091 COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (SOUTH) LOT 0035; 1981
CLIFTON VIN: 8232 COUNTRY VIL-
LAGE ESTATES (SOUTH) LOT 011;
1982 DETROITER VIN:
MNDH04D05223801A COUNTRY VIL-
LAGE ESTATES (SOUTH) LOT 066;
1984 BELLA VISTA VIN: 48A13669
COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(SOUTH) LOT 0019; 1985 SCHULT VIN:
198304 COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(SOUTH) LOT 43, BAL DUE 2011
$1,188.93
DELAY, ELIZABETH, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1999 CHIEF VIN: NEB99B01549
D & J MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 010,
BAL DUE 2011 $691.93
DOMINQUEZ, MARIO, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 2006 FOUR SEASONS VIN:
FH104703 COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (SOUTH) LOT 64, BAL DUE 2011
$689.26
ERDMANN, RONALD D, SEC 20;
0.000 ACRE; 1985 MODULINE VIN:
65478 COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(SOUTH) LOT 71, BAL DUE 2011
$119.79
FRAZIER, CLAUDE, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1979 HOUSE OF HARMONY
VIN: M117445, BAL DUE 2011 $69.10
HOLTER, DANIEL C, SEC 20; 14.000
ACRE; S1/2W1/2NW1/4NW1/4,
S1/2W1/2E1/2NW1/4NW1/4 LESS LOT
1, BAL DUE 2011 $619.14
HOLZWARTH, NEIL W, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1990 SHARLO VIN: 09A18147S
D & J MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 32RY
VILLAGE ESTATES (SOUTH) LOT 058,
BAL DUE 2011 $106.46
JENNIGES III, VALENTINE, SEC 20;
0.000 ACRE; 1984 HOMEMADE VIN:
SD11117HT89 COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (SOUTH) LOT 069, BAL DUE
2011 $89.71
LESTER, MERCEDESE, SEC 20;
0.000 ACRE; 1996 CLIFTON VIN:
05964410171 D & J MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 039, BAL DUE 2011
$316.10
LEWIS, SCOTT J, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1978 ARTCRAFT VIN: CA12496
COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(SOUTH) LOT 024, BAL DUE 2011
$69.11
LUDOVISSIE, JAMES D, SEC 20;
0.000 ACRE; 1999 PATRIOT VIN:
PAT22919IN D & J MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 0017, BAL DUE 2011
$715.32
MAX, HARRY, SEC 20; 0.000 ACRE;
2001 ATLANTIC VIN: 470135503125AB
D & J MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 0024,
BAL DUE 2011 $814.63
MOORE, RUSSELL, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1981 SCHULT VIN: 173846, BAL
DUE 2011 $173.93
OAKES, RANDY J, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1994 HIGHLAND VIN: HI4197 D
& J MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 0012,
BAL DUE 2011 $204.15
PAGE, RICHARD E, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1983 CHAMPION VIN:
243815S5680 COUNTRY VILLAGE ES-
TATES (SOUTH) LOT 053, BAL DUE
2011 $115.77
PHUNTSHOK, COLLEEN, SEC 20;
0.000 ACRE; 1979 DUKE CROWN
ROYAL VIN: Z018045 COUNTRY VIL-
LAGE ESTATES (SOUTH) LOT 018, BAL
DUE 2011 $114.23
ROACH, BRYON L, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1979 MEDALLION VIN: 5049N
COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES
(SOUTH) LOT 0040, BAL DUE 2011
$169.91
STARBOY, WAYNE M, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1998 FRIENDSHIP VIN:
MY9819367V D & J MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 30, BAL DUE 2011 $500.76
TIBBETTS, TREVOR L, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; 1991 FRIENDSHIP VIN: 8315 D
& J MOBILE HOME COURT LOT 0037;
BAL DUE 2011 $198.00
BARBER, DEBRA S, SEC 08, 0.000
ACRE; 1993 HIGHLAND VIN: HH4002,
BAL DUE 2011 $300.95
G K & M LLP, SEC 13; 220.140 ACRE;
SW1/4 LESS NW1/4NW1/4SW1/4;
SE1/4 LESS THE S1867' OF THE E1867'
& LESS THE E224.20' OF THE N773' OF
THE W1/2NW1/4SE1/4 & LESS THE
W330' OF THE N773' OF THE
E1/2NW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$403.40
GRAVATT, JERRY, SEC 13; 10.000
ACRE; NW1/4NW1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE
2011 $239.90
HITSCHEW, KENNETH, SEC 13;
0.000 ACRE; 1982 HOLLY PARK VIN:
M606128, BAL DUE 2011 $218.54
G K & M LLP, SEC 14; 80.000 ACRE;
E1/2SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $126.66
G K & M LLP, SEC 23; 40.000 ACRE;
NE1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $72.43
2 NORTH 10E
AKERS LAND & CATTL, SEC 21;
219.010 ACRE; W1724.32' OF W1/2
LYING N OF I90 ROW; ALL THAT POR-
TION LYING S OF I90 ROW LESS HWY
1416, BAL DUE 2011 $827.05
AKERS LAND & CATTL, SEC 27;
280.000 ACRE; SW1/4; W1/2SE1/4;
SE1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $663.42
AKERS, ROBERT W, SEC 28; 58.480
ACRE; NE1/4NW1/4 LESS HWY 1416
ROW; N1/2SE1/4NW1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$116.20
AKERS LAND & CATTL, SEC 28;
551.250 ACRE; THAT PART OF SEC-
TION LYING S OF I90 ROW & S OF
HWY 1416 LESS RR ROW, LESS
NE1/4NW1/4, & LESS N1/2SE1/4NW1/4,
BAL DUE 2011 $3,055.40
AKERS LAND & CATTL, SEC 33;
319.860 ACRE; E1/2 LESS ROW, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,136.15
AKERS LAND & CATTL, SEC 34;
467.680 ACRE; N1/2 LESS RTY; SW1/4,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,572.00
2 NORTH 11E
WESTERN DAKOTA LAN, SEC 07;
26.000 ACRE; PT S1/2S1/2, BAL DUE
2011 $75.62
WESTERN DAKOTA LAN, SEC 18;
80.290 ACRE; N1/2N1/2 OF GL 1;
N1/2NE1/4NW1/4; NW1/4NE1/4;
NW1/4SW1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$233.41
WOOD, DAWN G, SEC 29; 8.880
ACRE; S700' OF SW1/4SW1/4 LESS
CEMETERY TRACT, LESS 20' DRIVE
LOCATED ADJ TO N & W SIDES OF
CEMETERY, LESS S400' OF W460' OF
SW1/4SW1/4, LESS RAUE SUB, LESS
W225' OF S700' & LESS ROW
GIMPEL, DOUGLAS G, SEC 30; 3.510
ACRE; THAT PT OF A 40 RODS X 40
RODS PARCEL IN THE E1/2SW1/4 LO-
CATED OUTSIDE NEW UNDERWOOD
CITY LIMITS, BAL DUE 2011 $594.82
TRULLINGER, RONALD L, SEC 35;
1.720 ACRE; S165' OF
SW1/4SW1/4SW1/4 LESS ROW, BAL
DUE 2011 $1,254.52
TRENARY, KELLY, SEC 36; 40.000
ACRE; S1/2S1/2SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$3,047.33
2 NORTH 12E
OLDE GLORY MARKETI, SEC 29;
12.230 ACRE; TRACT A IN W1/2NW1/4,
BAL DUE 2011 $1,623.49
2 NORTH 13E
PAGE, ARTHUR L, SEC 20; 40.000
ACRE; E1/2W1/2SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$62.32
PAGE, ARTHUR L, SEC 29; 74.880
ACRE; E1/2NE1/4 LESS ROW, BAL DUE
2011 $649.44
2 NORTH 16E
KAMMERER, MITCHELL, SEC 21;
0.000 ACRE; 2002 HIGHLAND VIN:
HQ10148AB, BAL DUE 2011 $751.34
1 SOuTH 01E
HENDERSON/BANKS, FRANK E,
SEC 25; 102.570 ACRE; ALSO IN SEC-
TIONS 23, 24 & 26, BAL DUE 2011
$156.10
1 SOuTH 03E
HOBART, STEVEN MSEC 16; 30.000
ACRE; E1/2W1/2SW1/4NE1/4;
E1/2SW1/4NE1/4; SE1/4SE1/4SE1/4;
W1/2W1/2SW1/4NE1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$2,880.74
1 SOuTH 04E
HUGHES, ADAM C, SEC 26; 0.000
ACRE; 1983 FRIENDSHIP VIN:
5936ABF, BAL DUE 2011 $266.97
1 SOuTH 05E
MIILLER, GARY, SEC 20; 0.000
ACRE; BLL ON GL 15 (LOT 5 CHINA
GULCH GROUP), BAL DUE 2011
$729.26
BOYUM, JAMES M, SEC 21; 5.880
ACRE; LOT C OF LOT 2 OF
NE1/4SW1/4SW1/4, BAL DUE 2011
$8,991.20
ESTES/JOHNSON, DOYLE, SEC 33;
1.400 ACRE; THAT PT OF GL 8 LYING S
OF OLD HILL CTIY RD, BAL DUE 2011
$194.00
1 SOuTH 06E
BARBOUR, JUDITH R, SEC 05; 0.000
ACRE; BLL ON GL 1 (LOT H OF
BALSER GROUP), BAL DUE 2011
$1,102.84
PAYTON, RUSSELL H, SEC 10;
78.080 ACRE; E1/2NW1/4 LESS PT LOT
1-3, BAL DUE 2011 $62.69
DTH LLC, SEC 18; 0.000 ACRE; BLL
OF S1/2 (LOT 35 BLUE WING RECRE-
ATION), BAL DUE 2011 $14.65
1 SOuTH 07E
CAZAN, MARY, SEC 03; 0.000 ACRE;
1988 HOMK VIN: MNHM8805201A
HAPPY HOLIDAY MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT, BAL DUE 2011 $178.54
FORST, ANDRE, SEC 03; 0.000
ACRE; 1978 CENTURY CLASSIC VIN:
CHCC016497 HAPPY HOLIDAY MO-
BILE HOME COURT LOT 016, BAL DUE
2011 $143.14
GARDNER, KENNY R, SEC 03; 0.000
ACRE; 1978 VIKING VIN: R11070445
HAPPY HOLIDAY MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 0017, BAL DUE 2011
$100.92
GOLD RUSH ENTERPRI, SEC 03;
0.000 ACRE; 1998 SCHULT VIN:
R280358AB; LOT 3 OF NE1/4SW1/4 (W
OF HWY), BAL DUE 2011 $5,735.66
GRIMM, ELAINE A, SEC 03; 0.000
ACRE; 1996 FRIENDSHIP VIN:
MY9615964V HAPPY HOLIDAY MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT 001, BAL DUE 2011
$430.97
NORTON, MIKE, SEC 03; 0.000
ACRE; 1981 FOREST PARK VIN:
M60F0365 HAPPY HOLIDAY MOBILE
HOME COURT LOT 019, BAL DUE 2011
$135.71
SCHWEPPE, ARIC J, SEC 03; 0.000
ACRE; 1997 HIGHLAND VIN: HL7016
HAPPY HOLIDAY MOBILE HOME
COURT LOT 0015, BAL DUE 2011
$270.47
WILLIAMS SERRANO, LEAH J, SEC
03; 0.000 ACRE; 1996 SCHULT VIN:
P274598, BAL DUE 2011 $328.04
KIEFFER, CLIFFORD C, SEC 29;
0.000 ACRE; 1983 BELMONT VIN:
GDGENE178312722AB, BAL DUE 2011
$462.78
CUSTER RANCH LLC, SEC 30;
184.200 ACRE; LOT 1-2, SW1/4NE1/4,
SE1/4NW1/4, NW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE
2011 $1,162.73
1 SOuTH 08E
MORRIS, MITCHEL E, SEC 03;
31.260 ACRE; GL 4, BAL DUE 2011
$32.44
MORRIS, MITCHEL E, SEC 04;
20.000 ACRE; E1/2NE1/4SE1/4;
NW1/4SE1/4; GL 1-2; W1/2NE1/4SE1/4,
BAL DUE 2011 $232.00
1 SOuTH 09E
OMNI DEVELOPMENT I, SEC 02;
264.690 ACRE; GOV'T LOT 1 LESS .73
AC PLATTED INTO HOOK J SUBD;
GOV'T LOT 2; BAL DUE 2011 $2,762.29
DELANEY, PATRICK J, SEC 03; 0.000
ACRE; 2002 PATRIOT VIN:
PAT261501N, BAL DUE 2011 $568.28
MARTIN, KEENAN, SEC 03; 0.000
ACRE; 1994 CHAMPION VIN:
05948248235AB, BAL DUE 2011
$274.56
CLARKE, WALLIE, SEC 04; 0.000
ACRE; 1992 LIBERTY VIN: 06L23261,
BAL DUE 2011 $242.29
LAUGHLIN SR, ROBERT A, SEC 10;
40.000 ACRE; NW1/4NW1/4, BAL DUE
2011 $1,369.48
2 SOuTH 08E
WHITEHEAD, LINDA, SEC 07; 0.000
ACRE; 1983 COLT VIN: 9059R&L, BAL
DUE 2011 $108.62
WHITEHEAD, LINDA M, SEC 07;
8.000 ACRE; SE1/4SE1/4SE1/4 LESS
ROW, BAL DUE 2011 $420.77
2 SOuTH 13E
BROWN, PATRICK W, SEC 12;
160.000 ACRE; SE1/4; SW1/4, BAL DUE
2011 $830.82
BROWN, PATRICK W, SEC 13;
320.000 ACRE; E1/2, BAL DUE 2011
$1,118.21
BROWN, PATRICK W, SEC 36; 79.490
ACRE; N1/2SE1/4 LESS LOT H1, BAL
DUE 2011 $315.02
2 SOuTH 14E
BROWN, PATRICK W, SEC 18;
116.230 ACRE; GL 4; SE1/4SW1/4;
SW1/4SE1/4, BAL DUE 2011 $270.93
BROWN, PATRICK W, SEC 19;
390.930 ACRE; GL 3-4 LESS LOT H1;
E1/2W1/2 LESS LOT H1; W1/2E1/2
LESS LOT H1, BAL DUE 2011 $1,292.58
2 SOuTH 17E
O'BRYAN, B BESSIESEC 27; 0.000
ACRE; 1982 CHAMPION VIN:
0520748070AB, BAL DUE 2011 $172.68
BARNETT, BRUCE A, SEC 28;
320.000 ACRE; E1/2, BAL DUE 2011
$743.07
MINERAL SuRVEy PROPERTy
MUILENBURG, MARK, MARY E
LODE, MS # 0000446, ALSO IN SEC-
TION 30, BAL DUE 2011 $508.34
BENNETT, LARK L, EDDIE #2 LODE,
MS # 0000524, (ALSO IN SECTIONS 32
& 33), BAL DUE 2011 $2,088.61
BENNETT, LARK L, JOLLY #1, MS #
000ES SUB & LESS ROW (ALSO IN
SEC 33), BAL DUE 2011 $1,425.48
BENNETT, LARK L, JOLLY #2, MS #
0000528, LESS TRACT 2 & 3 OF SUM-
MIT PEAK ESTATES SUB & ROW
(ALSO IN SEC 32), BAL DUE 2011
$1,804.43
BENNETT, LARK L, JOLLY #3, MS #
0000529, LESS TRACT 1, 2 & 4 OF
SUMMIT PEAK ESTATES SUB & ROW
(ALSO IN SEC 33), BAL DUE 2011
$1,141.27
MCNULTY/SODER, SEAN L, HER-
MOSA #2 LODE, MS # 0001111, S360'
(ALSO IN SECTION 14 OF 2S-6E), BAL
DUE 2011 $985.93
WIGHT, LEW, HOPE PLACER, MS #
0001653, PT OF HOPE PLACER, MS
#1653 AKA NW1/4SW1/4NW1/4, BAL
DUE 2011 $818.14
Published December 13, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $1,742.40.
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
2012 AND PRIOR yEARS
S.D.C.L. 10-22-2
Janet Sayler
PENNINGTON COUNTY
TREASURER
ABDA, $129.06;ABDA INVESTMENTS
INC, $139.45; ABDA INVESTMENTS INC
C/D JUDY & TERRY KLOS, $110.92;
AFRANK, LARRY, $103.59; AGUINIGA,
SALVADOR AND RAMONA D, $49.42;
AGUINIGA, SALVADOR OR RAMONA,
$119.92; AGUINIGA, STEPHANIE,
$106.39; AHLSTROM, JESSICA,
$144.81; AIMONETTO, JOHN OR
SUSAN, $135.71; ALEXANDER, VANCE
OR LORRI, $333.43; AMICK, DOUGLAS
OR CUMMINS, LINDA, $136.56;
ARCHILTA, NADA, $127.76; ARENAS,
ESTHER, $83.50; ARMSTRONG
MCKINLEY CO LLC, $61.90; ARM-
STRONG, CATHERINE O C/O ANDER-
SON, ALFRED J, $128.25; ARM-
STRONG, COURTNEY OR FIRE,
JOSEPHINE, $22.26; ARPAN,
DOROTHY M, $88.33; ASHLEY,
RONALD D, $82.94; ATHANS, DENISE
A, $120.58; AUGESON, SHANE
RONALD, $55.83; AUSTIN, MICHAEL
AND SIMONSON, LISA, $80.16;
BAKER, LEONARD ELWOOD OR PA-
TRICIA ANN, $41.91; BEDNARZ,
AMANDA MAY AND HAROLD COUNTS,
$130.23; BETTELYOUN, SUSAN OR
DWAYNE, $130.29; BIELMAIER, EARL,
$74.73; BIES, TROY, $88.64; BLACK-
WELL, LARRY H, $112.90; BORDEAUX,
FORREST, $57.77; BORGLUM HISTOR-
ICAL CENTER INC, $87.92;
BRAUNINGER, TONIA, $49.25;
BROWN, DOUGLAS H, $44.27;
BROWN, RAYMOND, $160.29;
BRUNTLETT, CHARLES A, $45.39;
Continued on page 13
Pennington County Courant • December 13, 2012 • Page 12 Public Notices
Public Notice Advertising
Protects Your Right To Know.
Pennington County Delinquent
Real Estate Tax List
(cont. from previous page)
BUNDERSON, LINDA M, $87.44; BUR-
DEN, ROBERT OR THERESA, $85.59;
BUSH JR, FRED V, $183.82; BUTTER-
FIELD, ROY OR WALKER, VELMA C/D
JODIE DEEGAN, $103.19;
CAGE, LEAH RACHEL, $113.13;
CAMP, TINA M, $119.69; CARSON,
NORMA, $191.21; CAVENAH, JERRY W
OR VIRGINIA, $96.84; CHAMBERS,
KRISTAL, $60.21; CHARTRAND,
OSCAR O OR DORINE M, $112.83;
CHIPMAN, CAROLYN M, $135.98;
CHRISTENSEN, CYNTHIA K, $102.71;
COLVIN, MELVIN AND KRYSTINA,
$155.56; COMER-BECKETT, ELIZA-
BETH OR BECKETT, JESS, $193.95;
COUNTRY VILLAGE ESTATES,
$152.77; COX, DARLENE OR NORMAN
C/D OINES, DANIEL & BAUER, LA,
$70.30; CRAVEN, DONNA, $65.61;
CUNNINGHAM, WAYNE A, $258.16;
CVRC LIMITED PARTNERSHIP,
$339.33;
DELL, RICHARD AND SANDRA,
$87.23; DENKE, KENNETH L OR
NANCY A, $78.83; DEWBERRY SR,
JEFFERY DAVID, $61.64; DIEDRICH,
RANDY OR RHONDA, $27.77; DUNNI-
HOO, JEFF OR BECKY, $97.47;
EALY, LATISHA A OR POWERS,
NANCY J, $59.71; ECKHOLM, ERIC J,
$57.90; EFFENBERGER, JOHN R,
$78.65; EISENBRAUN, COLIN, $186.67;
ELDRIDGE, RICHARD, $95.15; ELLIS,
DAVID W OR JOY L, $78.73; ERICK-
SON, CODI, $39.47;
FERRIER, JOSH RYAN, $130.08;
FOSTER, DANIEL R AND URBAN,
BRIAN K, $60.23; FRANCIS, BENNIE,
$266.73; FRANCIS, BENNIE L, $116.00;
FRANCIS, BENNIE OR CHRISTINE,
$48.87; FRANCIS, BENNIE OR LAU-
REL, $608.45; FRANCIS, CHRISTINE,
$71.65; FRANKE, FARON, $175.11;
FREIER, NANCY L, $85.85;
GILL, DERRICK, $96.25; GOULD,
TOM W, $200.04; GRIFFITH, ROBERT L
OR GENEVIEVE E, $77.42; GROVEN,
LESLIE A, $111.11; GROVES, DUANE
LEE OR ANNETTE, F, $130.90; GRUET-
ZMACHER, STEVE OR PURSLEY,
STEVEN R, $161.19; GRUETZ-
MACHER, STEVEN, $126.48; GRUETZ-
MACHER, STEVEN L, $142.06;
HALL, SHARON A C/D CLINTON
NULLE, $183.11; HANSON, SHERRY,
$64.50; HARE, CHAD J, $66.19;
HAWKINS, TERESA S, $81.38; HAYS,
TAMARA K, $100.54; HEALD, TIMOTHY
J, $37.50; HESS, RANDY, $107.20;
HEWETT, DONLEY G, $164.79; HICKS,
MISTY, $137.85; HIGHEAGLE, JEAN M,
$54.35; HILT, TEDDI, $185.71; HODGES,
JOE A, $47.01; HOFFMAN, KEVIN OR
TAMMY, $191.48; HOLTER, LAVADA I
OR DANIEL C, $70.31; HOLTER,
LEONARD OR CHARLETTE, $53.22;
HOOK, MAXINE E, $70.33;
HOOK,LINDA, $81.48; HUBER, RONDA
DEANN, $113.73; HUFNUS, CARL,
$147.44; HUNTER, EARLA M OR DAR-
RELL, $122.32;
IRVINE, CABOT, $183.19; ISLAND,
TARA J, $94.74;
JAGER, ALYSSA, $83.68; JAGER,
JENNIFER, $60.65; JERRED, JIM J OR
SANDRA K, $157.13; JEWELL, MELVIN
OR ROSEMARY, $17.76; JOHNSON,
JIM R OR BARB C, $155.00; JOHNSON,
KENADEE ROSE, $175.65; JOHNSON,
MARK, $56.47; JONES, HERMAN OR
WANDA, $40.27; JURISCH, MAX,
$26.43;
KAUL, CARMEN J, $96.69; KELLEY,
MICKI, $100.54; KING, TINA R, $143.30;
KIRSCHENMANN, CHARLES AND
KILLS SMALL, ALICIA, $82.67; KLEIN,
BRAD L, $76.54; KMAYBD TRUST,
$202.71; KNODELL, JACK, $67.75; KN-
ODELL, JOHN F, $150.35; KORMENDY,
TIM, $92.77; KRICK, KENNETH P,
$63.08; KRIEBEL, RICK, $172.01;
KROEGER, DWAYNE, $64.85; KUR-
SAVE, JACOB, $21.05;
LARIVE, WILLIAM, $455.26; LARVIE,
WILLIAM, $138.40; LE BEAU, GERRI J,
$74.75; LEACH, CHRISTI OR W A DBA
EVERGREEN, $111.29; LEACH, W A,
$214.69; LEAL, MICHELLE D, $219.54;
LEATHERS, KENNETH OR SANDIE,
$40.27; LEHR, GEORGE OR ER-
MADELLE % MAYER, REX R, $143.36;
LEWIS, JANET M, $149.29; LEWIS,
WAYNE R, $80.18; LIBERTY, DAVE OR
CASEY, $93.58; LINDSEY, BUTCH OR
RICK OR LEWIS, TONYA, $61.21; LINN,
JESSICA, $98.66; LINTON, DOUG AND
SUE, $99.70; LONGLAND, JANINE B,
$157.63; LOPEZ, CAROLYN, $69.53;
LUX, HARLEY A OR DEBRA, $144.19;
MAGNUSON, MARYLU OR
RICHARD, $113.21; MANNING,
AMANDA KRISTINE, $124.55; MAR-
COE, PIERRE J OR JUDY A, $68.75;
MARTINEZ, SALVADOR, $120.06;
MATKINS, CHRISTINE A, $18.17;
MEAD, AARON, $36.90; MELAND,
MICHELLE R, $69.26; MENDENHAUL,
JERRY D, $62.40; MENDOZA, ROBERT
R, $57.63; MIDWEST MORTGAGE EX-
CHANGE C/D GRIFFIN, KENNETH,
$87.58; MIKOLASZUK, EVELYN KAY OR
JANET L, $59.12; MILLER, DAVID NEAL,
$138.35; MOLITOR, JENNIFER OR
TODD, $76.58; MORRIS, THOMAS W,
$404.00; MORRIS, THOMAS WESLEY
OR MICHELLE LYNN, $141.29;
MURNER, GERALD L OR SHERRIAN,
$78.83; MURPHY, CHARLOTTE A,
$60.18; MYERS, DAVID D, $70.58;
NELSON, TRAVIS, $166.43; NIKKILA,
DANIEL, $150.81;
PACHECO, SERGIO R, $81.48;
PALMER, MICHAEL R, $113.61;
PANKRATZ, DUANE, $129.71;
PANKRATZ, DUANE C, $104.19;
PANKRATZ, DUANE OR LAURA,
$149.29; PARADIS, TINA, $94.81; PEA-
COCK, DALTON OR SONJA, $98.02;
PENWELL, MICHAEL A AND WINGLER,
JENNIFER J, $223.43; PIEBENGA,
SUSAN GOMEZ, $65.87; PISTULKA,
STEVE PAUL OR TYLER OR DUSTIN,
$112.92; PORTER, PENNY M OR
ROBERT JR, $59.08; PORTER,
ROBERT A JR AND PENNY M, $79.84;
PORTER, ROBERT A JR OR PENNY M,
$117.09; POURIER, MICHAEL A,
$118.45; PRINCE, GREGORY AND
ALEXANDER, $285.98;
RANDOLPH, LARRY OR LAURI,
$93.58; RANUM, ERIC JASON, $27.66;
REHFELD, MICHAEL J, $121.99; RIG-
GINS, ROBERT AND MELODY, $61.65;
ROBERTSON, PAUL OR RICK L,
$87.36; ROE, JAMES E OR CAROL,
$32.44; ROE, JAMES E OR CAROL J,
$39.56; ROHRER, DAVID AND
BRENDA, $213.46; ROHRER, JAN OR
ROGER, $95.17; ROLFE, JOHN,
$166.69; ROLLINS-SMITH, VICKY L OR
ROLLINS, DALYNN OR SMITH,, $59.18;
ROSAAEN, DARLENE, $105.13;
ROSENKRANZ, JENNIE S, $47.87;
ROSS, JOHN, $84.72; ROSS,
ROSANNE, $79.67; ROTH, DOUG,
$123.92; RTO CORP, $73.25; RUSH-
MORE GOLD TOWN INC, $199.19;
SAICOR LLC, $147.20; SAILER,
JOANN R, $88.31; SANDINE,
CHARLES & BARBARA, $96.54;
SAXER, DENNIS, $118.45; SCHAEFER,
ALVIN D OR PAULETTE P, $33.42;
SCHMIDT, RICK L, $82.31; SCHMITT,
BRIAN AND BROOKE, $75.75;
SCHMITT, BRIAN OR BROOKE,
$107.92; SCHUMACHER, TODD,
$13.88; SHEFFER, RANDY OR TISHER,
JANET, $76.75; SILVER MAPLE LLC,
$108.32; SIMET, DARREN MICHAEL,
$90.49; SIRLES, WARREN, $734.69;
SIRLES, WARREN F, $262.47;
STAFFORD II, CHRISTOPHER T,
$140.14; STARR, SHELLY, $114.46;
STEELE, ELDON JR, $78.84; STEW-
ART, FLOYD, $76.52; STYER, DENNIS
W, $64.50; SW INVESTMENTS, $81.36;
SWANSON, JUSTIN D, $97.14;
SWARNES, JOLENE OR SPRY, JACKA-
LYN, $105.68; SZYMONSKI, JOHN J OR
ANITA J, $148.46;
TAPIO, RAVEN LAURA JEAN,
$153.36; THAYER, JORDAN AND
BRANDON, $110.28; THOMPSON,
BRETT, $106.29; THOMPSON, EVELYN
M, $97.38; THOMPSON, MARK AND PA-
MALA, $85.75; THOMPSON, ROBERT
HAROLD, $30.82; THOVSON, SHER-
MAN E JR, $42.34; THURMAN,
CHRISTOPHER B, $127.44; THURMAN,
TED F, $179.44; TISDELL, JAMES E,
$92.58; TOOF, GLEEH, $61.81; TOUCH-
STONE FINANCIAL COMPANY, $88.15;
TWO CROW, STEPHANIE, $111.11;
VALADEZ, TOMIA OR FORD,
THERESA, $61.18; VAN BOENING,
CRAIG, $175.79;
WAGER, CHRIS L, $170.56; WASH-
BURN, ANITA OR CHERIE, $136.87;
WATSON, MARK, $98.36; WEBER,
WADE A, $129.54; WEISHAAR, LOREN
W AND KARMYN, $119.92; WEST,
DAVID B OR LYNN A, $82.48; WEST,
TIMOTHY JAMES, $162.82; WHIPPLE,
COREY, $43.81; WHITE GILBERT,
BENITA R, $121.32; WICKMAN, DON-
ALD L OR SHARON R, $124.41;
WIEDEMAN, MINDY K, $64.82; WIL-
LETTE, EDWARD S OR NORRELL,
$78.40; WIPF, BRIAN, $68.48; WOLFF,
CURT L, $49.54; WOOD, CHARLES E,
$84.98; WOZNA, WILLIAM A, $72.27;
WRIGHT, LOIS L, $81.30; WRIGHT,
ROSS, $97.36;
ZOPP, KARRON OR RANDY M,
$109.79; ZORHAIDE, DIAZ, $102.14
Published December 13, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $154.88.
QuINN TOWN BOARD
OF TRuSTEES
REGuLAR MEETING
DECEMBER 3, 2012
The Quinn Town Board met at 7 pm,
Monday, December 3, at the Quinn Com-
munity Center. Board members present
were Kevin Wenzel, Patty Coleman and
Juston Eisenbraun. Others present were
Michael Luedeman, Lorna Moore, Dave
Humphrey and Finance Officer Deborah
Bryan.
Motion by Kevin, seconded by Patty to
approve the agenda, motion carried.
Kevin made a motion, seconded by Patty
to approve the minutes of the last meet-
ing, motion carried. Motion by Kevin, sec-
onded by Patty to approve the financial
statement, motion carried.
Kevin and Patty have looked over the
city ordinance folder, motion by Juston,
seconded by Kevin to have Debbie type
the ordinances and the board members
will look at them at the January meeting,
motion carried. Debbie will call the Pen-
nington County Planning and Zoning to
see if there are any ordinances on file.
The board members will look at the
electric meeters at the fire hall and main-
tenance shed to see if there is one or two
meters.
Motion by Juston, seconded by Kevin
to pay Theodore Kjerstad for mowing,
motion carried.
Motion by Patty to except Banner to
look further into a evapo-transpiration
mounds and clustered home collection
system for the Town of Quinn.
Debbie will research how much the
election of 2009 cost from Pennington
County.
Motion by Patty, seconded by Kevin to
purchase a flag for the park, motion car-
ried.
Street signs have been ordered and
paid for and ready to be put up. Kevin and
Debbie will meet at the fire hall to go
through old paperwork on December 4,
2012.
Motion by Kevin, seconded by Juston
to approve the vouchers, motion carried.
The following vouchers were paid:
WREA, $207.00; Pennington County
Courant, $30.17; Kevin Wenzel, $25.00;
Patty Coleman, $25.00; Juston Eisen-
braun, $25.00; Debbie Bryan, $200.00;
CAN Surety, $153.00; Summit Signs,
$81.50; Ralph A. Kenmitz, $80.65;
Theodore Kjerstad, $100.00.
With all business complete, the meet-
ing was adjourned.
Deborah Bryan
Finance Officer
Town of Quinn
Published December 13, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $22.74.
PuBLIC HEARING
The Quinn Town Board met at 7:45 pm
on Monday, December 3, 2012 at the
Quinn Community Center with the follow-
ing members present: kevin Wenzel,
Patty Coleman, Juston Eisenbraun.
Michael Luedeman and Deborah Bryan
were also present..
Juston made a motion to approve the
liquor license for the Two Bit Saloon and
Steakhouse, seconded by Patty, motion
carried.
Deborah Bryan
Finance Officer
Town of Quinn
Published December 13, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $7.58.
WALL SCHOOL
BOARD OF
EDuCATION
REGuLAR BOARD MEETING
uNAPPROVED MINuTES
NOVEMBER 14, 2012
The Board of Education of the Wall
School District #51-5 met in regular ses-
sion on Wednesday, November 14, 2012,
in the Library of Wall School. Members
present: Chairperson Eisenbraun, Vice-
Chairperson Johnson, Members Cordes,
Anderson, Williams, Bielmaier, and Trask.
Also attending were Superintendent
Rieckman, Business Manager Mohr, An-
gela Lytle, Alex Tysdal, and Laurie Hind-
man. Chairperson Eisenbraun called the
meeting to order at 6:02 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. All members were
present.
The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
4742. Trask moved to approve the
agenda. Seconded by Bielmaier. Motion
carried.
4743. Cordes moved to approve the
consent agenda as follows: Seconded by
Johnson. Motion carried.
•Approve minutes of October 10, 2012
board meeting.
•Approve November claims.
•Extra Duty Contracts: Approve con-
tract for Tracy Enders, Asst Gymnastics
Coach - $1,806.00
•Approve addendum for Kelli Sundall
to increase the additional days portion of
her contract to match the base salary on
her contract – Increase of $61.57.
•STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS
•Congratulations to Austin Huether for
placing 8th at State Cross Country
•The Wall FFA Chapter traveled to the
National FFA Convention in Indianapolis
IN to compete in the Ag Issues Forum Ca-
reer Development Event. There were 39
teams representing their states and Wall
FFA placed in the top 16, receiving a Sil-
ver Emblem award. Congratulations.
GENERAL FuND
A & B WELDING CO, AG SUPPLIES,
295.99; A ROYAL FLUSH PORTABLES,
PORTABLES, 1,100.00; ASBSD, WRK-
SHP FEE, 110.00; AVI SYSTEM SALES,
LICENSE, 360.00; BADLANDS AUTO-
MOTIVE, REPAIRS, 138.50; BLACK
HILLS CHEMICAL CO., MAINT SUPPLY,
277.49; BLACK HILLS SPECIAL SERV-
ICES, BH ONLINE APP, 150.00; BLA-
SIUS, BRETT OR PAULA, OCT MLG,
44.40; CARTER, ANGELA, OCT MLG,
254.56; CASEY PETERSON & ASSOC.,
AUDIT, 2,583.03; COCA COLA BOT-
TLING, SODA FOR MACHINE, 149.46;
COMFORT INN, XC ROOMS, 165.00;
CRAWFORD, TRACIE, SEPT/OCT MLG,
296.00; CROWN OIL CO., DIESEL,
1,137.50; DAIRY QUEEN, BLIZZARDS,
209.25; DAKOTA INK & TONER,
TONER, 585.00; DAUKSAVAGE, RE-
BECCA, OCT MLG, 257.96; DAYS INN,
BUS MNGR TRAVEL, 50.00; DE'S OIL &
PROPANE, PROPANE TANK RENT,
39.00; E-RATE COMPLETE, LLC,
ERATE ANNUAL FEE, 1,500.00;
ELSHERE, STACY, OCT MLG, 93.24;
ENDERS, TRACY, FUNDAMENTALS OF
COACHING, 40.00; FAUSKE, TIM OR
ERIN, OCT MLG, 355.20; FIRST INTER-
STATE BANK, SUPPLIES/REPAIRS,
592.35; FRINK, AMANDA, OCT MLG,
162.80; GIBSON, JANELLE, OCT MLG,
296.00; GOLDEN WEST TECHNOLO-
GIES, PHONE MO. MAINT, 418.44;
GRAVES IT SOLUTIONS, 1 YR. SUB-
SCRIPTION, 57.60; HARMON LAW OF-
FICE, SERVICES, 100.00; HEATHER-
SHAW, ANITA, MLG, 40.70; JOSTENS,
YEARBOOK, 1,989.60; KIER, ASHLEY,
OCT MLG, 276.76; LEAD-DEADWOOD
SCHOOL DISTRICT, FRESHMAN VB
TOURNEY, 20.00; LUEDEMAN, DANA,
OCT MLG/COACHING CLASSES,
351.76; LURZ PLUMBING,
REPAIRS/MAINT., 331.63; MARCO,
INC.., COPIES/REPAIRS, 639.75; MC
LEODS PRINTING, GEN. FUND LASER
CHECKS, 235.40; McCONNELL, GWEN,
SEPT/OCT MLG, 426.24; MOON, LISA,
OCT MLG, 358.16; NAFIS, MEMBER-
SHIP DUES, 776.00; NAPA, ADAPTER
TRAILER WIRE, 15.99; NETWORK
SERVICES CO., MAINT SUPPLY, 36.80;
PATTERSON, KAROL, VB LINE JUDG-
ING, 80.00; PAULSEN, AIMEE, OCT
MLG, 125.87; PENNINGTON COUNTY
COURANT, ADS, 28.89; PEOPLE MAG-
AZINE, SUBSCRIPTION, 155.84; PHILIP
SCHOOLS, JHGBB ENTRY FEE, 20.00;
PHILLIPS66, CONOCO, 76, GAS,
831.69; PLAYSCRIPTS INC., DRAMA
SUPPLIES, 224.28; POPPLERS MUSIC
INC., ELM MUSIC, 109.84; POSTE,
RANDALL, MLG, 267.51; RIECKMAN,
DENNIS, MLG, 136.53; S.D.H.S.A.A.,
DUES, 31.00; SAM'S CLUB, MEMBER-
SHIP, 148.40; SCHROEDER, MIKE, VB
CLOCK KEEPER, 220.00; SD DEPART-
MENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, ROUTINE
SCALE CHECK, 28.00; SD MUNICIPAL
LEAGUE, ELECTION WRKSHP FEE,
20.00; SDAHPERD, CONVENTION
REGISTRATION, 135.00; SHEARER,
MEGHAN, OCT MLG, 615.68;
SKILLINGSTAD, DORREEN, OCT MLG,
245.68; SKILLINGSTAD, KORTNEY,
OCT MLG, 139.86; STEWART, STACY,
VB LINE JUDGING, 40.00; SWAN,
KATHY, BACKGROUND CHECK, 43.25;
SWIFT, ASHTON, VB LINE JUDGING,
60.00; SYKORA, CHUCK, MLG/TRAVEL,
1,108.67; TEACHSCAPE, INC., TEACH-
SCAPE WALK-ANNUAL, LICENSE,
800.00; TRASK, SAMRA, VB LINE
JUDGING, 40.00; WALKER REFUSE,
GARBAGE SERVICES, 595.25; WALL
BUILDING CENTER, SUPPLIES, 286.90;
WALL SCHOOL, POSTAGE, 250.00;
WALL WATER DEPARTMENT, WATER,
1,076.20; WALMART COMMUNITY
BRC, HS SUPPLY, 74.51; WARNE
CHEMICAL & EQUIPMENT CO., LAWN
PRO 5 ROUND 5, 256.00; WEST
MUSIC, MUSIC SUPPLY, 210.30; WEST
RIVER ELECTRIC COOP., ELECTRIC-
ITY, 5,230.73; WESTBY, SUSANNE, VB
LINE JUDGING, 60.00; WHITE RIVER
SCHOOL DIST, XC FEE, 25.00;
WILLIAMS, STEPHANIE, OCT MLG,
207.20; WILLIS, SUSAN, TUITION
REIMB., 40.00; WOOSTER PRODUCTS,
INC., MAINT SUPPLY, 181.06; WRIGHT
EXPRESS FSC, GAS, 1,115.20;
ZELFER, JESSICA, OCT MLG, 207.20.
FuND TOTAL: 32,789.10
CAPITAL OuTLAy
FIRST INTERSTATE BANK, SUPPLIES,
736.97; TOWN OF TABOR, BLEACH-
ERS, 7,680.00; UNIVERSAL ATHLETIC
SERVICE, JHGBB UNIFORMS,
1,317.25.
FuND TOTAL: 9,734.22
SPECIAL EDuCATION FuND
BLACK HILLS WORKS, SERVICES,
242.70; CHILDREN'S CARE HOSPITAL
& SCH, SERVICES, 9,992.20; CHIL-
DREN'S CARE HOSPITAL, SERVICES,
423.00; FUNSHINE PRESCHOOL, PRE-
SCHOOL SERVICES, 80.00; HOLIDAY
INN CITY CENTER, SPED TRAVEL,
50.00; PHILLIPS66, CONOCO, 76, GAS,
123.81; RIECKMAN, KATHY,
MLG/MEALS, 186.22; TRASK, PAT OR
ROSE MARY, MLG, 43.66; WALMART
COMMUNITY BRC, SUPPLIES, 79.75;
WRIGHT EXPRESS FSC, GAS, 44.30.
FuND TOTAL: 11,265.64
FOOD SERVICE FuND
ARMSTRONG EXTINGUISHER, AN-
NUAL MAINTENENCE, 197.96; DEAN
FOODS-NORTH CENTRAL, FOOD,
1,378.21; EARTHGRAINS/SARA LEE
BAKERY GROUP, FOOD, 78.45; HO-
BART, REPAIRS, 282.62; REINHART
FOODSERVICE, L.L.C., FOOD,
2,503.39; US FOODSERVICE, FOOD,
2,386.06; WALL FOOD CENTER, FOOD,
185.83; WALL WATER DEPARTMENT,
WATER, 48.47; WEST RIVER ELEC-
TRIC COOP., ELECTRICITY, 604.91.
FuND TOTAL: 7,665.90
WALL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
COUNTRY CUPBOARD, DONATION
FROM KIDS GARDEN MARKET, 500.00;
EARLY CHILDHOOD CONNECTIONS,
CHILD CPR, 25.00; SAM'S CLUB, MEM-
BERSHIP, 37.10; WALL FOOD CENTER,
GROCERIES, 98.66; WALL WATER DE-
PARTMENT, WATER, 17.11; WEST
RIVER ELECTRIC COOP., ELECTRIC-
ITY, 213.50.
FuND TOTAL: 891.37
CHECKING ACCOuNT TOTAL:
62,346.23
Eisenbraun thanked Alex Tysdal for
recording for Teen 19.
Next on the agenda were committee re-
ports. Williams reported for the technol-
ogy committee. She discussed options
for upgrading the District’s Microsoft/Of-
fice software.
Williams will represent our District at del-
egate assembly this year. She discussed
a resolution with the board to urge flexi-
bility on school lunch requirements since
not all schools or kids are the same.
There was a consensus by the board to
support such a resolution.
Business Manager Mohr had nothing to
report.
4744. Johnson moved to approve the
2012-2013 Gymnastics rules. Seconded
by Anderson. Motion carried.
4745. Trask moved to approve the
2012-2013 Girls Basketball rules. Sec-
onded by Johnson. Motion carried.
4746. Cordes moved to approve the
2012-2013 Boys Basketball rules. Sec-
onded by Anderson. Motion carried.
Rieckman noted the December board
meeting would start at 5 pm. From 5 –
6:30 pm there will be discussions with
Senator Rampelberg and Representative
Russell. The regular business will begin
at 6:30.
4747. Bielmaier moved to approve open
enrollment applications for Austin David-
son. Seconded by Johnson. Motion car-
ried.
Rieckman noted that overall attendance
for our district is at 97%.
The winter Impact Aid conference will be
in Florida in January over a weekend.
Rieckman discussed who might be able
to attend and discussed the importance
of getting the defense bill passed during
the lame duck session.
Next, there was a discussion on coaching
certifications. Trask explained the State
may be looking at a process for tracking
who is certified, etc. Our district is now
operating our own method of tracking the
certificates, etc. after it came to our atten-
tion that not everyone had completed
their certifications.
Rieckman discussed the election results
in regard to the 1 cent sales tax and
HB1234 failing.
4748. Johnson moved to go into Exec-
utive Session for the purpose of dis-
cussing student issues, according to
SDCL 1-25-2. Seconded by Anderson.
Motion carried.
At 7:25 p.m., Chairperson Eisenbraun de-
clared the meeting out of Executive Ses-
sion.
With no further business brought to the
board, Chairperson Eisenbraun declared
the meeting adjourned at 7:25 p.m.
Respectfully submitted by Niki Mohr,
Business Manager
______________
Scot Eisenbraun,
Chairperson
________________
Niki Mohr,
Business Manager
Published December 13, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $177.99.
Pennington County Courant • December 13, 2012 • Page 13 Public Notices
Public Notice Advertising
Protects Your Right To Know.
Pennington County Delinquent
Mobile Home Tax List
(cont. from previous page)
GENERAL CAPITAL SPEC. ED. IMPACT AID LuNCH WASP TOTAL
OuTLAy FuNDS
BEGINNING BALANCE:
9-30-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$497,919.41 . . . . . .$205,638.27 . . . . . . .$30,427.15 . . . . . . . . .$1,939,700.32 . . . . . .$11,055.98 . . . . . . . .$(589.45 . . . . . . .$2,684,151.68
Receipts:
Local Sources: . . . . . . . . . . . . .$13,812.34 . . . . . . .$6,037.93 . . . . . . . . .$4,258.68 . . . . . . . . . .$418.78 . . . . . . . . . . .$5,864.61 . . . . . . . . .4,901.16 . . . . . . . . .$35,293.50
County Sources: . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,269.47 . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,269.47
State Sources: . . . . . . . . . . . . .$54,112.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . .$54,112.00
Federal Sources: . . . . . . . . . . .$31,077.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,643.49 . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,720.49
Other Sources: . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . .$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 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00
Total to be
accounted for: . . . . . . . . . . .$598,190.22 . . . . . .$211,676.20 . . . . . . .$34,685.83 . . . . . . . . .$1,941,762.59 . . . . . .$16,920.59 . . . . . . . .$4,311.71 . . . . . .$2,807,547.14
Disbursements: . . . . . . . . . . . .$211,630.81 . . . . . .$6,774.18 . . . . . . . . .$27,523.07 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . .$12,114.96 . . . . . . . .$2,152.16 . . . . . . .$260,195.18
General Journal
Disbursements: . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00
EOM BALANCE:
10-31-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$386,559.41 . . . . . .$204,902.02 . . . . . . .$7,162.76 . . . . . . . . . .$1,941,762.59 . . . . . .$4,805.63 . . . . . . . . .$2,159.5 . . . . . . .$2,547,351.96
NOTICE OF PuBLIC
HEARING
ON LICENSE
APPLICATIONS FOR SALE OF
LIQuOR
The Board of County Commissioners of
Pennington County, South Dakota on
Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at their
meeting that commences at 9:00 A.M., in
the County Commissioners’ Meeting
Room in the Pennington County Court-
house at Rapid City, South Dakota, will
consider the following liquor license ap-
plications to operate outside of municipal-
ities:
RENEWAL OF RETAIL (ON-SALE)
LIQuOR LICENSE WITH SuNDAy
OPENING for 2013
BIG HORN CROSSING RESTAURANT
AND SPORTS BAR, PDQ Market, Inc.
23855 Highway 385, Lot 3 of D, Murray
Subdivision, Section 21, T1S, R5E, BHM,
Pennington County, South Dakota.
Julie A. Pearson, Auditor
Pennington County
Published December 13, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $10.80.
NOTICE OF
HEARING
BEFORE THE PENNINGTON COuNTy
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Notice is hereby given that William Young
has petitioned the Pennington County
Planning Board of Commissioners for va-
cation of the following described un-
opened Section Line Highway under the
provisions of SDCL 31-3-6.1:
Legal Description: That portion of Sec-
tion Line Right-of-Way lying in Lot 44 of
Dolomite No. 1 Placer and Lot 51 of
Dolomite No. 1 Placer, located between
Sections 13 and 14, T1N, R6E, BHM,
Pennington County, South Dakota.
Notice is further given that said applica-
tion will be heard by the Pennington
County Board of Commissioners, in the
County Courthouse at 10:30 a.m. on the
18th day of December 2012. At this time,
any person interested may appear and
show cause, if there be any, why such re-
quests should or should not be granted.
ADA Compliance: Pennington County
fully subscribes to the provisions of the
Americans with Disabilities Act. If you de-
sire to attend this public meeting and are
in need of special accommodations,
please notify the Planning Department so
that appropriate auxiliary aids and serv-
ices are available.
Dan Jennissen
Planning Director
Published December 13, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $13.97.
WASTA TOWN
BOARD OF
TRuSTEES
December 3, 2012
The Wasta Town Board held their reg-
ular meeting on Monday, December 3,
2012 at the community building. Board
Chairman Justin Crawford called the
meeting to order at 7:00pm with board
members Dorreen Skillingstad and Stan
McNabb present. Others present were
Dorothy Bathel and Tammy Green.
Motion by Justin, second by Dorreen to
approve the November 5th minutes as
read. Motion carried.
Carolynn stated she was waiting for the
bank statement to be available online
today to verify balances on the financial
statement and forgot to print it off. The
bank statement was reviewed at this time
and the financial statement will need to be
approved next month.
Motion by Justin, second by Dorreen to
approve the bills as follows: Justin Craw-
ford, November wages: $28.30; Dorreen
Skillingstad, November wages: $23.59;
Tammy Green, November wages:
$566.10; Carolynn Anderson, November
wages: $278.33; WREA, electricity:
$712.16; Pennington Co. Courant, pub-
lishing: $45.39; Energy Laboratories,
water testing: $12.50; Racicky Plumbing,
curb stop and strobe light: $605.33;
EFTPS, payroll tax: $126.36; Walker Re-
fuse, garbage pickup & dumpster:
$1,026.12.Motion carried.
Motion by Justin, second by Dorreen to
approve the Liquor license renewal for the
Wasta Bar. Motion carried.
Motion by Stan, second by Dorreen to
approve Resolution 12-04; water loader
increase. Motion carried.
RESOLuTION 12-04
A RESOLuTION TO
INCREASE WATER
LOADER RATES
WHEREAS, the Town of Wasta
has incurred increased usage
on the water loader; and
WHEREAS, the Town needs to
begin recovering monies
needed for future repair that
will occur with the increased
usage; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED that effective Sep-
tember 10, 2012 the rates for
water loader will be increased
to $1.00 for 20 seconds of time
allotted or approximately 50
gallons for a quarter.
Dated this 3rd day of Decem-
ber 2012 at Wasta, South
Dakota.
________________________
Board President
________________________
Finance Officer
The consensus of the board was to not
proceed forward with the ordinance to
limit liquor licensing for 2013.
Tammy explained the currently out-
dated Water & Sewer main maps were
created by Alliance Architect and they will
provide the town with a current copy for a
master to make changes with and they
will give an estimated cost for the updat-
ing when they can review the changes.
Motion by Justin, second by Dorreen to
approve Tammy proceeding forward on
getting the maps updated. Motion carried.
The consensus of the board was to use
the last draft for employee evaluations,
give the employees a copy so they know
what they will be evaluated on and to plan
to evaluate employees in June.
Motion by Justin, second by Dorreen to
not have the county run the 2013 election
if one is needed, but to combine with the
City of Wall and the Wall School District if
one is needed. Motion carried.
Tammy explained that Lloyd Willey’s
curb stop will not shut off completely and
therefore would need to contact Racicky
plumbing to replace it.
Stan submitted his letter of resignation
at this time and the board accepted it with
regret.
With all business complete, Justin ad-
journed the meeting at 7:35pm.
Carolynn Anderson
Finance Officer
Town of Wasta
Published December 13, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $47.27.
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CIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE & FECULAF CATTLE
SALE & THOMAS FANCH FALL DULL SALE. WEIGH-UPS: 8 A.M.
CALVES & YEARLINGS: 11 A.M. THOMAS RANCH: 1 P.M. (MT}
BRED CATTLE TO FOLLOW.
£ARLY CONS1GNM£NTS: £ST1MAT1NG SSDD H£AD
THOMAS RANCH FALL BULL SALE
CALVES & YEARLINGS: FS÷FALL SHOTS, NI÷NO IMPLANTS, AN÷ALL NATU-
HAL, ASV÷AGE ö SOUHCE VEHIFIED
KEHN RANCH - 400 DLK CLVS; FS . 500-650= POSS - 320 DLK CLVS; FS,
ALL HFFS IN TOWN . 550-700= BENNETT RANCH - 220 DLK CLVS; FS .
550-650= KIEFFER - 190 DLK CLVS; FS . 600-650=. MADSEN RANCH -
100 DLK, DWF & FWF STFS; FS . 550= MAHAFFY - 100 DLK & DWF CLVS;
FS,NI . 400-450= OLSON - 90 DLK & FED ANC STFS, FS,AN . 500-600=
VANDERMAY - 65 DLK STFS; FS . 650= KEESTER - 45 DLK, DWF, FED,
& FWF CLVS; NI . 450-550= UDDER EXPRESS - 40 DLK HFFS; FS . 475-
500= ROBERTSON - 25 DLK CLVS; FS,NI . 450-525= DODSON - 22 DLK &
CHAF X CLVS; FS,NI . 550-650= RAINSBOW END RANCH - 21 DLK STFS
. 950= PETERSON - 20 DLK HFFS; FS . 550= HELMS - 10 DLK HFFS;
FS . 500=
PRODUCTION SALE:
WHEELER RANCH - 50 FANCY HOME FAISED DLK & DWF ULTFA-
SOUND HFFS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-10 (TWO CLVC CFOUPS}
DISPERSIONS:
RISSE RANCH ºDISPERSION ON COMMERCIAL COWS" - 200 DLK
YOUNC TO SOLID MOUTH COWS; DFED.DLK; CLV.3-25.
CODY WEYER ºDISPERSION OF THREE YEAR OLDS" - 100 DLK COM-
INC 3 YF OLD COWS; DFED.DEFFLINCEF & SCHAUEF ANC; CLV. 3-25
FOF 60 DAYS
GENE & SHERYL MICHAEL ºAGE DISPERSION" - 150 DLK 3 & COM-
INC 4 YF OLD COWS; DFED.DLK; CLV.4-1 FOF 45 DAYS
BRED HEIFERS:
SEVEN BLACKFOOT RANCH - 100 FANCY DLK & A FEW DWF F1 AI'D
HFFS; DFED. SONS OF MYTTY IN FOCUS; CLV. 3-1 FOF 45 DAYS
MELVIN ARNESON - 60 DLK FIFST CALF HFFS; DFED. LDW DLAIF
DFOS; CLV. 4-1 FOF 21 DAYS
GLEN SPRING - 50 FANCY HOME FAISED HFFS; DFED. LDW DLAIF
DFOS; CLV.3-5 FOF 50 DAYS
DANNY ARNESON - 50 DLK HOME FAISED HFFS; DFED. LDW DLAIF
DFOS; CLV. 4-1 FOF 21 DAYS
POSS RANCH INC - 40 DLK & DWF HOME FAISED ULTFASOUND HFFS
(1050=}; DFED. LDW INCALLS ANC; CLV. 3-15 TO 4-15 (SOFTED INTO
CLVC PEFIODS}
DEAN CAPE - 30 DWF FIFST CFOSS ULTFASOUND HFFS; DFED. MYT-
TYIN FOCUS; CLV. 2-20 FOF 50 DAYS
SHAW RANCH - 25 DLK ULTFASOUND HFFS; DFED. FINAL ANSWEF &
MYTTY IN FOCUS; CLV. 3-1 FOF 60 DAYS
STOCK COWS & BROKEN MOUTH COWS:
PAT TRASK FAMILY - 75 DLK SOLID MOUTH COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV.
3-20
JOHN CAPP RANCH INC - 75 DLK & HEFF SOLID TO DFOKEN MOUTH
COWS; DFED. DLK & HEFF; CLV.4-1
JT MOON - 30 DLK COMINC 3 YF OLD COWS; DFED.DLK; CLV. 4-1 FOF
60 DAYS; 30 DLK SOLID TO DFOKEN MOUTH COWS; DFED.DLK; CLV. 4-1
FOF 60 DAYS
SEVEN BLACKFOOT RANCH - 55 DLK YOUNC TO DFOKEN MOUTH
COWS; DFED. NET WOFTH; CLV.3-1
SHAW RANCH - 30 DLK SOLID TO DFOKEN MOUTH COWS; DFED. DLK;
CLV. 3-23 FOF 60 DAYS
LOREN MORELAND - 30 DLK ULTFASOUND COMINC 3 YF OLD COWS;
DFED. DLK; CLV. 4-1 FOF 30 DAYS
HARLEY ROUNDS - 21 DLK 3 & 4 YF OLD & DFOKEN MOUTH COWS;
DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-19 FOF 30 DAYS
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TUESDAY, DEC. 2S: NO SALE
TUESDAY, JAN. 1: NO SALE
TUESDAY, JAN. S: SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE & FEC-
ULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JAN. 1S: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CAT-
TLE SALE
TUESDAY, JAN. 22: SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE &
FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JAN. 29: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CAT-
TLE SALE
TUESDAY, FEB. S: SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE & FEC-
ULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, FEB. 12: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CAT-
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WELLER RANCH 32ND ANNUAL BULL & FEMALE SALE:
WELLER ANGUS BULLS 46 HEAD AVG. ......$34S9.00
33...........................DFED HFFS (4-1 FOF 5 DAYS} 1049= ....$1,685.00
25.................................DLK 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 1249= ....$1,550.00
23.................................DLK 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 1305= ....$1,500.00
20 .......................................DLK 3 YF OLD COWS 1113= ....$1,500.00
16.................................DLK 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 1211= ....$1,460.00
16.................................DLK 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 1278= ....$1,400.00
7...........DLK & DWF 3 YFS TO SOLID MOUTH COWS 1249= ....$1,325.00
25.................................DLK 6 & 7 YF OLD COWS 1285= ....$1,300.00
BRED CATTLE:
JOHN & DAVID AYER - BEULAH, WY
12 ...................................................HEFF HFFS 961= ......$1,510.00
29 .....................................................DLK HFFS 1101= ....$1,420.00
WILLIAMS RANCH - WALL
56 ........................DLK HFFS (3/10 FOF 20 DAYS} 988= ......$1,425.00
12 ........................DLK HFFS (3/10 FOF 20 DAYS} 993= ......$1,410.00
11 ......................DWF HFFS (3/10 FOF 20 DAYS} 1004= ....$1,400.00
16..............DLK & DWF HFFS (4/20 FOF 20 DAYS} 1006= ....$1,310.00
28 ..........................DLK HFFS (4/1 FOF 20 DAYS} 969= ......$1,310.00
17.................................DLK SOLID MOUTH COWS 1348= ....$1,235.00
95..............................DLK DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1300= .......$980.00
JAY TOPE - BELLE FOURCHE
19................................DLK 3 TO 6 YF OLD COWS 1103= ....$1,310.00
19.................................DLK SOLID MOUTH COWS 1264= ....$1,210.00
JOHNSON BAR S RANCH INC - RAPID CITY
4...................................DLK 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 1038= ....$1,300.00
10.................................DLK 5 & 6 YF OLD COWS 1223= ....$1,170.00
DEAN & DONNA KLAPPERICH - RAPID CITY
10.................................DLK 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 1063= ....$1,190.00
PAUL FANNING - TUTHILL
4...................................DLK 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 1033= ....$1,190.00
3...................................DLK SOLID MOUTH COWS 1383= ....$1,020.00
10..............................DLK DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1299= .......$900.00
SANDER & DEAN - CUSTER
19 .....................................................DLK HFFS 975= ......$1,300.00
TUCKER & BEV HUDSON - HOWES
14 .....................................................DLK HFFS 864= ......$1,270.00
NEWTON BROWN - FAITH
11 ................................FED 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 1113= ....$1,180.00
CLAYTON SANDER - CUSTER
6 .......................DLK & DWF 3 TO 6 YF OLD COWS 1125= ....$1,170.00
HERB SIELER - QUINN
24.................................DLK 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 850= ......$1,150.00
6...................................DLK 5 & 6 YF OLD COWS 1135= ....$1,060.00
JENSEN & WIESER - OWANKA
4....................DLK YOUNC TO SOLID MOUTH COWS 1158= ....$1,140.00
MORRIS & JEFF JONES - MIDLAND
12................................DLK 3 TO 5 YF OLD COWS 1087= ....$1,100.00
22 ......................FED & DLK SOLID MOUTH COWS 1331= .......$970.00
26 ...................FED & DLK DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1268= .......$890.00
RAMSEY & RAMSEY - PHILIP
5...................DLK 5 YFS TO DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1319= ....$1,060.00
38..............................DLK DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1419= ....$1,000.00
BROCK SMITH - PHILIP
7 ...........................DLK 3 TO SOLID MOUTH COWS 1339= ....$1,050.00
RICHARD & LORAYNA PAPOUSEK - QUINN
9.....................DLK & DWF DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1459= ....$1,020.00
MERLE STILWELL - KADOKA
37 ...................DLK & DWF DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1367= ....$1,000.00
LARRY & JEFF GABRIEL - QUINN
9.....................DLK & DWF DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1268= ....$1,000.00
FORREST STEWART - CODY, NE
17 ............DLK, FED & CHAF 3 TO 6 YF OLD COWS 1154= .......$930.00
JASON HAMILL - MILESVILLE
38 ...................DLK & DWF DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1268= .......$910.00
DIAMOND S RANCH LLC - UNION CENTER
15 ...................DLK & DWF DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1258= .......$890.00
BLOOM RANCH LLC - RAPID CITY
23 ...................DLK & DWF DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1249= .......$850.00
WEIGH-UPS:
MONTY WILLIAMS - BOX ELDER
1.........................................................DLK HFF 955= .........$124.50
DAVID LINDBLOM - HERMOSA
1.........................................................DLK HFF 965= .........$124.00
PAUL WILLIAMS - LONG VALLEY
1 .......................................................FED DULL 2280= .......$101.00
2 ..........................................CHAF & FED COWS 1348= .........$75.50
JUSTIN WHEELER - PHILIP
1.......................................................DWF HFFT 1065= .......$115.00
FORREST STEWART - CODY, NE
1........................................................DLK COW 1105= .........$79.50
2.......................................................DLK COWS 1183= .........$77.50
BLAKE HICKS - WANBLEE
1........................................................DLK COW 1380= .........$78.00
EISENBRAUN & EISENBRAUN - CREIGHTON
3 ............................................FED & DLK COWS 1408= .........$77.25
2 ............................................FED & DLK COWS 1500= .........$77.00
1........................................................DLK COW 1400= .........$74.00
1........................................................FED COW 1230= .........$73.00
16 ......................................................DLK COW 1309= .........$71.25
JOHN & JUSTIN LONG - UNION CENTER
8 ............................................FED & DLK COWS 1424= .........$77.00
31..........................................DLK & DWF COWS 1291= .........$75.75
JOHN & DAVID AYER - BEULAH, WY
1 .......................................................DLK HFFT 890= .........$119.50
6......................................................DLK HFFTS 913= .........$117.50
CHRIS INSLEY - CREIGHTON
1......................................................CHAF COW 1590= .........$76.50
GLEN SPRING - UNION CENTER
2.......................................................DLK COWS 1273= .........$76.00
3......................................................DLK HFFTS 957= .........$100.00
BRUCE JENSEN - OWANKA
1 .................................................DWF COWETTE 1020= .........$94.00
GENE MICHAEL - PHILIP
1........................................................DLK COW 1340= ........ $75.50
9......................................................DLK HFFTS 966= ........ $100.00
1..................................................DLK COWETTE 1020= ........ $91.00
10 ..............................................DLK COWETTES 1168= ........ $82.00
INGEBERT FAUSKE & SONS - WALL
2.......................................................DLK COWS 1568= ........ $75.00
TUCKER & BEV HUDSON - HOWES
1........................................................DLK COW 1465= ........ $75.00
1........................................................DLK COW 1335= ........ $73.00
1........................................................DLK COW 1580= ........ $71.00
PAUL FANNING - TUTHILL
2 ................................................DLK COWETTES 1140= ........ $81.00
W.O. WELLER - KADOKA
4.......................................................DLK COWS 1269= ........ $74.50
DEANNE KILNESS - HOWES
9 ...........................................DLK & DWF HFFTS 825= ........ $110.25
1.......................................................DWF HFFT 1035= ........ $89.00
GWENDOLYN KILNESS - HOWES
10 .........................................DLK & DWF HFFTS 829= ........ $108.50
ROBIN KILNESS - HOWES
5......................................................DLK HFFTS 850= ........ $108.00
KEVIN VANDERMAY - NORRIS
7.......................................................DLK COWS 1429= ........ $74.00
TOM & AUSTIN GRIMES - KADOKA
5......................................................DLK HFFTS 849= ........ $109.50
TONI ROMERO - WANBLEE
1........................................................DLK DULL 1755= ........ $87.50
JOHN CAPP RANCH - FAITH
1........................................................DLK COW 153=.......... $73.50
BUSTER PETERSON - KADOKA
1 ......................................................HEFF COW 1300= ........ $73.50
NEWTON BROWN - FAITH
1 .......................................................FWF COW 1355= ........ $73.00
DOUG & VICKY DAHL - WALL
1........................................................DLK DULL 1740= ........ $86.00
BLOOM RANCH - RAPID CITY
1 .......................................................DWF COW 1500= ........ $72.50
CHUCK 2UCCARO - MIDLAND
2.......................................................DLK COWS 1458= ........ $72.50
JOY SCHMIDT - KADOKA
2.......................................................DLK COWS 1393= ........ $72.00
JASON HAMILL - MILESVILLE
7............................................DLK & DWF COWS 1381= ........ $71.25
JIM & JOAN CANTRELL - PHILIP
1........................................................DLK COW 1545= ........ $70.50
JACK WIESER - OWANKA
2.......................................................DLK COWS 1328= ........ $70.00
2......................................................DLK HFFTS 873= ........ $103.00
LONNY JOHNSTON - BELVIDERE
4....................................CHAF & FED COWETTES 1034= ........ $87.50
Upoom1ng Bu11 So1es
TUESDAY, JAN. 1S: MCPHEFSON ANCUS 12.00 MT
TUESDAY, FEB. S: CHEYENNE CHAFOLAIS 12.00 MT
TUESDAY, FEB. 12: THOFSON HEFEFOFD 12.00 MT
TUESDAY, FEB. 19: STOUT CHAFOLAIS 12.00 MT
TUESDAY, FEB. 26: DEEP CFEEK ANCUS & MILLAF ANCUS 12.00 MT
TUESDAY, MAR. 19: FANNINC ANCUS 12.00 MT
TUESDAY, MAR. 26: FOCHAIF ANCUS 12.00 MT
TUESDAY, APR. 2: SLOVEK FANCH ANCUS & ANCUS PLUS CENETIC
DULL SALE 12.00 MT
TUESDAY, APR. 9: ANDEFS & DAMFOW LONCHOFNS 12.00MT
WEDNESDAY, APR. 10: TFASK & PETEFSON ANCUS 1.00MT
TUESDAY, APR. 23: FOFTUNE'S FAFTEF U CFOSS ANCUS 12.00MT
TUESDAY, MAY ?: DULL DAY
Pennington County Courant • December 13, 2012 • Page 14
Presho Livestock,
Presho, SD
December 13th
•12 Purebred Hereford
Heifer Calves,
(daughters of Bar JZ Laredo
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December 20th
•15 Purebred Hereford
Cows,
(bred to Bar JZ Legacy 767Y)
Paulsen Hereford Ranch
Quinn, SD • 386-2625
FOR SALE
Obituary
Harley Henderson________________
Harley Henderson, age 91, of
Murdo, S.D., died Thursday, De-
cember 6, 2012, at the VA Hospital
in Ft. Meade.
Harley Franklin Henderson was
born October 8, 1921, in Emerson,
Neb., the son of Frank J. and Cora
M. (Heckens) Henderson.
Harley could accomplish any-
thing he set his mind to, was a
sports enthusiast and especially
loved baseball.
Harley served in the U.S. Coast
Guard during World War II as a
Yeoman First Class. He spent time
in Hawaii right after the bombing
of Pearl Harbor.
On May 5, 1955, Harley married
Rita Jane Tunink at St John's
Catholic Church in Omaha. He
worked many years as a chef in
cafes all across Minnesota, Iowa,
Nebraska and South Dakota. He
owned and operated Mack's Cafe
in Murdo. After retiring he worked
at the Triple H Truck Stop and
Jones County High School.
Harley spent more than 50 years
in South Dakota. He and his wife,
Rita, enjoyed spending time with
their children, grandchildren and
great grandchildren. They also en-
joyed many years of playing cards
with family.
Survivors include his wife, Rita
Henderson of Murdo; two sons,
Harley Henderson and his wife,
Pam, of Wayne, Neb., and Bruce
Henderson and his wife, Tina, of
Omaha, Neb.; three daughters,
Harlana Duis and her husband,
Dale, of Fairbury, Neb., Lorrie
Esmay and her husband, Wayne,
of Murdo, and Kim Weingartner
and her husband, Mark, of Port
Saint Lucie, Fla.; two daughters
from a previous marriage, Cleo
and Charmaine; 15 grandchildren;
eight great-grandchildren; one
brother, Sterling Henderson of
Norfolk, Neb.; one sister, Jeanne
Gardner of Wakefield, Neb.; and a
host of other relatives and friends.
Harley was preceded in death by
his parents and one brother. Mor-
ton Henderson.
Services were held Saturday, De-
cember 8, at the Messiah Lutheran
Church in Murdo, with Pastor Ray
Greenseth officiating.
Music was provided by Pam
Daum, pianist, and Jasmine
Esmay, vocalist.
Ushers were Dean Faber and
Don Hieb.
Pallbearers were Jon, Matt and
Jordan Esmay, Cody, Brady and
Michael Henderson, and Joshua
Zimmerman.
Private family interment will be
at the Murdo Cemetery at a later
date.
Military honors were provided
by the American Legion Post #75
of Murdo, and the American Le-
gion Post #301 of Draper.
Condolences may be sent to 510
Main Street Murdo, SD 57559
Arrangements were with the
Rush Funeral Home of Philip.
His online guestbook is available
at www.rushfuneralhome.com
It has been a challenging fall for
South Dakota’s winter wheat pro-
ducers as they adjust to very poor
crop conditions, on the heels of a
banner harvest just a few months
ago.
“Sixty four percent of winter
wheat in South Dakota was rated
in poor or very poor condition the
last week in November. This rating
was the worst of any state in the
primary winter wheat growing re-
gion,” said Laura Edwards, South
Dakota State University Extension
climate field specialist.
For comparison, Edwards shared
that Nebraska’s crop was rated 46
percent poor to very poor condition
and Oklahoma was rated 44 per-
cent poor to very poor condition
during the same week.
The quick development of severe
to exceptional drought, according to
the United States Drought Moni-
tor, has affected much of the wheat
producing areas of the United
States said Edwards. “The winter
wheat crop conditions in the cen-
tral U.S. has affected the national
rating, which is now at its lowest
level since records of this type
began in 1986,” she said.
It is evident that 2012 is rated
much below previous drought years
of 1999, 2001, 2003 and 2007.
Even though the hard red winter
wheat of South Dakota is just 60
percent emerged as of 25 Novem-
ber, other states in the Northwest-
ern white winter wheat belt and
the soft red winter wheat belt (east-
ern Corn Belt, mid-South and
Southeast), have fared much bet-
ter. Idaho was rated 69 percent
good to excellent condition for the
same week, and Washington State
was rated 67 percent good to excel-
lent. In both Michigan and Indi-
ana, 72 percent of winter wheat is
rated good to excellent, and Ohio is
currently rated 70 percent in those
categories.
The fact that a large percentage
of winter wheat in South Dakota is
rated in poor or very poor condition
is not surprising, said Bob Fan-
ning, SDSU Extension plant
pathology field specialist, “given
the dry soil conditions into which
much of the crop was planted, and
the lack of moisture it has not re-
ceived,” Fanning said. “Some peo-
ple believe the report of 60 percent
of winter wheat emerged seems
high.”
Fanning explained that the
NASS crop progress estimates are
based on a subjective opinion sur-
vey of county officials, which are
not claimed to be statistically accu-
rate.
“The important fact is that even
if the figure is high, 60 percent is
the lowest percent of winter wheat
emerged by late November in
South Dakota since at least 1990,”
he said. “The only other fall that
stands out with a low percentage of
winter wheat emergence in South
Dakota was 2000, when 74 percent
of the crop was reported emerged in
November. The statewide average
yield in 2001 was 32 bushels per
acre, which tied for the second and
third lowest yield over the past 22
years. It is not advisable to make
yield predictions for the 2013 crop-
ping season based on this however.”
Many areas where winter wheat
was planted into dry soil have re-
ceived small amounts of moisture
via rain and/or snow. This limited
moisture has caused some of the
wheat to sprout, but little has actu-
ally emerged to a significant de-
gree.
“These seedlings have used en-
ergy reserves from the seed, and
have not been able to generate pho-
tosynthetic activity and develop
crowns to store energy for winter
survival. Without additional mois-
ture, the sprouted seedlings may
dry out and die,” Fanning said.
Dry soil cools off more quickly
and will get colder than soil with
adequate moisture. “If low air tem-
peratures occur without snow for
insulation, there is potential for ex-
posure to low temperatures which
could contribute to significant win-
terkill for a crop in marginal condi-
tion,” Fanning said. “Moisture in
the form of either rain or snow
would improve the condition of the
crop and chances for its survival.
However prospects for moisture
don’t look good.”
Fanning said producers may
want to wait before making man-
agement decisions, such as fertiliz-
ing, until they have a better handle
on the potential of the crop. “As
spring approaches, winter wheat
growers would be advised to get out
in their fields, assess the condition
of the crop and consider contin-
gency plans. If the crop is insured,
producers should contact their crop
insurance agent before taking steps
to terminate the crop and initiate
alternative plans,” Fanning said.
The good news, Fanning said, is
that if the crop survives, it is al-
most certain that the plants will
vernalize and produce a seed head.
“All that is necessary for the win-
ter wheat plants to vernalize is for
the kernel to take on moisture and
swell, and go through a period of
about three weeks at about 40 de-
grees or lower. It is almost unheard
of for winter wheat planted in the
fall in South Dakota to not com-
plete that process,” Fanning said.
“It is well known among producers
that wheat, particularly winter
wheat, is a tough crop and can sur-
prise you with its resiliency.”
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