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Volume 30 Number 51 June 6, 2013
Official Newspaper for the City of Bison, Perkins County, and the Bison School District A Publication of Ravellette Publications, Inc. P.O. Box 429 • Bison, South Dakota 57620-0429 Phone: (605) 244-7199 • FAX (605) 244-7198
Perkins County Fairgrounds receives new chute Young conducts roping clinic
May 23 and 24, 2013, eight ropers varying from beginner to experienced, were eager and honored to be under the guidance of Trey Young. Trey, assisted by his dad, Doug Young, started the school out on the ground, progressed to roping the hot heels and by the end, moved to roping live calves. Although, the strong wind both days made it more challenging, the ropers, still managed to advance. A special highlight after the first day of the school, was the installation of a brand new Priefert roping chute and alleyway donated by the Clyde, Lorrie and Terry Hafner Ranch and the Dee and Robin Wilcox ranch. What a welcome addition to the Perkins County Fairgrounds that is!! Many thanks to those families for this most generous gift. A special thanks to Lonnie Krause, Kenny Kocer, Kathy and Nicole Hafner, Max Loughlin and Claudio and all who helped with the installation. Those participating in the school were: Collin Palmer, Laura O’Leary, Callie Sheperd, Hallie Kocer, Bailey Oliver, Kelsey Pierson, Julianna Kari and Nicole Hafner.
Collin Palmer, Nicole Hafner, Callie Sheperd, Bailey Oliver, Laura O’Leary, Hallie Kocer, Kelsey Pierson, Julianna Kari and Trey Young. See more pictures on page 8 & 9.
End of school year picnic huge success
Foster Parent Training to begin
Prospective foster families are encourage to attend the upcoming Parent’s Resource for Information, Development and Education, also known as PRIDE Training, in (Mobridge, SD Walworth County) beginning (Monday, June 17, 2013) at (10 a.m. CT). The training is free and participants must complete 30 hours of training. Class sizes are limited and an initial inquiry process must be completed prior to registration. Participants must be 21 years of age, financially stable and have no convictions of crimes involving harm to children, sex crimes or crimes of violence. Foster families of every culture are needed to keep sibling groups together, to keep children and youth in their own communities and to support the well-being of children in need of a home while their birth family heals. If you are interested in opening your home to children in foster care, please contact (Angela Snyder) at (1-605-845-2922 ext 216). To learn more about becoming a foster parent, please visit <www.fosterourfuture.sd.gov>
Correction from last weeks paper concerning, Comprehensive planners meet for first time. The website that Beth Hulm noted in the article was incorrect. The correct address is <https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/perkinsplan>. This is the only one of the two websites that she listed that works. The other one <http://perkinscountyplan.blogspot. com> is not up and running yet. Please make sure you visit this new website to voice your opinion.
Participants during the Egg Toss. The committee would like to thank the sponsors and helpers; Coke, Pepsi, Sysco, Hettinger Candy, Barbie Serr, Dacotah Bank, Buzz Stop, Bison Courier and Angie Thompson, Tara and Sergio Martinez. See more pictures on page 4.
The Town of Bison will again sponsor transportation to swimming lessons for children who have completed kindergarten and up. Lessons are July 8-19. Please mail child’s name, age and swimming lesson level plus $50 per child to: Town of Bison, PO Box 910, Bison, SD 57620.
Highlights & Happenings
Anyone wishing to pick up their flowers, etc. at the Bison Cemetery, please have them removed by June 10. Thank you.
Registrations must be received no later than Friday, June 28.
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Bison Public Library reading program June 5th - for Pre-2nd grade. The 3rd - 6th grade June 7th & 14th. All programs are at 10:30. All School Reunion-Saturday, June 22, 2013, Open to the Public, Bison Gymnasium, 6:00 p.m. –Evening meal $25.00 per person/$30.00 per person at the door.
Kids Fishing Day, Sunday June 9 from 2 - 5 p.m. at the Blacktail Trailhead. Call 374-3592 for information.
T-Ball practice begins Wednesday June 5th 5:00-6:00 p.m.; June 12th 5:00-6:00 p.m.; June 19th 5:00-6:00 p.m.
Keith and Bev Hoffman, Paul, Harmony and Amya Hoffman traveled to Bison Monday and were dinner guests of Jeff and Jackie Van Vactor. Paul and Harmony Hoffman and Amya returned to their home in Glendon, MN Tuesday. Thursday, Bridget Keller and Korbin traveled to Bismarck for Korbins 4 month appointment. Friday, Albert Keller and Lil Albert traveled to Bismarck in the afternoon to pick up sod and trees. Saturday, Albert and Bridget Keller spent the day laying sod and
Rosebud News ............By Tiss Treib
making a yard. Sunday they attended church services and potluck after, Bridget and Korbin traveled to Hettinger to get some plants and met her friend Kim Stewart, from Bismarck. Harris' and Keller’s branded on Monday at the Duane and Dawn Harris residence. Kim Stewart returned back to Bismarck Monday evening. Kel, Jean and Kiana Brockel were Monday evening guests of Albert and Bridget Keller. Albert Keller returned to work Wednesday morning. Bridget Keller and the boys helped trail cattle with Duane Harris Wednesday. Thursday, Maggie Archibald came to the Keller’s to watch Lil Albert and Bridget and Korbin helped Duane finish trailing cattle, John Bartell also helped that day. Saturday, Dawn Harris and Bridget Keller and the boys traveled to Hettinger to run some errands. Kelly and Jada McGregor; Nicole, Kassidy, Savanah, Brody and Piper Haase were Saturday afternoon guests of Bridget Keller and the boys. They enjoyed pizza and visiting. Bridget Keller and the boys attended church services Saturday evening. Tiss Treib visited briefly with Bernie Gunther Tuesday afternoon. Tiss Treib picked up Roni Klein in Lemmon Tuesday afternoon and took her to her home, where Tiss visited for the afternoon. Tiss Treib spent Wednesday with her mother, Esther Johnson, Aunt Kari Hoff and Cousin Dorena Wiechmann; she was also a dinner guest and returned to her home in the afternoon. Tiss Treib accompanied Jim and Patsy Miller to Bison Wednesday evening for the Farewell Potluck for Pastor Margie Hershey. Others attending from Rosebud were Barb and Lacy Bartell; Susie Skjoldal; Les and Sharon Longwood and Roger Ingebretson. After work Thursday, Tiss Treib picked up LaVonne Foss and they traveled to Bison where they took Pastor Margie Hershey out to lunch. Tiss Treib was a Saturday after-
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Thursday, June 6
Baked chicken creamed potatoes baked squash grapes
Anyone interested in singing in the choir for the Gala Day's Church Service please meet at Grace Baptist Church Wednesday night, May 22 through June 19 at 7:00 p.m.
Stroganoff casserole stewed tomatoes cucumbers in vinegar dressing jello/pears Salisbury steak w/gravy brown rice steamed cabbage parsley carrots apricots HAPPY BIRTHDAY Hot beef sandwich mashed potatoes/gravy corn broccoli bake peaches vanilla ice cream
Friday, June 7
Monday, June 10
Alcoholics Anonymous is meeting weekly in Bison. The group meets every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in the basement of the Presbyterian Church. Everyone is welcome.
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The American Lutheran Church is seeking wedding dresses, baptism gowns and Easter hats from 1913 - 2013 to display during their 100 Year Anniversary program. If you have an item or know of someone who does, please contact Salli at 605-244-5491.
Tuesday, June 11
Wednesday, June 12
Macaroni & cheese sliced tomatoes banana butterscotch pudding
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noon caller at John and Shirley Johnson’s. Last Sunday after Thelma Sandgren came home from Helen Meink’s birthday party, there were two big campers in the yard. Brady Ham brought cattle and James brought up the backhoe to do some work around and Kylee helped her grandmother plant flowers. Monday, Thelma Sandgren met her kids at the Rosebud cemetery to put flowers on the graves. Tuesday, Brady Ham and his assistant brought cattle and had coffee with Thelma. Jim and Patsy Miller came up and worked Thelma’s rhubarb and had dinner with her Wednesday. Thursday, Steve Sandgren had lunch with his mother, Thelma Sandgren. Friday was Thelma’s usual day in Hettinger she played cards at the senior center and then stopped at the Nursing home to visit her siblings, Buster Van Wyk and Gladys Vliem. Thelma Sandgren visited with Helen Meink Sunday and exchanged magazines Sunday afternoon. Saturday, Larry and Sarah Dreiske were guests at the Seim’s in the morning, Jasmine went home with them, in the evening, and Nolan Seim went to town to get Jasmine and was a supper guest of the Dreiske’s. Sunday dinner and supper guests of Nolan and Linda Seim and family were Chet, Mandy, Ethan, Isaac, Ella, Greta and Eric Anderson; Larry, Sarah, Spencer and McKenna Dreiske. LaVonne Foss took Shirley and Lexi Johnson to the movie in Hettinger Sunday. Sandra Friese returned to her home in Buckley, WA Thursday. Penny Preszler accompanied Sandra to the plane Thursday and flew to her home in Phoenix, AZ. Monday, Justin and Jo Seim and Jacob; John and Ann Turtle returned to Belle Fourche after attending Hope Anderson’s graduation reception. JoAnne Seim was among those who attended Hope Anderson’s graduation reception Monday afternoon. Sunday afternoon visitors of Tim and JoAnne Seim were Iris Day and Vonnie Foster. Marilyn Schwartzbauer arrived at Dorothy Frey’s Saturday and Lynn and Dorothy Frey and Marilyn attended an Open House for Sarah Dragger in Reeder. Jim and Patsy Miller were among those who attended Hope Anderson’s graduation party. Patsy and Christi Miller traveled to Bismarck Tuesday. Jim and Patsy Miller visited with Violet Miller Friday in Hettinger. Matt and Christi Miller were Saturday supper guests of Jim and Patsy Miller. REMINDER: Rosebud will have worship on Sunday, June 8th at 11:00 am. Our new worship time is Saturday evenings at 7:00 pm.
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Clean Those Pots!
Every year about this time we are filling our pots with flowers, maybe herbs and patio veggies. When I drag mine out of the garden shed they are often crusted with some chemical or salt residue, some crusts can harbor plant disease. Hitting them with the hose doesn’t do the job. So how do you get rid of that crusty stuff? Here is what the experts say. To clean the crust from empty containers, soak them for at least 30 minutes in a solution of nine parts lukewarm water to one part liquid chlorine bleach. Scrub them with a stiff wire brush, then rinse well to remove all visible traces of the minerals. The bleach cleans and sterilizes the pots. If they don’t come clean after one or two attempts, discard them. The crusty build up can come from naturally occurring minerals in the water and from water- soluble fertilizers. These build-ups can accumulate in the soil causing root burn that leaves roots unable to take up water. This is the main reason for annually doing a thorough cleaning of those containers. Some containers are more susceptible to these crusty build-ups than others as you will notice as you examine your containers each spring. Try to prevent these build-ups by avoiding excessive fertilizer. Do not use water that has gone through a water softener or well water with a high salt content. It is also recommended not to water from the bottom as this encourages uptake and deposit of the mineral salts on the surface and rim of the container. If you do water from the bottom, once a month water heavily form the top until the water runs freely out the bottom to help leach out some of the accumulated mineral salts. For healthier, happier plants be sure to scrub out those pots prior to planting! Their soul shall be as a watered garden; and they shall not sorrow any more at all. Jeremiah 31:12 Submitted by Karen Englehart, Master Gardener, SDSU Cooperative Extension Service
BHSU announces fall scholarship recipients
Shelly Peck, daughter of Rich and Trish Peck of Bison, received the Wells Fargo Business Scholarship for $1,000, and a Buzz Bonus Scholarship for $3,000.
Shaley Lensegrav, daughter of Les and Cindy Lensegrav of Bison, received the Gil and Trudy Hause Scholarship for $150, the Francis L. Waugh Scholarship for $475, the Coca-Cola Scholarship for $500, and a Buzz Bonus Scholarship for $4,000.
Clean and shine stainless steel by mixing 1 Tbsp Cream of Tarter with a few drops of water. Rub the milk-like solution onto appliance. Scrub with a sponge and wipe clean with a damp paper towel.
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Brian Wells earns CISR Designation
Rapid City SD April 23 2013 – Brian Wells of Hibner Insurance Agency Inc. of Bison SD has successfully completed the 5 part series of the Society of Certified Insurance Service Representatives, and has earned the CISR designation from the National Alliance of Insurance Education and Research. To earn this designation, Brian attended five courses covering all phases of risk management and passed five comprehensive examinations. Additionally the National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research requires annual continuing education in the program to maintain the designation. Brian a 12 year veteran of the industry, has been working on this goal since 2009. Brian believes the risk management profession is best served by those who acquire and maintain a high standard of professionalism by meeting the continuing education requirements of the CISR program. Brian intends to further his education in this field throughout upcoming years and earn the prestigious CIC (Certified Insurance Counselor) designation. This designation is held by less than 5% of insurance professionals nationwide. Water balloons were a popular thing.
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Sanitize the Sink: It’s hard to believe, but your dirty kitchen sink has more bacteria than your toilet seat. Use a product labeled as an EPA-registered disinfectant, or make your own. To disinfect, clean your sink with soap and water first, then spray a mist of vinegar followed by a mist of hydrogen peroxide, and let air-dry. (Don’t mix the vinegar and hydrogen peroxide together—spray one after the other.) If your sink is stainless steel, make it sparkle afterward by putting a few drops of mineral oil on a soft cloth and buffing. This prevents water buildup, which deters mold and keeps the sink looking clean longer.
The Prairie Doc Perspective
The moth into the flame
By Richard P. Holm M.D. Why does the US have the most expensive health care system in the world? What is inflammation? New ways to turn off inflammation have revolutionized the treatment of arthritis and other illnesses, which begs the question. Coming from the Latin words "into the flame," like what bonfire sitters observe the moth doing on a summer night, inflammation is a natural phenomenon that can be harmful and almost evil. But there is much more to this story. During the summers of my first four years of medical school, I was honored to spend time with the doctors of the Bartron Clinic in Watertown, where they generously provided an educational experience for me. I realize now at that level of training, how little help I was to any of them, but how much help their wisdom would eventually be to me. One highlight on inflammation and the history of medicine came from pediatrician Dr. Ebehardt Heinrichs. While we were examining a young child with acute arthritis, he pointed out on her hands the four physical findings famously described by Celsus, a Roman who lived at the time of Jesus. "These are the cardinal signs of inflammation: "rubor" (redness,) "tumor" (swelling,) "calor" (heat,) and "dolor" (pain,)" he said. A red, swollen, hot, and painful joint is not the only medical condition of inflammation I saw those Watertown summers. There were abscesses, appendicitis, tonsillitis, meningitis and sinusitis, all indicating benefits of the inflammatory response, where invading infections were fought off by the body's white-cell warriors. Also beneficial, we have recently learned that muscle growth comes as a result of a response to localized acute inflammation that follows exercise. Other new studies show that low-intensity training, like walking, can reduce destructive chronic inflammation. All-inall, our bodies are protected and even sculpted by the yin and yang of balanced and healthy inflammation. But seeing that young girl with arthritis, I realized there can be harm resulting from inflammation run amok. That summer in Watertown I also saw patients with asthma, poison ivy, psoriasis, Lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis; illnesses the result of too much inflammation. Add to this, now we've learned certain cancers grow because of inflammation. And now we have medicine that can turn off small and harmful targets of inflammation: cooling crippling arthritis, soothing devastating rashes, and even shrinking growing cancers. Rubor, tumor, calor, dolor... it can be a bad and a good thing!
Jane and Gerald Rutz of Cheyenne, WY were visitors of Fred and Bev Schopp several days last week. Fred and Bev Schopp were Saturday supper guests of Ray and
Julie Schopp and family. Fred and Bev Schopp attended worship at St Luke’s Sunday in Lemmon. Kelly Schopp was among those who were confirmed and a potluck dinner followed.
Meadow News .....By Tiss Treib
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Bob and Mary Holdahl of Yankton, SD and their grandson, Kaleb, were Monday morning visitors of Carolyn and Jerry Petik. Irene Young, Jeri Lynn, DeJon, Leif and Mirandi Bakken were Thursday supper guests at the Jerry Petik's. Jerry and Carolyn Petik were brief callers at Irene Young's on Saturday evening.
Proverbs 9:10 "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom: and the knowledge of the holy is understanding." Wisdom is something that seems to be pursued by many and found by few. But what is it? How do you define it? Well the best definition of wisdom that I have heard is, "Seeing and responding to life situations from God's frame of reference." If we could see life from God's point of view and act in accordance with that perspective we would indeed be wise. The problem is that most of the time we don't even consider God's frame of reference. Instead we make decisions based upon what we see and think are best and we often suffer as a result. In fact the opposite of wisdom is to follow our natural inclinations. May we cry out to God and ask him to show us how He views life and the circumstances around us. If we see that, we will certainly respond in a wise way. May God bless you with His frame of reference. Pastor Brad
Pastor Brad Burkhalter
Sunday School 9:30 a.m. • Worship Service - 10:30a.m. Wednesday Prayer Mtg. - 7:30 p.m.
Grace Baptist Church • Pastor Phil Hahn Church of Christ
Prairie Fellowship Parish ELCA • Pastor Dana Lockhart
Indian Creek - 8:00 a.m. • American - 9:30 a.m. • Rosebud - 11:00 a.m.
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Sunday Bible Class - 8:00 a.m., Worship Service - 8:30 a.m. South Jct. of Highways 73 & 20 Sunday School - 10:00 a.m., Worship Service - 11:00 a.m. Sabbath School - 2:00 p.m., Worship Service - 3:00 p.m.
Coal Springs Community Church Pastors Nels & Angie Easterby
Seventh Day Adventist Church • Pastor Donavon Kack
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church • Fr. Tony Grossenburg
Saturday Mass: - Lemmon 4:45 p.m. Bison - 7:15 p.m., Sunday Mass: Lemmon - 8:15 a.m., Morristown - 10:30 a.m.
First Presbyterian Church • Pastor Florence Hoff, CRE
Reva • Worship Service - 9:00 a.m., WMF 2nd Wednesday at 1:00 p.m.
Holland Center Christian Reformed Church Pastor Brad Burkhalter • Lodgepole
Worship Service - 8:00 a.m. Worship Service -9:30 a.m.
Beckman Wesleyan Church • Pastor Brad Burkhalter
Prairie City Sunday School - 10:00 a.m., Morning Worship - 11:00 a.m. Vesper Service - 6:00 p.m., Wed. Evenings - 7:30 p.m.
Slim Buttes Lutheran • Pastor Henry Mohagen
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On Christ we build
The Prairie Home Church, at Maurine, SD, would like to announce a ground breaking ceremony for a new church building which took place on Sunday, May 26, 2013. The church body voted to build a new facility for the purpose of sharing the word of God and having a building able to meet the needs of the growing church body. A building committee was selected and has been planning and working diligently to have reached this day. This decision set us on a unique journey filled with milestones, struggles and triumphs. The ground breaking celebration was one of those triumphs. We look forward to celebrating the construction of the new church building, but even more importantly, we celebrate the growth of the church body. After all, a church is not a building but rather the people who fellowship within. With the success of the building fund campaign, we continue to move forward to build on the foundation of God’s word and we pray and have faith that the remaining funds will come. The 5000 square foot-facility was planned by the building committee and will accommodate the needs of the growing community. All ages will benefit from the new construction that will facilitate Sunday worship, celebrations, vacation Bible school, meetings, community events and much more. Construction of the project is scheduled to begin in June. The building committee has come a long way in the last year but our journey is far from finished. This ground breaking was just the beginning of the next stage. So please join us as we celebrate the future of the building project and we seek God’s wisdom to do his will!
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Daniel Burkhalter places in two events at State and sets a new school record in the 2 mile run
The Bison track team had a great weekend at the State Track Meet in Sioux Falls. The highlight of the meet came when Daniel Burkhalter ran his 2 mile race in 10:07:21, finishing third. Daniel's effort set a new Bison High School record in that event. The old record was 10:20 set in 1978 by Jim Miller. Daniel also placed 8th in the mile run with a time of 4:45. Congratulations Daniel, it was a fun race to watch. Daniel was the only athlete that placed this year, but other team members had a really good showing. Josh McKinstry set a personal record (PR) in the triple jump, jumping 38'1" and finishing 10th in the state. Josh also ran the 800 in the Medley relay in 2:24, that's another PR for him. Cole Buer broke out of his little slump and finished 11th (18'8.25") in the long jump. The medley relay team ran 4:15 placing 13th. Clayton Prelle, Cole Buer, Drake Butsavage and Josh McKinstry all had a part in that effort. The good news for this team is that they are very young; everybody is back next year and hopefully we can qualify all these same guys and a few more. I'm already looking forward to it! I would also like to take a few girls to compete next year as well. I would like to say a special "thank you" to the parents for their support all season. It just wouldn't be the same without you. Now do you want some more good news? We are building a following all around the state. There were a number of coaches and parents from around the state (some I didn't know at all) that mentioned that they were paying attention to the Bison track team. That only happens when good things are happening! Congrats, once again to all our state qualifiers!
Daniel Burkhalter, placing third in the 2 mile race.
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Doug and Trey Young coach Collin Palmer on tying a calf.
Doug Young works with Julianna Kari on a head catch.
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Nicole Hafner, getting ready in the box as dad Terry works the chute.
Julianna Kari tries her luck at catching the bale, one of the tools ropers use for practice.
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The Mustache Trend
to have a premonition that meeting the famous columnist is in our future. In preparation for our photo opportunity with Baxter Black—whenever that might be— my husband began growing out his whiskers this Spring. The photo he wants to have taken would be me flanked by mustachewearing Baxter Black and my husband on each side—IF it happens. As a woman on the receiving lips of a walrus-style whiskers and noticer of whisker issues, I’m sharing my observations for any men considering participation in the mustache trend in hopes of helping prevent mustache embarrassing moments. Do not accept a mug of foamy tap beer without a napkin or hankie. Do not eat thickly buttered toast or corn on the cob without a napkin or hankie. Do not drink a cup of coffee without a napkin or hankie. In fact, just pack around a hankie or grab a napkin/paper towel if unplanned eating or drinking opportunities arise. If you’re a self-conscious guy, always check the alignment of the mustache in the mirror first thing in the morning. This is when mustaches are most likely to appear unruly or crooked. Check the rearview mirror prior to exiting the vehicle to ensure
Seven days of rain impacts South Dakota's farmers & ranchers
In the last seven days most of the state saw rain events which dumped as much as 10 inches on some crop acres, says Laura Edwards, SDSU Extension Climate Field Specialist. "How much moisture received and whether it brought damage or relief to agriculture producers really depended on which South Dakota County their land is in," Edwards said. "Some farmers will need to replant, others have to wait to plant while their field sits several inches under water, and at the same time many ranchers couldn't be happier because now forage and range conditions are looking better than they have in a long time." Most of the heavy precipitation fell on Turner, Lincoln and Minnehaha Counties; totals exceeded 10 inches in the center of the storm. This includes areas westsouthwest of Sioux Falls that received over six inches in 24 hours from Saturday to Sunday morning. A stretch from Onida to Miller also received at least 6-8 inches; with several northwestern South Dakota counties receiving several inches from localized, intense thunderstorms. Streamflow on the Big Sioux and Vermillion Rivers came up quickly, but are projected to fall within a few days, barring additional heavy precipitation. "Our primary concern right now is flooding in fields in the eastern part of the state," Edwards said. Depending on the type of rainstorm, Edwards says fields could be impacted by flash flooding, which can erode soil, wash away new seed and leave large cutouts
Amy Kirk is a ranch wife from Custer, South Dakota.
Although my husband isn’t aware of it, his decision to grow out his mustache again is just in time to be a part of the current mustache trend. I’ve seen a variety of merchandise featuring mustaches: sunglasses with attached mustaches, necklaces, rings, cookie cutters, and silkscreen tshirts promoting mustaches. When my husband and I met, his mustache was his trademark and the source of much ribbing during our courtship. According to old family photos, it’s apparent that big mustaches have always been a part of his family’s history. Pictures of his great grandfather and great great grandfather show them sporting big mustaches. My husband’s admired their mustaches as well as the ‘staches on actor Sam Elliott and cowboy humorist Baxter Black. A while back I received an email from Baxter about a column I’d written regarding married ranch couples. Mr. Black personally addressed my husband in his salutation and that has led my husband
neatness and cleanliness before mingling with people. As a backup if mirrors aren’t available, establish a habit of subconsciously shaping the mustache with the index finger and thumb. If you don’t have a miniature mustache comb, a toothbrush makes a fine mustache brush. *TIP* just don’t be lazy and use toothbrushes that someone you live with currently brushes their teeth with. Periodically groom the ‘stache with your tiny comb or mustache toothbrush to avoid embarrassing mustache disarrangement or having unsightly unidentifiable objects in it. Remove pull tabs on cans before sipping to avoid whiskerpulling/catching. If you’re the father of a baby that recognizes you with a mustache, should you decide to shave it off, expect your infant to be scared of you the first time he or she sees you whiskerless. Avoid downpours. Heavy rains will cause major drippage from a mustache. When eating messy foods swipe the ‘stache frequently between bites. May these help potential trend followers establish a good-looking mustache, but the most important tip is NEVER EVER tell your wife you let the dog kiss or lick your mustache clean.
in fields; or fields are under standing water, which can suffocate young plants. Edwards says that based on discussions with SDSU Extension Agronomists, the impact this flooding will have on the 2013 crop all depends on how fast fields dry up and how mature the crop is - if plants have a few leaves above the waterline, the crop may survive. She adds that some of the long term effects won't be known until later in the growing season. "This has been a cold wet spring punctuated by extreme rainfall. If the plants do survive this most recent event, we have yet to know what type of diseases may follow," she said. The heavy rain can also induce crusting on the soil surface, which can slow down emerging plants, or cause uneven emergence in corn and soybean fields. As to whether or not South Dakota is still in a drought, Edwards says it all depends on where in South Dakota you're located. "The eastern side of the state has made phenomenal gains this spring which has improved the drought situation dramatically. I still have some concern about the long term deep soil moisture all across the state that could affect us later this summer," she said. The western counties are holding steady, but drought impacts could emerge quickly as the area enters its dry summer season. Before replanting, Edwards encourages farmers to consult their crop insurance representatives. More information will be posted to iGrow.org.
Clean as You Go: fill your sink with hot soapy water as you start dinner. “Place used dishes and pans in the filled sink so they’ll be soaking while you eat.” Also, wipe up any spills immediately—don’t give sauces, oils or spices a chance to sit around.
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Bella Vista Village, 2 & 3 Br
Elderly 62+, Disables & Handicap Housing
LEAD Timberland Apts, 2 & 3 Br Gold Mountain Apts, 1 Br
Elderly 62+, Disables & Handicap Housing
STURGIS NEWELL Grand & Green Valley Apt, 1 Br * Bluff’s Edge Apts, 1Br Elderly 62+, Disabled & Handicap Housing Heritage Acres, 1 & 2 Br Elderly 62 & Handicap Housing SPEARFISH Butte Ridge Apts, 2 Br Iron Creek Plaza, 2 Br * Hunter’s Run Townhouses, 3 Br * Rolling Hills Apts, 2 & 3 Br Elderly 62+, Disabled & Handicap Housing Lookout Mountain view, 1 Br Elderly 62+, Disables & Handicap Housing WHITEWOOD Chiang Apts, 2 Br FAITH Countryside Estates, 1Br McLAUGHLIN LEMMON McLaughlin Manor, 1 Br Westside Apt, 1 & 2 Br
Bison School District has the following positions available:
At h le t ic Di re ct or C oaches: Head Boys Basketball and Ass't. Head Girls Basketball and Ass't. Head Football and Ass't. Ass't. Volleyball.
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South Dakota’s State Flag
Blue skies and sunshine translate to a perfect summer day. Those elements are reflected in South Dakota’s flag. The story of the state’s banner began in 1909, when State Sen. Ernest May of Deadwood walked into the office of the State Department of History in Pierre. He discussed the need for a state flag with state historian Doane Robinson. “Turning to me, Robinson said, ‘Miss Anding will make you a flag,’” Ida (Anding) McNeil said in an article in the Jan. 20, 1963, Rapid City Daily Journal. McNeil, a legislative reference librarian at the time, designed and made a flag that featured a blazing sun in the center of a field of blue, with the words “South Dakota” above the sun in the arc of the circle and “The Sunshine State” below the sun in the arc of the circle. McNeil said in the newspaper article that Robinson suggested a blazing sun emblem because of South Dakota’s many days of sunshine. McNeil showed the sample flag to Robinson, who remarked that the Great Seal of the State of South Dakota would look nice on the other side. McNeil agreed, and the state seal set against a field of dark blue was placed on the reverse side. A bill adopting the state flag was passed by the Legislature in 1909. “If I had known as much about flags as I do now, I certainly would have left the reverse side plain,” McNeil said in the Rapid City Daily Journal article. “A two-sided flag is very difficult to make. In addition to the added work, it is difficult to prevent one side from showing through onto the other.” McNeil explained in the newspaper article that to make the state flag, she appliqued the golden sun and embroidered the sun’s rays. She then took another piece of silk, painted details of the state seal on it and appliqued this to the reverse side of the flag. In addition to being difficult to make, a two-sided flag was expensive to produce. The silk material from which McNeil made the flag cost $12.50 per yard and the materials for one flag cost about $75 in 1963. McNeil left her state job when she married in 1921. Although she made the first state flag, she is better remembered for being a pioneer in radio broadcasting. She became known as “Mrs. Pierre” while owner and operator of KGFX radio in Pierre. Another version of how South Dakota’s flag came into being states that May told Robinson that Deadwood pioneer Seth Bullock wanted a state flag. Robinson makes no mention of Bullock’s involvement in the state flag in Doane Robinson’s Encyclopedia of South Dakota. David A. Wolff of Spearfish, author of Seth Bullock: Black Hills Lawman, said that he could find no evidence in his research on Bullock to support the idea of Bullock being involved in the first state flag. During the 1963 legislative session, Rep. William Sahr of Pierre introduced a bill to modify the state flag. The new one-sided flag kept a sun with a serrated edge on a field of sky blue but placed the state seal inside the sun. Around the sun were the words “South Dakota” and “The Sunshine State.” The state’s banner was again revised in 1992, when the Legislature approved changing the wording on the flag to read “The Mount Rushmore State” instead of “The Sunshine State.” This reflected a change in the state nickname. The legislation for both the 1963 and 1992 changes contained a provision that any previous flags made in conformance with state law were to remain official state flags. That means that it is legal to use any of the three official state flags. Not everyone likes our state flag. The North American Vexillological Association, an association of flag experts, ranked South Dakota’s flag as one of the five worst in North America in 2001. During the 2012 legislative session, a bill to adopt a flag designed by Spearfish artist Dick Termes was introduced. This design featured a sunburst, an American Indian medicine wheel and concentric blue circles. A House committee rejected the call to look at revising the flag.
It’s contest time
Guess who’s turning another year older this week!
I was born on June 12, 1957, in Lansing, MI. I played Elliot Weston on Thirtysomething. Who am I?
Call 244-7199 or email courier@sdplains with your answer before tuesday June 11, 2013.
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Hail near Meadow
June 11, 2013 7:00 p.m. PROPOSED AGENDA: Pledge of Allegiance Call to Order Consent Agenda Approve Agenda Minutes Financial Reports Approval of Claims – Delegations –
BISON SCHOOL DISTRICT 52-1 BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING
Budget – Set Hearing Date and Time Workman’s Comp. Coverage – Bus Contract approval – SDRS Roth Plan –
Request for payment of unused sick leave –
Designation of Title I Authority – Consolidated Application Executive session for personnel matters – (Personnel Issue SDCL 1-25-2 (1) ) Contract Approval – Certified and Noncertified staff NWAS Cooperative report -Beckman Motion to Adjourn --
Updates, Building Committee –
Superintendent Report – Mr. Kraemer [Published June 6, 2013 at a total approximate cost of $20.58.]
TO: W.W. Grigsby, Mahota Grigsby and Charles Niell Ross A/K/A CN Ross :
NOTICE OF LAPSE OF MINERAL INTEREST AND OF INTENTION TO CLAIM SUCH LAPSED MINERAL INTERESTS AS BEING ABANDONED BY OWNERS OF RECORD
Early Monday evening a storm moved through and left hail east of Meadow.
Secondary Staff – Proposed eligibility changes
TAKE NOTICE, that, under the authority granted in SDCL 43-30A-06, that Brian and Dana Scholz, husband and wife, as surface owners of the following described real estate situated in the County of Perkins and State of South Dakota: TOWNSHIP 23 NORTH, RANGE 12 EAST of the BHM, PERKINS COUNTY, SD SECTION 28: SE1/4
hereby give notice of the lapse of mineral interests of the above-named record mineral interest owners on, in or under the land above described, and of their intention to succeed to the mineral interests of the above-named record mineral interest owners, and of their intention to claim title to such lapsed minerals as being abandoned mineral interests. SDCL 43-30A-02, provides that the title to the abandoned mineral interests vests in the owners of the surface estate in the land in or under which such mineral interests are located on the date of the abandonment.
Please take FURTHER NOTICE, that each of you, as the above-named record mineral interest owners, have sixty (60) days after the first publication of this Notice to record a statement of claim in the office of Recorder in and for Perkins County, South Dakota, in accordance with SDCL 43-30A-05. If no statement of the claim is filed within such sixty (60) day period, the title to the abandoned mineral interests will vest in Brian and Dana Scholz, husband and wife the owners of the surface interest in and to the land hereinabove described. Dated this 17th day of May, 2013. /s/ Eric M. Hardy Eric M. Hardy, #4013 Attorney for the Scholz family P.O. Box 390 Hettinger, North Dakota 58639 (701) 567-2418
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 17th day of May, 2013. /s/ Nancy Secrest Nancy Secrest, Notary Public Adams County, North Dakota My Commission Expires: 7/18/2018
[Published May 23, May 30, June 6, 2013 at a total approximate cost of $44.13.]
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Commissioners; in and for the County of Perkins, in the City of Lemmon, South Dakota on the 11th day of June, 2013 at the hour of 10:30 a.m. at the Dakota Lodge in Lemmon, SD, will meet in regular session to consider the following applications for an 3-Day Special Event Malt Beverage License to operate outside of a municipality, which has been presented to the Board of County Commissioners and filed in the Perkins County Finance Officer’s Office. Boss Cowman Rodeo Committee Lemmon Chamber of Commerce Lemmon Fairgrounds, Lt 1 NSE 2-23-16 Special 3-Day Malt Beverage License July 12, 13 & 14, 2013
Notice is further given that any person, persons, or their attorney may appear at said scheduled public hearing and present objections to the above application, if any objections there be. Dated at Bison, South Dakota this 21st Day of May, 2013. Sylvia Chapman Perkins County Finance Officer
[Published June 6, 2013 at the total approximate cost of $15.53.]
Pursuant to SDCL ch. 43-30A, notice is hereby given that a mineral interest in, on or under the following described lands in the County of Perkins, State of South Dakota, has lapsed, to-wit: Township 15 North, Range 10 East, B.H.M.: Section 3: SE1/4. The name of the record owner of the mineral interest is LLOYD BREMSETH, Madison, Minnesota. This NOTICE is given by D. THOMAS GODDARD and BETTY M. GODDARD (“Goddards”), of 16599 Peggy Creek Road, Prairie City, SD 57649, in order to succeed to the ownership of the mineral interest. BENNETT, MAIN & GUBBRUD, P.C. Attorneys for Goddards Max Main 618 State Street Belle Fourche, SD 57717 605.892.2011 [Published May 23, May 30 and June 6, 2013 at a total approximate cost of $33.80.]
NOTICE OF LAPSE OF MINERAL INTEREST
Page 14 • The Bison Courier • Thursday, June 6, 2013 Grand River Roundup ............................................................... By Betty Olson
I added up the rain I dumped out of our gauge for the month of May and it totaled over five inches, 5.21” to be exact. There were flood warnings out for Wednesday through Saturday for every creek and river in the northern Hills and some of roads were washed out. The prairie is so green you’d swear this was Ireland if you didn’t know better and we’re gonna get some hay, even from some of the hayfields that suffered hail damage. I finally got the “south 40” mowed and was strongly considering using the swather and the baler, if only I could get them through the yard gate! There were lots of brandings in the neighborhood this week. Taz and Trig went to help brand at Rone Jenson’s on Monday while Casey, Missy and Bryce went to the high school practice rodeo in Isabel. The Bar H branded on Tuesday. Casey, Taz and Trig helped brand Bill and Tony Holt’s calves Wednesday, Claudia and Taylor Vroman branded toward the end of the week, and Ron Slaba branded on Sunday during the regional high school rodeo in Buffalo. These guys got the last bunch of late calves branded this Monday and now we’re looking forward to Doll’s branding at the Hackamore on Tuesday. I’ll tell you all about that next week. You know winter is over when I start reporting on horse wrecks around the community. On Thursday Richard Peck’s horse slipped in the mud and fell with him, knocking him cold, and then in the process of getting back up the horse stomped right on Dick’s chest breaking seven ribs. He spent a day or so in the Hettinger hospital and is slowly healing. Kelly Britton’s horse bucked him off and buggered him up enough that he missed working the arena at the high school rodeo Saturday. He helped on Sunday, but he was walking pretty careful. Gary McCall also had a horse wreck that put him in the hospital in the Hills a week or so ago, but he’s out and about now. Be careful out there! Amanda, Kiley and Reave Schuchard came to A.I. our heifers Friday in the rain, and they finished just as Greg and Stetson Urlacher brought our bulls. They were all here for lunch and a good visit. The IRS scandal keeps getting worse. If an organization used the words Tea Party, Christian, Patriot, Conservative, or Constitution when applying to the IRS for tax-exempt status they were targeted for audits and investigations and their applications were delayed, usually for three years or were never granted. Even Rev. Billy Graham was under investigation! Now people have started to come forward telling how the Obama administration ordered them to be audited and investigated, not only by the IRS, but also by the DOJ, the FBI, the EPA, OSHA, ATF, NSA, Homeland Security and numerous other government departments. This is scary and infuriating! Let’s hope the long arm of government is just as incompetent during these unlawful investigations as this guy: A cowboy named Bud was riding through livestock in a remote pasture in western Dakota when suddenly a brand-new BMW advanced toward him in a cloud of dust. The driver, a young man in a Brioni suit and Gucci shoes leaned out the window and asked the cowboy, "If I tell you exactly how many cows and calves you have in your herd, will you give me a calf?" Bud looks at the man, who obviously is a yuppie, then looks at his peacefully grazing herd and calmly answers, "Sure, why not?" The yuppie parks his car, whips out his notebook computer, connects it to his cell phone, and surfs to a NASA page on the Internet, where he calls up a GPS satellite to get an exact fix on his location which he then feeds to another NASA satellite that scans the area in an ultrahigh-resolution photo. The young man then opens the digital photo and exports it to an image processing facility in Hamburg, Germany ... Within seconds, he receives an email on his Palm Pilot that the image has been processed and the data stored. He then accesses an MS-SQL database through an ODBC connected Excel spreadsheet with email on his Blackberry, after a few minutes, receives a response. Finally, he prints out a full-color, 150-page report on his hi-tech, miniaturized printer, turns to the cowboy and says, "You have exactly 1,586 cows and calves." "That's right. Well, I guess you can take one of my calves," says Bud. He watches the young man select one of the animals and looks on with amusement as the young man stuffs it into the trunk of his car. Then Bud says to the young man, "Hey, if I can tell you what your business is, will you give me back my calf?" The young man thinks about it for a second and then says, "Okay, why not?" "You work for the federal government.” says Bud. "Wow! That's correct," says the yuppie, "but how did you guess that?" "No guessing required." answered the cowboy. "You showed up here even though nobody called you; you want to get paid for an answer I already knew, to a question I never asked. You used millions of dollars worth of equipment trying to show me how much smarter than me you are; and you don't know a thing about how working people make a living - or about cows, for that matter. This is a flock of sheep. Now give me back my dog.
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DISPLAY ADS: $4.70 per column inch. CLASSIFIED ADS: $5.90 for 30 words; 10¢ for each word thereafter. $2.00 billing charge applies. THANK YOU'S: $5.90 minimum or $3.10 per column inch. $2.00 billing charge applies. HIGHLIGHTS & HAPPENINGS: $5.90 minimum or $3.10 per column inch. $2.00 billing charge applies. HAPPY ADS: With or Without Picture: $15.00 minimum or $4.50 per column inch.BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT: $36.00 for 2x7 announcement. Ad Deadline is Monday at NOON! Legal Deadline is Friday at NOON! 244-7199 or email@example.com
FOR SALE For Sale: Farm fresh eggs call 7882276. B51-1tc 723-8837. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Position open until 6/14/13 or until filled. B50-3tc
Please send resume and letter of application to Lisa Edelman, Finance Officer, PO Box 178, Freeman, SD 57029. Deadline for applications is June 28, 2013. HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR CAREER! 3 Week Hands-On Training School. Bulldozers, Backhoes, Excavators. National Certifications. Lifetime Job Placement Assistance. VA Benefits Eligible! 1-866-362-6497. BUILDING TRADES INSTRUCTOR opening for 9TH – 12TH grade program in Northwest South Dakota. Competitive wage, excellent benefits, car provided. For more information contact Cris Owens, Northwest Area Schools, 605-466-2206 or Christine.Owens@k12.sd.us.
full time Occupational Therapist, RN and LPN or Medical Assistant opportunities available. We are located in the beautiful southern Black Hills of SD just a short distance from Mount Rushmore, Wind Cave National Park, Custer State Park, Jewel Cave National Park and many other outdoor attractions. Call 605-673-2229 ext. 110 for more information or go to www.regionalhealth.com to apply. EOE. THE ROAD TO THE RIGHT CAREER - STARTS HERE! Statewide construction jobs, $12.00 - $18.00 OR MORE. No experience necessary. Apply online www.sdwork.org. #constructionjobspaybetter.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY AVON – Only $10 to start. Call for information without any obligation. 1877-454-9658.
WANTED Wanted: Straw or corn stalks to bale in 2013. Round or square bales. On shares or will purchase in field. Contact Tom at 605-866-4605. B43-tfn Wanted: Pasture to rent and hay land to rent or put up on shares. Custom haying: round, medium square, small squares. Please call Tom 605-866-4605; 605-949-1933. B33-tfn
FULL-TIME HOME VISITOR: TREC-Badlands Head Start: Prenatal to Five is seeking a high energy, self-motivated and professional individual to work as Home Visitor in rural Perkins County including Bison and Lemmon. This individual will be working with ten to twelve families (pregnant women, infants and/or toddlers) in a homebased model. A passion for early childhood education/development, experience working successfully with a multi-disciplinary team and multicultural awareness are necessary. Strong communication skills, experience working with families, and a valid driver’s license are required. This is a 12 month position. A BS/BA in Early Childhood or related field is preferred. An AA degree in Early Childhood, an Infant/Toddler CDA, or equivalent experience will be considered. Applicant should be willing to further educational experiences. Preference is given to individuals with Head Start, home visitation, or relevant experience. Computer experience is required. We provide a competitive salary and benefit package. Salary is dependent upon education and experience. For more information and an application, please call 605-
HELP WANTED Help Wanted: The Town of Bison is now accepting applications for a fulltime maintenance worker. Pay negotiable. Benefits available. Also needed, one part-time worker in July to organize swimming lessons and to chaperone lessons and possibly open swimming. Applicants must be 18 and over. Please request an application from: Finance Officer, Box 910, Bison, SD 57620 or call 244-5677 or 244-5231. The Town of Bison is an Equal Opportunity Employer. B51-2tc
Seasonal Help Wanted: The Town of Bison is now accepting applications for summer help – one to two individuals for maintenance help and one to organize swimming lesson and possibly open swimming. Applicants must be 18 and over. Please request an application from: Finance Officer, Box 910, Bison, SD 57620 or call 244-5677 or 244-5231. The Town of Bison is an Equal Opportunity Employer. B39-tfn Thank You I would like to thank the Bison B.E.A. for the very nice Retirement Party, the phone calls, many cards, very nice gifts and words of kindness from everyone. It has all been very appreciated. Thank You Sherry Basford
CENTER-BASED TEACHER: TREC - Badlands Head Start: Prenatal to Five is seeking a high energy, self-motivated and professional individual to work as a preschool Teacher and in a home-based setting in Lemmon, South Dakota. This individual will be working with young children (ages 3-5) and their families. Strong communication skills, experience working with families, and valid driver’s license and some travel are required. A passion for early childhood education/development, experience working successfully within a multi-disciplinary team and multicultural awareness are necessary. Head Start experience is preferred. Due to Head Start mandates, a minimum of an AA in Early Childhood or an Associate Degree in a related field and coursework equivalent to a major relating to early childhood education, with experience teaching preschool-age children, is required. This is a 40 hour per week, 38 weeks per year position. We provide a competitive salary and benefit package. Salary is dependent upon education and experience. Pre-employment drug screening and background checks are required. For more information and an application, please call 605-7238837. Position open until 6/28/13 or until filled. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. B49-4tc
CABLE/SATELLITE/ INTERNET DISH NETWORK. Starting at $19.99/month (for 12 mos.) & High Speed Internet starting at $14.95/month (where available.) SAVE! Ask About SAME DAY Installation! CALL Now! 1-800-308-1892. SAVE ON CABLE TV-Internet-Digital Phone-Satellite. You`ve Got A Choice! Options from ALL major service providers. Call us to learn more! CALL Today. 888-337-5453.
ALEXANDER, ND, SCHOOL DISTRICT is seeking 1 elementary teacher, 1 Pre-School teacher, and a Title 1 Teacher. Send a letter of application and resume with references: Alexander Public School, Lynn Sims, PO Box 66, Alexander, ND 58831, or firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE. THE ROAD TO THE RIGHT CAREER - STARTS HERE! Statewide construction jobs, $12.00 - $18.00 OR MORE. No experience necessary. Apply online www.sdwork.org. #constructionjobspaybetter. COUNSELORS: SPEARFISH & RAPID CITY. Outpatient Counselor, Family/Child Counselor, Crisis Services Counselor. Details/Apply: BMSCares.ORG.
FOR SALE LONGBRANCH IN PIERRE, SD. We have lowered the price & will consider contract for deed. Call Russell Spaid 605-280-1067. LOG HOMES DAKOTA LOG HOME Builders representing Golden Eagle Log Homes, building in eastern, central, northwestern South & North Dakota. Scott Connell, 605-530-2672, Craig Connell, 6052 6 4 5 6 5 0 , www.goldeneagleloghomes.com. 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 800-6583697 for details.
HIGHSPEED INTERNET everywhere By Satellite! Speeds up to 12mbps! (200x faster than dial-up.) Starting at $49.95/mo. CALL NOW & GO FAST! 1-888-518-8672. EMPLOYMENT DRIVERS WANTED: CDL, owner operators, freight from Midwest up to 48 states, home regularly, newer equipment, Health, 401K, call Randy, A&A Express, 800-658-3549 SISSETON SCHOOL DISTRICT Openings: SPED K-12 (2 Positions), SPED Early Childhood. Contact: Dr. Stephen Schulte, Supt. 516 8th Ave. W. Sisseton, SD 57262. (605)698-7613. Positions open until filled. EOE.
2004 CASE IH JX100 with 5ft. Tigger mower. SER/AGJX10AB132358 11,000 hrs. $22,000 firm. Can be seen at Kennebec highway shop. 605-869-2261 or 605-280-5478. THE ROAD TO THE RIGHT CAREER - STARTS HERE! Statewide construction jobs, $12.00 - $18.00 OR MORE. No experience necessary. Apply online www.sdwork.org. #constructionjobspaybetter.
DOUGLAS COUNTY COMMISSION is taking applications for full- time Douglas County Highway Superintendent. Must have valid Class A Driver’s License. Experience in road/bridge construction/maintenance. For application contact: Douglas County Auditor (605) 724-2423.
SEARCH STATE-WIDE APARTMENT Listings, sorted by rent, location and other options. www.sdhousingsearch.com South Dakota Housing Development Authority. OTR/DRIVERS DRIVERS $1000 SIGN-ON BONUS. New Pay Program! * Earn up to 50 CPM *Home Weekly * Excellent miles, $50 tarp pay. Must be Candaian eligible (888) 691-5705.
SMART SALES AND LEASE seeks business account manager. Work online from home. Hourly/salary based on experience. Some evenings, weekends. Degree/management experience preferred. email@example.com. CUSTER REGIONAL HOSPITAL has
WANTED WANTED: HUNTING LAND for Pheasant, quality Mule Deer 170” class+, Whitetail Deer 150” class+ and Merrium Turkey. Call 605-448-8064.
IROQUOIS SCHOOL HAS OPENINGS for Science Teacher, PT Preschool Teacher, Head Boys Basketball Coach & Head Girls Basketball Coach. Send Resume To: Iroquois School, Mark Sampson, AD, PO Box 98, Iroquois, SD 57353.
THE DUPREE SCHOOL DISTRICT is seeking applications for a HS Math Instructor (w/wo Head Boys BB Coach); Base Pay - $34,150 plus signing bonus. Contact Supt. Lenk at Dupree School (605) 365-5138.
Big, Stout Yearling Angus Bulls
Bulls located 3 miles SE of Downtown Rapid City
• February & March Yearling Angus Bulls • Mostly calving ease bulls • Semen checked & ready to go!
THE CITY OF FREEMAN, SD is seeking applications for the position of City Administrator. Minimum qualifications required are a graduate from an accredited college or university with a public administration background and two (2) years’ of progressively responsible professional management position in a similar or larger sized municipal environment, or any equivalent combination of experience, education and training, which provides the desired knowledge, skills and abilities. Full benefit package and salary DOQ.
Contact: Dan (605) 391-7090 Jamie (605) 391-6399
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All School Reunion-Saturday, June 22, 2013
Open to the Public • Bison Gymnasium • 6:00 p.m. –Evening meal $25.00 per person/$30.00 per person at the door
Supper, local entertainment, photo booth, Cardinal news, visit classmates, door prizes, give-a-ways
Entertainment: Members of the Buer Family, Kid Dakota and Eliza Blue Contact any member of the All School Reunion for tickets: Duane Shea 244-5284 Helen Aaker 244-7400 Nancy Seidel 244-5621 Greg Fried 244-5614 244-5406 Gladys Jackson Salli Blazey 605-639-1665 cell Jim Wishard 244-5971