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Number 11
Volume 107
March 15, 2012
Gov. Dennis Daugaard recently
signed the following legislative
bills:
•HB1017: An Act to authorize
the Bureau of Administration to
construct a maintenance shop in
Pierre, to make an appropriation
therefor, and to declare an emer-
gency.
•HB1018: An Act to repeal cer-
tain obsolete or unnecessary provi-
sions pertaining to the Department
of Game, Fish and Parks.
•HB1019: An Act to revise the li-
cense fee for snowmobiles and to
revise the period of such licenses.
•HB1031: An Act to establish a
license fee and a renewal fee for
carriers licensing under the Inter-
national Fuel Tax Agreement, to
establish a decal fee and a mailing
fee, and to provide for the disposi-
tion of the fees.
•HB1032: An Act to repeal cer-
tain provisions regarding the tem-
porary permit for a specialty li-
cense plate with an organization or
first responder decal.
•HB1039: An Act to exempt cer-
tain impaired driving violations
from the statutory limitation on en-
hanced penalties for second, third,
or subsequent violations
•HB1045: An Act to revise vari-
ous trust provisions.
•HB1047: An Act to revise cer-
tain provisions relating to military
law.
•HB1050: An Act to revise cer-
tain provisions regarding National
Guard discipline and courts-mar-
tial.
•HB1051: An Act to authorize
the South Dakota Building Author-
ity and the Board of Regents to im-
plement the long-term capital proj-
ect request of the Board of Regents
providing for the demolition, con-
struction, remodeling, or renova-
tion of various structures on the
campuses of the state's universities
and to make appropriations there-
for.
•HB1052: An Act to grant dis-
cretion to the court with regard to
personal appearances in certain
adoption appearances.
•HB1059: An Act to revise Arti-
cle 9 of the Uniform Commercial
Code, to make an appropriation,
and to declare an emergency.
•HB1063: An Act to repeal cer-
tain statutes related to the testi-
mony of sex offense victims and to
evidence of a victim's prior sexual
conduct and to establish the ration-
ale and effect of the repeal.
•HB1064: An Act to allow the
Supreme Court to establish certain
rules for the use of interactive
audio visual equipment and to pro-
vide for the collection and deposit
of fees for the use thereof.
•HB1065: An Act to repeal the
requirement that the Unified Judi-
cial System set forth a schedule for
all fees paid directly to court re-
porters in its annual consolidated
budget.
•HB1066: An Act to allow for the
cremation of deceased persons who
are indigent and the funeral ex-
penses are the financial responsi-
bility of the county.
•HB1088: An Act to revise cer-
tain requirements for charging and
collecting certain fees for confining
certain people in the county jail.
•HB1095: An Act to revise the
procedure for the discharge of civil
judgments against a person who
has received a discharge of debt
pursuant to the United States
Code, Title 11.
•HB1097: An Act to revise cer-
tain provisions regulating the in-
vestment of unneeded state operat-
ing expenses in banks.
•HB1107: An Act to revise cer-
tain provisions concerning the
bonding authority of the South
Dakota Conservancy District.
•HB1114: An Act to amend pro-
vision limiting the time used to de-
termine if a violation is a third or
subsequent offense.
•HB1117: An Act to provide for
the taking of muskrats by shooting
under certain conditions.
•HB1121: An Act to amend rate
stability provisions to include plant
additions.
•HB1125: An Act to clarify the
definition of engaging in business
in certain circumstances.
•HB1128: An Act to require the
Board of Education to conduct pub-
lic hearings before adopting certain
standards.
•HB1130: An Act to revise the
fee schedule for certain documents
filed with the county register of
deeds, to create a county and
Governor Daugaard signs more bills
statewide fund for the purpose of
modernizing and preserving
records, and to distribute certain
revenue.
•HB1131: An Act to revise cer-
tain provisions relating to the post-
ing of public notice for meetings of
public bodies.
•HB1153: An Act to revise and
clarify certain provisions relating
to the revocation of fur dealer li-
censes.
•HB1160: An Act to provide for
the award of filing fees as court
costs in certain appeals.
•HB1162: An Act to revise cer-
tain provisions relating to the plat-
ting and annexation of subdivi-
sions.
•HB1163: An Act to allow polit-
ical subdivisions of the state to op-
erate as organizations formed
under SDCL 58-18-52 for the pur-
chase of health insurance.
•HB1172: An Act to exempt cer-
tain developer-installed storm
sewer detention ponds from public
procurement bid requirements.
•HB1173: An Act to revise cer-
tain provisions regarding the ad-
ministration of the county legal ex-
pense relief program.
•HB1079: An Act to revise cer-
tain publication date citations for
references to the International
Building Code.
•HB1156: An Act to revise pro-
cedures and requirements relating
to special assessments and the fi-
nancing of local improvements.
•HB1164: An Act to revise cer-
tain provisions regarding the sale
of certain surplus property in
Yankton County.
•HB1178: An Act to revise cer-
tain provisions relating to the dis-
posal of local government property.
•HB1179: An Act to require cer-
tain campaign finance require-
ments to apply to all counties and
municipalities.
•HB1182: An Act to revise the
filing deadlines for the nomination
of certain independent candidates.
•HB1187: An Act to exempt
health care sharing ministries
from the provisions of the health
insurance code.
•HB1192: An Act to amend cer-
tain limited liability company lan-
guage.
•HB1194: An Act to revise cer-
tain provisions regarding the pay-
ment for rape and sexual offense
examinations.
•HB1195: An Act to authorize
the collection of fees for certain ed-
ucational programming and serv-
ices, and to declare an emergency.
•HB1202: An Act to repeal cer-
tain provisions regarding reckless
and unsafe driving.
•HB1212: An Act to revise cer-
tain terms regarding tort liability.
•HB1229: An Act to exempt cer-
tain persons from the requirement
to license as a mortgage loan orig-
inator.
•HB1230: An Act to modify the
publication requirements regard-
ing the applications.
•HB1233: An Act to provide for
public access to the records of for-
mer Governors and Lieutenant
Governors.
•HB1245: An Act to revise cer-
tain provisions regarding the sus-
pension of a driver license for cer-
tain alcoholic beverage violations.
•HB1254: An Act to revise cer-
tain provisions pertaining to the
decision of a pregnant mother con-
sidering termination of her rela-
tionship with her child by an abor-
tion, to establish certain proce-
dures to insure that such decisions
are voluntary, uncoerced, and in-
formed, and to revise certain
causes of action for professional
negligence relating to performance
of an abortion.
•HB1263: An Act to provide for
mandatory HIV testing for any
person convicted of prostitution or
solicitation of prostitution and to
provide for appropriate utilization
of the test results.
•HB1269: An Act to make an
appropriation for certain costs re-
lated to disasters and to pine bee-
tle suppression and to declare an
emergency.
•HB1270: An Act to revise the
time period for which unclaimed
property is presumed abandoned
and to revise certain provisions re-
garding the publication notice of
unclaimed property.
•HB1273: An Act to prohibit the
sale of loose leaf incense to minors,
to prohibit certain marketing tech-
niques, to regulate the sale of cer-
tain types of incense, and to pro-
vide penalties therefor, and to de-
clare an emergency.
•SB5: An Act to revise certain
provisions regarding the distribu-
tion of state publications.
•SB8: An Act to revise certain
provisions related to the calcula-
tion of state aid to special educa-
tion.
•SB11: An Act to authorize the
Governor's Office of Economic De-
velopment to create and adminis-
ter a working capital loan pro-
gram.
•SB13: An Act to revise certain
provisions pertaining to reunifica-
tion and termination of parental
rights.
•SB14: An Act to revise certain
provisions regarding alcohol or
drug commitments.
•SB15: An Act to revise certain
provisions related to the treatment
of persons with mental illness, in-
cluding consent to treatment.
•SB19: An Act to revise the
rule-making authority of the Com-
mission on Gaming to allow the
commission to authorize the execu-
tive secretary of the Commission
on Gaming to take certain actions
on gaming licensees.
•SB20: An Act to allow returns
and return information to be dis-
closed to officers, employees, and
legal representatives of the Office
of the Attorney General and other
state agencies and departments.
•SB22: An Act to revise certain
provisions regarding the vacation
or the change of location of county
and township highways on school
and public lands.
•SB29: An Act to authorize the
establishment of a designated
Roth contribution program within
the state deferred compensation
plan.
•SB30: An Act to allow for the
development of an alternative ben-
efit enhancement methodology
within the South Dakota Retire-
ment System.
•SB31: An Act to revise certain
provisions relating to the South
Dakota Retirement System, the
South Dakota deferred compensa-
tion plan, and the South Dakota
special pay retirement program.
•SB37: An Act to make an ap-
propriation from the coordinated
natural resources conservation
fund to the State Conservation
Commission and to declare an
emergency.
•SB39: An Act to expand the
definition of victim for the pur-
poses of certain written, victim-im-
pact statements.
•SB41: An Act to authorize re-
tailers to choose whether to submit
pseudoephedrine purchase records
electronically or in writing.
•SB42: An Act to revise certain
provisions regarding habeas cor-
pus.
•SB46: An Act to authorize the
Board of Regents to purchase an
airport structure for use by South
Dakota State University and to
make an appropriation therefor.
•SB47: An Act to increase the
authorized square footage for the
motor pool building at South
Dakota State University, to make
an appropriation therefor, and to
declare an emergency.
•SB48: An Act to revise the
General Appropriations Act for fis-
cal year 2012.
•SB53: An Act to permit the De-
partment of Public Safety to re-
quire certain accident reports to be
filed by electronic means.
•SB56: An Act to revise and re-
peal certain provisions relating to
the South Dakota Housing Devel-
opment Authority.
•SB57: An Act to revise and re-
peal certain administrative rules
relating to the South Dakota
Housing Development Authority.
•SB62: An Act to allow certain
alcoholic beverage licensees to
charge a corkage fee for serving
wine supplied by customers and to
allow customers to remove a par-
tially consumed bottle of wine from
certain alcoholic beverage li-
censees.
•SB65: An Act to revise the list
of products offered to consumers
by motor vehicle dealers and sales
finance companies.
•SB66: An Act to permit the fil-
ing of certain documents with the
secretary of state by electronic
means and to remove the notary
requirements.
(continued on page 2)
by Laurie Hindman
Conditional Use permit, Grazing
land lease renewal, Dakota Mill
and Ambulance District were a few
of the issues that were on the
agenda for the Wall City Council
meeting.
Mayor Dave Hahn called the
meeting to order on Thursday,
March 8 at 6:30 p.m., with council
members: Bill Leonard, Pete
Dunker, Rick Hustead, Stan An-
derson, Jerry Morgan and Mike
Anderson present. City Finance Of-
ficer Carolynn Anderson, Chamber
Director Lindsey Hildebrand and
Public Works Director Jeff Clark
were also in attendance.
Deputy Darrin Ginn gave the po-
lice report. Ginn introduced Lt.
Craig Wood who is the new super-
visor for the Pennington County
Sheriffs Patrol Office. Ginn also
asked the council to waive the fees
for the Freshmen Impact program,
which will be held in Wall in April.
Council approved to waive the fees.
Jace Shearer and Tisha Rose
came before the council to request a
Conditional Use permit for a busi-
ness at 609 Glen Street. Shearer
has gathered signatures from sur-
rounding neighbors and the front
door will be used for the new
beauty shop going in. Council ap-
proved the permit for three years.
Shearer was also informed that he
will need to apply for a sign permit
for the business.
CETEC agreement for services
with pay rates was tabled until the
special meeting to be held on Mon-
day, March 12, since the old rate
schedule was not present at the
meeting.
Grazing land lease renewal with
Jim Bloom was discussed. Bloom
has leased the land from the city in
the past and is not willing to pay
the old lease amount of $4.26 an
acre. He informed C. Anderson that
he will pay only $2.00 an acre. The
city property which is surrounded
by Forest Service land is not fenced
off and does not have water. Coun-
cil approved to offer the lease to
Bloom again for one year at $2.00
an acre.
Hahn passed out a Public Works
clean up list to council members
and Clark. A motion that this list
be completed and a project report
be brought back to the next meet-
ing was approved.
Twila Trask would like to put up
a memorial gate at the rodeo
grounds with left over memorial
funds from Milton Trask. The gate
would be on city property and the
city would have control of the gate.
Dunker would like to see a drawing
of the gate to make sure it meets all
requirements of adequate height
and width for semi's. A motion to
approve the gate pending approval
of the sign was approved.
C. Anderson addressed the coun-
cil on an issue of city employees not
following protocol when they want
to attend out of town meetings. In-
stead they are going one-on-one to
get approval. C. Anderson said this
is not the proper way to do things,
it needs to be brought up at a coun-
cil meeting and approved by the
council. Hahn added this is impor-
tant on all issues.
Council approved a special malt
beverage license for the Celebra-
tion Committee’s St. Patrick's
party.
Council approved to hold the
Equalization board meeting on
Monday, March 19 beginning at
5:00 p.m.
Council members received a let-
ter from Butch Kitterman about
the handling of dust grain by
Dakota Mill and trucks cutting the
corner and hitting the curb going to
Dakota Mill. Morgan said, “Dakota
Mill is addressing the issues in the
letter to fix the problems.” The res-
olution for Dakota Mill was tabled
so council members could review it
and bring back any corrections to
the Monday, March 12 meeting.
Ambulance District was next on
the agenda. Council discussed city
issues such as how much of a cash
contribution the city should give to
the district. Ambulances, capitol
assets, ambulance garage whether
to lease or rent. Hustead said, “The
council has to be on this thing to
make it go.” Larry Gravatt will be
at the Monday, March 12 meeting.
Hahn told council members that we
have to dedicated to this issue. C.
Anderson will e-mail copies of Gra-
vatt’s proposal to the council before
the next Ambulance District meet-
ing scheduled for Thursday, March
22.
C. Anderson informed the coun-
cil that the mayor needs to be in-
cluded on all appointed commit-
tees.
The annual report was passed
out and reviewed. Council ap-
proved the annual report.
Once again cell phone issues
were on the agenda. Seems like
Clark is having problems receiving
cell calls at the city shop. Clark re-
minded everyone that there is a
land line phone in his office and he
also has text messaging and voice
mail that he can be reached at.
Council accepted the resignation
of Steve Eisenbraun from the Li-
brary Board. Leonard informed the
council they are reviewing nomina-
tions and should have the prob-
lems resolved at their June meet-
ing. C. Anderson also mentioned
that a town person should be in-
cluded on the board and Linda
Hiltner would be a good nominee.
Minutes of the February 9 city
meeting was approved. Hahn
would like all departments to
know that they must submit their
minutes monthly. Fire Depart-
ment - August thru January min-
utes were approved. Ambulance -
September thru January minutes
were approved except the Decem-
ber minutes which included a com-
ment made about the Ambulance
District. Hahn had the minutes
withheld and will take it back to
the secretary to get an under-
standing of the comment. Library -
January - February minutes were
approved.
City of Wall, Fire Department,
Ambulance, Library and Cemetery
bills were approved.
Finance Officer C. Anderson
needed council approval for holi-
day pay and brought up the issue
of daily time sheets not being e-
mailed daily. C. Anderson would
like them daily so she can review
them. Council approved holiday
pay and to have time sheets e-
mailed daily. C. Anderson asked
for approval for Jim Kitterman to
attend a Safety Coordinator work-
shop April 25 and 26. Council ap-
proved.
Public Works Director Clark in-
formed the council that the Street
Committee met on the Sanding
Policy. They proposed to amend
the current policy. The first read-
ing of the policy was approved. The
Street Committee also met on the
curb and gutter issue. Clark said,
“The Street Committee would like
to roll the money that they have in
the budget over into next year.”
Clark reported that a wheel chair
ramp will be installed at Fifth and
Norris. Clark asked for the council
approval to install a chemical stor-
age building at the pool. The cost
will be around $6,000. The council
approved the building. Clark also
explained extra concrete will have
to be poured at the pool. Cost will
be $3,760 in which council ap-
proved. Clark would also like ap-
proval for he and Garrett Bryan to
attend water classes given by the
Bureau of Reclamation in April.
Council approved for them to at-
tend.
Under council items Leonard re-
ported the property at 428 4th Av-
enue will be sold at a Sheriff Sale
on March 28. Leonard will find out
more details about the sale.
Hahn asked C. Anderson to send
a letter to Butch Kitterman in-
forming him that the issues with
Dakota Mill are being looked into.
Leonard wanted to know who is
responsible for all the ruts behind
the post office. Hustead and Clark
will look into the issue.
Under items for discussion,
Hahn reported that the water
main at the airport would cost
$19,025. The price includes a
water hydrant and a six-inch
main. This issue will be discussed
at the meeting on Monday, March
12.
The next regular city council
meeting will be held on Thursday,
April 5 at 6:30 p.m. at the Wall
Community Center meeting room.
A special meeting will be held on
Monday, March 12 at 4:00 p.m. in
the Wall Community Center meet-
ing room.
With no other business the
meeting was adjourned.
City Council met for March meeting
•May those that love us, love us.
And those that don't love us, May
God turn their hearts. And if He
doesn't turn their hearts, May He
turn their ankles so we will know
Irish blessings for you
them by their limping. ~Irish
Blessing
•May all your troubles last as
long as your New Year's resolu-
tions. ~Joey Adams
Main Street project underway
With the nice weather Site Works has begun the renovation of
preparing Wall’s Main Street for a new face lift.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
No parking on Wall’s Main Street began this past week as Site
Works begins tearing up the street. The project is slated for a
mid-May completion. ~Laurie Hindman
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Whon you fIrsf bocomo oIIgIbIo
for hosµIfnI Insurnnco (Inrf A),
you hnvo n sovon-monfh µorIod In
whIch fo sIgn uµ for modIcnI Insur-
nnco (Inrf I). Affor fhnf, you mny
hnvo fo µny n hIghor µromIum
unIoss you woro covorod fhrough
your curronf omµIoyor's grouµ
honIfh µInn or n grouµ honIfh µInn
bnsod on n sµouso's curronf om-
µIoymonf. You nro gIvon nnofhor
oµµorfunIfy fo onroII In Inrf I
durIng fho gonornI onroIImonf µo-
rIod, from Jnnunry l fo Mnrch 3l
of onch yonr. Iuf onch l2-monfh
µorIod fhnf you nro oIIgIbIo for
ModIcnro Inrf I nnd do nof sIgn
uµ, fho nmounf of your monfhIy
µromIum Incronsos by l0 µorconf.
Thoro nro sµocInI sIfunfIons In
whIch you cnn nµµIy for ModIcnro
Inrf I oufsIdo fho gonornI onro-
monf µorIod. Ior oxnmµIo, you
shouId confncf SocInI SocurIfy
nbouf nµµIyIng for ModIcnro If:
:you nro n dIsnbIod wIdow or
wIdowor bofwoon ngo 50 nnd ngo
65, buf hnvo nof nµµIIod for dIs-
nbIIIfy bonofIfs bocnuso you nro nI-
rondy goffIng nnofhor kInd of So-
cInI SocurIfy bonofIf;
:you workod Iong onough In n
govornmonf job whoro ModIcnro
fnxos woro µnId nnd you moof fho
roquIromonfs of fho SocInI Socu-
rIfy dIsnbIIIfy µrogrnm nnd bo-
cnmo dIsnbIod boforo ngo 65;
you, your sµouso, or your doµond-
onf chIId hns µormnnonf kIdnoy
fnIIuro;
:you hnd ModIcnro modIcnI In-
surnnco (Inrf I) In fho µnsf buf
droµµod fho covorngo; or
:you furnod down ModIcnro
modIcnI Insurnnco (Inrf I) whon
you bocnmo onfIfIod fo hosµIfnI In-
surnnco (Inrf A).
You cnn Ionrn moro nbouf
ModIcnro by rondIng our oIocfronIc
bookIof, ModIcnro nf www.socInIso-
curIfy.gov/µubs/l0043.hfmI. Or
vIsIf fho ModIcnro wobsIfo nf
www.modIcnro.gov.
You mny nIso cnII ModIcnro nf l-
800-MIÐICA!I (l-800-633-422?;
TTY l-8??-486-2048).
Knfhy Ioforson Is n µubIIc nf-
fnIrs sµocInIIsf for SocInI SocurIfy,
Ðonvor !ogIon. You cnn wrIfo hor
c/o SocInI SocurIfy AdmInIsfrnfIon,
605 MnIn, SuIfo 20l, !nµId CIfy,
SÐ, 5??0l or vIn omnII nf knfhy.
µoforson¸ssn.gov.
îst|s| îstst|l¡ Nsos
MedIcuve Puvt B deud!Ine uppvoucLIng
Deudline io Murch 23
Soufh Ðnkofn VoIcos for ChII-
dron Is sookIng cnndIdnfos from
ncross fho sfnfo for Ifs Youfh AdvI-
sory CouncII. Thoso foon voIun-
foors roµrosonf fho dIvorsIfy of fho
Soufh Ðnkofn urbnn, rurnI nnd
rosorvnfIon communIfIos nnd µub-
IIc, µrIvnfo nnd homo schooIod.
Youfh ndvIsory councII mombors,
who musf bo onforIng fho 9fh, l0fh
or llfh grndo In fnII 20l2, gonor-
nIIy sorvo fhrough fhoIr sonIor
yonr.
CouncII mombors offor InsIghf
nbouf young µooµIo`s vIowµoInfs,
nssIsf In dovoIoµIng VoIcos` µoIIcy
ngondn, nnd ndvocnfo on bohnIf of
chIIdron. In nddIfIon, fhoy µnrfIcI-
µnfo In ncfIvIfIos fo µromofo µosI-
fIvo µoIIcy chnngo.
Mombors of fho Youfh AdvIsory
CouncII nffond n fwo-dny Juno ro-
fronf In IIorro nnd como fogofhor
S. Dak. Voices for Children invites
Youth Advisory Council applications
for fhroo nddIfIonnI qunrforIy
moofIngs. TrnvoI sfIµonds nro µro-
vIdod by Soufh Ðnkofn VoIcos for
ChIIdron.
AµµIIcnfIon forms nro nvnIInbIo
nf www.sdvoIcosforchIIdron.org, by
omnIIIng offIco¸sdvoIcosforchII-
dron.org or by cnIIIng Soufh
Ðnkofn VoIcos for ChIIdron nf 605
36?-966?. QuosfIons mny bo dI-
rocfod fo Iofsy !Ico, communIcn-
fIons sµocInIIsf, nf fhnf numbor.
AµµIIcnfIons musf bo µosf-
mnrkod or doIIvorod by Mnrch 23
fo fho offIco of Soufh Ðnkofn
VoIcos for ChIIdron, 808 Þ. Wosf
Avonuo, Iox 2l96, SIoux InIIs, SÐ
5?l0l-2l96. TyµowrIffon nµµIIcn-
fIons mny bo fnxod fo 605 335-
3836.
Tho mIssIon of Soufh Ðnkofn
VoIcos for ChIIdron Is fo Imµrovo
fho IIvos of chIIdron fhrough µoIIcy
nnd µrogrnm ndvocncy.
Tho Ionrd of ÐIrocfors for fho
Soufh Ðnkofn IducnfIon AssocIn-
fIon (SÐIA) hns vofod fo suµµorf
fho roforrnI of HI l234 fo fho vof-
ors In Þovombor 20l2. SÐIA Iros-
Idonf Snndy ArsononuIf snId fho
docIsIon Is bnsod on concorns by
oducnfors fhnf fhoso mnjor
chnngos fo oducnfIon µoIIcy In
Soufh Ðnkofn woro rushod
fhrough fho IogIsInfIvo µrocoss nnd
wIII do IIffIo fo hoIµ sfudonfs. Sho
wonf on fo sny fho gonI of fho
SDEA Board of Directors votes to refer HB 1234
SÐIA Ionrd Is fo confInuo fhIs Im-
µorfnnf convorsnfIon wIfh fho vof-
ors nnd Iof fhom docIdo fho bIII`s
fnfo nf fho bnIIof box.
¨Soufh Ðnkofn oducnfors nro
dooµIy commIffod fo fho succoss of
ovory chIId nnd our oducnfIon
ngondn µufs sfudonfs nf fho confor
of nny roform µroµosnI. Howovor,
HI l234 Ignoros fhnf nood nnd
cronfos n buronucrncy of ono-sIzo
fIfs nII mnndnfos whIch uIfImnfoIy
forcos moro hIgh sfnkos fosfIng on
sfudonfs,¨ snId ArsononuIf. ¨Thoro
Is no ovIdonco fhnf HI l234 wIII
hnvo n µosIfIvo Imµncf on sfudonf
nchIovomonf In Soufh Ðnkofn nnd
wo fhInk fho µooµIo of Soufh
Ðnkofn wIII ngroo fhnf fhIs IogIsIn-
fIon fnkos µubIIc oducnfIon In fho
wrong dIrocfIon.¨
IofIfIonors musf coIIocf l5,855
vnIId sIgnnfuros by Juno l8, 20l2
In ordor for fho roforrnI fo go on
fho Þovombor 20l2 InIIof. Any cIf-
Izon cnn rofor IogIsInfIon fhnf Is
µnssod by fho Sfnfo !ogIsInfuro.
Tho µofIfIonors hnvo 90 dnys from
fho offIcInI cIoso of fho !ogIsInfIvo
SossIon fo gnfhor fho sIgnnfuros.
¨Tho foodbnck wo hnvo rocoIvod
from oducnfors nnd fho gonornI
µubIIc hns boon consIsfonf. IooµIo
from nII wnIks of IIfo do nof boIIovo
fhIs µoIIcy Is good for sfudonfs nnd
fhoy wnnf fho chnnco fo voIco fhoIr
oµInIon nf fho bnIIof box In Þovom-
bor,¨ snId ArsononuIf. ¨Wo Iook for-
wnrd fo n honIfhy dobnfo on fho Is-
suos nnd wo hoµo fhnf ns wo work
fhrough fhIs µrocoss ovoryono wIII
sfny focusod on whnf Is bosf for
kIds.¨
SÐIA Is Soufh Ðnkofn`s Inrgosf
oducnfIon µrofossIonnIs` orgnnIzn-
fIon, roµrosonfIng moro fhnn ?,000
oIomonfnry nnd socondnry fonch-
ors, hIghor oducnfIon fncuIfy, odu-
cnfIon suµµorf µrofossIonnIs, ro-
fIrod oducnfors nnd sfudonfs
µroµnrIng fo bocomo fonchors.
-SB6?: An Acf fo µrovIdo µrovI-
sIons fhnf nII documonfs fIIod wIfh
nnd mnInfnInod by fho OffIco of
fho Socrofnry of Sfnfo mny bo fIIod
oIocfronIcnIIy.
-SB6B: An Acf fo µrovIdo fhnf
no sfnfufo of IImIfnfIons nµµIIos fo
corfnIn rnµo offonsos.
-SB69: An Acf fo roµonI fho
sunsof µrovIsIon on corfnIn
sfnfufos roInfIng fo nursIng homos
on IndInn rosorvnfIons.
-SB?0: An Acf fo rovIso fho µro-
coduros for fIIIng roforrod Inws, InI-
fInfod consfIfufIonnI nmondmonfs,
nnd InIfInfod monsuros nnd fo ro-
vIso corfnIn oIocfIon µrovIsIons nnd
cnmµnIgn fInnnco roquIromonfs for
roforrod Inws, InIfInfod consfIfu-
fIonnI nmondmonfs, nnd InIfInfod
monsuros.
-SB?1: An Acf fo modIfy fho ro-
quIromonfs roInfIng fo fho µubIIcn-
fIon of fho ndmInIsfrnfIvo ruIos.
-SB?3: An Acf fo roµonI fho µro-
vIsIons rognrdIng fho nssossmonf
of ronI µroµorfy Iocnfod In n fIood-
µInIn.
-SB?B: An Acf fo nIIow nn nr-
rosf fo bo oxµungod whon fho crIm-
InnI cnso Is dIsmIssod.
-SBB1: An Acf fo µrovIdo for n
sµocInI IIconso µInfo for corfnIn
µorsons on ncfIvo dufy In fho mIII-
fnry.
-SBB2: An Acf fo rovIso corfnIn
µrovIsIons rognrdIng fho un-
cInImod µroµorfy frusf fund.
-SBB3: An Acf fo rovIso corfnIn
µrovIsIons roInfIng fo wnfor dovoI-
oµmonf dIsfrIcfs.
-SBB4: An Acf fo nIIow for fho
roImbursomonf of frnvoI oxµonsos
durIng fho rocruIfmonf of corfnIn
µrofossIonnI sfnff.
-SBB?: An Acf fo nIIow mIIIfnry
sµousos fo rocoIvo unomµIoymonf
comµonsnfIon If fhoy Ionvo fhoIr
jobs duo fo n sµouso's mIIIfnry
frnnsfor.
-SB90: An Acf fo osfnbIIsh n foo
for µnymonfs rofurnod fo fho Of-
fIco of fho Socrofnry of Sfnfo duo fo
InsuffIcIonf funds nnd fo µrovIdo
for fho dIsfrIbufIon of fho foo.
-SB93: An Acf fo µrovIdo for fho
wIfhdrnwnI of roforrod monsuros
In corfnIn cIrcumsfnncos.
-SB100: An Acf fo modIfy fho
ofhnnoI µroducfIon InconfIvo µny-
monf fo IncIudo qunIIfIod µroduc-
ors of bIobufnnoI.
-SB103: An Acf fo rovIso fho
µrocoduro for cooµornfIvos gIvIng
nofIco fo µorsons whoso rocords
nro mIssIng rognrdIng ownorshIµ
of socurIfIos, nµµorfIonmonf of oq-
uIfy Inforosf, monoy, or µroµorfy.
-SB104: An Acf fo rovIso corfnIn
µrovIsIons concornIng fho Invosf-
monf of µubIIc funds.
-SB10B: An Acf fo rovIso fho
mnxImum bof IImIf for Ðondwood
gnmIng.
-SB111: An Acf fo rovIso fho
mInIng µormIf foos.
-SB112: An Acf fo romovo fho
IImIfnfIon on fho numbor of rofnII
gnmIng IIconsos In Ðondwood In
whIch n µorson mny hnvo n fInnn-
cInI Inforosf.
-SB113: An Acf fo µrovIdo for
sµocInI mofor vohIcIo IIconso µInfos
for rocIµIonfs of fho SIIvor Sfnr
ModnI, ÐIsfInguIshod SorvIco
Cross, Þnvy Cross, AIr Iorco
Cross, ÐIsfInguIshod IIyIng Cross,
Ironzo Sfnr ModnI WIfh VnIor Ðo-
vIco, or fho Ironzo ModnI Sfnr.
-SB115: An Acf fo ImµIomonf
fho roguInfIon of Insurnnco covor-
ngo for µorfnbIo oIocfronIc dovIcos.
-SB116: An Acf fo rovIso corfnIn
µrovIsIons roInfIng fo fho fownshIµ
rond sysfom.
-SB12B: An Acf fo rovIso corfnIn
µrovIsIons concornIng oIocfIons.
-SB13?: An Acf fo rovIso corfnIn
µrovIsIons concornIng fho nµµIIcn-
fIon for nbsonfoo vofIng.
-SB154: An Acf fo rovIso corfnIn
sfnfufos µorfnInIng fo µorsons ro-
quIrod fo roµorf chIId nbuso nnd
nogIocf.
-SB156: An Acf fo osfnbIIsh
sfrnnguInfIon ns ono oIomonf of
fho crImo of nggrnvnfod nssnuIf.
-SB16B: An Acf fo rovIso fho
forms nnd oxµIrnfIon dnfos of nµ-
µoInfoos fo corfnIn bonrds nnd
commIssIons.
-SB1?4: An Acf fo Incronso fho
9ll omorgoncy surchnrgo, fo ro-
vIso fho coIIocfIon nnd dIsfrIbufIon
of fho surchnrgo rovonuo, fo µro-
vIdo for µoInf of snIo coIIocfIon of
fho µroµnId wIroIoss 9ll omor-
goncy surchnrgo, nnd fo µrovIdo
fundIng for fho uµgrndo of 9ll
omorgoncy sorvIcos.
-SB1?6: An Acf fo osfnbIIsh n
µrogrnm fo nssIsf rurnI honIfh cnro
fncIIIfIos In rocruIfIng corfnIn
honIfh cnro µrofossIonnIs nnd fo ro-
µonI corfnIn µrovIsIons rognrdIng
rocruIfmonf InconfIvo µnymonfs
for honIfh cnro µrofossIonnIs.
-SB1??: An Acf fo osfnbIIsh n
µrogrnm fo nssIsf rurnI communI-
fIos fo rocruIf corfnIn honIfh cnro
µrofossIonnIs nnd fo roµonI corfnIn
µrovIsIons rognrdIng fho µhysI-
cInn, fho mIdIovoI, nnd fho donfIsf
fuIfIon roImbursomonf µrogrnms.
-SB1B6: An Acf fo uµdnfo fho
dofInIfIon of fho nonsocfnrInn foxf-
books fhnf nro Ionnod fo corfnIn
sfudonfs fo IncIudo dIgIfnI mnforI-
nIs.
-SB1BB: An Acf fo nufhorIzo fho
osfnbIIshmonf, oµornfIon, nnd con-
froI of rosonrch µnrks on Innds con-
froIIod by fho Ionrd of !ogonfs.
-SB191: An Acf fo µrovIdo for
nufhorIznfIon fo offor µosfsoc-
ondnry oducnfIon sorvIcos In Soufh
Ðnkofn.
-SB192: An Acf fo mnko nµµro-
µrInfIons for fho µurµoso of ono-
fImo Incronsos In oducnfIon nnd
honIfh-cnro fundIng.
-SB195: An Acf fo mnko nµµro-
µrInfIons from fho wnfor nnd onvI-
ronmonf fund, fho wnfor µoIIufIon
confroI rovoIvIng fund subfund,
nnd fho drInkIng wnfor rovoIvIng
fund subfund for vnrIous wnfor
nnd onvIronmonfnI µurµosos, fo ro-
vIso fho sfnfo wnfor µInn, fo nu-
fhorIzo fho consfrucfIon nnd osfnb-
IIsh fho sfnfo cosf shnro for fho
IoIIo Iourcho IrrIgnfIon uµgrndo
µrojocf, nnd fo docInro nn omor-
goncy.
-SB196: An Acf fo nIIow for fho
rodIsfrIbufIon of oxIsfIng nursIng
fncIIIfy bods.
Ior moro InformnfIon nbouf Iog-
IsInfIon, vIsIf IogIs.sfnfo.sd.us
Governor Daugaard
signs more biIIs continued
!uInnd Aronn !!C., hoId n roµ-
Ing on Mnrch, 4, 20l2.
RII!e vopIng: Iour - go-nrounds
- 36 confosfnnfs.
:Co uinnero: Tuckor Mc-
ÐnnIoI/Cy ChrIsfonson - 6.l0.
:Rifle uinner nnd fIrsf µInco -
ÐovIn McCrnfh - 38.?8 on four
hond; Socond - Tuckor McÐnnIoI -
43.04 on four hond; ThIrd - Jndo
ÞoIson - 2?.2? on fhroo hond;
Iourfh - Tuckor McÐnnIoI - 33.?2
on fhroo hond; IIffh - MIko ÞoIson
- 34.55 on fhroo hond; SIxfh - Jndo
ÞoIson - l5.l5 on fwo hond nnd
Sovonfh - Sfovo McÐnnIoI - l?.44
on fwo hond.
IncentIve dvuwpot: ?6 fonms.
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!nno TIbbs/Irooko ÞoIson - 30.l8;
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- 3l.0l nnd SIxfh - Jnko
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fon Cood - 3l.34; Iourfh - Cordon
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hond nnd IIffh - Hnnnn Hosfuf-
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279-2175 · Wall, SD
balancing three virtues: do good
and not harm, use honest science,
and respect choice. OK, it can be
more complicated than that, but
the basics of balancing those three
truly helps me as difficult cases
walk into my office, or roll into the
emergency room. It demands a
balance, with not one of these
golden virtues taking precedence.
Of course a more restrictive
safety belt law in South Dakota
would diminish freedom of choice,
and I imagine that is why our leg-
islators have not made the law.
But as in medical ethics, they need
to balance the virtues, balance the
gains with the losses.
My experience working in the
emergency room brings me to
think of all the head trauma that
would be prevented by a primary
safety belt law in this state.
Indeed, a seat belt would have
saved my sister’s life.
Dr. Rick Holm wrote this edito-
rial for “On Call®,” a weekly pro-
gram where medical professionals
discuss health concerns for the
general public. “On Call®” is pro-
duced by the Healing Words Foun-
dation in association with the
South Dakota State University
Journalism Department. “On
Call®” airs Thursdays on South
Dakota Public Broadcasting-Tele-
vision at 7 p.m. Central, 6 p.m.
Mountain.
By Richard P. Holm
MD
Just after her 19th birthday, my
sister was killed in an auto acci-
dent resulting in head trauma. No
one wore seat belts in those days.
Since then, society and the auto
industry realized how many peo-
ple suffered after being thrown
head first into a windshield and
consequently developed safety
belts and airbags for every car. We
know that they reduce the number
of serious traffic injuries by 50 per-
cent and fatalities by 60-70 per-
cent. Of course that’s not 100 per-
cent and you always hear of the
exceptions, but there is no ques-
tion, safety belts greatly improve
the odds.
The problem has been with get-
ting people to buckle-up. Hearing
all the statistics, why would peo-
ple not wear their safety belts?
Perhaps it is because belts are
thought to be an imposition, a
bother, a restriction of freedom.
It is interesting to note that
Wyoming and South Dakota are
the states that have the lowest use
of safety belts in the country in the
70 percent range. The top states
are all in the 98 percent range,
and the experts say this is because
of more restrictive laws in those
states where vehicles can be
pulled over solely for riders not
wearing safety belts. This is called
a primary seat belt law. In South
Dakota officers can only ticket
adults for no seatbelts when there
is another broken law.
Look at this in a different light.
In medical ethics it comes down to
On Safety Belts and Freedom of Choice
ALL types!

Backhoe
Trenching
Directional
Boring
Tire Tanks
Located in
Kadoka, SD
Home: (605) 837-2945
Cell: (605) 381-5568
Excavation work of
My senior project
“Quilting for Children's Cancer.” Alyssa Ermish quilted a blanket
made out of two x four blocks. She kept building on the blocks
until they became a strip. Ermish held a silent action for the
quilt with the proceeds going to St. Jude’s Children's Hospital.
She is planning to attend UNL to major in Pre-Medicine and then
attend Stanford to major in Sports medicine.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
“Operation tack room.” Rolly Fortune drew up plans to trans-
form an old horse trailer that his dad had. His plans also in-
cluded a swing out saddle rack. Fortune and his sister spend a
lot of time rodeoing. He did say that they toughest part of the
build was making sure the doors and windows were airtight. For-
tune is undecided on which college he will be attending but is
planning to major in Pre-Vet medicine.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
“Trash to Treasure.” John Luke McGriff turned an old refrigera-
tor into a smoker. His first culinary meal was beef hot dogs
which were good but he said he still has to make a few minor
adjustments to his smoker. McGriff will be attending Chadron to
major in Business Management. He wants to one day own his
cattle herd and become a stock contractor.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
“Learning the Guitar.” Jess Williams always wanted to learn to
play the guitar so he decided to follow in the footsteps of Jimi
Hendrix. Williams ordered a series of Online books which in-
cluded an Online mentor. So far he had completed 45 hours of
the 100 hour course plan and was singing and playing for all the
young ladies at school. Williams plans to attend SDSU or USD to
become an ER Nurse. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
ST. PATBICK¹S PABTY
Saturday, Marcb 17tb
Wall Celebration Committee presents.
Korooke wi1h Col1 45
The funs begins at 6 p.m. · Wall Community Center
Tickets: $5 (Available in advance at Ann's Motel & BHFCU)
Ticket will get you first plate & drink
· B¡ago & S¡leat Auct¡oa ·
Auction Items: · Scentsy Basket · 2 Buttons to Celebration Dance ·
· Fishing Trip with Wayne & Gwen Davis · Cash · and Many More ·
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: IIngo sfnrfs nf 6:30 µ.m.
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GFP commission sets
pheasant, archery, firearms
and other hunting seasons
The South Dakota Game, Fish
and Parks Commission has estab-
lished 2012 hunting season dates,
including those for pheasants.
Pheasant Season will open Oct.
20 and run through Jan. 6. Shoot-
ing hours will be noon through sun-
set the first week of the season, and
beginning Oct. 27 will be 10 a.m. to
sunset. The bag limit will be three
roosters daily, with a maximum
possession limit of 15.
The Youth Pheasant season will
run from Oct. 6-10. The Resident-
Only Pheasant season will run
from Oct. 13-15.
Other hunting season dates for
2012:
•Grouse – Sept. 15 through Jan.
6
•Doves – Sept. 1 through Nov. 9
•Partridge – Sept. 15 through
Jan. 6
•Quail – Oct. 20 through Jan. 6
•Sandhill Crane – Sept. 22
through Nov. 18
•Snipe – Sept. 1 through Oct. 31
•Crow – Sept. 1 through Oct. 31;
and Mar. 1 through Apr. 30, 2013
•Squirrel – Sept. 1 through Feb.
28
•Cottontail Rabbit – Sept. 1
through Feb. 28
•Fall Turkey – Oct. 1 through
Jan. 31
•Archery Antelope – Aug. 18
through Sept. 28 and Oct. 15-31
•Firearms Antelope – Sept. 29
through Oct. 14
•Archery Deer – Sept. 22
through Jan. 15
•Muzzleloader Deer – Dec. 1
through Jan. 15
•Youth Deer – Sept. 8 through
Jan. 15
•Black Hills Deer – Nov. 1-30
•West River Deer – Nov. 10-25
•East River Deer – Nov. 17
through Dec. 2
Dates and rules will be pub-
lished in the 2012 Hunting and
Trapping Handbook that will be
available in early September.
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Wo11 Neus
Go/lereJ I, Ironcee Poe/e
Ðonny nnd Knron CnrmIchnoI of
IrookIngs, nro µroud grnndµnr-
onfs of n bnby gIrI born Mnrch 6fh
fo TIm nnd !onI Jnno !nndsmnn of
SIoux InIIs. !ognn MnrIo woIghod
In nf 5 Ibs. 9 oz. nnd wns l9 l/2
Inchos Iong. Sho hns gronf uncIos
nnd nunfs horo In WnII Ðnvo
nnd ArIn OIson, MorIIn nnd Mnry
Jnno ÐoyIo nnd Irondn
CnrmIchnoI. CongrnfuInfIons!
CongrnfuInfIons fo fho WnII In-
gIos Ioys` InskofbnII fonm for wIn-
nIng fho ÐIsfrIcf ChnmµIonshIµ
gnmo. Wny fo go!
Mnrk your cnIondnrs ns fho WnII
IInyors nro doIng n musIcnI mur-
dor mysfory on Mnrch 23rd nnd
Mnrch 24fh.
HnroId nnd ÞyIIn Sovorson of
!nµId CIfy, buf formorIy of fhIs
nron, nro coIobrnfIng fhoIr 60fh
woddIng nnnIvorsnry on Mnrch
l5fh. Our congrnfuInfIons go ouf
fo fhom.
¨Thomo¨ monI wns nf IrnIrIo
VIIIngo on fho 8fh. If wns n bonufI-
fuI dny nnd nII fho fnbIos woro fuII.
Wo couId nIwnys sof uµ oxfrn onos
fhough!
Mofn Ðnbnoy (sIsfor of !oIIn
Joyco of Cusfor; sIsfor-In-Inw of
Irnncos Iosfo) Is n rosIdonf In nn
nssIsfod IIvIng fncIIIfy In !ns
Vogns !ogoncy InIms. Sho wns
soIocfod ns ¨rosIdonf of fho monfh¨
for Mnrch. Sho sonf n cIIµµIng ouf
of fhoIr monfhIy nows Ioffor n
nIco wrIfo uµ nnd µIcfuro of hor. If
dIdn`f sny In fho µnµor buf sho snId
sho gof n $50 gIff corfIfIcnfo. Con-
grnfuInfIons, Mofn!
In fho Cnnyon !nko SonIor CIfI-
zon Þows (Mnrch, 20l2) IIsfod
undor ¨fhoso III or In fho hosµIfnI¨
wns OrIIn WInkowIfsch`s nnmo.
CouIdn`f ronch fhom whon I cnIIod
buf honr ho hnd fnIIon nnd wns
fooIIng rough for n wook, or so, buf
Is goffIng nIong quIfo woII nof.
HonI quIckIy, OrIIn.
!nsf Tuosdny, Mnry Irz joInod
IIIoon IInff, Mnry Kjorsfnd nnd
IvoIyn Kjorsfnd for brIdgo nf fho
nµnrfmonf buIIdIng on Shnvor
Sfroof.
On Wodnosdny, fho ?fh, MnxIno
SmIfh nnd Irnncos Iosfo woro In
!nµId CIfy nnd mof fhoIr nIoco,
IonnIo MIIIor of Hormosn, for
Iunch.
Ðonnn JodIIckn wonf fo !nµId
CIfy on Thursdny. Sho snw hor
grnnddnughfor, HnIoy JodIIckn,
µorform wIfh hor dnncIng fonm nf
hnIf-fImo nf n bnskofbnII gnmo nf
fho Soufh MIddIo SchooI fhnf
ovonIng. Ðonnn cnmo bnck fo WnII
on IrIdny mornIng.
MIchoIIo !nmµhoro of !nµId
CIfy cnmo down fo WnII on Snfur-
dny fo nffond fho QuIIf Innquof
wIfh Irnncos Iosfo.
Tho ¨IndInnds QuIIfors¨ woro
vory busy fhIs µnsf wookond whon
fhoy hosfod n ¨gof-nwny¨ for quII-
fors. Thoro woro cInssos; n dossorf
fnsfor nnd n frunk show by !onoo
Soronson on IrIdny ovonIng nnd n
bnnquof on Snfurdny ovonIng foI-
Iowod by n frunk show by KoIIy
WhIfnkor nII fun ovonfs. AIIco
MoffIor wns fho nnmo drnwn fo bo
fho Iucky wInnor of fho quIIf fho
cIub hnd mndo fo bo rnffIod off.
CongrnfuInfIons fo hor!
Knfhy nnd HnIoy JodIIckn of
!nµId CIfy, joInod Ðonnn fo nffond
fho QuIIf Innquof.
!ucIIIo Huofhor wonf fo InforIor
on Sundny whoro sho joInod ofhors
In fho fnmIIy fo hoIµ Wnyno coIo-
brnfo hIs bIrfhdny. IoInfod bIrfh-
dny groofIngs, Wnyno!
On Mondny ovonIng nf fho
schooI, fho IIA hnd n suµµor nnd
n ¨µooµIo¨ nucfIon. Thoy nIso nuc-
fIonod µIos ns n fundrnIsor for !Ifn
IyorIy. !Ifn Is In fho IhIIIµ HosµI-
fnI.
Tho MofhodIsf Church hns boon
hnvIng souµ suµµors on Wodnos-
dny ovonIng durIng !onf, µrIor fo
n ¨vIdoo¨ sfudy.
Ton mombors woro In nffon-
dnnco nf fho ¨Insy !ondors¨ Iook
CIub moofIng on Mondny ovonIng
nf MnboI Hnmmorsfrom`s homo.
Snndy IoIIor wns co-hosfoss. An
IrIsh fhomo wns cnrrIod ouf for n
suµµor of !oubon snndwIchos, µIs-
fnchIo snInd nnd chocoInfo cnko.
ÐoIIcIous!
Tho ¨Two IIf¨ bnr Is boIng ro-
buIIf In QuInn. WIfh fho wonfhor
cooµornfIng, If Is fnkIng shnµo
quIckIy.
HumIdIfy Is Iow nnd fIro dnngor
hIgh. Iroquonf wIndy condIfIons
do nof hoIµ fho sIfunfIon. !nsf
wook, nffor Wodnosdny, nII fom-
µornfuros hnvo boon nbovo normnI
wIfh no moIsfuro. Iorocnsf Iooks
for moro of fho snmo.
formor coworkor nnd fnrmor,
JImmy Thomµson, who Is now fho
foromnn fhoro. IrIdny, !nwronco
wns vIsIfod by fho IIm SµrIngs
SchooI kIds fo rocIfo fhoIr OrnfIon
sµoochos. IrIdny nIghf, Joo nnd
AusfIn Trnsk vIsIfod brIngIng
µIzzn nnd µoµ nnd fo wnfch n IIffIo
of fho Sfnfo I gIrIs bnskofbnII
fournnmonf. Snfurdny, !nwronco
nffondod fho bIrfhdny bnsh nf fho
SµnnIsh 5. Sundny, !nwronco hnd
Iunch In WnII nnd wonf fo fho gun
show In IhIIIµ.
IroddIo Iorguson nffondod fho
'l20fh` combInod bIrfhdny µnrfy of
JIm SmIfh nnd Inf Trnsk, Snfur-
dny nIghf.
ConnIo MIckoIson wns n vIsIfor
nf fho !nrry nnd Ioggy Crnvnff's
Mondny nffornoon. !nrry nnd
Ioggy fook n IIffIo bronk boforo
cnIvIng sfnrfs nnd wonf uµ fo
Ðondwood on Tuosdny, comIng
homo on Wodnosdny. Ioggy sµonf
Snfurdny wIfh Irnd IookbIndor In
!nµId CIfy whIIo ho wns chockIng
ouf hIs now dIgs. Thoy hnd Iunch,
fhon Irnd hondod bnck fo SIoux
InIIs. Snfurdny nIghf, fhoy wonf
down fo fho Trnsk's for fho bIg
bIrfhdny coIobrnfIon. Ioggy fnIkod
fo Ðorn Mno Jonson, formorIy of
WnII nnd now IIvIng In CA. Sho
hns goffon soffIod ouf fhoro nnd Is
ronIIy onjoyIng sµondIng fImo wIfh
hor kIds, grnndkIds, nnd gronf-
grnndkIds. Sho Is sfIII mIssod ouf
horo fhough.
John nnd Jonn !Inn woro IrIdny
dInnor guosfs nf fho WIIsoy homo
In !nµId CIfy. Thoy nffondod fho
bIrfhdny µnrfy nf Inf`s on Snfur-
dny nIghf. John nnd Jonn hosfod
fho fownshIµ moofIng Thursdny
ovonIng.
ShIrrIso !Inn mof fho Cnsoy nnd
TIff Knuµµos nnd MoIIsn Iyrno for
Iunch IrIdny whIIo MorrIs hnd
Iunch µInns wIfh Cono IIufh fho
snmo dny. ShIrrIso nffondod n
sfnmµ moofIng nf Iog IroInnd's,
IrIdny nffornoon. MorrIs, ShIrrIso,
nnd Knssnndrn !Inn woro suµµor
guosfs nf fho !ynn nnd ChrIssy
IIshoro's IrIdny nIghf. Tho !Inn's
nffondod fho bIrfhdny bnsh nf
Trnsk's Snfurdny nIghf. ShIrrIso's
houso wns busy Sundny wIfh n
sfnmµ µnrfy In fho nffornoon.
Coffoo guosfs nf fho Cnry nnd
Inm TInos rosIdonfs fhIs wook
woro CIydo nnd Chnso Arnoson.
IhIIIµ nnd Konny WIIson woro IrI-
dny nffornoon guosfs. Konny !urz
wns ouf fo InsfnII n now fhrono nnd
vIsIf wIfh Cnry whIIo ho Is sfuck In
hIs rocIInor. Coby, Amnndn nnd
Jnxson TInos vIsIfod Tuosdny nnd
Wodnosdny. John Knochf vIsIfod
from CIIIoffo, WY on Snfurdny nnd
wns nn ovornIghf guosf. John
TInos wns n Sundny vIsIfor. JW
Wrnchford wns n summonod guosf
on Sundny fo hoIµ John omµfy fho
burnIng bnrroIs. Tho TInos' mndo
ono frIµ fo !nµId CIfy on Thursdny
fo gof Cnry's sfnµIos ouf. Monfo,
!onI, !ncoy nnd !ndIoy !oIchorf
woro Snfurdny nIghf vIsIfors.
Tom, Mnrk, TomIIyn Trnsk nnd
KrIsfon IInk nrrIvod homo IrIdny
mornIng from fhoIr hog hunfIng
frIµ fo CoorgIn. AIong wIfh n
bunch of Inundry nnd µork monf,
fhoy broughf n now µuµµy - Þowf!!
Sundny vIsIfors nf Tom nnd ShoIIn
Trnsk's woro fho wnywnrd fhroo-
somo: IrvIn Jonos, JIm Snndsfrom
nnd IIoron InIzono from IhIIIµ.
Thoy snId fhoy cnmo fo chock on
fho WIId KIngdom buf ncfunIIy
fhoy woro µrobnbIy nvoIdIng fhoIr
wIvos "honoy do" IIsf! ShoIIn,
Commn, MnrIn, nnd CoIIno Trnsk
woro Thursdny ovonIng vIsIfors of
Iocky Iruch's nnd hnd Mnry Kny
fncInIs.
JIm nnd CnroIIno WIIsoy wonf fo
IIorro, Thursdny. IrIdny fhoy
wonf fo !nµId CIfy for n docfor nµ-
µoInfmonf. Snfurdny, fhoy wonf fo
WnII fo hoIµ Iunny InII work on
fhoIr bnrn.
TyIor WIIson nnd kIds woro
homo ovor fho wookond nnd KoIII
wns bnck from Chndron, ÞI.
Konny nnd IhIIIµ vIsIfod Cnry
TInos on IrIdny.
IIm SµrIngs SchooI Þows: Tho
CIvIc OrnfIon Confosf wIII bo Tuos-
dny, Mnrch 20 nf fho !nIon Confor
InµfIsf Church sfnrfIng nf 9:00.
Thnf snmo nffornoon, fho µubIIc Is
InvIfod fo fho MIko SfockIIn Moun-
fnIn Mnn IrosonfnfIon In fho CM-
CCCnf nround l:00.
SuIni//eJ I, Slirriee Linn
Tho bIg ovonf In fho IIm
SµrIngs CommunIfy fhIs wook wns
fho 'surµrIso' 60fh coIInbornfod
bIrfhdny µnrfy of Inf Trnsk, JIm
SmIfh, nnd Iob Adnms (from
!nµId CIfy) Snfurdny ovonIng. Tho
SµnnIsh 5 shoµ wns busfIng wIfh
µooµIo nnd moro food fhnn fho
shoµ bonch couId hoId. Moro nnd
moro fnbIos hnd fo bo sof uµ jusf fo
nccommodnfo nII fho gronf food
comIng fhrough fho door. Tho
ovonIng wns comµIofo wIfh
grIIIIng, nµµIo bobbIng, µIn fho fnII
on fho donkoy, nnd n donuf on n
sfrIng confosf orgnnIzod vory woII
by ÞIck, Sfoµh, nnd JuIIo. Ivory-
ono of nII ngos µnrfIcIµnfod, somo
hosIfnnf, buf nII In good fun.
MoI nnd Ðorofhy Andorson koµf
nµµoInfmonfs In !nµId CIfy, Mon-
dny nnd Thursdny. Thoy hosfod
fhoIr TownshIµ MoofIng on Tuos-
dny. Joo Trnsk sfoµµod for n shorf
vIsIf on Wodnosdny. TnyIor Andor-
son of WIIIIsfon, ÞÐ, vIsIfod Snfur-
dny nffornoon. MoI nnd Ðorofhy
onjoyod fho 60fh bIrfhdny bnsh for
Inf Trnsk, JIm SmIfh nnd Iob
Adnms on Snfurdny nIghf. Iunny
InII nnd hor gIrIs sfoµµod for n
vIsIf nffor church Sundny.
CIydo Arnoson hoIµod fho !Inn's
vnccInnfo Thursdny boforo nffond-
Ing fho fownshIµ moofIng nf John
nnd Jonn's, Thursdny nIghf. CIydo
nffondod fho Inf Trnsk bIrfhdny
bnsh Snfurdny nIghf nnd gof In on
fho donuf onfIng confosf.
!nwronco Iurko rodo wIfh
CIydo fo n fnrm snIo In ÞowoII,
Mondny. Thursdny ho wonf fo
WnII for Iunch nf fho IrnIrIo VII-
Ingo nnd vIsIfod !ussoI IurmoIs-
for. Ho sfoµµod nf Iofo !oIn nnd
Sons soufh of Wnsfn fo vIsIf wIfh
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TrnvoIIng fo fho whnf wns
fwoIvo yonrs ngo, smnII fown of
MnrIcoµn, wo µnss ncros nnd ncros
of coffon fIoIds fhnf woro hnr-
vosfod In Jnnunry, IIkowIso ornngo
grovos. Tho Innd Is now boIng µro-
µnrod for sfrnwborrIos nnd soon
fhoro wIII bo moIons µInnfod.
If Is nmnzIng fo soo such nrId
Innd bIossom nnd grow wIfh fho
nddIfIon of wnfor vIn IrrIgnfIon
sysfoms.
To fho onsf of us nnd boyond
Cnsn Crnndo, µocnn orchnrds sfIII
fIourIsh. Mnny of fhoso orchnrds
nnd cIfrus grovos hnvo boon cuf
down fo nccommodnfo fho Inrgo In-
fIux of µooµIo comIng fo fhIs nron
fo IIvo.
Tho wIIdfIowor bIoomIng sonson
wns µroffy much ovor by fho fImo
wo nrrIvod, buf fhoro nro somo
dosorf shrubs fhnf nro sµorfIng
fhoIr smnII brIghf yoIIow fIowors
fho croosofo bush. Tho hum-
mIngbIrds µnss uµ !Ioyd`s sµocInI
rod sugnr/wnfor mIx nnd µrofor
fhoso fIny yoIIow bIooms! Ofhor
shrubs In fhIs dosorf rogIon nro
mosquIfo, mnnznnIfn nnd Iron-
wood, mosf nII of whIch hnvo
µrIckIy fhIngs somowhoro!
Tho bnrroI cncfus Is In Ifs fruIf
sfngo now, wIfh If`s mInInfuro
µInonµµIo IookIng nnd wnxy fooI-
Ing fwo Inch hIgh fruIf nnd nf Ifs
foµ n brown drIod fIowor whoro fho
µInonµµIo wouId hnvo Ifs dnrk
groon Ionf bunch. Tho yuccn Is
bIoomIng ns woII nnd dIffors from
our yuccn In fhnf If hns n fnIIor
sfom or frunk or fwo wIfh shorfor
drooµIng sµInos goffIng Iongor ns
fho frunk grows In hoIghf. Ouf of
fho confor of fho frunk, fho fIowor
sfom grows nnd cnn bo uµ fo sov-
ornI foof hIgh wIfh cronmy whIfo
fIowors covorIng fho uµµor sfom
nnd rosombIIng n doIIcnfo µIumo
from n dIsfnnco. ThIs Is cnIIod
CInnf Yuccn.
I don`f know much nbouf cncfus,
buf I do know fhIs ono Imµorfnnf
fhIng fhnf somo hnvo fIny vory
shnrµ µoInfy fhIngs nnd somo hnvo
Iong vory shnrµ µoInfy fhIngs!
AII Is woII horo nnd I hoµo nII Is
woII fhoro.
Hnµµy frnIIs!
Wos1o Wonder1ngs
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Gravy, Dinner Rolls, Dessert
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Morcl 22, 2012.
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PO Box 41S, Woll, SD á7790
Pheasants Forever adds CRP
Iandowner workshop in Sioux FaIIs
A ConsorvnfIon !osorvo Iro-
grnm !nndownor Workshoµ hns
boon nddod fo nssIsf fho mnny
Inndownors In fho SIoux InIIs nron
nf ? µ.m. on Tuosdny, Mnrch 2?, nf
Tho Oufdoor Cnmµus. Tho sIgnuµ
µorIod, whIch runs Mnrch l2
fhrough AµrII 6, Is crucInI fo Soufh
Ðnkofn`s rIng-nockod µhonsnnf
µoµuInfIon.
¨!nndownors cnn Ionrn from
Ihonsnnfs Iorovor fnrm bIII bIoIo-
gIsfs how fo Imµrovo fho odds of
fhoIr Innds boIng nccoµfod In fho
comµofIfIvo C!I gonornI sIgnuµ
43,¨ snys Andy Cnbborf, hnbIfnf bI-
oIogIsf wIfh fho Ðoµnrfmonf of
Cnmo, IIsh nnd Inrks. ¨Consorv-
Ing mnrgInnI Innds fhrough C!I
cnn µrovo mufunIIy bonofIcInI for
wIIdIIfo nnd ngrIcuIfuro µroduc-
fIon.¨
Abundnnf C!I grnssInnd hnbI-
fnf In Soufh Ðnkofn hns hoIµod
mnInfnIn fho sfnfo`s sfnfus ns fho
nnfIon`s foµ µhonsnnf µroducIng
sfnfo, buf fho sfnfo hns Iosf moro
fhnn n qunrfor of Ifs C!I ncrongo
sInco 200?, from l.56 mIIIIon ncros
In 200? fo fho curronf IovoI of l.l
mIIIIon ncros. SubsoquonfIy, Soufh
Ðnkofn`s µhonsnnf µoµuInfIon hns
sfondIIy docIInod from 200?, whon
hunfors hnrvosfod nn osfImnfod 2.l
mIIIIon µhonsnnfs.
¨Soufh Ðnkofn µhonsnnfs nnd
ofhor wIIdIIfo nro In nood of n suc-
cossfuI C!I sIgnuµ, buf so nro
Inndownors,¨ snId Mnff MorIock, n
Ihonsnnfs Iorovor fnrm bIII bIoIo-
gIsf nf IrookIngs. ¨ThIs sIgnuµ
Isn`f nbouf µIffIng ngrIcuIfuro µro-
ducfIon nnd wIIdIIfo ngnInsf ono
nnofhor, buf workIng fogofhor for
fho bofformonf of n bnInncod Soufh
Ðnkofn Inndscnµo.¨
Cnmo IIsh nnd Inrks hnbIfnf bI-
oIogIsfs wIII nIso bo nvnIInbIo fo nn-
swor quosfIons rognrdIng hnbIfnf
mnnngomonf sfrnfogIos.
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2?9-2l58
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279-2168
WaII, SD
Hustead's
WaII
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Store
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sponsov on tLIs cLuvcL
dIvectovy.
Rusb FuneraI Home
Chapels in Philip, Wall & Kadoka
Jack, Gayle & D.J. Rush
www.rushfuneralhome.com
DowIing Community Church
Memorial Day through Labor Day
Service 10:00 a.m.
BadIands Cowboy Church
WaII Rodeo Grounds
Wednesdays, 7 p.m.
EvangeIicaI Free BibIe Church
WaII
Ron Burtz, Pastor
279-2867 · www.waIIfreechurch.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.
WaII United Methodist Church
Pastor Darwin Kopfmann · 279-2359
Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m.
Wasta
Services Sundays at 8:30 a.m.
New Underwood Community Church
Pastor Ed Wyatt
Sunday School 9 a.m.;
Adult & Children Service 10 a.m.;
Youth Fellowship: Wed. 7 - 8:30 p.m.
St. John's CathoIic Church
New Underwood
Father WiIIiam Zandri
Mass: Sundays at 11:00 a.m.;
Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. at
Good Samaritan Nursing Home;
Reconciliation before Sun. Mass
First EvangeIicaI Lutheran Church
WaII
Pastor Curtis GarIand
Sunday Service, 9 a.m.
EmmanueI Lutheran Church
Creighton
Services 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning.
St. Patrick's CathoIic Church · WaII
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
HoIy Rosary Church · Interior
Mass: Saturday 7 p.m. odd number months or
Sunday 10 a.m. even number months
by CorneIius R. Stam
All through the Old Testa-
ment the cross is but dimly
seen. Though a hundred
historical characters and a
hundred more Levitical sac-
rifices and rituals were typ-
ical of Christ and His fin-
ished work, not once does
the Old Testament state
this. The silence is pro-
found. The clearest Old
Testament prophecy of
Christ's death, Ìsaiah 53,
does not even specify who
the Sufferer would be.
Ìt was the same during
our Lord's stay on earth, for
only toward the close of His
ministry do we read: "From
that time forth began Jesus
to show unto His disciples
how that He must go unto
Jerusalem and suffer... and
be killed..." (Matt. 16:21).
And what was their re-
sponse? "Then Peter took
Him and began to rebuke
Him" (Ver. 22). Luke 18:34
states three times that they
did not have the slightest
idea that He would even
die, much less did they un-
derstand all that His death
would accomplish. Even at
Pentecost Peter blamed his
hearers for the death of
Christ and said to them: "re-
pent and be baptized every
one of you... for the remis-
sion of sins" (Acts 2:38).
The twelve were preaching
"the gospel of the kingdom"
and knew little about the
cross and its purpose.
Not until the Apostle Paul,
that other apostle, do we
have what is properly called
"the preaching of the
cross," i.e., as good news.
And in Paul's great mes-
sage our Lord is no longer
seen as the Victim, but as
the Victor, not merely after
death, or over death, but in
death. His death itself is
seen as His greatest tri-
umph. Ìn Heb. 10:12,14 we
read:
"...after He had offered
one sacrifice for sins [He]
sat down... for by one of-
fering He hath perfected
forever them that are
sanctified."
And in Col. 2:14,15 Paul
describes Christ at Calvary
nailing the Law to the cross
and utterly defeating Satan
and his hosts, "triumphing
over them in it (i.e., in the
cross)." Little wonder the
Apostle exclaimed:
"God forbid that I
shouId boast, save in the
cross of our Lord Jesus
Christ..." (GaI. 6:14).
GOOD NEWS FROM CALVARY
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PO Box 756
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www.bereanbiblesociety.org
ATTENTI0N:
2012 SENI0BS
& PABENTS
The Pennington County
Courant would like to use
a senior picture for the
graduation pages that will
run in May. You may drop
them off at the office
(212 4th Ave.),
mail them to PO Box 435,
Wall, SD or email to
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All pictures will be
returned.
Thank you, Anne Jo
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Baby Sbower
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(daughter of Todd & Jenny Curtis)
Saadaq, Æa-c0 25
1:00 p.m. · St. Patrick's Church, Wall
Whon fwo or moro µooµIo como
fogofhor fo nccomµIIsh n gonI or nn
objocfIvo, wo cnII fhnf fonmwork.
Thoro nro so mnny bonofIfs fhnf
como from fonmwork, I cnnnof hoIµ
buf gof oxcIfod whonovor I soo If
hnµµonIng. In fncf, whon fhoro Is n
job fo bo dono, nofhIng works IIko
fonmwork.
Iocnuso I hnvo soon fonmwork In
ncfIon mnny fImos ovor fho yonrs,
I boIIovo I hnvo como fo undorsfnnd
n fow fhIngs fhnf mnko fonmwork
work mosf offocfIvoIy.
IIrsf, sInco onch fonm mombor
hns sfrongfhs fhnf fhoy brIng fo fho
fnbIo, If Is vIfnI fo fnµ Info fho µo-
fonfInI of onch IndIvIdunI fonm
mombor.
Socond, fonm µnrfIcIµnnfs musf
bo fofnIIy dodIcnfod fo fho mIssIon
nnd µorfocfIy cIonr of fho oxµocfod
rosuIfs.
ThIrd, fonm mombors musf bo In
sfoµ wIfh onch ofhor, nnd µuIIIng In
fho snmo dIrocfIon.
Iourfh, nII fonm mombors musf
boIIovo fhnf fhoy nro n µnrf of nc-
comµIIshIng somofhIng much bIg-
gor fhnn nny ono µorson couId nc-
comµIIsh soµnrnfoIy on fhoIr own.
Thoro Is no doubf In my mInd fhnf
fho synorgy cronfod whon IndIvId-
unIs work fogofhor Is ono of fho
mosf µoworfuI forcos on onrfh.
Whonovor I fhInk nbouf offocfIvo
fonmwork, I nm nIwnys drnwn bnck
fo n fImo sovornI yonrs ngo, whon
our fnmIIy docIdod fo soII ovory-
fhIng wo ownod, µurchnso n !V,
nnd go frnvoIIng nII ovor fho !nIfod
Sfnfos fogofhor.
Wo hnd n dronm of sooIng fho
sIghfs of our gronf counfry, doIng
busInoss nIong fho wny-nnd wo dId
If! !of mo foII you, If wns fho uIfI-
mnfo journoy, fhnf nIIowod us fo
oxµorIonco somo of fho bosf fImos
wo couId hnvo ovor ImngInod. If
wns nIso n fImo of somo of fho hnrd-
osf sfruggIos nnd bronkdowns nnd
fosfs fhnf dofInIfoIy hnd n hnnd In
mnkIng us fho µooµIo wo nro fodny.
Of courso, IIvIng In fhIs mnnnor
roquIrod fho uIfImnfo of fonmwork
skIIIs, osµocInIIy whon If cnmo fo
comµIofIng nII of our dnIIy fnsks
nnd rosµonsIbIIIfIos. IIvo µooµIo,
IIvIng In n oIghf-foof wIdo by 35 foof
Iong convorfod Croyhound bus (soo
fho µIcfuro of our bus wo nnmod
"IossIo") for nonrIy fhroo yonrs,
corfnInIy chnIIongod onch of us fo
bo our bosf. Wo grow ns n fnmIIy,
wo bondod, wo bocnmo boffor
frIonds nnd nccomµIIshod so much-
nof fo monfIon, fho IncrodIbIo
nmounf of fun wo hnd!
I romombor whon wo broko cnmµ
or µroµnrod for n mnjor sform com-
Ing our wny wo wouId bnfon down
fho hnfchos In no fImo nf nII,
fhnnks fo fonmwork. !IkowIso,
fonmwork nIdod us In sµoodIIy nnd
µroµorIy socurIng ovoryfhIng for
our snfofy In nnfIcIµnfIon of fho
normnI bumµs nnd grInds of frnv-
oIIng down fho hIghwny fo our noxf
dosfInnfIon.
SomofImos wo woro nbIo fo sfny
µuf for wooks nf n fImo, buf much
of fho fImo, wo frnvoIod fo n now
µInco ovory fwo or fhroo nIghfs.
Wo dId Inugh, nnd Ionrn, nnd ro-
nIIy dovoIoµod n Iovo for our frnv-
oIs. If wns nn IncrodIbIo oxµorIonco
fhnf our chIIdron sfIII fnIk nbouf
onfhusInsfIcnIIy.
WouId I do If ngnIn¨ Af fhIs sfngo
of fho gnmo, µrobnbIy nof. If fook
nn IncrodIbIo nmounf of onorgy,
nnd I nm nof ns young ns I usod fo
bo. IIus, I fnµµod fho onorgy of my
fnmIIy fo nccomµIIsh fhIs mIssIon,
nnd now fhoy nro nII grown uµ wIfh
fnmIIIos of fhoIr own. Wo dId If
whon If wns fho µorfocf sonson In
IIfo fo do so, nnd wo dId If wIfh good
oId fnshIonod fonmwork!
In fho fufuro dnys nnd wooks I
oncourngo you fo sook nn oµµorfu-
nIfy fo fonm uµ wIfh ofhors fo nc-
comµIIsh n gonI. And whon you do,
kooµ fhIs In mInd:
Togofhor £voryono
AchIovos Moro!
Together Eteryone Achieteo More
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!odgor I. Chnnf, ngo 6?, Coffon-
wood, S.Ð., dIod Tuosdny, Mnrch 6,
20l2, nf hIs homo.
!odgor I. Chnnf wns born In
ChnmµnIgn, III., on Ðocombor l0,
l944, fho son of !odgor nnd !ufh
(Snndors) Chnnf. !odgor wns
rnIsod In Soufh Ðnkofn hIs whoIo
IIfo nnd nffondod WhIfo !Ivor
schooIs In MoIIoffo Counfy. Affor
hIgh schooI, ho nffondod IInck
HIIIs Sfnfo !nIvorsIfy In SµonrfIsh,
ns woII ns schooI In IIngsfnff, ArIz.
!odgor onjoyod oufdoor sµorfs,
such ns goId mInIng, goocnchIng,
bonfIng, hunfIng nnd fIshIng.
!ogor wns unIfod In mnrrIngo fo
Judy on Iobrunry l2, l998, In
!nµId CIfy.
SurvIvors IncIudo hIs wIfo, Judy
Chnnf of Coffonwood; n dnughfor,
KnfhIoon !oIµoId of IoIIo Iourcho;
fwo sons, HnroId nnd Jnmos Chnnf
of !nµId CIfy; n sfoµ-dnughfor,
CnfhorIno Hnbnrf of !nµId CIfy; sIx
grnndchIIdron, TyIor !oIµoId of
!nµId CIfy, Tod !oIµoId of IoIIo
Iourcho, SoµhIn nnd Hnnnnh Io-
forson of IoIIo Iourcho, Ivn Shor-
rod nnd hor husbnnd WIIIInm of
IIIsworfh AII, nnd AIdnn Chnnf
of !nµId CIfy; fwo gronf-grnndchII-
dron, HnroId Idwnrd Shorrod of
IIIsworfh AII nnd AInynn !oIµoId
of !nµId CIfy; nnd n hosf of ofhor
roInfIvos nnd frIonds.
!odgor wns µrocodod by hIs µnr-
onfs, !odgor nnd !ufh (Snndors)
Chnnf; n son, !odgor T. ¨Toddy¨
Chnnf; nnd hIs fosfor µnronfs, Tod
nnd MImI Thomns.
Ho wIII bo mIssod by nII. Ivon
fhough hIs journoy on Inrfh Is
fhrough, If`s fruIy jusf bogInnIng.
IunornI sorvIcos woro hoId Snf-
urdny, Mnrch l0, nf fho Coffon-
wood CommunIfy HnII In Coffon-
wood wIfh ÐnvId OIson offIcInfIng.
MusIc wns µrovIdod by Cnfhor-
Ino Hnbnrf nnd Ivn Shorrod, vocnI-
Isfs.
InIIbonrors woro HnroId Chnnf,
Jnmos Chnnf, Tod !oIµoId, TyIor
!oIµoId, AIdnn Chnnf nnd Irnnnon
Trunx.
Informonf wns nf fho Coffon-
wood Comofory.
A momorInI hns boon osfnb-
IIshod.
Arrnngomonfs woro wIfh fho
!ush IunornI Homo of IhIIIµ.
HIs onIIno guosfbook Is nvnIInbIo
nf www.rushfunornIhomo.com
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Konnofh H. Hoob, ngo 6?, of
Cusfor, formorIy of IhIIIµ, dIod
Mondny, Mnrch l2, 20l2, nf fho
Cusfor !ogIonnI HosµIfnI In
Cusfor.
SurvIvors IncIudo hIs wIfo, Judy,
of Cusfor; n son, SIndo Hoob nnd
hIs wIfo, VnIorIo, of Crnnd VIow,
Idnho; n dnughfor, Kondrn Scoff
nnd hor husbnnd, Mnff, of !nµId
CIfy; fIvo grnndchIIdron, !ynn,
IIIIy nnd Choyonno Hoob, nnd AbI-
gnII nnd Audroy Scoff; n brofhor,
Id Hoob nnd hIs wIfo, Iocky, of
MIdInnd; nnd n hosf of ofhor roIn-
fIvos nnd frIonds.
Konny wns µrocodod In donfh by
hIs µnronfs, ÐnvId nnd Mnry Hoob;
hIs sfoµ-mofhor, HoIon Hoob; n
brofhor, !oo Hoob; nnd n sIsfor,
Idnn HnrrIs.
IunornI sorvIcos nro µondIng
wIfh fho !ush IunornI Homo of
IhIIIµ.
HIs onIIno guosfbook Is nvnIInbIo
nf www.rushfunornIhomo.com
TIc fanily of
Lyaa W¡ll¡ams
inviic you io join iIcn in cclclraiing Iis
90tb B¡rtbday
Marcb 24, 2012
2.00 io 4.00 ¡.n.
for Coffcc and Calc
ai Prairic Villagc in Wall.
Cards may be send to:
416 6iI Avc, A¡i. 1
Wall, SD 57790
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Cnmoron Wnyno CnrIson, l9, of
IoIIo Iourcho, S.Ð., wonf fo honvon
on Mnrch 5, 20l2, oufsIdo IoIIo
Iourcho In n frngIc cnr nccIdonf.
Ho wns born Ðocombor 2l, l992,
In SµonrfIsh fo KovIn nnd Ðnrn
CnrIson.
HIs IIfo wns foo shorf for ovory-
ono who Iovod hIm, buf fhoso who
woro fouchod by hIs Iovo of IIfo nnd
fho qunIIfy of hIs oxIsfnnco fnr ox-
coods fho qunnfIfy of hIs fImo horo.
Cnmoron Iovod IIfo nnd wns Iovod
by mnny µooµIo.
Ho Iovod sµorfs nnd wns vory
good nf fhom nnd sfrIvod for oxcoI-
Ionco, ho wns n gronf mofIvnfor fo
hIs frIonds, ho nccoµfod ovoryono
fhnf ho mof no mnffor whnf wnIk of
IIfo. Cnmoron fouchod so mnny
honrfs nnd InsµIrod mnny moro
nnd wIII bo mIssod donrIy by ovory-
ono fhnf hnd fho µIonsuro of know-
Ing hIm. Cnmoron wns nof onIy n
roIo modoI, InsµIrnfIon nnd gronf
frIond buf ono of fho mosf nmnzIng
young mon nnyono couId hnvo boon
µrIvIIogod onough fo hnvo known.
Irom n vory young ngo Cnmoron
wns ncfIvo In bnskofbnII, foofbnII,
soccor, wrosfIIng nnd hnd hIs fIrsf
job nf l4 yonrs oId. Throughouf hIs
foonngo yonrs ho hnd summor jobs
workIng for fho CIfy of IoIIo
Iourcho, IrocIsIon Concrofo, nnd
curronfIy wns workIng for CoyIo
ConsfrucfIon. Ho wns n hnrd
workor nnd fnsf Ionrnor nnd nIwnys
know fho Imµorfnnco of workIng
hnrd nnd boIng rosµonsIbIo.
Ho Iovod fo go fIshIng wIfh hIs
frIonds nnd wns n nnfurnI, nIwnys
goffIng fho fIrsf bIfo. Cnmoron
Iovod boIng oufsIdo, Iovod dIrf bIk-
Ing, four whooIIng, hunfIng, nnd
wns n wondorfuI nrfIsf. Ho Iovod
µInyIng Xbox wIfh hIs frIonds nnd
sµonf mnny nIghfs doIng fhnf.
Cnmoron wnnfod fo nIwnys bo In
fho bosf of shnµo nnd IIffod woIghfs
fhroughouf hIgh schooI.
Cnmoron grndunfod from IoIIo
Iourcho HIgh SchooI In Mny of
20ll, nffondod Soufh Ðnkofn Sfnfo
!nIvorsIfy In fho fnII whIch wns n
now oxµorIonco for hIm. Ho hnd nc-
comµIIshod so much In hIs l9 yonrs
nnd hIs sµIrIf wIII IIvo on. Cnmoron
Is fho gronfosf son nnd brofhor nnd
wns our µrofocfor nnd wIII confInuo
fo µrofocf us ns our nngoI. Cnmoron
hns n fnffoo on hIs chosf fhnf snId
¨fo fnco ndvorsIfy fnkos courngo¨
nnd fhnf Is hIm.
SurvIvors IncIudo hIs mofhor
nnd sIsfor, Ðnrn nnd KoIson CnrI-
son, IoIIo Iourcho; hIs fnfhor,
KovIn CnrIson, IoIIo Iourcho; hIs
fIrsf Iovo nnd Iovo of hIs IIfo, Soronn
Kokosh; hIs mnfornnI grnndµnr-
onfs, ÐnrroII nnd Ðorofhy Hnffnor
of !nµId CIfy; hIs µnfornnI grnnd-
µnronfs, ChnrIos CnrIson, Kndokn,
nnd ShIrIoy Iofhnncourf, IoIIo
Iourcho; hIs uncIos, CIInf (ÞIkkI)
Hnffnor nnd Jncob (Sonyn) Hnffnor;
nnd hIs nunf, Knyco (JnmIo) Jonos;
nnd mnny moro fnmIIy mombors
fhnf Iovod hIm so.
IunornI sorvIcos woro hoId IrI-
dny, Mnrch 9, nf Sf. Jnmos
!ufhornn Church In IoIIo Iourcho
wIfh fho !ovorond Joff Offormnn
offIcInfIng.
IurInI wns nf IIno SIoµo
Comofnry In IoIIo Iourcho.
InIIbonrors woro Irnndon
!Ichnrds, Trovor Thybo, CoIo
Monfgomory, Kurf !nbor, Znch
CIbson nnd Shnwn KnIsor. AII hIs
wondorfuI frIonds nnd nII hIs fonm-
mnfos nro hIs honnry µnIIbonrors.
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Tho fhomo for fho 20l2 Soufh
Ðnkofn Sfnfo InIr Is "Tnsfo fho
Iun!"
Mnko µInns now fo nffond fho
Sfnfo InIr In Huron, Aug. 30 -
Soµf. 3, 20l2.
"Wo nro oxcIfod for fhIs yonr's
fhomo," snId Sfnfo InIr Mnnngor
Joromo HorfoI. "Wo hnvo mnny
sµocInI ncfIvIfIos µInnnod nnd Iook
forwnrd fo shnrIng fhom wIfh
ovoryono In comIng monfhs. Wo
osµocInIIy Iook forwnrd fo µInn-
nIng somo fun food µromofIons."
InIrgoors wIII bo fronfod wIfh
ovoryfhIng fho 20l2 Sfnfo InIr
fhomo µromIsos -- µIonfy of fun
nnd nII of fho frndIfIonnI fnIr
foods.
An uµdnfod Iogo hns nIso boon
dosIgnod nnd cnn bo vIowod nf
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Sfnfo InIr concorf nnnounco-
monfs wIII bogIn Tuosdny, Iob.
l4.
SInco l885, fho Soufh Ðnkofn
Sfnfo InIr hns boon nn nnnunI
fnmIIy frndIfIon fhnf showcnsos
ngrIcuIfuro, youfh, nchIovomonf,
communIfy nnd fho nrfs.
Tho 20l2 Soufh Ðnkofn Sfnfo
InIr wIII run from Thursdny, Aug.
30 fhrough Mondny, Soµf. 3.
ChnnnoI Soods IrovIow nIghf
wIII bo Wodnosdny, Aug. 29. Ior
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Tho WnII IngIos` ond-of-sonson
run cnmo fo nn ond Tuosdny nIghf
ns fhoy fncod fho WhIfo !Ivor
TIgors In fho !ogIonnI ChnmµI-
onshIµ mnfch-uµ.
Tho IngIos hung In fhoro for fho
mnjorIfy of fho fIrsf qunrfor, buf
jusf dIdn`f hnvo onough fo run
wIfh fho TIgors nffor fhnf.
WhIfo !Ivor shof fho bnII vory
woII whIIo fho IngIos sfruggIod fo
mnko bnskofs. Tho TIgors Iod by
33 µoInfs nf hnIffImo, nnd fhIs
µrovod fo bo foo much for fho WnII
boys fo hnndIo.
SonIor ChnvIs ShuII fInIshod off
n good sonson wIfh ll µoInfs, sIx
robounds nnd fhroo sfonIs for fho
IngIos.
Tuckor O`!ourko µuf uµ sovon
µoInfs nnd grnbbod oIghf ro-
bounds, nnd sonIor KnIo !yfIo hnd
four µoInfs, four robounds nnd ono
bIock on fho nIghf.
!nno Husfond fInIshod wIfh sIx
µoInfs, ono bIock, nnd ono sfonI.
Tho WhIfo !Ivor TIgors hnd fIvo
µInyors In doubIo fIguros, wIfh
Wynff Krogmnn IondIng fho wny
wIfh l? µoInfs.
White River shuts down EagIes
Joo Cnmoron Iod fho TIgors wIfh
oIghf robounds.
Tho WhIfo !Ivor TIgors wIII go
on fo roµrosonf our !ogIon nf fho
Sfnfo Tournnmonf, whIIo fho In-
gIos fnko fho runnor-uµ sµof nnd
cnn bo hnµµy boIng fho ÐIsfrIcf l4
chnmµIons.
Stuts
Wu!!: S 6 2 1S = 34
WR: 1S 20 10 21 = S7
Scoring: TyIor Trnsk l-l3 0-0 2,
Cnrson Johnson l-2 0-0 2, KnIo
!yfIo 2-6 0-0 4, !nkofon Mc!nugh-
IIn 0-l 2-4 2, !nno Husfond 2-ll 2-
2 6, CInncy !yfIo 0-3 0-0 0, ChnvIs
ShuII 5-l8 0-2 ll, Tuckor
O`!ourko 3-6 l-4 ?. Totu!s l4-60
5-l2 34.
1ield Coul percentuge: IngIos
.233.
3-point percentuge: IngIos l-?
(Trnsk 0-2, Husfond 0-l, C. !yfIo
0-l, ShuII l-3.)
Rehoundo: IngIos 29 (O`!ourko
8.)
1oulo: IngIos l6.
Aooioto: IngIos 5 (Husfond 2.)
Steulo: IngIos ? (ShuII 3.)
Blocked Shoto: IngIos 2 (K.
!yfIo l, Husfond l.)
Turnotero: IngIos 29.
Thoro Is nn oµµorfunIfy nvnII-
nbIo for dIsfrIcf rosIdonfs fo sorvo
on fho schooI bonrd nnd hnvo n
voIco In fho oducnfIonnI µrocoss of
our chIIdron. Wo curronfIy hnvo
fhroo sonfs oµon on fho schooI
bonrd nnd wIII bo fnkIng µofIfIons
unfII Mnrch 2?fh. Tho µofIfIons
mny bo µIckod uµ In fho offIco nnd
wIII nood fo bo rofurnod by 5:00
µ.m. on fho 2?fh wIfh fho roquIrod
sIgnnfuros. ThIs Is nn oxcoIIonf
oµµorfunIfy for n µorson fo gIvo
bnck fo fho communIfy nnd sorvo
on fho bonrd.
I wouId InvIfo you fo vIsIf wIfh
n curronf bonrd mombor nnd/or
wIfh mo concornIng nny quosfIons
you mny hnvo In consIdorIng sorv-
Ing on fho schooI bonrd.
I wouId oncourngo nnyono Infor-
osfod In sorvIng fo fInd ouf moro
nbouf fho commIfmonf fo bo on
fho bonrd. Tho schooI bonrd, fown-
shIµs, nnd fho cIfy councII nro fho
cIososf fhIng wo hnvo Ioff In our
govornmonf fhnf Is n fruo domoc-
rncy In ncfIon. If you nro nwnro of
somoono who wouId mnko n good
bonrd mombor µIonso oncourngo
fhom fo fnko ouf n µofIfIon.
I hnvo n concorn whoro µnronfs
nro onnbIIng fhoIr chIIdron fo
sIdosfoµ corfnIn sIfunfIons. I know
mosf of us grow uµ In nn orn whon
wo gof In froubIo In schooI wo
woro oxµocfIng worso µunIshmonf
From the Desk of Superintendent Dennis Rieckman
nf homo.
Sfudonfs nood fo Ionrn fo nccoµf
consoquoncos nnd fhoy mny nood
fo do somofhIng fhoy don`f ronIIy
cnro fo do. If Is nII µnrf of growIng
uµ nnd IonrnIng fo donI wIfh
fhIngs wIfhouf goIng fo µnronfs fo
bnII fhom ouf.
Affondnnco, homowork, grndos,
nnd µInyIng fImo nro nrons whoro
µnronfs nro nskod by sfudonfs fo
mnko oxcusos or Inforvono In n
gIvon sIfunfIon.
Sfudonfs nro fnkIng fho onsy
wny ouf by quIffIng or fnkIng
shorfcufs In comµIofIng fnsks. !o-
sµonsIbIIIfy nnd rosµocf nro fwo
koy nffrIbufos wo µromofo fo sfu-
donfs nf schooI. Thoso fwo nrons
wIII buIId n soIId foundnfIon for
ovoryono fo succood ovorydny.
Tho bnskofbnII sonson Is fIn-
Ishod nnd fho job Conch Hoss nnd
hIs nssIsfnnfs dId wns nµµrocInf-
od. Tho dunI hond conchIng µosI-
fIon dono by Conch Hoss fhIs yonr
wns n ono yonr commIfmonf.
Anyono who foIIowod fho gIrIs
nnd boys sonsons In WnII shouId
oxfond n fhnnk-you fo fho sfu-
donf-nfhIofos nnd fhoIr conchos
for sfoµµIng uµ nnd mnkIng n dIf-
fIcuIf sIfunfIon worknbIo. If wns
nof fho bosf sIfunfIon for oIfhor
fonm nnd bofh fonms woro shorf-
chnngod.
Tho gIrIs fInIshod socond In fho
dIsfrIcfs nnd fho boys won fho dIs-
frIcfs nnd onco ngnIn woro bonfon
by fho WhIfo !Ivor fonm In fho ro-
gIon fInnI.
If nnyono Is Inforosfod In µuf-
fIng In Iong hours, workIng wIfh
sfudonf-nfhIofos, boIng socond
guossod, nnd mnkIng fho gnmo
fun fhoro mny bo n conchIng µo-
sIfIon for you.
KeyhoIe Reservoir at its highest
eIevation since June of 1999
Tho roconf wnrm wonfhor hns
cnusod KoyhoIo rosorvoIr fo rIso
ovor n foof In oIovnfIon In fho Insf
fIvo dnys brIngIng If fo nn oIovn-
fIon fhnf Is onIy 0.? foof from fuII.
IuII oIovnfIon nf KoyhoIo Is
4099.3.
¨KoyhoIo rosorvoIr Is nf Ifs hIgh-
osf IovoI sInco Juno of l999,¨ snId
Joff ÞoffIofon, ChIof of IncIIIfy
OµornfIon nnd MnInfonnnco nnd
IngInoorIng SorvIcos for !ocInmn-
fIon`s Ðnkofns Aron OffIco. ¨If nµ-
µonrs IIkoIy fhnf KoyhoIo couId
ronch fuII oIovnfIon of 4099.3 In
fho nonr fufuro.¨
Whon fho rosorvoIr bocomos fuII,
n smnII nmounf of wnfor wIII bogIn
fo fIow ouf of fho unconfroIIod
sµIIIwny of fho dnm. !ocInmnfIon
wIII nIso bogIn n smnII confroIIod
roIonso from fho oufIof works nf
fhnf fImo. Thoso InIfInI roIonsos
from fho sµIIIwny nnd oufIof works
wIII bo In fho rnngo of 50 cubIc foof
µor socond.
Tho foIIowIng Is fho sfnfus of
!ocInmnfIon`s Soufh Ðnkofn
!osorvoIrs nnd KoyhoIo !osorvoIr
In norfhonsforn WyomIng.
SLudeLI!!
Tho µrosonf oIovnfIon nf Shndo-
hIII Is 2263.30 whIch Is 8.? foof
from fuII. InfIows for fho wnfor
yonr fo dnfo, whIch runs from Oc-
fobor lsf of 20ll fhrough fho µros-
onf, nro l4? µorconf of nvorngo. A
confroIIod roIonso of 25 cfs Is boIng
mndo fo fho Crnnd !Ivor.
Be!!e IouvcLe
IoIIo Iourcho !osorvoIr Is cur-
ronfIy nf oIovnfIon 29?0.l5 wIfh n
fuII rosorvoIr oIovnfIon boIng
29?5.0. Af fho ond of Iobrunry,
fho ÐIvorsIon Ðnm rIvor oufIof
gnfos bognn dIvorfIng IoIIo
Iourcho !Ivor fIows fo InIof CnnnI
whIch fIows Info fho IoIIo Iourcho
!osorvoIr,.
IoIIo Iourcho Ðnm Is nn off-
sfronm sforngo rosorvoIr Iocnfod
on OwI Crook. Tho rosorvoIr Is
fIIIod by dIvorfIng wnfor from fho
IoIIo Iourcho !Ivor nf fho ÐIvor-
sIon Ðnm nonr IoIIo Iourcho,
fhrough fho InIof CnnnI fo fho
rosorvoIr. AddIfIonnI InfIows from
OwI Crook, whIch fIows dIrocfIy
Info fho IoIIo Iourcho !osorvoIr,
nIso confrIbufo fo fho rosorvoIr
durIng snow moIf nnd µrocIµIfn-
fIon ovonfs.
Angostuvu ResevvoIv
Tho curronf oIovnfIon nf Angos-
furn Is 3l83.85 nnd no roIonso
from fho dnm Is boIng mndo. An-
gosfurn !osorvoIr Is fuII nf oIovn-
fIon 3l8?.2. InfIows Info fho rosor-
voIr fhrough Iobrunry for fho
20l2 wnfor yonr (wnfor yonr Is
from Ocfobor l, 20ll fo Soµfom-
bor 30, 20l2) nro nbouf l04 µor-
conf of nvorngo.
Pucto!u
IncfoIn !osorvoIr Is curronfIy
nf oIovnfIon 45?6.9? foof whIch Is
3.23 foof from fuII. InfIows sInco
Ocfobor lsf of 20ll fhrough fho
µrosonf (wnfor yonr 20l2) nro ovor
l83 µorconf of nvorngo. IncfoIn ro-
Ionsos nro curronfIy sof nf 45 cfs.
Thoro Is sfIII snow µnck In fho
uµµor µorfIons of fho bnsIn nnd ro-
Ionsos wIII bo ndjusfod ns sµrIng
InfIows chnngo.
ÐeevIIe!d ResevvoIv
ÐoorfIoId !osorvoIr Is nf oIovn-
fIon 5906.6 whIch Is Ioss fhnn fwo
foof from fuII. IuII oIovnfIon nf
ÐoorfIoId Is 5908.0. InfIows sInco
Ocfobor l, 20ll (wnfor yonr 20l2)
hnvo nvorngod l8l µorconf of nv-
orngo. Tho roIonso from ÐoorfIoId
fo CnsfIo Crook Is l8 cfs. ÐoorfIoId
nIso hns snow µnck In fho bnsIn
nbovo fho rosorvoIr.
KeyLo!e ResevvoIv
KoyhoIo !osorvoIr Is curronfIy
nf oIovnfIon 4098.6 wIfh n fuII
rosorvoIr oIovnfIon boIng 4099.3.
InfIows sInco Ocfobor l, 20ll
(wnfor yonr 20l2) woro l43 µor-
conf of nvorngo. Tho rosorvoIr oIo-
vnfIon nf fho ond of Iobrunry wns
fho fhIrd hIghosf In 59 yonrs of
hIsforIc rocord. Þo roIonsos from
KoyhoIo nro boIng mndo nf fhIs
fImo.
Century and QuasquicentenniaI
Farm and Ranch appIications
Tho gonI of fho SÐ Confury
Inrm Irogrnm Is fo rocognIzo
fnrms nnd rnnchos fhnf hnvo boon
In fho snmo fnmIIy for l00 yonrs.
Thoso fhnf hnvo boon In fho snmo
fnmIIy for l25 yonrs nro dofInod ns
QunsquIconfonnInI Inrms. Tho SÐ
Confury Inrm Irogrnm Is n cooµ-
ornfIvo offorf of fho SÐ Inrm Iu-
ronu nnd fho SÐ Ðoµnrfmonf of
AgrIcuIfuro. Tho µrogrnm bognn In
l984 nnd hns rocognIzod 2625
fnrm nnd rnnchos ncross Soufh
Ðnkofn.
Tho roquIromonfs for n Confury
or n QunsquIconfonnInI Inrm:
:Musf bo 80 ncros or moro
:Musf bo ownod by n mombor of
fho snmo fnmIIy consocufIvoIy for
l00 yonrs (Confury) or l25 yonrs
(QunsquIconfonnInI)
:SuµµIy µroof of fho orIgInnI
dnfo of µurchnso
:SuµµIy fho IognI doscrIµfIon of
fho Innd
AµµIIcnfIon forms cnn bo found
nf fho SÐII wobsIfo: sdfbf.org
(cIIck on Irogrnms nnd foIIow fho
IInks), or fho Soufh Ðnkofn Ðo-
µnrfmonf of AgrIcuIfuro wobsIfo:
sddn.gov. Or you mny cnII SÐII
nf 605-353-8052 nnd nsk for nn
nµµIIcnfIon vIn !S MnII.
Whon you gof fho nµµIIcnfIon
µIonso:
:IIII ouf fho form comµIofoIy
:Coµy nII suµµorfIng documon-
fnfIon for µurchnso dnfo nnd con-
fInuous ownorshIµ
:Cof nµµIIcnfIon nofnrIzod
:!ofurn fo SÐII nf: IO Iox
l426, Huron, SÐ 5?350
AµµIIcnfIons musf bo rocoIvod
on or boforo Augusf l4, 20l2.
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CroofIngs. WoII µooµIo, do you
wnnf fo kooµ nny CounfrysIdo nron
nows In fho µnµor or nof¨ I don`f
know If nnyono hns offorod fo wrIfo
If or nof¨ I hnvon`f honrd nnyfhIng.
I ImngIno mosf fhIs wook nro nf-
fondIng fho fournnmonfs. I honrd
fhIs ovonIng InIfh won wIfh n
fhroo µoInf bnskof buf dIdn`f gof fo
soo or honr who mndo fhnf oxcIfIng
shof.
ÐoImor nnd Mnry InuIson nf-
fondod fho SurµrIso IIrfhdny hoId
for Inffy Kjorsfnd Insf ovonIng fho
25fh. Thoro wns n good nffondnnco
nnd Inffy wns so surµrIsod. Thoy
so onjoyod fho ovonIng vIsIfIng
wIfh fho mnny frIonds nnd noIgh-
bors.
!oIn Joyco !IggIns nccomµnnIod
ÐonIso KoIIy fo !nµId CIfy, IrIdny,
fo gof grnndson Jnson fo como fo
fho µnronfnI KoIIy !IggIns homo
for fho wookond. Jnson Is uso fo hIs
frumµof nnd vIoIIn nnd µInyIng In
concorfs wIfh hIs schooImnfos. I
wIsh I IIvod cIosor fo nffond. I Iovo
musIc.
Mny fho CounfrysIdo sond sIn-
coro symµnfhy fo Mnry InuIson
nnd fnmIIy. Mnry Iosf hor 98 yonr
oId nunf AIIco AIIboo Cooµor. Mrs.
Cooµor wns Mnry`s dnd`s sIsfor nnd
Mnry cnrrIos n cIosonoss wIfh hor
nnmo boIng Mnry AIIco. Thoy dId-
n`f gof fo nffond fho funornI In
InuIkfon, fho 3rd of Mnrch, ns fhnf
Is whon fhnf wonfhor sysfom wns
goIng fhrough fho norfhonsforn
µnrf of our sfnfo.
SovornI of fho CroIghfon IndIos
nffondod fho QuIIf Show hoId In
fho CommunIfy room In WnII, Insf
wook. Tho work nnd fImo sµonf Is
nµµrocInfod wIfh fhoIr bonufy.
Tho mombors of fho Sf. InfrIck`s
CnfhoIIc Church In WnII, hoId
fhoIr gIff µrogrnm Insf Wodnosdny
ovonIng, Iobrunry 29. Thoso nf-
fondIng woro bIossod by n vory In-
sµIrnfIonnI ovonIng nnd nn InsµIr-
Ing nnd gIffod mossngo from fho
IIshoµ.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Irod IIsonbrnun
nnd Mnrgnrof drovo fo !nµId CIfy
nnd onjoyod n nIco vIsIf wIfh
CoIdIo IIsonbrnun nnd dnughfor
InuIn.
Mnry InuIson cnIIod dnughfor
!ynn Mnry IInsog nnd fnmIIy In
CoIorndo SµrIngs nnd onjoyod n
gronf vIsIf. Crnnddnughfor CnIIIo
wns nnfIcIµnfIng hor nInfh bIrfh-
dny fho 5fh nnd nnxIous fo oµon
fho µnckngo Crnndmn nnd
Crnndµn hnd sonf.
InuI nnd Cwon McConnoII nnd
gIrIs ChoIson, MIchoIIo nnd Iro-
nnnn drovo fo !nµId CIfy, Snfur-
dny, fo nffond fho CIrIs Scouf
cookIo snIo nf fho !ushmoro MnII.
Ironnnn hns joInod fho CIrIs
Scoufs. ChoIson McConnoII nrrIvod
homo, Thursdny from IrookIngs
for SµrIng Ironk. ChoIson ro-
furnod fo coIIogo, Sundny.
ImIIy HoIms of SÐS! In Irook-
Ings nnd III HoIms of TochnIcnI In-
sfIfufo SchooI In Wnforfown, nr-
rIvod homo Insf Snfurdny for
SµrIng Ironk. ImIIy`s frIond,
ShnnI SnboI from coIIogo, wns on
roufo fo vIsIf frIonds In Monfnnn
nnd wns nn ovornIghf guosf of
ImIIy on nIghf Insf wook.
Mny fho CounfrysIdo µuf !Ifn
IyorIy on our µrnyor IIsf.
I honrd rnvos nbouf fho WnII`s
ChIIdron Thonfro µIny ¨ImngIno
ÞnfIon¨, µrosonfod Mnrch 2. I
wouId IIko fo hnvo soon If buf
whon you nro sfrofchod fo fhIn,
wnnfs nnd hnµµonIngs don`f gof fo-
gofhor osµocInIIy whon you don`f
know nbouf fhom In fImo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. InuI McConnoII
nnd fnmIIy woro Sundny dInnor
guosfs In fho µnronfnI Iruco
WhIdby homo In Kndokn. Cwon
nnd MIchoIIo nffondod fho IInck
HIIIs CosµoI Qunrfof nf fho Iros-
byforInn Church. Tho Qunrfof
mosf dofInIfoIy hnvo rIch, rIch
voIcos nnd nro so onsy nnd onjoy-
nbIo fo IIsfon fo. Thoy snng nImosf
nn hour wIfh Sundny mossngo
snmo fImo ns do fho IIvIng fhIngs.
Why do wo hnvo fo rush If¨ Tho
kIds Ioso nn hour of sIooµ. Þo chIId
Ioff bohInd, whnf hnµµonod fo If¨
Tlougl/. Tle noe/ profounJ
lunger of /le leor/ ie lote onJ
peoce. lote confor/e li/e euneline
of/er roin.
songs. Yos, I, !oIn Joyco, gof fo
honr fhom foo.
WoII, nbouf ovory onos IIvos nro
goffIng dIsfurbod ngnIn. ÐId you
romombor fo sof your cIock uµ n
hour. Tho sun sfIII gofs uµ nf Ifs
Coun1rgs1de Neus
AMBULANCE 0ISTBICT
INF0BMATI0NAL MEETIN0
The City of Wall will hold a public informational meet-
ing on Thursday, March 22nd at 6:30 pm in the Wall
Community Center. The purpose of this meeting is to
inform those in attendance of the tax levy proposal that
has been developed since the February 15th hearing
on the formation of an Ambulance District. All interested
people are encouraged to attend this meeting. For
questions or more information please call the Finance
Office at 279-2663, Pete Dunker at 279-2373 or Larry
Gravatt at 798-2123.
Published March 8 & 15, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $96.00.
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APABTMENTS
AVAILABLE
Wu!! RIdge Apts.
In WnII
1 Bedvoom
on-sIfo Inundry
fncIIIfy
PRO/Rentu! Munugement
605-34?-30??
l-800-244-2826
www.µroronfnImnnngomonf.com
www.frooronforsguIdo.com
Conservation reserve program
signup to begin
IogInnIng Mnrch l2, ngrIcuIfurnI
µroducors nnd/or Inndownors hnvo
fho oµµorfunIfy fo submIf fhoIr bIds
fo onroII oIIgIbIo Innd Info fho Con-
sorvnfIon !osorvo Irogrnm (C!I)
durIng n gonornI sIgn-uµ.
Tho !.S. Ðoµnrfmonf of AgrIcuI-
furo`s Inrm SorvIco Agoncy wIII bo
nccoµfIng C!I offors nnfIonwIdo bo-
fwoon Mnrch l2 nnd AµrII 6. C!I
µrovIdos nnnunI fInnncInI comµonsn-
fIon for ngrIcuIfurnI µroducors fo os-
fnbIIsh nnd mnInfnIn rosourco con-
sorvIng covor on croµInnd for l0-l5
yonrs. If nIso µrovIdos cosf-shnro for
fho osfnbIIshmonf of hnbIfnf.
AII Soufh Ðnkofn Inndownors nro
oncourngod fo consIdor offorIng n
C!I bId on hIghIy orodIbIo nnd son-
sIfIvo Innd durIng fhIs gonornI C!I
sIgn-uµ. Iroducors whoso offors woro
nof nccoµfod In Insf yonr`s gonornI
C!I sIgn-uµ shouId sfrongIy con-
sIdor mnkIng nn offor ngnIn fhIs yonr.
In nn offorf fo Imµrovo C!I onroII-
monf In Soufh Ðnkofn, fho Cnmo,
IIsh nnd Inrks Ðoµnrfmonf Is offor-
Ing n C!I covor uµgrndo InconfIvo of
$50/ncro. Thoso who chooso fo uµ-
grndo fho covor on fhoIr oxµIrIng
C!I from n ono-fo-fhroo sµocIos mIx
fo n 5-l5 sµocIos mIx cnn mnxImIzo
fhoIr chnncos of boIng nccoµfod. In
rofurn for fho InconfIvo µnymonf,
µnrfIcIµnnfs nro roquIrod fo oµon
fhoso C!I ncros fo µubIIc hunfIng nc-
coss fhrough CII`s WnIk-In Aron
µrogrnm for fho Iongfh of fho C!I
confrncfs.
Ono ronson moro ncros hnvon`f
boon roonroIIod In fho µnsf Is bocnuso
fho covor on oxµIrIng C!I ncros dId-
n`f scoro hIgh onough.
¨Wo hnvo boon foId by numorous
C!I µnrfIcIµnnfs fhnf fhoy dId nof
hnvo fho monoy fo uµgrndo fhoIr ox-
IsfIng C!I covor durIng fho µnsf cou-
µIo of gonornI C!I sIgnuµs,¨ snId
Mnrk Þorfon, CII wIIdIIfo bIoIogIsf.
¨Wo hoµo fhnf by offorIng fho covor
uµgrndo InconfIvo If wIII oncourngo
moro C!I µnrfIcIµnnfs fo uµgrndo
fhoIr oxIsfIng covor nnd rosuIf In
moro ncros of C!I In Soufh Ðnkofn.¨
C!I µrovIdos vnIunbIo nosfIng nnd
brood-ronrIng hnbIfnf for µhonsnnfs.
Tho Ioss of C!I In fho µnsf fIvo
yonrs Is ono of fho ronsons for fho 46
µorconf docIIno In Insf yonr`s µhons-
nnf µoµuInfIon,¨ snId TrnvIs !unIn,
CII uµInnd gnmo bIoIogIsf.
WIfh n gonornI C!I sIgn-uµ nvnII-
nbIo nnfIonwIdo, Soufh Ðnkofn mny
bo nbIo fo gnIn bnck somo of fho
400,000 ncros of C!I fhnf hnvo boon
Iosf sInco 200? nnd nbouf 225,000
ncros fhnf wIII oxµIro Soµf. 30.
Ior moro InformnfIon or fo submIf
nn offor, ngrIcuIfurnI µroducors
shouId sof uµ nn nµµoInfmonf wIfh
fhoIr IocnI !SÐA Inrm SorvIco
Agoncy OffIco.
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C!ASSIIIIÐ !ATI: $6.50 mInImum for fIrsf 20
words; l0¢ µor word fhoronffor; IncIudod In fho
IonnIngfon Counfy Cournnf, fho IrofIf, & Tho
IIonoor !ovIow, ns woII ns on our wobsIfo:
www.µIonoor-rovIow.com.
CA!Ð OI THAÞKS: Iooms, TrIbufos, Ifc. . $6.50 mInImum for fIrsf 20
words; l0¢ µor word fhoronffor. Inch nnmo nnd InIfInI musf bo counfod soµ-
nrnfoIy. IncIudod In fho IonnIngfon Counfy Cournnf nnd fho IrofIf.
ÞOTI: $2.00 nddod chnrgo for bookkooµIng nnd bIIIIng on nII chnrgos.
ÐISI!AY AÐ !ATI: $8.00 µor coIumn Inch, IncIudod In fho IonnIngfon
Counfy Cournnf nnd fho IrofIf. $5.55 µor coIumn Inch for fho IonnIngfon
Counfy Cournnf onIy.
I!I!ISHI!`S ÞOTICI: AII ronI osfnfo ndvorfIsod In fhIs nowsµnµor Is
subjocf fo fho IodornI InIr HousIng Acf of l968, whIch mnkos If IIIognI fo
ndvorfIso ¨nny µroforonco, or dIscrImInnfIon on rnco, coIor, roIIgIon, sox, or
nnfIonnI orIgIn, or nny InfonfIon fo mnko nny such µroforonco, IImIfnfIon, or
dIscrImInnfIon.¨
ThIs nowsµnµor wIII nof knowIngIy nccoµf nny ndvorfIsIng for ronI osfnfo
whIch Is n vIoInfIon of fho Inw. Our rondors nro Informod fhnf nII dwoIIIngs
ndvorfIsod In fhIs nowsµnµor nro nvnIInbIo on nn oqunI oµµorfunIfy bnsIs.
BACKHOE AND TRENCHING:
Pcicrs E×cavaiion, Inc. E×cava-
iion worl of all iy¡cs. Call Drcni
Pcicrs, 837-2945 or 381-5568
(ccll}. K3-ifn
DIEDRICHS CONSTRUCTION
Posi & Siicl Franc Duildings,
grain lins, cusion nadc Ioncs,
gcncral coniraciing, siding and
roofing. Call JoIn ai 441-1779.
P47-ifn
GRAVEL: Scrccncd or rocl. Call
O'Conncll Consiruciion Inc.,
859-2020, PIili¡. P51-ifn
WEST RIVER EXCAVATION will
do all iy¡cs of ircncIing, diicI-
ing and dircciional loring worl.
Scc Craig, Diana, Saunicc or
Hcidi Collcr, Kadola, SD, or call
837-2690. Craig ccll. 390-8087,
Saunicc ccll. 390-8604;
wrc׸gwic.nci K50-ifn
FARM & RANCH
WANTED: Sunncr ¡asiurc for
100 io 150 cow/calf ¡airs. Sicvc
Pclron, 544-3202. PF22-12ic
WANTED: Pasiurc for cow/calf
¡airs for iIis sunncr (2012 &
lcyond} wiiIin 60 nilcs of PIili¡.
FiicI Farns, 859-2357 or 859-
2334. P6-ifn
GARAGE SALES
YARD SALE: TIurs-Fri-Sai-Sun,
MarcI 15-18, 9 a.n. io 6 ¡.n.,
511 Honc Si., PbIIIp. Lawn
nowcr, Nascar collcciion and
nany oiIcr iicns. PF30-1ic
HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED: Pari-iinc ncai
wra¡¡cr, no cסcricncc ncccs-
sary. Sio¡ ai PIili¡ Cusion
Mcais for a¡¡licaiion. PF30-4ic
FARMJRANCH HAND: FT,
cow/calf/ycarling, Iay & snall
grain o¡craiion, Milcsvillc, SD.
Musi Iavc farn/rancI lacl-
ground & cסcricncc; sclf-siaricr
& aliliiy io ¡crforn wiiIoui di-
rcci su¡crvision; sirong nc-
cIanic slills; cס. running farn
cqui¡., driving scni, Iaying and
Iandling livcsiocl; CDL, or alil-
iiy io gci CDL a nusi; con¡cii-
iivc wagc ¡lg. & Iousing for iIc
rigIi ¡crson. PIonc 866/254-
0499 or nail io FancI Worl, Do×
50790, Dillings, MT 59105.
PF30-ifn
HELP WANTED: TIc Ncw Un-
dcrwood Posi Officc is accc¡iing
a¡¡licaiions iIru 3/18/2012 for
iIc ¡osiiion of Posinasicr Fc-
licf/Lcavc Fc¡laccncni. A
PMF/LF ¡crforns as a rclicf or
lcavc rc¡laccncni during iIc al-
scncc of iIc ¡osinasicr. Fcs¡on-
sililiiics includc cusioncr scrv-
icc, disiriluiion of nail and win-
dow scrvicc and salc of USPS rc-
iail ¡roducis. TIc PMF/LF will
worl Saiurdays; oiIcr worldays
and Iours will vary. TIc lcgin-
ning salary is $9.45 ¡cr Iour.
Coniaci Tori Islc, Posinasicr, ai
605/ 754-6456 for norc infor-
naiion. A¡¡ly onlinc ai.
Iii¡.//us¡s. con/cn¡loyncni.
NU14-1ic
AUTOMOTIVE
FOR SALE IN WALL: 1985
Dodgc Fan 4×4 ¡iclu¡, long
lo×, ncw iircs, ncw laiicry, ncw
c×Iausi, $1,500. 279-2110 or
391-1635. WP29-2ic
BUSINESS & SERVICES
BLACK HILLS GEOTHERMAL.
Wc insiall EariI Loo¡s, Duci-
worl, Infloor Hcai in Ioncs,
rancI and ligIi conncrcial. Wc
offcr dcsign, insiall and scrvicc.
www.DlaclHillsCcoiIcrnal. con
605/390-1046. P10-8i¡
HILDEBRAND STEEL & CON-
CRETE: ALL iy¡cs of concrcic
worl. FicI, Collccn and Havcn
Hildclrand. Toll-frcc. 1-877-
867-4185; Officc. 837-2621;
FicI, ccll. 431-2226; Havcn, ccll.
490-2926; Jcrry, ccll. 488-0291.
K36-ifn
TETON RIVER TRENCHING:
For all your rural waicr Iool-
u¡s, waicrlinc and ianl insialla-
iion and any lind of laclIoc
worl, call Jon Joncs, 843-2888,
Midland. PF20-52i¡
GREAT SUMMER JOB! Salcs
cסcricncc ¡rcfcrrcd lui will
irain. Salary ¡lus connission.
Possililiiy of u¡ io $12.00 ¡cr
Iour wagc. Housing is su¡¡licd
in Wall. You will nalc grcai
wagcs, ncci lois of ¡co¡lc and
Iavc fun. Posiiion availallc May
1, 2012. A¡¡ly ai ColdDiggcrs on
Mi. FusInorc Foad in Fa¡id
Ciiy or call faciory ai 348-8108
or fa× rcsunc io 348-1524.
P14-ifn
FUN! REPS NEEDED AT NON-
PROFIT! Su¡¡lcncniary wiiI
lonuscs and iravcl o¡¡oriuni-
iics. Worl wiiI forcign c×cIangc
siudcnis and Ancrican Iosi
fanilics. Musi lovc iccns and
cnlracc divcrsiiy. Flc×illc
Iours, worl fron Ionc, P/T.
Will irain. Also looling for Iosi
fanilics io Iosi siudcnis. Call
605/351-2552 or diancIj¸foric-
c×cIangc.org P14-4i¡
HELP WANTED: Ccdar Pass
Lodgc in sccnic Dadlands Na-
iional Parl is now Iiring for
2012 Scason A¡ril ÷ Oci. Wc arc
looling for ouigoing, Iardworl-
ing siaff for scasonal rciail,
rcsiaurani, cool, nainicnancc,
waiisiaff, rcscrvaiions, Iousc-
lcc¡ing, can¡ground aiicndani
¡osiiions. Cusioncr scrvicc is a
¡rioriiy for any ¡osiiion and alil-
iiy io worl in fricndly and fasi-
¡accd cnvironncni. Wc can
icacI iIc rcsi! Full Iool-u¡ siic,
Iourly wagc, lonus for scason
con¡lciion, wcclly o¡iional ncal
¡aclagc, rciail discouni, grou¡
aciiviiics, and grcai o¡¡oriuniiy
io nalc ncw acquainianccs fron
all ovcr iIc world. Scnd rcsunc
io SIaron Dics ai
sIaron.lics¸yaIoo.con or call
ai 605-433-5562. P11-4ic
EQUIPMENT SALESPERSON
WANTED: Succcssful a¡¡licani
will lc good wiiI ¡co¡lc and
Iavc a worling lnowlcdgc of
con¡uicrs. Musi Iavc a valid
drivcr's liccnsc and lc insurallc.
Will lc rcquircd io occasionally
dclivcr lull oil wiiI ¡iclu¡ and
irailcr and nalc cusioncr con-
iacis. E×ccllcni ¡ay ¡aclagc.
Salary ¡lus connission. E×ccl-
lcni lcncfii ¡aclagc. Will lc will-
ing io Iirc ¡ari-iinc, if nccdcd.
A¡¡ly ai Crosscnlurg In¡lcncni
in PIili¡. P11-ifn
MISC. FOR SALE
PARTYLITE CONSULTANT
Mary Jo Joncs is Iaving a Conc
& Co Invcniory Fcduciion SIow
on MarcI 18 & MarcI 19 fron 1
¡.n. io 7 ¡.n. daily ai rancI
Ionc. Crcai ¡roducis and grcai
dcals! 843-2105, Midland.
P14-1ic
FOR SALE: Ncw 48" round oal
liicIcn iallc wiiI Iiddcn fold-
u¡ lcaf io scai si× conforially.
Mcdiun lrown wiiI (2} naicIing
cIairs, $650. ALSO. vcry nicc
snall oal roll-io¡ dcsl
(45"H×32"W×24"D}, $200.
605/454-6914, Murdo. P13-2ic
13" MACBOOK COMPUTER
FOR SALE BY SEALED BID:
PurcIascd in 2009 ly Haalon/
Jaclson E×icnsion Officc - Orig-
inal ¡ricc $1,547.00 - Mcnory
4CD - Hard Drivc 320CD - 128
CD solid siaic drivc - luili-in
DluciooiI - in ¡crfcci running
ordcr. Scalcd lids will lc ac-
cc¡icd uniil 5.00 ¡.n. on Tucs-
day, MarcI 20, 2012, ai iIc Au-
diior's Officc ai iIc couriIousc
or scni io iIc Haalon Couniy
Audiior's Officc, PO Do× 698,
PIili¡, SD 57567. TIc
Haalon/Jaclson E×icnsion Of-
ficc rcscrvcs iIc rigIi io rcjcci
any and all lids. P13-2ic
FOR SALE: Hcavy duiy lunlcr
or laddcr racl for a sIori lo×, 4-
door ¡iclu¡. Dlacl in color. Asl-
ing $225. Call NaiIan ai 685-
3186. P47-ifn
FOR SALE: Fo¡c Iorsc Ialicrs
wiiI 10' lcad ro¡c, $15 cacI. Call
685-3317 or 837-2917. K44-ifn
NOTICESJWANTED
WANTED: Old cloiIing & scwing
¡aiicrns. Call Enily ai 605/515-
3910. F29-4i¡
CASH PAID FOR: old guns - old
Naiivc Ancrican iicns - old
¡ainiings - old ¡Ioiogra¡Is. Call
San, 605/748-2289. F29-4i¡
NOW TAKING CONSIGN-
MENTS! MacIincry & Miscclla-
ncous Auciion ai PIili¡ Livcsiocl
Auciion on Saiurday, May 19.
Posicr dcadlinc. Monday, A¡ril
23. Plcasc call 859-2577 io con-
sign. PF27-10ic
WANTED TO BUY: Junl cars
and nacIincry for crusIing. Will
¡icl u¡ ai your ¡lacc. Call 433-
5443. PF23-11i¡
WANTED: Looling for uscd oil.
Taling any iy¡c and wcigIi. Call
Milc ai 685-3068. P42-ifn
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE: 1973 Kirlwood,
24'×68'. Ncw roof, ncw Ioi waicr
Icaicr, sIccirocl cciling, ncw
furnacc, 3 lcdroons, full laiI.
PIonc 605/515-0316. F14-2i¡
HOUSE FOR SALE, LOCATED
AT 60? SUNSHINE DRIVE,
PHILIP: 3 lcdroon, 2 laiI,
2100 sq. fi. Ionc on a largc loi
locaicd on a quici cul-dc-sac.
Has aiiacIcd 2-car garagc, sior-
agc sIcd, largc dccl and an un-
dcrground s¡rinllcr sysicn
wIicI o¡craics off a ¡rivaic wcll.
Coniaci Dol Fugaic, PIili¡, ai
859-2403 (Ionc} or 515-1946
(ccll}. P3-ifn
RENTALS
LOOKING FOR ALL THE COM-
FORTS OF HOME wiiIoui Iav-
ing io now your own lawn and
scoo¡ your own snow? Moscs
Manor (PIili¡} Ias an a¡arincni
availallc siariing A¡ril 1, 2012.
TIcsc s¡acious iwo lcdroon,
iwo laiIroon, 1,200 sq. fi.
a¡arincnis arc Iandica¡ acccs-
sillc and Iavc a largc aiiacIcd
singlc car garagc. Also cnjoy iIc
gcncrous living roon and
liicIcn arcas. All najor a¡¡li-
anccs includcd. Easily Icaicd
and coolcd ly a IigI cfficicncy
clcciric Icai ¡un¡. You can sii
on iIc lacl dccl and cnjoy iIc
ouidoors! For norc infornaiion
on iIis rarc o¡¡oriuniiy in snall
iown living, coniaci Milc ai 859-
2100. P12-4ic
FOR RENT IN WALL: 2 lcdroon
Iousc, wasIcr/drycr Iool-u¡,
garagc. Fcni. $400. Call
605/341-7761. PW10-ifn
APARTMENTS: S¡acious onc
lcdroon uniis, all uiiliiics in-
cludcd. Young or old. Nccd rcnial
assisiancc or noi, wc can Iousc
you. Jusi call 1-800-481-6904 or
sio¡ in iIc lolly and ¡icl u¡ an
a¡¡licaiion. Caicway A¡ari-
ncnis, Kadola. WP32-ifn
CLASSIFIED POLICY
PLEASE READ your classificd
ad iIc firsi wccl ii runs. If you
scc an crror, wc will gladly rc-run
your ad corrccily. Wc accc¡i rc-
s¡onsililiiy Ior tbe IIrst Incor-
rect InsertIon onIy. Favcllciic
Pullicaiions, Inc. rcqucsis all
classificds and cards of iIanls
lc ¡aid for wIcn ordcrcd. A
$2.00 lilling cIargc will lc
addcd if ad is noi ¡aid ai iIc
iinc iIc ordcr is ¡laccd.
ADOPTION
CAFINC AND DEVOTED - Mar-
ricd Cou¡lc will ¡rovidc loving
and siallc Ionc for your ncw-
lorn laly. All Eסcnscs ¡aid,
for infornaiion ¡lcasc call 1-
888-728-5746, Carolyn and
Todd.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
$ATTENTION! Wc luy Frac Sand
irucling con¡anics and con-
¡lcic sand rigs. Musi Iavc irac-
iors, llowcrs, & ¡ncunaiic irail-
crs. Call Now! (888}567-4972
NEED MONEY TO PAY off lills??
Scll Avon! Worl fron Ionc.
Earn 40% on your firsi 4 ordcrs.
1-877-454-9658
EMPLOYMENT
CONTFACT SALESPEFSONS
scll acrial ¡Ioiogra¡Iy of farns,
connission lasis, $6,000-
$10,000/noniI. Provcn ¡roduci
and carnings. Travcl rcquircd;
salcs cסcricncc ncccssary.
Fccord connodiiy ¡riccs 1-877-
882-3566
CUSTEF FECIONAL SENIOF
CAFE is scarcIing for dcdicaicd,
caring nurscs io join our ican.
Wc Iavc full and ¡ari iinc LPN
and FN ¡osiiions availallc. Wc
offcr c×ccllcni lcncfiis and con-
¡ciiiivc wagcs. For norc infor-
naiion ¡lcasc coniaci TcrryAnn
Scoii ai (605} 673-2237 c×i. 29
or log onio www.rcgionalIcaliI.
con io a¡¡ly. EEOC/AA
EXECUTIVE DIFECTOF in Eco-
nonic Dcvclo¡ncni, Madison,
SD. FT.DOE, grcai lcncfiis
¡aclagc. 4 ycar dcgrcc, nini-
nun 3 ycar cסcricncc rcquircd.
Scc ¡osiing ai www.Madison-
Worls. con.
HICHWAY SUPEFINTEND-
ENT/WEED SUPEFVISOF - TIc
Lynan Couniy Connission is
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CONATA TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
Conata Township will meet as a Board
of Equalization the week of March 19,
2012, at the William Huether residence.
Appeal forms must be returned by
March 15, 2012.
Patty Huether,
Clerk
Published March 8 & 15, 2012, at the total
approximate cost of $9.76.
NOTICE OF DEADLINE
FOR FILING
NOMINATING PETITIONS
The deadline for filing nominating peti-
tions is March 27, 2012, at 5:00 p.m. Ìf a
petition is mailed by registered mail by
March 27, 2012, at 5:00 p.m., it shall be
considered filed.
Nominating petitions for the offices of
Pennington County Commissioner ÷ 4
year term (Districts 2 and 4); Pennington
County States Attorney ÷ 4 year term;
Pennington County Treasurer - 4 year
term, Delegates to the Republican Party
State Convention, Delegates to the Dem-
ocratic Party State Convention and dec-
larations of candidacy for the offices of
Republican Precinct Committeeman (1
per precinct) and Committeewoman (1
per precinct) shall be filed in the office of
the Pennington County Auditor located in
the Pennington County Courthouse at
315 Saint Joseph Street, Rapid City, SD
57701 between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m., local time.
Nominating petitions for the offices of
U.S. Representative - 2 year term; State
Senate ÷ 2 year term (Districts 27, 29, 30,
32, 33, 34 and 35); and State House ÷ 2
year term (District 27, 29, 30, 32, 33, 34
and 35) shall be filed in the office of the
Secretary of State, State Capitol Building,
500 East Capitol Avenue, Pierre, SD
57501 between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m., Central Time Zone (CST).
Julie A. Pearson
Pennington County Auditor
Published March 8 & 15, 2010, at the total
approximate cost of $27.91.
CROOKED CREEK
TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
Crroked Creek Township #25 will meet
as a Board of Equalization Monday,
March 19, 2012, at 7:00 p.m., at the
Clerk's residence.
Appeal forms must be returned to the
clerk by March 15, 2012.
Neva Hamann,
Clerk
Published March 8 & 15, 2015, at the total
approximate cost of $11.05.
RAINY CREEK
CHEYENNE
TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
The Board of Equalization of the Rainy
Creek Cheyenne Township will meet at
the Fred Eisenbraun home, the week of
March 19 through March 23, 2012.
Please call 457-2543 for appointments.
Appeal forms may be picked up at the
home of the clerk, and must be returned
by MARCH 15, 2012.
Doris Eisenbraun,
Clerk
Published March 8 & 15, 2012, at the total
approximate cost of $12.35.
LAKE CREEK
TOWNSHIP #6
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
Lake Creek Township #6 will meet as
a Board of Equalization on Monday,
March 19, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. at the
Nathan Kjerstad home.
Appeal forms must be returned to the
clerk by March 15, 2012.
Heather Nelson,
Clerk
Published March 15, 2012, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $6.14.
NOTICE OF HEARING
FOR ADULT NAME CHANGE
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CIV C-12-365
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA)
) ss
COUNTY OF PENNÌNGTON)
Ìn the Matter of the Petition Regarding
Susan Marie Hills
(Current Name)
For a Change of Name to
Susan Marie Peterson
(Proposed Name)
NOTÌCE ÌS HEREBY GÌVEN a Verified
Petition for Adult Name Change has been
filed by Susan Marie Hills the object and
prayer of which is to change Petitioner's
name from Susan Marie Hills to Susan
Marie Peterson. On the 6th day of April,
2012, at the hour of 10:15 a.m. said veri-
fied petition will be heard by this Court be-
fore the Honorable Trimble Presiding, at
the Court Room in the Pennington County
Courthouse, City of Rapid City, Penning-
ton County, South Dakota, or as soon
thereafter as is convenient for the court.
Anyone may come and appear at that
time and place and show reasons, if any,
why said name should not be changed as
requested.
Dated this 2nd day of March, 2012 at
Pennington County, South Dakota.
/s/Jaye Larsen
Clerk of Court
ATTEST:
/s/Ranae Truman
Clerk of Court
By: Jaye Larsen
Deputy
Published: March 8, 15, 22 & 29, 2012, at
the total approximate cost of $65.03.
QUINN TOWN BOARD
OF TRUSTEES
REGULAR MEETING
MARCH 5, 2012
The Quinn Town Board met at 7 pm on
Monday, March 5, 2012, at the Quinn
Community Center with the following
members present Kevin Wenzel, Patty
Coleman and Juston Eisenbraun. Others
present were Lorna Moore, Larry Gravatt,
Mike Luedeman, and Finance Officer
Deborah Bryan.
Motion by Kevin, seconded by Patty to
approve the agenda, motion carried.
Patty made a motion, seconded by Jus-
ton to approve the minutes of the last
meeting, motion carried. Motion by Jus-
ton, seconded by Patty to approve the fi-
nancial statement, motion carried.
Ron Bengs will be attending the April
meeting with schematic layouts for the
sewer system for the Town of Quinn.
Larry Gravatt spoke to the members
about an ambulance district, some ques-
tions were answered. The members are
asking everyone in town to attend the
next meeting which Larry will attend and
explain again. At that time the members
will make a decision, whether to join the
district or opt out.
Deborah reported that the equalization
meeting will be held on March 19, objec-
tion forms may be picked up from Patty or
Deborah. Completed forms must be re-
turned to Deborah by March 15 at 5 p.m.
Motion by Kevin, seconded by Juston
to approve the vouchers, motion carried.
The following vouchers were paid:
WREA, $209.00; Pennington County
Courant, $41.91; WRLJ Rural Water,
$20.00; Kevin Wenzel, $25.00; Patty
Coleman, $25.00; Juston Eisenbraun,
$25.00; Deborah Bryan, $200.00;
SDPAA, $54.00; NASASP, $39.00; CHS,
$205.22.
With all business complete, the meet-
ing was adjourned.
Deborah Bryan
Finance Officer
Town of Quinn
Published March 15, 2012, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $18.52.
CEDAR BUTTE
TOWNSHIP #4
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
The Cedar Butte Township #4 Supervi-
sors will meet as a Board of Equalization
on Monday, March 19, 2012, at 7:00 p.m.,
in the home of Gene Patterson, Township
Clerk, for the purpose of reviewing and
equalizing all property within the town-
ship.
Complaint on your assessment may be
made to your local Township Board of
Equalization by filing written notice with
the clerk no later than Thursday, March
15, 2012. My address is Gene Patterson,
18523 228th St., Wall, SD 57790.
Gene Patterson,
Township Clerk
Published March 8 & 15, 2012, at the total
approximate cost of $15.59.
NOTICE OF VACANCY
AND FILING DEADLINE
WEST RIVER WATER
DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
The following offices will become vacant
due to the expiration of the present terms
of office or changes in director areas of
the elective directors:
DÌRECTOR 2: Representing the cities of
Kadoka, Cottonwood, and Belvidere in
Jackson County; Grandview ÌÌ, Wall, Jew-
ett, and Weta townships in Jackson
County; the cities of Quinn and Wall in
Pennington County; Fairview, Lake
Creek, Lake Flat, Wasta, Lake Hill, and
Quinn townships in Pennington County;
and Northwest Jackson and Northeast
Jackson Unorganized Territories in Jack-
son County. FOUR YEAR TERM.
DÌRECTOR 4: Representing the cities of
Draper and Murdo in Jones County; Pratt,
Rose, Vivian, Bailey, Pleasant, and Rex
townships in Lyman County; Mussman,
Buffalo, Draper, Dunkel, Kolls, Virgil, and
South Creek townships in Jones County;
Central Lyman, East Lyman, and West
Lyman Unorganized Territories in Lyman
County; Rich Valley, Central Jones, and
North Jones Unorganized Territories in
Jones County; and the cities of Presho
and Kennebec in Lyman County. FOUR
YEAR TERM.
Nominating petitions may be obtained
Monday through Friday from the following
offices between the hours of:
8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at Secretary
of State's office & County Auditor's office
8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. at West River
Water Development District office
(a) Secretary of State
State Capitol, Suite 204
500 E. Capitol
Pierre, SD 57501
Phone No. 773-3537
(b) West River Water Development
District
PO Box 407
307 Main Street
Murdo, SD 57559-0407
Phone No. 669-2931
(c) All local County Auditor's offices
The petition must be filed with the Secre-
tary of State's office no earlier than the 1st
day of January, 2012, and no later than
5:00 p.m. CT, Tuesday, March 27, 2012,
for the primary election. Petitions which
are mailed by REGÌSTERED OR CERTÌ-
FÌED MAÌL prior to 5:00 p.m. CT, March
27, 2012, the last day to file, will be con-
sidered timely filed.
Jake Fitzgerald, Manager
West River Water Development District
Published March 8 & 15, 2012, at the total
approximate cost of $49.39.
PENNINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES
MARCH 1, 2012
A special meeting of the Pennington County Board of Commissioners was held on
Thursday, March 1, 2012, in the Commissioners' meeting room of the Pennington
County Courthouse. Chairperson Lyndell Petersen called the meeting to order at 3:00
p.m. with the following Commissioners present: Ron Buskerud, Ken Davis, Don Hol-
loway and Nancy Trautman.
Bid Opening for the Pennington County Courthouse Campus Expansion Project
Bids were received from (1) Ascent Construction Ìnc., (2) Dean Kurtz Construction
Company, (3) Gustafson Builders, (4) J. Scull Construction Services Ìnc., (5) Roche
Constructors Ìnc. and (6) Sampson Construction Ìnc. as tabulated below.
BID TABULATION
**A representative from Ascent Construction acknowledged a discrepancy between
written and numeric costs at the meeting. This representative confirmed that the nu-
meric costs were the intended bid numbers.
MOVED by Trautman and seconded by Buskerud to accept the bids as submitted.
Vote: Unanimous. The bid for the Pennington County Courthouse Campus Expansion
Project will be awarded during the Board of Commissioners' meeting on March 6, 2012.
Bid documents are on file at the Commissioners' office and Pennington County
Buildings & Grounds.
Library CoIIaboration PIanning Committee Appointments
Chairperson Petersen appointed Commissioner Trautman to represent Pennington
County on the Library Collaboration Planning Committee and offered the services of
Chief Deputy State's Attorney Jay Alderman as needed.
Adjourn
MOVED by Davis and seconded by Buskerud to adjourn the meeting. Vote: Unani-
mous. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 3:40 p.m.
/s/Julie A. Pearson, Auditor
Published March 15, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $96.42.
(1) Ascent (2) Dean Kurtz
Construction Inc. Construction
Company
Bid Guarantee X X
Acknowledged Addenda X X
Base Bid **$23,764,000.00 $22714000.00
Bid Ìtem #1 ÷ Site **$2,350,000.00 $2037000.00
Bid Ìtem #2 - Evidence Bldg/Energy Plant $5699000.00 $6207000.00
Bid Ìtem #3 - Administration Bldg **$15,715,000.00 $14470000.00
Alternate #1 - Composite Panels $38000.00 $10800.00
Alternate #2 - Operable Partition ($21000.00) ($20000.00)
Alternate #3 - Aquatherm Greenpipe ($21200.00) ($20000.00)
Alternate #4 - Aquatherm Climatherm ($74100.00) ($24000.00)
Alternate #5 - Transformer & UPS Units ($28500.00) ($28000.00)
Sub-contractor - Mechanical (HVAC) Precision Mechanical Tessier's Ìnc.
Sub-contractor - Mechanical (Plumbing) Heil Mechanical Heil Mechanical
Sub-contractor - Electrical Muth Electric Muth Electric
**Discrepancy ÷ Written Base Bid $20764000.00
**Discrepancy ÷ Written Bid Ìtem #1 $2300000.00
**Discrepancy ÷ Written Bid Ìtem #3 $15700000.00
(3) Gustafson (4) J. ScuII
BuiIders Construction
Services
Bid Guarantee X X
Acknowledged Addenda X X
Base Bid $24258000.00 $22600000.00
Bid Ìtem #1 - Site $2480000.00 $2400000.00
Bid Ìtem #2 - Evidence Bldg/Energy Plant $6352000.00 $6200000.00
Bid Ìtem #3 - Administration Bldg $15426000.00 $14000000.00
Alternate #1 - Composite Panels $11000.00 $11000.00
Alternate #2 - Operable Partition ($21000.00) ($20000.00)
Alternate #3 - Aquatherm Greenpipe ($22000.00) ($21000.00)
Alternate #4 - Aquatherm Climatherm ($72000.00) ($73000.00)
Alternate #5 - Transformer & UPS Units $16500.00 ($28000.00)
Sub-contractor - Mechanical (HVAC) Precision Mechanical Precision
Mechanical
Sub-contractor - Mechanical (Plumbing) Heil Mechanical Heil Mechanical
Sub-contractor - Electrical Muth Electric Muth Electric
(5) Roche (6) Sampson
Constuctors Inc. Construction
Inc.
Bid Guarantee X X
Acknowledged Addenda X X
Base Bid $26105000.00 $24171000.00
Bid Ìtem #1 - Site $2464900.00 $2242000.00
Bid Ìtem #2 - Evidence Bldg/Energy Plant $7060700.00 $6354000.00
Bid Ìtem #3 - Administration Bldg $16579400.00 $15575000.00
Alternate #1 - Composite Panels $13000.00 $12400.00
Alternate #2 - Operable Partition ($21400.00) ($24500.00)
Alternate #3 - Aquatherm Greenpipe ($19900.00) ($13800.00)
Alternate #4 - Aquatherm Climatherm ($45000.00) ($52200.00)
Alternate #5 - Transformer & UPS Units ($26000.00) ($34000.00)
Sub-contractor - Mechanical (HVAC) Precision Mechanical Precision
Mechanical
Sub-contractor - Mechanical (Plumbing) Heil Mechanical Heil Mechanical
Sub-contractor - Electrical Muth Electric Muth Electric
STATEMENT OF NET ASSETS
PENNINGTON COUNTY
December 31, 2011
Primary Government
GovernmentaI Component
Activities TotaI Units
ASSETS:
Cash and Cash Equivalents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56,506,081.36 . . . . . . . . . . 56,506,081.36 . . . . . . . . . 1,881,948.00
Ìnvestments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,590,551.52 . . . . . . . . . . . 4,590,551.52 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95,217.00
Accounts Receivable, Net. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,310,359.46 . . . . . . . . . . . 3,310,359.46 . . . . . . . . . . . . 159,283.00
Due from Component Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ìnternal Balances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ìnventories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,197,916.63 . . . . . . . . . . . 1,197,916.63 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33,054.00
Deferred Charges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,482.22. . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,482.22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77,819.00
Restricted Assets:
Cash and cash equivalents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212.14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212.14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192,831.00
Ìnvestments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,150,917.00
Capital Assets:
Land, Ìmprovements and Construction in
Progress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,466,146.00 . . . . . . . . . . . 8,466,146.00 . . . . . . . . . . 1,979,446.00
Other Capital Assets, Net of Depreciation . . . . . . . . . . . 101,764,873.97 . . . . . . . . . 101,764,873.97. . . . . . . . 11,743,166.00

TOTAL ASSETS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176,357,623.30 . . . . . . . . . 176,357,623.30 . . . . . . . 23,313,681.00
LIABILITIES:
Accounts Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,119,048.12 . . . . . . . . . . . 1,119,048.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . 170,889.00
Deferred Revenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 240,369.52. . . . . . . . . . . . . 240,369.52 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24,633.00
Other Current Liabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146,342.00
Noncurrent Liabilities:
Due Within One Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,504,974.64 . . . . . . . . . . . 3,504,974.64 . . . . . . . . . . . . 107,521.00
Due in More than One Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57,557,411.96 . . . . . . . . . . 57,557,411.96. . . . . . . . . . 3,621,053.00

TOTAL LIABILITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62,421,804.24 . . . . . . . . . . 62,421,804.24 . . . . . . . . . 4,070,438.00
NET ASSETS:
Ìnvested in Capital Assets, Net of Related Debt . . . . . . . . . 83,283,826.46 . . . . . . . . . . 83,283,826.46 . . . . . . . . 10,220,969.00
Restricted for:
Road and Bridge Purposes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,474,891.07 . . . . . . . . . . 11,474,891.07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Capital Projects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Debt Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Permanently Restricted Purposes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other Purposes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,366,240.43 . . . . . . . . . . . 7,366,240.43 . . . . . . . . . . . . 925,758.00
Unrestricted (Deficit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,810,861.10 . . . . . . . . . . 11,810,861.10. . . . . . . . . . 8,096,516.00

TOTAL NET ASSETS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113,935,819.06 . . . . . . . . . 113,935,819.06. . . . . . . . 19,243,243.00
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176,357,623.30 . . . . . . . . . 176,357,623.30 . . . . . . . 23,313,681.00
*Unaudited 2011 Financial Reports
Published March, 15, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $85.60.
STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES
PENNINGTON COUNTY
December 31, 2011
Net (Expense) Revenue and
Expenses Program Revenues Changes in Net Assets
Operating CapitaI Primary Government
Charges for Grants and Grants and GovernmentaI Component
Functions/Programs Services Contributions Contributions Activities TotaI Units
Primary Government:
Governmental Activities:
General Government . . . . . . . . . . . .14,143,048.86 . . . . . 1,822,997.86 . . . 492,649.77. . . . . 0.00. . . . . . . . . . . (11,827,401.23) . . . . (11,827,401.23) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Public Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29,355,322.10 . . . . . 11,585,622.29 . . 1,566,652.28 . . . 0.00. . . . . . . . . . . (16,203,047.53) . . . . (16,203,047.53) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Public Works . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8,649,487.63 . . . . . . 202,190.37 . . . . . 4,968,858.95 . . . 0.00. . . . . . . . . . . (3,478,438.31) . . . . . (3,478,438.31) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Health and Welfare . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,373,533.20 . . . . . . 525,163.58 . . . . . 49,748.96. . . . . . 0.00. . . . . . . . . . . (1,798,620.66) . . . . . (1,798,620.66) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Culture and Recreation . . . . . . . . . .530,133.00. . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . 0.00. . . . . . . . . . . (530,133.00) . . . . . . (530,133.00) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Conservation of Natural Resources .518,897.49. . . . . . . . 164,861.79 . . . . . 32,576.65. . . . . . 0.00. . . . . . . . . . . (321,459.05) . . . . . . (321,459.05) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Urban and Economic Development .815,807.60. . . . . . . . 116,205.44 . . . . . 267,949.76. . . . . 0.00. . . . . . . . . . . (431,652.40) . . . . . . (431,652.40) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Payments to Local Education
Agencies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . 0.00. . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
**Depreciation Expense - Unallocated. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . 0.00. . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
*Ìnterest on Long-term Debt . . . . . . .3,654,600.44 . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . 0.00. . . . . . . . . . . (3,654,600.44) . . . . . (3,654,600.44) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Total Governmental Activities . . . . . . .60,040,830.32 . . . . . 14,417,041.33 . . 7,378,436.37 . . . 0.00. . . . . . . . . . . (38,245,352.62) . . . . (38,245,352.62) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Business-type Activities:
Hospital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Solid Waste . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Total Business-type Activities . . . . . . . .0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . 0.00. . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

TotaI Primary Government . . . . . . . .60,040,830.32 . . . . . 14,417,041.33 . . 7,378,436.37 . . . 0.00. . . . . . . . . . . (38,245,352.62) . . . . (38,245,352.62) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Component Units:
Pennington County Housing . . . . . .11,170,275.00 . . . . . 1,751,797.00 . . . 8,513,042.00 . . . 854,479.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (50,957.00)

GeneraI Revenues:
Taxes:
Property Taxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35,041,013.07 . . . . . 35,041,013.07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wheel Tax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
911 Telephone Surcharge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 959,020.13. . . . . . . . 959,020.13. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
State Shared Revenues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 904,654.21. . . . . . . . 904,654.21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grants and Contributions not Restricted to Specific Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,099,824.31 . . . . . . 1,099,824.31. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00
Unrestricted Ìnvestment Earnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146,444.70. . . . . . . . 146,444.70. . . . . . . . . . . . 230,285.00
Miscellaneous Revenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,301,657.81 . . . . . . 1,301,657.81 . . . . . . . . . . 323,007.00
Special Ìtems
Extraordinary Ìtems
Transfers
TotaI GeneraI Revenues, SpeciaI Items Extraordinary Items and Transfers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39,452,614.23. . . 39,452,614.23 . . . . . 553,292.00
Change in Net Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,207,261.61 . . . . . . 1,207,261.61 . . . . . . . . . . 502,335.00
Net Assets-Beginning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112,728,557.45. . 112,728,557.45 . . . . 18,740,908.00
Adjustments:
Adjusted Net Assets-Beginning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112,728,557.45. . 112,728,557.45 . . . . 18,740,908.00
NET ASSETS - ENDING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113,935,819.06. . 113,935,819.06 . . . . 19,243,243.00
*Unaudited 2011 Financial Reports
Published March 15, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $87.98.
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TUESDAY, MAR. 20: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE
& FECULAF CATTLE SALE. WEIGH-UPS: 10.00 A.M.
FANNING ANGUS: 12.00 P.M. (MT} FEEDER CATTLE TO
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AN÷ALL NATUFAL, ASV÷ACE & SOUFCE VEFIFICATION
PARSONS - 400 DLK & FED CLVS; FS,NI ................600-750=
LONG - 325 DLK & DWF STFS & DV HFFS;
FS,NI,STFS ASV...................................................575-700=
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FS,NI....................................................................600-700=
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DOLE2AL - 175 DLK STFS; FS,NI,AN ......................600-650=
OLIVIER - 175 DLK & FED CLVS; FS,NI..................600-700=
JONES & SONS - 100 DLK & A FEW FED DV HFFS;
FS,NI....................................................................550-600=
VOLMER - 80 DLK STFS; FS,NI,AN ................................570=
KIEFFER - 70 DLK MOSTLY HFFS; FS,NI ...............600-650=
PARSONS - 60 DLK & FED CLVS; FS,NI..................600-750=
GRIMES - 50 FED ANC STFS & DV HFFS; FS,NI ....400-550=
MANSFIELD - 40 DLK & DWF DV HFFS; FS,NI.......550-600=
BRUNS - 30 DLK HFFS; FS,NI .................................500-550=
TOPE - 20 MOSTLY DLK STFS; FS,NI ......................700-800=
STARR - 13 DWF & FWF CLVS; FS .........................450-500=
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TUESDAY, APR. 3: SLOVEK FANCH ANCUS & ANCUS
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TUESDAY, APR. 10: ANDEFS & DAMFOW LONCHOFN
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WEDNESDAY, APR. 11: TFASK & PETEFSON ANCUS
1.00 P.M. (MT}
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TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 2012
A IIgbter run oI bred cattIe and weIgb-up cattIe Ior our
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BRED CATTLE:
MIKE & RHONDA ANTONSEN - WANBLEE
3...........FED 5 & 6 YF OLD COWS 1510=......$1,925.00
37.........FED SOLID MOUTH COWS 1370=......$1,825.00
6.............FED DFK MOUTH COWS 1315=......$1,400.00
1..........................FED HFF PAIF 970=........$2,075.00
LARRY & JOHN DOLE2AL - BELVIDERE
18....DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH COWS 1313= $1,535.00
17 ......DLK & DWF DFK MOUTH COWS 1295= $1,425.00
LARRY CARLSON - PIERRE
1 .DFOWN SWISS 5 YF OLD NUFSE COW 1680= $2,100.00
WEIGH-UPS:
GARY BLOCK - MIDLAND
1.....................................FED DULL 1515= ...$105.50
LARRY DENKE - LONG VALLEY
1 .....................................FED COW 1410= .....$94.00
1 ....................................FWF HFFT 1085= ...$105.00
BART & JANICE PARSONS - MILESVILLE
1......................................DLK COW 1225= .....$91.50
JERRY ROGHAIR - OKATON
1......................................DLK COW 1525= .....$91.00
1 .....................................DWF COW 1370= .....$87.50
MERLE & LINDA STILWELL - KADOKA
1....................................CHAF COW 1375= .....$91.00
1....................................CHAF COW 1265= .....$90.00
2...........................FED & DLK HFTS 1085= ...$105.00
LARRY DOLE2AL - BELVIDERE
1......................................DLK COW 1250= .....$90.00
ROSS & AIMEE BLOCK - MIDLAND
1.....................................FED DULL 2085= ...$112.00
1.....................................DLK HFFT 1030= ...$107.00
CHARLES & JANET VANDERMAY - KADOKA
2 ...................................DLK HFFTS 923= .....$118.00
1.....................................DLK HFFT 935= .....$114.50
1................................DLK COWETTE 1125= ...$102.00
BILLIE PARSONS - MILESVILLE
7 ....................................DLK COWS 1451= .....$89.00
5 ....................................DLK COWS 1686= .....$88.75
7 ....................................DLK COWS 1430= .....$88.50
6 ....................................DLK COWS 1838= .....$87.25
1......................................DLK COW 1325= .....$87.00
1.....................................DLK HFFT 1055= ...$109.00
1 ...................................HEFF DULL 2080= ...$102.00
1 ...................................HEFF DULL 2280= .....$98.50
1 ...................................HEFF DULL 2370= .....$96.00
DAVID SCOTT - OWANKA
1 .....................................DWF COW 1250= .....$89.50
1......................................DLK COW 1465= .....$88.50
DELORIS POSS - PHILIP
1.....................................DLK HFFT 955= .....$109.00
CHARLES & ELEANOR 2UCCARO - MIDLAND
1 .....................................DLK DULL 2105= ...$109.00
LONNIE ARNESON - ELM SPRINGS
8 ...................................DLK HFFTS 1064= ...$109.00
1 .....................................DWF COW 1225= .....$88.50
1......................................DLK COW 1360= .....$87.00
BILL SLOVEK - PHILIP
1 .....................................DLK DULL 2395= ...$106.00
RYAN & CHRISSY ELSHERE - ELM SPRINGS
2 ...................................DLK HFFTS 1165= .....$97.50
MICKEY SIMONS - WHITE OWL
1................................DLK COWETTE 1010= ...$108.00
1 .....................................DLK DULL 2025= .....$96.00
DAVID HAND - MIDLAND
1......................................DLK COW 1340= .....$89.50
CHUCK 2UCCARO - MIDLAND
1......................................DLK COW 1535= .....$88.00
BRENT WEBER - LONG VALLEY
1 .....................................DLK DULL 1945= ...$103.00
1 .....................................DLK DULL 1925= .....$98.50
1 ...................................HEFF DULL 1485= .....$95.00
MATT ELDRIDGE - MIDLAND
1 .....................................DLK DULL 1715= ...$100.50
SCOTT BOOMER - INTERIOR
1.....................................FED DULL 1615= .....$99.00
KEN BARTLETT - INTERIOR
2.........................DLK & DWF HFFTS 1178= .....$95.00
1 .....................................DLK DULL 2060= .....$98.50
GOLDEN WILLOW SEEDS - MIDLAND
1 .....................................DLK DULL 1480= .....$98.50
LANDON STOUT - KADOKA
1..............................CHAF COWETTE 1280= .....$93.00
JERRY STOUT - KADOKA
1....................................CHAF COW 1445= .....$87.50
1....................................CHAF COW 1720= .....$87.00
2............................CHAF COWETTES 1200= .....$94.00
Pennìngton ·ounty ·ourant - Narch +ç, ±o+± - Page +o
utes.
Clean up Day was discussed and a
date was set for 9:00am on Saturday,
May 12th. A dumpster will be placed at
the community center for two (2) weeks
for community usage. Refreshments will
be served at 8:30am at the community
center before clean up begins.
Motion by Justin, second by Stan to ap-
prove changing the April board meeting to
Monday, the 9th. Motion carried.
With all business complete, Justin ad-
journed the meeting at 7:54pm.
Carolynn Anderson
Finance Officer
Town of Wasta
Published March 15, 2012, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $50.54.
LAKE HILL
TOWNSHIP #5
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
Lake Hill Township #5 will meet as a
Board Of Equalization on Monday, March
19, 2012, at 7 p.m., at Terry Peters' shop.
Appeal forms must be returned to the
clerk by March 15, 2012.
Anita Heathershaw,
Clerk
Published March 15, 2012, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $5.78.
LAKE FLAT
TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
The Lake Flat Township #8 will meet as
a Board of Equalization the week of
WASTA TOWN BOARD
OF TRUSTEES
MARCH 5, 2012
The Wasta Town Board held their reg-
ular meeting on Monday, March 5, 2012
at the community building. Board Presi-
dent Justin Crawford called the meeting
to order at 7:00pm with board members
Dorreen Skillingstad and Stan McNabb
present. Persons attending the meeting
were Tammy Green.
Motion by Justin, second by Dorreen to
approve the February 6th minutes as
read. Motion carried.
Motion by Justin, second by Dorreen to
approve the financial statement as given.
Motion carried.
Motion by Justin, second by Stan to ap-
prove the bills as follows: Justin Crawford,
February wages: $28.30; Dorreen
Skillingstad, February wages: $23.59;
Tammy Green, February wages: $566.10;
Carolynn Anderson, February wages/of-
fice supplies: $301.30; Walker Refuse,
garbage pickup: $629.16; WREA, elec-
tricity: $718.76: Pennington Co. Courant,
publishing: $42.24; Energy Laboratories,
water test: $12.50; WBC, supplies: $7.99;
Midwest Cooperatives, propane: $518.03;
EFTPS, payroll tax: $126.35. Motion car-
ried.
Carolynn shared a letter that was re-
ceived by David Bowman. Ìn the letter he
is disputing a balance due on his water
account for his house meter. Bowman
commented in the letter that he intended
to address his issues with the mayor and
council in Wall. Carolynn commented
Bowman does not understand that Wall
and Wasta are separate municipalities.
She is the finance officer for both, but the
Wall Council does not have jurisdiction in
Wasta and the Wasta board does not
have jurisdiction in Wall. Dorreen stated
"as finance officer you are doing your job
as instructed by the board and Ì will back
you on that.¨
Motion by Justin, second by Dorreen to
approve Policy 12-1; turning meters on.
Motion carried.
Motion by Dorreen, second by Stan to
approve to approve the 1st reading of Or-
dinance 12-1; amending Ordinance #40,
Animals. Motion carried.
Motion by Stan, second by Dorreen to
approve Resolution 12-3; Wasta Ìnclusion
on Ambulance District. Motion carried.
RESOLUTION 12-3
RESOLUTION FOR TOWN
OF WASTA INCLUSION IN
THE EASTERN
PENNINGTON COUNTY AM-
BULANCE DISTRICT
WHEREAS, The Board of
Trustees for the municipality of
Wasta, South Dakota having
met at their regular meeting on
the 5th day of March, 2012;
and
WHEREAS, The Town of
Wasta recognizes the need
and importance for a qualified
and reliably funded Basic Life
Support service based in Wall,
South Dakota servicing the
Wasta community, and
WHEREAS, an organized Am-
bulance District would need to
be formed to set boundaries for
this service, and
WHEREAS, The Town of
Wasta chooses to be included
within the boundaries of this
ambulance district,
BE IT RESOLVED, the Town of
Wasta shall by this resolution,
support said district publicly; as
it is presented to the Commis-
sioners of Pennington County,
South Dakota for approval by
Resolution.
Dated this 5th day of March,
2012.
________________
/s/Justin Crawford,
Board of Trustee
Attest:
__________________
/s/Carolynn Anderson,
Finance Officer
Motion by Justin, second by Dorreen to
approve the Annual report. Motion car-
ried.
Letters will be sent to the expired build-
ing permits; informing them they will need
to get an extension approved by the
board.
The Equalization meeting is scheduled
for March 19th beginning at 6:30pm. Pa-
perwork needs to be turned into the fi-
nance officer by 4:00pm on March 15th.
Barb Williamson will be contacted on
whether she will consider taking the min-
March 19 through March 23, 2012 in the
First Ìnterstate Bank basement.
Protest forms must be returned to the
clerk by March 15, 2012
William Bielmaier,
Township Clerk
Published March 15, 2012, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $6.14.
NOTICE OF HEARING
BEFORE THE PENNINGTON
COUNTY
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Notice is hereby given that William Noor-
dermeer has petitioned the Pennington
County Planning Board of Commission-
ers for vacation of the following described
unopened Section Line Highway under
the provisions of SDCL 31-3-6.1:
Legal Description: Section Line Right-of-
Way situated in the Balance of Lot 3; Lot
A of Lot 3; Lot A of Lot 4; Lot B of Lots 4
and 5; Lot C of Lots 4 and 5; Lot A of Lot
5 and Lot 2 of Lot 6, all in Clear Creek
Placer M.S. No. 1184, located in the
SE1/4 of SW1/4 and in the SW1/4 of
SE1/4 of Section 15 and in the NE1/4 of
NW1/4 and the NW1/4 of NE1/4 of Sec-
tion 22, T1N, R5E, 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
20th day of March, 2012. At this time, any
person interested may appear and show
cause, if there be any, why such requests
should or should not be granted.
ADA Compliance: Pennington County
fully subscribes to the provisions of the
Americans with Disabilities Act. Ìf 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 March 8, 2012, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $15.25.
QUINN TOWNSHIP #1
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
The Quinn Township #1 will meet as a
Board of Equalization on Monday, March
19, 2012, at 7:30 p.m., at the Clerk's res-
idence.
Appeal forms must be returned to the
clerk by March 15, 2012.
Bonna Fortune,
Clerk
Published March 15, 2012, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $5.78.
NOTICE OF HEARING
BEFORE THE PENNINGTON
COUNTY
PLANNING AND ZONING
COMMISSION
Notice is hereby given that the following
petitioners have applied to the Penning-
ton County Planning and Zoning Com-
mission under the provisions of the Pen-
nington County Zoning Ordinance as fol-
lows:
Curtis Catoe has applied for a Minor
Planned Unit Development Amendment
to allow a temporary sawmill on the sub-
ject property located on Lot 10R, Wheel
Ìnn #3, Section 2, T1S, R5E, BHM, Pen-
nington County, South Dakota, 23561
Heald Trail, in accordance with Section
213 of the Pennington County Zoning Or-
dinance.
Notice is further given that said applica-
tions will be heard by the Pennington
County Planning and Zoning Commission
in the County Courthouse at 9:00 a.m. on
the 26th day of March 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. Ìf 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 March 15, 2012, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $15.25.
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE TO REDEEM
FROM TAX DEED
To the following owners of record or their
unknown executors, administrators, heirs,
devisees, or legatees.
080431 LOT 4 AND THE NORTH 40
FEET (N40') OF LOT 5 ÌN BLOCK
10 MADSEN ADDÌTÌON TO THE
TOWN OF UNDERWOOD, NOW
CÌTY OF NEW UNDERWOOD,
PENNÌNGTON COUNTY, SOUTH
DAKOTA. (ÌD 54825) BENÌTA R
WHÌTE-GÌLBERT, GARY C
GÌLBERT, FÌRST WESTERN
BANK, STATE OF SOUTH
DAKOTA AND ÌRS.
You are hereby notified that, at a sale of
land and lots for unpaid taxes by the
County Treasurer of Pennington County,
South Dakota, the aforesaid described
real property situated in Pennington
County, South Dakota was first offered for
sale at public auction to competitive bid-
ders. Not having been sold for want of
bidders, said County Treasurer's Certifi-
cates of sale for same was issued by the
County Treasurer of Pennington County,
South Dakota, who is now the lawful
owner thereof. The right of redemption
will expire and deeds for said lots will be
made upon expiration of sixty days from
completed service of notices.
Dated at Rapid City, this 6th day of March
2012
Janet Sayler
Treasurer of Pennington County
Published March 15 & 22, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $27.91.
PENO TOWNSHIP #9
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
Peno Township #9 will meet as a Board
of Equalization March 19 and March 20,
2012, at the Gerald Julson residence, at
7:00 p.m.
Appeal forms must be returned to the
clerk by March 15, 2012.
Pierre Pippert,
Clerk
Published March 15, 2012, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $5.78.
HURON
TOWNSHIP #10
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
The Huron Township #10 will hold their
Board of Equalization meeting on March
20, 2012 at 7:00 p.m., at the Mitch Kam-
merer residence.
Mitch Kammerer,
Township Clerk
Published March 15, 2012, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $5.42.
ASH TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
Ash Township will meet as a Board of
Equalization on Monday, March 19, 2012,
at 7:00 p.m., at the Josh Geigle resi-
dence, and through March 23 as needed.
Appeal forms must be returned to the
clerk by Thursday, March 15, 2012.
Shasta Geigle,
Clerk
Published March 15, 2012, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $6.14.

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