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“There are many mixed emotions that surround the recent news of being offered the Brandon Valley Superintendent position,” Timber Lake School Supt. Jarod Larson said on Monday. “I am excited to take on a new leadership challenge, but truly love the Timber Lake School... + continue reading
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By Kathy Nelson   After sitting out for two years, Ryan Maher is running again for the State Legislature. Maher, 38, of Isabel has filed for the District 28 Senate seat as a Republican. Maher held the seat for eight years, then became ineligible for reelection due to... + continue reading
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The Timber Lake girls basketball team reached its highest point total of the season Jan. 26 at home versus the Bison Cardinals, winning 76-27. Three Panthers shared the scoring lead with 12 points each, as Josie White, Sydney Maher and Sydnee Mettler each scored a dozen.... + continue reading
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A fourth quarter charge by Timber Lake couldn’t outweigh a tough start at Ft. Yates Jan. 25 as Standing Rock took a 70-61 victory. Although the Panther boys outscored the Warriors 20-12 in the fourth quarter, Standing Rock’s 18-6 start helped them hold on to the lead. Kole... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
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Timber Lake Head Coach Jordan Weisbeck and Panther players LaShae Nash (14), Lexy White (11) and Chyanne Ducheneaux (13) celebrate TLHS’s buzzer beater victory over Faith in the Little Moreau Conference tournament championship game Saturday at Lemmon. To view more please log in or subscribe... + continue reading

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By Dana Hess   Extra funding for teacher pay dominated the discussion on January 28 when legislative party leaders met with the South Dakota Newspaper Association at Pierre. The half-cent sales tax increase proposed by Gov. Dennis... + continue reading
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By Robert Slocum   A division between the town of Isabel and the Dept. of Transportation over snow removal is no closer to being resolved following a conference between local and regional D.O.T. representatives and the Isabel town... + continue reading

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By Kathy Nelson  On January 15, Pam Locken sat at her almost-bare desk in the basement of the Isabel Community Clinic, where she has spent most of her working life — more than 35 years. On her last day as CEO of Prairie Community Health, she wasn’t answering email or taking phone... + continue reading
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By Robert Slocum  The Dupree Tigers boys basketball team went 1-2 in the past week, picking up their second victory of  the season in the process. All three recent games were against LMC opponents. The Tigers dropped an 82-40 contest at Lemmon on Jan. 15, defeated Tiospaye Topa 69-58 at... + continue reading
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By Robert Slocum  The Dupree Tigers won their first round contest in the girls Little Moreau Conference tournament Thursday at McIntosh and finished fourth overall in the 8-team tournament. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading

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By Kathy Nelson   Just before I went to see the Academy Award-nominated movie “The Revenant,” someone told me, “If you go expecting Hollywood, not... + continue reading