Voter registration for South Dakota’s November 4 general election closed on Monday but the campaigning continues for two more weeks. The state and local election and the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal election are on the same day. Absentee voting has already begun. Dewey County Auditor Kyrie Lemburg said Monday that she had processed 48 absentee applications
Andy Aberle (MIDDLE) has been practicing law in Timber Lake since 1958. He has moved three times and is now right back where he started — at the corner of Main Street and Ninth Street. He and his son and partner Steve Aberle (LEFT) and secretary Jada Kraft (RIGHT) are getting settled in their new location in the Gross building
Can anyone identify the (five) people in this photo dated October, 1948? Is the white building the former community hall, now Country Market? The photo came from Art and Laretta Quinn’s son Bob but there are no names on it.
Gib Young of Huntington, IN will portray President Teddy Roosevelt at Timber Lake on Saturday evening, October 25. There is no admission charge for the program, which will begin at 7 p.m. in the Timber Lake School Theater
With the hiring of two new staff members, the Farm Service Agency office at Timber Lake has a full team for the first time in a year. Dean Bahr is the new farm loan manager and Mandi Terveen is farm loan program technician.
Dewey County Sheriff Les Mayer told the Dewey County Commissioners Tuesday that their decision to give highway department workers a 50-cent per hour raise and other employees a 25-cent raise is making it hard for him to keep
employees. Mayer said the discrepancy makes his employees feel like the highway department workers are more
Sarah Bross is the new 4-H Youth Advisor for Dewey and Corson counties. Her first official day on the job is Friday, October 10. She will attend a training conference in Brookings October 14-17 and then begin regular office hours in Timber Lake and McIntosh.
Mikki LaCompte (RIGHT) is the new Dewey County Deputy Treasurer. She joined Treasurer Renee Leibel in the office on September 3. Mikki is a 2010 graduate of Timber Lake High School. She attended Sitting Bull College for two years and SDSU for one year. She was previously employed with Payday Financial and the CRST Youth Diabetes Program. She replaces Paige Wiedmer as deputy.
At a short and sweet assembly at the Timber Lake School on Tuesday, Supt. Jarod Larson announced that U. S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan has recognized Timber Lake High School as an Exemplary High Performing National Blue Ribbon
School for 2014. Not knowing the reason for the assembly, the middle school and high school students gathered in the