Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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By Kathy Nelson Zane Arpan of Eagle Butte never knew he had a Vietnamese son, but My Tran, who lives in Oklahoma City with his wife and two children, always knew he had an American father. The two met last week, just a few days before Father’s Day, thanks to the wonders of DNA. On the... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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Jalee Booth took part in the volleyball camp at Isabel last week where the kids practiced with ballooons. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition https://www.etypeservices.com/Timber%20Lake%20TopicID443/ + continue reading
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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At the SD High School Rodeo Finals in Belle Fourche June 13-16 the rodeo season came to a close for most high school rodeo athletes. Those who qualified for the national team include Timber Lake’s Sydney Maher, who was the barrel racing winner. Maher ran an 18.014 in the 1st go for 9 points.... + continue reading
Thursday, June 14, 2018
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  The Elite Energy Cloggers traveled to Farmington, UT on May 4 and 5 to compete at the America On Stage Open Nationals held at Lagoon Amusement Park. The cloggers, who are coached by Mandy Schweitzer of Timber Lake, brought home multiple first and second place awards for individual events... + continue reading
Thursday, June 14, 2018
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  Lakota Vogel, Executive Director of Four Bands Community Fund, said at the ground-breaking on June 8 that a building for incubating new businesses was part of the FBCF original plan 18 years ago. Construction on the 6400 square foot building on South Main Street in Eagle Butte is... + continue reading

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South Dakota voters will go to the polls next Tuesday, June 5 to choose Democrat and Republican nominees for the November general election. What’s different about this year’s election is that there will also be a ballot measure decided,... + continue reading
05/16/2018
Timber Lake Mayor Clyde Pfeifle told the Topic this week that his decision to step down from the post was not due to any particular thing but rather a lot of different things. Pfeifle had not filed a petition for the office and announced as he left the May 7... + continue reading

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Editor’s Note: The SDHSRA did not have the Finals draw posted online as of our press time.) Timber Lake and area high school rodeo athletes competed in the second and final region rodeo in Ft. Pierre over the weekend. The SDHSRA finals is set for June 13-17 in Belle Fourche.  ... + continue reading
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Panther golfers Callie Schaffer and Natalie Gross represented Timber Lake in the 2018 Class B Girls State Golf Meet held June 5-6 at Prairie Winds and Cattail Crossing in Watertown. Callie ended the meet tied for 83rd overall with a total gross score of 242. She shot a 60 and then a 63 on Day 1 for... + continue reading
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By Kathy Nelson   The Timber Lake City Council appointed Tim Gunderson as mayor Monday night, acting on the advice of their attorney, Eric Bogue, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Clyde Pfeifle last month. Council chairman Mike LaCompte had temporarily taken on some... + continue reading

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At the SD High School Rodeo Finals in Belle Fourche June 13-16 the rodeo season came to a close for most high school rodeo athletes. Those who qualified for the national team include Timber Lake... + continue reading

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By US Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD) Much of South Dakota’s history is rooted in Indian Country, but sadly, many of the systems designed to help tribal members are failing. From healthcare to... + continue reading