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Wed
07
Nov
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Trunk or Treat

Holy Cross Church had a “trunk or treat” event on Halloween evening. Costumed kids picked up treats at decorated vehicles. TOP: Lincoln Aberle as Ace Ventura observes a ghost as one of the Mario Brothers inspects the sidewalk. AT LEFT: A Panther and a referee. BELOW: Karyl Boldt and Janal Biegler handed out treats and Finley and Josie Boldt helped out

 

 

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Wed
07
Nov
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TLHS All-State Chorus singers

This quartet of singers represented Timber Lake High School at the All-State Chorus Concert in Rapid City on Oct. 27. L-R are Seth Barnica, Sarah Barnica, Callie Schaffer and Nathaniel Schaffer.

 

 

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Wed
31
Oct
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Halloween kicks off with Dewey County 4-H Carnival

Ben Petersen was a pirate

 

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Wed
31
Oct
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Johnstons to minister, caretake at Moreau Sanctuary

The Moreau River Sanctuary southwest of Isabel is under the direction of a new ministry. Dave and Stephanie Johnston and their children moved to this area in August from Tennessee, where Dave was southwest regional director with Infusion Ministries. They have been living at the Sanctuary and holding retreats these last few months. Dave and Stephanie have three children: Ellie, 19, Ethan, a 10th grader, and Emma, a 5th grader. Johnston brings experience from Knoxville-based Infusion, led by Dr. Dave Park

 

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Fri
10
Aug
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Class of 1958

The Timber Lake Class of 1958 held their 60-year reunion during the Days of 1910 Celebration gathering at the United Parish Church on July 28. PICTURED L-R are: Edward Bader of Burleson, TX, Carol (Quinn) Lipp of Timber Lake, Fred Keller of Lake Havasu, AZ, Lorraine (Hummel) Clausen of Harrold, Theresa (Hulm) Hazel of Mobridge, Carol (TePoel) Warborg of Port Orchard, WA, Janice (Hoffman) Perman of Camas,WA, Jack Kraft of Timber Lake, Jean (Taggart)

 

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Fri
10
Aug
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Handeland named South Dakota Outstanding Dietitian of the Year

Veronica O’Leary Handeland of Timber Lake, MPH, RD, LN, CLC, is the Supervisory Dietitian and Diabetes Coordinator at the Cheyenne River Health Center in Eagle Butte. She was recently named S.D. Dietician of the Year by the South Dakota Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Board. She will receive her award at a luncheon in Sioux Falls in September.

Handeland, a 2001 graduate of Timber Lake High School, graduated from South Dakota State University in 2005. She attended the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill to complete a Coordinated Program for her Dietetic Internship and Master’s in Public Health with an emphasis in Nutrition in 2006.

 

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Wed
18
Jul
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Coming to Days of 1910

On Saturday, July 14, cowboy-author Rowdy Benson (LEFT) met up with the Birkeland triplets from Dupree (L-R) Cruz, Fletcher and Tee at the Boss Cowman Celebration at Lemmon. Rowdy was doing a book signing at the Kokomo Inn, his uncle John Lopez’s sculpture gallery, and the boys were in town for the celebration activities. On July 28 they will all be in Timber Lake, where the Birkeland boys (sons of Jace and Kristi Birkeland) will compete in the mini bronc riding, and Rowdy will do a book signing at the Timber Lake Museum.

 

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Wed
18
Jul
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Stover on duty in New Mexico

Austin Stover, a member of the Timber Lake Volunteer Fire Dept., is fighting fire in Colfax County, New Mexico, as part of a three-person team. Stover joined up with two firefighters from Interior, SD. When he spoke to the Topic they were fighting the Morris Creek Fire in 1600 acres of Rocky Mountain terrain, which Austin said is similar to the Black Hills. He said it had been windy and dry but then some rain helped slow down the fire, which was 60% contained. Because of the elevation (9000 feet) they are sometimes in the clouds.

“When the weather comes in, they make us stay on the road,” he said. “We do 14-hour day shifts and then come back to the base camp at the bottom of the mountain.”

 

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Thu
14
Jun
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Elite Energy Cloggers compete at Nationals

 

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, and placed first in three team dances. Intensity, the advanced team in the studio, also brought home an overall award, which includes a trophy for placing in the top 10 highest scoring dances in the advanced level. Natalie Biegler entered the All American National dance off, while Averie Marshall and Landen Bieber scored a spot on the Jr. All America National team. Here are the individual placings; Abby Linderman: 2nd freestyle, 2nd a capella (without accompaniment)

 

 

 

Thu
14
Jun
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New FB building has been eighteen years in the making

 

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 beginning now, with a Dec. 27 completion date.

The building will house at least six business offices as well as space for Four Bands staff. Voegl said interest has been expressed for a coffee and bagel shop, a physical therapist, a general contractor, and an ice cream shop. A $990,00 grant will help pay for the $1.3 million project. Cora Mae Haskell, who has been with Four Bands for 15 years, said, “I taught the CREATE class for years and there was no place for people to start a business. This is really a blessing.”

 

 

 

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