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07
Jun
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Jackley, Krebs make low key campaign stops in area

By Robert Slocum

South Dakota’s Attorney General and Secretary of State made stops in Isabel and Bison on Friday, June 2. AG Marty Jackley and Secretary Shantel Krebs are in the early stages of their respective campaigns for the Republican nominations for Governor and U.S.

Congress. On their way to the Grand Electric Co-op annual meeting in Bison, Jackley and Krebs stopped at Sparky’s in Isabel to chat up some locals and meet with café owner and Dist. 28 Senator Ryan Maher. Krebs, who will have a 2018 Republican primary contest with Dusty Johnson in the bid to replace Kristi Noem in Congress, said she’s running to represent the people of the state in D.C. She cited President Trump’s election as a primary reason for running.

 

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Wed
07
Jun
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Rodeo Queen

Tyler Hintz of Timber Lake High School was crowned River Region High School Rodeo Queen at Highmore last weekend. She will compete at the State High School Rodeo next week in Belle Fourche. Tyler is the daughter of Marty Hintz and a senior at Timber Lake High School. For more results from the Regional High School Rodeo

 

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Wed
31
May
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4-H Rodeo

Cole Brewer snags a calf during the tie down roping at the Dewey County 4-H rodeo at Timber Lake Sunday.

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Wed
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May
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Memorial Day

Attendees of the Isabel Memorial Day program place flags on the crosses at Hillview Cemetery at the conclusion of the program.

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Wed
31
May
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Goal is to have field ready for first football game

By Kathy Nelson

The well is in, the concrete curbing is out, and work is moving along on the new football field at Timber Lake.

Timber Lake School Superintendent Dan Martin said last week he thinks it’s possible to get the field ready for the first home game on August 18 against Faith.

“We’re behind the eight ball,” he commented as he reviewed progress on the project.

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Wed
24
May
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TLVFD wants more money in city budget

 

Timber Lake Fire Chief Grady Kraft told the Timber Lake City Council at their May meeting that he was “a little perturbed” about the fact that the council had reduced funding for the fire department in the 2017 budget. In 2016 the city budgeted $5060 for the fire department; for 2017 the budget is $4550. “We’re bending over backwards to improve the insurance rating,” Kraft said.

 

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Wed
24
May
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Grand entry

 

Tyler Hintz of the Timber Lake High School Rodeo Club carried the American flag to lead the grand entry at the TLHS Rodeo on Saturday. See photos and results.

 

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Wed
24
May
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Memorial Day programs set

 

Timber Lake and Isabel will both observe Memorial Day with programs on Monday, May 29. Capt. Karla (Mowrer) Hackett, who recently retired from the U.S. Public Health Service, will be the guest speaker at the Timber Lake School Theater at 10 a.m. The Timber Lake High School

 

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Thu
18
May
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Teaching staff complete for 2017-18 term

With the hiring of Merretta (Kahl) Anderson as middle school science  teacher and reassigning some duties, the Timber Lake School has filled all teaching and coaching positions for the 2017-18 school term.

Anderson, who is originally from Isabel and presently teaches at Dupree, will replace Cara Biegler, middle school science teacher. Biegler will replace Michelle Martin in middle school English Language Arts, and Martin will replace retiring Carol Murphy as special education director.

 

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Thu
18
May
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Cloggers win at national competition

A team of four Timber Lake dancers won first place in the intermediate level at the America On Stage Clogging/Power Tap Open Nationals held May 6 in Farmington, UT. Abby Linderman, Natalie Biegler, Kenna Webb and Madilyn Bieber are members of the Elite Energy Cloggers team Fusion, coached by Amanda Austin Schweitzer, a champion clogger herself.

The four girls performed two team dances, both placing first in the intermediate level. They were joined by MaKenna Fetzer of Bismarck, ND for one of the numbers.

 

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