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Celebration, Timber Lake style

Timber Lake’s Days of 1910 Celebration, held almost every year since 1911, is Thursday through Sunday this week. The schedule is full of events to give celebration goers the chance to watch amateur rodeo, savor an Indian taco, enjoy local talent, play softball, and more.
 
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Governor requests disaster declaration for 12 counties

Gov. Dennis Daugaard has requested a Presidential Disaster Declaration to help South Dakota recover from tornadoes and flooding produced by severe storms June 13-20. The request is for public assistance in 12 counties and the portion of the Standing Rock Indian Reservation that lies in Corson County. Preliminary damage assessments showed that the severe storms, tornadoes and flooding caused damage to public property estimated at more than $6.8 million.
 
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Celebration next week

Layla with Twenty-One 20 is the band for the Friday and Saturday night tent dances at the Days of 1910 Celebration.

Timber Lake’s Days of 1910 Celebration is just a week away. Johny Weber, who heads up the parade committee, reminds everyone that the parade has a new time slot this year: 3 p.m. on Saturday afternoon, July 26. The parade theme is South Dakota’s 100 Years of Statehood.
 
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Aimee Quinn-Copas earns Doctorate in Education at USD

Aimee Quinn-Copas, daughter of Frank and Donna Quinn of Timber Lake, recently graduated from the University of South Dakota with a Doctorate degree in Education with a specialization in School District Administration. Copas serves as the Executive Director for the North Dakota Council of Educational Leaders, an umbrella organization that serves and represents all educational administrators in North Dakota including superintendents, principals, technology leaders, special education directors, business officials, athletic directors, and vocational directors among others.
 
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Seeing South Dakota’s promise, possibilities

By Katie Hunhoff.
 
Fraser Harrison, a travel writer from England, spent the summer of 2013 in Yankton. An essay on his impressions is featured in the current South Dakota History magazine, published by the State Historical Society. Harrison calls it a love letter to Yankton. But it was not love at first sight. The 2013 visit was not our English friend’s first time in Yankton. He visited several South Dakota towns in 2011 for his book Infinite West: Travels in South Dakota.
 
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Pat Aberle appointed to seat on school board

The Timber Lake School Board appointed Pat Aberle to fill the vacant seat on the board Monday night and elected Chad Mettler chairman. Heidi Ducheneaux took the oath of office after running unopposed for the seat formerly held by Cherie Leibel, who did not seek reelection.
 
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Council approves use of Community Center for senior meals program

The Timber Lake City Council, meeting on Wednesday, July 9, gave approval for use of the Community Center for the senior meals program. Lois Bartlett and Esther Goldade told the council the seniors cannot afford to continue operating their building and will be offering it for sale by bids.
 
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Exhibit honors Ken and Winnie

The Ranch and Rodeo exhibit at the Timber Lake & Area Museum is getting a new look to honor Ken and Winnie Ward. Carol Ward (RIGHT) and Lori Ward have gathered photos and memorabilia about the couple’s years in ranching.
 
Wed
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Ribbon cutting

Robi Miller (CENTER) opened her Daily Bread Bakery on Monday with a 6:30 a.m. ribbon cutting. Becky Maher and Lakota Mowrer of Four Bands Community Fund assisted with the ribbon cutting, and Pastor Bryce Schaffer gave a blessing.
 
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Blood drive

Nelda Bollinger and Julie Landis are attended by United Blood Services technician, Athena.

The Timber Lake and Isabel communities filled the chairs at the blood drive on Monday.
 

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