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07
Nov
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Big Foot rider

Ethan Bruguier, a senior at Timber Lake High School, is featured in the November-December issue of South Dakota Magazine. He was interviewed by editor Bernie Hunhoff about his participation in the annual Big Foot/Future Generations Ride. He rides in honor of his father, Merrill Bruguier, a tribal police officer who died in a car accident in 2010.

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Wed
07
Nov
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Election training

Dewey County precinct workers gathered at the courthouse on Monday afternoon for training. County Auditor Kyrie Lemburg (BACK LEFT) gave instructions on election procedures and handed out supplies. A high voter turnout was reported on Tuesday.

 

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Wed
31
Oct
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Seiler makes stop in Timber Lake on final campaign swing

By Robert Slocum

 

Former U.S. Attorney and candidate for South Dakota Attorney General Randy Seiler (D) made a campaign swing through our area Monday, stopping in Eagle Butte and Timber Lake on his way from his home in Ft. Pierre to his hometown in Herreid. Seiler said the purpose of his visit to Dewey County was to continue his campaign's outreach to S.D. communities to listen, to meet people and see what’s on their minds. “This is home country for me,” Seiler said. “It’s a get out the vote, come back home opportunity that I’ve been saving for the last week.” During his stop in Eagle Butte, Seiler met with CRST Chairman Harold Frazier and CRST council member Ed Widow.

 

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Wed
31
Oct
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Red Ribbon Week

Timber Lake Elementary School formed a giant red ribbon on the football field last week in observance of Red Ribbon Week, which promotes drug and alcohol awareness and education

 

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Wed
24
Oct
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Candidates talk issues at open forum

Candidates for Senate Ryan Maher and Alli Moran and CRST Chairman Harold Frazier visited with voters and students at a candidate forum hosted by the Timber Lake Topic on Friday, Oct. 19.

Maher, the Republican incumbent in Dist. 28, and Moran, the Democrat challenger, amicably traded thoughts on South Dakota issues and local and tribal matters. Frazier, incumbent CRST Chairman running against tribal council member and former chairman Kevin Keckler, opened with thoughts on the type of individual who should represent local people.

 

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Wed
24
Oct
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Hunters report lots of birds

This group of pheasant hunters from the Kansas City area reported lots of pheasants on opening day of the season on Saturday. Their guide, Richard Gross (RIGHT) said because of the standing crops, the birds were difficult to flush. Most of the group has been hunting this area for many years.

 

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Wed
17
Oct
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School board will delay gym floor project until football field is done

By Bob Johnson

The Timber Lake School Board held their regular meeting October 10.

Supt. Dan Martin reported on a meeting held on September 10 for community input regarding federal programs. The Native American Education Committee is conducting a survey which they will review in November to determine the best way to carry out various federal programs.

 

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Wed
17
Oct
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Moreau-Grand annual meeting

Sharon and August Raile of Ridgeview (LEFT) were the first members to register at the Moreau-Grand Electric annual meeting Friday in Timber Lake. ABOVE: Brayden Meier poses as a future lineman.

 

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Wed
10
Oct
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Timber Lake City Council sets Nov. 6 for vote on vacating alley

By Kathy Nelson

At its October 3 meeting, the Timber Lake City Council set Nov. 6 for an election on the council’s decision to vacate the alley in Block 5. A petition calling for a referendum vote on Resolution #1067 was filed with the City Finance Officer on September 27 by Jean Tehle. It was signed by 45 people. One signer was determined not to be a registered voter but only 16 signatures were required.

The petition was declared valid and a motion to set the election for Nov. 6 was made by Lilian Turcotte and passed unanimously.

 

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Wed
10
Oct
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Native American Day

Monday, October 8 was Native American Day at Timber Lake School. Molly Kraft (LEFT) and Alyssa Ducheneaux learned how to lay out the pattern of diamonds to create a star quilt. Jada Kraft was the instructor.

 

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