News

Wed
13
Aug
Edgar's picture

Every new employee at Timber Lake School gets fingerprinted

Every new employee at Timber Lake School gets fingerprinted for a criminal background check. Here Superintendent’s Secretary Chris Hermes (LEFT) gets prints from Rachael Pedersen, the new high school English teacher and yearbook advisor.
 
Wed
13
Aug
Edgar's picture

Back to school: Students anticipate new teachers, new experiences

Korbi Heck (LEFT) will be starting preschool next week. She and her sister Kenlea (RIGHT) will be riding the bus, which Korbi thinks is fun.

By Ethan Schaffer.
 
With the 2014-2015 school year coming up, students start thinking of school and what they want to accomplish this year. Some students of different grades were asked if they were looking forward to school, and what they will be doing in this upcoming school year.
 
Wed
13
Aug
Edgar's picture

West Nile survivors still suffering effects

By Karen Holzer.
 
Ow! Another mosquito bite! Along with summer days and nights, come those pesky, annoying mosquitos — and the possibility of contracting the West Nile Virus. About 70-80% of those that contract West Nile Virus will be affected mildly, and they often won’t be diagnosed. There are serious ramifications, however, for the small number of people who suffer from more severe symptoms.
 
Wed
06
Aug
Edgar's picture

Hay there!

There’s hay here, hay there, hay everywhere this summer. It’s the best hay crop seen in a while, with lots of second cuttings being brought in. This shot was taken east of Timber Lake.
 
Wed
06
Aug
Edgar's picture

Wounded Knee Memorial Ride

The group stopped for a break at the Timber Lake City Park.

The Wounded Knee Motorcycle Memorial Ride attracted over 100 motorcyclists last week.
 
Wed
06
Aug
Edgar's picture

Harmon descendants find their place on the prairie

Craig Moore with his sisters on their grandparents’ former homestead near Gopher.

The grandchildren of former Gopher homesteaders Ross and Hazel Harmon would like to thank the kind folks in the Timber Lake/Isabel region for showing us a most wonderful time in South Dakota where our mom grew up.
 
Wed
06
Aug
Edgar's picture

4-Hers show their projects at Dewey County Fair

4-H judge Marilyn Schweitzer (RIGHT) talks with Stormi Hulm (MIDDLE) about her project. AT LEFT are Natalie Biegler and Harlee Hulm.

On Thursday, July 24, 4-H members were judged on their exhibits at the Dewey County Fair. Those with purple ribbons are eligible to advance to the State Fair. Members, their items, and places are below:
Caleb Berndt, Eagle Butte, Junior, Hobbies & Collections, Junior Hobbies & Collections Display Exhibits: Purple.
Jessica Berndt, Eagle Butte, Senior, Foods & Nutrition, Senior Bars: Purple; Foods & Nutrition, Senior Drop Cookies: Purple.
 
Wed
06
Aug
Edgar's picture

City council previews $1.2 millon budget for 2015

Meeting on Monday, the Timber Lake City Council approved the first reading of the 2015 city budget, which totals $1.2 million. The 2014 budget was $999,931. The proposed general fund of $800,968 includes $388,395 for streets, $100,229 for financial administration, $76,729 for general government, $60,000 for law enforcement, $46,200 for sanitation (garbage collection), and smaller amounts for the fire department, airport, library, parks and other expenses.
 
Wed
06
Aug
Edgar's picture

Corson, Dewey counties agree on two-county 4-H proposal

After talking with Donna Bittiker of the SDSU Cooperative Extension Service, the Dewey and Corson county commissions agreed Tuesday to try again to continue the 4-H program. Bittiker said three applicants for the 4-H advisor position will be interviewed. A committee of Extension, county commission and 4-H people will conduct the interviews on August 14.
 
Wed
30
Jul
Edgar's picture

Days of 1910

Parade Marshal Beth Oster rode in Marty Biegler’s red convertible.
 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - News