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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
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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
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Jul
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Days of 1910

Parade Marshal Beth Oster rode in Marty Biegler’s red convertible.
 
Wed
30
Jul
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Colorado fisherman drowns in Moreau River

Richard Kenneth London, 22, of Broomfield, CO drowned Saturday, July 26 as the result of a boating accident in eastern Dewey County where the Moreau River empties into Lake Oahe. London and a fishing companion, Curtis Johnson, 41, also of Broomfield, were trolling south of the Bender Ranch (northwest of Blackfoot) when their fishing line became entangled in the propeller on their 11 foot boat, a Coleman Cricket.
 
Wed
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Jul
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Holy Cross auction

Pictures, furniture, quilts, gift certificates and lots more were on the auction block Sunday afternoon at the Holy Cross Church fund raiser. L-R are Jim Hulm, Ann Crance, Jean Tehle, auctioneer John Hoven and Mike Huber. The dinner and auction raised over $16,000 for the new parish hall.
 
Wed
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Jul
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D-Z-C to get disaster relief

Twelve South Dakota counties, including Dewey, Corson and Ziebach, and the Standing Rock Reservation, will receive federal financial help to recover from a series of June storms that produced damaging tornadoes and flooding. The public assistance is made available through a Presidential Disaster Declaration signed July 28 by President Obama.
 
Wed
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Jul
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Aberle, McLellan file for M-G seats

There will be no election this year for seats on the Moreau-Grand Electric Board of Directors. Pat Aberle was the only candidate to file for the District 3 (Timber Lake-Trail City) seat held by Alan Johnson, who is not seeking reelection. In District 5 (Dupree-Redelm-Lantry), Kerry McLellan filed for the seat held by Rod Schad, who declined to run again.
 
Wed
23
Jul
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Grand entry

FRONT: Frank White Bull of Kenel leads the grand entry at the Wolf Lodge Powwow in Timber Lake on Saturday. Carrying the flags are (LR) Standing Rock veterans A.J. Martinez of Little Eagle, Clifford One Feather Jr. of Little Eagle, and Fritz Eagle Shield Jr. of Bear Soldier.
 
Wed
23
Jul
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Sunrise on Timber Lake

This image of Timber Lake at sunrise was captured last Friday morning by Steve Randall of Sioux Falls, one of the artists creating original art for the Museum Art project.
 
Wed
23
Jul
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Living proof

Trooper Dan Hup presented Shirley Schweitzer (MIDDLE) and Dorothy Senger “Saved by the Belt” awards on July 15. The certificates say, “Congratulations! The South Dakota Highway Patrol has completed a thorough review of the traffic crash in which you were involved, and have found that your use of safety belts protected you from serious or fatal injury.
 

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