Wednesday, August 15, 2018
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Terry and Kevin Johnson of Firesteel were trying to finish wheat harvest Monday, the same as many other farmers in the region. Winter wheat harvest is nearly complete in the state, with many producers reporting better results than last year. This week’s USDA crop progress report for South... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
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The final ranch rodeo in the Corson County Richest Ranch Rodeo Series was held in conjunction with the Corson Co. Fair Aug. 10 ABOVE: Champion saddle winners of the Corson County Richest Ranch Rodeo Series were (L-R) Andy Wirt, Sutton Sandquist, Sophie Sandquist, Justin Takes The Knife.... + continue reading
Friday, August 10, 2018
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Rodeo clown and motocross rider Shane Jorgensen jumps his bike over his pickup truck and Tyson Paxton during a stunt at the Isabel rodeo Saturday night. The annual Isabel rodeo and celebration took place Friday, Saturday and Sunday. More coverage inside.... + continue reading
Friday, August 10, 2018
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New water lines for the TC&G Water Assn. were being dug in last week near the Promise Road turn-off east of Trail City. The expansion project is about 63% complete, Dewey County Auditor Kyrie Lemburg reported to the county commissioners on Tuesday. Her office is handling the disbursement of... + continue reading
Friday, August 10, 2018
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The Timber Lake Class of 1958 held their 60-year reunion during the Days of 1910 Celebration gathering at the United Parish Church on July 28. PICTURED L-R are: Edward Bader of Burleson, TX, Carol (Quinn) Lipp of Timber Lake, Fred Keller of Lake Havasu, AZ, Lorraine (Hummel) Clausen of Harrold,... + continue reading

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08/15/2018
Delays in proposed water/sewer projects had potential customers who hope to be placed on municipal utilities wondering what the hold -up was about at Monday’s Isabel town board meeting. John Meginness, who is constructing a new building at his grain bin... + continue reading
08/15/2018
By Robert Slocum It happens every year. We get through the 2-week blitz of Days of 1910 and Isabel’s rodeo and festivities and before you can blink, there are kids walking through town with football helmets and pads. Back to school is an exciting... + continue reading

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Veronica O’Leary Handeland of Timber Lake, MPH, RD, LN, CLC, is the Supervisory Dietitian and Diabetes Coordinator at the Cheyenne River Health Center in Eagle Butte. She was recently named S.D. Dietician of the Year by the South Dakota Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Board. She will... + continue reading
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The 2018 Isabel rodeo honoree was Steve Locken, who recently passed away following a battle with cancer. Steve and his family were recognized Saturday night when Steve’s semi truck was brought into the arena.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading
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Perfect arena conditions on Saturday night gave way to a muddy affair on Sunday after two inches of rain fell. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition https://www.etypeservices.com/Timber%20Lake%20TopicID443/ + continue reading

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The final ranch rodeo in the Corson County Richest Ranch Rodeo Series was held in conjunction with the Corson Co. Fair Aug. 10 ABOVE: Champion saddle winners of the Corson County Richest Ranch... + continue reading

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By Jill Pertler My garden needs weeding. Oh, does it need it. It happens about this time every year. I start out strong, but then summer gets away from me and the weeds are miracle growing like... + continue reading