Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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South Dakotans have had their chance to get a head start on pheasant hunting; now come the out-of-staters. Resident-only hunting season was Oct. 14-16 and the regular season opens Oct. 21. Drought conditions have seriously affected pheasant and other game bird numbers in the state, as... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Brad Kocmich brings some useful experience to his job as Timber Lake’s new maintenance manager. Most recently the Avon native worked for Hydro Klean, a Sioux Falls based company jet-cleaning municipal sewer lines in North Dakota and South Dakota. It happened that his first day on the job... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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The numbers on the Timber Lake School District’s Report Card may speak for themselves but Supt. Dan Martin was especially proud of the math and English scores for the “Gap Group.” The annual Report Card from the S.D. Dept. of Education shows student achievement by grade level... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Timber Lake’s 2017 Youth Football team is in the 6th year of the program. The team is not affiliated with the school and is comprised of players in grades 3-5. All coaches are volunteer. They played their last game of the season at home on October 18 versus Dupree. To read more please log... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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The Region 4B cross country meet was held in Gettysburg Oct. 11. The Timber Lake boys will compete as a team in the state meet, as they placed 2nd overall in the team standings. Beau DuBray (4th), Ian Beyer (12th) and Caleb Bieber (19th) placed in the top 20, earning them all-region honors. Two TL... + continue reading

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10/18/2017
The public will have an opportunity to learn about the ancient peoples of South Dakota at Archaeology Night at the Timber Lake Museum on Nov. 7. State Archaeologist Mike Fosha will present a talk and take questions beginning at 6 p.m. People are welcome to... + continue reading
10/11/2017
The Isabel Town Board approved the second and final reading of a burn ordinance and made a change to the 2018 budget at the October regular meeting held Monday. The burn ordinance, which will be accompanied by a forthcoming permit (not yet approved by... + continue reading

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Dupree volleyball players (L-R) Mackenzie Dupris, Ashley White Wolf and RayAnn Ward line up to return a serve. 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 2017 South Dakota Rodeo Association finals rodeo was held Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Rapid City. Numerous local contestants were in the program as they were among the top 12 money earners during the SDRA season. Sydney Maher, Timber Lake, and Trey Young, Dupree, were average winners in... + continue reading
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The Harvest Moon rises over Isabel Lake last Thursday evening. Most years the Harvest Moon is in September but this year’s October full moon was closest to the fall equinox.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition https://www.etypeservices.com/Timber%20Lake... + continue reading

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Timber Lake’s 2017 Youth Football team is in the 6th year of the program. The team is not affiliated with the school and is comprised of players in grades 3-5. All coaches are volunteer. They... + continue reading

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By Gov. Dennis Daugaard Two years ago, South Dakotans joined together to solve a long-standing problem. Our state’s average salaries for teachers were lowest in the nation. Even after... + continue reading