Timber Lake City Park has new playground
Thursday, August 13, 2020
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A crew of volunteers assembled the KABOOM! playground at the Timber Lake City Park in a blitz build last Friday and Saturday.     To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition https://www.etypeservices.com/Timber%20Lake%20TopicID443/ + continue reading
Walworth Co. committee proposes jail in Mobridge

The former Shopko building on the west side of Mobridge is being considered as a site for a regional jail to replace the Walworth County Jail at Selby.

Thursday, August 13, 2020
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The latest proposal for a regional jail is for seven counties, including Dewey and Corson, to buy and repurpose the former Shopko building on the west side of Mobridge. Kevin Holgard, a Walworth County Commissioner, told the Topic on Monday that on August 21, he will present the proposal for the... + continue reading
Flippin’ Out
Thursday, August 6, 2020
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Faith cowboy Joseph Alamiz found himself in a precarious position on the very first attempt of the evening during the bareback riding event at the Perkins County Fair & Rodeo in Bison on Saturday night, Aug. 1. See more rodeo photos and read how area competitors fared on page 8. Photo by Jon... + continue reading
Restaurant owners welcome return of dine-in service

Jolene Maher, owner of Sparky’s Bar & Grill in Isabel, discusses the daily lunch special with breakfast cook Rex Flanagan after opening for business Monday morning. On Friday, July 31, the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe loosened its COVID-19 restrictions, allowing restaurants to offer dine-in service for the first time since March 24. Restaurants must still adhere to strict safety and cleaning procedures and maintain social distancing standards. Photo by Jon Flatland

Thursday, August 6, 2020
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When Jolene Maher purchased Sparky’s Bar & Grill in Isabel from her husband Wade’s brother, Ryan, just days after Christmas, she did so knowing full well that owning and operating a small town restaurant and bar can be challenging. Little did Maher know, however, that just four... + continue reading
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte athletic director recognized by NIAAA
Thursday, July 30, 2020
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Allen Benoist, athletic director/ activity director at Cheyenne-Eagle Butte High School, has been recognized by the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA) as a Certified Athletic Administrator. To earn the distinction, Benoist has demonstrated the highest level of... + continue reading

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08/13/2020
August 2 Animal, handled by officer/deputy, Hwy 63/20 Junction west, Timber Lake August 3 Vandalism/destruction of property, handled by dispatcher, Hwy 20/12   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition https://www.... + continue reading
08/13/2020
With active coronavirus cases at what tribal health officials consider manageable, the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe is continuing to loosen restrictions put in place over the past five months in an effort to fend off the potentially-deadly illness. On... + continue reading

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Makin’ Hay in the USA ...
07/30/2020 - 0 comment(s)
The Gill Ranch has been wrapping some of their bales in this patriotic red, white and blue net wrap. A field of bales can be seen along Highway 20 east of Timber Lake.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition https://www.etypeservices.com/Timber%20Lake%... + continue reading
Corn looks good

Photo by Kathy Nelson

07/23/2020 - 0 comment(s)
The corn and sunflower crops in the area are looking pretty promising. According to Mike Huber of Agtegra, they are coming into the critical stage for pollination and seed fill. “The potential for high yielding row crops is good if we can catch some timely rains,” Huber said. “... + continue reading
Board to review plans for opening at July 27 meeting

The Timber Lake School Board reorganized for the 2020-2021 year at their July 15 meeting. Members are FRONT (L-R) Jake Kraft (vicepresident) and Marie Gross (president); BACK: Rae O'Leary (legislative liaison), new board member Tyrone Kraft, and Bryce Lindskov (Northwest Area Schools representative). Photo by Jon Flatland

07/23/2020 - 0 comment(s)
The Timber Lake School Board welcomed a new member and dealt with a slew of consent agenda items during its annual meeting last Wednesday, July 15. The meeting followed a budget hearing abbreviated by the fact the school district still does not know what it will receive in state aid and other... + continue reading

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Cheyenne-Eagle Butte athletic director recognized by NIAAA
07/30/2020 - 0 comment(s)
Allen Benoist, athletic director/ activity director at Cheyenne-Eagle Butte High School, has been recognized by the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA) as a Certified... + continue reading
Timber Lake HS names winter athletic award winners

Macey Bollinger, Offensive MVP

, Timber Lake HS names winter athletic award winners

Molly Kraft, Most Improved

, Timber Lake HS names winter athletic award winners

Chazz Gabe, Most Improved

, Timber Lake HS names winter athletic award winners

Carlie Lawrence, Defensive MVP

, Timber Lake HS names winter athletic award winners

Maci Maher, Panther Award

, Timber Lake HS names winter athletic award winners

Beau DuBray, Hard Work Award

, Timber Lake HS names winter athletic award winners

Tia LeBeau, JV Defensive MVP

, Timber Lake HS names winter athletic award winners

Stormi Hulm, Most Improved

, Timber Lake HS names winter athletic award winners

Hunter Schrempp, 6th Man Award

, Timber Lake HS names winter athletic award winners

Halle Kraft, JV Offensive MVP

, Timber Lake HS names winter athletic award winners

Isaac Kraft, Panther Award

, Timber Lake HS names winter athletic award winners

Taylor Goldade, Character Award

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	Timber Lake School releases fall sports awards

Jasper Hill, Step-Up Award

, 	Timber Lake School releases fall sports awards

Taylor Goldade, Leadership Award

, 	Timber Lake School releases fall sports awards

Jayce Lawrence, Defensive MVP

, 	Timber Lake School releases fall sports awards

Hank Kraft, Offensive MVP

, 	Timber Lake School releases fall sports awards

Isaac Kraft, Panther Award

, 	Timber Lake School releases fall sports awards

Volleyball Awards (CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT): Kayden Hansen, Panther Award; Olivia Linderman, Most Heart; Miranda Hulm, Best Statistician; Carlie Lawrence, MVP;Maggie Bad Warrior, Best Teamwork.

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Ian Beyer, Most Improved

, 	Timber Lake School releases fall sports awards

Chase Marshall, Step-Up Award

, 	Timber Lake School releases fall sports awards

Caleb Bieber, Mr. Consistency

, 	Timber Lake School releases fall sports awards

Natalie Lawrence, Young Blood

, 	Timber Lake School releases fall sports awards

Ethan Farlee, Pace Builder

, 	Timber Lake School releases fall sports awards

Beau DuBray, Tough Athlete

, 	Timber Lake School releases fall sports awards

Carlie Lawrence, Bringing the Hardware

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We hear a lot of complaints — from tribal members and non-members — about the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe’s COVID checkpoints. But, looking at the bigger picture, could we also show... + continue reading