This trio drove from Washington State to be here for the opening weekend of pheasant hunting. Shawn Kloster has been coming to the area for the past ten years but this was the first “daddy-daughters” trip. Six-year-old Brielle (LEFT) and eight-year-old Rella (RIGHT) show off a couple of the birds…
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe’s Emergency Command Center on Tuesday issued its guidance for celebrating Halloween during the COVID-19 pandemic, which basically says stay home with immediate members of the family and forget about everything else. In other words, Halloween as we traditionally know…
It’s a topic that’s been on the agenda of practically every school board in the country - face masks. Last week, the Timber Lake School Board entered the debate. With the district returning to in-school education on Wednesday after two-and-a-half weeks of distance learning due to a jump in COVID-…
The Topic submitted questions about the COVID-19 pandemic to the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Public Health Task Force, who responded on October 19. What’s the latest info on the symptoms of COVID-19 we should all be aware of? Around 45% of people from CRST who test positive for COVID-19 have no…
As a primary care physician, I commonly encounter patients who smoke cigarettes. Most people, including those who smoke, are aware of the long term health risks posed by smoking. Of course, as a physician who cares about their current and future health, I want these patients to embrace the goal of…
It happens so gradually that we tend not to notice when our kids grow up, and in the process, something about them changes. My young daughter had complained about her smile… something we noticed but failed to see as she did, from her side of the mirror, so off to the orthodontist we went.…
As mayors of South Dakota’s largest cities and representing nearly half of our state’s population, we have come together to bring you a united message concerning the COVID pandemic in our state. While our municipalities have taken different approaches to flattening the curve of this virus, one…
We would like to thank the Moreau-Grand board of directors for naming us Neighbor of the Year” and the nice comments written by Roger Lawien. Due to the COVID 19, we chose not to attend the annual meeting. But an honor like this is deeply appreciated, especially if you are not sure you deserved it…
At the home of Chuck and Marsha Aberle this weekend were Jess Berke from Chanhassen, MN, Daniel Weston from Carver, MN, and Brian Blazey from Fargo, ND. They arrived Friday and are leaving Tuesday. Justin and Amya Aberle from Mobridge were also here all Saturday. Scott Hamre was there as well.…
Monday, October 26: Meatloaf, baked potato, carrots, pears, and bread. Tuesday, October 27: Sierra turkey casserole, spinach salad, mixed vegetables, cranberry sauce, peaches and bread. Wednesday, October 28: Minestrone soup, turkey club sandwich, English pea salad, and tropical fruit. Thursday…
Brad and Caley Kocmich of Mitchell would like to announce the birth of Tilly Bry Al Kocmich born August 16, 2020. She weighed 6 lbs., 14 oz. She is the granddaughter of Coffy and Nancy Enright, greatgranddaughter of Rod and Mavis Enright of Timber Lake, Bud and Janice Anderson of Glenham and Rod…
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe’s Emergency Command Center on Tuesday issued its guidance for…
It’s a topic that’s been on the agenda of practically every school board in the country - face…
The Topic submitted questions about the COVID-19 pandemic to the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Public…
The following property transfers were reecorded with the Dewey County Register of Deeds during September 2020: September 14, 2020: Nye Investment Co LLC, Oklahoma City, OK to Nye Family LLC, Oklahoma City, OK: Twp: 012 Rge: 22 Sec: 09 Legal: W2E2 Notes: AN UNDIVIDED 1/2 INTEREST IN AND TO THAT PORTION LYING NORTH OF THE CENTER LINE OF THE RAILWAY AS NOW LOCATED. Note: ALL OF GRANTOR’S INTEREST IN AND TO THE OIL, GAS AND OTHER MINERALS.
JOHNSON O’MALLEY/TITLE VI AGENDA (The meeting will take place Nov. 4 at 5:30 p.m. MT by Zoom) 1) Roll call 2) Approval of agenda 3) Review and approve the…
Corson County, McIntosh July 20, 2020 State of South Dakota vs. Mary Elizabeth Leiter, 46, of Jacksonville, OR. Possession of 2 oz. of marijuana or less,…
Dewey County Sheriff Dan Assman October 4   Controlled burn, handled by officer/deputy, Eagle Butte October 5 Disturbance, handled by officer/ deputy,…
The Timber Lake volleyball team got a victory over the traveling Bennett County Lady Warriors on Oct. 17, giving the Panther spikers their third straight…
Timber Lake junior Ian Beyer qualified for the State Cross Country Meet last Wednesday by capturing the Region 4B boys individual championship at the Region 4B…
The road to a state football championship is never an easy one, and this season it’s been even tougher. While teams have been dealing with restrictions,…
As mayors of South Dakota’s largest cities and representing nearly half of our state’s population, we have come together to bring you a united message…
It happens so gradually that we tend not to notice when our kids grow up, and in the process, something about them changes. My young daughter had complained…
As a primary care physician, I commonly encounter patients who smoke cigarettes. Most people, including those who smoke, are aware of the long term health…
Funeral services for Frank Laurenz, 87, of Eagle Butte were held Monday, October 19, 2020 at the Faith Community Center in Faith with interment in the Eagle…
Michelle Rae LeCompte passed away October 6, 2020. She is survived by her two children, Penny (Kyle) LeCompte of Sioux Falls, and Stephen (Sheryl) LeCompte of…
Norma Larson, 94, of Mobridge passed away Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at Mobridge Regional Hospital. Arrangements are pending with Kesling Funeral Home of…