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Ardeth L. Kendall

Ardeth L. Kendall, 80, Rapid City, died Wednesday, May 26, 2010, at her home.

Funeral services were held Friday, May 28, 2010, at the Kinkade Funeral Chapel in Sturgis with Pastor Steve Agan officiating. Burial followed at the Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis.

Ardeth was born January 18, 1930, at Volunteer, SD, to George and Ruth (Johnson) Hicks. She attended country school and graduated from Belle Fourche High School. She worked in the Montgomery Wards Store in Belle after graduation.

Scottie boys at State "B" Golf Tourney

The 2010 Class "B" Girls' and Boys' State Golf Tournament was Monday and Tuesday, May 24-25.

The girl's tournament was played at Lee Park Golf Course in Aberdeen and the boy's tournament was played at the Moccasin Creek Country Club in Aberdeen. Both the boys' and the girls' competitors teed off at 9:00 a.m. on Monday and 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday at the respective courses.

A total of 55 schools participating in the "B"  tournament.

Scottie boys first at State "B" Track

The Philip Scottie boys' and girls' track and field teams represented their school with honors at the 2010 South Dakota State "B" Track and Field Meet.

The Scottie boys earned first place team placement with a score of 61, beating out Wessington Springs' 53. Other local teams included Wall taking 18th place with 13 points and New Underwood finishing in 25th place with nine points. Philip's Jeff O'Connell was awarded the most valuable player for the State "B" boys.

Summer intern at Ravellette Publications

Journalism major ... Karissa Kuhle will be receiving hands-on experience in all aspects of the journalism field during her summer internship at Ravellette Publications, Inc. Kuhle, a second year student at South Dakota State University, will be helping mostly to put together each issue of the Pioneer Review, but will also assist with sister newspapers.

Karissa Kuhle, a second year student at South Dakota State University, will be doing summer internship work at the Pioneer Review newspaper.

Her first day was Friday, May 28, and she will getting hands-on experience through early August. She is looking forward to "becoming more comfortable with writing and how everything works in the journalism field.

County Sheriff Larry Hanes resigns position

Haakon County will temporarily be without a sheriff as Haakon County Sheriff Larry Hanes officially tendered his resignation to the Haakon County Commission at their meeting, Tuesday, June 1, 2010.

Hanes had informed the board earlier in the year of his intentions to not seek reelection. He did not anticipate the formal resignation until a later date, but a change in state retirement laws required his tendering his resignation prior to July 1, 2010.