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Volume 31 Number 2 June 27, 2013
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Official Newspaper for the City of Bison, Perkins County, and the Bison School District A Publication of Ravellette Publications, Inc. P.O. Box 429 • Bison, South Dakota 57620-0429 Phone: (605) 244-7199 • FAX (605) 244-7198
Bison Courier
Reunion excitement
Storm damage
Dennis Lewton couldn’t wait for the reunion to begin. Photo submitted by Dean Clark.
The garage was ripped off of the house at Shane Kolb’s. There was also some other damage reported around the community, a roof ripped off, downed trees, the power was out around the area from one hour to 15 hours.
Perkins County Crop Tour to be held
The Perkins County Crop Tour will be Tuesday, 10 a.m., July 16th, 2013. It will be held at the Duane Shea Farm (travel 5 miles west of Bison on SD Hwy 20 and 3 miles south on Bixby Rd), travel 1/4 mile east. Tour will begin at the sunflower plots and then travel to the small grain, pea, biofuel and safflower plots. SDSU Specialists presenting will include: Dr. Nathan Mueller, SDSU Extension Agronomist; Dr. Emmanual Byamukama, SDSU Plant Pathologist
40th Wedding Anniversary Open House for Greg and Peggy Fried, Saturday, July 6th from 2 to 5 p.m. at their house, 605 1st Ave. W., Bison. The Town of Bison will again sponsor transportation to swimming
Join Bernie Rose for cake & ice cream on June 29th from 2 - 4 to celebrate her 98th Birthday, at the Five Counties Nursing Home.
Highlights & Happenings
Kathy Grady, SDSU Oilseeds Specialist. Following the tour a lunch will be sponsored by The Perkins County Crop Improvement Association at Mom’s Place in Bison at approximately 12:30 pm MST For more information call The SDSU Regional Extension Center in Pierre (605-773-8120), Lemmon (605374-4177) or Rapid City (605-3941722).
Arrow Transit will be traveling through Bison to Rapid City the FIRST Tuesday of every month. Call 374-3189 to arrange a ride.
lessons for children who have completed kindergarten and up. Lessons are July 8-19. Please mail child’s name, age and swimming lesson level plus $50 per child to: Town of Bison, PO Box 910, Bison, SD 57620. Registrations must be received no later than Friday, June 28.
A tree was blown over onto this house.
Page 2 • The Bison Courier • Thursday, June 27, 2013 Nutrition Site Menu
Thursday, June 27
Roast pork company potatoes cooked cabbage applesauce Tuna & Noodles seasoned spinach bread pudding banana
Lensegrav receives Dakota Western Bank scholarship
Friday, June 28
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The American Lutheran Church is seeking wedding dresses, baptism gowns and Easter hats from 1913 - 2013 to display during their 100 Year Anniversary program. If you have an item or know of someone who does, please contact Salli at 605-244-5491. Alcoholics Anonymous is meeting weekly in Bison. The group meets every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in the basement of the Presbyterian Church. Everyone is welcome.
Paint South Dakota volunteers needed! If you are able to paint and scrap please join the crew to rejuvenate Bob Hanson’s home June 27th and 28th at 5:30 pm and June 29th at 8:00 am. Please register with Brandi Baysinger 2447526 or any Committee member. If you are able to help at any time please stop in.
Bison Public Library reading program, Pre - 2nd grade July 3rd Noisy Badger. 3rd - 6th grade July 5th Worms! All programs are at 10:30. The Bison Public Library will be closed July 4th.
T-Ball practice is now over. Games are now starting. the 4 - 6 year old kids game is Wednesday, June 26th at 5 p.m. The 7 - 9 year old kids game is nowt until July 9th.
week
in Bison
Breaded baked fish company potatoes stewed tomatoes tropical fruit Hamburger on w/w bun hash browns baked beans tomato slice on lettuce pears
Monday, July 1
Tuesday, July 2
Braut on a bun oven browned potatoes sauerkraut peas & carrots cantaloupe
Wednesday, July 3 4th of July Dinner
Dakota Western Bank (DWB) awards $2,500 in scholarships to area high school graduates each year. A graduating senior from five area high schools is selected to receive a $500 DWB scholarship. Shaley Lensegrav, a 2013 graduate of Bison High School, was awarded one of the DWB scholarships this year. Shaley, the daughter of Leslie and Cindy Lensegrav, plans to attend Black Hills State University in Spearfish, SD as a Mass Communications major. Shown in the photo is Ronda Miller (left), Personal Banking Officer in the Hettinger Branch of Dakota Western Bank, making the scholarship presentation to Shaley. Dakota Western Bank is based in Bowman, ND and has branches in Rhame, Scranton, and Hettinger, ND.
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The Father’s Day ad in the June 13, 2013 issue was sponsored by Statline Right to Life.
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Boy Scouts sponsor Pinewood Derby
Ashtin Gerbracht and Kaden Glover watching Jeff Van Vactor setting up their Pinewood Car for the derby.
Pinewood Derby winners: 1. Allison Kahler, 2.662; 2. Dan Kvale, 2.689; 3. Mary Carmichael, 2.742.
Thank you to all of you who have submitted Gala Day photos.
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High school finals rodeo held last week
The 2013 South Dakota High School Rodeo finals were held last week, June 19-23 at the Roundup grounds in Belle Fourche. Area contestants fought hard for the spots to go to the national finals in Rock Springs, Wyo. in July. Scores were affected by the heavy rains, especially for the short go. Point scoring for the finals includes 15 places. First place is given 15 points down to 15th place which is awarded one point. In instances where there is the same score the points are totaled and then divided equally. The first and second rounds each had 15 placings; the short go had 10. Average winners are based upon totaled scores from the three rounds. The champion and runner-up spots are chosen by the total of all the points earned during the season plus, those at the finals. The top four contestants from each event move on to the national finals. In some cases, while a contestant may not have had the best state finals, the had enough season points to place them in the top 15 of total points for the year. First Go Bareback Riding: 1. Shane O’Connell, Rapid City, 61 Barrel Racing: 1. Taylor Engesser, Spearfish, 17.397; 2. Tearnee Nelson, Faith, 17.763; 3. Brandi Wolles, Dell Rapids, 17.815; 4. Cassy Woodward, Dupree, 17.893; 5. Bailey Tibbs, Ft. Pierre, 17.908; 6. Katie Lensegrav, Interior, 17.985; 7. Jana Hunt, Dupree, 17.996; 8. Brittany Eymer, Spearfish, 18.059; 9. Makayla Kroeplin, Highmore, 18.072; 10. Jessica Ryan, Belle Fourche, 18.093; 11. Brandi Cwach, Geddes, 18.148; 12. Sydney Cowan, Harrold, 18.157; 13. Dawson Munger, Pukwana, 18.174; 14. Jordan Tierney, Oral, 18.229; 15. Tyra Leonhardt, Groton, 18.342 Breakaway Roping: 1. Vanzi Knippling, Chamberlain, 2.790; 2. Katy Miller, Faith, 2.810; 3. C.Y. Christensen, Kennebec, 2.910; 4. Kassi McPherson, Rapid City, 3.320; 5. Bridget Howell, Belle Fourche, 3.410; 6. Caitlyn Dowling, Newell, 3.580; 7. Sierra Correll, Edgemont, 3.750; 8. Taryn Lessert, Martin, 3.850; 9. Jorry Lammers, Hartford, 4.290; 10. Callie Shepherd, Camp Crook, 4.420; 11. Josie Balsius, Wall, 4.720; 12. Tera Williamson, Newell, 6.630; 13. Sabrina Fanning, Martin, 8.110; 14. Hallie Kocer, Bison, 12.460; 15. Maggie Heiberger, Hartford, 12.520 Bull Riding: 1. Dayton Spiel, Parade, 70 Goat Tying: 1. Becca Lythgoe, Colton, 8.130; 2. Kailey Rae Sawvell, Quinn, 8.220; 3. Carlee Johnston, Elm Springs, 8.300; 4. Cedar Jandreau, Kennebec, 8.450; 5. Mazee Pauley, Wall, 8.600; 6. Tricia Wilken, Meadow, 8.20; 7. Cheyenne Severson, Raymond,, 9.010; 8. Knippling, 9.150; 9. Ryder Heitz, Newell, 9.170; 10. Fehrin Ward, Fruitdale, 9.540; 11. Miller, 9.640; Lensegrav, 10.110; 13. Riley Ann Smith, Rapid City, 10.250; 14 Kaycee Monnens, Watertown, 10.460; 15. Maddie Schaack, Clark, 10.560 Pole Bending: 1. Kellsey Collins, Newell, 20.796; 2. Baillie Mutchler, Whitewood, 20.930; 3. Maddie Garrett, Nisland, 21.044; 4. Madison Rau, Mobridge, 21.051; 5. Pauley, 21.080; 6. Schaack, 21.361; 7. Monnens, 21.409; 8. Engesser, 21.450; 9. Taylor Bothwell, Pierre, 21.459; Jordan Hanson Spearfish, 21.477; 11. Eymer, 21.623; 12. Rickie Engesser, Spearfish, 21.770; Munger, 21.786; 14. Woodward, 21.930; 15. Shelby Vinson, Worthing, 22.014 Saddle Bronc Riding: 1. Jordan Hunt, Faith 62; 2. (tie) Collin Carroll, Harrold and Reece Jensen, Newell, 54 Steer Wrestling: 1. Jace Christiansen, Flandreau, 5.920; 2. Andy Nelson, Spearfish, 6.630; 3. Tucker Chytka, Belle Fourche, 7.040; 4. Casey Heninger, Ft. Pierre, 8.440; 5. Wyatt Schaack, Wall, 8.470; 6. Tyler Gaer, Newell, 10.530; 7. Jacob Kammerer, Philip, 11.300; 8. Wyatt Fulton, St. Lawrence, 13.670; 9. Reid Rutten, Colome, 15.380; 10. Dalton Hurst, Buffalo, 19.620; 11. Logan Christensen, Kadoka, 27.600 Team Roping: 1. T. Schaack/Levi Lord, Sturgis, 7.470; 2. Klay O’Daniel, Kadoka,/ Samuel Boldon, Oglala, 8.360; 3. Colby Hetzel, Lemmon/Cash Hetzel, Lemmon, 9.340; 4. Grady Egly, Oelrichs/James Kirwan, Bonesteel, 10.350; 5. Thomas Doolittle, Midland/ Gunner Hook, Kadoka, 13.120; 6. Sloan Anderson, White Horse/Nolan Hall, Timber Lake, 15.500; 7. Cody Bernstein, Faith/Cody Trainor, Faith, 16.420; 8. Lamphere/Tyen Palmer, Dupree, 17.860; 9. Dalton Fischer, Centerville/Matt Nelson, Colman, 18.340; 10. Jeremiah Johnson, Huron/Damon Wangerin, Mitchell 18.410; 11. Darwyn Thompson, Eagle Butte/Clay Bernstein, Faith, 19.520; Plaggermeyer, 12. Tyler Meadow/Collin Palmer, Bison, 22.850; 13. Rylee Jo Rutten, Colome/Moriah Glaus, Chamberlain, 24.410 Tie Down Roping: 1. Lane Blasius, Wall, 12.620; 2. Palmer, 13.230; 3. Cyler Dowling, Newell, 13.430; 4. Carson Musick, Pierre, 16.030; 5. Fischer, 17.070; 6. Joe Hendrickson, Chancellor, 17.190; 7. Carson Johnston, Elm Springs, 17.630; 8. Christiansen, 17.680; 9. Kirwan, 17.880; 10. W. Schaack, 18.390; 11. Nolan Richie, Bristol, 18.490; 12. Cody Bernstein, Faith, 18.690; 13. Rance Johnson, Philip, 18.730; 14. Brody Jones, Midland, 18.890; 15. Dalton Lessert, Martin, 19.970 Boys Cutting: 1. Christensen,143; 2. Jade Crago, Belle Fourche, 142; 3. (tie) T. Schaack, Josh Hunt, Faith, Chance Escott, Faith, and Zane Whitney, Iona, 140; 4. Palmer, 138. 5. Jade Maier, Bowdle, 137; 6. Clint Stangle, Caputa, 136; 7. (tie) Chet Crago, Belle Fourche, and Olathe Schmidt, White River, 134; 8. Musick, 132; 9. Wyatt Maciejewski, Rapid City, 131; 10. C. Palmer, 128; 11. Jett Peterson, Parade, 124. Girls Cutting: 1. Erin Kenzy, Iona, 148; 2. Lensegrav, 146; 3. (tie) Shelby Strand, Harrisburg and Karlie Robertson, Caputa, 142; 5. Bothwell, 140; 5. (tie) Ryan, and Brandy March, Hot Springs, 138; 6. Jayci Lamphere, Belle Fourche, 137; 8. Kailee Webb, Isabel, 135; 9 (tie) F. Ward, and Smith, 134; 10. (tie) T. Nelson, and Sydney Davidson, Parkston, 133 Second Go Bareback Riding: 1. Tayte Clark, Meadow, 69; 2. O’Connell, 66; 3. Trig Clark, Meadow, 56 Barrel Racing: 1. Alyssa Lockhart, Oelrichs, 17.173; 2. Rau, 17.435; 3 Vinson, 17.468; 4. Joeni Lueders, Spearfish, 17.479; 5. Brooke Howell, Belle Fourche, 17.574; 6. Word, 17.623; 7. T. Engesser, 17.632; 8. Lammers, 17.643; 9. O’Leary, 17.700; 10. Bothwell, 17.905; 11. Torrie Michels, Mitchell, 17.959; 12. Kaitlin Peterson, Sturgis, 18.080; 13.Webb, 18.140; 14. Leonhart, 18.159; 15. Kara Robbins, Aurora, 18.196 Breakaway Roping: 1. Tibbs, 2.250; 2. Woodward, 2.510; 3. Rutten, 2.560; 4. Barry, 2.660; 5. Cassidy Mutchler, Whitewood, 2.770; 6. Lamphere, 2.790; 7. Lensegrav, 2.930; 8. Howell, 3.210; 9. Jayce Hupp, Huron, 3.330; 10. Lockhart, 3.360; 11. C. Christensen, 2.650; 12. Miller, 3.670; 13. Ferguson, 2.720; 14. Jandreau, 3.810; 15. Jordan Tierney, Oral, 3.910. Bull Riding: 1. Casey Heninger, Ft. Pierre, 74; 2. Jake Frazier, White Horse, 73; 3. (tie) Hall and Jake Rozell, Mansfield, 69; 4. Dylan Riggins, Kadoka, 60 Goat Tying: 1. R. Engesser, 7.710; 2. F. Ward, 8.250; 3. Johnston, 8.520; 4. Hupp, 8.590; 5. Mazee Pauley, 8.750; 6. Lockhart, 8.800; 7. Jandreau, 8.880; 8. Knippling, 9.100; 9. (tie) Smith, Mattee Pauley, 9.300; 10. Allison Vizecky, Brandt, 9,340; 11. R.J. Rutten, 9.370; 12. Lythgoe, 9.650; 13. Michels, 9.740 Pole Bending: 1. Howell, 20.282; 2. Jana Hunt, 10.426; 3. Moody, 20.584; 4. Vinson, 20.586; 5. Webb, 20.739; 6. Bickel, 20.952; 7. Johnston, 20.993; 8. Mazee Pauley, 21.131; 9. Maclyn Hauck, Belle Fourche, 21.846; 10. Kendra Kannas, Hayti, 21.197; 11. Kassidy Boyd, Sioux Falls, 21.214; 12. Ryan, 21.447; 13. T. Engesser, 21.493; 14. Monnens, 21.530; 15. Leonhart, 21.583 Saddle Bronc Riding: 1. Tayte Clark, Meadow, 70; 2. Jordan Hunt, 61; 3. Kash Deal, Dupree, 56; 4. Maier, 48; 5. Paul Kruse, Interior, 41 Steer Wrestling: 1. Gaer, 4.610; 2. Novak, 5.020; 3. A. Nelson,5.490; 4. Justin Boll, Hartford, 5.720; 5. Fanning, 7.530; 6. Michael Deichert, Spearfish, 8.410; 7. Kaiden White Bear, Sturgis, 8.560; 8. Kammerer, 10.270; 9. Richie, 12.040; 10. (tie) R. Rutten and Brendon Porch, Kadoka, 15.130; 11. Tyus Olson, Mud Butte, 15.200; 12. Taylor Tupper, St. Onge, 19.950; 13. Herbie O’Daniel, Kadoka, 21.770; 14. Clay Bernstein, 23.849 Team Roping: 1. Tate Thompson, Ethan/Braden Pirrung, Hartford, 6.430; 2. T. Engesser/Deichert, 7.330; 3. Seth Andersen Hurley/Wyatte Andersen Hurley, 8.370; 4. Tupper/Cyler Dowling, 8.680; 6. T. Schaack/L. Lord, 10.970; 7. Wyatt Mann, Box Elder/ Novak, 13.250; 8. Reed Johnson/Jones, 13,050; 9. Gaer/Musick, 13420; Doolittle/ Hook, 14.330; 10. Anderson/Hall, 14.640; 11. (tie) Rance Johnson/Kammerer, and Fischer/M. Nelson, 15.080; 12. Jordan Hunt/ Josh Hunt, 15.230; 13. Carter Kudluck, Belle Fourche/T. Chytka,19.460; 14. Colby Hetzel/ Cash Hetzel, 20.290 Tie Down Roping: 1. T. Schaack, 9.620; 2. S. Andersen, 12.010; 3. Caden Packer, Sturgis, 12.760; 4. Reed Johnson, 12.800; 5. W. Andersen, 13.370; 6. Egly, 13.620; 7. L. Blasius, 13.940; 8. Carson Johnston, Elm Springs, 14.710; 9. Trainor, 15.000; 10. R. Rutten, 15.200; 11. K. O’Daniel, 16.410; 12. Sterling Gehrke, Castlewood, 16.510; 13. Cole Schneider, Brookings, 17.040; 14. J. Fulton, 17.100; 16. Lathan Lauing, Oral, 17.140 Boys Cutting: 1. Josh Hunt, 144; 2. Kenneth Carmichael, Belle Fourche, 141; 3. (tie) Schaack and H. O’Daniel, Kadoka, 140; 4. (tie) Christensen, Peterson, and True Buchhoz, Kadoka, 139; 5. Stangle, 137; 6. J. Crago, 136; 7. (tie) Baker, Musick and Jeb Hunt, Faith, 135; 8. (tie) Whitney, and Maier, 131; 9. Sawyer Strand, Harrisburg, 130 Girls Cutting: 1. (tie) Lensegrav and Webb, 145; 2. Kenzy, 144; 3. Bothwell, 143; 4. Strand, 142; 5 (tie) Ryan and K. Peterson, Sturgis, 141; 6. (tie) Lamphere and Karisa Odenbach, Hamill, 1239; 7. (tie) T. Nelson, Keanna Ward, Fruitdale, and Batie, 137; 8.(tie) March and Emma Lutter,
Zell, 136 Short Go Bareback Riding: 1. O’Connell, 66; 2. Trig Clark, 62; 3. J.D, Anderson, Hill City, 53; 4. Reed Johnson, 48 Average: 1. O’Connell; 2. Trig Clark; 3. Tayte Clark; 4. Anderson; 5. Reder; 6. Johnson Total Points: 1. O’Connell, 2. Trig Clark, 3. Tayte Clark, 4. Anderson, 5. Reder, 6. Johnson Barrel Racing: 1. T. Engesser, 17.325; 2. Bothwell, 17.329; 3. Webb, 17.487; 4. Vinson, 17.544; 5. Lammers, 17.622; 6. T. Nelson, 17.660; 7. F .Ward, 17.847; 8. Rau, 17.907; 9. Word, 18.187; 10. Lockhart, 18.255 Average: 1. T. Engesser, 2. Lammers, 3. Rau, 4. Bothwell, 5. O’Leary, 6. Word, 7. T. Nelson, 8. Vinson, 9. Lockhart, 10. Webb Total Points: 1. T. Engesser, 2. Lammers, 3. Rau, 4. O’Leary, 5. Bothwell, 6. Vinson, 7. Word, 8. T. Nelson, 9. Webb, 10. Mazee Pauley, 11. Lockhart, 12. Wolles, 13. F. Ward, 14. R. Engesser, 15. Mattee Pauley Breakaway Roping: 1. Knippling, 2.220; 2. Woodward, 2.710; 3. Lockhart, 4.220; 4. Elsie Fortune, Interior, 4.900; 5. Howell, 5.290; 6. Hupp, 8.360; 7. Christensen, 12.130; 8. Barry, 14.950; 9. Lamphere, 18.050; 10. R.J. Rutten 19.590 Average: 1. Lockhart, 2. Howell, 3. Hupp, 4. Christensen, 5. Barry, 6. Lamphere, 7. Knippling, 8. Woodward, 9. Miller, 10. Lensegrav Total Points: 1. Woodward, 2. Christensen, 3. Lockhart, 4. Howell, 5. Barry, 6. Knippling, 7. Hupp, 8. Lamphere, 8. R.J. Rutten, 10. Fortune, 11. Miller, 12. K. Ward, 13. Lensegrav, 14. Hapney, 15. Tibbs Bull Riding: 1. Scott Shoemaker, Greg-ory, 67 Average: 1. Hall, 2. Heninger, 3. Frazier, 4. Spiel, 5. (tie) Reder and Rozell; 6. Riggins Total Points: 1. Hall, 2. Frazier, 3. Heninger, 4. Spiel, 5. Shoemaker, 6. Reder, 7. Rozell, 8. J. Peterson, 9. Riggins; 10, J.D. Phelps, Porcupine Goat Tying: 1.Barry, 7.690; 2. T. Engesser, 7.850; 3. Johnston, 8.160; 4. Mazee Pauley, 8.170; 5. Sawvell, 8.480; 6. Hupp, 8.490; 7. Jandreau, 9.100; 8. K. Peterson, 9.540; 9. Smith, 14.130; 10. Remi Wientjes, Onida, 16.370 Average: 1. Johnston, 2. Mazee Pauley, 3. Jandreau, 4. K. Peterson, 5. Hupp, 6. T. Engesser, 7. Smith, 8. Wientjes, 9. R. Engesser, 10. Sawvell Total Points: 1. Johnston, 2. Jandreau, 3. Mazee Pauley, 4. R. Engesser, 5. Hupp, 6. T. Engesser, 7. F. Ward, 8. K. Peterson, 9. Smith, 10. Knippling, 11. Sawvell, 12. Barry, 13. Wientjes, 14. Heiberger, 15. Wilken Pole Bending: 1. Collins, 20.212; 2. Howell, 20.583; 3. Mazee Pauley, 20.678; 4. Hunt, 20.843; 5. Monnens, 20.849; 6. Lythgoe, 20.885; 7. Moody, 20.877l; 8. Wientjes, 21.060; 9. Lockhart, 21.244. 10. Logan Moody, Letcher, 21.30 Average: 1. B. Moody, 2. Mazee Pauley, 3. Bickel, 4. Monnens, 5. L. Moody, 6. Howell, 7. Hunt, 8. Collins, 9. Lythgoe, 10. Vinson Total Points: 1. Bickel, 2. Mazee Pauley, 3. (tie) B. Moody and Hunt, 4. Howell, 5. Lythgoe, 6. Collins, 7. Monnens, 8. Vinson, 9. L. Moody, 10. Sierra Price, Mud Butte, 11. Lueders, 12. (tie) Lockhart and Johnston, 13. B. Mutchler Saddle Bronc Riding: 1. Hunt, 67; 2. Teal Schmidt, Sturgis, 56; 3. Tayte Clark, 55; Carroll, 48 continued on next page
Average: 1. Hunt, 2. Deal, 3. Tayte Clark, 4. T. Schmidt, 5. Carroll, 6. Jensen, 7. Maier, 8. Kruse Total Points: 1. Hunt, 2. Deal, 3. Tayte Clark, 4. T. Schmidt, 5. Carroll, 6. Kruse, 7. Maier, 8. Bill Chauncey, Mission; 9. Jensen, 10. Miles Kreeger, Lake Andes Steer Wrestling: 1. Gaer, 6.520; 2. J. Fulton, 8.180; 3. Christiansen, 8.930; 4. Clay Bernstein, 15.400; 5. T. Chytka, 19.440; 6. Fanning, 21.30; 7. A. Nelson, 21.860; 8. Kammerer, 24.220 Average: 1. Gaer, 2. A. Nelson, 3. Fanning, 4. Kammerer, 5. Clay Bernstein, 6. Novak, 7. J. Fulton, 8. Christiansen, 9. Richie, 10. White Bear Total Points: 1. Fanning, 2. A. Nelson, 3. Gaer, 4. J. Fulton, 5. Kammerer, 6. Christiansen, 7. Clay Bernstein, 8. Novak, 9. Richie, 10. T. Chytka, 11. Boll, 12. White Bear, 13. Stangle, 14. Deichert, 15. W. Fulton Team Roping: 1. Fischer/M. Nelson, 9.560; 2. Tupper/Cyler Dowling, 18.560; 3. Gaer/Musick, 21.600; 4. 22.860; 5. T. Sheridan/Foster, Schmidt/Baker, 29.870 Average: 1. Tupper/Cyler Dowling, 2. Gaer/Musick, 3. Fischer/M. Nelson/ 4. T. Schaack/L. Lord; 5. Doolittle/Hook, 6. Sheridan/Foster, 78. Thompson/Pirrung, 8. T. Engesser/Deichert, 9.K. O’Daniel/Bolton, 10. S. Andersen/W. Andersen Total Points: Gaer/Musick, 2. T. Schmidt/L. Lord, 3. Tupper/Cyler Dowling, 4. Fischer/M. Nelson, 5. Sheridan/Foster, 6. Thompson/Pirrung, 8. Doolittle/Hook, 9. S. Andersen/W. Andersen, 10. T. Engesser/Deichert, 11. Mann/Novak, 12. T. Schmidt/ Baker, 13. Rance Johnson/Kammerer, 14. Connor McNenny, Sturgis/Jade Schmidt, Sturgis, 15. Reed Johnson/Jones Tie Down Roping: 1. Egly, 10.920; 2. Lee Sivertson, Ree Heights, 12.780; 3. Reed Johnson, 13.510; 4. J. Fulton, 13.650; 5. Johnston, 14.970; 6. Packer, 16.790; 7. T. Schaack, 17.900;8. Pearson Wientjes, Mound City, 17.900; 9. S. Andersen, 20.640; 10. Cody Bernstein, 20.890 Average: 1. T. Schaack, 2. Egly, 3. J. Fulton, 4. Johnston, 5. S. Andersen, 6. P. Wientjes, 7. Packer, 8. Sivertson, 9. Reed Johnson, 10. Blasius Total Points: T. Schaack, 2. Egly, 3. J. Fulton, 4. Johnston, 5. S. Andersen,
6. Reed Johnson, 7. Blasius, 8. , 9. Sivertson, 10. P. Wientjes, 11. Richie, 12. J. Schmidt, 13. Cody Bernstein, 14. Carmichael, 15. Trainor Boys Cutting: 1. C. Crago, 144; 2. Buchholz, 140; 3. T. Schaack, 138; 4. Escott, 136; 5. Baker, 133; 6. Stangle, 125; 7. J. Peterson, 125; 8. H. O’Daniel, 124; 9. Carmichael, 123; 10. J. Crago, 63 Average: 1. T. Schaack, 2. Stangle, 3. J. Peterson, 4. (tie) J. Crago and Buchholz, 45. Escott, 6. Baker, 7. Josh Hunt, 8. Christensen, 9. C. Crago Total Points/Season Winners: 1. Schaack, 2. Josh Hunt, 3. J. Crago and Buchholz, 4. Stangle, 5. Escott, 6. Christensen, 7. Peterson, 8. C. Crago,
9. Whitney, 10. Baker Girls Cutting: 1. Kenzy, 147; 2. T. Nelson, 144; 3. Lutter, 141; 4. Ryan, 140; 5. Bothwell, 136; 6 (tie) March and K. Ward, 133; 7. Robertson, 129; 8. Peterson, 126; 9. F. Ward, 125 Average: 1. Kenzy, 2. (tie) Bothwell and Ryan, 3. T. Nelson, 4. March, 5. Robertson, 6. K. Ward, 7. F. Ward, 8. Strand, 9. Webb Total Points/Season Winners: 1. Kenzy, 2. Bothwell, 3. Ryan, 4. (tie) Lensegrav and Strand; 5. T. Nelson, 6. March, 7. Webb, 8. K. Ward, 9. Robertson For complete results go online to www.sdhsra.com; click on Regional and State Results.
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Sunday School 9:30 a.m. • Worship Service - 10:30a.m. Wednesday Prayer Mtg. - 7:30 p.m.
Grace Baptist Church • Pastor Phil Hahn Church of Christ
Saturday evening service at Indian Creek - 5:00 p.m. • Rosebud - 7:00 p.m. Sunday morning services at American - 8:00 a.m. • Grand River Lutheran
Prairie Fellowship Parish ELCA • Pastor Dana Lockhart
18 mi. south of Prairie City - Worship Service - 10:00 a.m.
Christ Lutheran Church WELS
Pastor Gerhardt Juergens
Sunday Bible Class - 8:00 a.m., Worship Service - 8:30 a.m. South Jct. of Highways 73 & 20 Sunday School - 10:00 a.m., Worship Service - 11:00 a.m. Sabbath School - 2:00 p.m., Worship Service - 3:00 p.m.
Coal Springs Community Church Pastors Nels & Angie Easterby
Seventh Day Adventist Church • Pastor Donavon Kack
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church • Fr. Tony Grossenburg
Saturday Mass: - Lemmon 4:45 p.m. Bison - 7:15 p.m., Sunday Mass: Lemmon - 8:15 a.m., Morristown - 10:30 a.m.
First Presbyterian Church • Pastor Florence Hoff, CRE
Reva • Worship Service - 9:00 a.m., WMF 2nd Wednesday at 1:00 p.m.
Holland Center Christian Reformed Church Pastor Brad Burkhalter • Lodgepole
Worship Service - 8:00 a.m. Worship Service -9:30 a.m.
Beckman Wesleyan Church • Pastor Brad Burkhalter
Prairie City Sunday School - 10:00 a.m., Morning Worship - 11:00 a.m. Vesper Service - 6:00 p.m., Wed. Evenings - 7:30 p.m.
Slim Buttes Lutheran • Pastor Henry Mohagen
Collin Palmer settleing his horse on the box.
Pastors Perspective
Satan asked Eve in the Garden, “Did God really say...?” Pilate asked Jesus 2000 years ago, “What is truth?” These two questions are still being asked today: “Is the Bible really God’s Word?” “Oh, what is truth anyway?” Now the world states quit clearly, “There is no absolute truth.” But, the world is so wrong. There is absolute truth. Truth is Jesus Christ. Today Jesus is asking each of us the most important question in our lives. “Who do YOU say I AM?” Your answer is a matter of your eternal life or death. Sadly today, we hear, “Jesus was only a good man.” Or “Just another prophet.” But Jesus is so much more. The verses following our text says, “From that time on Jesus began to explain to his disciples that he must go to Jerusalem and suffer many things ... and that he must be killed, and on the third day be raised to life.” Jesus was born to be our Savior. Christ went to Jerusalem to suffer, die, and rise from the dead for all your sins. Yes, Jesus is both God and man. True God to offer a perfect sacrifice for all people, true man to die in our place. Jesus is the Christ, the Anointed one. He is sent from God the Father to be our only Savior. He is the one who gave up his life to secure our full and free forgiveness. He is the one who rose victorious from the grave to secure our freedom from death. He is the one who rules over all things for our good, now and eternally. May we always confess that: “Jesus, you are the Christ, the Son of the living God,” and “MY Savior!” “But what about you?” Jesus asked. “Who do you say I am?” (Matt 16:15)
Pastor Gerhardt Juergen Christ Lutheran Church
Five Counties Nursing Home
Must have good work ethic. Complete wage and complete benefits package for FT. For more information call Human Resources at 605-374-3871 or get application at Five Counties, Box 479, Lemmon, SD 57638. connie.benson@fivecounties.org
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Need extra cash? Job security as a trained health care worker.
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2013 Harding/Perkins/Pennington Perkins County 4-H County 4-H Horse show Rodeo results
The Harding County 4-H Horse Show was held on Monday, June 10, 2013 at Tipperary Arena in Buffalo SD. The Harding County Horse Youth were also joined by Perkins and Pennington County 4-Hers. Following are the results: WESTERN SHOWMANSHIP: Senior: Tracy Lee (purple, Harding Grand Champion), Beth Seidel (purple, Pennington Grand Champion); Junior: Karli Verhulst (purple, Harding Grand Champion), Madelyn Seidel (purple, Pennington Grand Champion), Jacob Schalesky (purple, Perkins Reserve Champion), Gracy Gilbert (red), Gracie Hand (red),William (red); Beginner: Anderson Schuelke (purple, Dryeann Perkins Grand Champion), Tayton Schofield (purple, Perkins Reserve Champion). DRAFT HORSE SHOWMANSHIP: Junior: William Anderson (purple, Perkins Grand Champion). STOCK SEAT EQUITATION: Senior: Tracy Lee (purple), Beth Seidel (purple); Junior: Karli Verhulst (purple), Gracie Hand (purple), Madelyn Seidel (purple); Beginner: Tayton Schofield (purple), Dryeann Schuelke (purple). WESTERN RIDING: Senior: Tracy Lee (purple); Junior: Karli Verhulst (purple), Gracy Gilbert (red), Gracie Hand (purple), William Anderson (purple), Tayton Schofield (purple), Dryeann Schuelke (red). REINING: Senior: Tracy Lee (purple); Junior: Karli Verhulst (purple), Tayton Schofield (red). TRAIL CLASS: Senior: Tracy Lee (purple), Beth Seidel (purple); Junior: Gracy Gilbert (purple), Karli Verhulst (purple), Jacob Schaleskey (purple), Tayton Schofield (purple), William Anderson (blue), Dryeann Schuelke (blue). BARREL RACING: Senior: 1. Tracy Lee (20.00); Junior: 1. Gracy Gilbert (24.50), 2. Jacob Schaleskey (28.10), 3. Gracie Hand (28.55), 4. William Anderson (29.66), 5. Dryeann Schuelke (32.19), 6. Tayton Schofield (33.47). POLE BENDING: Senior: 1. Tracy Lee (33.06); Junior: 1. Karli Verhulst (25.59), 2. Gracy Gilbert (26.69), 3. Gracie Hand (32.11), 4. Tayton Schofield (36.80). COSTUME CLASS: Winner: William Anderson 2. Dryeann Schuelke, 3. Tayton Schofield, 4. Karli Verhulst SMOOTHEST RIDE: Winner: Madelyn Seidel, 2. (Tie) Gracie Hand, Karli Verhulst, Tayton Schofield EGG & SPOON: Winner: Tracy Lee, 2. Madelyn Seidel, 3. Jacob Schaleskey BRIBE YOUR HORSE: Winner: Karli Verhulst (8.29), 2. Gracie Hand (10.40), 3. Tracy Lee (23.47), 4. William Anderson (1.18.00) Sr. Girls All-Around - Jordan Bickel Sr. Boys All-Around - Tyler Gaer Jr. Girls All-Around - Mikenzey Miller Jr. Boys All-Around - Hugh Groves Jr. Jr. All-Around - Sidney Hanson Sr. Boys Bareback No Qualified Scores
Jr. Boys Cattle Riding Chris Kessler - 57; Schalesky - 58
Jacob
Jr. Boys Breakaway Brent Woodward - 2.35; Tarin Arneson - 5.93; Hugh Groves - 7.58
Sr. Boys Saddle Bronc No Qualified Scores Sr. Boys Bull Riding Treye LaPlante - 63
Jr. Boys Flag Race Brent Woodward - 8.94; Kyler Carmichael - 9.21; Stran Smith 9.487; Cooper Crago - 9.789 Jr. Boys Goat Tying Harland Groves - 13.31; Hugh Groves - 15.39; Tarin Arneson16.60; Stran Holben - 16.69
Sr. Boys Steer Wrestling Tyler Gaer - 11.08; Tayte Clark 13.06; Wyatt Knight - 21.15 Sr. Boys Calf Roping Wyatt Schuelke - 15.11; Chet Crago - 21.16; Sage Donner 23.45; Tyler Gaer - 27.58
Jr. Girls Breakaway Kailyn Groves -3.98; Meza Ham 8.00
Willie Anderson dressed as a Hawaiian in the costume class. He won the class with four competing.
Sr. Team Roping Kenny Carmichael/Reed Arneson 15.34; Sage Donner/Shay Oliver 16.845; Jordan Bickel/Tyler Gaer 29.63; Tayte Clark/Trig Clark 31.42 Sr. Girls Pole Bending Jordan Bickel - 21.683; Kailee Webb - 22.602; Sadee Hurst 22.789; Jayci Lamphere - 23.394
Jr. Girls Barrel Racing Kaydin Davis - 16.868; Mikenzy Miller - 17.004; Brianna Williams - 17.339; Brooklyn Hanson 17.542 Jr. Girls Pole Bending Sydney Maher - 22.034; Mikenzy Miller - 22.656; Sierra Ward 22.809; Brooklyn Hanson - 23.081
Jr. Girls Goat Tying Tori Gaer - 11.94; Kailyn Groves 11.95; Tristan LaPlante - 12.11; Julianna Kari - 12.72
Sr. Girls Ribbon Roping Jordan Bickel - 9.035; Kailee Webb - 10.64; Jayci Lamphere - 14.37; Cassy Woodward - 15.69
Jr. Jr. Yearling Riding Ian Arneson - 59; Logan Lemmel 58 Jr. Jr. Flag Race Sidney Hanson - 10.06; Traylin Martin - 12.187;Everett Paul13.37; Tayla Ward - 15.08
Tayton Schofield in the beginners Showmnaship class. She received Reserve Champion.
Sr. Girls Goat Tying Tricia WIlken - 8.82; Fahrin Ward - 9.16; Cassy Woodward - 10.09; Tanielle Arneson - 10.20 Sr. Girls Barrel Racing Kailee Webb- 16.444; Jana Hunt 16.957; Cassy Woodward - 17.058; Tyra Leonhardt - 17.076
Jr. Jr. Barrel Racing Tayla Ward - 19.428; Kenley Day 19.797; Everett Paul - 23.158; Ian Arneson - 23.615
Sr. Girls Breakaway Roping Kecia Miller - 2.575; Courtney Dahlgren- 2.88; Jayci Lamphere 3.35; Keanna Ward - 3.81
Jr. Jr. Pole Bending Kenley Day - 24.146; Sidney Hanson - 26.533; Traylin Martin 28.739; Tayla Ward - 30.902 Jr. Jr. Goat Tail Untying Kylee Crago - 9.45; Traylin Martin - 9.80; Sidney Hanson -9.97; Kenley Day - 10.35
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Let the reunion begin
Top photo: Reunion committee members: Greg Fried, Jim Wishard, Duane Shea, Gladys Jackson, Nancy Seidel, Helen Aaker. Not pictured: Sally Blaizey. They did a fantastic job!
Class of 1993, Angela (O’Rourke) Williams, Jody (Shea) Kerzman, Orson Opheim, Heath McKinstry, Todd Goddard, David Archibald, Keith Hanson, Jr., Bristol (Krause) Palmer, Darla (Morris) Kahler, Laura (Anders) Fisher, Colette (Carmichael) Johnson.
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Edna Kolb Martin-Graduate from the Class of 1939 which was the oldest class represented. Photo by Bonnie Crow.
Class of 1977, Jean Akers, Jean Brockel, Cindy Larson, Georgia Sangren, Rene Kari, Max Matthews, Chuck Spangler.
Some of the servers from Mom's Café who served an excellent meal to the crowd of over 220 alumni and guests. Photo by Bonnie Crow.
Palace Theater
Pam (Wishard) Tremblay & Rene Kari.
Monsters University
June 28 - June 31 7:30 p.m. nightly surround sound Lemmon 374-5107
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Darren Jackson and Eliza Bonaci also entertained. Some Alumni graduates. Photo by Bonnie Crow.
Tracy , Pam & Todd Buer performing at the Friday evening gathering.
Class of 1978 Lana Dragoo Frey, Deanna Larson Reder, John Green, Shane Kolb, Tami Vetter, Kim Fried Shannon, Pat Clark.
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The Class of 1993 donated a new "Cardinal" Bird costume
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A choir, consisting of sixteen voices from various churches in the community, sang two selections. Choir members were Vicki and Phil Hahn, Dolores Chapman, Marci and James Sandgren, Paulette Ellison, Janet and Brittney LaDue, Beth Hulm, Joyce and Max Matthews, Mary Ellen Fried, Helen Aaker, Greg Veal, Wayne Palmer and Ben Veal. The conductor was Peggy Veal.
James Sandgren reading scripture.
Chauncey Jorgensen, BHS Class of 1993, was one of Sunday mornings keynote speakers. Tracy Buer, BHS Class of 1980, also shared a message and his personal testimony.
Brothers Todd and Tracy Buer and Pastor Phil Hahn led the congregation in singing several hymns. Hahn also led the Community Worship Service in the Bentley Building on Sunday morning.
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Deer seasons finalized
The Game, Fish and Parks Commission has finalized all 2013 South Dakota deer hunting seasons. The online application process for the hunting seasons will open in mid-June. A new paper application including all deer seasons will be available later this month. Deadline dates for submission of applications will vary and are specified within the application. East River deer season dates are November 23 through December 8 for all tags, and December 29 through January 5 for antlerless tags only. The deadline for license lottery applications is August. 30. The West River deer season will run from November 16 through December 1 for all tags; except Gregory and Mellette counties will run from November 2-5 and November 18-24, and Dewey, Ziebach and Corson counties will run from November 2-24. The season will be open in all areas December 29 through January 5 for antlerless tags only. Deadline for license lottery applications is July 19. Additional seasons, season dates and application deadlines are as follows: Black Hills deer, November 1-30 for all tags, application deadline July 19. Custer State Park deer, November 2-15, application deadline July 19. The archery deer season will run from September 28 through December 31 for all tags. In addition, antlerless tags will be valid from January 1-15. The muzzleloader deer season will run from December 1-31 for all tags. In addition, antlerless tags will be valid from January 115. Deadline for license lottery application for the limited any deer tags available is August 30. The National Wildlife Refuge deer seasons have various starting dates within each refuge. Deadline for license lottery applications is August 30. The youth deer season will run from September 14 through January 15. The South Dakota Game Fish and Parks have recently opened up all deer season applications online. This includes archery, youth, Custer, refuge, muzzleloader, East River, West River, and Black Hills deer seasons. The paper applications should be available at your local license dealer the last week of June. Also, mentored big game applications will open up online the same time as prairie antelope which is anticipated for the middle of July. To apply online go to http://gfp. sd.gov/licenses/general-hunt-fish/ default.aspx and click on “apply online” under the limited issue license and follow the forwarding directions.
Lola Jane Clark Emish, Darlsy Preszler, Erwin Hasenwinkle, Mrs Hasenwinkle.
Fern Brockel, Alice Shinabarger Baker, Mary Lee Drake and Dolores Chapman reminisce about the ‘good ol days’.
Unknown, Erwin Hasenwinkle, Jim Knutson, Ed Deibert, Lola Jean Clark Emish.
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Tree Facts –
Planting trees around your home
recommended. If utility poles are present on your property line, do not plant within ten feet of the property line. Give buried utilities the same consideration as the utilities you can see. Planting trees around your home creates certain microclimate effects. Large broadleaf trees planted on the southeast, southwest and west provide cooling shade in summer and they don’t block the low winter sun. An evergreen windbreak on the north blocks cold winter winds. Large evergreens on the south block warming winter sunlight. New trees need room to grow to their mature size. Never plant a shade tree within 20 feet of your house. Following are recommendations and ratings for tree species. Trees are listed in three categories: Evergreen Trees, Street/Boulevard Trees and Small Trees. All have been rated according to hardiness, shape, disease and insect problems, ease of establishment, maintenance requirements and past performance of the species. EVERGREEN TREES – Do not plant these trees near power lines. Ponderosa Pine, Austrian Pine and Scotch Pine are rated excellent; Colorado Blue Spruce is rated very good and Black Hills Spruce is rated good. There are numerous other ornamental evergreens that do well in the area, contact local nurseries for information. S T R E E T / B O U L E VA R D TREES – Do not plant these trees near power lines. Green Ash, Linden and Canada Red Cherry are rated excellent; Bur Oak, Kentucky Coffee Tree, Honeylocust and Hackberry, are rated very good and Maples and, Catalpa are rated fair to good. SMALL TREES – These trees are suitable to be planted near power lines and streets/boulevards. Crabapples are rated excellent; Amur Chokecherry is rated very good; Mountain Ash, Russian Olive are rated good. Planting your tree properly is very important. Dig a hole, three times the diameter of the pot or root ball and only as deep as the container is tall. Set tree in hole and carefully remove pot by cutting sides with a very sharp utility knife. On balled and burlap trees, carefully cut wires and burlap away from the tree and push down into hole. Do not attempt to remove wire completely as it may damage the root system. Stake the tree only if recommended by nursery. Don’t use wire to brace your tree, rather use canvas ties. Be sure to remove stake after the first growing season. Water the tree to completely wet and settle soil. Thereafter, water every seven to ten days during the first growing season and every two to three weeks during the following years as needed. It takes five to ten years for a new tree to become completely established. My source for this news release was the Rapid City Urban Forestry Board. If you would like more information about “Planting trees around your home,” call Bob Drown at the Conservation Office at 605-244-5222, Extension 4 or by e-mail at robert.drown@sd.nacdnet.net.
By Robert Drown, Natural Resource Specialist The country looks beautiful from the ample amounts of moisture supplied by Mother Nature over the last month. It causes many to think of planting trees around homes and etc. Site selection and species are important factors that require planning and consideration. If your home is in town be sure to check up on any rules and guidelines that they may have on planting trees near the street/boulevard or sidewalk. The location of utilities is an important consideration when planting trees. Planting under power lines is not
Bur oak are excellent shade trees and native to western South Dakota.
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The Town Board of Bison will be accepting bids until 7:30 p.m. on Monday, July 8, 2013 for mowing of 60 acres, more or less, of hay surrounding the runway at Bison Municipal Airport, inside the fence. The hay must be mowed, baled and moved, or lined up along the fence. The bids will be publicly opened and read at Bison City Hall on July 8, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. Send or deliver bids to: Town of Bison, PO Box 910, 309 1st Ave. W., Bison, SD 57620. Mark the envelope Airport Hay Bid. ATTEST: Elizabeth Hulm Finance Officer Town of Bison
AIRPORT AREA HAY BID
Arrow Public Transit, intends to apply for funds under Section 5311 of the Surface Transportation Assistance Act for the continued operation of a public transportation project within the City of Lemmon, which lies within Perkins county of South Dakota and for the City of Bison, which lies in Perkins County of South Dakota.
PUBLIC NOTICE
[Published June 20 and June 27, 2013 at a total approximate cost of $16.26.] The Town Board of Bison will be accepting bids until 7:35 p.m. on Monday, July 8, 2013 for two tracts of land to be hayed in Lot 1 of Kolb’s sixth addition to the Town of Bison, South Dakota. Tract 9 consists of 15 acres and tract 8 consists of 13.56 acres. The bids will be publicly opened and read at Bison City Hall on July 8, 2013 at 7:35 p.m.Send or deliver bids to: Town of Bison, PO Box 910, 309 1st Ave. W., Bison, SD 57620. Mark the envelope City Hay bid. ATTEST: Elizabeth Hulm Finance Officer Town of Bison
HAYING BID
This notice offers the opportunity for a public hearing, submittal of service proposals or comments regarding the project. interested public or private transit or paratransit providers are invited to comment on this proposal or submit proposals to provide the service. Requests for a public hearing, comments or requests for a copy of Arrow Public Transit proposal should be directed to Arrow Public Transit, 111 4th St W, Lemmon, South Dakota 57638, by July 10, 2013. [Published June 27 and July 4, 2013 at a total approximate cost of $.]
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Commissioners; in and for the County of Perkins, in the Town of Bison, South Dakota on the 9th day of July, 2013 at the hour of 10:30 a.m. at the Perkins County Commissioner Room located in the Perkins County Courthouse, will meet in regular session to consider the following applications for an 2-Day Special Event Malt Beverage License to operate outside of a municipality, which has been presented to the Board of County Commissioners and filed in the Perkins County Finance Officer’s Office.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
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Grand River Roundup ............................................................... By Betty Olson
Pretty wild weather this week, wasn’t it? Summer officially arrived on Friday and the drought has been broken. We’ve got 2.32 inches of rain in three downpours on Friday and Saturday, along with a ton of wind. We didn’t have any hail here, but several of our neighbors got hammered by hail and estimated 100mph winds. West of Sorum, the wind blew Tommy Fabris’ ultra-light airplane out of his shop and totaled it. Trees blew down all over Eric and Amanda Schuchard’s yard and the wind almost blew a couple of their kids away! Jonathan and Erica Wiechmann were driving into their yard northeast of Bison when wind tore the porch right off their house and slammed it into the pickup they were driving, smashing the windshield and wrecking the pickup. The wind did a lot of damage to their buildings and corrals, but thankfully no one was injured! The High Plains Western Heritage board met Tuesday in Spearfish and Bob Christofferson was selected as our newest director. The Heritage Center will celebrate the National Day of the American Cowboy on July 20th with a Campfire Series show at 2:00 that afternoon. The official National Day of the American Cowboy is July 27, but the Heritage Center is celebrating a week early so we don’t interfere with another celebration at New Underwood on the 27th. For more information on that one, contact Slim McNaught at Slim's Custom Leather, 110 S. Madison Ave, New Underwood, SD 57761 (605)7546103. Bob Hanson read the story Jan Swan Wood had written about our local cowgirl, Jessie Hotchkiss, in the Tri-State Livestock News and called me to see if I would accompany him to the Hotchkiss ranch to meet Jessie on Wednesday. She’s interested in the bridle horse tradition of riding and Bob had tied a fancy knot he wanted to give Jessie. Her parents were as interested as Jessie was to see the different ropes and whips Bob brought to show her. Besides the fancy knot he made for Jessie, he brought a horse hair rope, a grass rope, a rawhide lariat, and a beautiful leather whip to show us. Sandy Hotchkiss invited us in for coffee and we dined on freshly baked peach pie, topped with thick sweet cream while Bob told Dan some of the welding tricks he’s learned during his 94 years on this old earth. Bob is one of my very favorite old cowboys and has led a colorful life. He was raised on a ranch near Bison, knew most of the old-time cowboys, and is a wonderful horseman. He was a POW during WWII, is an outstanding blacksmith and welder, and was a Perkins Co. deputy sheriff and EMT for several years. As soon as I got back to the ranch, I called Jan Wood and she’s going to interview Bobby in July for a story in the Tri-State. That should be really interesting! While I’m on the subject of oldtime cowboys, I’m trying to locate relatives and acquaintances of the old cowboys who came north with the cattle herds who still live in this area. I’m gathering information about Dode Wiley, Jim Brumley, Frank Beck, George Shipley, Ed Dippert, SPY Wilson, Fred Jennewein, Billy Marty, Lewis Painter, Russ Wilson, Greenup Mosely, Billy Clanton, Pecos Dick Turbiville, Tennessee Vaughn, Paul and Thornton Ames, and other old cowboys who stayed in this area after the roundup days were over. If any of you have information to share before the American Cowboy celebration at the Heritage Center in July, email me at bets_reva@hotmail.com or call me at 605-855-2824. Growing up in Bison, I look forward to the annual Gala Days celebration and this year was even more special. Bison High School held an all-school reunion Saturday and we had a wonderful time. Eight members of my graduating class of 16, Alyce Loftsgaard Kriege, Rose Sander Hafner, Betty Vetter Nelson, Ron Kopren, Greg Deibert, Wayne Palmer, Terry Haggart and I gathered in the afternoon at Mom’s Café to look through the old school annuals and reminisce about the “good old days”. Five of our classmates, Linda Jackson, Leon Anderson, Tim Lane, Reed Loughlin, and Bob Erickson, are no longer with us, but Sandy (Butler) Leonard attended grade school with us and she came to our gathering. That evening we joined other Bison graduates and former teachers for supper and a program at the school gym. The storm hit while we were eating and the lights went out for a while, but as soon as electricity was restored, we were able to enjoy the entertainment and visit with old friends. It’s amazing how the years change people and we had trouble recognizing folks we grew up with. And they had a hard time recognizing us! Terry Haggart from my graduating class sent me this about the perks of reaching 60 or being over 70 and heading towards 80! Kidnappers are not very interested in you. In a hostage situation you are likely to be released first. No one expects you to run - anywhere. People call at 9 pm and ask, "Did I wake you?" People no longer view you as a hypochondriac. There is nothing left to learn the hard way. Things you buy now won't wear out. You can live without sex but not your glasses. You get into heated arguments about pension plans. You no longer think of speed limits as a challenge. You quit trying to hold your stomach in no matter who walks into the room. You sing along with elevator music. Your eyes won't get much worse. Your investment in health insurance is finally beginning to pay off. Your joints are more accurate meteorologists than the national weather service. Your secrets are safe with your friends because they can't remember them either. Your supply of brain cells is finally down to manageable size. And never, under any circumstances, take a sleeping pill and a laxative on the same night.
DATE: June 11, 2013 TIME HELD: 7:00 p.m. KIND OF MEETING: Regular WHERE HELD: Boardroom MEMBERS PRESENT: Arneson, Beckman, Kari, Kvale, Thompson MEMBERS ABSENT: None OFFICERS AND OTHERS PRESENT: Supt. Kraemer, Bus Mgr. Crow, Kathleen Engle, Kalin Chapman, Tarina Kopren, Christi Ryen, ELiza Bonacci and Theora Carlson CHAIRMAN KVALE CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER WITH A CALL FOR THE SALUTE TO THE FLAG.
BISON SCHOOL DISTRICT #52-1 BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING
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CONSENT AGENDA 138. Motion by Beckman second by Thompson to approve the consent agenda with the following additions: #5a. Executive Session for Personnel; 5b.Presentation by Kathleen Engle; 15a.Town of Bison Contract; 16a.RunOff Ballot 16b. Property Acquisition; 16c. Volunteer for SD Paints; 16d Health Insurance Contract and to approve the minutes of the May 13th regular meeting and the minutes of the May 7TH & 20th special meetings and to approve the financial reports. Motion carried. APPROVAL OF CLAIMS 139. Motion by Beckman second by Arneson to approve the claims listed below. Motion carried. ADVANCE PAYMENTS, MONTHLY REIMBURSEMENT, 2,459.16; AVI SYSTEMS, INC, SUPPLIES, 1,123.00; BISON COURIER, PUBLISHING COSTS, 427.35; BISON FOOD STORE, SUPPLIES, 415.36; BISON GRAIN CO. , GASOLINE, 571.41; BISON IMPLEMENT, SUPPLIES/REPAIRS, 316.80; BLACK HILLS ENGRAVING, SUPPLIES, 247.29; BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD, MEDICAL INSURANCE, 4,200.00; BOOKS ARE FUN, BOOKS, 140.00; BURKHALTER, BRAD, TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT, 61.00; BURKHALTER, NATHAN, TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT; 61.00; CARDMEMBER SERVICES, SUPPLIES, 5,424.48; CHAPMANS ELECTRONICS, SUPPLIES, 2,463.00; COLLINS, HEIDI, SUPPLY REIMBURSMEENT, 59.57; COMFORT INN & SUITES, ROOMS, 295.96; CROW, BONNIE, SUPPLY REIMBURSEMENT, 46.10; DAKOTA FEED, GAS AND SUPPLIES, 1,080.92; DINN BROTHERS, AWARDS, 21.65; FISHER, LAURA, MILEAGE, 207.20; G & O PAPER, SUPPLIES, 411.60; GRAND ELECTRIC COOP, ELECTRICITY, 3,122.84; HARMON LAW OFFICE, LEGAL FEES, 1,825.20; HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS, SUPPLIES, 3,038.70; HOLIDAY INN, ROOMS, 732.16; JACKSON, DARREN, TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT, 125.00; JOHNSON, COLETTE, SUPPLY REIMBURSEMENT, 22.04; JOSTEN'S, GRADUATION SUPPLIES, 63.99; KAHLER, DARLA, SUPPLY REIMBURSEMENT, 69.50; KELLER, DONNA, TRAVEL REIMBURSMEENT, 61.00; LEMMON SCHOOL DISTRICT, TRACK EXPENSES, 173.66; MATTHEWS, JOYCE, SUPPLY REIMBURSEMENT, 7.90; MCCALL, WENDI, MILEAGE, 630.48; P FLEET, GAS, 73.19; PECK, SHELLY, SERVICE, 15.00; PENOR'S TEXACO, SUPPLIES, 11.00; SCHOOL LUNCH FUND, TRANSFER, 5,000.00; SCHUCHARD, AMANDA, MILEAGE, 1,418.58; SEIM, BOB, MILEAGE, 183.67; Southwest Business, S U P PLIES, 146.53; STATE LINE DESIGNS, SUPPLIES, 160.50; SUPER 8 MOTEL, ROOMS, 300.00; TECHNOLOGY CENTER, THE, SERVICES, AND CONTRACT, 3,172.50; TIE, REGISTRATION FEE, 1,200.00; TOWN OF BISON, WATER/SEWER/ GARBAGE, 438.03; TURBIVILLE INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC, SUPPLIES/ LABOR, 166.29; WEST RIVER COOP TELEPHONE, MONTHLY UTILITIES, 333.59; Fund Total: 42,524.20 DELEGATIONS NONE EXECUTIVE SESSION-PERSONNEL 140. Motion by Thompson second by Arneson to enter into executive session to discuss personnel. Motion carried. Chairman Kvale declared the meeting into executive session at 7:05 p.m. and back in regular session at 7:55 p.m. P R E S E N TAT I O N - K AT H L E E N ENGLE Kathleen Engle gave a presentation on the Mentoring Process. Further information will be obtained before the school year. UPDATES BUILDING COMMITTEE Bus. Mgr. Crow presented the board with a proposal for services from TSP to prepare a report of cost estimates for renovations to the Bison School. The Board approved the hiring of TSP for services. A contract will be mailed to the District.
APPROVED FINANCIAL REPORT
Cash on Hand 5-1-13 Invested in Securities Local Sources: Receipts: Interest Taxes Miscellaneous GENERAL FUND 14585.03 771747.54 CAP OUTLAY 1989.81 611641.39 161.55 94628.01 3811.53 12922.24 SPED ED PENSION
37171.66
T&A
Intermediate Sources: County Apportionment State Sources: State Aid
203.87 185291.05 366.98 619.12 32111.00
3.67 66253.61
14203.72
TOTAL GENERAL FUND $42,524.20
SECONDARY STAFF-ELEGIBILITY CHANGES Several secondary staff members visited with the board about changing the eligibility timelines. A policy change will be presented for approval. BUDGET-SET HEARING DATE AND TIME Proposed 2013-2014 changes were presented and discussed.
Total Receipts: Total Disbursements:
Cash on Hand 5-31-13 Invested In Securities
218592.02 123232.11 14721.84 866970.64
94789.56 8978.00
IMPACT AID FUND: OSCAR SMITH SCHOLARSHIP FUND
TRUST AND AGENDY Disbursements: Hill City Letter Club Golf Entry Fee 50.00 Newell School Golf Entry Fee 20.00 Lemmon Lions Track Entry Fee 115.00 Mobridge Youth Track Entry Fee 80.00 West River Comm Center Admission Fee 78.00 Dakota Dinosaur Museum Admission Fee 57.00 CEB Sioux Relays Track Entry Fee 80.00 Coca Cola Bottling Pop 90.00 Christi Ryen Supply Reimbursement 189.75 Bison Food Store Supplies 35.54 Joyce Matthews Supply Reimbursement 152.66 Kristen Seidel Travel Reimbursement 1553.31 JD Ryen Meal Reimbursement 51.00 JD Ryen Chaperone Fee 170.00 Boulder Canyon Golf 40.00 Golf Entry Fee Brad Burkhalter Travel Reimbursement 118.82 Cardmember Services 341.25 Prom Supplies 2036.00 Fairfield Inn Rooms 162.00 AP ExamsTests 221.71 SBM Copier Maintenance continued on next page
SCHOOL LUNCH FUND $2201.64 Receipts 4820.80 Disbursements 7919.67 Ending Balance -$897.23
$296,051.81
$81,551.36
1011.81 698430.95
66257.28 13592.68 3218.85 66179.52
14203.72 85899.42
13211.60 8708.86
41674.40
BECKMAN, JENNY, TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT, 411.76; BISON FOOD STORE, SUPPLIES, 6.36; BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD, MEDICAL INSURANCE, 2,100.00; HANDS ON HEALTH PT, SPEC ED SERVICES, 1,086.83; KELLER, DONNA,TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT, 35.00 TOTAL SPECIAL ED FUND $3,639.95
ADCOCK, ALETHA, TICKET REFUND, 27.00; BECKMAN, JENNY, TICKET REFUND, 4.90; BISON FOOD STORE, SUPPLIES, 161.61; BUER, JOHN, TICKET REFUND, 27.00; BUER, TAMMY, TICKET REFUND, 42.00; CASS CLAY CREAMERY, SUPPLIES, 338.50; COLLINS, HEIDI, TICKET REFUND, 3.50; COLLINS, TONYA, TICKET REFUND, 11.90; COOK, CHARITY, TICKET REFUND, 4.90; DROWN, CAMILLE, TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT, 180.05; HENDRICKSON, DANA, TICKET REFUND, 18.00; JOHNSON, COLETTE, TICKET REFUND, 3.85; KAHLER, DARLA, TICKET REFUND, 28.00; KARI, VERONICA, TICKET REFUND, 9.00; KOLB, DAPHNE, TICKET REFUND, 7.50; KOPREN, HEIDI, TICKET REFUND, 14.00; KOPREN, WADE, TICKET REFUND, 5.60; KVALE, STACY, TICKET REFUND, 37.00; MCKINSTRY, SAM, TICKET REFUND, 13.80; MORRIS, LORI, TICKET REFUND, 9.00; PRELLE, TAMMY, TICKET REFUND, 6.15; ROTH, CARRIE, TICKET REFUND, 12.60; SEIDEL, JULIE, TICKET REFUND, 24.00; SEIM, TALLY, TICKET REFUND, 7.00; STORM, CHANDRA, TICKET REFUND, 1.50 TOTAL SCHOOL LUNCH FUND $953.36
141. Motion by Thompson second by Arneson to set the hearing date and time to be July 8, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. Motion carried. Notice is hereby given that the School Board of the Bison School District #52-1 will conduct a public hearing at the Bison School Office in Bison, South Dakota on the 8th day of July, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. for the purpose of considering the foregoing proposed budget for the fiscal year of July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014 and its supporting data. See Attachment “A”. WORKMAN’S COMP COVERAGE Information was provided to the board allowing board members to be a part of the Workman’s Comp Policy. Bus. Mgr. Crow will seek more information on this to see if there is a cost to the District.
BUS CONTRACT APPROVAL 142. Motion by Thompson to approve the contract as presented. Motion fails for lack of a second.
Discussion on the contract for the 2013-2014 school year. Fire safety drills and changes in the size of the vehicle used on the south route (Bixby) were discussed. Bus. Mgr. Crow will send out a revised contract. SDRS ROTH PLAN Members of the South Dakota Retirement may now participate in a ROTH IRA Plan effective 7-1-2013.
143. Motion by Arneson second by Kari to advise SDRS that the Bison School District will participate in this program. Motion carried. REQUEST FOR UNUSED SICK LEAVE A letter from Sherry Basford was presented asking for payment of her unused sick leave. The Board denied this request as it is not a part of the policy plan.
Total Payroll for May-$91167.82, Elem$23115.73; Junior High-$4,197.88; High School-$15742.12; Title$6071.90; Library-$3563.89; Network Managers-$742.79; Office of the Supt$5556.25; Secretaries-$3399.39; Fiscal$2173.50; Custodial-$3831.40; Co-curricular-$10946.19; Special Ed$8737.94; School Lunch-$3088.84
DESIGNATION OF TITLE AUHTORITY continued on next page
continued from previous page National History Day Registration Fee 340.00 Jeffery Johnson Fee Reimbursement 178.88 Lake Wagoner Golf Golf Fee 60.00 Parrot Welfare Center Registration Fee 92.00 Brookings Country Club Golf Fee 82.00 Edgebrook Golf Golf Fee 46.00 Shell Fleet Plus Gas 316.51 Roxie Seaman Graduation20.00 Shawnda Carmichael Graduation 75.00 SDSU Extension Registration Fee 40.00 Mom’s Place History Day 88.25 Ramkota Rooms 659.94 Fairfield Inn Rooms 474.00 Arla Kopren Cake 255.00 Gene Smith Contract Busing 394.24 LifetouchComposite 30.00 Revenues: Prairie Readers Open Account Yearbook Annual Sales History Day Fundraiser General Fund April Reimbursement Special Clearings Field Trip Cash FCCLA Fees 68.00 FFA Auction Sophomores Sale of Candy Special Clearings Composite Cash Dacotah Bank Interest FCCLA Dues
APPROVED FINANCIAL REPORT
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144. Motion by Arneson second by Thompson to designate Donald Kraemer as the authorized signatory on the Consolidated Application and all Title Programs. Motion carried. EXECUTIVE SESSION-PERSONNEL 145. Motion by Kari second by Beckman to enter into executive session to discuss personnel. Motion carried. Chairman Kvale declared the meeting into executive session at 10:10 p.m. and back in regular session at 10:55 p.m. No action taken. RUN OFF BALLOT 150. Motion by Arneson second by Kari to cast a ballot for James Hansen as SDHSAA Large School Representative and for Clay Anderson as Division II Representative. Motion carried. LAND ACQUISITION REQUEST A letter from James Seim was presented to the board to purchase 2 acres of land where the Pleasant Ridge School is located. No action was taken at this time. PAINTING SD Chairman Kvale informed the board of a community project that is being done in the community on June 27-29 and is looking for volunteers.
147. Motion by Beckman second by Arneson to approve the contract of Mesha Larson for the High School Math teaching position for the 2013-2014 school year. Motion carried.
CONTRACT APPROVAL 146. Motion by Arneson second by Thompson to approve the contract of Abby Landphere for the fourth grade teaching position for the 2013-2014 school year. Motion carried.
1318.88 65.00 4119.29 72.00
2076.01 5350.00
148. Motion by Arneson second by Thompson to approve the certified teaching contracts that were presented for the 2013-2014 school year. Motion carried. 149. Motion by Beckman second by Thompson to approve the non-certified contracts that were presented for the 2013-2014 school year. Motion carried.
MEDICAL INSURANCE CONTRACT SDSDBF 150. Motion by Beckman second by Arneson to approve the contract with SDSDBF for medical insurance for the 2013-2014 school year. Motion carried. NWAS REPORT Dan Beckman gave a short report SUPERINTENDENT’S NOTES Interviews Classroom Changes
[Published June 20, 2013 at a total approximate cost of $204.97.]
30.00 1.72 68.00
42.70
TOWN OF BISON CONTRACT A proposed contract with the Town of Bison was presented to the board for the use of the activity bus for open swimming. Some changes were made.
151. Motion by Arneson second by Kari to adjourn the meeting at 11:40 p.m. Motion carried. Dan Kvale, Chairman Bonnie Crow, Bus. Mgr.
[Published June 20, 2013 at a total approximate cost of $115.99.]
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Attachment “A” 2013 - 2014 Bison School District Budget
APPROPRIATIONS Instruction 1100 Regular Programs 1110 Elementary 1120 Junior High 1130 High School 1200 Special Programs 1221 Mild/Moderate Disabilities 1222 Severe Disabilities 1226 Early Childhood 1227 Prolonged 1270 Title TOTAL INSTRUCTION Support Services 2100 Support Services 2120 Guidance 2130 Health Services 2140 Psychological 2150 Speech Programs 2170 Occupational Programs 2200 Support Services instruction 2210 Inprove of Inst. 2220 Educational Media 2227 Tech in School 2300 General Support Services 2310 Board of Education 2320 Executive Admin 2400 Support Services/School Adm 2410 Principal Office 2490 Medicaid Fee 2500 Support/Business 2520 Fiscal Services 2530 Facilities/Acquisition and Construction 2540 Operation/Maint 2550 Pupil Trans 2560 School Lunch 2700 Support/Special Ed TOTAL SUPPORT GENERAL FUND CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND $4,000.00 $2,500.00 $20,000.00 $800.00 $84,837.00 SPEC ED FUND
RETIREMENT FUND $17,000.00 $3,500.00 $13,000.00
SCHOOL LUNCH FUND
IMPACT AID FUND
$397,250.00 $74,100.00 $314,300.00
$26,000.00 $90,250.00 $17,100.00 $133,350.00
$870,487.00 $1,000.00 $400.00
$27,300.00
$33,500.00
$13,903.00 $60,450.00 $3,500.00 $29,050.00 $88,950.00 $55,500.00 $500.00
$6,300.00 $12,917.00 $20,000.00 $7,500.00 $2,700.00 $1,300.00 $2,500.00
$1500.00
$48,400.00
$135,447.00 $90,000.00
$360,000.00 $182,500.00 $12,750.00 $2,450.00
$73,100.00 $6,500.00 $73,100.00
6000 Cocurricular Activities 6100 Male Cocurricular 6200 Female Cocurricular 6500 Transportation 6900 Combined Act 7000 Contingencies 8100 Transfers to
$527,100.00 $26,600.00 $23,600.00 $19,000.00 $38,550.00 $15,000.00 $13,600.00
$564,250.00
$41,667.00
TOTAL COCURRICULAR TOTAL CONTINGENCIES TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT
$107,750.00 $15,000.00
$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $591,550.00
$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $175,017.00
$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $40,000.00
$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $73,100.00
$0.00 $0.00 $0.00
$13,600.00
$15,000.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERS $1,533,937.00 AND RESERVES MEANS OF FINANCE 1000 Revenue From Local Sources 1110 Ad Valorem Taxes 1140 Gross Receipts 1190 Penalties/Interest TOTAL TAXES 1510 Interest
$15,000.00
$570,405.00 $85,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,500.00
$279,798.00 $279,798.00 $1,500.00 $1,500.00
$175,017.00 $175,017.00
$40,000.00 $40,000.00
$657,405.00 $2,500.00 $9,500.00 $9,500.00
TOTAL EARNINGS 1700 Admissions TOTAL COCURRICULAR
1610 School Lunch Sales to Students 1620 School Lunch Sales to Adults 1630 Other Sales TOTAL SALES SCHOOL LUNCH 1920 Contributions 1990 Other Revenues
$30,000.00 $5,500.00 $4,000.00
$1,000.00 $4,500.00
$39,500.00 continued on next page
2013 - 2014 Bison School District Budget
continued from previous page TOTAL LOCAL SOURCES 2110 County Apport TOTAL INTERMEDIATE 3110 Unrestricted Grants TOTAL GRANTS 4120 Unstricteded/Fed 4150 Restricted/Fed TOTAL GRANTS 4210 Revenue in Lieu of Taxe TOTAL REVENUE 4810 Federal Reimbursement TOTAL FEDERAL REIMBURSEMENT 5110 Transfers In TOTAL TRANSFERS IN 5160 TOTAL SURPLUS $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $186,489.00 $186,489.00 $310,252.00 $310,252.00 $591,550.00 $175,017.00 $5,500.00 $6,000.00 $6,000.00
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$497,103.00 $15,700.00 $98,740.00
$497,103.00
$15,000.00 $15,000.00
$114,440.00 $40,000.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 $13,600.00 $13,600.00 $40,000.00
TOTAL REVENUE FROM ALL SOURCES $1,533,937.00 [Published June 27, 2013 at a total approximate cost of $311.01.]
$40,000.00
$73,100.00
$15,000.00
Date: June 11, 2013 Present: Commissioners Schweitzer, Henderson, Ottman, Besler and Foster and Finance Officer Chapman Others present: Shane Penfield, Sheriff Kelly Serr, Paul Thares, Charles Edwards, Ed Gold, James Stock, Jim Lorenz, Neal Pinnow, Garrett Schweitzer, Paul Hancock, Chad Baumgarten, Susan Sandgren, Chris Block, Dave Johnson, Jack Anderson, Koreen Anderson, Marcia Murray, Jamie Spainhower & Beth Hulm, press. Call to Order Chairman Schweitzer called the meeting to order at 9:07 am at the Dakota Lodge in Lemmon. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Perkins County Commission Regular Meeting
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or electronic payment - Fee Promulgation of rules. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the state and its political subdivisions may accept a credit card, a debit card, or an electronic payment as payment for a transaction. The state and its political subdivision may assess and collect a fee in an amount sufficient to cover any processing fee associated with a credit card, debit card, or electronic transaction. The Bureau of Finance and Management shall promulgate rules pursuant to chapter 1-26 relating to the establishment and collection of a processing fee associated with a credit card or debit card transaction. The governing body of each political subdivision may, by resolution, establish and collect a processing fee associated with a credit card, debit card, or electronic transaction. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT that the RESOLVED, Perkins County Commission hereby acknowledges that the Perkins County offices may, but are not required to take credit, debit or electronic transactions for payment of services, and will be allowed to charge a fee or contract with a company that will charge the fee to the constituent or others for utilizing this type of payment form, which fee can be no more than what is sufficient to cover processing fees associated with that transaction all as is according to SDCL 4-3-28. Dated this 11th day of June, 2013 approve the Package Off-Sale Malt Beverage Lic # PB-1700 for Smoky’s Bar & Grill, motion carried. •Henderson moved, Foster seconded to approve the Retail On-Off Sale Malt Beverage Lic # 19071 for Summerville Store, motion carried. •Ottman moved, Besler seconded to approve the Package Off-Sale Malt Beverage & SD Farm Wine Lic #PF8119 for the Buzz Stop, motion carried. Reduced Work Week Besler wondered if the Commission would consider the possibility of implementing a shortened work week for the courthouse. The Department Heads will be consulted for their input and the item will be placed on the July agenda. Budget •Loyson Carda was present to review the 2014 budget. Carda relayed to the Commission that client demand is quite low and requested permission to reduce hours in his Lemmon office accordingly. Foster moved, Besler seconded to authorize Loyson Carda to adjust his working hours as needed, motion carried. •Jim Lorenz was present on behalf of the Lemmon Senior Citizens to request a budget of $1,500 for 2014. •Chris Block was present on behalf of Arrow Public Transit to request $8,000 for 2014. Their allocation for 2013 was $4,000. •Koreen Anderson and Jack Anderson were present on behalf of Boss Cowman Rodeo Grandstands to request $5,000. 2013 allocation was $2,500. •Koreen Anderson also represented Lemmon Junior Livestock Show and requested $5,000 for 2014. The 2013 allocation was $3,500. •LACED was represented by Dave Johnson, Garrett Schweitzer, Shane Penfield and Jack Anderson. They did a brief overview of last year’s projects and also the goals for 2014. LACED’s 2014 request is $40,000. 2013 allocation was $30,000. •Lemmon Fire Department was represented by Chad Baumgarten. Their 2014 request is $25,000. They received $20,000 in 2013. •Susan Sandgren was present on behalf of Three Rivers Mental Health. She requested $7,395 for 2014. The 2013 allocation was $6,000. •Maria Murray represented Western Senior Services. Their request for 2014 is $3,000 which is the same as 2013. Tour of Perkins County Jail Commissioners Henderson, Foster, Besler and Ottman tour the Perkins County Jail. Sheriff Serr conducted the tour and answered questions posed by the Commission. prove the SDRS Roth 457 program for county employees, motion carried. Courier, publishing, 528.26; Bison Food Store, supplies, 23.09; Bison Grain, fuel, 28,879.61; Bison Implement, repairs/suppl, 1,159.00; Butler Machinery, repairs, 88.68; Chapman’s Electronics, repairs, 614.98; Country Media, publishing, 127.54; Crane, Roseland, Hardy, ct appt atty, 1,624.50; Current Connection, supplies/equipment, 3,253.41; Dakota Lodge, rent room, 25.00; Deadwood Lodge, travel, 237.00; EMC Insurance, insurance, 398.00; Lemmon Area Medical, blood testing, 100.00; G&O Paper, supplies, 315.50; R Gerbracht, travel/suppl, 246.05; J Goddard, travel, 102.01; Governors Inn, travel, 159.00; Grand Electric, utilities/repairs, 1,318.59; Hamand Tire, maintenance, 89.00; HDR Engineering, engineering fees, 5,739.85; Rena Hymans, ct appt atty, 844.24; K-M Construction, maintenance, 1,243.20; J Kruger, travel, 51.00; Lemmon EMT Assn, travel, 741.31; Lemmon Leader, supplies, 140.00; Lone Tree Twp, secondary rds, 90.00; McLeod’s Printing, supplies, 97.96; Meade County, medical fees/jail board, 4,071.67; North American Truck, repairs, 75.25; NW Farm & Home Supply, supplies, 684.30; S Penfield, rent, 400.00; Perkins Co Conservation Dist, subsidy, 10,500.00; Pharchem Inc, supplies, 126.00; Postoffice, box rent, 318.00; Prairie City Fire Dept, insurance subsidy, 3,202.00; Premier Equipment, repairs, 3,388.27; Roy’s Pronto Auto, repairs, 155.16; SBM, maintenance, 23.14; SD Dept of Health, blood testing, 295.00; SDSU Extension, wage contract, 10,678.00; Sandra Semerad, ct reporter, 64.60; Sheehan Mack Sales, repairs, 321.01; Sorum Fire Dept, subsidy, 5,000.00; Thunder Butte Spraying, spraying, 234.00; Town of Bison, utilities, 188.39; Verizon Wireless, utilities, 120.09; VISA, travel, 24.00; West Group, law books, 596.00; Western Communications, repairs, 525.75; WR Telephone, utilities, 911.18. Adjournment Foster moved, Besler seconded to adjourn the meeting at 2:10 p.m. The next regular meeting of the Perkins County Commission will be held on Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at the Perkins County Courthouse. ATTEST: APPROVED:
Approval of Agenda Ottman moved, Henderson seconded to approve the agenda as presented, motion carried. Minutes Foster moved, Besler seconded to approve the minutes of the May 7th regular meeting and May 17th special meeting, motion carried.
Perkins County Economic Development Henderson would like the Commission to consider having one Perkins County Economic Development in Perkins County in the future. For the present time, each Economic Development Organization will be considered for budget requests. Perkins County Planning Commission Henderson moved to set the stipend for the Perkins County Planning Commission at $50.00 per month. Henderson withdrew his motion. Henderson moved, Foster seconded to set the stipend for the Perkins County Planning Commission at $50.00 per meeting, plus mileage at the state rate, motion carried.
Paul Thares, SDSU Extension Paul Thares, SDSU Community Development Field Specialist, was present to introduce himself to the Commission. He began work at the SDSU Regional Office on March 22nd. He gave a brief overview of the programs SDSU Extension Service offers. Credit/Debit Cards & Electronic Payments Finance Officer Chapman requested permission to enter into an agreement with GovTeller for Credit/Debit Cards & Electronic payments. There is no cost to the County with all fees being assessed to the consumer. A Resolution needs to be passed. Ottman moved, Foster seconded to introduce and approve Resolution 2013-5, and enter into an agreement with GovTeller for Credit/Debit Cards & Electronic payments, roll call vote; Besler aye, Henderson aye, Ottman aye, Besler aye, Schweitzer aye, motion carried. RESOLUTION 2013-5 Resolution to Accept Credit, Debit and Electronic Transactions
WHEREAS, Perkins County collects and charges fees, taxes, liens and other charges; and WHEREAS, the constituents of the Perkins County and others are desirous on occasion of utilizing credit, debit or electronic transactions to pay for such fees, taxes, liens or other charges; and WHEREAS, there are usually costs associated with using debit, credit or electronic transactions; and WHEREAS, Perkins County feels it is in its best interest to collect a fee sufficient to cover any processing fees associated with the transaction or to utilize a company that will collect the fee themselves and charge the constituent for the use of that type of payment; and WHEREAS, SDCL 4-3-28 states that state and political subdivision permitted to accept credit or debit cards
Highway Department •Lemmon Area Roadway Reconstruction Project Phase I - Hwy Superintendent Buer had estimates for grinding and widening Theatre Road. He brought a couple of different scenarios to the table. City of Lemmon officials were present to comment on the subject. Adams County will be contacted to discuss what strings are attached to their funding for the project. The consensus of the Commission was to proceed with the project as proposed by Superintendent Buer. •Golf Course Road Bridge –Discussion was held on the whether to continue with the bid letting for the repair of the Golf Course Road Bridge. It was the consensus of the Commission to proceed with bid letting. •Culvert on 178th Ave – The width of the current culvert is 12 feet. Buer visited with Bison Township concerning the installation of a new culvert (double 10X8) on 178th Avenue. Buer indicated that he felt his crew would be able to help with the installation on the new culvert. Ottman moved, Besler seconded to assist Bison Township with installation of a new culvert on 178th Ave, motion carried. •Buer has hired Brad Mackaben as a maintenance worker. Foster moved, Besler seconded to set Brad Mackaben’s starting wage at $15.35 per hour motion carried. 10:30 Liquor Hearings •Henderson moved, Ottman seconded to approve the 3-Day Malt Beverage License for Lemmon Boss Cowman Rodeo Committee on July 12, 13 & 14, 2013 at the Lemmon Rodeo Grounds, motion carried. •Besler moved, Ottman seconded to
Sheriff Serr •Besler moved, Foster seconded to approve the auto-supplement of the monthly payment of $20,187.72 from the City of Lemmon to 101-211-411, motion carried. •Henderson moved, Foster seconded to set the wages for the Sheriff Deputy’s as follows: Todd Campbell $18.19/hr, Bill Johnson - $17.47, Gregory Karels - $16.75, Matthew Schackow - $15.85, motion carried. •Foster moved, Besler seconded to waive the 30 day waiting period for ASBSD health insurance for William Johnson and Gregory Karels due to the June 1st Law Enforcement Contract with the City of Lemmon, motion carried. •Sheriff Serr also requested permission for Finance Officer Chapman and himself to attend The Wage-Hour & FMLA Seminar for South Dakota Public Agencies on July 19, 2013 in Rapid City. Approval was given. SDRS Roth South Dakota Retirement recently announced a new retirement savings option, the SDRS Roth 457 program. This program provides public employees a method of contributing after-tax dollars to their retirement fund. There is no cost to the Perkins County. Henderson moved, Besler seconded to ap-
State’s Attorney Shane Penfield addressed the need for an Ordinance for the Perkins County Planning Commission. Perkins County Commission appointed seven members to the Planning Commission and have not appointed a Commissioner. Codified law indicates the Planning Commission shall be an uneven number and a County Commissioner must be appointed to the Planning Commission. Henderson moved, Besler seconded to appoint Willard Ottman as the Commissioner Representative to the Perkins County Planning Commission, motion carried. Besler will visit with Max Matthews on being on the Planning Commission to make the number uneven.
Claims The following claims were presented and approved for payment: May payroll: 60,526.29; IRS, fica, 4,630.24; SD Retirement, retirement, 3,838.53; Delta Dental, insurance, 931.20; Lincoln Mutual, insurance, 132.48; SDSDBF, insurance, 18,233.02; A&B Business, supplies, 41.44; Denise Andahl, ct reporting, 30.00; Automotive Co, rentals, 319.00; Avera Queen of Peace, prof fees, 148.90; Best Western Ramkota, travel, 1,036.97; Bison
Sylvia Chapman, Finance Officer Mike Schweitzer, Chairman [Published June 27, 2013 at a total approximate cost of $ 170.25.]
DISPLAY ADS: $4.70 per column inch. CLASSIFIED ADS: $5.90 for 30 words; 10¢ for each word thereafter. $2.00 billing charge applies. THANK YOU'S: $5.90 minimum or $3.10 per column inch. $2.00 billing charge applies. HIGHLIGHTS & HAPPENINGS: $5.90 minimum or $3.10 per column inch. $2.00 billing charge applies. HAPPY ADS: With or Without Picture: $15.00 minimum or $4.50 per column inch.BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT: $36.00 for 2x7 announcement. Ad Deadline is Monday at NOON! Legal Deadline is Friday at NOON! 244-7199 or courier@sdplains.com
FOR SALE FOR SALE: Alfalfa seed, grass seed and high test alfalfa hay. Delivery available and volume discount available. Call 798-5413. B1-11tp WANTED The Town of Bison is looking for an individual to serve on the nuisance committee. Letters of interest should be sent to City Hall, PO Box 910, Bison, SD 57620 or emailed to bison@sdplains.com. B1-3tc related field is preferred. An AA degree in Early Childhood, an Infant/Toddler CDA, or equivalent experience will be considered. Applicant should be willing to further educational experiences. Preference is given to individuals with Head Start, home visitation, or relevant experience. Computer experience is required. Applicants are subject to background checks and drug screening. We provide a competitive salary and benefit package. Salary is dependent upon education and experience. For more information and an application, please call 605-723-8837. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Position open until 6/28/13 or until filled. B1-2tc
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really added a lot to her stay at Western Horizons. Thanks also to Paulette Ellison for playing the piano for the service. You did a wonderful job. Dr. Hoerauf and staff at the Hettinger Hospital and the Nurses and aides at the nursing home we thank you for your tender care for her. She was not always happy to be there but made the most of it with your help. Thanks to Ray Huber and Evanson-Jensen Funeral Home for their courteous ways and to the Presbyterian Ladies for the delicious meal. As we travel down the path in the future she will be greatly missed, but has made her way home to be with the Lord and Dad as well as loved ones and friends. For that we are all thankful. A memorial has been established to the First Presbyterian Church in Bison where she was a faithful member. Once again thanks for your support and concern for the family. Joyce and Les Aukland & Family Helen Aaker & Family Lillian and Wes Gibson & Family Patsy and Bob Crow & Family John and Noreen Green & Family Joe and Virginia Green & Family Iva Carter Dorothy and Howard Haugen & Family
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845-9204 for more information. Resumes and applications can be mailed to the school Attn: Tim Frederick at 1107 1st Avenue East in Mobridge SD 57601. Open until filled. EOE, Signing Bonus available. THE ROAD TO THE RIGHT CAREER - STARTS HERE! Statewide construction jobs, $12.00 - $18.00 OR MORE. No experience necessary. Apply online www.sdwork.org. #constructionjobspaybetter.
FULL TIME TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTOR with or without coaching (4 day school week) at the Edgemont School District. Position open until filled. For more information contact Dave Cortney at 605-662-7254 or email dave.cortney@k12.sd.us. MISCELLANEOUS DISH TV RETAILER- Starting at $19.99/month (for 12 mos.) & High Speed Internet starting at $14.95/month (where available.) SAVE! Ask About SAME DAY Installation! CALL Now! 1-800-308-1892.
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RN/LPN – IMMEDIATE NEED! Base Pay + attendance bonus & experience pay. Shifts Available: 12 hour overnights or days. Apply in person: 1120 E 7th St., Mitchell, SD 57301, or online at www.welcov.com. Firesteel Healthcare Community by Welcov Healthcare.
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SISSETON SCHOOL DISTRICT OPENING: Preschool- W/WO SPED, Contact: Michelle Greseth, 516 8th Ave W, Sisseton, SD 57262, (605)698-7613. Position open until filled. EOE. THE ROAD TO THE RIGHT CAREER - STARTS HERE! Statewide construction jobs, $12.00 - $18.00 OR MORE. No experience necessary. Apply online www.sdwork.org. #constructionjobspaybetter.
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Wanted: Pasture to rent and hay land to rent or put up on shares. Custom haying: round, medium square, small squares. Please call Tom 605866-4605; 605-949-1933. B33-tfn HELP WANTED Part-time bartending a.m. & p.m. shifts, contact Kelli at the Bison Bar. B2-2tc
Help Wanted: The Town of Bison is now accepting applications for a fulltime maintenance worker. Pay negotiable. Benefits available. Please request an application from: Finance Officer, Box 910, Bison, SD 57620 or call 244-5677 or 244-5231. The Town of Bison is an Equal Opportunity Employer. B1-tfn
Wanted a substitute janitor at the Perkins County courthouse, includes cleaning, mowing, snow removal, ect. Equal Opportunity Employer. Call 605-484-8605 or 244-5624 and ask for Jackie. B1-2tc
TREC-Badlands Head Start: Prenatal to Five is seeking a high energy, self-motivated and professional individual to work as Home Visitor in rural Perkins County including Bison and Lemmon. A passion for early childhood education/development, experience working successfully with a multi-disciplinary team and multicultural awareness are necessary. Strong communication skills, experience working with families of diverse cultures, and a valid driver’s license are required. This individual will be working with ten to twelve families (pregnant women, infants and/or toddlers) in a home-based model. This is a 40 hours per week 12 month position. A BS/BA in Early Childhood or
THANK YOU “ When we went to the hospital the ranch looked like Arizona, we got out 60 days later and it looks like Ireland. Thank you everyone for all of the visits, cards, phone calls, letters, flowers and gifts during my hospital stay and the loss of our mother. (the 4-wheeler is gone)” Jesse and Mary Lee Marty
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who have supported our family in the loss of our mother, grandmother and sister, Gwyneth Green. Words cannot explain the comfort we felt from the community during this difficult time. A special thank you to Pastor Florence Hoff for being there for us before Mom passed away and for the comforting words and special message that you delivered at the family service and funeral. You truly are an awesome Pastor. A big thank you goes to Bart Damjanovich for the music at the family service, funeral and burial. Mom loved you and your music. You
EMPLOYMENT HIRING SKILLED OPERATOR START NOW! Sioux Falls Construction/ Black Top Paving is hiring experienced Blade Operator in the Sioux Falls Area. Competitive wages, CDL preferred but not required. Wage DOE. Benefits include: health, dental and life insurance, vacation pay, 401K, EAP and Flex Program. EOE. Sioux Falls Construction 800 S 7th Ave Sioux Falls SD Krovang@sfconst.com. Full-time Special Education Aide Position now open at the Menno School District. Applicant needs to be highly qualified or willing to become highly qualified. Applications can be picked up at the Menno School Office or obtained by calling (605) 387-5161. EOE.
SISSETON SCHOOL DISTRICT OPENING: Vocal 6-12, Contact: Jim Frederick, 516 8th Ave W, Sisseton, SD 57262, (605)698-7613. Position open until filled. EOE. THE ROAD TO THE RIGHT CAREER - STARTS HERE! Statewide construction jobs, $12.00 - $18.00 OR MORE. No experience necessary. Apply online www.sdwork.org. #constructionjobspaybetter.
DOUGLAS COUNTY COMMISSION is taking applications for full- time Douglas County Highway Superintendent. Must have valid Class A Driver’s License. Experience in road/bridge construction/maintenance. For application contact: Douglas County Auditor (605) 724-2423.
The PDR Hunt is a FREE deer hunt for physically disabled children ages 12-18, September 13-15, 2013. Clark, South Dakota. Call Dean Rasmussen (605) 233-0331, www.pdryouthhunt.com.
SEARCH STATE-WIDE APARTMENT Listings, sorted by rent, location and other options. www.sdhousingsearch.com South Dakota Housing Development Authority. OTR/DRIVERS DRIVERS WANTED: CDL, owner operators, freight from Midwest up to 48 states, home regularly, newer equipment, Health, 401K, call Randy, A&A Express, 800-658-3549. REAL ESTATE BLACK HILLS building site. 3 acres with view situated between Pactola and Sheridan lake. $59,000 call Gene at RE/MAX of Rapid City 605/3914300.
TEACHING POSITIONS OPEN AT MOBRIDGE-POLLOCK School District #62-6 for 2013-2014 School Year: HS Math; MS Special Education; and Birth to 2nd Grade Special Education. Contact Tim Frederick at 605-
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Vonnie Foster visited with Bernie Rose Thursday. Dorothy and Kathleen Carmichael visited with Bernie Rose Saturday. Monday, Carolyn Petik helped with Farmers Union Day Camp in McIntosh. She was also a visitor at Ernestine Miller's on her way home.
Meadow News .....By Tiss Treib
Tuesday, Jerry and Carolyn Petik were dinner guests of Jim and Kim Petik. On Tuesday evening they went to Hettinger to visit Dottie and Mike Barnes and meet their new great-niece, Lila Lynn. Carolyn Petik visited with Stacy Kvale and Madonna Kvale in Bison on Wednesday afternoon.
Madonna is here visiting from Arizona. Carolyn Petik visited with Irene Young in Lemmon on Thursday afternoon. She attended Grand Valley Gals at the home of Emily Kling in the evening. On Sunday, Jerry and Carolyn were among guests at Kavan and Lisa Donohue.
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