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December 12, 2012
Toni Vance and Lynn Halligan (& Krece), on behalf of Longhorn PALS … presented
Doug Schauer, Faith School’s Athletic Director, with a check for $3,000 on Saturday during a break in the
games. Photo by Marcia Samuelson
The Faith City Council had a
couple lengthy discussions at
their December 4th meeting.
Legislative Day in Pierre on
February 5th & 6th was the first
item on the agenda. Mayor
Haines said it was well worth
going to. Two rooms have been set
aside for the night of the 5th.
Members planning to attend are
to let Debbie know next month.
Council members had copies of
the City’s audit prior to the meet-
ing to review and discuss if
needed. Members approved the
audit without any further discus-
sion.
Council discussed options for
Christmas this year, a party or
Bonus Bucks. Mayor Haines
thought maybe supper out would
be nice for a change. The Bonus
Bucks benefit more businesses.
Diane Hellekson asked if the em-
ployees had any preference. It has
been several years since they’ve
had a party, they’ve been giving
the BB. Council decided to get
quotes from the two restaurants
and make a decision at their next
meeting for a supper in January.
No bids were received for avia-
tion fuel. Locken Oil of Isabel had
the bid last year, but didn’t feel it
was of any benefit to them. They
are willing to have a contract
with the City that would allow
them the flexibility of getting
other suppliers to bring fuel if
they can. This was tabled so Deb-
bie can check with Atty. Bogue on
this.
Electricity rates will be in-
creasing. The city office received
information from Misouri River
Basin for an electric rate in-
crease. They suggested a 2.7% av-
erage increase which is enough to
keep the city’s Capital Outlay
revenue up. Council approved the
suggested increase.
Debbie also said Missouri
River Basin suggested they do an
electric study. They haven’t done
one for several years and MRB
thought they should do one every
three years. The study is to make
sure that charges are being made
accordingly and that they are get-
ting enough for Capital Outlay.
The study will be done this sum-
mer and completed by fall.
The hearing for the Durkee
Lake land lease was held with no
one speaking for or against. Tim
Bernstein presented the only bid
for the land, at $5401. Council ac-
cepted his bid. Tim also asked
about the gate at the highway
and about the fence he put in to
prevent livestock from getting
into the dam. Members discussed
moving the fence, but nothing def-
inite was decided.
Debbie presented information
on chairs for the council room.
The ones they were considering
haven’t been on sale, but she is
still watching. Council approved
the purchase of 9 chairs at a limit
of $100 each.
Council changed the dates of
their December 18th meeting to
the 27th, at 5:00, and the January
meetings to the 8th, if needed,
and the 22nd.
Two building permits were ap-
proved: Dave Wilson (former
Deppe house) for an entry over
the front door and Jeff Brown for
a shed.
Riley asked for some items to
be added to the next meeting’s
agenda: furhter discussion on the
fence at Durkee, handicap access
at park, alley at Fishers, and a
list of city crew job descriptions
and priorities. Debbie will get the
list before the next meeting.
Sandy Rasmussen asked about
the cribbage tournament. She
wondered if it started at 6 or if
registration is at 6. She thought it
should be noted in their advertis-
ing. Spencer said they wouldn’t
start until everyone wanting to
play had time to get registered.
Council approves electric
rate increase By Loretta Passolt
Local cowboy Cole Elshere is
moving up in the average in sad-
dle bronc at the WNFR.
Elshere started out a little
slow the first round, with a low
score, but has made much head-
way since. Elshere placed fourth
in Round 2, 6th in Round 4 and
won Round 5 Monday night.
In Cole’s interview following
his win Monday night he said he
had ridden this horse twice before
and scored 87 on it; this time he
scored 83.5, but it was enough.
Only three cowboys made the
whistle in Monday night’s saddle
bronc.
After Monday night’s win, Cole
is 2nd in the average. We’ll con-
tinue to watch and cheer him on
through the rest of the week. We
wish him continued success.
Elshere
moving up
in NFR
average
EARLY DEADLINE
Christmas issue-December 20th
New Year’s issue-Dec. 27th
Santa Claus ... visited Faith Monday evening. Santa was visiting
with Chisum Johnson in the Mall lobby. Santa was in Vilas Health-
care Store later that evening. Photo by Loretta Passolt
Page 2• December 12, 2012 • The Faith Independent
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Trista Marie Meyer, 34, went
to Heaven with her daughter
Shyann, on Dec. 2, 2012 as the re-
sult of a tragic airplane crash in-
Sevier County, Utah.
Funeral services were held on
Saturday, December 8, 2012, at
Our Lady of the Black Hills in
Piedmont, SD, with Father Steve
Biegler officiating. A second serv-
ice was held on Sunday, Decem-
ber 9, 2012, at St. James Catholic
Church in Chamberlain with Fa-
ther Guy Blair officiating. Burial
followed at Graceland Cemetery
in Oacoma, SD.
Trista was born on June 28,
1978 in Rapid City, SD to Roger
James and Myra Jean (Harmon)
Meyer. She joined her older sister
Meridith at home. At an early
age, her family moved to Randall,
MN where three more siblings,
Richard, Randy, and Tessa,
joined her. Trista attended school
in Randall and Little Falls, MN
and then Sturgis, SD where she
graduated high school in 1997.
Growing up, Trista loved sports,
cheerleading, 4-H, horseshows,
and especially loved animals of
any kind. She also loved being
outdoors, going hiking, camping,
and biked the entire 109 mile
Mickelson Trail in SD. In the last
few years she developed a passion
for flying, saying she never felt
more free than when she was in
the air. During high school, Trista
started working at Elk Creek
Steakhouse where she met and
married Mark Allan Lenz, and to
this union was born a beautiful
blue eyed baby girl, Shyann Amy
Lenz. Trista loved her daughter
more than anything else in the
world. Trista was not afraid to try
anything and as a result, had
many adventures and held many
different jobs; aside from Elk
Creek, she worked as a correc-
tions officer for Pennington
County Jail, a mail carrier for
Black Hills Mail Carriers, and
most recently a haul truck opera-
tor for Alpha Resources at the
Bel-Ayre Mine in Gillette, WY.
Trista is survived by her
mother, Myra (Bruce)
Fees,   Rozet, WY; father, Roger
(Leslie) Meyer, Bethel, MN; sis-
ters, Meridith (Scott) Johnson,
Gillette, WY, Tessa (Chris) Me-
land, Sturgis, SD, and Gina
Weyer, Sturgis, SD and Tina
(Ryon) Palmer, Scribner, NE;
brothers, Richard (Sophia) Meyer,
Piedmont, SD, Randy (Lori)
Meyer, Oacoma, SD, Sean By-
both, Minneapolis, MN, and
Steven (Karen) Byboth, Anoka,
MN; nephews, Steele Johnson,
Blaise Johnson, Ridge Johnson,
Korbin Meland, Blake Byboth,
and Garett Palmer; nieces, Laika
Johnson, Kerrigan Meland,
Kwynnlee Meland, Penelope
Meyer, Carmen Pryzbilla, Kelsey
Byboth and Whitney Weyer; and
grandmothers, Coleen Short,
Piedmont, SD, Evelyn Meyer, Lit-
tle Falls, MN and Faye Fees,
Opal, SD.
Trista was joined in death by
her daughter and the light of her
life, Shyann.
Preceding her in death were
her grandfathers, Lloyd Short,
Edward Meyer, and Glenn Har-
mon.
A memorial has been estab-
lished.
Condolences may be sent to the
family at
www.kinkadefunerals.com.
Trista Marie Meyer
Shyann Amy Lenz, 9, went to
Heaven with her mother on Dec
2, 2012 as the result of a tragic
airplane crash in Sevier
County,Utah.
Funeral services were held at
on Saturday, December 8, 2012,
at Our Lady of the Black Hills in
Piedmont, SD, with Father Steve
Biegler officiating. A second serv-
ice was held on Sunday, Decem-
ber 9, 2012, at St. James Catholic
Church in Chamberlain with Fa-
ther Guy Blair officiating. Burial
followed at Graceland Cemetery
in Oacoma, SD.
Shyann was born on February
4, 2003 to Mark Allen Lenz and
Trista Marie (Meyer) Lenz in
Rapid City, SD. Her parents di-
vorced when she was four years
old. Shy started school at Pied-
mont Elementary in Piedmont,
SD and then moved to Rozet, WY
with her mom where she at-
tended Rozet Elementary.
Shyann and her mom lived in
Rozet with Grandma Myra Fees
until buying their own home in
Moorcroft, WY. When her Aunt
Meridith and Uncle Scott moved
their family to Gillette, Shyann
attended third grade at Prairie
Wind Elementary, where
Meridith taught until accepting a
position at Buffalo Ridge Elemen-
tary, where Shyann then at-
tended fourth grade. Shyann's
dad, Mark, remarried and gave
Shyann a brother, Hunter, and
sister, Rayne. Shy loved her
brother and sister to pieces and
was always so proud of them. She
loved spending time with her dad,
second mom, Lindsey and her sib-
lings. Her dad moved his family
to Gillette to be closer to Shyann
and spend more time with her.
Shyann was an amazing little
girl, full of love and hope. She had
participated in Girl Scouts and
was in the process of joining 4-H
so she could show her horse and
rabbit. Shyann had an immense
love for all animals. She wanted
to be a veterinarian so she could
always take care of them. She
was always drawing, making
cards and decorations for every-
one. When Shyann was curious
Shyann Amy Lenz
about an animal, she spent hours
researching and printing off facts
about the animal and reciting it
out loud to anyone that would lis-
ten.
Shyann is survived by her fa-
ther, Mark Lenz; stepmother,
Lindsey (Greer) Lenz; brother
Hunter, and sister Rayne, all of
Gillette, WY; grandmothers,
Myra (Bruce) Fees, Rozet, WY,
and Jo McLaughlin, Seymour, IN;
grandfather, Roger (Leslie)
Meyer, Bethel, MN; great-grand-
mothers, Coleen Short, Piedmont,
SD, Evelyn Meyer, Little Falls,
MN and Faye Fees, Opal, SD; her
loving aunts and uncles and nu-
merous cousins.
Shyann was joined in death by
her mother, Trista Meyer. Preced-
ing her in death was her grandfa-
ther, Richard McLaughlin, and
great-grandfathers, Lloyd Short,
Edward Meyer and Glenn Har-
mon.
A memorial has been estab-
lished.
Condolences may be sent to the
family at
www.kinkadefunerals.com.
Santa Claus is coming!
Please don’t hit him!  Drive
Sober!
Impaired driving is NO acci-
dent. It is a crime that destroys
lives. As a matter of fact, zlcohol
impaired related crashes cost
Americans more than $51 billion
per year. 
Who’s at risk? We all are is the
real answer; however, studies
show that men are almost twice
as likely to drive intoxicated as
women. Young drivers present an
even greater risk. Young men
under the age of 25, drive im-
paired more frequently than any
other age group. 
What should we do to end this
senseless loss of life and money?
Research indicates there are sev-
eral successful strategies that
have proven effective in commu-
nities across the county.
Support the enforcement of ex-
isting laws regarding driving
under the influence and underage
drinking and driving.
Make a personal commitment
to NEVER drink and drive.
Offer to be a designated driver
when you gather with friends.
Arrange for a ride for anyone
who has been drinking.
Report any driver you suspect
Holiday Highway Safety: Where’s the problem?
has been drinking.
Each of us doing our part can
make all the difference! Remem-
ber, the life you save could be
your own.
Tune in next week for the next
part of our Holiday Highway
Safety or contact us at:
Northwest Prevention Re-
source Center
Three Rivers Counseling Center
Lemmon, SD 
email us at faithind@faithsd.com
December 12, 2012 • The Faith Independent • Page 3
Senior Citizens Menu Senior Citizens Menu We have a great selection
of Christmas gifts …
wrapping paper, bows,
gift cards, wine and more!
Shop your hometown for specials!!
Vilas Pharmacy &
Healthcare Store
Prairie Oasis Mall, Main St, Fai th, SD PH: 967-2123
Oscar Leroy Bachand, 89,
Faith, died on December 6, 2012,
with family in Faith.
Funeral services were held at
2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December
11, 2012, at the First Presbyte-
rian Church in Sturgis with Pas-
tor Denzel Nonhof officiating.
Burial followed at the Bear Butte
Cemetery.
Visitation was at Kinkade Fu-
neral Chapel with family present
Monday night.
Oscar was born at home, east
of Sturgis, to Frank and Mary
(Kincheloe) Bachand on Septem-
ber 20, 1923, and was raised on
the home ranch. He attended
country school to the southeast,
over the hill from the ranch. He
started high school in Sturgis, but
quit as a freshman and walked
home with a neighbor boy, thirty
miles east of Sturgis. He then
worked the ranch with his par-
ents and later worked for Emmett
Pharis. Oscar spent his early
years rodeoing, riding broncs, and
bull dogging. He was also a
pickup man and was involved in
rodeo for many years, including
the Days of '76.
On New Year's Eve of Decem-
ber 31, 1951, he married Char-
lotte Ziegenbein and to this
union, four children were born,
Marlene, Mike, Melodee, and
Melissa. He spent his remaining
years ranching and haying
throughout western South
Dakota.
Oscar is survived by his sister,
Francis Wetz; and his children,
Marlene Bachand, Spearfish,
Mike (Kelly) Bachand, Powell,
WY, Melodee (James) Inghram,
Faith, Melissa Bachand, Belle
Fourche; 15 grandchildren, Jason
(Ginny) Anders, Justin Anders,
Jayna (Nate) Frederickson,
Tanya (Kevin) Keser, Tracie (Mil-
ton) Davis, Trampus Bachand,
Tasha (Richard) Schlenker,
Spencer (Andrea) Woody, Nalen
Inghram, Stormy (Tory) Devall,
Jarret Inghram, Derik Trainor,
Charlotte (Shawn) Hofstetters,
Tyrel Taton, and Shayla Walker;
16 great-grandchildren; and a
whole bunch of nieces and
nephews.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Charlotte; his brothers,
Ezward and Ralph Bachand;
brother-in-law, Oliver Wetz; and
one grandson, Travis Anders.
Memorials have been estab-
lished to the Days of '76 museum
and the Hospice of the Northern
Hills.
Condolences may be sent to the
family at
www.kinkadefunerals.com.
Oscar Leroy Bachand
Obituary
Letter to the Editor
There is no question that the
holiday season is one of the
busiest times of the year. Holiday
celebrations (serving plenty of al-
cohol) are as common as decorat-
ing the house and shopping for
bargains. For many in South
Dakota, drinking is a social habit
and unfortunately, some drinkers
choose to drive while impaired.
Whether that person has had way
too many or one too many, a des-
ignated driver is the best option.
Studies show that even one drink
decreases reaction time, a factor
that can prove fatal when a per-
son gets behind the wheel of a car.
There are many options for the
upcoming holiday celebrations if
we choose to use them. The op-
tions could be as simple as serv-
ing festive non-alcoholic drinks
(plenty of recipes found online) for
designated drivers and those
guests choosing not to drink, es-
tablishing a sober driver before
the festivities begin, or carrying
the phone number of a local taxi
service so it is convenient to find
at the end of the night.
All too often the question of
being caught is a major factor
when deciding to drive after a few
drinks. The public should instead
be asking themselves, what will
happen if I don’t get caught? This
answer is much more frightening
than prosecution of DUI, subse-
quent financial loss or loss of li-
cense. The destruction impaired
drivers inflict upon their commu-
nities is immeasurable. Just ask
someone who has experienced the
loss of a loved one due to a drunk
driver. When you weigh all the
options available for getting home
after a holiday celebration, drink-
ing and driving is not one of them.
When you add it all up, drunk
driving is simply not worth the
risk. Avoid the holiday buzz.
Drive sober or get pulled over.
Faith Police Department
Chief of Police
Arlen D. Frankfurth (49-2C)
Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor
About three weeks ago I re-
ceived a package in the mail
from a lady in California. It con-
tained a letter from her and a
scrapbook.
In the letter she said that in
1986 she had attended an estate
sale in Kansas and had bought
an old trunk. Among other
things in the trunk was a scrap-
book containing newpaper clip-
pings of WWII. Many clippings
were from the Faith area, about
our local men in the service.
Many reprinted letters to their
folks, news of missing in action,
wounded and deaths are cited.
The lady sending the scrap-
book took a chance on it being
made or belonging to sooeone
from the Faith area or aquainted
there. Most happenings were in
1943.
On the cover it said No. 2, so
evidently another had been
made.
I’m going to take the book to
the library where it can be seen
and read but not withdrawn. It’s
surely interesting.
Irean Clasen Jordan
All meals served with milk and
bread. Menu subject to change
without notice.
Wed., Dec. 12: Lasagna Rotini
Casserole, Peas, Lemon Perfec-
tion Salad, Pears
Thur., Dec. 13: Roast Pork,
Company Potatoes, Cooked Cab-
bage, Plums
Fri., Dec. 14: P o r c u p i n e
Meatballs w/Gravy, Mashed Pota-
toes, Green Beans, Peaches, Oat-
meal Blueberry Muffin
Mon. Dec. 17: Swiss Steak
w/Tomato & Onions, Mashed Po-
tatoes, Peas, Fruit Cocktail
Tue., Dec. 18: Hawaiian
Chicken Salad, Sliced Tomatoes,
Apple Crisp, Cornbread Muffin
Wed., Dec. 19: BBQ Roast
Beef, Baked Potato, Broccoli,
Pears
Thur., Dec. 20: Sausage
Gravy over Biscuit, Tossed Salad,
Squash, Jello w/Strawberries
Fri., Dec. 21: Ham & Potato
Omelet, Green Beans, Cinnamon
Roll, Plums
Spearfish, SD – Officials are
planning to open snowmobile
trails in the Black Hills area on
December 15, 2012, weather per-
mitting.  The snowmobile trail
program is a cooperative effort be-
tween the South Dakota Game
Fish and Parks Recreation De-
partment and the Black Hills Na-
tional Forest. 
“There have been several
changes to the trail system, par-
ticularly in the O’Neil Pass area,
this season due to increased log-
ging activity in the area,” Bonnie
Jones, Recreation Specialist,
Northern Hills Ranger District,
said. “For your safety, do not ride
snowmobiles around active log-
ging as it is difficult for the oper-
ators to see individuals on
snowmobile machines.”
Some snowmobile trails have
been rerouted to avoid the timber
sale areas. “It is very important
that you pick up a new map be-
fore heading out on the trails this
year,” Jones said.  “If you use an
old map you may end up in an
area that is being logged.” (O'neil
Pass and Cement Ridge re-route
map attached)
New maps may be picked up at
the Game Fish and Parks Recre-
ation office in Lead, at any Forest
Service Office or other visitor in-
formation offices in various towns
throughout the Black Hills and
also online at
http://www.fs.usda.gov/blackhills
and http://gfp.sd.gov/to-do/snow-
mobile/map.aspx.
Officials ask Forest visitors to
always be aware of their sur-
roundings. Recently thinned
areas are sometimes subject to
blow down of remaining live trees
that depended on adjacent trees
for support during strong winds.
Snowmobilers should be espe-
cially aware when riding near
dead trees, whether or not there
is wind, as snags have been
known to fall without warning.
“Please do not drive snowmo-
biles on plowed roads. Plowed
roads are used for full sized vehi-
cles and there is a real possibility
that you may encounter a loaded
log truck that doesn’t have the
ability to stop quickly, especially
on icy roads,” Jones said.
Snowmobile trails are typically
open on the Black Hills National
Forest from December 15 to
March 31.For more information
on the Black Hills National For-
est, please visit
http://www.fs.usda.gov/blackhills.
Officials plan to open snowmobile
trails in the Black Hills area
Keep up with your city,
school, and county...
Read the Legals
Faith Lumber, Faith, SD
will be drawing on
Dec. 21, 2012
for a Handmade Wood
Toy Barn
This barn was built by
Larry Ross and will be
given away to a child
ages 0-12. Children and
parents may stop
in at Faith Lumber to
sign up for this drawing.
Page 4• December 12, 2012 • The Faith Independent
Faith News By Loretta Passolt
Opal Area News
By Kay Ingalls
Virginia Crowser
will celebrate her
90th birthday on
December 11, 2012
Her family requests a
Card Shower
in honor of this
milestone!
Cards may be sent to:
PO Box 39
Union Center, SD 57787
Everyone is invited to the Opal
Community Hall on Wednesday
evening at 6:00 to enjoy the Opal
School Christmas Program. A
community potluck supper will be
held immediately following the
program.
Marlin and Ethel Ingalls took
a 4-wheeler into Sturgis on Mon-
day to be repaired. Stopped in to
visit Margie Ingalls  and on to
Rapid City for some supplies. Fri-
day, they took another 4-wheeler
into Sturgis for service.  Should
have had skies installed on it, I
think. They went on to Rapid City
for a doctor appointment.  We
ended up with at least 8 inches of
snow this week and our ther-
mometer hit -15 last night.
Cheyenne Winkler stopped by
at her folks ranch Wednesday af-
ternoon and left grandson Wyatt
to spend the night with Grandpa
and Grandma Vig before she
stopped to visit JT and Kelsey
and see Brixie Rain for the first
time. Dwayne and Zona took Lan-
dan Brink and Wyatt with them
to Faith for Bible Study and
Youth Group that night. Justin
Ingalls rode in to the Youth
Group gathering with Hope Vig
that evening.
Howard and I went to Sturgis
and Rapid City on Wednesday.
We dropped of some of my excess
Christmas decorations at Mauri
Sobotka's for Rita to pick up.
They are really decorating the
Mark Park for the Christmas sea-
son for all to enjoy. If you can,
stop out and take a look and hope
we can do the same. We kept an
appointment in Rapid, did a little
shopping and picked up a new
bed that Nathan had brought for
his room here at home. Home in
time to attend Bible Study.
Thursday, Dwayne and Zona
stopped to visit Keith and Sue
Keffeler in Sturgis and cut some
nice pine branches.  After some
shopping, Wyatt had an appoint-
ment in Rapid City and was met
by his mother.  Cheyenne re-
turned Landan to his family so
Dwayne and Zona could attend
the Ag Appreciation Banquet.
John Heidler made a trip to
Rapid City after truck repairs
and did a little other shopping on
Thursday. OJ and Leah Heidler
were in the Hills shopping and for
the Christmas Party for Casey
Peterson’s, who Leah works for.
They spent the night at Norman
and McGee Vansickels so they
could finish up some business and
came home on Saturday.  John
made a business trip into Faith
on Saturday and for Carmen this
week was the sewing day held at
the Opal Church basement  on
Winter finally hit Meade
County this past weekend. On
Friday, the Red Owl country re-
ceived over 6 inches of snow while
some areas ended up with almost
twelve inches. Temperatures
were very cold on Sunday with
the thermometer reading four de-
grees at 4:00 pm.
Basketball season ended for
the girls traveling team from the
rural schools on Thursday of last
week. They played Philip in
Union Center and had a loss and
a couple of wins.
The Faith boys played Takini
on Friday and Kadoka on Satur-
day, and won both games. The
Faith girls played Tiospaye Topa
on Thursday and joined in the
double-header against Kadoka on
Saturday at Faith. They won
their opening season games as
well. Players from Central Meade
County are Caden Smiley, Reg
Rhoden, Chaney Keffeler, Paige
Brink and Tanielle Arneson. The
girls played New Underwood this
Tuesday at 6:00 pm and the boys
will play Bison at Faith on Thurs-
day at 6:00 pm.
Caden Smiley won tickets to
the Jason Gray Concert in Rapid
City last week. He was able to
take a friend so Paige Brink ac-
companied him. Jocelyn Keffeler,
along with Kim, Joy, and Kristen
Smiley joined them for dinner
and the concert as well. They
were very impressed and enjoyed
the Christian music of Jason
Gray very much.
Cody Oster spent some time in
the hospital due to a burst appen-
dix. He was admitted last Tues-
day and will hopefully be out
about mid week. A big thank you
to those who prayed for him as it
was quite a serious ordeal.
Time is going by fast as Christ-
mas programs are already taking
place. Casey and Francie Brink
attended their grandsons' Christ-
mas program last week in Stur-
gis. This Wednesday is Opal
School's Christmas program. As a
reminder, here are the rural
school programs scheduled for
this week. Friday, Dec.14 at 6:00
pm is Atall School; Monday,
Dec.17 at 6:00 pm is at the Here-
ford Hall; Wednesday, Dec.19 at
Thursday.  She said they had a
nice turnout and next sewing day
is scheduled for January 11, 2013.
Diane Fees went to Union Cen-
ter on Friday afternoon to watch
her granddaughter play ball with
her basketball team.  Saturday,
Diane, son Jesse and his daugh-
ter Kimber went to Rapid City for
some shopping and errands.
Weather got a little wintery be-
fore they got home.  Snow and
wind moved in late afternoon.
Rod, Tracy and Justin Ingalls
went to Sturgis and Rapid City on
Friday to finish up Christmas
shopping. Nathan and Jason
went to Rapid on Saturday for
shopping. Saturday after chores,
Rod, Tracy and Justin went into
Faith for the basketball games
between the Kadoka teams and
the Faith Longhorns and Lady
Longhorns.  They stopped by to
pick up Jason's dog to spend the
night here as was a cold blustery
night to be left outside.  Jason
came home on Sunday and picked
her up.
We have been enjoying the
NFR Rodeo broadcasts. Cheering
on the SD cowboys and our cow-
girl Nikki Steffes and Cody Taton
who is a SD cowboy, living in New
Mexico now.  They are doing good
and proud of them all.
6:00 pm is at Elm Springs Hall;
Thursday, Dec.20 at 6:00 will be
Enning/Union Center School's
program held at the Central
Meade County Community Cen-
ter.
Tumbling began on Monday at
the Central Meade County Com-
munity Center. There is always a
possibility of a short half-time
performance to show what they
have learned and enjoy doing, but
nothing as of yet has been sched-
uled.
Tis the Christmas season, and
some have their Christmas shop-
ping done while others are just
beginning. With the busyness of
gifts, parties, programs and cele-
brations, may we enjoy this spe-
cial time of year by reflecting
upon the reason we celebrate. Be-
cause of a blessed night 2,013
years ago, we have a Savior and
hope for eternity. This gift sur-
passes any gift we will put under
our tree. May we reflect upon the
meaning of the season, and find
the peace and the joy that was in-
tended for us all.
Central Meade County News
By Sandy Rhoden
Winter finally arrived last
week. The ground was white Fri-
day morning when we woke. I’d
guess around 4”. We got more
Saturday night, probably another
3” or more. Temperatures were
much colder by the end of the
week, but will bi getting back to
the 30s this week.
I think everyone around the
area has been watching the NFR
on tv. Our Faith cowboy, Cole has
scored in three of the four rodeos,
and been in the money in two of
them, finishing fourth and sixth,
so far. Iris Day’s grandson, Ardie
Maier won a nice pot Sunday
night in the bull riding! The other
South Dakota cowboys and cow-
girls have been doing pretty good
too. Cole had a great finish Mon-
day night, winning the round!
That moved him up to 2nd in the
average. Great job Cole!
Dave and Eldora Fischbach
went to Rapid City last Monday
afternoon and spent several days.
They attended the Christmas
party at the fabic shop where she
gives classes. She taught another
quilt class on Friday.
Paul and I went to Rapid City
last Friday, and the road wasn’t
the best to Howes. The plows had-
n’t been out yet when we left
town, at 6:00 in the morning!
From there on they were pretty
decent, even dry in a lot of places.
Varlands, south of town, had
quite a bit more snow than we did
here in town or anywhere else
close. They must have had 8” or
more. The trail on the highway
was pretty deep in that area!
Melissa came down from North
Dakota to do some shopping with
me. We all spent the night at
Dave and Eldora’s house, along
with them. Everyone headed
home Saturday.
Faith Lumber is going to be
drawing for a handmade wood toy
barn on Dec. 21st. This barn was
built by Larry Ross and will be
given away to a child ages 0-12.
Children and parents may stop in
at Faith Lumber to sign up for
this drawing. 
JR and Sandy Rasmussen will
be holding their Christmas din-
ner again this year. They wel-
come anyone to join them at the
Sr. Center and enjoy the day with
others. You may bring a dish to
share if you wish.
The Lady Longhorns opened
their basketball season last
Thursday night at Tiospaye Topa
and the boys opened the next
night at Takini. They boys and
girls had a double-header here on
Saturday with Kadoka. Congrat-
ulations to all on their wins last
week! Nice way to start a new
season.
The girls will be playing at
Hettinger this Thursday night,
and will be hosting Timber Lake
next Tuesday, 18th.
The boys will be hosting Bison
this Thursday night.
The jr. high girls will be host-
ing Dupree this Friday at 3:30
and will be traveling to Lemmon
for a tournament on Saturday.
The Faith School students will
be presenting their Christmas
program next Monday, 17th, at
6:30 in the school gym. Maurine
School will present their program
on Thursday, 20th, at 6:30.
Faith School students will
have a two week break for Christ-
mas this year. School will dismiss
at 1:00 on Friday, Dec. 21st until
January 7th. The library will be
closed some of those days.
I know there must be more of
you with news. Won’t you please
share with our readers?
Marcus News
By Vicky Waterland
December 12, 2012 • The Faith Independent • Page 5
Josh Afdahl … powers down the court and brings the ball to
the basket. The Longhorns went on to win with the score of 68 – 21.
Photo by Marcia Samuelson
Tye Grubl … goes up for a shot during the C Team’s game
against the Kougars. The Longhorns went on to win with the score
of 35 – 25. Photo by Marcia Samuelson
Happy birthday to my grand-
son Quirt who turned four today,
Sunday. I should have asked if he
needed a new birthday sled since
we finally have snow. Friday
morning we awoke to about two
inches of snow that apparently
came during the night. We were
sooo happy to have something
lessen the fire danger and settle
the dust. Harold burned trash al-
most all day and said he had the
buildings cleared of our accumu-
lating trash bags. We received
about two inches of snow but just
north over the hill from us the
neighbors had seven or more.
Randy Keffler told us that he had
ten inches.  It snowed again Sat-
urday night and into Sunday
morning. Once again we only had
about two inches but many others
report having more than that.
Bub Thompson rode home from
the Faith-Kadoka basketball
games in Faith Saturday night.
They said the going was pretty
tough for awhile with limited vis-
ibility. Not only do we have snow
but the temperature went from
the fifties to zero and below. This
weekend Mother Nature chose to
remind us that we live in South
Dakota and it is December.
Sympathy is extended to
Melodee Inghram and family in
the loss of her father, Oscar Bac-
hand. Oscar was well known in
Meade County and beyond.
Dennis Ellefson is still in the
Rapid City Hospital and will
probably be there for a couple
more weeks. He is improving but
it takes time.
Jackie Wicks spent some time
in the Hettinger Hospital. She
was released today, Sunday, but
she, too, will need some recovery
time. Merle Weyer was also in the
Rapid City Hospital but may have
been released by now. Get Well
wishes and prayers go out to all
our ill friends and neighbors.
Friday night, Bub and D’Anne
Thompson and Harold and I at-
tended the basketball game at
Takini between the Takini Sky-
hawks and the Faith Longhorns.
Duane and Sharon Keffeler, Rick
Smiley and Joy Smiley, Randy
and Susie Keffeler also attended.
Since there was very little seating
space left I did not see everyone
so I apologize if I missed you.
Faith won both the varsity and
junior varsity games. The Long-
horn varsity team looks good and
they will improve with experience
which will make them darn good!
According to the bench basketball
critics the team to watch will be
the junior varsity. They show a
lot of ability and promise. Keep
your eyes open for the Longhorn
basketball season. It should be
good! It is so wonderful to see kids
doing something besides texting
or playing a video game. Parents
you’re to be praised for having
your kids in sports.
Bub and D’Anne Thompson,
Nick, Lila, Teren and Tessa
Caspers, Dan, John and Ann
Wondercheck, Allen, Harold and
Vicky Waterland had early birth-
day dinner for Quirt Won-
dercheck Saturday at Robert and
Lacey Wonderchecks.
The following items are news
that I got too late to include last
week. 
Tucker and Bev Hudson were
Hills shoppers on Tuesday and
went to Spearfish to watch Win-
ston Brown wrestle in a Middle
School Duel. He won all his
matches.
Bev Hudson went to Rapid
City Saturday and watched the  3
Brown grandkids in the Little
Britches Rodeo. Wregan and Win-
ston both won All-Around in their
division and Wacey placed in the
goat tying and barrel race.
Mildred Humphrey of White-
wood and Colleen Solzer of Pied-
mont were Saturday afternoon
visitors at Hudsons. Mildred was
raised on the place where Tucker
and Bev live. It was her folks’
homestead place.
There was a big crowd for the
Christmas gathering at the Plain-
view Hall Sunday evening. The
count at supper time was about
40. A fun time was had with the
traveling gift exchange. Bob and
Joanne Silbernagel of Rapid City
stopped in to visit the folks in the
afternoon. Joanne was raised
south of Plainview.
Marcus Church Christmas
Candlelight Service will be held
December 23rd at 4:30 pm.
Everyone is welcome.
Harold pointed out to me that
I made a mistake in my column
last week. I said Eric and Chasity
Martin and should have said Eric
and Chasity Jones. Sorry, I still
call lots of gals by their maiden
names and don’t realize it. I apol-
ogize to Eric and Chasity.
Travis Williams, son of Marv
and Norma (Waterland) Williams
underwent surgery Monday in
Minneapolis, Minnesota. He had
part of his lung removed as they
had found a tumor in it. Marv and
Norma are in Minneapolis with
Travis' wife Akinyi and son Cole.
They were able to get there ahead
of the snow. Travis' sister, Keilani
Amo, of Denver had tried to fly in
Sunday but her plane was sent
back to Denver due to weather.
We are praying the lung biopsy
comes back O.K.
EARLY DEADLINE
Christmas issue-December 20th
New Year’s issue-Dec. 27th
Page 6 • December 12, 2012 • The Faith Independent
Caden Smiley … flies to the basket during Varsity game action
Saturday against the Kadoka Kougars. Faith went on to win with the
score of 90 -23. Photo by Marcia Samuelson
Tyen Palmer … brings the ball down the court during the first
game Saturday against the Kadoka Kougars.
Photo by Marcia Samuelson
The Longhorbns traveled to
Takini to take on the Skyhawks
for their first game of the season.
The JV opened their season
with a big win, 63-13.
Quarter scores
Faith 21-31-51-63
Takini 0-10-10-13
Jarius Halligan and Wyatt
Schuelke led the JV with 11
points each.
Stats: Chaney Keffeler 8 pts, 3
asst, 5 reb, 1 stl; Dalton Sheridan
5 pts, 2 reb, 3 stls; Glenn Palmer
7 pts, 3 assts, 3 stls; Jarius
Halligan 11 pts, 5 asst, 2 reb, 6
stls; John Gropper 1 reb; Joseph
Ulrich 2 pts, 1 asst, 2 reb; Josh
Afdahl 8 pts, 3 assts, 5 reb, 3 stls;
Rio Hulm 2 pts; Tye Grubl 5 pts,
5 reb; Tyen Palmer 4 pts, 1 asst,
5 reb; Wyatt Schuelke 11 pts, 2
assts, 9 reb, 5 stls.
Team Percentage Total:
51% FG, 50% FT
The varsity boys started their
season just where they left off the
end of last season, with an easy
win. Cody Trainor picked up
where he left off, too, scoring in
the high teens. Reggie Rhoden
had 13 and Cody Bernstein added
11 points.
Quarter scores
Faith 16-40-56-64
Takini 5-19-23-38
Stats: Caden Smiley 3 assts, 2
reb,2 stls; Chaney Keffeler 2 pts,
4 reb; Cody Bernstein 11 pts, 3
assts, 4 reb, 6 stls; Cody Trainor
19 pts, 4 assts, 2 reb, 3 blks, 3
stls; Dalton Sheridan 1 stl; Drew
Vance 8 pts, 5 reb, 1 stl; Jarius
Halligan 6 pts, 4 asst, 1 reb, 3 stl;
Josh Afdahl 2 pts, 1 reb; Marty
Shaff 3 pts, 1 reb, 2 stl; Reggie
Rhoden 13 pts, 8 reb,3 blks; Rio
Hulm 1 reb
Team PercentageTotal:
51% FG, 63% FT
Longhorns
open
season
with wins
Dalton Sheridan … goes up for two points during JV game ac-
tion on Saturday. Photo by Marcia Samuelson
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Climate Update: October 2012 in review and look forward
President Obama wins
PresidentaI eIection
SD voters decide on Amendments
and Initiated Measures
Christmas trees soon to adorn Capitol hallways
Annual display is Wednesday, Nov. 21 through Wednesday, Dec. 26
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Harvest Fest Concert set
for Prairie Home Church
Vetterans Day Program Retiring of the colors .
Members of the Faith VFW Post and Faith Legion. Pictured are David
Haines, Gary Fisher, Peggy Riley and Walt Gerbracht.
Photo by Marcia Samuelson
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Happy Holidays from the Faith
Public/School Library!  Here are
some new titles found on the
shelves at the Faith Library:
Children’s Fiction
Good Night, Princess Pruney
Toes by Lisa McCourt
Marshmallow Incident by Judi
Barrett
When I grow Up by Al
Yankovic
Amelia Bedelia Bakes Off by
Herman Parish
Charlie the Ranch Dog by Ree
Drummond (The Pioneer Woman
from the Food Network)
LaRue: Letters from the Cam-
paign Trail by Mark Teague
Barbie: The Princess & the
Popstar by Mary Man-Kong
Pinkalicious: The Princess of
Pink Slumber Party by Victoria
Kann
Ruby’s New Home by Tony
Dungy (a story about a dog)
The Garden on Green Street by
Meish Goldish
Children’s Nonfiction
Puppy to Dog by Cami De la
Bedoyere
Snakelet to Snake by Cami De
la Bedoyere
Caterpillar to Butterfly by
Cami De la Bedoyere
Joey to Kangaroo by Cami De
la Bedoyere
Pup to Shark by Cami De la
Bedoyere
Tadpole to Frog by Cami De la
Bedoyere
Egg to Chicken by Cami De la
Bedoyere
At 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
by Crystal Wirth
Korky Paul: Biography of An
Illustrator by Teresa Heapy
The Chicago Fire by Howard
Gutner
Getting to Know the World’s
Greatest Artists Series: Faith
Ringgold by Mike Venenzia
Gung Hay Fat Choy (Happy
New Year in Chinese) by June
Behrens
Juvenile Fiction
Wild Life by Cynthia DeFelice
Super Diaper Baby 2: The In-
vasion of the Potty Snatchers
(Captain Underpants series) by
George Beard
Juvenile Nonfiction
How I Came to Be a Writer by
Phyllis Reyn Naylor
You Want Women to Vote,
Lizzie Stanton? By Jean Fritz
In the Line of Fire Eight
Women War Spies by George
Sullivan
I am Sacagawea by Grace Nor-
wich
Planets: A New View of the
Solar System by David A Aguilar
Hockey Superstars by Paul Ro-
manuk
Adult Fiction
The Candymakers by Wendy
Mass
Sooner or Later by Debbie Ma-
comber
The Sooner the Better by Deb-
bie Macomber
Adult Nonfiction
A World of Tea Parties Just for
Kids by Pat Nekola (for parents
and planning for parties for kids)
A Lover A Fighter A Tugboat
Rider by Steven Carl Stanga
Thanks to all of you who sup-
ported us at our recent book fair!
Our library received $423.00 in
free books. Keep checking as we
will be getting more new books in
our collection at the first of the
year! 
The library will be open over
the Holidays:
Thursday, Dec. 27 and Friday,
Dec. 28 from 9 AM – 1 PM
Thursday, Jan. 3 and Friday,
Jan. 4 from 9 AM – 1 PM
We will resume our regular
open hours on Monday, Jan. 7
Mondays, Tuesdays & Thurs-
days: 8 AM – 7 PM
Wednesdays: 8 AM – 4 PM
Fridays: 9 AM – 3 PM 
New Books at the Faith Library – December 2012!
Page 8 • December 12, 2012 • The Faith Independent
Lady Longhorn, Tearnee Nelson … was presented an
award by Coach Bryan Carmichael and Asst. Coach Alysha Morten-
son during the games on Saturday. Tearnee reached the 1000 point
mark Thursday night while playing against Tiospaye Topa. She is
only the second Lady Longhorn to reach this milestone. The first
Lady Longhorn to receive such an honor was alumni Brianna (Lem-
mel) Haines. Photo by Marcia Samuelson
Katy Miller … attempts to get the ball away from a Kadoka
Kougar during the game Saturday evening.
Photo by Marcia Samuelson
Paige Brink …brings the ball down the court while evading a
Kadoka Kougar. Photo by Marcia Samuelson
Reggie Rhoden … goes up for two points during the
Faith/Kadoka game Saturday evening. Photo by Marcia Samuelson
The Fait Longhorns hosted the
Kadoka Kougars on Saturday,
Dec. 8th for the first home games
of the season in double-headers
with the girls.
The boys C team opened their
season with a win, 35-25. Tye
Grubl led the Longhorns will 11
points, followed by Wyatt
Schuelke with 8.
Faith 12-17-25-35
Kadoka 4-15-21-25
Stats: Glenn Palmer 3 pts, 2
assts, 1 reb., 2 steals; Jacob Ul-
rich 4 pts, 2 assts, 2 reb, 3 steals;
John Gropper 2 pts, 2 reb; Joseph
Ulrich 3 pts, 3 reb., 4 stl; T r o y
Thompson 1 asst, 1 reb; Tye
Grubl 11 pts, 10 reb; Tyen Palmer
4 pts, 1 asst, 5 reb, 6 stls; Wyatt
Schuelke 8 pts, 1 asst, 5 reb. 5 stls
The JV also had an easy win,
68-21. Chaney Keffeler led the
Longhoprns in scoring with 16
points, followed by Josh Afdahl
with 13.
Quarter scores
Faith 22-39-55-68
Kadoka 5-9-15-21
Chaney Keffeler 16 pts, 7 reb,
3 stls; Dalton Sheridan 6 pts, 2
assts, 6 reb, 10 stls; Glenn Palmer
2 assts, 1 reb.1 stl; Jarius Halli-
gan 8 pts, 2 assts, 1 reb.1 stl;
John Gropper 6 pts, 4 reb, 3 stl;
Joseph Ulrich 1 asst; Josh Afdahl
13 pts, 4 assts, 4 reb, 3 stls; Rio
Hulm 8 pts, 3 asst, 3 reb; Tye
Grubl 8pts, 3 reb; Wyatt Schuelke
3 pts,4 assts, 5 reb, 6 stls
Team percentage totals: 39%
FG, 85% FT
The Longhorn varsity boys
had no trouble with the Kadoka
Kougars, winning big 90-23.
Quarter scores
Faith 22 -56-75-90
Kadoka 4-12-21-23
The Longhorns were led by
Cody Trainor with 26 points and
Jarius Halligan with 22 points.
Stats: Caden Smiley 3pts, 5
assts, 2 reb; Chaney Keffeler 8
pts, 4 reb, 2 blks; Cody Bernstein
2 pts, 5 assts, 1 reb, 4 stls; Cody
Trainor 26 pts, 4 assts, 1 reb, 7
stls; Dalton Sheridan 3 pts, 1
asst, 1 reb; Drew Vance 4 pts, 2
assts, 5 reb, 3 blks, 1 stl; Jarius
Halligan 22 pts, 2 assts, 3 reb, 1
stl; Josh Afdahl 3 reb, 2 stls;
Marty Shaff 2 pts, 1 asst, 1 reb, 1
stl; Reggie Rhoden 12 pts, 1 asst,
5 reb, 2 blks; Rio Hulm 8 pts, 2
assts, 3 reb, 2 stls; Wyatt Simon-
son 1 asst, 12 reb.
Team percentage totals: 71%-
3FG, 62%- FG, 67% -FT
The next game for the Long-
horns will be here this Thursday
night with Bison.
Longhorns host
Kadoka in
double-header
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December 12, 2012 • The Faith Independent • Page 9
Brandi Enright … goes up for two during the girls JV game
against Kadoka on Saturday. Photo by Marcia Samuelson
Teagan Engel … brings the ball down the court while keeping
an eye on the basket. The Lady Longhorns defeated Kadoka’s JV
team with the score of 32-28. Photo by Marcia Samuelson
ARROW TRANSIT SERVICE
1st Tuesday & 3rd Wednesday
of each month
Trips to Rapid City, Sturgis & communities in between
Fares to Rapid City are $25.00
For information or a brochure call (605) 374-3189
or Call 967-2001 to arrange a ride!
Moving?
Notify The Faith
Independent of your
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USDA/Farm Service
Agency News
The Dewey, Meade & Ziebach
County FSA offices would like to
keep you informed of the follow-
ing items important to USDA pro-
grams. If you have any questions
please contact the Dewey County
office at 865-3522 ext 2, Meade
County at 347-4952 ext 2, or
Ziebach County at 365-5179 ext 2.
IMPORTANT DATES TO RE-
MEMBER:
December 25 – Office closed
for Christmas Day
DECEMBER 2012 INTEREST
RATES
Interest Rate for Commodity
and marketing assistance loans is
1.125 %
Interest Rate for Farm Storage
Facility Loans is 1.125 7 YEAR
Interest Rate for Farm Storage
Facility Loans is 1.750 10 YEAR
Interest Rate for Farm Storage
Facility Loans is 1.875 12 YEAR
FLP Farm Operating Loan In-
terest is 1.125%
FLP Farm Ownership Loan In-
terest is 3.125%
COC ELECTION RESULTS
The Dewey County producers
elected Max Truax for a 3 year
term alternate elected was Grant
Martin. Other members of the
committee are Paula Hinckley
and Jeff Stradinger.
The Ziebach County producers
elected Bryant Schauer for a 3
year term. Other members of the
committee are Jace Birkeland,
Mike Maher, and Sullivan White
Wolf.
The Meade County producers
elected Shane Grubl for a 3 year
term. 1st Alternate is Steve Har-
wood and 2nd Alternate Barbara
Huxtable. Other members of the
committee are Marjorie Duprel
and Lynn Fields.
USDA is an equal opportunity
provider, employer and lender. To
file a complaint of discrimination,
write to USDA, Assistant Secre-
tary for Civil Rights, Office of the
Assistant Secretary for Civil
Rights, 1400 Independence Av-
enue, S.W., Stop 9410, Washing-
ton, DC 20250-9410, or call
toll-free at (866) 632-9992 (Eng-
lish) or (800) 877-8339 (TDD) or
(866) 377-8642 (English Federal-
relay) or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish
Federal-relay). USDA is an equal
opportunity provider and em-
ployer.
Billings, MT - A November
2012 study released by Kansas
State University (KSU) titled,
"Mandatory Country of Origin
Labeling: Consumer Demand Im-
pact," claims that demand for beef
has not been impacted by manda-
tory country of origin labeling
(COOL).
However, the World Trade Or-
ganization (WTO), in its adverse
COOL ruling  made pursuant to
complaints filed by Canada and
Mexico, asserted that the U.S.
COOL law seeks to incentivize
the switching of demand towards
U.S. products. The WTO ulti-
mately found that COOL creates
an incentive in favor of processing
domestic livestock and a disincen-
tive against imported livestock.
"The WTO clearly sided with
Canada and Mexico because it
found that the demand for im-
ported cattle - and necessarily the
beef from imported cattle - was
reduced by COOL," said R-CALF
USA CEO Bill Bullard.
"This is exactly what we ex-
pected and intended COOL to do,"
said Bullard adding, "U.S. cattle-
men expected U.S. meatpackers,
which are the cattlemen's con-
sumers, to prefer to slaughter
U.S.-origin cattle to satisfy the re-
tail customers demand for beef
that is labeled both with a USDA
inspection sticker and a U.S.-ori-
gin label.
"If the KSU study is accurate,
then the WTO ruling is a sham,
and vice-versa, Bullard asserted.
Bullard said that if demand for
Canadian or Mexican cattle
slaughtered to produce Canadian-
origin and Mexican-origin beef
was unchanged due to COOL,
then neither Canada nor Mexico
would have filed complaints at
the WTO.
"The fact that KSU has issued
an implausible study demon-
strates just how much manipula-
tive political power COOL
opponents - primarily the multi-
national meatpackers - have over
our land grant universities.
“We believe the demand for
Canadian and Mexican cattle,
and their resulting beef, has been
reduced by COOL and we content
the WTO has no authority what-
soever to undermine U.S. sover-
eignty by attempting to
strong-arm the U.S. into repeal-
ing or modifying our COOL law,"
Bullard concluded.
R-CALF USA says KSU COOL
study conflicts with WTO Findings
NEXT SALE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 17Th
Weaned calf, Bred Cow and Sheep Sale
Sale Time: 10 AM
Expecting 600-700 yearlings and calves & 300-400 sheep
Consignments:
Davis – 275 blk & bldy steers (weaned) 5-550#
Davis – 200 blk & bldy heifers (weaned) 450-500#
Flintrock – 100 blk & bldy steers (weaned) 550#
R Palmer – 30 Angus cows 10s bred Angus calf 4-1
More calves and yearlings expected by sale time.
Upcoming Sales:
MONDAY, DECEMBER 24 NO SALE (MERRY CHRISTMAS)
MONDAY, DECEMBER 31 NO SALE (HAPPY NEW YEAR)
MONDAY, JANUARY 7: 1ST SALE OF 2013
SPECIAL FEEDER CATTLE SALE
Faith Livestock Commission Co.
(605) 967-2200
A nice run of both sheep and cattle here for our sale on Mon-
day, December 10. The market was steady to higher on all
classes of livestock, more interest in the lamb market with no
test on the ewes.
Thank you for your business.
REPRESENTATIVE SALES
Fishhook Ranch
344 ......................................lambs 102 .............$100.50
200...............................ewe lambs 99 ...............$107.50
159 ......................................lambs 77 ...............$106.00
John Long
84 ........................................lambs 82 ...............$104.50
Wade Kopren
192..........................lambs (shorn) 89 ...............$102.00
NDSU
94 ........................................lambs 128 ...............$89.00
Art Christman
55 .......................blk & bldy steers 971 .............$139.50
Flintrock Ranch
17.........................blk & red steers 795 .............$144.00
63........................blk & red heifers 762 .............$137.25
consignment of
40.............................Angus steers 696 .............$153.00
Frank Timmons
50 .......................blk & bldy steers 541 .............$171.75
73............................Angus heifers 535 .............$156.00
J & V Gochenour
78 .......................blk & bldy steers 571 .............$166.00
31............................Angus heifers 602 .............$144.00
L & J Weiss
61.............................Angus steers 686 .............$153.25
Brady Williams
29............................Angus heifers 518 .............$155.00
Allen Howey
35.........................blk & red steers 607 .............$163.25
Jerry Keckler
21 ............................Char x steers 502 .............$168.50
22 ...........................Char x heifers 480 .............$159.75
We appreciate your business. Give us a call at 605-967-2200
or www.faithlivestock.com if you have livestock to sell.
We would be glad to visit with you.
Gary Vance – (605) 967-2162 OR Scott Vance – (605) 739-5501
OR CELL: 484-7127 OR Max Loughlin – (605) 244-5990 OR
1-605-645-2583 (cell) OR Glen King 1-605-390-3264 (cell)
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LEGALS Legal Newspaper for the City of Faith • Faith School District 46-2 • Meade County • NWAS • December 12, 2012 • The Faith Independent • Page 11
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
Dr. Jason M. Haf ner
Dr. Davi d J. Prosser
OPTOMETRISTS
Faith Clinic
1ST–3RD WEDNESDAYS
OF THE MONTH
PH: 967-2644
1-800-648-0760
910 Harmon St
RYAN SEAGER
Cell: (605) 441-7465
Fax: (605) 859-2766
ryanseager@hotmail.com
PHILIP MOTOR,
INC.
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101 W. Oak St., PO Box 816
Philip, SD 57567-0816
Chrysler • Dodge Ram • Ford-Lincoln
Faith Community
Health Service
HOURS Mon.–Fri.:
8 a.m.–12; 1 -5 p.m.
605/967-2644
After Hours
Verna Schad: 964-6114 or
605-365-6593 (cell)
Dusty’s Tire Service
PH: 605-490-8007 – Faith, SD
“Have truck will travel”
For all your on-farm tractor, truck &
machinery tire repairs call Dusty.
Leave a message if no answer
Call anytime 7 days a week!!
I have tubes & most common
tires on hand & can order in any
tire of your choice.
WEST RIVER CABLE
TELEVISION
Serving the town of
Faith, SD
1-888-411-5651
Bison, SD
H&H Repair–Jade Hlavka
3 mi. W & 3 mi. N of Howes, SD
Equip. Repair/Maintenance -
Hydraulics - A/C - Tires
Car & Light Truck Tires
Shop: 605-985-5007
Cell: 605-441-1168
Certified Diesel Tech
hhrepair@gwtc.net
Dr. Brandace Dietterle
DC Chiropractor
EVERY MONDAY
Located in
Imagine and More
Prairie Oasis Mall,
Faith, SD
PH: 415-5935
Imagine And More
Home Furnishings
high Quality ~ Low Cost
Prairie Oasis Mall
Po Box 402 Faith, SD 57626
Mon.–Thurs. 8 aM-6 PM
Bus: 605-967-2562
Krissy Johnson ~ Owner
Ravellette Publ. Inc.
We offer a complete commercial
printing service ...
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• Envelopes • Brochures
• Office Forms • And More!
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PH: (605) 967-2161 OR
FAX: 967-2160
e-mail: faithind@faithsd.com
Faith Veterinary
Service
(605) 967-2212
Monday–Friday: 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturday: 8 am-Noon
CLOSED: SUNDAYS
For the best in critter care!
For all your Real Estate Needs
call Kevin Jensen
1-800-888-1619 or 381-4272
Black Hills land, homes and businesses.
With values and honesty born and bred in Faith,
trust Kevin Jensen to help you
solve your real estate questions.
Kevin Jensen your friend
in real estate
Raben Real Estate, Rapid City
Bogue & Bogue
Law oFFiCeS
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416 S Main St., Fai th, SD
967-2529 or 365-5171
Available for all
occasions
Birthdays
Graduations
Anniversary - Weddings
Call Diane Fees
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Samuel C. O’Rourke, Sr.
PO Box 1618, Eagle Butte, SD
605-685-8703
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• Septic Tank Pumping
• Portable Restrooms
• General Contracting
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD
FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING
PUBLIC TESTIMONY ON THE RE-
CLASSIFICATION OF A SECTION LINE
RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR THE FOLLOW-
ING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
Located in: South half of the section
line between Sections 11 and 12, Town-
ship 6 North, Range 14 East and the
section line between Sections 13 and 14,
Township 6 North, Range 14 East. Re-
classification to non-motorized due to the
topography.
THE HEARING WILL BE HELD DE-
CEMBER 19, 2012, AT 8:30 A.M. AT
THE COMMISSIONERS MEETING
ROOM, ERSKINE ADMINISTRATIVE
BUILDING. INFORMATION, OPINIONS
AND ARGUMENTS MAY BE FOR-
WARDED TO THE MEADE COUNTY
AUDITOR’S OFFICE, 1300 SHERMAN
STREET #126, STURGIS, SD 57785,
BY ANY PERSON UNABLE TO AT-
TEND THE HEARING.
/S/ LISA SCHIEFFER,
MEADE COUNTY AUDITOR
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proximate cost of $11.19
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NOTICE OF
DELINQUENT REAL
ESTATE TAX
CERTIFICATE SALE
LIST FOR 2011
STATE OF SOUTH
DAKOTA,
COUNTY OF MEADE,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE is hereby given that the Tax
Sale Certificate on all lands, town lots,
or other real property situated in the
County of Meade, State of South
Dakota, upon which the taxes for the
year 2011 and prior years shall remain
due and unpaid, will be offered for sale
at public sale in the manner provided by
law on Monday, December 17, 2012, at
the office of the county treasurer of
Meade County, South Dakota at 1300
Sherman St Suite 107, City of Sturgis in
said county and state between the hours
of 9:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. of said day
and sold for the amount of delinquent
taxes charged against said lands, town
lots, or other real property and each sep-
arate piece or parcel thereof, with this
amount, interest is included, and cost of
advertising and the accruing costs of
sale will be added.
The following is a list of real estate
Tax Sale Certificates to be sold as afore-
said, real property in said county and
state liable for taxes for the year 2011
and prior years, and such town lots, and
city property in said county and state, li-
able for the special assessments for the
2011 and prior years upon which taxes
now remain due and unpaid, together
with the amount of original tax extended
against said property and assessments
unpaid for the year 2011 and prior years
together with the original amounts of
such special assessments, as shown by
the records in this office.
The list published at this time does
not include real estate for which the
County now holds Tax Sale Certificates.
Dated at Sturgis, South Dakota the
3rd day of December, 2012.
Susan Boadwine
Meade County Treasurer
MEADE COUNTY TAX LIST
In Whose Name Taxed, Parcel
Number, Legal Description, Acres,
Years Delinquent, Amount of Tax,
H=Half, F=Full With Pen & Int
BESTGEN, LEO, 01.07.10, .STURGIS
HURLEY SUB LOT 10, F2011
.............................................657.69
BESTGEN, LEO, 01.07.11.. STURGIS
HURLEY SUB LOT 11, F2011
.............................................657.69
BESTGEN, LEO, 01.07.7, STURGIS
HURLEY SUB LOT 7,
F2011 ...................................657.69
BESTGEN, LEO, 01.07.A2, STURGIS
HURLEY SUB REMAINDER LOT
A2, F2011...........................1457.42
REIMAN, KAREN J, 01.27.02.07
STURGIS VERNON HEIGHTS
ESTATE LOT 7 BLK 2
H2011.................................2069.83
GRINSTEAD, SILAS C III, 01.34.0D
STURGIS EICKHOFF ADD LOT D.
H2011.................................2483.77
NELSON, BRIDGETTE, 01.38.02.13
STURGIS HILLSIDE TERRACE
SUB LOT 13 BLK 2.........................
F2011 .................................3404.41
STRAIN, MICHAEL W, P.C.01.43.04.28
STURGIS PALISADES SUB LOT 28
BLK 4, F2011 ......................437.21
STRAIN, MICHAEL W, P.C.01.43.04.29
STURGIS PALISADES SUB LOT 29
BLK 4, F2011 .......................906.21
NELSON, LARRY E, 01.51.03.01
STURGIS ASH'S EXT LOTS 1-7
BLK3, F2011 ......................2025.60
HULL, BRAD, 01.51.04.07, STURGIS
ASH'S EXT LOTS 7-9 BLK 4
F2011 .................................1124.85
BESTGEN, LEO, 01.51.04.21,
STURGIS ASH'S EXT LOT 21, N2
LT 22 BLK 4, F2011 .............957.58
FOWLKES, DEE, 01.51.07.09,
STURGIS ASH'S EXT LOTS
8,9,10A,10B,11 BLK 7
H2011...................................606.31
VINING, EDWARD W, 01.51.08.21
STURGIS ASH'S EXT E2 LOT 20,
ALL LOT 21 BLK 8, H2011...467.18
ROYER, JEFF L, 01.51.0E.08
STURGIS ASH'S EXT LOTS 8-10 &
REMAINING PORTIONS OF 11-15
BLK E, F2011.....................2739.20
MC CLINTICK, BILLIE MATHEW,
01.51.0E.0B.STURGIS ASH'S EXT
LOT B BLK E, F2011............367.71
BESTGEN, LEO, 01.51.11.19
STURGIS ASH'S EXT LOTS 19,20
BLK 11, F2011....................2104.37
BESTGEN, LEO, 01.51.11.21
STURGIS ASH'S EXT LOTS 21,22
BLK 11, F2011....................1752.93
MEYER, GARY L, 01.51.12.07,
STURGIS ASH'S EXT ALL LOT 7,
E2 & N2W2 LOT 8, N2 LOT 9,BLK
12, H2011.............................805.88
WELKE, DEBRA D, 01.51.12.132,
STURGIS ASH'S EXT S2 LOTS 13,
14,15, BLK 12, F2011 ..........455.79
WHITE, RANDALL D, 01.51.13.05, 4-5-
5 ASH'S EXT LOTS 5-7,BLK 13/14
H2011.................................1014.18
RANJOE, LLC, 01.51.13.20,
ASH'S EXT LOTS 20-22 W2 LOT 23
BLK 13/14, H2011..............1759.21
RANJOE, LLC, 01.51.13.24, ASH'S
EXT E2 LOT 23, LOT 24 BLK 13/14
H2011...................................573.29
BESTGEN, LEO, 01.51.15.17
STURGIS ASH'S EXT LOTS 17-19
BLK 15, F2011 ...................2590.16
BRIDGE, TERESA TONYA,
01.51.15.20, STURGIS ASH'S EXT
LOTS 20&21 BLK 15,
H2011.................................1011.86
LAZ 1, LLC, 01.51.19.01, STURGIS
ASH'S EXT LOTS 1-2 BLK 19
H2011...................................433.85
LAZ 1, LLC, 01.51.19.03, STURGIS
ASH'S EXT LOTS 3-4 BLK 19
H2011...................................991.64
LAZ 1, LLC, 01.51.19.11, STURGIS
ASH'S EXT LOT 11 BLK 19
H2011...................................107.63
HUGGETT, WAYNE, 01.51.21.05
STURGIS ASHES EXT LOTS 5-6
BLK 21, F2011 ...................1692.70
HUCKINS, JOE C, 01.51.22.13
STURGIS ASH'S EXT LOTS 13-14
W21' LOT 15 BLK 22,
F2011 .................................1666.60
SPARKS, DAVID J, 01.51.23.012
STURGIS ASH'S EXT W2 LOT 1,
ALL LOTS 2-3 BLK 23
H2011.................................1050.08
JOHNSON, LARRY, 01.51.26.011
STURGIS ASH'S EXT N100' LOT 1
& 2 BLK 26, F2011.............1402.15
JOHNSON, LARRY, 01.51.26.012
STURGIS ASH'S EXT S50' LOT 1,
LOT 2 BLK 26 MH ON RE
H2011...................................918.38
JOHNSON, LARRY, 01.51.26.032
STURGIS ASH'S EXTENTION S 85'
LOTS 3-5 BLK 26, H2011 ....148.65
GOBEN, SHENNAN C, 01.53.04.07,
STURGIS BOSWORTH LOTS
7,8,17,18 BLK 4, H2011 .....1147.54
YUKON PROPERTIES LLC,
01.53.06.092, -785- BOSWORTH
W 60'ft LOTS 9-12 BLK 6
H2011...................................961.88
FIRST INTERSTATE BANK,
01.53.10.07, -785- BOSWORTH
LOTS 7-9 BLK 10, F2011...2320.18
ASHLEY, PATRICIA JOSEPHINE,
01.53.10.10 BOSWORTH LOTS 10-
12 BLK 10, H2011............1872.92
WRITER, SUSAN W, 01.53.11.19,
STURGIS BOSWORTH N20' LOT
18, LOTS 19-24 BLK 11
F2011 .................................2010.37
GRAVELLE, LAVONNE MAY,
01.53.14.06 BOSWORTH LOTS 6-8
BLK 14, F2011 ...................1425.54
FOWLKES, FRANKIE D, 01.53.16.06
STURGIS BOSWORTH S2 LOT 5,
LOTS 6-7 BLK 16, H2011 ....856.21
TURN, ROBERT MIKE, 01.55.06.22
STURGIS COMSTOCK LOTS 22-24
BLK 6, H2011.....................4382.77
SCHMID, RICHARD, 01.56.01.09
STURGIS CONNOR'S EXT LOTS
9-10 LESS E 100' BLK 1
F2011 ...................................796.41
BIG DREAMS, LLC, 01.57.01.09,
DEADMAN SUB LOT 9 BLK 1
F2011 .................................2682.50
WHITFORD, KEITH A, 01.57.05.11,
STURGIS DEADMAN SUB LOT 11
BLK 5, H2011.....................1088.85
REIMAN, SALLY C, 01.58.01.09,
DUDLEY & CALDWELL LOTS 9,10
BLK 1, H2011.......................875.62
ASPENWOOD LLC, 01.58.02.07,
DUDLEY & CALDWELL LOTS 7-9
BLK 2, F2011 .....................2010.35
BETZ, KELLIE, 01.58.02.18,
STURGIS DUDLEY & CALDWELL
LOTS 18-21 BLK 2
F2011 .................................2984.62
PARAMO, SCOTT D, 01.58.03.09
DUDLEY & CALDWELL LOTS 9-12
BLK 3, H2011.....................2073.31
SCHMID, RICHARD G, 01.58.04.01,
STURGIS DUDLEY & CALDWELL
LOTS 1-4 BLK 4, F2011.....5973.15
MC KENZIE, WILLIAM A,
01.59.00.057, STURGIS
FAIRGROUNDS ADD LOT 5G
F2011 .................................2125.70
BADGER, EDWARD, 01.60.03.39
STURGIS FT MEADE ADD LOT 39
BLK 3, H2011.......................443.82
STRAIN MPO LLC, 01.60.04.11, -785-
FT MEADE ADD BLK 4 LOTS 11-15
F2011 ...............................13335.27
STANSBURY, MILES A, 01.60.05.37,
STURGIS FT MEADE ADD LOTS
37&38 BLOCK 5, H2011 ....1222.06
BURNS, WILLIAM R, 01.60.05.41,
STURGIS FT MEADE ADDN S90'
OF E 10' LOT 40,S90' LOT 41 BLK
5, H2011...............................440.33
CAMPBELL, KRISTIN R, 01.60.06.04,
FT MEADE ADD LOTS 4,5 BLK 6
F2011 .................................2239.67
STANSBURY, ISAAC, 01.60.08.15,
STURGIS FT MEADE ADD LOTS
15,16 BLK 8, F2011 .............929.06
JENSEN, VIRGINIA, 01.63.02.05,
STURGIS HILLVIEW SUB LOT 5
BLK 2, F2011 .....................2225.77
CROWE, MARGERIE LEE,
01.64.02.A1, STURGIS HILLVIEW
EXT LOT A-1 BLK 2
F2011 .................................2034.33
OWEN, RONALD E, 01.65.01.09,
STURGIS HOELS ADD LOT 9 BLK
1, H2011.............................1255.51
MC VAY, JAMIE R, 01.66.04.0X,
INTERSTATE ACRES LOTS X2 &
Z2 OF NW4NE4 16-5-5
F2011 .................................4381.12
VANDERLAAN, BRYAN J,
01.67.07.03 STURGIS MCMILLANS
EAST LTS 3-5, W 75' LT D S 50' OF
LTS 61-63 BLK 7, F2011....1634.06
BARKER, ROGER L, 01.67.08.13,
STURGIS MCMILLANS EAST
LOTS 13-14 BLK 8
F2011 .................................2060.16
LAX, MICHAEL, 01.67.08.271,
STURGIS MCMILLANS EAST N 75'
LOT 27 BLK 8, H2011..........145.40
WEYER, HARLEY B, 01.67.21.22,
STURGIS MCMILLANS EAST LTS
22,23,24, RW LT 52, LESS RW LTS
22,23, BLK 21, F2011 ..........1849.5
EGGER, EMMA E, 01.68.02.08,
STURGIS MCMILLAN'S SOUTH
ADD LOTS 8,9, & S 2' LOT 10 BLK
2, F2011 .............................1859.28
BEDNEY, MATT, 01.68.12.15,
STURGIS MCMILLAN'S SOUTH
ADD N2 LOT 14, LOTS 15-17 BLK
12, F2011 ...........................2188.27
MEYER, COE D, 01.69.08.09,
STURGIS MCMILLANS SW LOTS
9-10 BLK 8, F2011 .............2327.58
LAZ 1, LLC, 01.70.04.15, STURGIS
NORTHWEST ADD'N LOT A OF
LOT 1 SW1/4SE1/4 4-5-5
H2011...................................192.57
GRINSTEAD, SILAS C III, 01.70.06.01
STURGIS NORTHWEST ADD'N
SW1/4NE1/4SE1/4 5-5-5
H2011.................................5255.90
ANDERSON, RONALD G, 01.71.06.05
STURGIS ORIGINAL TOWN LTS 5-
12 BLK 6, LTS 1-2 BLK 7;
PORTION OF VATED 6TH ST
LYING BETWEEN BLKS 6 &7, S2
OF VACATED SHERMAN ST ADJ
TO BLK 6 & 7, F2011.........8139.19
SALA, FRED A, 01.71.11.011,
STURGIS ORIGINAL TOWN N 70'
LOTS 1-6 BLK 11, H2011...1476.19
M & S FINANCIAL LP, 01.71.13.15, -
785-00 ORIGINAL TOWN E 9" LOT
14, LOT 15 LESS E 7" BLK 13
H2011.................................2781.82
STURGIS TRADING POST LLC THE,
01.71.13.24 ORIGINAL TOWN LOT
24 BLK 13, H2011.............3209.70
MORTIMER-ROWSEY
PARTNERSHIP, 01.71.14.24,
STURGIS ORIGINAL TOWN E 23.5'
LOT 23; LOT 24 BLK 14
H2011.................................4843.75
MAIN STREET GRILL INC,
01.71.15.01...STURGIS ORIGINAL
TOWN LOT 1 BLK 15
H2011.................................2650.71
STRATMAN, RONALD K, 01.71.15.09,
STURGIS ORIGINAL TOWN LOTS
9,10 BLK 15, F2011 ...........10819.6
BOURGET, ROGER, 01.71.16.27,
STURGIS ORIGINAL TOWN LOT
27 BLK 16, H2011..............1258.37
BESTGEN, LEO, 01.71.21.10
STURGIS ORIGINAL TOWN W 1/2
LOT 9, LOT 10, E 6' LOT 11 BLK 21
F2011 .................................2030.85
BESTGEN, LEO, 01.71.21.12,
STURGIS ORIGINAL TOWN W 19'
LOTS 11,12 BLK 21
F2011 .................................1836.21
LAZ 1, LLC, 01.71.23.05, ....STURGIS
ORIGINAL TOWN LOTS 4,5,6 BLK
23, H2011.............................981.07
LAZ 1, LLC, 01.71.23.30, ...STURGIS,
ORIGINAL TOWN LOTS 29-30 BLK
23, H2011...............................35.95
SCHMID, RICHARD G, 01.71.29.21,
STURGIS ORIGINAL TOWN LOTS
21-24 BLK 29, F2011 .........1327.37
RUSSELL, JESSIE (TALLEY),
01.73.0A.011..........STURGIS PINE
ACRES LOT 1 BLK A
H2011.................................1588.15
HEMENWAY, DEREK L,
01.74.02.201 .STURGIS POTTERS
1ST ADD E1/2 LOTS 20-22 INCL
BLOCK 2, H2011..................609.63
BURNS, ROBERT D, 01.74.03.08,
STURGIS POTTERS 1ST ADD
LOTS 8-9 BLOCK 3
H2011 .................................1119.00
BESTGEN, LEO, 01.74.09.03,
STURGIS POTTER'S 1ST ADD
LOTS 3-6 BLK 9, F2011.....5883.76
SCHMID, RICHARD G, 01.74.11.013,
STURGIS POTTER'S 1ST ADD
CENTER 46FT LOTS 1-6 BLOCK
11, F2011 ...........................2908.03
SCHMID, RICHARD G, 01.76.05.24,
STURGIS RODEBANK'S 1ST LOTS
24,25 BLK 5, F2011 ...........1797.23
JONES, CHARLES G, 01.79.01.0M3,
STURGIS SLY HILL ADD S 124.5'
LOT O SW1/4SW1/4 3-5-5
F2011+ SA .........................1560.97
FARRELL, JAMES L, 01.80.02.04,
STURGIS WEBER ADD LOT 4 BLK
B, F2011.............................2928.01
PURSE, ROBERT D, 01.83.16,
STURGIS WATSON SUB LOT 16
F2011 ...................................657.69
FOWLKES, FRANKIE DEE,
01.86.04.03A, STURGIS BRINK
SUB LOT A OF LOT 3 OF LOT MK4
H2011...................................408.36
BESTGEN, LEO E, 01.89.02.21,
STURGIS MCKEE PLAT LOT 21, S
35' LOT 22 BLK 2, F2011...1683.62
JONES, ROY, 01.89.04.01, STURGIS,
MCKEE PLAT LOT 1 BLOCK 4 + 50'
STRIP ABUTTING EAST LOT LINE
OF LOT 1, F2011 ...............3817.56
D & D TRUSS CO INC, 01.91.01.03,
STURGIS DEV SUB TRACT C OF
LOT SD-1 E2W2NW4SE4 6-5-5
H2011.................................4232.42
MAIN, KENNETH A, 01.92.01.09,
STURGIS R & R ADD LOT 9 BLK 1
F2011 ...................................435.14
DAKOTA MALL LLC, 01.94.01.02A,
STURGIS INTERSTATE
INDUSTRIAL PARK SUBDIVISION
LOT 2A, H2011 ..................5384.86
LAZ 1, LLC, 01.99.2C, STURGIS
ULRICH SUBDIVISION LOT 2C
H2011.....................................46.22
MALONEY, BRIAN P, 02.50.07.02,
FAITH LOTS 2 & 3 BLK 7
F2011 ...................................285.35
HENSCHEL, EDWARD F, 02.50.10.06,
FAITH LOT 6 BLK 10
F2011 ...................................310.27
ISAACS, RAYMOND B, 02.50.11.01,
FAITH LOTS 1-3 BLK 11
F2011 .....................................78.54
DOUGLAS, LELAND, 02.50.14.01,
FAITH LOT 1 BLK 14
F2011 ...................................211.42
MILLER, ROBIN W, 02.50.16.10,
FAITH LOT 10 BLK 16
H2011...................................215.85
MILLER, ROBIN W, 02.50.16.11,
FAITH LOT 11 BLK 16
H2011...................................138.84
ESCOTT, KRIS, 02.50.20.11, FAITH
LOT 11 BLK 20, H2011 ..........85.59
BUTLER, LAVONNE R,
02.50.24.102 ....... FAITH W2 LOTS
10,11 BLK 24, H2011 ...........273.35
LUDGER, LUCERO, 02.50.25.03,
FAITH LOT 3 BLK 25
F2011 ...................................130.92
SMITH, RICKY J, 02.50.29.04, FAITH
LOTS 4,5 BLK 29, H2011.....430.64
MC GINNIS, YVONNE, 02.52.02.06,
FAITH BUTLER ADD LOT 6 BLK2
F2011 ...................................705.67
MC GINNIS, YVONNE, 02.52.02.07,
FAITH BUTLER ADD LOT 7 BLK 2
F2011 .....................................66.23
EATON, BRETT, 02.53.03.02, ..FAITH
GOLDEN ADD LOTS 2,3,4 BLOCK
3, F2011 ...............................268.15
SCHUELKE, KASEY, 02.55.0C.07,
FAITH LOT 7 OUTLOT C MH ON
RE, F2011 ............................997.60
KING, ZANE, 02.55.0P.03, FAITH
OUTLOTS FAITH LOT 2 OF LOT 1
OF OUTLOT P, 14.85
F2011 .................................1239.65
MC GRIFF, JOHN, 05.59.2331, 23-003-
12 E2SW4,W2SE4,SE4SE4
200, F2011 ...........................578.60
GRAVATT, ALYN, 0A.53.01.07, BOX
ELDER PATRIOT ESTATES SUB
LOT 7 BLK 1, F2011 ............596.23
JAENNIS LLC, 0A.53.01.21, BOX
ELDER PATRIOT ESTATES SUB
LOT 21 BLK 1, H2011 ..........116.39
ARGUELLO, JAMES, 0A.53.02.12,
PATRIOT ESTATES SUB LOT 12
BLK 2, H2011.....................1084.63
IRELAND, TARA M, 0C.50.02.18,
SUMMERSET SUB LOT 18 BLK 2
36-3-6, H2011 ....................2019.07
SOELZER, PAULA M, 0C.50.14.19,
31-3-7 SUMMERSET SUB LOT 19
BLK 14, F2011 ...................2369.60
LUTZ, MARVIN, 0C.50.16.09..............,
SUMMERSET SUB LOT 9 BLK 16
F2011 .................................3099.81
GUTHRIE, JAMES C, 0C.50.18.46,
36-3-6 LOT 46 BLK 18
F2011 ...................................900.49
BIG DOG INDUSTRIES INC,
0D.50.01.01.PIEDMONT LOTS 1-3
BLK 1 10-3-6, F2011..........3801.45
LEWIN, LORETTA M, 0D.50.06.03,
PIEDMONT LOTS 3-12 BLK 6
H2011...................................410.77
ANDERSON, RONALD G,
0D.50.08.0D, ...PIEDMONT LOT D
BLK 8, F2011 .....................1022.27
FOLEY, PATRICK H, 0D.50.09.01,
PIEDMONT LOTS 1-3 BLK 9
F2011 ...................................824.27
LARSON, CORY D, 10.23.13, 23-4-5,
S2N2SWSWNE,S2SWSWNE,
S2NWSESWNE,
SWSESWNE,S2NESESENW,
F2011 .................................2361.66
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BS ENTERPRISES, 11.26.312, 26-5-5
W2 LOT 3, W2SESW, 42.78
F2011 .....................................59.71
BS ENTERPRISES, 1.26.32, 26-5-5
LOT 4, SWSW BOTH LESS
ROUGHEDGE EST SUB, 66.22
F2011 .....................................61.48
BESTGEN, LEO, 11.50.02.032, 5-5-5
BESTGEN PLAT W 60' LOT 3 BLK
2 SWNW, F2011.....................34.33
GRINSTEAD, SILAS, 11.50.03.01,
6 5 5 BESTGEN PLAT LOT LD-1A
SWNE MH ON RE, H2011..1111.65
GRINSTEAD, SILAS, 11.50.03.011,
6 5 5 BESTGEN PLAT LOT LD-1B
SWNE, H2011......................415.37
STADUM, THOMAS A , 11.50.0A.03,
5 5 5 BESTGEN W STURGIS 4TH
ADD LOT 3 BLK A NW
F2011 .................................2673.97
BESTGEN, LEO, 11.50.0C.03A, .5-5-5
WEST STURGIS FOURTH ADDN
(BESTGEN ADDN) LOT 3A BLK C
F2011 ...................................567.46
BESTGEN, LEO, 11.50.0D.RES, 5-5-5
WEST STURGIS 4TH ADD
RESERVOIR LOT, BLK D
(BESTGEN ADD), F2011 .....129.67
MORRIS, ARTHUR G, 11.52.01.06
BLUCKSBERG MTN EST II LOT 6
BLK 1 MH ON RE, H2011..1244.64
OWEN, RONALD E, 11.53.04.10,
BLUCKSBERG MTN III LOT 10R
BLK 4 MH ON RE, H2011....734.78
JOHNSON, ALLEN, 11.58.0C.01
PLEASANT VALLEY SUB LOT 1
BLK C, H2011 ......................360.78
BRUER, LOUIS, 11.58.0G2, .....25 5 5
PLEASANT VALLEY SUB LOT
GF1R, H2011 .....................3506.25
BOHN, JUSTIN, 11.59.03.01, 5-5-5
SCHNELL'S ADD LOTS 2-10,LOTS
15-24 & ALL LOT ML-1,W1/2 OFS
175' OF LOT ML- 2
F2011 .................................1166.39
B & S PROPERTIES LLC, 11.59.ML6,
SCHNELL'S ADD LOT ML-6
F2011 .................................1455.86
LOOBEY, BROOK D, 12.01.33, 1-6-5
W2NENESESW, NWNESESW,
S2NESESW, NWSESW, S2SESW,
SWSW, S2SE LESS LOT H1,
157.49, F2011 ....................1070.43
LOOBEY, BROOK D, 12.12.21, 12-6-5
N2NW LESS BEAR BUTTE
ESTATES LOTS A&B MH ON RE,
60, F2011 ...........................1155.98
MC PHERSON, FRED J, 12.15.21,
15-6-5 N2NW, SWNW,
N2SENW,N2SWSENW,
N2S2SWSENW, SESENW,N2SW..
237.5, H2011........................366.49
MC PHERSON, FRED J, 12.16.41,
16 6 5 N1/2SE1/4, 80
H2011.....................................66.85
MC PHERSON, FRED, 12.21.12,
21-6-5 W2E2, SENE, NESE, 240
H2011...................................573.37
MC PHERSON, FRED J, 12.28.33,
28 6 5 S2SW,SWSE, 120
H2011...................................176.13
MC PHERSON, FRED J, 12.29.44,
29 6 5 SESE, 40, H2011 ........67.70
MC PHERSON, FRED J, 12.32.11,
32 6 5 E2NE, SWNE, 120
H2011...................................109.74
MC PHERSON, FRED J, 12.33.12,
33 6 5 NWNE, NW, 200
H2011...................................439.30
RUDE, LEE, 12.51.01, 12-6-5,
LOOBEY PLATS LOT 1 OF NE4
MH
ON RE, H2011 .....................394.89
FUNELL, GAYLENE M, 12.51.05,
12 6 5 LOOBEY PLATS LOT 5
NE1/4, H2011.....................1097.87
VAN SAMBEEK, DEBRA, 12.64.0B1,
22-6-5 TRACT B-1, F2011 ...940.60
VAN SAMBEEK, DEBRA , 12.64.0B2,
22-6-5 TRACT B-2 MH ON RE
F2011 .................................2199.60
THOMPSON, GENE D, 13.18.33, 18-7-
5 LOT 4 LESS HANNAH TRACT
F2011 ...................................972.79
SCHEURER, STANLEY, 14.11.333, 11
2 6 N 445.5 ' OF S2SESW & N
445.5' OF SESWSW
F2011 .................................3636.51
MEHLHOFF, LARRY R, 15.09.122, 9 3
6 LOT A OF TRACT 1 OF TRACT C
REV OF LOT 7, F2011.......1103.23
WILBURN,LAVERN E, 15.10.131, 10 3
6 LOT B IN SW1/4NE1/4,LOT 9A
SE1/4NW1/4,LOT 5A IN
SW1/4NW1/4, 58.73
H2011.................................1390.42
GINGRAS, DYLAN DAVID, 15.13.11,
13-3-6 E2NE LESS DB SUB, 77.04
H2011...................................266.44
BAER, JAMES, 15.15.2251, 15-3-6
TRACT A AND ABUTTING
PORTIONS OF LOT 16 OF NW1/4
MH ON RE, H2011...............974.03
DICKINSON, JAMES L, 15.36.247,
36 3 6 LOT A OF SE1/4NW1/4
F2011 .................................1876.72
HJELSETH, DALE K, 15.49.03, 9-3-6
ELK MOUNTAIN SUB LOT 3
F2011 .................................1067.06
HENSLEY, DELBERT E, 15.49.04, 9-3-
6 ELK MOUNTAIN SUB LOT 4 3X
WIDE MH ON RE, F2011...2123.52
MURRAY, BRYON, 15.54.03.04, .9-3-6
ELK CREEK VILLAGE LOT 4 BLK 3
F2011+PRIOR....................6407.07
HONERKAMP, BRUCE A, 15.57.04R,
15-3-6 HONERKAMP SUB LOT 4
REVISED, H2011...............1006.01
HUFFMAN, DONNA C, 15.61.02.06,
25-3-6 MIDLAND HEIGHTS SUB #1
LOT6 BLOCK 2, H2011........925.26
JONES, CURTIS A, 15.61.04.09, 25-3-
6 MIDLAND HEIGHTS SUB #2
LOT9, H2011........................838.46
GOOD, KEVIN G, 15.61.04.23, 25-3-6
MIDLAND HEIGHTS SUB #2 LOT
23, F2011 ...........................1576.33
WESTPHAL, RUDEE, 15.61.04.27, 25-
3-6 MIDLAND HEIGHTS SUB #2
LOT 27, F2011 ...................1494.56
EISENBRAUN, DENNIS J,
15.62.03.16, 9-3-6 MOUNTAIN
SHADOW RANCH #3 LOT 16
BLK 3, F2011 .....................2651.66
MEYER, LEON, 15.62.04.10, 9-3-6
MOUNTAIN SHADOW RANCH #6
LOT 10 BLOCK 4, F2011.....727.29
BRINK, ROXANNE S, 15.63.14, 25-3-6
THE NICHE LOT 14,
H2011...................................249.38
PARRY, TIFFANY, 15.63.18, 25 3 6
THE NICHE LOT 18
F2011 ...................................413.17
GUDERJAHN,DANIEL C, 15.63.19, 25-
3-6 THE NICHE LOT 19
F2011 .................................1478.58
GOULD, DON F, 15.65.FF, 6 3 6
PIEDMONT MEADOWS
RANCHETTES #2 TRACT FF OF
NENE, H2011.......................459.23
FELDE, JOHN DAVID, 15.65.HH, 6 3 6
PIEDMONT MEADOWS
RANCHETTES #2 TRACT HH
F2011 ...................................595.29
HALL, LORITA A, 15.71.28, .......TRAIL
WEST SUB LOT 28 .32 ACRES MH
ON RE, F2011....................1291.21
HIGHMARK FCU, 15.71.42, 14-3-6
TRAIL WEST SUB LOT 42
F2011 ...................................844.50
CRESSY, CURTIS W, 15.71.47, 14-3-6
TRAIL WEST SUB LOT 47
H2011...................................278.38
LINDGREN, TERRY L, 15.71.50, 14-3-
6 TRAIL WEST SUB LOT 50
F2011 ...................................655.47
GOOD, GARY D, 15.71.54, 14-3-6
TRAIL WEST SUB LOT 54 MH ON
RE, F2011 ..........................1108.46
O'NEILL, BRYAN O, 15.71.70, TRAIL
WEST SUB LOT 70
H2011...................................180.68
RAILE, LAWRENCE J, 15.71.84,14-3-6
TRAIL WEST SUB LOT 84 MH ON RE
F2011 .................................1731.04
ABRAMS, TROY ...............15.71.994,
14-3-6 TRAIL WEST SUB LOT 103
MH ON RE, F2011 ...............636.06
ORTLIEB, BRIAN, 15.74.02.19, 24-3-6
WONDERLAND HOMES SUB LOT
19 BLK 2, H2011..................845.25
BERKELEY, WILLIAM, 15.76.04, DALE
SUB. TRACT 4, F2011 .......1115.45
MILES, JAMES O, 15.78.02, 34 3 6
DEUTER SUB LOT 2 MH ON RE
H2011...................................708.59
BLACK HILLS PLATING & POLISH,
15.92.0T1, 25-3-6 RENDEZVOUS
RANCH TRACT T1 LESS ROW
STAGEBARN AUTO
F2011 ...............................11855.79
TIMMS, BARRY A, 15.92.21D, 25-3-6
RENDEZVOUS RANCH LOT 21D
H2011.................................3510.81
CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT LLC........
15.93.0A, 23-3-6 STAGEBARN
SUBDIVISION TRACT A
F2011 .................................2569.81
VALLEY HEIGHTS ESTATES INC
15.TT.06A ...........4-3-6 PIEDMONT
VALLEY MEADOWS ESTATES LOT
6A OF LOT 6, F2011 ..........1167.60
GINGRAS, DYLAN DAVID, 15.WW.01,
13-3-6 DG SUB TRACT 1
F2011 .................................1243.40
TRAIL'S END CORPORATION
16.32.112, 32-4-6 LOTS 2-6 IN THE
NENE MH ON RE, F2011 ..6695.14
WIEDMAN, DEWAYNE, 16.32.14, 32 4
6 LOT 1 OF SENE PARCEL NENE,
LESS R/W MH ON RE
H2011.................................1132.72
GRESLIN, RITA F, 17.19.31, 19-5-6
LOT 3, NESW MH ON RE, 78.59 ...
F2011 ...................................495.73
CHRISTIANS, ELDON D, 17.20.11, 20-
5-6 NENENE, 10, F2011........33.41
CHRISTIANS, ELDON D, 17.21.22, 21-
5-6 NWNW, 40, F2011 ...........63.67
SOPPE, CHRIS A, 17.63.0E, 21-5-6
HILDEBRAND SUB LOT E
H2011.................................1795.29
MARTIN, RICHARD L, 17.70.02, 16-5-
6 CROSS ADDITION LOT 2
H2011...................................707.83
CHRISTIANS, ELDON D, 17.70.07,16-
5-6 CROSS ADDN LOT 7
F2011 .....................................58.75
NORTHERN CHEYENNE AGENCY,
18.17.11, 17 6 6 NE, 160
H2011...................................175.59
NORTHERN CHEYENNE TRIBE,
18.18.33, 18 6 6 GOVT LOT 4
H2011.................................1079.12
NORTHERN CHEYENNE AGENCY,
18.20.41, 20-6-6 SE, 160
H2011...................................163.15
NORTHERN CHEYENNE AGENCY
18.21.21, 21-6-6 NW, N2SW, 240...
H2011...................................316.53
LANG, VIRLANE G, 19.06.12, 6-7-6
LOT 2, SWNE, NWSE, 119.75
F2011 ...................................590.06
LANG, VIRLANE, 19.06.331, 6-7-6
W2W2 LOT 7, 8.4, F2011 ....597.54
LANG, VIRLANE G, 19.51.01, 6-7-6
COTTONWOOD ESTATES TRACT
1, F2011 ...............................138.73
LANG, VIRLANE G, 19.51.02, 6-7-6
COTTONWOOD ESTATES TRACT
2, F2011 ...............................159.44
LANG, VIRLANE G, 19.51.03, 6-7-6
COTTONWOOD ESTATES TRACT
3, F2011 ...............................161.56
LANG,VIRLANE G, 19.51.04, 6-7-6
COTTONWOOD ESTATES TRACT
4, F2011 ...............................168.54
RICHMOND, ROBERT, 20.50.02.14, ..
BLACK HAWK LOTS 14,15,16, & 17
BLOCK 2, F2011.................791.37
SMITH, GLENNIES L, 20.50.04.02,
BLACK HAWK LOT 2, E45' LOT 3,
BLK 4, F2011 .....................1509.71
KIENZLE, ROCKY, 20.50.05.16,
BLACK HAWK LOT 16 BLOCK 5
H2011...................................521.95
WIGLEY, RENA L, 20.50.05.17, BLACK
HAWK LOTS 17, 18, W 14.5' OF
LOT 19, BLOCK 5, F2011 ..1103.73
WIGLEY, RENA L, 20.50.05.20,BLACK
HAWK LOTS 20-26, E 10.5' OF LOT
19, BLOCK 5, F2011............455.10
MARSH, TIMOTHY S, 20.50.09.11,
BLACK HAWK LOT 11 BLOCK 9
H2011...................................844.55
SALYERS, RICHARD W, 20.50.10.09,
BLACK HAWK LOTS 9-10 BLOCK
10, H2011.............................688.38
GONZALEZ, MARIO, 20.50.14.092,
BLACK HAWK W2 LOT 9, ALL LOT
10 BLOCK 14, H2011...........874.31
CAMERON, DONALD M, 20.53.02.04,
BORDEN SUB LOT 4 BLK 2
H2011...................................900.76
HOF, CHARLES L, 20.54.0E.07
BORDEN SUB LOT 7 TRACT E
H2011...................................681.32
WALKS WITH EAGLES, JACOB,
20.55.01.22....., NORTHDALE SUB
LOT 22 BLOCK1, H2011.....616.97
SALWAY, TERRY G, 20.55.03.04, 8-2-7
NORTHDALE SUB LOT 4 BLK 3
H2011...................................702.37
HURD, JEFFREY D, 20.55.03.29, 8-2-7
NORTHDALE SUB LOT 29 BLK 3
H2011...................................683.90
EISENBRAUN, DENNIS,
20.55.05.12R, ............... NORTHDALE
SUBDIVISION LOT 12R BLK 5
(PART IN PENN CO
F2011 ...................................190.17
SHAFFER, JOHN, 20.57.07.07,
PEACEFUL PINES EST #2 LOT 7
BLOCK 7, H2011................1460.37
MC KEE, VICKI, 20.58.01.05, PLAT OF
SECTION 8 LOT 23 OF TRACT 1
BLACK HAWK LOUNGE
H2011.................................1159.52
MC KEE, VICKI, 20.58.01.06 PLAT OF
SECTION 8 LOT 24 OF TRACT 1
MH ON RE, H2011...............575.53
ADER, TAMARA M, 20.58.02.03, -2-7
PLAT OF SECTION 8 LOT 43R OF
TRACT 1, H2011..................437.22
GABERT, DALE E, 20.63.03.01,
VALLEY VIEW SUB LOT 1 BLOCK
3 MH ON RE, H2011............658.57
BLOOMBERG, TIMI R, 20.64.01, VOLZ
PLAT LOT 1 TRACT B OF NENE +
PORTION OF VACAT OAK ST
F2011 ...................................339.06
MORRIS, SCOTT A, 20.76.A2, 7-2-7
LOT 2 OF TRACT A SCHAEFFER
SUB, F2011..........................863.83
FD DEVELOPMENT OF BLACK HAWK
20.85.17, 6-2-7 BJD SUB LOT 17
F2011 .................................7586.90
MARVEL MOUNTAIN ESTATES LLC,
20.97.19, 9-2-7 MARVEL MTN EST
LOT 19, F2011 ...................1448.64
BRENDEN, BAMBI L, 21.52.02.01,
GOLDEN MEADOWS SUB #1 LOT
1 BLOCK 2, F2011.............2409.50
WILCOX, FLOYD A, 21.53.01A.02, 21-
3-7 MC EWEN RANCH SUB LOT 2
OF TRACT 1A, F2011........1040.52
HOLMBERG, DELORIS K, ..21.53.03,
21-3-7 MCEWEN RANCH SUB
TRACT 3 MH ON RE,
F2011 .................................1179.29
NOLD, TIMOTHY R, 21.55.02,
MONTGOMERY HILLS LOT 2
TRACT 18, H2011..............1337.55
HAWKINS, MATTHEW J 21.57.02,.15-
3-7 GOLDEN ARROW SUB TRACT
2, H2011.............................1394.58
HAWKINS, MATTHEW J, 21.57.03,15-
3-7 GOLDEN ARROW SUB TRACT
3, H2011.............................2028.24
KOVITCH, JAMIE A, 21.58.2B, 28-3-7
ERICKSON SUB LOT 2B
H2011...................................437.07
STRONG, CURTIS H, 21.59.09A, 26-3-
7 ELK CREEK VALLEY VIEW
TRACT 9-A, F2011...............963.25
STRONG, CURTIS H, 21.59.09B, 26-3-
7 ELK CREEK VALLEY VIEW
TRACT 9-B, F2011...............716.39
OLESEN, DUANE L, 21.59.16A, 26 3 7
ELK CREEK VALLEY VIEW TRACT
16A MH ON RE, H2011........739.19
BIG SKY REAL ESTATE LLC,
21.68.01R.1C, 17-3-7 BUFFALO
RIDGE ESTATES LOT 1C OF
LOT 1R, H2011 ....................522.92
VITA ROYAL PRODUCTS INC,
21.92.01, 14-3-7 VITA-ROYAL SUB
LOT 1, H2011.....................4060.41
VITA ROYAL PRODUCTS INC,
21.92.02, 14-3-7 VITA-ROYAL SUB
LOT 2, H2011.........................619.5
DENNIS, ROBIN, 24.17.33, 17 6 7,
5 ACRE OF GROUND IN THE
SHAPE OF A SQUARE IN SWSW
F2011 ...................................238.06
VICKERMAN, ROCHE (ROCKY) A,
26.04.12, 4-2-8 S2 LOT 1 LESS
PLATTED PORTION
F2011 ...................................640.29
PETERSON, RANDY A, 26.08.12,.......
8-2-8 NE LESS NENENE & LESS
LOT 1 OF W2NE, 149
F2011 .................................1562.04
PETERSON, RANDY A, 26.08.124, 8-
2-8 LOT 1 OF W2NE
F2011 .................................1239.31
VICKERMAN, ROCHE (ROCKY),
26.52.15 ........., 4-2-8 VICKERMAN
SUBDIVISION TRACT 15
F2011 ...................................895.86
VICKERMAN, TIMOTHY R, 26.56.01,
9-2-8 VICKERMAN SUB #2 LOT 1.
H2011...................................786.79
FINCK, DALE C & NANCY, 26.56.06,..
9-2-8 VICKERMAN SUB #2 LOT 6
MH ON RE, F2011 .............1020.33
SCHUMACHER, RANDY L, 26.62.12A,
5-2-8 ROLLING DICE SUB LOT A
OF LOT 12, F2011 ...............1228.6
ROBBINS, DUANE E, 27.53.33, 35-3-8
HORSESHOE ACRES SUB LOT 33
H2011...................................254.56
WEYRICH FAMILY LTD PARTNERSH,
30.04.13 ...., 4 6 8 LOTS 2-B,3-B,4-
A.4-B, S1/2N1/2,SW &
W1/2SE,NESE, 505.76
H2011...................................666.48
WEYRICH FAMILY LTD PARTNERSH,
30.05.11, 5 6 8 LOTS 1 & 2,
S1/2NE,N1/2SE, SESE, 279.14
H2011...................................352.22
WEYRICH, ROBERT C, 30.06.21,6 6 8
LOTS 3,4&5,SE1/4NW1/4, 155.44 .
H2011...................................365.97
WEYRICH FAMILY LTD PARTNERSH,
30.10.331, 10-6-8 NESWSW,
S2SWSW, 30, H2011...........266.43
WEYRICH FAMILY LTD PARTNERSH,
30.16.11, 16 6 8 ALL, 640
H2011.................................1096.18
MILLS, REUBEN T, 32.53.01R, 10-2-9
PRAIRIE SUB LOT 1R LESS FRAC
IN PENN CO, F2011 ..........2026.39
FOSTER, SCOTT, 32.56.14, 10-2-9,
SUNSET SUB TRACT 14 MH ON
RE, H2011............................772.30
WHEELER, JACK D, 32.59.13, ..5-2-9
ANTELOPE FLATS SUB TRACT 13
H2011...................................310.79
STERN, FREDRICK, 32.59.19, 5-2-9
ANTELOPE FLATS SUB TRACT 19
..............................................F2011
1244.61 ................................................
KRAMER, MARTIN L, 32.59.20., 5-2-9
ANTELOPE FLATS SUB TRACT 20
MH ON RE, F2011 .............2027.75
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.17.11,
17-3-9 E2NE LESS ROYAL
RANCH, S2SW, SE, 301.44
H2011...................................946.38
PASCHKE, DIANA, 33.51.01.B2, 16-3-
9 ANTELOPE CREEK SUB LOT 2
OF TRACT B OF LOT 1
F2011 ...................................801.33
BELGARDE, WANDA L, 33.53.02, 9-3-
9 DRY CREEK ESTATES II LT 2
H2011...................................934.44
COMER, JESSE J, 33.53.06, 9-3-9
DRY CREEK ESTATES II LOT 6
F2011 .................................1887.37
COMER, JESSE J, 33.53.10, .....9-3-9,
DRY CREEK ESTATES II LOT 10
CONTIGUOUS LOT
F2011 ...................................631.23
MC FARLAND,GERALD B, 33.57.07,
21-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 7
F2011 ...................................494.90
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.08,
21-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 8
F2011 ...................................494.90
MC FARLAND, GERALD B...33.57.09,
21-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 9
F2011 ...................................534.50
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.100,
21-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT
100, F2011 ...........................692.85
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.11,
21-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB PARK
LOT 11, F2011 .....................534.50
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.13,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 13
F2011 ...................................505.23
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.14,.
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 14
F2011 ...................................454.73
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MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.15,.
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 15
F2011 ...................................545.67
BOOM CONSTRUCTION INC,
33.57.16, 16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH
SUB LOT 16, H2011 ............246.55
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.17,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 17
F2011 ...................................586.08
MC FARLAND, GERALD B...33.57.18,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 18
F2011 ...................................586.08
BOOM CONSTRUCTION, INC,
33.57.19, 16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH
SUB LOT 19, H2011 ............221.91
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.34,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 34
F2011 ...................................454.73
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.35,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 35
F2011 ...................................454.73
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.36,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 36
F2011 ...................................545.67
MC FARLAND,GERALD B, 33.57.37,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 37
F2011 ...................................545.67
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.38,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 38
F2011 ...................................545.67
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.39,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 39
F2011 ...................................545.67
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.40,.
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 40
F2011 ...................................545.67
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.41,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 41
F2011 ...................................505.23
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.42,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 42
F2011 ...................................586.08
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.43,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 43
F2011 ...................................454.73
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.44,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 44
F2011 ...................................454.73
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.45
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 45
F2011 ...................................454.73
MC FARLAND,GERALD B, 33.57.47,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 47
F2011 ...................................454.73
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.48,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 48
F2011 ...................................545.67
MC FARLAND, GERALD, B..33.57.49,
16-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 49
F2011 ...................................454.73
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.91,
21-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 91
F2011 ...................................916.35
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.92,
21-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 92
F2011 ...................................574.08
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.93,
21-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 93
F2011 ...................................574.08
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.94,
21-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 94
F2011 ...................................613.69
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.96,
21-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 96
F2011 ...................................653.27
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.97,
21-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 97
F2011 ...................................574.08
MC FARLAND,GERALD B, 33.57.98,
21-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 98
F2011 ...................................653.27
MC FARLAND, GERALD B, 33.57.99,
21-3-9 ROYAL RANCH SUB LOT 99
F2011 ...................................574.08
MC FARLAND, GERALD B,
33.57.PARK1, 16-3-9 ROYAL
RANCH SUB LOT PARK LOT 1
F2011 ...................................330.19
TIBBETTS, SHANNON E, 34.30.22,
30-4-9 LOTS 1-4, E2SW, W2SE,
311.7, F2011 ......................1056.15
TIBBETTS, SHANNON E, 34.31.12,
31-4-9 W2E2, E2W2, LOTS 1-4,
470.87, F2011 ....................1226.04
ROTH, DANIEL D, 34.33.411, .. 33-4-9
N935' OF E935' OF NESE MH ON
RE, F2011 ............................308.54
ROCHFORD, KATHERINE, 37.24.11,
24 7 9 N1/2N1/2, 160,
H2011.....................................88.28
STACH, KEVIN, 39.50.02, .......35-3-10
INSPIRATION VALLEY ESTATES
SUB LOT 2 MH ON RE
H2011...................................925.29
STROUD, MARY C, 43.01.21, .1 7 10
LOTS 3,4, S2NW, 159.9
H2011...................................116.17
TURGEON,EDNA A, 43.02.11, 2 7 10
LOTS 1,2, S2NE, 159.98
H2011...................................100.85
SIMONS, MICKEY, 45.03.21, 3 9 10
LOTS 3,4,S2NW,SW, 319.91
F2011 ...................................266.08
SIMONS, MICKEY, 45.04.11, 4 9 10
ALL, 640.06, F2011..............481.66
SIMONS, MICKEY, 45.08.11, ... 8 9 10
E2 320, F2011......................514.40
SIMONS, MICKEY, 45.08.21, 8 9 10,
W2, 320, F2011....................648.79
SIMONS, MICKEY, 45.09.11, 9 9 10
NE, W2SE, 240, F2011........184.48
SIMONS, MICKEY, 45.09.21,... 9 9 10
W2, 320, F2011....................300.73
SIMONS, MICKEY, 45.10.11, 10 9 10
N2,N2S2,SESW,S2SE, 600
F2011 ...................................622.17
SIMONS, MICKEY, 45.16.12, 16 9 10,
W1/2, 320, F2011.................591.39
SIMONS, MICKEY, 45.17.11, . 17 9 10
ALL, 640, F2011.................1241.31
WESTERN DAKOTA LAND LLC,
48.07.33, 7-2-11 LOT 4, SESW,
S2SE, ALL LESS PENN CO, 135.05
F2011 ...................................178.61
BOOMSMA, DENNIS, 53.30.11, .30-7-
11 ALL, 612.94, F2011 .......1028.02
SHUCK BROTHERS INC, 55.31.41, 31
9 11 E2SE, 80, F2011 ..........277.52
DENNIS, ROBERT W, 64.01.41, 1 8 12
NESE, 40, F2011 .................105.88
DENNIS, ROBERT W, 74.05.12, 5 8 13
LOTS 2-4,SWNE,S2NW4, S2518.52
F2011 .................................1391.23
DENNIS, ROBERT W, 74.06.11, 6 8 13
LOTS 1-3, S2NE4,SENW, LOTS 5-
7, E2SW4,SE4, 504.69
F2011 ...................................887.60
DENNIS, ROBERT W, 74.06.22,6 8 13
LOT 4, 13.88, F2011 ..............25.15
DENNIS, ROBERT W, 74.07.11, 7 8 13
E2, 320, F2011.....................585.50
DENNIS, ROBERT W, 74.08.11, 8 8 13
ALL, 640, F2011.................2005.22
DENNIS, ROBERT W, 74.17.11, 17 8
13 N2, 320, F2011................787.19
DENNIS, ROBERT W, 74.18.11, 18 8
13 NE4, 160, F2011 .............392.60
BOWES, JOHN C, 75.01.11, ....1 9 13
LOTS 1-3,SENE, 160.15
H2011...................................154.41
DENNIS,ROBERT W, 75.31.31, . 31 9
13 LOTS 3-4,E2SW4,SWSE, 200.2
F2011 ...................................494.37
BOWES, JOHN C, 76.25.21, 25 10 13
E2NW4,SWNW, 120, H2011..80.65
BOWES, JOHN C, 76.26.24, .26 10 13
SENW,NESW,N2SE4, 160
H2011...................................324.36
VIG, DARRELL, 77.32.34, 32-11-13
SESW, 40, F2011.................172.64
SIMONS, MICKEY, 91.21.32, 21-7-15
NWSW, 40, F2011..................99.02
ISAACS, RAYMOND B, 95.03.11, 3 11
15 LOTS 1-2,S2NE, 159.99
F2011 ...................................332.87
SAMUELSON, JOHN M, A8.07.11, ..7-
10-17 ALL, 640, F2011.......1877.95
SAMUELSON, JOHN M, A8.08.22, 8-
10-17 SE4,W2NW4, 240
F2011 ...................................890.02
SAMUELSON, JOHN M, A8.08.31,
8-10-17 SW4, 160, F2011....614.75
SAMUELSON,JOHN M, A8.09.13, 9 10
17 SWNE,NWNW,S2NW4,SW4,
W2SE4, 400, F2011...........1083.40
SAMUELSON, JOHN M, A8.16.112, 16
10 17 N1/2 WEST OF HIWAY LESS
ROW, 286.39, F2011............660.35
KING, ZANE & DARLENE, B1.10.13,
10-12-17 S2NE MH ON RE, 80 ......
F2011 ...................................340.62
INGHRAM, JAMES W, B1.50.02.01, 3-
12-17 BAXTER ADDN LOT 1 OF
TRACT 2, F2011 ....................16.51
SIMONS,MICKEY, B3.19.11, 19-10-10
E2, E2NW, LOT 1-3 INC NESW
559.62, F2011 ......................517.07
SIMONS, MICKEY, B3.30.11, 30-10-10
E2, LOTS 2-4, SENW, E2SW,
559.28, F2011 ......................542.71
SIMONS, MICKEY, B3.33.13, 33 10 10
S2NE, NESW, N2SE, SESE, 240
F2011 ...................................329.33
SIMONS, MICKEY, B3.33.34, 33-10-10
SESW, SWSE, 80, F2011 ....100.45
SIMONS, MICKEY, B3.34.23, 34 10 10
S2NW, S2SW, 160, F2011...187.54
SIMONS, MICKEY L, B3.34.31, .34 10
10 N2SW, 80, F2011............127.87
Published December 12, 2012 for a total
approximate cost of $548.21
DELINQUENT TAX
LIST MEADE
COUNTY
DELINQUENT TAX
LIST DELINQUENT
MOBILE HOME,
BUILDING ON
LEASED SITE,
SCHOOL LEASE,
WELL LOT &
IRRIGATION TAXES
WITH INTEREST
FOR TAXES
PAYABLE IN 2012
IN WHOSE NAME TAXED, YEARS
DELINQUENT, ANOUNT OF TAX WITH
PENALTY & INTEREST TO DATE
2012 MOBILE HOME DELINQUENT
TAX LIST
TAXPAYER NAME, YEAR & MAKE,
TAXES DUE, TAX YEAR
AKER, LAURA, 1996 HIGHLAND
28X68, 596.34.......................F-2011
AMDAHL, ARAVID, 2001 FRIENDSHIP
16X80, 448.03.......................F-2011
ANDERSON, TERRY OR ADNREA,
1970 GREAT LAKES 12X50
297.89.......................F-12 & PRIOR
ARCENAL, KETH B, 1973 TITAN
14X60, 102.83 ......................F-2012
BARBER, HELEN, 1979 WINDSOR
14X75, 210.95.......................F-2011
BARTLETT, BILLY R & JESSICA R
1971 GEER 14X70...........................
401.54.......................F-12 & PRIOR
BASTIAN, MERLE OR DORIS %
BASTIAN, GALE1997 SKYLINE
16X80....................................................
536.87 ........................................F-2011
BERG, ROBERT OR KAREN, 1991
SHARLO 30X60, 531.57.......F-2011
BERNDT, BARBARA D, 1976
MEDALLION 16X80, 69.92 ..H-2012
BINGHAM, ELIZABETH.............., 1978
LIBERTY 12X60, 31.31 ........H-2011
BINGHAM, JOHN R, ....................1993
FRIENDSHIP 16X80,
414.70...................................F-2011
BLACKMON, ANTHONY J, ...........1974
CENTRAL 12X50, 80.37.......F-2012
BLOOMBERG, TIMI R, 1973 SKYLINE
24X60, 215.02 ......................F-2012
BOND, JAMES R, 1980 MEDALLION
16X80, 127.28 ......................H-2011
BRASSFIELD, BRYAN, 1982
DETROITER 16X80
284.87...................................F-2011
BRINK, DUSTIN, 1994 MEDALLION,
16X80, 340.49.......................F-2011
BROOKS, JULIANNA .., 1987 SCHULT
16X66, 111.49.......................H-2011
BROWN, ASHLEY OR KRAFT,
ROBERT, 1972 GEER 14X70
266.46...................................F-2012
BROWN, KYLE......1993 FRIENDSHIP,
16X80, 210.23.......................F-2011
BURDITT, LOWELL OR CONSTANCE,
1971 CENTURY 14X72
98.81.....................................F-2012
CARISTA HILL, TRACI L, .............1974
WINDSOR 14X70, 180.16....F-2012
CARLIN, NANCY OR SHAWN, 1972
MARSHFIELD 14X70
127.89...................................F-2012
CHRISTIAN, RONALD % VASKNETZ,
KELLY S, 1998 ATLANTIC 28X72
414.51...................................H-2011
CORNETT, DON OR RONA LYNN,
1997 HIGHLAND 16X80
517.28...................................F-2011
CRIPE, LAURA A, 1961 NEW MOON
10X50, 57.98 ........................F-2012
CUMMINGS, ROGER J OR JANICE J,
1974 RITZ 14X70, 129.60 ....F-2012
DONOVAN, ANNA OR BARRY, 1974
METAMORA 14X70
159.54...................................F-2012
DRURY, BONNIE % WEISZ, BONNIE,
1999 HIGHLAND 28X56
886.19...................................F-2011
DUPRIS MAHTO, TIMOTHY,
1977 REVERE 14X76
52.99.....................................F-2011
ENGEL, ADAM J, 1997 FRIENDHSIP
16X80, 532.22.......................F-2011
ENRIGHT, DILLARD OR DEBRA, 1975
RUSHMORE 16X70
56.18 ....................................H-2012
FALTYNOWICS, THOMAS, 1974
EMBS 14X75, 97.92 .............F-2012
FERNEN, JEFFERY L, 1974
DETROITER 24X60
164.14 ..................................H-2012
FEUILLERAT, MICHAEL, ...1976 REVE
14X70, 161.14 ......................F-2012
FINCK, NANCY OR DALE, 1974
REGAL 24X44, 53.46 ...........F-2012
FOY, DEREK OR SARAH..........., 1976
REVERE 24X44, 222.66.......F-2012
GIBBONS, CHARLES OR TAMARA,
1979 CHII 14X80, 114.52......F-2011
GIBSON, VICKIE D....................., 1973
STYLECRAFT 12X52
405.01.......................F-12 & PRIOR
GLASGOW, RICHARD, ...............1970
DETROITER 14X68
120.04...................................F-2012
GLOS, RON OR GRACE, 1974
DETROITER 14X70
154.77...................................F-2012
GORTMAKER, LARRY & CODY, 1990
SCHULT 28X56, 292.34 .......H-2011
GREAT WESTERN BANK, 1968
RUSHMORE 12X60
98.35.....................................F-2012
GREENTREE SERVICING, .........1981
BONNAVILLA 16X70
358.72...................................F-2011
GRESETH, DENNIS, HEIDI &
LEITHAUSER, HALEY 1972
RUSHMORE 14X70
168.87...................................F-2012
GRESLIN, RITA F, 1992 MAGNOLIA
28X72, 699.57.......................F-2011
GREYNOLDS, JOE OR COOK, JO B,
1978 COLT 24X44, 80.31.....H-2011
GRUBL, KAMI L, 1997 FLEETWOOD
14X66, 417.66.......................F-2011
HANSEN, CINDY L, 1973 SKYLINE
14X70, 119.66.......................F-2012
HJERMSTAD, ADAM, 1974
FLAMINGO 12X60, 77.50.....F-2012
HOSCHEID, GRANT OR TERRY L,
1975 MARLETTE 14X70
159.25...................................F-2012
HOSTETTER, TUCKER, 1978
WINDSOR 14X70, 126.16 ....F-2011
HUGHES, MICHAEL, 1976 SCHULT
12X52, 89.00 ........................F-2012
HUMANN, WILLIE, 1981 CLIFTON
14X75, 171.77.......................F-2011
HUME, DORIS OR DOYLE, P %
ONEILL, BRYAN, 1971 RUSHMORE
14X60, 100.25 ......................F-2012
ISAAK, LISA RAE, 1979 BLAIR 16X72
256.81...................................F-2011
JOB, BRIAN & SHEILA, 1994
FRIENDSHIP 14X70
213.16...................................F-2011
JOHNSON, TERRY, 1975 BAY
SPRINGS 12X60, 114.64 .....F-2012
KERFONT, JOSEPH JOHN, ........1980
SKYLINE 24X60, 212.04 ......F-2011
KINER, LAURIE A, 2000 FRIENDSHIP
16X80, 642.49.......................F-2011
KISTLER, HARLAND JR %
DAHLBERG, DENNIS, 2000 ATLANTIC
28X56, 858.22.......................F-2011
KLIMA, DOLORES OR STEVE,
1981 DETROITER 14X70
93.81.....................................H-2011
L C T D INC, 1973 CENTRAL 14X60
100.87...................................F-2012
LADUKE, STELLA IONA, 1973
SCHULT 12X52, 129.71 .......F-2012
LANG, NICOLE MARIE OR JUDITH
LYNN, 1971 TWIN PORT 24X49
175.68...................................F-2012
LARKINS, ROSE MARIE, 1971
DETROITER 14X70
102.04...................................F-2012
LEMKE, LLOYD OR JANEEN, 1973
SCHULT 14X70, 63.98 .........F-2012
LITTLE, DELLA LOUISE, .............1995
LIBERTY 14X64, 156.90 ......H-2011
LITZ FODE, PAULETTE % HARTMAN,
ANN S, 1968 WINDSOR 12X60
90.35.....................................F-2012
LOOFBOUROW, ABBY, 1974
MODULINE 24X60, 205.48 ..F-2012
LOY, SONJA L.1974 WINDSOR 14X70
189.35...................................F-2012
LUND, RAY OR ALLEN, KATHLEEN
1974 FUTURIAN, 14X70,
59.79.....................................F-2012
LUND, RAYMOND EDWARD, 1960
GENERAL 10X50, 11.93.......F-2012
LYDICK, RUTH A, 2004 HIGHLAND
16X56, 477.80.......................F-2011
MARSH, DANIEL OR COLLEEN, 1974
RITZCRAFT 14X66, 94.08 ...F-2012
MCGEE, WAYNE, 1971 LYNNBROOK
12X60, 66.75 ........................F-2012
MCGLOTHEN, DANIEL R OR LINDA,
1969 MARSHFIELD 14X70
36.54 ....................................H-2012
MCKEE, RAMSEY, 1986 FRIENDSHIP
16X72, 161.00.......................F-2011
MEANS, JUDY, 1978 HOLLY PARK
14X80, 74.77 ........................H-2011
MELARAGNO, SHAR L, 1971
FLAMINGO 12X50, 61.79.....F-2012
MITZEL, DENISE L, 1984 MEDALLION
16X85, 275.52.......................F-2011
MOONEY, JAKE, 8X35, 13.78...F-2012
MOONEY, LYNN OR NOWELL, DANA,
1971 GEER 14X70, 86.02 ....F-2012
MURRAY, MICHAEL, 1990 SCHULT
28X64, 453.99.......................F-2011
NELSON FAY, DEANNA, .............1971
AMERICAN 12X60, 9.94 ......F-2012
NICKELSON, STACEY, ................2002
COMMANDER 32X72
754.70...................................F-2011
NORSTEGAARD, MARK A ETUX,
1968 ROLLOHOME 12X60
100.21...................................F-2012
O'NEILL, LYNDEE, 1995 FRIENDSHIP
16X80, 409.64.......................F-2011
OPITZ, VERNON & ARLENE, 1996
SCHULT 16X80, 258.96 .......H-2011
OWEN, BRANDON OR ANDREA, 1974
MAGNOLIA 14X66, 110.21...F-2012
OWEN, DAVE W, 1975 SKYLINE
14X60, 153.89 ......................F-2012
PALMER, MICHAEL, 1982 CLIFTON
14X70, 230.20.......................F-2011
PATENAUDE, BARBARA, 1972 BLAIR
14X57, 45.99 ........................F-2012
PAUL, JON OR YVETTE, .............1999
ROLLOHOME 16X80,
1017.38.................................F-2011
PETERSON, DANIEL WADE, 1975
ADRIAN 12X60, 94.31..........F-2012
PLAGGEMEYER, RON JR OR ELLEN,
1999 CHAMPION 28X56
409.20...................................H-2011
POLJANSEK, DREW J OR
STEPHANIE M, 1984 BRIGHTON
16X80, 143.04.......................F-2011
PRICE, LOREE, 1977 SCHULT 14X70
351.31...................................F-2011
PRITCHARD, DOUGLAS L, 1973
STAR 14X70, 103.69............F-2012
RHODES, DONALD OR BARBARA,
1995 FRIENDSHIP 28X80
816.13...................................F-2011
RICHMOND, ROYCE, 1982 SCHULT
14X68, 146.37.......................F-2011
RIGGS, ALEXANDER OR KIMERLY,
1979 CONTINENTAL 16X70
161.62...................................F-2011
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RORY PARRY % TIFFANY MCLEROY,
1984 SCHULT 14X80
150.73...................................F-2011
ROSELLES, MARK OR MICHELLE,
1973 TWIN LAKES 24X60
272.70...................................F-2012
RUSSELL, JORY %RUSSELL,
JAMES/KAROLI, 1966 RUSHMORE
12X60, 79.54 ........................F-2012
SAFAR, EDWIN V OR BOBBI V, 1994
SCHULT 16X72, 207.87 .......H-2011
SAUNDERS, ARTHUR, 1974
ROSEWOOD 14X70
114.46...................................F-2012
SCHAEFFER, DALE LEE OR
BRANDON JOHN .................., 1976
CHAMPION 14X56
112.50...................................F-2012
SCHUMAKER, DARRELL, 1974
HOLLY PARK 14X65
92.37.....................................F-2012
SCOT, DAN % LINDGREN, TARRY &
GRETA, 1972 BLAIR 12X60
87.06.....................................F-2012
SEIDEL, DENNIS, 1991 SHARLO
16X70, 344.60.......................F-2011
SHERMAN, JOSH, 1978 VIKING
14X64, 179.31.......................F-2011
SHOUN, KERI, 1997 FRIENDSHIP
14X72, 527.37.......................F-2011
SMITH, THOMAS OR JAMES ...., 1977
AMERICAN 14X80, 90.71.....F-2011
SPENCER, MELISSA ................., 1976
CONTINENTAL 16X72
184.79...................................F-2012
STALDER, KELLY, 1985 TITAN 28X64
562.74...................................F-2011
STOTZ, GARY, 1976 SCHULT 14X60
202.33...................................F-2012
SUGARVIEW LLC % SCHULZ,
KRYSTI, 2000 FLEETWOOD 16X70
809.61...................................F-2011
TANDEM INVESTORS LLC, 1972 RITZ
12X52, 37.25........................H-2012
TARRANT, TERRY OR LOVE,
AMANDA, 2000 PATRIOT 16X80
810.40...................................F-2011
TERRY, RANDALL ..........1973 ASTRA,
14X70, 68.85 ........................F-2012
THOMAS, KAREN K, ...................1972
RITZCRAFT 14X70
158.39...................................F-2012
VETTER, DEAN OR ELMIE %
TAYLOR, SERENITY, 1971
RITZCRAFT 12X60
121.04...................................F-2012
VICKERMAN, ROCHE, 1975
AMERICAN 14X70, 93.50 ....F-2012
VIG, DENISE % KILBY, JUNE 1970
KENWOOD 14X67, 11.35.....F-2012
VOLKER, IRMA L, .1995 FRIENDSHIP
14X60, 937.88...........F-11 & PRIOR
WEHRKAMP, GARY D, 1987
CHAMPION 16X80
1473.99 .....................F-11 & PRIOR
WERLINGER, DEREK E OR
MYRANDA L, 1976 BENDIX 14X56
47.55 ....................................H-2012
WHEALY, ALEISHA OR BRETT J, 1987
HIGHLAND 16X80, 251.7, F-2011
WISON, GREG % WILSON, JEFF,
1998 ATLANTAIC 16X80
622.16...................................F-2011
WOMBOLD, RANDALL OR JEANNE,
2000 FRIENDSHIP 28X80
925.63...................................F-2011
WOODS, BREE, 1973 SHARLO 14X70
99.54.....................................F-2012
WOODS, JUSTIN, 2007 CHAMPION
16X80, 600.95.......................F-2011
ZEIDLER, RYAN, 2000 HIGHLAND
16X80, 285.85 ......................H-2011
JONES, THOMAS & BONNIE JONES,
TRACT 1 SW, 76.52..............F-2011
LUNDSTROM, GARY, 27-4-5 BLDG
ON LEASED SITE,
668.59...................................H-2011
MASLOSKIE, WAYNE & SANDRA,
RUNKLE HOMESTEADS WELL
LOT, 14.25 ............................F-2011
MCFARLAND, GERALD, DRY CREEK
ESTATES WELL LOT A
25.41.....................................F-2011
PENNEL, KELTON ALLEN,
ERICKSON SUB WELL LOT OF
TRACT K, 23.51....................F-2011
NICHOLSON & COPE LP 1,
BERTELSEN'S PLAT WELL LOT
OF LOT 7 OF LOT M REVISED
35.95.....................................F-2011
ROLLING DICE SUB HOMEOWNERS
ASSOC, ROLLING DICE SUB
WELL LOT, 24.96..................F-2011
SAFAR, EDWIN OR BOBBI,
SUMMERSET LOT B OF NESE
LEASE SITE GARAGE PINE HILLS
PARK 74.29 ..........................H-2011
SCHEURER, STANLEY W ETAL, ELK
MTN SUB WELL LOT REVISED
12.14.....................................F-2011
SCHMID, RICHARD, 20-5-5 NE BLDG
ON LEASED SITE
1072.62.................................F-2011
SIMONS, MICK, 7-7-15 ALL
BLDG ON LEASED SITE
1505.49.................................F-2011
STRONG, CURTIS H OR STEPHANIE
L, 1-6-5 WELL LOT
18.73.....................................F-2011
WOODS, CLEVE OR CAROLYN, 23-4-
8 N2 SCHOOL LEASE,
1141.02 .................................F-2011
WOODS, CLEVE OR CAROLYN, 23-4-
8 SE SCHOOL LEASE
444.71...................................F-2011
WOODS, CLEVE OR CAROLYN, 24-4-
8 NW SCHOOL LEASE
453.17...................................F-2011
Published December 12, 2012 at the
total approximate cost of $75.49
MEETING OF THE
BOARD OF
EDUCATION
FAITH SCHOOL
DISTRICT 46-2
MEADE COUNTY,
SOUTH DAKOTA
The Board of Education of the Faith
School District 46-2 met in special ses-
sion on Thursday, December 6, 2012
with Chairwoman Johnson calling the
meeting to order at 3:04 pm.
Members present: Hanson, Johnson,
Simonson, Vance and Welter.
Motion by Hanson, 2nd by Vance to
approve the agenda. Motion carried.
Motion by Welter, 2nd by Simonson
to go into executive session with legal
counsel for contractual matters at 3:05
pm. Motion carried.
Chairwoman Johnson declared the
board out of executive session at 3:39
pm. Motion carried.
Motion by Simonson, 2nd by Welter
to go into executive session for person-
nel at 3:40 pm. Motion carried.
Chairwoman Johnson declared the
board out of executive session at 4:13
pm. Motion carried.
Motion by Hanson, 2nd by Welter to
approve the settlement agreement with
Albertson Engineering for $2,690.00.
Motion carried.
Motion by Welter, 2nd by Hanson to
adopt the recommendation of the super-
intendent to terminate the contract of
Richard Moore effective November 16,
2012. Roll call: Hanson – aye; Johnson
– aye; Simonson – aye; Vance – aye;
and Welter – aye. Motion carried.
Motion by Vance, 2nd by Simonson
to adjourn at 4:17 pm. Motion carried.
_______________________________
Sharron Johnson, President
Board of Education
________________________________
Amie Schauer,
Business Manager
Published December 12, 2012 for a total
approximate cost of 15.58
MINUTES
NORTHWEST AREA
SCHOOLS
EDUCATIONAL
COOPERATIVE
GOVERNING BOARD
REGULAR MEETING
December 5, 2012 5:00 p.m.,
Isabel, SD
1 The regular meeting of the North-
west Area Schools Educational Cooper-
ative Governing Board was held
December 5, 2012, at 5:00 p.m. at North-
west Area Schools
PRESENT: Nathan Grueb, Dan
Beckman, Sandy Baumberger, AJ Lind-
skov, Matt Gilbert, Scott Vance, Director
Cris Owens, Business Manager Monica
Mayer and Superintendent Dick Schaf-
fan
ABSENT: Wilfred Jones
2 Approve Agenda: On a motion from
Beckman and seconded by Lindskov the
agenda was approved.
3 MINUTES: Minutes of the last
meeting, November 7, 2012, were ap-
proved on a motion by Gilbert and sec-
onded by Beckman. Motion carried.
4 FINANCIAL REPORT: Motion by
Lindskov seconded by Grueb to accept
and approve the Financial Report for No-
vember 2012, a copy of which is made
a part of these minutes as Attachment
“A”. Motion Carried.
5 BILLS: Motion by Grueb and sec-
onded by Beckman to approve the Edu-
cational Cooperative bills for payment as
presented, a copy of which is made a
part of these minutes as Attachment “B”.
Motion carried.
6 Executive Session – Personnel: On
a motion by Beckman and seconded by
Gilbert, the board entered into executive
session at pursuant to SDCL 1-25-2-1 at
5:05 for personnel. Baumberger de-
clared out at 5:33. No action taken.
7 Resignation: On a motion by Beck-
man and seconded by Gilbert the resig-
nation of Michelle Dillard was accepted.
8 Special Education Update: We are
advertising for an SLPA position.
9 Policy Update 4313 – SLP and
SLPA Tuition Reimbursement: Policy
4313 was approved as amended on a
motion by Beckman and seconded by
Lindskov.
10 Salary Committee: Owens will be
gathering information to present to the
Board at a future board meeting.
11 Other: Director’s evaluation will
take place at the January meeting. The
evaluation forms are to be sent the
Board Chairperson by January 3, 2013.
12 Adjournment: Baumberger ad-
journed.
_______________________________
Sandy Baumberger, Chairperson
_______________________________
Monica Mayer, Business Manager
Published December 12, 2012 at the
total approximate cost of $118.57
ADVERTISEMENT
FOR BIDS
The City of Faith, South Dakota will
be accepting sealed Bids for the pur-
chase of a used Digger Derrick Truck as
per specifications on file in the Finance
Office at the Faith Community Center,
Faith, South Dakota.
Sealed bids will be received up until
4:00 P.M. MDT on December 27th,
2012. Bids will publicly be opened and
read in the regular meeting room of the
Common Council in the Faith Commu-
nity Center at Faith, South Dakota at
6:15 P.M., M.S.T. Each sealed bid must
be clearly marked “Digger Derrick
Truck”. Each bid must be accompanied
by a certified check, bankdraft, cashier’s
check, money order or bid bond in the
amount of 5% of the bid.
The City of Faith reserves the right to
reject any and all bids and any and all
portions thereof, and to waive any irreg-
ularities.
By: Debbie Brown
City Finance Officer
City of Faith
Faith, South Dakota
Published December 12 & 19, 2012 for
a total approximate cost of $21.43
ATTACHMENT “A”
FINANCIAL REPORT
EDUCATIONAL COOPERATIVE
NOVEMBER 2012
SPECIAL ED FUND
CASH BALANCE 11/01/12 $223,826.44
RECEIPTS:
LOCAL SOURCES:
ASSESSMENTS $
EARNINGS ON INVESTMENTS $296.20
MISCELLANEOUS $
FLOW-THRU DOLLARS $
REIMBURSEMENTS $5,294.68
STATE SOURCES:
UNRESTRICTED GRANTS $
FEDERAL SOURCES:
GRANTS IN AID $53,220.00
TOTAL RECEIPTS $58,810.88
G/L ENTRIES $
SUB TOTAL $282,637.32
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $121,940.32
CASH BALANCE 11/30/12 $160,697.00
CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT $200,000.00
RETIREMENT SICK LEAVE 3,500.00
Attachment “A”
TRUST & AGENCY FUNDS
CASH REPORT
OCTOBER 2012
FUND BEGINNING AMOUNT AMOUNT ENDING
BALANCE RECEIVED DISBURSED BALANCE
UNEMPLOYMENT $12,000.00 $ 0.00 $ 0.00 $12,000.00
T&A IMPREST $2,386.87 $347.83 $479.29 $2,255.41
125 CAFETERIA PLAN $1,400.00 $300.00 $100.00 $1,600.00
ATTACHMENT ‘B’
T & A IMPREST
POSTMASTER STAMPS $175.00
NATFACS REGISTRATION FEE $35.00
SAMS CLUB SUPPLIES $237.65
SD SCHOOL DISTRICT
BEN. FUND INSURANCE $31.64
TOTAL $479.29
NW Area Schools Multi-Dist Ed Coop
BOARD REPORT - NEWSPAPER
Checking Account: 1
Fund: 22, SPECIAL EDUCATION
SINESS SOLUTIONS.....................................210.42...........COPIER/SUPPLIES
AMERICINN BELLE FOURCHE.....................100.00...........................LODGING
BRIDGE CITY FLORIST...................................20.00..........................SUPPLIES
CARDMEMEBER SERVICE...........................495.63...................CREDIT CARD
CONDER, WARNER .......................................26.00 ..................................REIM
FAITH INDEPENDENT...................................155.23....................................ADS
GRUEB, NATHAN .............................................6.29..............................TRAVEL
HOFF, SANDY ............................................1,601.00 ...............TRAVEL/TUTION
HUBER, DONNA ........................................4,823.46..CONTRACTUAL/TRAVEL
ISABEL SUPER VALUE ...................................20.03..........................SUPPLIES
JONES, WILFRED ...........................................22.20..............................TRAVEL
LINDSKOV, AJ ...................................................2.59..............................TRAVEL
MCI ...................................................................32.22......................TELEPHONE
NCS PEARSON INC ......................................157.20..........................SUPPLIES
NWAS..........................................................8,079.59............REIMBURSEMENT
SAMS CLUB.......................................................7.94..........................SUPPLIES
SARGENT, CHRIS ......................................1,092.14 ...............TRAVEL-OFFICE
SASD..................................................................7.50 .................................DUES
SMALL TALK SPEECH THERAPY LLC......4,170.00 ................CONTRACTUAL
T & A IMPREST FUND...................................161.64............REIMBURSEMENT
...................................................................21,191.08 ...............................TOTAL
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pines. Ph. 605-673-4345 or email
at clawantlerhide@hotmail.com.
Cribbage Tournament
every Wednesday, 6 PM
Come join your friends and have
some fun
Lone Tree Bar
Main St., Faith, SD
FOR SALE
WE HAVE THE PERFECT
GIFT for everyone on your holi-
day list. Del’s I-90, exit 63, Box
Elder, 605-390-9810. F13-3tp
FOR SALE: 2004 Premier Mac
Don 2952 I self propelled
windrower with 18 foot 922
header and conditioner with dou-
ble swath. Always shedded, low
hours. Extra guards, sickle, all
parts to go with $55000. Nina
Vansickel, 748-2444. F11-tfc
HELP WANTED
M&B CLEANING is looking for
a full-time or part-time CUSTO-
DIAN to work at the Faith
School. Position is open until
filled. For more information or to
apply please call 605-920-0486.
F13-2tp
NOTICES
LOOKING FOR FARM
GROUND to rent in the Faith or
Dupree area. Call 605-290-8494.
F13-4tp
APARTMENTS AVAILABLE:
Countryside Apartments in
Faith. 1 bedroom, carpeted
throughout. Laundry facilities
available. Handicap accessible.
Rent based on income. For infor-
mation contact: PRO/Rental
Management 1-800-244-2826 or
1-605-347-3077 Equal Opportu-
nity Housing. F5-tfc
PASTURE WATER LINES
with trencher and backhoe, Live-
stock Water Systems. 10 1/2
miles south of Maurine, 605-748-
2473 Merle Vig. F2-tfc
Northern Hills
Eye Care
Schedule for Faith Clinic
For Appointment call: 1-800-648-0760
1st & 3rd
Wednesdays
of each month
Dr. Hafner
DEC. 19, 2012
Dr. Prosser
JAN. 2, 2013
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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