Faith Independent, January 30, 2013

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January 30, 2013
The Faith City Council approves use of gym School sentinel bill passes first for 3 on 3 tournament and post prom By Loretta Passolt hurdle, goes to House floor
Following approval of minutes and claims, the Faith City Council retired into executive session for committee meetings. This was done in case any employees names were brought into the conversation. The first item on their agenda then was to approve the city crew to insulate the west wall in the shop building. This work will be done on days when they need to be inside. Mayor Haines said he and Debbie have been working with Locken Oil of Isabel on obtaining Jet A fuel along with aviation fuel. It sounds like there will be a S.E.A.T. plane here this summer that uses Jet A fuel. Locken will be able to get the fuel for them, they’ll just need to let him know in advance when they would need it. They will have a bid for the next meeting. Haines also stated that Annelle Afdahl will come help when they clean out the ice house and tell them what can be thrown and what stays, when weather permits. Hunter Johnson, on behalf of the freshman class, asked for use of the gym and the council room for the post prom party on April 6th, and asked that the City waive the fee. Council approved his request, with the understanding they clean when they are done, and also approved the usual donation of $500 towards the event. Debbie Brown asked for use of the gym for the Special Entertainment Committee to hold a 3 on 3 tournament on March 30th, with the fee waived. Council also approved this request, with the same conditions. Resolution #01-22-13-01 for the transfer of funds was approved. Resolution #01-22-13-02 for a DSL Data charge was approved. There is only one customer who has DSL. The City is charged this fee and they have to pass it on to the customer. Council moved their February 5th meeting to February 4th, due to a conflict with their original meeting night. Debbie wanted to make sure that the salaries for security guards was clarified. Non-certified officers had been paid $8.50 an hour which they upgraded to $10 at their previous meeting. The increase is correct. Library salaries were also raised, as the Library committee requested, to an increase of 50¢ an hour. Each year Council pre-approves any claims that have a penalty be paid prior to a meeting. Lacey Abbe was approved as a fill-in bartender at $10 an hour upon the condition she completes her online training prior to beginning work. The utilities and ambulance arrears list were reviewed and discussed. They discussed those customers who do not pay their utility bills on time. Customers receive a notice that they will be disconnected unless payment or arrangements are made. If disconnected, there is a reconnect fee. Members also discussed options for collecting those accounts that aren’t paying. Their next meeting will be February 4th. By Elizabeth “Sam” Grosz, Community News Service An emotionally charged measure that could put armed and trained guards in schools passed out of committee by one vote last week at the S.D. Legislature. The result of two hearings— over three hours of discussion--by the House Education Committee, HB1087 allows local school boards the option of hiring a socalled “school sentinel.” As the bill was amended before passage Jan. 25, the local county sheriff then must agree to the board’s plan before the sentinel program moves forward in the district. Freshman Representative Scott Craig, R-Rapid City, said the bill may appear unnecessary to large schools, those that currently can afford liaison officers, but this bill allows local school boards to make their own determination of need. The current “gun-free zone,” Craig said of schools, “indicates a ‘soft target’” for those who intend to harm people. Rep. Betty Olson, R-Prairie City, spoke to the vast area of Butte, Harding and Perkins Counties in her district, noting it can be “a long way to law enforcement.” Even though she as a substitute teacher has a handgun, she said, she is “not allowed to carry my weapon into the classroom,” so she “couldn’t protect my students or myself” in an emergency. Opposing testimony was offered by Orson Ward, Lead, who cited his vast military training in firearms and his current position on the Lead School Board, said “school is an unforgiving environment” for guns. He noted the “inevitable accidental discharge” of a gun as his opposition to the bill. Rob Monson, Superintendents Association of South Dakota, said even with the amendment to provide more training for the school sentinels, the bill still was not acceptable to schools. Schools have plans in place for tornadoes, fires, and other situations. “We plan, prepare and practice,” aid Monson, noting that for this question, “well over 95 percent of schools have a plan in place and practice it at least once a year.” The dialogue on this situation, he said, should include the mental health issue, noting there should be one school counselor for every 200 students and “we are nowhere near that.” The bill, which passed out of committee with a close 8-7 vote, now heads to the House floor, perhaps on Tuesday.
Speeding penalty bill pulled over in House committee
By Elizabeth “Sam” Grosz, Community News Service
It may be a crime to speed in South Dakota, but it hasn’t been adding penalty points to a driver’s record for the past 20-some years. Action by the House Transportation Committee Jan. 22 during the S.D. Legislature ensures that practice will continue for the foreseeable future. Rep. Steve Hickey, Sioux Falls Republican, was trying again this year to add speeding back into the points system as it was prior to 1986. He called it “a kinder, gentler version” of last year’s bill that also had been defeated. Every other moving violation has points that are applied to a driver’s record. However, the joke, he said, about speeding is that motorists can “drive as fast as you can afford.” The purpose, Hickey said, was “not to suspend licenses, but to slow people down.” Fines, he said, have not done that. The bill would only affect a small fraction of the state’s drivers, he said. “Speeding is no laughing matter,” said Sen. Craig Tieszen, Rapid City Republican, adding, “speed is the leading cause of accidents in this state.” It is “ironic,” he said, “that you can get a point for driving too slow, but not for driving too fast.” While the Department of Public Safety had indicated to Hickey that they did not oppose the bill, some members thought it odd that the DOT was not testifying for the bill. Rep. Manny Steele, R-Sioux Falls, said he originally had signed on the bill as a sponsor, but was changing his mind and voting against it, saing it was “a bill aimed at a few hundred people who are abusive.” He called it “overkill,” citing the effort to keep track of the records. The committee voted to kill the bill, 9-4, by moving it to the session’s 41st day.
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City crew ... was busy Tuesday morning cleaning up the last of the snow we received Monday. Faith received around 4-5” of wet snow. Photo by Loretta Passolt
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Lawrence T. Collins
family and friends are considered Honorary Bearers. A memorial has been established to the Faith Community Action Team. Lawrence Thomas Collins was born on March 6, 1940 at Opal, SD to Thomas and Stella (Hart) Collins. Lawrence attended various country schools through the 8th grade. He then worked for various ranchers until moving to Faith where he worked for Ernie Gottschalk. On August 20, 1966, Lawrence married Myrna Hoffmann in Faith, SD. They then moved to the Hills where Lawrence worked for Homestake in Lead. After an injury, they returned to Faith in 1967 and he began working for Mr. Gottschalk again. In 1973, Lawrence started his own business, Collins Radio & TV Repair. If it could be fixed, Lawrence was the guy to call. He will be remembered for his quick grin, facial expressions, and especially his “snicker” when plotting a practical joke. Lawrence passed away on Monday, January 21, 2013 at the Rapid City Regional Hospital. Surviving family members include his wife, Myrna, Faith, SD; daughter, Nova Collins of Redfield, SD; son and daughter-inlaw, Kevin and Shannon Collins of Gillette, WY; his four grandsons, Randy Collins of Gillette, WY; Ty and Dillon Collins of Bison, and Matthew Collins of Redfield; two sisters, Margie Persicka of Sturgis, SD; and Bertha De La Rosa of Dallas, SD; and two brothers, William Collins of Belle Fourche, and Larry Collins of Isabel. He was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers, Alvin, Steve, Lloyd, and Dwight, and one sister, Irene. Visitation was held Thursday and Friday at the Faith Area Memorial Chapel in Faith. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.funeralhomesofcaring.com.
Mildred E. Crockett
To this union a daughter, Darlene was born. They rented her parents’ place for a time and operated it until purchasing a ranch at Athboy in 1950.  There they raised sheep and Registered Angus cattle as well as continuing to farm near Meadow. In 1966, Mildred and Joe began building a home in Lemmon where they retired in 1970 after selling the Athboy Ranch. Joe passed away on August 28, 1988. She continued to be active in her church.  She loved to be with her family and to work in her yard and garden. Mildred spent the fall and winter months in California to be near her daughter’s family. Mildred peacefully passed away on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at the El Camino Hospital in Mountain View, CA. Grateful for having shared her life are her daughter, Darlene Crockett-Billig, son-in-law, Michael Billig, and her grandson, Joe Billig, all of Los Altos Hills, CA; one sister, Irene Hintz, Faith, SD; and all of her wonderful nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Joe; and three sisters, Lyoydia Baker, Emma Baker and Alice Lilienthal. A memorial has been established to the New Hope Worship Center in Lemmon. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.funeralhomesofcaring.com. 
Services for Lawrence T. Collins, age 72 of Faith, were held at 1:00 pm on Friday, January 25, 2013 at the Faith Legion Hall in Faith, SD. Pastor Harold Delbridge officiated with burial in the Faith Cemetery. Serving as casketbearers were Randy, Ty, Dillon, Matthew, Cory, and Chet Collins, and Josh De La Rosa. All of Lawrence’s
Healthcare in Partnership with Education (HIPE) Week, February 4-8
Promoting health careers to South Dakota students is the focus of the upcoming Healthcare in Partnership with Education (HIPE) Week February 4-8. As South Dakota’s population continues to age, projections indicate the state will need thousands of additional healthcare workers, with rural areas particularly affected. HIPE Week is an annual observance bringing together schools, communities and healthcare providers in an effort to make today’s students aware of the many healthcare careers that are available to them. “There are a wealth of career options available in health care today and a growing demand for services,” said Doneen Hollingsworth, Secretary of Health. “HIPE Week is a great opportunity to introduce South Dakota students to those options and encourage them to consider health care careers right here in South Dakota.” Hollingsworth said HIPE Week is sponsored by the state’s Health Occupations for Today and Tomorrow program. The program is a joint effort of the Departments of Health, Education, and Labor and the Board of Regents intended to promote health careers for South Dakota students. Local groups interested in participating in HIPE Week can find free resources, including lesson plans and activities on the web at www.healthcareers.sd.gov. More information about South Dakota Workforce Initiatives can be found at http://www.southdakotawins.com/. 
The Funeral Service for Mildred Crockett, of Lemmon, SD, were held Sunday, January 27, 2013 at the New Hope Worship Center in Lemmon. Pastor Dan Lindeman officiated with burial in Greenhill Cemetery in Lemmon. Serving as casketbearers were Michael and Joe Billig, Michael Sorna, Thomas Sternad, Joesy Hauser, Robert Frerking, Russell Felkey, and LaVerne Baker. All friends are considered Honorary Bearers. Mildred Esther Sorg was born March 17, 1922 in a sod house on the Sorg Homestead southwest of Meadow, SD to Gottlieb Marion and Mary Mae (Suffa) Sorg. She attended Coal Springs School; following her schooling she worked with her family on the farm. Mildred was united in marriage to Joseph A. Crockett on January 1, 1949 at her parents’ farm in the Meadow community.
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Bill bolsters news media's ability to cover high school sports
By David Bordewyk, South Dakota Newspaper Association
High school football games under Friday night lights and basketball gyms jam-packed with fans are as much a part of South Dakota as coffee-shop talk about the weather and crops. High school sports and other interscholastic activities such as drama and music events fuel intense civic pride in our communities and schools. The feats and accomplishments of students on the field of competition or the performance stage are celebrated by an entire community of family, friends and school fans. The hometown newspaper is there as well, chronicling the games and school activities. Covering local school sports and school activities such as plays and concerts are a big part of what goes into the local newspaper. The community expects it and a good newspaper meets that expectation. Technology today has allowed newspapers to expand the tools they use to cover high school sports and events. Newspapers are going beyond the traditional stories and photos printed in the paper to innovations such as broadcasting football or basketball games over the internet and updating readers through social media tools. Readers have come to expect that type of expanded coverage and newspapers of all sizes in South Dakota are delivering on those expectations. All good, right? Yes, except that some schools are now putting restrictions and limitations on how the local news media can cover their school sporting events and activities. In Pierre, an exclusive contract between the school and a local radio station prohibits a competing local radio station or the local newspaper from broadcasting Pierre school athletic events. However, the restrictions don't apply to any out-of-town news media outlets. In Sioux Falls, the public school district sought to specifically prohibit the local newspaper from broadcasting high school football and basketball games on the internet. Elsewhere, newspaper photographers are being unreasonably restricted on how they can cover high school competitions. Reporters are limited on how they can use social media such as Twitter and Facebook to report live from a high school game. Schools offer a variety of reasons for these restrictions. Mostly, it boils down to money. Schools looking to make additional revenue from the performances of students on the field by placing restrictions on how the local news media may cover these events. Incredible as it may sound, there is a real trend toward more monetization of high school sports. That is why we are working for passage of a bill in this legislative session that would prohibit schools from unreasonably restricting the ability of local news media to do their job. Senate Bill 119 would not prohibit schools from generating revenue through certain contracts with media, so long as those contracts do not restrict other media from being able to do their job. SB119 is not about creating any special or new privilege for news media in South Dakota. It only tries to ensure the news media in South Dakota can do what they have always done when it comes to reporting about high school sports and activities. Fans and supporters of high school sports and activities expect the local news media to be there, creating a chronology and scrapbook of memories and achievements through their stories, photos and other media. Urge your legislators to support Senate Bill 119. Let's make sure the hometown news media can continue to do their job and live up to the expectations of their readers and viewers. Nothing more, nothing less.
Legislative Update
Rep. Betty Olson
This was the third week of the 2013 legislative session and we are beginning to act on more than just agency bills. Sen. Larry Rhoden, Rep. Dean Wink, and Rep. Gary Cammack from District 29 joined Sen. Ryan Maher and me from District 28 at the Cracker Barrels Saturday in Belle Fourche and Newell. First was a luncheon in Belle Fourche at the American West. Questions from the audience focused on education, energy, guns, and the budget. Later that afternoon we met at the Newell City Hall for a lively discussion about ObamaCare. Every person there, including the legislators, were against implementing it in South Dakota and asked us to do whatever we can to stop the government’s intrusion into our health care. There were also questions about Agenda 21, funding predator control, the redistricting process, guns, and the budget. We appreciate the active involvement of the citizens in this area and we look forward to Cracker Barrels in Belle and Newell again on February 9th. Here are some of the bills that were passed in the House this week: *HB 1003 to revise the purpose of the agriculture mediation program passed the House unanimously on Wednesday. This was another bill that came out of our Oil and Gas Development Committee. *HB 1078 to revise the location where county highway maps may be filed passed out of my Local Government committee on Monday and passed the House on consent Wednesday. *HB 1076 to repeal the requirement to separately publish information concerning county poor relief from the minutes of the county commissions also came out of Local Government and passed on Wednesday. *HB 1112 to clarify the application of open meetings provisions for three-member public boards passed on Thursday. *HB 1004 to provide for the award of treble damages in surface depredation cases passed on Thursday. This was also an Oil and Gas Development Committee bill. *HB 1028 to repeal the requirement that a minor be accompanied by an adult while hunting mourning doves passed on consent on Friday. *HB 1091 to establish provisions regarding the labeling of motor fuel (85 Octane) at a retail fuel pump passed the House on Friday. *HB 1090 to exempt amateur sports coaches from sales tax passed on Friday. *HB 1033 to authorize the Department of Social Services to dismantle, demolish, preserve, or rehabilitate buildings on the Human Services Center campus in Yankton, to make an appropriation, and to declare an emergency passed on Friday with a 64 to 6 vote. I was one of the no votes because demolishing these buildings will cost six million dollars we don’t have to spare. The debris from the demolished buildings will be buried, although the asbestos has to be handled separately at considerable expense to the taxpayers because of federal regulations, regardless of the fact that the asbestos came out of the ground in the first place! This is some of what transpired in committees this week: *HB 1005 that would require posting of information if hydraulic fracture stimulation is performed on oil and gas wells was tabled in Agriculture and Natural Resources committee because DENR is already doing this. *HB 1087, the Sentinels in Schools bill, passed out of House Education committee 8 to 7 as amended. This is a very permissive bill allowing local school boards to decide if they want to allow school employees to carry concealed weapons to protect themselves and our children. If the school board wants to allow this, the county sheriff has veto power if he doesn’t think it’s a good idea. No one will be mandated to have a gun, but the employees who agree to will get the
same firearms training as law enforcement officers. The big city schools already have armed guards on the payroll, but in the more rural areas where we don’t have these protections this will allow our local school boards to do what they think is best for our children. I was very offended by the testimony that Wade Pogany, director of the state school boards association, gave in committee when he said, "Putting guns in the hands of teachers and principals makes schools less safe." Usually all we hear from school boards is that they want more local control and Mr. Pogany testified that the local school boards weren’t capable of making this decision. He doesn’t think our local elected officials are smart enough to decide what’s best for our children! *HB 1010, a Constitutional Concealed Carry bill was sent to 41st day by a vote of 7 to 6 in the Local Government committee on Thursday. If you want to get in touch with me, call me at the House Chamber number 773-3851. Leave a phone number and I’ll call you back. The fax number is 773-6806. If you send a fax, address it to Rep. Betty Olson. You can also email me at rep.bettyolson@state.sd.us during session. You can keep track of bills and committee meetings at this link: http://legis.state.sd.us/ You can also use this link to find the legislators, see what committees they are on, read all the bills and track the status of each bill, listen to committee hearings, and contact the legislators.
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Marcus News
By Vicky Waterland
Sincere sympathy is extended to the families of Lawrence Collins and Buster Maynard. Lawrence may not have been a “mover and shaker” in Faith but he was a special and important guy. He was there to help and lend a hand when needed. In thinking of Lawrence I was reminded of the hymn Brighten the Corner Where You Are. He did just that! Maynard is a well respected name in the world of rodeo. It will seem odd not to see Buster in Rapid City helping with all the shows. He, too, will be missed. Condolences are also extended to Bob Hansen and family in the loss of his mother, Marie. She had been living at the Philip Nursing Home. Elke King’s brother, Dru Melvin lost his great NFR bulldogging horse, Diamond MS Moon, Moonshine on January 26. Moonshine was being ridden by Tod Suhn at the Denver Coliseum, National Western Stock Show when a steer horn punctured Moonshine’s heart. We area folks understand what a great loss this is to the Melvin family and the rodeo world. We value good livestock, appreciate and love them. Tucker and Bev Hudson were Hills shoppers on Wednesday. They picked up an organ that Kay Simons donated to the Marcus Church. Mary Kay Sandal visited her mother at the Philip Nursing Home on Saturday.  Tucker and Bev Hudson drove to Burke, SD on Thursday and were able to watch grandchild, Whitney Hutchison, play in basketball games on Thursday and Friday night. They returned home Saturday. Kevin Jensen took the time to email me listing some names of others who were probably in the Mother's Club I mentioned last time. He added the names Velma Sandstrom, Mrs. Pankratz, Jo Schuh, and Edythe Dexheimer. Thanks Kevin. Harold and I were in Faith Friday to watch the Faith Longhorns play the Newell Irrigators. There was a large crowd.  My brother-in-law, Denver Enright has been under the weather. He will be in Aberdeen Tuesday for more tests and check-up on the tumor they found on his liver. We'll be praying for good news. I have so many people tell me how much they enjoy this column. I appreciate hearing that but I also marvel at it. I sit down at my computer and think, “What can I write about now and have I written that before?” As Harold and I travel down the roads, I often think of things but manage to forget them by the time it is news night. If someone has an idea or knows some history of South Dakota please let me share with others. As many of you have already experienced clearing out our parents’ homes can be a chore. My house is large so I have custody of much of the family treasures from Harold and my families. Harold’s grandmother, Josie Kilness and his mom, Phyllis Kilness Waterland, kept scrapbooks filled with news stories and clippings from by-gone days. One clipping that I find fascinating is the story of the neighbor man who beat his horse to death. He beat up his wife, son, and hired man that same night and set the barn afire. The wife came to my grandparents’ place, Edwin and Anna Thompson, for refuge. My dad told how he and a brother took their 22s, went out to lie on a hill east of the place and wait for the man to come. If he did come they were to stop him. Dad said it was a long fear-filled night, wondering and waiting.  My Aunt Rosalie, now in her late 80s, said to this day if she smells wood smoke it brings back memories of that night and how scared they all were. In the clipping they hinted that the man had drank alcohol that was tainted and caused the behavior. I’m not sure if there were even crank telephones at that time and the nearest lawman was either Sturgis or Faith. The sheriff did come the next day but, the two teenage boys would have had to “stop” him with what they had. This country is, was and will be an area where we take care of things and don’t plan on someone doing it for us. We live too far from towns to call the police every time we have a porcupine, rabid skunk or coyote to send to their maker. We are just darn independent folks and we take care of our own. We need our guns and the right to use them.   This morning I looked through the oldest of Josie's albums. It is a treasure trove but it is falling apart. The paper flakes off into small pieces and the pages are almost too brittle to turn. Does anyone know of a scanner that would scan pages that are 15 or 16 inches by 11? There are clippings of the horse Commanche, the soldier who rode him, the wedding write up for Nunny Simons and Clinton Tysdale, the funeral story of Mrs. Clyde Ensor, a story of De King as Boys Stater and so on. I find it fascinating but too fragile to share as it is. Anyone have any suggestions! Thanks. Email me at vickywaterland@hotmail.com call 985-5318 or write me at 19149 39 S Road, Howes, SD 57748. 
Congratulations … Dalton Sheridan and his partner Shea Oliver on their 2nd place win at the 20X Rodeo during the Rapid City Stock Show and Rodeo. Photo by Julie Foster
Opal Area News
By Kay Ingalls
John Heidler  went into Faith on Monday and on Tuesday forenoon he went to visit Merle Vig.  Tuesday afternoon, John and Carmen went into Faith for his shoulder therapy and visited Dorothy Heidler. Chip Heidler brought the girls in for a visit with them as well.  Wednesday, OJ and John went to Philip to take in John Deere Days. Thursday to Rapid City for appointments and shopping, and Saturday back to Faith to visit Dorothy again. Busy week for that household. Faye Fees went into Faith for shopping on Monday. Sunday afternoon, she visited up at Walter and Diane Fees’ home. Ronny Lemmel came out to Spud and Bernice Lemmels one day this week and they all went into Belle Fourche and Spearfish for appointments and shopping. Friday, Spud and Bernice went into Faith for the basketball games held there with Newell. Jesse Lesmeister came out to grandparents Marlin and Ethel Ingalls home on Thursday and worked on the new bathroom project until Sunday.  Friday, they all went into Faith to watch the basketball games between the Newell and Faith teams. Fogelmans went into Faith on Wednesday, then on Friday to Rapid City for doctor appointments and on to Spearfish for repairs for their car. Thursday, they hosted Bible Study at their home for Marlin and Ethel Ingalls and Barry and Cheryl Vig. Thursday was the day for bangs vaccination at the Howard and Rod Ingalls place.  Robert came down to help as well. Friday Rod, Tracy and Justin Ingalls spent the afternoon in Faith taking in the basketball games as well. Dwayne and Zona Vig went to Rapid City on Thursday for appointments and to deliver the Roo dog back to his home with Travis and Chandelle Brink and family. They went up to the hospital to visit Merle Vig as he had some artery surgery that morning.  They had supper with Merle's sons Darrell and Dale, then gave Dale a ride back out to the ranch. Friday afternoon, Merle was able to come home. Friday, Morgan and Dale Vig and Matt Taton had dinner with Dwayne and Zona Vig, they also visited there on Saturday.  Zona spent part of Saturday helping with granddaughter Brixie Vig at JT and Kelsey's as Kelsey was having the flu bug visiting her. Nathan and Jason Ingalls took in the Black Hills Stock Show in Rapid City over the weekend. Saturday evening, Cody Lesmeister came to visit his aunt and uncle Carmen and John Heidler.  OJ Heidler was over to Chip Heidlers that day getting ready for the Ranch Rodeo to be held this week at the Black Hills Stock Show. Rich and Ronda Price and Merle and Marty Vig were Sunday after church dinner guests at the Sam Cowles home. Lisle and Mike Reeve went to Philip on Tuesday to take a horse to the auction. Thursday, Mike Reeve kept an appointment at Ft. Meade.
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Faith News
Winter temperatures were definitely here last week. Temps were in the teens most of the week. Thursday morning it was 0º but the wind chill was a -22º! It was mighty cold to be outside. It warmed up to about 12º for a high that afternoon but by 8:30 or so that night it was up to 30º! Rapid City had a high of 51 that afternoon. Friday was a beautiful day reaching almost 40 and remaining in the upper 30s through the first of this week. We had around 3” of snow on the ground within about 3 hours Monday morning. It continued snowing most of the day. It had some much needed moisture in it. It is suppsed to get vry cold again this Wednesday and Thursday. This Saturday is Groundhog Day. Do you suppose Punxsutawney Phil will see his shadow? I’m not sure I want anymore of those really cold days. Condolences to the family of Buster Maynard. Buster passed away Sunday. He and NanCee were part of the BHSS for years. I understand they will be doing a special tribute to Buster at the BH Stock Show this week. He will be missed by many. Also condolences to Irene Hintz and her family on the loss of her sister, Mildred Crockett. Also to Bob Hansen and family on the loss of his mother. Irean Jordan called in this little item of interest from an old newspaper article. Sunday morning, January 4th, 1924, fire consumed the store buildings of Leo Kelly, John Johnson and the Liberty Theatre. The Farmers State Bank was seriously damaged. These buildings were on Lot 2 on the west side of Main Street. George and Annelle Afdahl visited Marie Doak and Tish Gustafson on Friday on their way to Torrington, Wyo. where they met the Juel Afdahl family. Tami’s parents, Frank and Roberta Schrater from Buffalo, Wyo. and her brother Steve from Gillette, Wyo. were also there to watch Canton play with the Torrington, Wyo. freshmen basketball team. The prior Wednesday, George and Annelle went to Gillette, Wyo. to watch Halli Stocklin play basketball with the Gillette College team. Our daughter Melissa (and Bella) came home Thursday afternoon to spend a few days. She took in the basketball games on Friday. She got in some visiting there, also visited with Takayla Lightfield and a little with Marlayna McGinnis while she was here. She left for home in North Dakota Sunday after dinner. There are three council seats, Inghram, Spencer and Nolan, and the mayor’s seat up for election this year. These are all 2 year terms. Also Brian Simonson and Scott Vance’s seats on the school board are up for election. These
By Loretta Passolt
are both 3 year terms. I don’t know how many petitions have been picked up as of today. Election date is April 9th. Petitions may be picked up at the respective offices. There’s still plenty of time to pick up a petition. This is Super Bowl Sunday and I would imagine many of us will have our eyes glued to the television set, if not for the game then for the great commercials they manage to come up with. I’m sure going to be watching the 49ers. Go Niners!! Congratulations to Cody Trainor on being named SDSportsbuzz’s Monster Player of the Week last week. There is a nice write up on Cody on the site. it out! Check www.sdsportsbuzz.com The boys Little Moreau Confference Tournament is this week. The first two nights the west side will be playing in Lemmon, and the east side will be playing in Dupree, starting at 6:00. The finals will be held in Lemmon on Saturday, beginning at 1:00. The championship game should be around 5:30, but you’ll probably want to be there early. The jr. high boys have a game at Dupree on Monday, Feb. 4th, at 5:30. They will be participating in the Knights of Columbus Tournament on Saturday, 9th. The FHS Senior Class will be going to Pierre on Monday to take in the Legislative session. They’ve had some very thought provoking bills this year so it should be quite interesting. The Girls West River Tournament is also next week. The first two rounds, Thursday and Friday, are in Newell, as usual, with the finals in Rapid City on Saturday.
Central Meade County News
By Sandy Rhoden
Central Meade County and the Black Hills have been enjoying mild temperatures over the weekend. It has made traveling to and from the Black Hills Stock Show & Rodeo events much easier. Some of our locals are taking part in the Ranch Rodeo and other activities this week. District 29 legislators attended three cracker barrels on Saturday at Sturgis, Belle Fourche, and Newell. The audiences in Sturgis and Belle Fourche were respectful and showed their appreciation to our legislators for taking the day to answer questions and update them on current bills. Legislative topics consumed the full day for Representative Dean Wink, Representative Gary Cammack, and Senator Larry Rhoden. The Faith varsity basketball team fell to Dupree last Tuesday, Jan.22, however the JV pulled out a win. The Longhorns boys and girls won their games against Newell at the double header in Faith on Friday night. The boys play in the Little Moreau Conference Tournament this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The Tumbling Tornados performed at half time of the Faith/Eagles junior high basketball game on Tuesday night. Tumblers range from grade K6th grade and come from Atall, Hereford, Stoneville, Union Center, White Owl, Red Owl, Plainview, and Faith communities. They are Andoryn Walker, Kimber Fees, Mariah Spring, Shania Spring, Karlie Kammerer, Katie Sheridan, Lexi Long, Jaycee Jones, Jalynn Grubl, Sage Graham, Emerald Milburn, Rachel Cammack, Brittany Grubl, Kylie Shaw, Emily Gray, and Sydney Shaw. Rocking Tree Floral donated flowers for our tumblers' performance. With only seven practices before Tuesday night, these young girls are required to learn and remember a great amount in a short period of time. We also appreciate the Sturgis Rally Fund for helping us to acquire some needed equipment and items for our program. They are under the direction of Sandy Rhoden and assistant, Melanie Cammack. John and Melanie Cammack returned from the Denver Stock Show to promote buffalo producers. They will be at the Rapid City Stock Show and sale on Feb.2-3. Sandy Rhoden and Debbie Schnell spent a couple of hours catching up with their cousin from Bozeman, MT at the RC Stock Show. They visited near their booth as they raise and show Arabian horses. Some of our high schoolers from Central Meade County enjoyed the Lock-In at the Church of Christ in Faith. They had contests and games, including Fear Factor with food. Those attending from our area were Paige Brink, Chaney Keffeler, Reg Rhoden, Tristen Rhoden, Brandi Enright, and Caden Smiley. They were released at sunup on Saturday. Good news came for Larry and Sandy Rhoden as their son, Cody, completed the SEER training program where he is attending flight school in Fort Rucker, Alabama near Ozark. During his time away, Sandy's uncle, a WWII Pearl Harbor survivor, passed away. He and his wife moved to assisted living, so Cody currently resides at their home.
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Editor’s Note
Annelle Afdahl stopped in to the office to inform us that Norman Olson whose letter was in the paper last week has a very interesting story in the 2010 Faith Book. You may want to sit down and read it.
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Sen. Ryan Maher’s Legislative Report
This week on the Senate Floor, Senate Bill 70 - the Public Safety Improvement Act passed off the floor and is headed for the house. This is an effort to hold offenders more accountable for their actions, improve public safety, and create the capacity needed for the supervision of offenders with the community. This measure has the potential to save taxpayers $166 million that would have been spent on building two new prisons to meet the growing number of prisoners in South Dakota. We cannot rely on warehousing to solve our needs. We need to solve the problem while we continue to protect society. One of the more emotional issues debated in this last week was in the House of Representatives. House Bill 1087 – The School Sentinel Program, a measure designed to help give schools additional tools to protect students from those who would do children harm. It was one for the history books, as the lobbyist for the Associated School Boards conceded that it was an issue "too big for schools to decide." As someone in the legislature who represents many families with children, I can personally tell you that working with schools to develop resources to protect our youth while they're in a learning environment is not a difficult decision. The difficulty in the "HOW" we do it. This measure provides that any school board may create, establish, and supervise the arming of school employees, hired security personnel, or volunteers in such manner as they may believe to best protect the school from those who would do children or staff harm. We spend a lot of time in Pierre discussing education and the learning environment of our children. Keeping them safe in that environment is part of our responsibility as well. I look forward to debating this measure on the Senate Floor should it make its journey through the House. Last week, we had reported on Senate Bills 3, 4 and 5, which are part of a package to bring better accountability and cost effectiveness to higher education to determine how South Dakota can better serve our students. All three measures passed the State Senate, and now go over to the House of Representatives for further action. These measures provide the reporting of the outcomes of license and certification exams and to determine certain job placements for graduates of all public postsecondary education institutions in the State of South Dakota, and keeps with Republican's general theme this session of spending our hard earned tax dollars smarter. Senate Bill 83 passed off the Senate Floor on Friday. It was introduced by Senator Reed Holien of Watertown, which designates that the thirtieth day of March would be known as Welcome
Home Vietnam Veterans Day. Many Vietnam Veterans came to the Capitol to testify in favor of the measure. This working holiday will be dedicated to the remembrance and recognition of the service and sacrifice rendered by our nation's veterans of the Vietnam War. In the 1960's and 70's there were many instances where anti-war protesters treated our returning troops poorly, and veterans still feel the sting of that rejection. This permanent recognition is a simple gesture, we as South Dakotans, can make to let them know we will always remember their defense of our country. One topic that keeps coming up is the problem with the pine beetles in the Black Hills. Republicans are discussing this very diligently in hopes that we can finally find a permanent solution to the problem. This includes proposed legislation to appropriate funds to suppress the pine beetles, and to establish a cost sharing program with counties in the State of South Dakota. The budget proposed by the Governor suggested a one-time appropriation of $2 million to initiate the measure. Closer to home are Senate Bills 16 and 21. Both of these are proposals from the State Brand Board. Senate Bill 16 would allow the state brand board to establish a fee for local inspections of one hundred head of livestock or less, not to exceed twenty-five dollars per trip.  The board may charge and collect a fee for services pertaining to any local inspection of one hundred head of livestock or less. The fee shall be in addition to the ownership inspection fee and the mileage fee, and shall be
used to offset the costs of providing a local inspection.  Senate Bill 21, removes the inspection from horses and mules.  The board claims this is an antiquated system and it is no longer needed. However, many people in our area still use this process and would like to see it continued. In the coming week, the Senate will be taking up the review of House Bill 1061, a measure to expand our Captive Insurance market in South Dakota. While the captive insurance market industry may not be well known by the
general public, the passage of this act is a simple regulatory change to help South Dakota become more competitive in this market. Like the change in credit card regulations under Governor Janklow brought thousands of jobs, and tens of millions in investment to South Dakota, this measure has the same kind of potential to benefit our state. With its passage, we would have the ability to lure more capital to our banks while creating opportunity for more high-paying jobs – at no expense to taxpayers.
SAFE and SOBER Super Bowl 2013 – BE the MVP
The Ravens and 49er’s have arrived in New Orleans and we’re on the countdown to one of America’s most anticipated and celebrated sporting event, Super Bowl XLVII. Families, friends and fans are busy preparing to watch the game across the country, but, who will be YOUR MVP? The U. S. Department of Transportation, NHTSA along with the National Football League are joining local law enforcement and Lemmon SAFE Communities to spread an important safety message about designating your MVP sober driver on Super Bowl Sunday-Fans don’t let fans drive drunk! Avoid the unsportsmanlike conduct of drunk driving by handing off your keys so that everyone can safely drive. Drunk driving is 100 % preventable! Follow these safe and sober tips to keep our roads safe during Super Bowl XLVII. • Designate a sober driver BEFORE the party begins.  Hand off the keys to your MVP designated driver. • If you drink, pace yourself so you’ll be able to enjoy the ENTIRE game.  Eat plenty of food and alternate with non-alcoholic drinks. •Never let friends drive drunk.  Arrange a safe ride home for anyone who has had too much to drink. •Always buckle up…it’s still the best defense against other drunk drivers. Remember:  partying without planning ahead is like going into the huddle without the quarterback. Enjoy the games and let’s keep this Super Bowl safe for everyone on the road! A reminder from South Dakota Office of Highway Safety & NW Prevention Resource Center
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Keystone XL Pipeline: A stimulus plan America needs
By Senator John Thune Pending before President Obama is a true economic stimulus plan. Unlike the $833 billion stimulus bill that was loaded with pet projects and wasteful government spending, this stimulus plan is privately funded and would not waste taxpayer dollars on yet another duplicative government program. Instead, this plan would bolster private sector job creation, would help secure America’s energy future, and would generate tax revenue and stimulate growth in South Dakota and throughout the country. This pending plan is the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline. While the benefits of the Keystone XL pipeline are clear, what remains unclear is why President Obama continues to delay this job-creating, domestic energy-producing project. The pipeline, which would run through South Dakota, is expected to create an estimated 20,000 jobs, and transport up to an additional 830,000 barrels of oil per day to U.S. refineries. This $7 billion project would not only stimulate the American economy, it would create hundreds of construction jobs and generate new tax revenue in South Dakota. Unfortunately, in January of 2012, the president decided to play politics with this important economic project. Instead of determining whether to move forward with the pipeline, the president opted to punt the decision until after the 2012 presidential election, further delaying job creation and energy production.  On January 22, 2013, Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman approved a new route through Nebraska for the Keystone XL pipeline that avoids the environmentally sensitive Sandhills region. The new route was approved after the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality determined the pipeline would have minimal environmental impact on the area. Following the news of Governor Heineman’s approval, I joined a bipartisan group of 53 U.S. Senators on January 23, 2013, in sending another letter to President Obama urging him to approve the Keystone XL pipeline without delay. The letter encouraged the president to choose economic development and American energy security, and to cease all further delays on the pipeline. After several political delays and four and a half years of environmental reviews, it is time for the president to stick to the deadline. Unfortunately, it does not appear that the Obama Administration’s State Department plans to make a determination regarding the environmental documents for this pipeline until this spring or summer. I will continue to work with my Senate colleagues to push for this bipartisan project to ensure we continue investing in America’s energy future. 
Wyatt Simonson … shoots for 3 points at the end of the varsity
home game against Newell last Friday. The Longhorns went on to defeat the Irrigators with the score of 74-30. Photo by Marcia Samuelson
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Are you a student looking to study for upcoming ACTs, SATs or graduate school admissions? Are you in need of Advance Placement and CLEP prep tests? Or maybe you’re a parent looking for a way to help your child improve their math, reading, and writing skills? The Learning Express Library is only one of many resources offered by the South Dakota State Library and you can access it for free. The learning express library itself offers over 800 online courses, tests and e-books to help you enhance your career with resume-writing and interview skills improvement, career licensing, certification test prep and workplace and academic skills improvement. Don’t spend hundreds of dollars on books and programs that become outdated, use resources right at your fingertips. If you do not have access to a computer or internet access, the Faith Public/School Library is here to help with that too. We have 3 public computers and free wireless internet if you have your own lap top. It’s easy to register by going to www.learningexpresslibrary.com. You will need a state library card, but you can get that by going to the South Dakota State Library home page and signing up, which is also...free. If you are interested in more of the resources the State Library has to offer and how to use them, they are offering a free course, or E-Resource Challenge starting at the end of this month. This is a self-paced learning opportunity that guides you to explore and discover content and features in the statewide electronic resources.  In this 10 week course you will learn more about on-line journals, encyclopedias, practice tests and other resources such as a genealogy search tool. The first lesson will be released January 21, but you can start any time before the deadline of April 8th. To get started, register at http://sdlibrarychallenge.blogspot .com. There is a getting started link on the right hand side of the electronic Resources Challenge Blog. Follow the directions and good luck. If you have any questions you can call the Faith Public/School Library at 967-2262.
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Longhorns host double-header with Newell
The Faith Community Center was the host site for a doubleheader of the boys and girls teams with the Newell Irrigators on Friday, January 25th. The boys C team got in a little playing time. They played two quarters with the Longhorns coming out on top, 39-27. T y e n Palmer scored 14 points for the C team. Quarter scores Faith 22-39 Newell 7-17 Stats: Dustyn Eaton 7 pts, 1 asst, 4 reb, 2 fouls,1 stl; Glenn Palmer 6 pts, 5 assts, 1 stl; Jacob Ulrich 6 pts,1 fl; John Gropper 2 reb, 1 fl; Joseph Ulrich 2 reb; Troy Thompson 1 asst, 1 stl; Tye Grubl 2 pts, 2 reb, 3 fls,3 stl; Tyen Palmer 14 pts, 5 reb, 1 fl, 1 stl; Wyatt Schuelke 4 pts, 2 assts, 1 reb, 1 blk, 4 stls. The jr. varsity took over the floor with the Longhorns taking a big win. Jarius Halligan led the jv with 18 points, followed by Josh Afdahl with 13. Quarter scores 11-30-59-62 Faith Newell 8-12-20-26 Stats: Chaney Keffeler 9 pts, 3 reb, 1 blk, 1 stl; Dalton Sheridan 5 pts, 3 assts, 5 reb, 4 stl; Dustyn Eaton 3 reb; Glenn Palmer 2 assts, 3 reb; Jarius Halligan 18 pts, 1 asst, 1 reb, 1 blk, 2 stl; John Gropper 4 reb; Joseph Ulrich 1 stl; Josh Afdahl 13 pts, 4 assts, 8 reb, 4 stl; Rio Hulm 6 pts, 1 asst, 4 reb; Tye Grubl 2 pts; Tyen Palmer 2 reb, 1 stl; Wyatt Schuelke 9 pts, 4 reb, 5 stl. The team hit 39% of their field goals and 63% of their free throws. Cody Trainor led the Longhorns with 16 points to defeat the Irrigators 74-40. He was followed by Jarius Halligan with 13. Quarter scores Faith 24-40-55-74 Newell 9-18-24-30 Stats: Caden Smiley 10 pts, 1 asst, 4 reb, 2 stl; Chaney Keffeler 2 pts, 2 reb; Cody Bernstein 7 pts, 4 assts, 2 reb, 2 stl; C o d y Trainor 16 pts, 8 assts, 3 reb, 2 stl; Dalton Sheridan 1 asst, 1 reb; David Ruth 1 reb; Drew Vance 2 pts, 1 asst, 1 reb, 1 stl; Jarius Halligan 13 pts, 4 assts, 1 reb, 1 stl; Josh Afdahl 6 pts, 1 asst, 1 stl; Marty Shaff 2 reb, 1 stl; Reggie Rhoden 8 pts, 3 reb, 2 blk, 1 stl; Rio Hulm 7 pts, 1 reb, 2 stl; Wyatt Simonson 3 pts, 1 reb. The team scored on 57% of their field goals and 83% of their free throws. The boys will be playing in the Little Moreau Conference this week. #2 Harding County will be playing #3 Bison at 6:00, and #1 Faith will be playing #4 Lemmon at 7:30 on Thursday night at Lemmon. On the east side, at Dupree, #2 Timber Lake will be playing #3 McIntosh at 6:00 and will follow with #1 Dupree playing #4Tiospaye Topa. Times are subject to change, depending on length of games. Round two on Friday will have the same starting time. Saturday’s games will start at 1:00 with the 7th place game. The Championship game is set to begin about 5:30, at Lemmon.
Longhorns suffer first loss of the season to Dupree
The Faith Longhorns traveled to Dupree on Tuesday, January 22nd to face a very tough Dupree Tigers team. The jr. varsity had a hardfought game, with the Tigers tying it up at the end of the 3rd quarter, but the Longhorns came out on top, 35-27. Quarter scores Faith 6-13-24-35 Dupree 3-11-24-27 Stats: Chaney Keffeler 6 pts, 2 assts, 6 reb, 2 fouls, 2 stl; Dalton Sheridan 1 asst, 3 reb, 2 stl, 2 fl; Jarius Halligan 7 pts, 2 asst, 4 stl, 2 fls; Josh Afdahl 7 pts, 5 assts, 4 reb, 2 stl, 2 fl; Rio Hulm 6 pts, 1 asst, 2 reb,1 stl; Wyatt Schuelke 9 pts, 4 reb, 1 stl, 3 fl. The jr. varsity hit 52% of their field goals and 75% from the free throw line. The Dupree Tigers anticipated this game with the Longhorns after defeating them in the Region matchup last year, and once again they came out on the winning end. Tate and Nate Widow for the Tigers were the big scorers of the game. The Tigers held Faith’s top scorer Cody Trainor to a low of 6 points, but Reggie Rhoden was able to take over and scored 19 points. Trainor had 10 assists on the night and pulled down 8 rebounds. The Longhorns also held down scoring by the Tigers. The Longhorns and Tigers both have 1 loss on the season. Quarter scores Faith 9 -21-29-41 18-38-52-60 Dupree Stats: Caden Smiley 1pt, 1 asst, 2 reb, 1blk; Cody Bernstein 4 pts, 1 reb, 1 blk, 2 stl; Cody Trainor 6 pts, 10 assts, 8 reb, 3 stl; Drew Vance 4 pts, 3 reb; Jarius Halligan 6 pts; Josh Afdahl 1 pt, 1 asst, 1 stl; Marty Shaff 1 reb, 1 stl; Reggie Rhoden 19 pts, 1 asst, 8 reb; Rio Hulm 1 reb. The team hit 44% of their field goals and 45% from the free throw line.
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Jarius Halligan, #3 … takes the ball to the basket during the
Varsity game against Newell on Friday. Photo by Marcia Samuelson
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Lady Longhorns win three over Newell Lady Irrigators
The Lady Longhorns hosted Newell in a double-header with the boys teams on Friday, Jan. 25th. The girls C played half a game with the Longhorns winnings 2310. Teagan Engel led the C team with 10 points. Quarter scores Faith       12-23 4-10 Newell    Stats: Teagan Engel  10 pts, 5 reb, 2 assists; Brooklyn Schauer 7 pts, 2 assists, 2 steals; Bonnie Lutz  6 pts, 1 reb, 1 steal; Penny Welter 1 reb, 2 steals; Katie Bogue  6 reb, 1 steal. The jr. varsity girls also won their game, 45-31, with Michaelah Martin leading the scoring with 10 points, followed clsoely by Teagan Engel with 9. Quarter score Faith     10-23-37-45 Newell      2-6-13-31 Stats: Michaelah Martin  10 pts, 2 reb, 1 steal; Teagan Engel 9 pts, 3 reb, 1 steal; Brandi Enright  7 pts, 5 reb, 1 assist; Tori Simonson  6 pts, 3 reb, 3 steals; Tanielle Arneson 6 pts, 2 steals; Katie Bogue 5 pts, 2 reb; Shali Sheridan  2 pts, 2 reb, 1 assist, 2 steals;  Brooklyn Schauer 1 reb; Bonnie Lutz 1 reb.  The varsity girls were led by Shanna Selby scoring 13 points, followed by Tearnee Nelson with 10. The Lady Irrigators gave the Lady Longhorns quite a battle the entire game, but the Longhorns ended up winning by 6 points. Quarter scores Faith   11-23-36-47 Newell       7-17-26-41 Stats: Shanna Selby 13 pts, 9 reb, 1 assist, 4 steals; Tearnee Nelson 10 pts, 6 reb, 5 assists, 4 steals;  Marissa Collins  8 pts, 6 reb;  Paige Brink 6 pts,10 reb; Ashton Delbridge  5 pts, 4 reb; Madison Vance 3 pts, 4 assists, 1 steal;  Brandi Enright 2 pts, 1 reb;  Shali Sheridan  1 reb, 1 assist.
Jacob Ulrich, #20 … takes the ball down the court during the C game against Newell. The Longhorns won with the score of 39-17. Photo by Marcia Samuelson
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Page 10 • January 30, 2013 • The Faith Independent Cloud, Smith clinch championships at Rapid City Xtreme Bulls
Howdy Cloud of Kountze, Texas claims a second victory in Rapid City during the first performance of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) Xtreme Bulls tour held during the Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo. He turned in a total score of 168 on two bulls edging out  Dalton Votaw of Liberty, Texas who finished second with a total score of 161 on two bulls. Cloud claimed his first Rapid City Xtreme Bulls victory back in 2011. Timber Lake, S.D. native, Ardie Maier, finished third with a total score of 155 on two bulls. Cloud, Votaw, and Maier were the only three to make two qualified rides in the Wrangler Championship Round. Cloud secured his place in the top ten for the Wrangler Championship Round by riding Red Eye from stock contractors Southwicks Rocky Mt. Rodeo for 84 points. But, Clint Craig of Milsap, Texas and Taylor Toves of Stephenville, Texas took the lead in the long go-round with a score of 88. Both cowboys had a no score in the final round. The first performance will be a televised on Feb. 10 on Great American Country (GAC). Tyler Smith of Fruita, Colo., is known to be a great roper, but Satuday night he was known as a great bull rider being named performance #2 champion of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) Xtreme Bulls tour held during the Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo. Smith turned in a total score of 176 on two bulls and secured his place in the Wrangler Championship top ten by scoring a 91 on Burns Rodeo’s Smoke Signal. It was the highest marked ride of the night. Parker Breding of Egar, Mont., was the only other bull rider to make two qualified rides. His 77point ride on Sutton Rodeo’s Crystal Springs Peach brought the crowd to a roar in the Wrangler Championship Round. His total score on two bulls was 163. The Xtreme Bulls Tour format features 35 cowboys participating in a long-go each night with the top 10 riders brought back for a short round. The Rapid City champion is crowned based on the highest total score from both nights of competition. Monies won at PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour stops count towards the 2013 PRCA World Standings, which determine qualifiers for the Wrangler NFR in Las Vegas. Seventy of the world’s top bull riders converged on the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center to compete for $52,000. The performance will be a televised on Feb. 18 on Great American Country (GAC). “Oh the agony of that hour no one can tell,” Shaw wrote in her letter contained in 900 Miles from Nowhere: Voices from the Homestead by Steven R. Kinsella. “The storm grew wilder, colder and thicker every moment until it seemed to breathe nothing but Death and Death inevitable in its every gust. You could not see 3 feet from the window at times and not 6 feet ahead all day.” A combination of gale winds, blinding snow and rapidly dropping temperatures made the storm dangerous. The Signal Station at Huron reported that the wind averaged 45 to 50 mph, with gusts up to 60 mph. The temperature fell from 20 degrees at noon to 17 degrees below zero at 10 p.m., further dropping to 28 degrees below zero during the night. The storm abated early on Jan. 13. Shaw’s husband went for the children and found them all safe. Others were not as fortunate. The Wi-Iyohi listed the names of 178 people who perished in the blizzard in South Dakota. Many who lay dead on the prairie were children who were caught on their way home from school. In The Children’s Blizzard, author David Laskin states that about 500 people in the Dakotas, Nebraska and Minnesota perished in the storm. Coursey was one of the fortunate schoolchildren, as his teacher kept her flock of pioneer children in the schoolhouse while the storm raged and into the long, cold night. In the morning of Jan. 13, the teacher saw that the storm had died out, took the schoolchildren to her nearby claim shanty, fed them and sent them home. Coursey sat by his mother’s bedside when she died in September 1914. “The last thing she said to me before she passed away was this: ‘Son, you will never know the burden that was lifted from my heart the next morning after the Big Blizzard, when I looked out and saw you four older children scampering home over the snow-drifts, when I was positively sure you had all perished in the storm.’” This moment in South Dakota history is provided by the South Dakota Historical Society Foundation, the nonprofit fundraising partner of the South Dakota State Historical Society. The South Dakota Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre is an official site on the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail. Find the Foundation on the web at www.sdhsf.org
The Weather Channel began assigning names to big snowstorms in 2012. A blizzard that blasted the Midwest on Jan. 12, 1888, was so destructive that it acquired several names: “The Children’s Blizzard,” “The Schoolchildren’s Blizzard” and “The Schoolhouse Blizzard.” The morning felt more like April than January: warm, calm and clear. Oscar Coursey, three of his siblings and their schoolmates were at recess the morning of Jan. 12, 1888, outside the schoolhouse near their homestead in southwestern Beadle County, playing in their shirt sleeves, without hats or mittens. “Suddenly, we looked up and saw something coming rolling toward us with great fury from the northwest, and making a loud noise,” Coursey wrote in Pioneering in Dakota. “It looked like a long string of big bales of cotton, each one bound tightly with heavy cords of silver, and then all tied together with great silvery rope.” All the children had just gotten inside the schoolhouse when the storm struck with such force that it nearly moved the building off its cobblestone foundation. George Duernberger had taken his horses to a well about one-half mile from his homestead in Faulk
The Children’s Blizzard
County when one of the horses jerked the halter rope from his hand and started for the barn. A hurried glance to the northwest showed him a gray bank. “Then the wind came. Everything was blotted out, and the trail disappeared, the horses’ heads were not visible … It was difficult to breathe and utterly impossible to keep my eyes open against the driving snow … The cold was piercing,” according to Duernberger’s account in The South Dakota Historical Society’s bulletin The Wi-Iyohi. A brief break in the storm enabled him to recognize a landmark and realize where he was. He was able to get his horses in the barn and start for the house. He was guided to the house by the sound of his wife blowing on a trumpet. “It was but eighty minutes since I had left for the well. An eternity, however, had elapsed.” Sadie Shaw wrote her brother and sister that the wind knocked her down when she attempted to go to the coal box about a rod (about 5.5 yards) east of her sod house in the Platte/Geddes area. Her husband had gone to get their children from school when he realized a storm was coming. He returned home safely after being in the storm for about an hour, unsuccessful in his attempt to reach the schoolhouse.
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Corn Growers challenge raises $25,000 for Feeding South Dakota
Farmers, agribusinesses pitch in to fight hunger
South Dakota Corn Growers President Mark Gross challenged farmers during the association’s 27th annual meeting to donate $100 each to Feeding South Dakota. Within hours, those farmers and several agricultural groups had raised $25,000 for the state’s largest charitable hunger-relief organization. last summer’s “Despite drought, farmers have been very blessed these last few years. The right thing to do is help those who are less fortunate,” Gross said. “This money will be used to feed people in need throughout the state. People don’t go to the food bank because they want to; they go because they have nowhere else to turn.” A $100 donation allows Feeding South Dakota to provide 400 meals. It’s enough to feed a family for four weeks. A $145 donation will provide one child with a backpack full of food each weekend for an entire school year. “For many kids, the food they receive through Feeding South Dakota’s Backpack Program is the only food they’ll get during a weekend,” Gross said. “Picture your kids not having food on the weekend.” Gross and Chad Blindauer, president of the South Dakota Corn Utilization Council, presented a $25,000 check Saturday night to Matt Gassen, Feeding South Dakota’s executive director. “We’re incredibly excited to have received $25,000 from the South Dakota Corn Growers Association. We’ll be able to take that money and turn it into 100,000 meals,” Gassen said. “This goes a long ways in meeting our needs as we work to eliminate hunger in our state. This is an exciting time as we begin to partner with the ag industry, starting with South Dakota Corn. This partnership is very important to us and also to those we serve.” Feeding South Dakota is already partnering with the South Dakota Corn Utilization Council, South Dakota State University and the University of South Dakota in the Showdown Series, an athletic and academiccompetition between those two schools in the heart of corn country. That series is raising food and money for the hunger-relief agency. Agribusinesses that donated during the challenge are Cargill, Dupont Pioneer, First Bank & Trust, Monsanto, Premier Bank Card, Syngenta and WNAX Radio. Feeding South Dakota has distribution centers in Sioux Falls, Pierre and Rapid City. The organization distributesmore than 12 million pounds of food annually through a network of 450 charitable organizations across the state.  Those groups then distribute the food through various programs and food pantries. For more information about Feeding South Dakota visit www.feedingsouthdakota.org
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Speeding penalty bill pulled over in House committee
By Elizabeth “Sam” Grosz, Community News Service
It may be a crime to speed in South Dakota, but it hasn’t been adding penalty points to a driver’s record for the past 20-some years. Action by the House Transportation Committee Jan. 22 during the S.D. Legislature ensures that practice will continue for the foreseeable future. Rep. Steve Hickey, Sioux Falls Republican, was trying again this year to add speeding back into the points system as it was prior to 1986. He called it “a kinder, gentler version” of last year’s bill that also had been defeated. Every other moving violation has points that are applied to a driver’s record. However, the joke, he said, about speeding is that motorists can “drive as fast as you can afford.” The purpose, Hickey said, was “not to suspend licenses, but to slow people down.” Fines, he said, have not done that. The bill would only affect a small fraction of the state’s drivers, he said. “Speeding is no laughing matter,” said Sen. Craig Tieszen, Rapid City Republican, adding, “speed is the leading cause of accidents in this state.” It is “ironic,” he said, “that you can get a point for driving too slow, but not for driving too fast.” While the Department of Public Safety had indicated to Hickey that they did not oppose the bill, some members thought it odd that the DOT was not testifying for the bill. Rep. Manny Steele, R-Sioux Falls, said he originally had signed on the bill as a sponsor, but was changing his mind and voting against it, saing it was “a bill aimed at a few hundred people who are abusive.” He called it “overkill,” citing the effort to keep track of the records. The committee voted to kill the bill, 9-4, by moving it to the session’s 41st day.
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USDA/Farm Service Agency News
The Dewey, Meade & Ziebach County FSA offices would like to keep you informed of the following items important to USDA programs. 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 REMEMBER: February 19 – Sign-up begins for DCP & ACRE March 15 – Last day to purchase NAP coverage June 3 – Last day to sign-up for ACRE August 2 – Last day to sign-up for DCP Farm Service Agency Announces Important Program Updates WASHINGTON, Jan. 22, 2013—The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) reminds producers that the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 extended the authorization of the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 (the 2008 Farm Bill) for many Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) commodity, disaster, and conservation programs through 2013. FSA administers these programs. The extended programs include, among others: the Direct and Counter-Cyclical Payment Program (DCP), the Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE), and the Milk Income Loss Contract Program (MILC). FSA is preparing the following actions: FSA will begin sign-ups for DCP and ACRE for the 2013 crops on Feb. 19, 2013. The DCP sign-up period will end on Aug. 2, 2013; the ACRE sign-up period will end on June 3, 2013. The 2013 DCP and ACRE program provisions are unchanged from 2012, except that all eligible participants in 2013 may choose to enroll in either DCP or ACRE for the 2013 crop year. This means that eligible producers who were enrolled in ACRE in 2012 may elect to enroll in DCP
in 2013 or may re-enroll in ACRE in 2013 (and vice versa). All dairy producers’ MILC contracts are automatically extended to Sept. 30, 2013. Eligible producers therefore do not need to re-enroll in MILC. Specific details regarding certain modifications to MILC will be released soon. FSA will provide producers with information on program requirements, updates and signups as the information becomes available. Any additional details will be posted on FSA’s website. For more information about the programs and loans administered by FSA, visit any FSA county office or www.fsa.usda.gov. USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer and lender. To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Stop 9410, Washington, DC 20250-9410, or call toll-free at (866) 632-9992 (English) or (800) 877-8339 (TDD) or (866) 377-8642 (English Federalrelay) or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish Federal-relay). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
What is good sportsmanship?
Good sportsmanship occurs when teammates, opponents, coaches and officials treat each other with respect. Kids learn the basics of sportsmanship from the adults in their lives, especially their parents and their coaches. Kids who see adults behaving in a sportsmanlike way gradually come to understand that the real winners in sports are those who know how to persevere and to behave with dignity – whether they win or lose a game. Parents can help their kids understand that good sportsmanship includes both small gestures and heroic efforts. It starts with something as simple as shaking hands with opponents before a game and includes acknowledging good plays made by others and accepting bad calls gracefully. Displaying good sportsmanship is not always easy. It can be tough to congratulate the opposing team after losing a close or important game. But the kids who learn how to do it will benefit in many ways. Kids who bully or taunt others on the playing field are not likely to change their behavior when in the classroom or in social situations. In the same way, a child who practices good sportsmanship is likely to carry the respect and appreciation of other people into every other aspect of life. Good sports are winners. Ask first or second graders who won a game, and they may answer, “I think it was a tie.” It is likely the question is not of any real interest at that age. Kids may be more eager to talk about the hits they got or the catches they almost made. But as they move into older and more competitive leagues, kids become more focused on winning. They often forget to have fun. Without constant reminders and good examples, they may also forget what behavior is appropriate before, during and after a sporting event. Kids who have coaches who care only about being in first place and say that anything goes as long as they win, pick up the message that it is okay to be ruthless on the field. If parents constantly pressure them to play better or second-guess their every move, kids get the message that they are only as good as their last good play – and they will try anything to make one. Adults who emphasize good sportsmanship, however, see winning as just one of several goals they would like their kids to achieve. They help young athletes take pride in their accomplishments and in their improving skills, so that the kids see themselves as winners, even if the scoreboard does not show the numbers going in their favor. The best coaches and parents encourage their kids to play fair, to have fun and to concentrate on helping the team while polishing their own skills. Fostering good sportsmanship. Remember the saying “Actions speak louder than words?” That is especially true when it comes to teaching your kids the basics of good sportsmanship. Your behavior during practices and games will influence them more than any pep talk or lecture you give them. Here are some suggestions on how to build sportsmanship in your kids: •Unless you are coaching your child’s team, you need to remember that you are the parent. Shout words of encouragement, not directions, from the sidelines (there is a difference). •If you are your kid's coach, don’t expect too much out of your own child. Don’t be harder on him or her than on anyone else on the team, but don’t play favorites either. •Keep your comments positive. Do not bad-mouth coaches, players or game officials. If you have a serious concern about the way that games or practices are being conducted, or if you are upset about other parents’ behavior, discuss it privately with the coach or with a league official. •After a competition, it is important not to dwell on who won or lost. Instead, try asking, “How did you feel you did during the game?” If your child feels weak at a particular skill, like throwing or catching, offer to work on it together before the next game. •Applaud good plays no matter who makes them. •Set a good example with your courteous behavior toward the parents of kids on the other team. Congratulate them when their kids win. •Remember that it is your kids, not you, who are playing. Don’t push them into a sport because it is what you enjoyed. As kids get older, let them choose what sports they want to play and decide the level of commitment they want to make. •Keep your perspective. It is just a game. Even if the team loses every game of the season, it is unlikely to ruin your child's life or chances of success. •Look for examples of good sportsmanship in professional athletes and point them out to your kids. Talk about the bad examples, too, and why they upset you. •Finally, do not forget to have fun. Even if your child isn’t the star, enjoy the game while you are thinking of all the benefits your child is gaining – new skills, new friends, and attitudes that can help all through life. Reviewed by Steve Sanders,
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‘Social host’ bill defeated in Senate committee
By Elizabeth “Sam” Grosz, Community News Service
An attempt to set up misdemeanor charges for adults who provide parties for under-age drinkers failed to pass out of the Senate State Affairs Committee Jan. 23 at the S.D. Legislature in Pierre. The measure failed by one vote, following sometimes emotional debate, but backers vowed to keep working on the bill to make it acceptable to lawmakers. Sen. Larry Lucas, D-Mission, said there currently is no definition for the term “social host,” but is generally agreed that it refers to someone who provides the location but not necessarily the alcohol for a party. It is not a defense, said Lucas, for the adult to say that he was not present at the party. Joyce Glynn, West River rancher with her husband, Roger, related the story of how their son, Michael, lost his life following his 2006 high school graduation and attending the subsequent party where under-age teens were drinking. He died as the result of a onevehicle rollover where he was ejected from the car. That spring, Glynn said, 13 other teenagers died under similar circumstances. Obama, noted President Glynn, has said that “the first task of society is to keep our children safe.” She questioned whether we are doing everything possible to do that. She discussed the three components to keep children safe as education, legislation and enforcement. It is clear, she said, that it is illegal for anyone under the age of 21 to drink alcohol, and called this bill “another tool” to be used. With 5,894 minors charged with possession and 416 misdemeanor charges against adults, and 200 f those dismissed, Glynn said “we are sending a bad message to kids.” Glynn said the Attorney General’s office has voiced its support for the bill, as well as the South Dakota States Attorneys Association. Supporting testimony came from the Concerned Women of South Dakota. However, the bill’s current language was criticized by the State Farm Insurance Company lobbyist Dick Tieszen, and Roger Tellinghuisen, lobbyist for S.D. Trial Lawyers Association, as well as several members of the committee. Sen. Corey Brown, R-Gettysburg, questioned whether that one additional law would have changed anything that happened the night that Glynn’s son died. Sen. Larry Rhoden, R-Union Center, also questioned whether the law would be effective. The bill died 5-4 and was moved to the 41st day. After the meeting, Glynn said “I really thought with the State’s Attorney Association and the Attorney Generals’ Association, the people who have to enforce these laws and know the laws inside and out that are on the books, and whether they are enforceable or not and whether they are enough or not, I really thought their backing to the legislators would say ‘you folks are the expert in this field and so we are going to rely on your recommendation.’” That didn’t happen, she said. However, Glynn said “we will never know if this would keep someone from having a party at their house.” She said she will continue to fight for a law such as this.
Public safety bill clears Senate, next round the House
By Elizabeth “Sam” Grosz, Community News Service
The comprehensive overhaul of the way the state justice system deals with offenders recently passed the South Dakota Senate with only two dissenting votes. The bill is backed by a host of law enforcement professionals as a means of improving public safety, holding offenders accountable and controlling spending. The program is expected to save $160 million in the next 10 years in prison costs, according to Sen. Russell Olson, R-Wentworth, one of the Senators who served on a task force study group that created the bill. Olson spoke to the bill Jan. 24 in the Senate, along with Sens. Reid Holien, R-Watertown; Craig Tieszen, R-Rapid City; Larry Lucas, D-Mission; and James Bradford, D-Pine Ridge, who all worked on the task force. Bradford said it was a “highly emotional” issue for him, “maybe because I’m directly affected,” seeing a family member make a mistake, make restitution and come back home. “This is the first time that I go home,” said Bradford, that people will say, “hey, you know what? South Dakota really does care about us, about our problems.” The program is not soft on crime, said Olson, but rather is a smarter approach than was taken 10 years ago. It increases penalties for drug dealers, for example, but works outside of prison with drug offenders to turn their lives around. “There are dangerous people in our prisons and they need to stay there,” said Olson. Tieszen said the program is “the biggest policy that I have seen or been part of since I’ve been in the Legislature.” He added that 20-25 years ago, such a bill would never have gotten out of committee, but times have changed. “What we thought was right then,” Tieszen said, was not getting the desired results. The program will enhance and expand DUI and Drug Courts, expand the 24/7 program with swift and certain sanctions for those who deviate from it, and provide training and monitoring for offenders. The South Dakota Public Safety Improvement Act, SB70, now travels to the House for consideration.
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& Natural Res, Wastewater Fee – $50.00; SDTA, 1st Quarter Assessment Notice – $1,737.08; Servall Uniform/Linen Co., Mats, Mops, Fresheners – $631.89; South Dakota Network, 800 Database Landline – $17.00; Tri State Water, Water – $8.60; United States Postal Service, Stamped Envelopes – $ 1,121.95; Verizon Wireless Ambulance & Police Cell Phones – $246.10; Vilas Pharmacy & Healthcare, Supplies – $31.38; Wells Fargo Securities, LLC, Municipal Lease – $53,219.91. Inghram made a motion, seconded by Lightfield to approve all claims as presented. All yes votes. Motion carried. The December revenues were $213,975.31 and the December expenditures were $233,961.91. RESOLUTiONS AND ORDiNANCES: Lightfield introduced the following resolution and moved for its adoption: RESOLUTiON NO. 01-22-13-01 WHEREAS the City of Faith needs to transfer and that the Finance Officer be authorized to transfer funds as of December 31, 2012 in accordance with the adopted Budget Plan: 1,030.00.............. from General to Ambulance Restricted Cash 2,000.00.............. from Electric to Capital Outlay 250.00.............. from Water to Capital Outlay 1,000.00.............. from Sewer to Capital Outlay 6,000.00.............. from Telephone to Capital Outlay 1,264.37.............. from Liquor to General 20,000.00.............. from Telephone to General 18,000.00.............. from Electric to General Seconded by Inghram. All yes votes. Motion carried. Lightfield introduced the following resolution and moved for its adoption: Resolution No. 01-22-13-02 A Resolution Passed Pursuant to the Revised Ordinances Title 8 – Utilities Establishing Regulations, Rates, and Charges for Utility Services for the City of Faith, South Dakota: WHEREAS, pursuant to the Revised Ordinances, Title 8 – Utilities, the Common Council is authorized to establish regulations, rates, and charges for all utility services by Resolution, it is hereby RESOLVED that the following regulations, rates and charges are established retroactive to February, 2013 billing cycle adding to the rate contained in Resolution No. 02-06-08-01: aDSL High Speed Internet ONLY (Without a Landline): Due to NECA Tariff Service Monthly Charge: Up to 2 Mb: includes 3 E-mail accounts $87.32 Up to 6 Mb includes 5 E-mail accounts $119.07 Seconded by Riley. All yes votes. Motion carried. Committee Meetings: Executive Session – Personnel: Lightfield made a motion, seconded by Riley to retire into executive session at 5:05 PM to discuss personnel. Motion carried. Mayor Haines declared the Council out of executive session at 6:05 PM. Post Prom: Hunter Johnson on behalf of the Faith Freshmen class asked the Council if they would approve the use of the gym and community room for Post Prom and waive the fee and if they would also give a donation to Post Prom in the amount of $500 as what is usually given. This event will be held April 6th, 2013. Committee understands they have to clean the gym after the event. Inghram made a motion, seconded by Hellekson to approve the use of gym and community
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room and waiving the fee and to donate the $500 that will come out of Community Development. All yes votes. Motion carried. Faith Entertainment Committee: Debbie Brown on behalf of the Faith Entertainment Committee, asked the Council for the use of the gym and concession stand for a 3 on 3 tournament and waive the fee as this will be a fund raiser for the carnival. This event is scheduled March 30th, 2013. Committee understands they have to clean the gym after the event. Lightfield made a motion, seconded by Riley to approve the use of the gym for the 3 on 3 tournament and waive the fee. All yes votes. Motion carried. Change Meeting Date: Riley made a motion, seconded by Hellekson to change the Council meeting from February 5th to February 4th. Motion carried. Jet A Fuel: Mayor Haines and Debbie Brown discussed with Joe Locken, Locken Oil about the possibility of getting Jet A fuel as it would be needed for a S.E.A.T plane if that could be based in Faith. There is a possibility, but will be discussed at a later date after receiving information on insurance and portable storage. Clarify Security Guard 2013 salaries: Brown just wanted to clarify that the Council wanted the security guards to receive the non-certified wage of $10 an hour as stated in the minutes of January 8, 2013. Riley made a motion, seconded by Lightfield that the security guards wage is to be the non-certified wage of $10 an hour. Motion carried. 2013 Salaries for Library: Riley made a motion, seconded by Lightfield to approve the Library Boards approval of the following wage increase retroactive to January 1, 2013: Linda Olson – $10.25 Angela Ostrander – $9.50 All yes votes. Motion carried. Shop Building – insulate: Part of the shop building was approved prior to be insulated. Mayor Haines asked the Council if they would like it to be done again. Donn Dupper was asked if he thought they would have time to do it. Dupper stated depends on the weather, but he thought it could be done. Just start it and see how far they can get. A quote from Faith Lumber was received for the supplies in the amount of $1,201.96. Inghram made a motion, seconded by Lightfield to allow the guys to insulate a portion of the shop building. All yes votes. Motion carried. Clean out ice House: A job that is needed to be done is the Ice House to be cleaned out. Annelle Afdahl asked if they would call her before doing it and she would come to let them know what to keep and what not to keep. Pre Approve Claims: Lightfield made a motion, seconded by Hellekson to approve the Finance Officer to pay claims at the first of the month that are required to not receive a penalty and any that come up that need immediate attention. All yes votes. Motion carried. Approve Fill in Bartender: Riley made a motion, seconded by Lightfield to approve hiring Lacey Abbe who has worked in the Bar a few years ago at $10 an hour upon taking her TAM training. All yes votes. Motion carried. Arrears List: Council reviewed the arrears list. Lightfield made a motion, seconded by Hellekson to adjourn. Motion carried. _______________________________ Glen Haines, Mayor _______________________________ Debbie Brown, Finance Officer Published January 30, 2013 for a total approximate cost of $88.04
Proceedings of the Common Council City of Faith, SD
The Common Council for the City of Faith, South Dakota met in regular session on January 22, 2013 at 5:00 P.M. in the Community Room of the Community Center. Mayor Haines called the meeting to order, Brown called roll call, and Mayor Haines led the Pledge of Allegiance. Council members present: Riley, Inghram, Nolan, Lightfield, Hellekson, and Spencer at 5:07 PM. Others in attendance were: Donn Dupper, Patty Hauser, Cindy Frankfurth, Loretta Passolt, Debbie Brown, Kris and Hunter Johnson. Lightfield made a motion, seconded by Riley to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried. Riley made a motion, seconded by Lightfield to approve the minutes of the January 8, 2013 meeting. Motion carried. CLAiMS APPROVED: The following claims were presented and read: Utility Department, Salaries – $6,428.31; Finance Office, Salaries – $4,671.64; Police Department, Salaries – $4,053.50; Bar & Liquor Store, Salaries – $2,157.31; Janitor, Salaries – $1,372.40; Ambulance Department, Salaries – $5,049.71; James Crockford, Landfill Manager – $210.59; Angela Ostrander, Library Supervisor – $152.85; Linda Olson, Library Assistant – $885.37; Glen Haines, Mayor – $452.88; Jerry Spencer, Councilman – $330.22; Karen Inghram, Councilman – $377.40; B.C. Lightfield, Councilman – $330.22; Dan Nolan, Councilman – $377.40; Peggy Riley, Councilman – $330.22; Dianne Hellekson, Councilman – $377.40; Northwest Beverage Inc., Beer – $6,372.40; Sodak Distributing Company, Liquor – $338.16; Farmers State Bank, Federal Excise Tax – $343.17; Farmers State Bank, SS & Withholding – $3,108.38; Farmers State Bank, SS & Withholding – $2,679.22; Farmers State Bank, SS & Withholding – $363.12; Express, Intra/Inter Access Expense – $1,491.05; Combined Insurance Supplemental Insurance – $34.80; BankCard, Collection Fees – $116.69; Lonny's Steak House, Prepay for Christmas Party Meals – $ 696.50; BH Area Finance Officer Assoc., Membership Dues – $5.00; SD State Treasurer, Sales Tax – $4,610.21; AT&T, Purchase of Accts Receivable – $150.47; Border States Electric Supply, Electrical Supplies – $81.03; Brown, Debbie, Reimbursement – $39.88; Carmichael, Bryan, Refund Telephone Deposit – $75.00; CenturyLink, Service Expenses – $5.17; Consortia Consulting by Telec, General Consulting & Settlements – $1,400.00; Dakota Backup, Professional Services – $35.00; Dept of Water & Natural Resources, Water & Wastewater Certification – $18.00; Emergency Medical Products, Inc, Supplies – $997.84; Evergreen Supply Company, Oxygen Cylinder Lease – $6.98; Faith Independent, Publishing – $349.72; Farmers Union Oil, Gasoline – $330.85; Golden West Tech. & Internet Sol, Internet Help Desk, HD Sub. Count Chg – $2,738.77; Golden West Telecommunications, Special Access – $2,540.40; Inland Truck Parts Company, MV Parts – $102.23; John Staurulakis Inc., Telcordia TRA Charge – $159.00; Ketel, Thorstenson & Company, Professional Services – $330.00; Lynn's Dakotamart, Supplies – $71.11; Meade County Auditor, Dispatch Expenses – $3,830.64; Mid America Computer Corp., Toll Messages, Cabs Processing Charge – $733.93; Physician's Claims Company, Ambulance Billing – $1,762.47; Reliable Office Supplies, Office Supplies – $771.52; Resco, Wire – $150.00; SD Dept of Evnironment
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Common Council for the City of Faith, South Dakota will receive bids for the purchase of aviation fuel. Bidder may consider a volume of 10,000 gallons more or less of aviation fuel. All bidders are asked to include the base price plus the itemized tax. Aviation fuel will be bid delivered to the Faith Municipal Airport. Bids are to be submitted on the Bid Form available at the City of Faith Finance Office. The bid must be clearly marked “Aviation Fuel Bid”. Bids will be received by the Mayor and Common Council at the office of the Finance Officer in the City of Faith, South Dakota until 5:45 p.m., mountain standard time, on the 4th day of February, 2013, at which time the bids will be publicly opened that same day at the regular meeting room of the Common Council in the Municipal Building, Faith, South Dakota. The Mayor and Common Council reserve the right to reject any and all bids received and to accept the bid that is to the best advantage of and in the best interest of the City of Faith, South Dakota. By order of the Common Council of the City of Faith, South Dakota. City of Faith, ________________________________ Debbie Brown, Finance Officer Published January 23 & 30, 2013 for a total approximate cost of $25.99
February 4th, 2013, at 6:00 P.M. The City of Faith reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Published January 23 & 30, 2013 for a total approximate cost of $17.53
The Board of Education of the Faith School District 46-2 met in special session on Thursday, January 24, 2013 with Chairwoman Johnson calling the meeting to order at 6:07pm. Mrs. Baye led the Pledge of Allegiance. Members present: Hanson, Johnson, Simonson, Vance and Welter. Motion by Hanson, 2nd by Simonson to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried. Motion by Welter, 2nd by Hanson to go into executive session with legal counsel for contractual matters and litigation. Motion carried. Chairwoman Johnson declared the board out of executive session at 7:32pm. Motion by Vance, 2nd by Hanson to declare a five-minute recess. Motion carried. Motion by Welter, 2nd by Simonson to approve the payment of $8,000.00 to the Meade School District 46-1 for the payment of capital outlay certificates issued against the land contained in the Olson petition. Motion carried. Motion by Welter, 2nd by Hanson to go into executive session to discuss a student concern. Motion carried. Chairwoman Johnson declared the board out of executive session at 7:57pm. Motion by Welter, 2nd by Johnson to deny Open Enrollment application 201316. Motion carried. Motion by Simonson, 2nd by Hanson to adjourn. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 8:05pm. _______________________________ Sharron Johnson, President Board of Education ________________________________ Amie Schauer, Business Manager Published January 30, 2013 for a total approximate cost of $17.54
The City of Faith, South Dakota is offering the following surplus property for sale by sealed bid. Please contact the City Office at 967-2261 for further information or to make arrangements to view the property. Description of Property, Appraised Value 2000 Gallon Gas Tank $20.34 Sealed bids will be accepted at the City of Faith Finance Office, PO Box 368, Faith, SD 57626-0368, until 4:00 P.M. on February 4th, 2013. All bids must be clearly marked “Sealed bid for a 2000 Gallon Gas Tank” on the outside of the envelope. Bids will be opened at the regular meeting of the Faith City Council on
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A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING PUBLIC TESTIMONY ON THE RECLASSIFICATION OF A SECTION LINE RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY: Located in: South half of the section line between Sections 11 and 12, Township 6 North, Range 14 East and the section line between Sections 13 and 14, Township 6 North, Range 14 East. Reclassification to non-motorized due to the topography. THE HEARING WILL BE HELD FEBRUARY 6, 2013, AT 10:00 A.M. AT THE COMMISSIONERS MEETING ROOM, ERSKINE ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING. INFORMATION, OPINIONS AND ARGUMENTS MAY BE FORWARDED TO THE MEADE COUNTY AUDITOR’S OFFICE, 1300 SHERMAN STREET #126, STURGIS, SD 57785, BY ANY PERSON UNABLE TO ATTEND THE HEARING. /S/ LISA SCHIEFFER, MEADE COUNTY AUDITOR Published January 23 & 30, 2013 at the total approximate cost of $20.79
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The following school Board position will become vacant due to the expiration of the present term of office of the following school board member: Brian Simonson, Member – (3) Three-year term Scott Vance, Vice Chairman – (3) Three-year term Circulation of nomination petitions may begin on the 25th day of January 2013, and petitions may be filed in the office of the Business Manager located at the Faith School between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm MST not later than the 22nd day of February 2013 at 5:00 pm or mailed by registered mail not later than 5:00 pm. Amie Schauer, Business Manager Faith School District #46-2 Published Jan. 30 & Feb. 6, 2013 for a total approximate cost of $18.18
First reading of a nuisance ordinance will be held by the Board of Meade County Commissioners on February 6, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. in the Commissioners meeting room in the Meade County Erskine Office Building, Sturgis, SD regarding the following property: Mountain West Products – located at 21727 Sidney Stage Road, Piedmont SD. s/ Lisa Schieffer, Meade County Auditor Published January 23 & 30, 2013 at the total approximate cost of $10.38
Notice is given that application has been made to the Comptroller of the Currency, 1225 17th Street Suite 300, Denver, CO 80202 for consent to merge Farmers State Bank, Faith, South Dakota into First National Bank in Philip, Philip, South Dakota. It is contemplated that the main and branch offices of the above named banks will continue to operate. It is contemplated that the main office (127 Main Street, Faith, South Dakota 57626) of Farmers State Bank will become a branch office of First National Bank in Philip. This notice is published pursuant to 12 USC 1828(c) and 12 CFR 5. Anyone may submit written comments on this application by February 11, 2013 to: Director for District Licensing, 1225 17th Street, Suite 300, Denver, CO 80202 or WE.Licensing@occ.treas.gov. The public file is available for inspection in the district office during regular business hours. Written requests for a copy of the public file on the application should be sent to the Director of District Licensing. January 9, 2013
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stock Water Systems. 10 1/2 miles south of Maurine, 605-748-2473 Merle Vig. F2-tfc We wish to thank everyone who sent flowers and memorial gifts on the passing of our beloved mother, grandmother & great grandmother, Bernice Lee. We send a special thank you to Pastor Olson and the Women’s Missionary Fellowship of Bethel Lutheran Church and to the Evanson Jensen Funeral Home. We will be forever grateful for your care and compassion. Also thanks to Pastor Olson and Joni Hunt for their ministry in music. Finally, to the community of Faith, we thank you for all of the great years you have given to our family. We have been blessed and are thankful for your love. God Bless each and every one of you. Jerome, Lanniko and Klevre Lee Joanne and Terry Wanless Heather, Chad, Hadley, Jack and Leah Collins Troy, Jessica, Elliana, Scarlett and Juliette Wanless Thank you Gordon & Jon Collins and families for helping me after my accident. Thank you to grandma and grandpa for coming and picking me up, then driving me to Hettinger. Thank you for all the thoughts, prayers, cards, flowers and visits while I was in the hospital. Lorrie & Jackie Wicks
TRICT, Faith, SD seeking candidates for the position of superintendent of schools with Special Education Directors duties to be determined. Application materials available at www.faith.k12.sd.us or contact Dr. Julie Ertz at 605.391.4719 or jertz@asbsd.org. CUSTER REGIONAL HOSPITALCuster Clinic and Custer Regional Senior Care in beautiful Custer, SD, have full time and PRN (asneeded) RN, LPN and Licensed Medical Assistant positions available. We offer competitive pay and excellent benefits. New Graduates welcome! Please contact Human Resources at (605) 673-2229 ext. 110 for more information or log onto www.regionalhealth.com to apply. HEAD CUSTODIAN AND Custodian for the Edgemont School District. 12-month, full-time positions with benefits: health / dental insurance, state retirement, sick leave, paid holidays, vacation. Open until filled. Contact Dave Cortney (605) 662-7254 or Dave.Cortney@k12.sd.us. FULL-TIME ELEMENTARY Special Education Teacher or Full-Time Special Education Administrator/Teacher at the Edgemont School District for the 2013-2014 school year. 4 day school week. Contact Dave Cortney at (605) 662-7254 or email Dave.Cortney@k12.sd.us. TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR at the Edgemont School District for the 2013-2014 school year. Salary/benefits to be negotiated. Contact Dave Cortney at 605-6627254 or email Dave.Cortney@k12.sd.us. MISCELLANEOUS SAWMILLS FROM ONLY $3997.00. Make & save money with your own bandmill. Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. FREE Info/DVD: www.NorwoodSawmills.com 1-800-578-1363 Ext.300N. NOTICES ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS statewide for only $150.00. Put the South Dakota Statewide Classifieds Network to work for you today! (25 words for $150. Each additional word $5.) Call this newspaper or 800-658-3697 for details. OTR & DRIVER OPPORTUNITY SEEKING CLASS A CDL drivers to run 14 central states. 2 years over the road experience required. Excellent benefit package. Call 701221-2465 or 877-472-9534. www.pbtransportation.com. EW WYLIE TRUCKING is now hiring Truck Mechanic. West Fargo, ND Needs: 3 years shop experience Certified Diesel Mechanics preferred!! Great benefits package! Apply at: www.wylietrucking.com. EW WYLIE TRUCKING is now hiring a Parts Coordinator. West Fargo, ND Needs: 1 year experience & HS Diploma/GED. Great benefits package! Apply at: www.wylietrucking.com. STEEL BUILDINGS STEEL BUILDINGS. Huge winter discounts for spring delivery. 50x80, 62x100, 68x120, 68x200, 100x200. Take advantage of tax deductions. Limited Offer. Call Jim 1-888-782-7040.
BULL SALES WILKINSON RANCH BLACK ANGUS Yearling Bull Private Treaty Sale with equal opportunity to bid on each bull. Beginning Sat. Feb. 16. For more information and a catalog, call Bill Wilkinson, 605203-0379 or Mark Wilkinson, 605203-0380 De Smet, S.D. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY GROWING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY in Platte SD: Ground floor entry in firmly established food service business, tailor made for enterprising single person or couple. New equipment just added for continued expansion into the future. Present owner seeking retirement but not at new buyerís expense (priced exceptionally reasonable). Seller willing to stay on to train during transition period. Contact Travis Agency for details 605 337-3764. EMPLOYMENT FACILITY MAINTENANCE/CUSTODIAN POSITION: Salem City accepting applications. Closing 02/15/13. Contact: City of Salem, PO Box 249, Salem, SD 57058, 425-2301; citysalem@triotel.net. EOE. VACANCY: FAITH SCHOOL DIS-
WANTED: ranch or grass land to lease by the month or year, by the head. Call 316-734-3374. F17-9tp The Faith School Dist is accepting applications for full-time or part-time custodian. Applications can be found on the school website, at the office or by calling 967-2152. Position is open until filled. F20-3tc
APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: Countryside Apartments in Faith. 1 bedroom, carpeted throughout. Laundry facilities available. Handicap accessible. Rent based on income. For information contact: PRO/Rental Management 1-800-244-2826 or 1-605-347-3077 Equal Opportunity Housing. F5-tfc PASTURE WATER LINES with trencher and backhoe, Live-
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Breakfast: Breakfast Sandwiches Lunch: Tacos – $4.29 Sandwich: Rueben
Breakfast: Biscuits & Gravy Lunch: Asian – $4.29 Sandwich: Hamburger
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Kiss Me (all red), Sweetheart (red & white), Cupid’s Arrow (lavender/pink) and Be Mine (yellow) Each contains 5 roses and other fresh stems arranged in a vase
Breakfast: Breakfast Sandwiches Lunch: Cassserole – $4.29 Sandwich: Philly Steak & Cheese
Breakfast: Burritos Lunch: 2 Piece Chicken Dinner – $4.29 Sandwich: Hamburger
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1/2 Dozen Roses $35.00 1 Dozen Roses $65.00 Wrapped rose - $6.99 Bud Vase - $9.98 Large selection of Roses in several colors Call Keffeler Kreations – 967-2330
Floral orders before Friday, February 8th receive a free mylar balloon There will be a $4 charge added to orders going out of town to Union Center, Enning, Opal, Eagle Butte, Dupree, Timber Lake, Isabel & Takini areas.

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