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Number 12
Volume 108
March 21, 2013
by Laurie Hindman
Sanford Underground lab
spokesperson Bill Harlan was the
guest speaker for the Wall Bad-
lands Area Chamber of Commerce
meeting.
Harlan who is the communica-
tion director for the lab reported
that the lab has received $40.2
million from the State of South
Dakota and $261.5 million from
non-state funding in which 112
million has been spent in South
Dakota of which 14 million has
gone to business contracts in the
state.
The lab has also hosted over
5,000 students and close to 1,000
teachers.
Harlan then gave an update on
the underground lab projects and
showed time lapse videos of how
the different labs were con-
structed.
Mayor Dave Hahn informed
member of the upcoming annual
meeting for the Wall Ambulance
District that will be held on March
21 at the Wall Community Center
with the meeting beginning at 7:00
Communications Director Bill Harlan with the Sanford Under-
ground lab was the guest speaker at the Wall Badlands Area
Chamber of Commerce meeting held on Monday, March 11 at the
Red Rock Resteraunt. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
Chamber gets an update on Sanford Underground Lab
p.m.
Wendy Brunnemann with the
Wall Library handed out flyers to
be placed around town. She noted
that every Friday at 9:00 a.m. is
story time and the last Wednesday
of every month is Book Club. The
library has received new comput-
ers and they also have e-books
available.
Superintendent Dennis Rieck-
man with the Wall School an-
nounced the girls basketball team
placed seventh at the State B tour-
nament. The Children’s Theater
was very well done and received,
and students are testing for the
pilot benchmark assessment tests.
Eric Brunnemann Superintend-
ent of the Badlands National Park
reported their budget was cut by
$215,000 due to the sequestration.
The park is still planning on hiring
people to work in their different
visitor services but will vacate
three upper staff positions.
Duane Bubac with the Minute-
man Missile National Historic Site
noted they will also lapse a couple
of different positions.
Greg Oleson from Golden West
said letters have been mailed out
informing customers of the new
digital boxes that will be needed to
receive their programming.
Dawn Hilgenkamp with West
River Electric reminded members
that the deadline for attending
their one day trip to Gillette is
May 1.
Black Hills Federal Credit
Union is hosting a drop box for
gently used books to be donated to
various groups around the commu-
nity, said Robyn Miller.
Brett Blasius announced that
First Interstate Bank has two
scholarships available to local sen-
iors.
Carol Hoffman reported Coun-
try Cupboard has given out 7,000
pounds of food in the last year and
are planning to do the same for
this year.
Donna Curr reported the Rodeo
Booster Club has elected new offi-
cers and if anyone is interested in
becoming a member their meet-
ings are held on the third Wednes-
day of every month at the rodeo
grounds.
Rod Renner gave a brief expla-
nation of what Stronger Economics
Together (SET) means and what
the community is working towards
By Elizabeth “Sam” Grosz
Community News Service
Legislators finished their work
by passing a $4.1 billion general
appropriation bill March 8, encom-
passing more money for schools
and Medicaid providers than in
the most recent past.
Not everyone was happy, how-
ever, with the allocation of funds
during the final garnering of
amendments to HB1185, and
$1.72 million was left on the table
unallocated. But legislators were
assured that $1.7 million was not
too much.
Rep. Susan Wismer, D-Britton, a
frequent critic of how the state
spends its money, said last year’s
$1.6 million left on the table had
resulted in $47 million going into
Sen. Mark Kirkeby, Rapid City, and Sen. Jean Hunhoff, Yankton,
both Republicans, shake hands after the final vote of the 2013
S.D. Legislature was taken shortly before midnight March 8.
Both houses passed a $4.1 billion bill for fiscal year 2014. Edu-
cation received 46 percent of the general fund, or $601.9 million.
Medicare providers followed with 39 percent, criminal justice, 10
percent; and the remainder of state government, five percent.
Legislators return Monday, March 25, after a two-week break in
the action, for the final day. ~Photo Elizabeth Grosz
Legislature passes $4.1 billion budget on final day of main run
reserves. She opposed passage of
the bill “with that amount of
money unappropriated.”
Wismer, fellow Democrats, and
several renegade Republicans
were critical of the money that
should or could have gone to help
K-12 education and Medicare
providers, but instead was spent
on constructing new buildings,
tearing down old buildings and
putting more money into reserves.
Sen. Billie Sutton, D-Burke, who
also serves on the Joint Appropri-
ations Committee, was generally
kinder and more conciliatory in his
attempt to amend the budget. But,
the frustration was evident. The
attempt had been to give Medicare
providers another $4.6 million and
education another $2.1 million,
both in one-time money.
They also sought to provide
$21,000 to a veteran’s service pro-
grams, which helps pay vehicle ex-
penses for volunteer drivers who
transport veterans to medical ap-
pointments.
It would also have taken away
$500,000 that appropriation com-
mittee legislators had voted for
Legislative Research Council pro-
grams that assist legislators.
Key Republicans, on the other
hand, were happy with the results
of the budget work.
Sen. Deb Peters, R-Hartford,
who chairs the Senate side of the
Joint Appropriations Committee,
said “once again, education re-
ceived the first dollar and the last
by attending the meetings held in
different local towns.
Black Hills Badlands and Lakes
board member Gina Ferris re-
ported she and four other mem-
bers recently returned from Hous-
ton, Texas. They visited different
travel agencies to promote the di-
rect flight from Rapid City to
Houston. Ferris added this was a
great opportunity to let people
know that South Dakota is much
more than Mt. Rushmore. The new
vacation guides are in.
Bill Bielmaier announced that
Carroll McDonald American Le-
gion Post #246 is planning their
Memorial Day Services at the Wall
Community Center for May 27,
2013. The 7th Calvary Drum and
Bugle Corp., will be a part of the
program with a patriotic music
concert starting at 12:45 p.m. The
Memorial Services will start at
1;40 p.m. with Pastor Ron Burtz
being the guest speaker.
After services at the community
center, the American Legion will
have a ceremony at the Veterans
Memorial at the Wall Cemetery.
Memorial Wreath’s will be placed
and names of deceased veterans
buried in the Wall Cemetery will
be honored by announcing each
name. There will be three new
names added to the memorial list
since last year.
Quinn VFW plan to hold their
Memorial Service on the morning
of May 27.
President Mary Williams read
the following announcements:
•March 21: Ambulance District
annual meeting, Wall Community
Center - 7:00 p.m.
•April 4: Wall Neighborhood
Housing Council, Wall Community
Center - noon.
•April 4: Wall Neighborhood
Housing Presentation, Wall Com-
munity Center - afternoon.
•April 4: Wall City Council
meeting, Wall Community Center
meeting room - 6:30 p.m.
•April 12: Wall Chamber annual
meeting and awards banquet, Wall
Community Center, 5:00 p.m. Paul
Goldhammer will receive the Life-
time Achievement Award.
•April 20: Good Neighbor Ban-
quet, Philip High School Gymna-
sium - 6:00 p.m.
With no other business the
meeting was adjourned.
Don Kjerstad son of Evelyn and
the late George Kjerstad, who is
formally from Wall and the Quinn
area, has been battling Parkin-
son’s disease for the pass three
and half years.
Symptoms of the disease for Don
were loss of voice, loss of balance,
slow brain functions and slight
tremors.
Parkinson disease is a disorder
of the brain that eventually leads
to shaking, movement and coordi-
nation problems.
Don’s mother Evelyn writes that
research has found that through
lots of exercise, modern medica-
tions and voice therapy, these will
help to slow and control the dis-
by Laurie Hindman
The Wall City Council held a
special meeting on Wednesday,
March 13.
Council members present were:
Bill Leonard, Pete Dunker, Rick
Hustead and Mike Anderson. Stan
Anderson and Jerry Morgan were
absent.
Mayor Dave Hahn called the
meeting to order.
The agenda was approved for
the meeting.
President Brett Blasius of the
Wall Health Services came before
the board with financial concerns
for the clinic. At the last council
meeting the council members de-
nied a pay request for $8,500 to
the clinic.
Blasius and the council went
over the financial statements and
due to certain circumstances the
clinic is having a cash flow short-
age.
Blasius also informed the coun-
cil that he is quite concerned about
the future of the clinic which will
be discussed at a future date.
Council approved the pay request.
Before the council moved into
executive session for the purpose
of discussing personnel issues ac-
cording to SDCL 1-25-2, Hahn
asked the city employees if they
had any comments to make. With
no comments being made the coun-
cil moved into executive session.
Council entered out of executive
sessions with no motions being-
made.
The council approved the Hilde-
brand land plot and the meeting
was adjourned.
ease. Don gets lots of exercise and
has joined the “Tremble Clefs” (a
Sun City, Ariz. singing group that
consists of Parkinson’s patients
and their caregivers.)
They practice two hours every
Wednesday, and they sing about
four times a month at assisted liv-
ing centers, nursing homes,
churches and rv resorts.
The “Sun City Tremble Clefs”
consist of 45 members. Five of
them were selected to sing at Mo-
hammed Ali’s Celebrity Social on
March 22nd before Fight Night.
Last year Ali’s Fight Night raised
over eight million dollars to help
fight Parkinson’s Disease.
by Laurie Hindman
The Wall School Board had a
tough decision to make at their
Wednesday, March 13 meeting.
President Scot Eisenbraun
asked the board what their
thoughts were on the Big White
School, if they should vote to make
it a K-5, K-6 or K-8 school.
Spencer Cordes said, he could
see both sides of the issue and
would like the school to be a K-8.
Mary Williams commented she
has spoken to teachers who have
taught at country schools and
stated, “How can one teacher ad-
dress K-8 and not let something
slip.” She went on to say we need
to revisit having the Big White be
a K-6 school.
Carolynn Anderson said, she at-
tended country school and we are
expecting a lot from one teacher
and now is the time to be proac-
tive.
Eisenbraun related maybe we
are a year to late but I think we
should start too implement tech-
nology at the Big White with one
subject instead of three in one
year.
Superintendent Dennis Rieck-
man said, he would be fine with K-
8. He noted that technology does
well in town but is not sold on
technology for out there and we
are asking for to much of these two
girls if that is what the board de-
cides. He also said if the board de-
cides to make the school K-8 we
will have to hire another teacher
for two years.
Todd Trask said, he is not in
favor of hiring another teacher
with the budget being as tight as it
is.
Jeff Gabriel, who has children
attending Big White, is trying to
look at this from the boards point.
He reasoned that the board should
go through all their options and ex-
plore each one before splitting
young families up. He added if
something fails it fails but at least
it was tried.
Williams said she could totally
hear what Gabriel was saying but
grades K-3 are the most important
and she doesn’t know if the board
can address both ends of the spec-
trum. Williams wanted to know
how can one teacher get it done
unless we hire two teacher to
which Trask said again he is not in
favor of hiring another teacher.
A motion was made to make Big
White a K-6 school next year with
Trask, Williams, Anderson and
Johnson voting yea and Kevin
Bielmaier, Cordes and Eisenbraun
voting nay. The motion passed.
Jeanine Sykora and Diane Gei-
gle came before the board on be-
half of the Children’s Theater and
requested to have the project in-
cluded into next years budget.
They have applied to South
Dakota Art’s Council for a grant
and have two cooperate sponsors
but would like the board to cover
any other cost if the need arises.
The board approved a motion to
budget up to $2,500 for the Chil-
dren’s Theater.
Power Assisted Handicap doors
were approved for installation.
The third readings for the Vol-
unteer and Staff Development
policies were approved.
Elementary Principal Chuck
Sykora reported letters have been
sent out for kindergarten screen-
ing.
Rieckman, asked if there were
any questions on the 2013-2014
school calendar. The board dis-
cussed Christmas vacation dates
and decided to have school begin
on January 6, 2014. Rieckman will
make the adjustments to the cal-
endar with the motion approved by
the board.
Track and Golf rules were ap-
proved.
Rieckman, who went to Wash-
ington D.C. for an Impact Aid
meeting, updated the board on
various concerns that are happen-
ing with the program and pay-
ments.
Capital Outlay requests will be
brought to the board next month.
The board approved the consent
agenda for:
•Minutes of February 13, 2013
board meeting.
•March claims.
A motion to enter into executive
session for the purpose of dis-
cussing personnel and negotia-
tions, according to SDCL 1-25-2
was approved.
During executive session the
board complete the superintendent
evaluation.
With no other business after ex-
ecutive session, the meeting was
adjourned.
Wall School Board votes 4 - 3
to make Big White a K-6 school
The Churches of Wall invite you to Holy Week Services
12:10 p.m. Wall Drug Travelers Chapel
•Monday, March 25, Pastor Ron Burtz, Evangelical Free Bible
Church
•Tuesday, March 26, Pastor Darwin Kopfmann, United Methodist
Church
•Wednesday, March 27, Father Leo Hausmann, St. Patrick’s Catholic
Church
•Thursday, March 28, Pastor Curtis Garland, First Lutheran Church
An offering will be received each day for the benefit of the Wall
Church Response.
After an emotional discussion and gut wreching decision the
Wall School Board voted to move Big White to a K-6 school.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
Kjerstad fights Parkinson’s disease
City Council holds special meeting
by Laurie Hindman
Wall City Council met on Friday,
March 15 for a special meeting
concerning the Public Works Di-
rector position.
Council approved a motion to
enter into executive session for the
purpose of discussing personnel is-
sues according to SDCL 1-25-2 at
8:05 a.m.
Council met with Garrett Byran
during the executive session and
moved out of the meeting at 8:16
a.m.
Public Works Director Jeff Clark
and City Employee Jim Kitterman
were present for the remainder of
the meeting.
A motion was made and ap-
proved for the following:
Mayor Dave Hahn announced
that effective March 18, 2013, Gar-
rett Byran will take over as the
new Public Works Director. His
salary will increase by $5,000.
Bryan will be on a six month pro-
bation period and after this time
he will then have another evalua-
tion and if he has a positive review
he will be given another raise.
The mayor informed Bryan that
he will need to e-mail the mayor,
finance officer and council mem-
bers a schedule of the previous
work day accomplishments and
what work they will be doing the
next day. Hahn stressed to Bryan
that a line of communications
needs to be open at all time be-
tween the city and his department.
Garrett was informed what his
priorities as the Public Works De-
partment Head will entail:
•Safety, security and under-
standing the chain-of-command.
•That ALL compliance issues
are positively complied within a
timely manner.
•ALL wells (water sources) are
maintained to the highest stan-
dards.
•Establish work tasks and dele-
gate responsibilites (keed comp
time to a minimum).
At this time the council also de-
cided to downsize the Public Works
Department effective October, 1
2013. Hahn stated, “With Clark’s
health issues they would keep him
on until October 1.” Hahn noted
his salary will also be cut. Rick
Hustead said, going forward with
the city of Wall the department
could be taken care of by two peo-
ple with a money savings means to
be city.
Hahn noted that seasonal sum-
mer help will be hired to help with
mowing and other jobs.
With no other questions the
meeting was adjourned.
Wall City Council approves Garrett
Byran as new Public Works Director
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The annual District 2 Spring
Meeting of the South Dakota
American Legion will be held Sun-
day, March 24, 2013 in Hermosa
for Legionnaires from Bennett,
Haakon, Jackson, Jones, Mellette,
Todd, Custer, Fall River, Penning-
ton and Shannon counties.
The Legion business session will
begin at 1:00 p.m. at the Hermosa
American Legion Post Home. A so-
cial and lunch will be held from 12-
1. There will be an Executive
meeting at 11:00 a.m..
Participants will elect County
Commanders and Vice Command-
ers in the District for one-year
terms during the business meet-
ing.
Cattle producers are in the plan-
ning phase for the upcoming graz-
ing season. In order to successfully
plan for this season, they must
take an inventory of the forage
available and be able to estimate
the grazing potential of pastures,
says Kalyn Waters, SDSU Exten-
sion Cow/Calf Field Specialist.
"Now is the time to start the
planning process. Having the right
tools and knowledge to do so, will
make a world of difference. Attend-
ing the drought management we-
binars will put those tools in pro-
ducers' hands," Waters said.
In an effort to proactively aid
cattle producers, SDSU Extension
Livestock staff partnered with
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Extension to host a five-part webi-
nar series to help those raising cat-
tle prepare for the possibility of the
drought continuing in 2013.
The one-hour Managing
Drought Risk on the Ranch webi-
nar series are being held the last
Wednesday of each month, con-
cluding in May. All sessions begin
at 9 a.m. MST or 10 a.m. CST and
are hosted at SDSU Extension Re-
gional Centers.
Each session will include cur-
rent drought updates, forecasts
“Hair today gone tomorrow.” Bailey Hapney decided to try her
hands at working with hair. She said it is a lot of work and if she
decides to become a stylist she will get her business degree
first. Her plans are to attend WDT after graduation.
“Benefit Rodeo.” Mazee Pauley who loves to compete in the
rodeo world came up with an idea to have a benefit rodeo for
Trey Elshere, Elsie Fortune and herself. The three competed at
the National High School Rodeo Finals so Pauley wanted to
come up with a way to help each other pay for expenses. She is
undecided about what she will do after graduation but would like
to go to Texas and maybe have a career in nursing.
My senior project
Managing Drought Risk on the Ranch: Next meeting March 27
and presentations about specific
information or tools. Following
each webinar, SDSU Extension
State and Field Specialists will be
available for a question and an-
swer session via video conference.
They will also present additional
information relevant to South
Dakota producers.
During the March 27th webinar,
Pat Reece, former University of
Nebraska-Lincoln Range Manage-
ment Specialist, will discuss the
Cumulative Forage Reduction
Index. Reece is currently the
owner of and a senior consultant at
Prairie and Montane Enterprises.
He has developed the CFR Index
in response to needs of ranchers he
has worked with to develop
drought response plans. Reece
points out that when animal num-
bers need to be reduced because of
drought, delayed marketing can
have substantial financial conse-
quences, often costing typical
ranches tens of thousands of dol-
lars.
Following Reece's presentation,
South Dakota attendees will also
have an opportunity to hear from
rancher, Bill Slovek of Philip.
Slovek is a progressive rancher
and current board member for the
South Dakota Grassland Coali-
tion. Slovek's ranch lies in the
southwestern portion of the state
in a region heavily impacted by the
drought. His perspective on
drought decision making, herd
management and hidden opportu-
nities will allow other producers
an opportunity to consider their
own options.
"UNL Extension and the
Drought Mitigation Center have
done an outstanding job putting
together this program. They have
slated some of the best speakers
available to provide critical infor-
mation to producers. Our January
and February sessions proved that
these are quality, applicable meet-
ings that producers will gain
greatly from, and we had over 50
attendees statewide at each," Wa-
ters said.
Topics each month will consider
drought planning information and
tools available to producers. In ad-
dition to University and Agency
presenters, a number of ranchers
will also be featured, describing
development and execution of
their drought plans.
These meetings are also in-
tended to educate professionals
and consultants who work with
ranchers as a professional develop-
ment series.
The webinars are sponsored by
the National Drought Mitigation
Center at the University of Ne-
braska-Lincoln. The series was de-
veloped with support from the Sus-
tainable Agriculture Research and
Education (SARE) program, which
is funded by the U.S. Department
of Agriculture - National Institute
of Food and Agriculture (USDA-
NIFA).
Scheduled dates and topics for
the series include:
•March 27: The New Cumula-
tive Forage Reduction (CFR)
Index: Assessing Drought Impacts
and Planning a Grazing Strategy;
•April 24: Using a Drought Cal-
culator to Assist Stocking Deci-
sions; and
•May 29: Economic Factors to
Weigh in Making Decisions during
Drought.
For more information please
visit www.igrow.org, contact the
nearest SDSU Extension Regional
Center, or call Kalyn Waters,
SDSU Cow/Calf Field Specialist at
605-842-1267 or Pete Bauman,
SDSU Range Field Specialist at
605-882-5140.
District 2 American Legion will hold
meeting in Hermosa March 24
The session will also feature
Post reports regarding the past
year’s unusual activities, Post
Americanism reports, a member-
ship turn-in, recognition of the
District 2 Legionnaire of the Year
and an address by State American
Legion Commander Byron Callies
of Watertown.
District 2 Commander Dennis
Edwards of Rapid City will con-
duct the Legion business session
and the Hermosa Post #303 Com-
mander Robert King will be in
charge of local arrangements.
The District 2 Auxiliary will
hold its meeting at 1:00 p.m. the
same day at a location to be deter-
mined.
Margaret Eisenbraun, with the help of her family and friends,
saved a jar full of pop tabs. Margaret is shown with her jar at a
McDonalds in Rapid City, who in turn sends them to the Ronald
McDonald House. ~Courtesy Photo
Margaret Eisenbraun donates
pop tabs to McDonalds
dollar.” Both education and Medi-
caid providers, she said, have re-
ceived one-time funds for the cur-
rent fiscal year, as well as next.
“Utilizing one-time funds,” said
Peters, “allows us to continue to be
conservative with our ongoing
spending with all the uncertainties
that lie ahead of our state, such as
federal budget cuts, healthcare re-
form and an uncertain economy.”
The Governor, said Peters, left
$26.5 million in one-time funds in
FT2013 on the bottom line and the
change in estimates provided an-
other $5.1 million, for a total of
$31.6 million.
“We were able to invest that
money in K-12 education,
providers, higher education, schol-
arships and economic develop-
ment,” saod Peters.
The total general fund spending
for FY2014, she said, will be
$1,327,249,577, which will allow
the FY2014 budget to be balanced
both nominally and structurally.
General fund spending was bro-
ken down as education, 46 percent;
taking care of people, 39 percent;
protecting the public 10 percent,
and all the rest of state govern-
ment at only five percent.
Major accomplishments, said
Peters, was the three percent in-
flationary increase in state aid to
general education, plus a one per-
cent one-time increase in the cur-
rent year for K-12 education. Post-
secondary technical institutes re-
ceived the same three percent in-
flationary increase, plus one per-
cent one-time increase.
The Board of Regents received a
$5.4 million increase to their base
budget, plus $3.7 million in one-
time funding.
Providers will receive a three
percent increase in their ongoing
allocations with an additional one
percent one-time rate increase for
the remainder of this fiscal year.
A three percent salary policy
was given to state employees, plus
a movement to job worth, said Pe-
ters.
“We were also able to fund $4.1
million in ongoing general funds
and $3 million in one-time general
funds,” she said, for the new Public
Safety Improvement Act.
This will improve public safety,
Peters said, “by investing in pro-
grams, practices and policies that
have been proven to reduce recidi-
vism, hold offenders more account-
able by strengthening community
supervision, and reduce correc-
tions spending and focus prison
space on violent, chronic, and ca-
reer criminals.
“This is a budget that is respon-
sible and will continue to serve our
citizens and our state for the com-
ing year and positions our state for
future growth.”
The House adopted the bill with
a 48-17 vote, and the Senate
adopted it 31-4.
Legislature passes $4.1 billion
budget on final day of main run
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Dakota Bar................................28-16
Shad’s Towing ...........................26-18
Handrahan Const .....................26-18
Badland’s Auto..........................20-20
Rockers......................................16-28
Petersen’s ..................................16-28
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Joe Handrahan ............................210
Wendell Buxcel.............................200
Andrew Reckling.........224 clean/578
Marlis Petersen.....................190/472
Carl Brown .................3-10 split; 547
Jackie Shull..................................186
Tena Slovek ........................178 clean
Connie Schlim..............................172
Vickie Petersen ............................172
Jerry Mooney...................6-7-10 split
Venessa Buxcel ...................5-10 split
Tuesday Men’s Early
Philip Motor..............................26-10
Peoples Market .........................25-11
Kennedy Impl ...........................21-15
G&A Trenching.........................18-18
George’s Welding ......................16-20
Bear Auto ..................................15-21
Philip Health Service ...............14-22
Kadoka Tree Service...................9-27
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Tony Gould ..........................233, 235,
................................214 all clean/682
Fred Foland.........244, 194 clean/597
Cory Boyd..............................205/567
Pat Berkimer................5-7 split; 516
Todd Radway.........................209/515
Earl Park ....................3-10 split; 511
Jim Larson ............................200/510
Eliel Poor Bear.............................510
Ryan Seager .................................507
Matt Schofield..............................503
Alvin Pearson .............3-10 split; 500
Les Struble .........................3-10 split
Norm Buxcel .........................5-6 split
Wendell Buxcel ...................9-10 split
Curtis Bitting .....................3-10 split
Bill Bainbridge .............3-10 split x 2
Bill Stone ..............................5-7 split
Ronnie Williams ...................5-7 split
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State Farm..........................31.5-16.5
Cutting Edge Salon ..................30-18
Bowling Belles ....................22.5-25.5
Jolly Ranchers ....................15.5-32.5
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Charlene Kjerstad 178, 157, 152/487
Debbie Gartner .....................171/466
Shirley Parsons.............153, 152/415
Sandra O’Connor.....5-8-10 split; 169
Joy Neville....................................158
Deanna Fees ............................3-5-10
Kay Williams ........................4-5 split
Wednesday Night Early
Dakota Bar..................................32-8
Morrison’s Haying ....................25-15
Hildebrand Concrete ................20-20
Chiefie’s Chicks...................18.5-21.5
Wall Food Center ......................17-23
First National Bank .................16-24
Dorothy’s Catering....................16-24
Just Tammy’s......................15.5-24.5
Highlights:
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Lois Porch.....................................179
Laniece Sawvell ...........................400
Stacey Schulz ........................177/477
Amy Morrison .......................175/503
Val Schulz ...............2-7 split x 2; 488
Shar Moses...................................472
Cristi Ferguson............................180
Marlis Petersen............5-7 split; 175
Tena Slovek..................................174
Thursday Men’s
The Steakhouse ..........................35-5
Coyle’s SuperValu.....................30-10
O’Connell Const ........................22-18
WEE BADD...............................18-22
A&M Laundry...........................16-24
Dakota Bar................................16-24
West River Pioneer Tanks........13-27
McDonnell Farms .....................10-30
Highlights:
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Haven Hildebrand .......................200
Ronnie Coyle.......................216 clean
Jay McDonnell .............................215
Jan Bielmaier........................207/571
Harlan Moos ........3-10 split; 202/562
Cory Boyd.....................................213
Nathan Kjerstad ........5-10 split; 547
Neal Petersen........................205/546
Ronnie Williams .................5-10 split
Wendell Buxcel ...................5-10 split
Tyler Hauk............................5-7 split
Friday Nite Mixed
Randy’s Spray Service..............34-10
Cristi’s Crew .............................28-16
Lee & the Ladies.......................25-19
Roy’s Repair ..............................24-20
King Pins...................................17-27
The Ghost Team............................0-0
Highlights:
Kristin Schmidt ...................126, 143
Tanner Norman...3-10 split; 205/541
Bart Guptill..................................205
Annette Hand...............................402
Lee Neville....................5-6 split; 184
Brian Pearson .......................222/601
Brenda Grenz........................176/490
Alvin Pearson .............3-10 split; 202
Duane Hand ...............5-10 split; 537
John Heltzel .4-7-9, 3-10 & 5-6 splits
Kelly Fees .....................3-10 split x 2
Theresa Miller....................5-10 split
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Visiting South Dakota’s Capitol
building is like going on a treasure
hunt.
People search for sky blue tiles
in the terrazzo tile floors.
Almost all the marble tiles in
the Capitol’s floors are yellow, rust,
white, black, tan and green – al-
most, because 66 of them are said
to be blue. The story goes that each
of the 66 Italian workers who laid
the floor during the Capitol’s 1905-
1910 construction was given a blue
stone to place anywhere in the
Capitol as a “signature stone.”
To date, 57 of the tiles have been
found. It’s a story that causes visi-
tors to the Capitol to look for the
special tiles, and it might be just
that – a story. Interviews with men
who helped construct the building
say nothing about Italian crafts-
men working on it, and people
looking at records say they can
find no evidence of the craftsmen
having stayed in Pierre.
The blue tiles are not the only
point of interest in the Capitol.
The grand stairway leads from
the second to the third floor. Many
of the people who tread where gov-
ernors and legislators have trod do
not notice that a baluster or spin-
dle is upside down. They may be-
lieve that workers accidentally put
the baluster in wrong, and did not
notice the mistake until it was too
late to correct the error. Not so, ac-
cording to one researcher on the
Capitol’s history. In The South
Dakota State Capitol: The First
Century, Marshall Damgaard
writes, “During the time that this
building was constructed, artisans
commonly inverted a single balus-
ter on a stairway in impressive
buildings to symbolize the belief
that only God can attain perfec-
tion. It is no coincidence that the
inverted baluster is the third one
down on the right, symbolizing the
Holy Trinity.”
Incidentally, South Dakota’s
statehouse is not the only one with
an inverted spindle. According to
Richard R. Gibson’s A Celebration
of State Capitols, a lone spindle in
the Wyoming’s Capitol is upside
down. The staircase was built by
Amish craftsmen, who placed it
upside down to remind all who
Legends of the Capitol
pass by it that no person or law is
perfect.
The stately columns inside the
Capitol appear to be marble. They
were constructed in scagliola.
First, the columns were created
from plaster and covered by mar-
ble dust, ink and yarn. Once the
mixture hardened, it was polished
to a lustrous sheen that resembled
marble. The resulting columns
cost $100 each, whereas marble
columns would have cost up to
$1,000 each.
Some of the Capitol’s stained
glass windows honor the first set-
tlers in the state, according to Bar-
bara Johnson of Aberdeen. She is
a South Dakota Humanities Coun-
cil scholar who has researched for
The photograph is of a stained glass window in the Capitol. The figures in the center of the pane
are of special interest to stained glass scholar Barbara Johnson of Aberdeen, who believes the
motif is of a water strider or straddlebug and honors the state’s first pioneers.
~Photo courtesy of South Dakota State Historical Society – State Archives
the past five years the role stained
glass plays in buildings and how
stained glass reflects culture and
history.
To Johnson, the fan-shaped
stained glass panel in the back of
the House chamber and the
stained glass panel dedicated to
Gov. George S. Mickelson and
seven other men who were killed
in a plane crash have motifs that
resemble wingless water striders.
Johnson contends that the water
strider’s large eyes correspond to
two large circles in each motif,
while the insect’s front, middle and
hind legs match up with the swirls
in the motif.
The water strider was called a
straddlebug by pioneers who often
saw it skittering across the surface
of the state’s lakes and ponds. A
straddlebug was also a three
boards set together in tripod form
and used by homesteaders to show
that a claim was occupied.
One more thing that those visit-
ing the Capitol might not realize is
that the Capitol Hill area was the
“Boot Hill” cemetery of early-day
Pierre.
During the final grading and
landscaping around the Capitol,
workers unearthed a number of
pine coffins. A worker recognized
one of the skeletons as belonging
to Arkansaw, a desperado shot to
death by vigilantes at the foot of
Pierre Street in Pierre in 1881.
This moment in South Dakota
history is provided by the South
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By Libbi Sykora
With Easter quickly approach-
ing, we feel that it is completely
appropriate to say, “Things are
hopping here at the library!”
There is so much going on here
right now! On Wednesday, March
27 at 6:00 p.m., the book discus-
sion group is meeting to talk about
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by
Stephen Chbosky. Stop in to check
out this excellent novel. It is a title
(and book discussion meeting) that
you will not want to miss!
Here at Wall Community Li-
brary, we have some of the newest
titles available for your choosing!
If you want to browse our newest
additions, check out the revolving
rack located near the audio books.
Every month, the staff here
picks “books of the month.” We
have a title selected for each age
group: Youth, Juniors, Teens, and
Adults. This month, the books are
I Want My Hat Back by Jon
Klassen (youth), Stick Man’s Re-
ally Bad Day by Steve Mockus (ju-
nior), The Perks of Being a Wall-
flower by Stephen Chbosky (teen),
and Me Talk Pretty One Day by
David Sedaris (adult).
In addition to the books of the
month, seasonal selections are typ-
ically available as well.
We try to connect with the com-
munity as much as possible at
Wall Community Library. In order
to accomplish this goal, we are cur-
rently showcasing some beautiful
artwork done by the Wall Elemen-
tary School third grade class. Stop
in to see pictures of beautifully
drawn buffaloes—it’s amazing to
see the beautiful artwork made by
these students! We will only have
them in the library for about two
weeks. After that, you can view
Breaking Standards
“It’s Hopping Here”
them at USFS Buffalo Gap Na-
tional Grasslands Visitor Center in
Wall (for two weeks). After that,
you can view them at the Ben
Reifel Visitor Center in Badlands
National Park for two weeks. We
hope that you will be able to see
them!
If you would like to check out
our latest selections and see the
buffalo drawings, please contact
our library by any of the following
means.
We are open at 407 Main Street
on Wednesdays from 12-7 p.m.,
Thursdays from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
and 1:30 p.m. - 5 p.m. and Fridays
from 8 a.m. - 1p.m.
Feel free to call us at (605)-279-
2929 or email us at wallcom-
libgwtc.net. Don’t forget to like us
on Facebook! Our name in this
venue is Wall Community Library.
We hope you hop on in to see
what’s “hoppen”-ing in here!
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Applications are still available
for the Christopher C. Lurz Memo-
rial Scholarship.
The family of Chris Lurz estab-
lished this scholarship, in his
memory.
The scholarship will be awarded
to a current or past graduate of
Wall High School who is or will be
attending a vo-tech or trade school.
Christopher C. Lurz
memorial scholarship
Applications are still available
for the Hayes Memorial Scholar-
ship.
This scholarship fund was estab-
lished by Candice Hayes in mem-
ory of her husband, John Hayes.
The scholarship is awarded an-
nually to a current or past gradu-
ate of Wall High School pursuing
additional education in the field of
One of the criteria established
includes a GPA of no less than a
2.0 while in high school.
Applications and additional in-
formation may be obtained by con-
tacting the counseling office at
Wall High School.
The deadline for submitting ap-
plications is April 1, 2013.
Hayes memorial scholarship
agriculture, either by attendance
at a vo-tech school, a college or uni-
versity.
Applications and additional in-
formation may be obtained by con-
tacting the counseling office at
Wall High School.
The deadline for submitting ap-
plications is April 1, 2013.
The South Dakota Stockgrowers
Association and the South Dakota
Cattlewomen are currently accept-
ing applications for a $1,000 schol-
arship in memory of Guy E. Ham.
The scholarship is available to
any South Dakota student having
completed at least one year of post-
secondary education and pursuing
a career in an agricultural or agri-
business related field.
This $1,000 scholarship is made
possible by the generosity and gift
of the Guy E. Ham Beef Industry
Scholarship in memory of Guy
Ham and his commitment to the
future of the agriculture industry
in South Dakota.
SD Stockgrowers, Cattlewomen
offer Beef Industry scholarship
Application information and de-
tails can be found by visiting
www.southdakotastockgrowers.org
or by contacting the SD Stock-
growers Assoc. at 605-342-0429.
Applications will be accepted
until August 1, 2013 and the schol-
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Stockgrowers Annual Convention
on September 28, 2013.
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Socials
Wall News
Gathered by Frances Poste
There are so many activities at
this time of year — you need to list
them on your calendar to keep up.
Dates to remember…
•March 21st: Senior Citizen
Potluck Supper, Prairie Village at
6 p.m.
•March 23rd and 24th: Wall Art
Show at Wall Drug Store, Satur-
day 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Sunday 8
a.m. to 3 p.m.
•March 24th: Palm Sunday Din-
ner at the Methodist Church, 11
a.m. to 1 p.m.
•March 25th: Blood Drive at
Wall School Gym.
•March 25, 26, 27 and 28 at
12:10 p.m. Holy Week Worship at
Wall Drug Chapel. Each church’s
minister has a day.
•March 27th: Theme Meal at
Prairie Village. Menu is roast
pork, mashed potatoes, gravy, har-
vest beets, apple sauce, angel food
cake with strawberries and
whipped cream. Think we can han-
dle all of that?
The St. Patrick’s Church of Wall
had their annual dinner on Sun-
day and it fell on St. Patrick’s Day.
The weather had turned balmy
after our Saturday snow so it
didn’t inconvenience anyone. The
dinner was very good and they
served a lot of people.
The open house held at the Two
Bit on Saturday afternoon to cele-
brate Lauren Luedeman’s 90th
birthday was a success.
Saturday morning visitors of
Dave and Arla Olson were his sis-
ter and husband, Carol and Jerry
Hansen. Coming with them were
Grant and Colleen Kirkholm, all
from Inwood, Iowa.
Clifford Keyser (82) of Rapid
City, passed away last Friday; his
funeral is scheduled for Wednes-
day at the West Minster Presbyte-
rian Church. Before moving to
Rapid City, Cliff ’s home was in the
Ash Creek community. We offer
our condolences to the family.
All good things come to an end.
As enjoyable as “spring break” can
be it came to an end, too, for Jess
Williams — so he went back to
Sioux Falls for college.
Last Wednesday in Vatican City,
white smoke and bells signaled the
Papal Conclave had elected a new
pope. He is from Argentina. Cardi-
nal Bergoglio has chosen the name
of Pole Francis. All of his history
shows an educated man who has
lived a simple life style.
Dave and Claudia Keyser were
here for his brother Cliff ’s funeral.
Marilyn Keyser had come with
them. They live in the Dallas area.
Our weather last week was very
springlike until Saturday when it
turned colder and back to winter
with snow. It melted quickly on
Sunday giving us a little moisture.
Lower temperatures and wind
seem to dominate this week’s fore-
cast. Spring is officially here on
Wednesday, the 20th, but we all
know that doesn’t mean it will
come and stay.
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Wall School
Upcoming
Events
Thursday, March 21 -
Friday, March 29
Thursday, March 21: All
State Band @ Rapid City.
Friday, March 22: All State
Band @ Rapid City; No School.
Saturday, March 23: Track @
Douglas Invite, 10 a.m.; All State
Band @ Rapid City.
Sunday, March 24: State Stu-
dent Council Convention @
Pierre.
Monday, March 25: State
Student Council Convention @
Pierre; Wilson & McKee @ Wall
School.
Tuesday, March 26: State
Student Council Convention @
Pierre; Wilson & McKee @ Wall
School.
Wednesday, March 27: Hard-
ing Co. FFA CDE; Wilson &
McKee @ Wall School.
Thursday, March 28: Wilson
& McKee @ Wall School.
Friday, March 29: No School;
Wilson & McKee @ Wall School.
Wall School
District #51-5
Breakfast and
Lunch Menu
March 21 to
March 27, 2013
Thursday: Breakfast: Ce-
real, Toast, Cheese Stick, Milk
or Juice.
Lunch: Spaghettie w/Meat
Sauce, Green Beans, Bread
Stick, Milk.
Friday: No School.
Monday: Breakfast: Pan-
cake, Sausage, Milk or Juice.
Lunch: Deli Sandfwich,
Fresh Fruit, Peppers,
Brownie, Milk.
Tuesday: Breakfast: Waf-
fle, Egg Patty, Milk or Juice.
Lunch: Turkey, Mashed Po-
tatoes, Gravy, Country Style
Vegetables, Milk.
Wednesday: Breakfast:
Omelet, Toast, Milk or Juice.
Lunch: Macaroni & Cheese,
Roll, Green Beans, Cottage
Cheese, Pineapple, Milk.
Menu
Elderly Meals
(Served at Prairie Village)
March 21 -
March 27, 2013
Thursday: Chicken Alfredo,
Harvest Beets, Cranberry Sauce,
Apple Juice, Fruit Cocktail.
Friday: Macaroni & Cheese,
Stewed Tomatoes, Butterscotch
Pudding, Banana.
Monday: Chicken Parmesan,
Scalloped Potatoes, Corn
O’Brien, Tropical Fruit.
Tuesday: Beef & Noodles,
Spinach, Crunchy Cranberry
Salad, Peaches.
Wednesday:
Easter Dinner ~ Theme Meal
Pork Roast, Mashed Potatoes,
Gravy, Harvest Beets, Apple-
sauce, Strawberry Shortcake
w/Topping.
24 hour
Reservations Required
Call 279-2547
Leave a message
*All meals include a milk and a bread
serving.
*Menu subject to change without notice.
This public service message is brought to
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Lord, when sorrow grips our
hearts as we think about the
death of one close to us,
remind us of the joy You are
experiencing as our loved one
enjoys the pleasures of
heaven.
Byron,
forever loved, forever missed.
6-27-72 — 3-29-10 Wall, SD
The family of Wilma Harnisch
request a Card Shower in honor of
her 90th Birthday
March 27, 2013.
Cards may be sent to:
PO Box 356, Wall, SD 57790
Wall Open
Art Show
Sat., March 23rd &
Sun., March 24th
Wall Drug Cowboy Art Room,
Wall, SD
Saturday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Special Guest Artist:
Jenny Braig, Spearfish, SD.
For entry forms, call
Lorna Moore 386-2120.
Sponsored by Wall Art Guild
It’s A Boy!
Meri t Day Anders
Born: January 11, 2013
Weight: 8 lbs. 13 oz. 20.5”
Parents: Baxter & Skyler Anders, Wall
Maternal Grandparents:
Rick & Wendy Johnson, Quinn
Maternal Great-Grandparents:
Theodore & Laura Kjerstad, Quinn
Paternal Grandparents:
Tucker & Corinn Amiotte, Interior
Rod Anders, Elm Springs
Paternal Great-Grandparents:
The late Marvin Anders
& Carolyn Anders,
Elm Springs
Vernie & Carolyn
Schnose, Hot Springs
Time is precious. In fact, time is
one of the most valuable resources
we have in this life. If we are to ac-
complish our purpose in life-to be
who we are destined to be-then we
do not have much time to waste.
We must make wise choices as to
how we can make the best use of
our time. We must prioritize and
take time to actually do those
things that we say are so important
to us if we are to be who we really
want to be.
That is why every day I try to
take the time to think, to play, to
read, to laugh, to work, to give, and
to pray. That is why I make time
for the people I love.
We are all given twenty-four
hours each day and that is all the
time any of us needs to do what re-
ally matters. It is up to us how we
will spend those seconds, minutes
and hours, but we have got to
choose wisely, because time, once it
is spent is gone forever.
I encourage you today to take
time to do whatever you can to
make the most of your time. The
clock is ticking.
Take Time to Make the
Most of Time
Bob Prentice speaks to thou-
sands of people in highly mo-
tivational seminars each year.
Call Bob for more details at
800-437-9715 and be sure to
check out Bob’s website at:
www.mrattitudespeaks.com
FOCUS ON THE FAMILY
with Dr. James
Dobson
Dr. Dobson Answers
your Questions
QuESTIoN: We’ve recently be-
come a blended family. As a new
stepparent, what can I do to make
the transition as smooth as possi-
ble for everyone concerned?
ANSWER: We have a number of
suggestions for you, but taken to-
gether they add up to one simple
piece of advice: Be patient. The
task of building a successful
blended family is challenging and
complicated. Even under the most
ideal circumstances it takes time –
lots of it. Here are some thoughts
on what this might mean and how
the details might play out in prac-
tical terms.
First, it’s crucial to have realistic
goals. Don’t expect to become the
Brady Bunch overnight. Instead,
keep the lines of communication
open and discuss your hopes and
dreams together with the under-
standing that everyone in the fam-
ily needs to stay flexible. Blending
is possible, but it’s not automatic
and it can’t be forced. It has to
arise out of the slow process of de-
veloping genuine, honest relation-
ships with one another.
You also need to allow sufficient
time for grieving. A new marriage
is always full of hope and promise,
but in your case the joy is neces-
sarily muted by the memory of
what’s been left behind. The kids
in particular should have permis-
sion to mourn the break-up of their
original family and the loss of
everything that went along with it
– house, neighborhood, friends,
school, etc. This could take up to a
year or more in some cases.
As you work your way through
these delicate issues, stay aware of
your own emotions. Parents who
are too “outwardly focused” can
overlook personal thoughts, fears,
or perceptions that may hold a key
to effective blending. Be sensitive
to internal variables. But don’t be
too sensitive. Avoid the forced use
of titles like “Mom” or “Dad.” Don’t
take it personally if a stepchild
isn’t comfortable calling you by
such names in the beginning. If it
happens at all, it will have to hap-
pen gradually. If it doesn’t, be will-
ing to negotiate an alternative to-
gether.
In everything you do, take spe-
cial measures to give lots of affec-
tion to everyone in your new fam-
ily. That means spending time
alone with your spouse, working
on your “couple” relationship, and
making marital intimacy a prior-
ity. Meanwhile, if you’ve both
brought children into the mar-
riage, be sure to devote plenty of
attention to your own kids so they
don’t feel abandoned in your at-
tempt to bond with your new
stepchildren. When you show af-
fection to your step-teens, don’t try
to “prove yourself” to them, and
don’t make them feel as if they
have to “earn” your love. Overall,
be genuine and create an environ-
ment of respect where everyone
can share their feelings openly and
honestly.
Finally, make an intentional ef-
fort to begin building a history to-
gether. Part of what makes a fam-
ily feel like a family are common
experiences and shared memories.
So start looking for ways to build a
sense of “us” and “we” among the
members of your household. Plan
trips. Play games. Establish holi-
day traditions. Take lots of pic-
tures. Don’t try to erase memories
of the “old” family; simply work
hard to build a new one together.
QuESTIoN: How can I connect
with my stepchild? She resists my
attempts at friendship and even
screams, “You’re not my dad!
Leave me alone!” Have I done
something wrong? How do I get
past this barrier?
ANSWER: We’re hesitant to
make definitive statements with-
out knowing more about your situ-
ation, but we doubt that you’ve
done anything special to trigger
your stepdaughter’s negative re-
sponse. There are many reasons a
child might react so strongly to a
new parent. Some of them could
require counseling or professional
intervention, but most can be ef-
fectively dealt with in the home.
It’s possible that the problem is
rooted in unspoken signs and sig-
nals that your stepchild has ob-
served in your relationship with
your new spouse. If the biological
parent fails to give the stepparent
an explicit endorsement of author-
ity, the child may feel that she has
no reason to recognize the steppar-
ent as a legitimate guardian with
all the rights and responsibilities
that go along with parenthood.
Teenagers are particularly liable to
pick up on this subtle messaging.
If that’s the case in your family,
your spouse needs to take the ini-
tiative by setting the ground rules
for your stepdaughter and affirm-
ing your authority.
In other cases, it’s easy for an
enthusiastic stepparent to come on
too strong in expressing his or her
excitement about the new family.
This can be confusing – even
threatening – to a child, triggering
a nasty response. At such times,
the stepparent needs to relax, step
back, and let the relationship de-
velop at the child’s pace. If you
want to get past barrier, you’re
going to have to find ways to oper-
ate at your stepdaughter’s comfort
level. When you sense bitterness
or resentment, don’t force the
issue. Just make it clear that
you’re ready to listen when she’s
able to express her emotions in a
respectful manner. As opportuni-
ties arise, give her a chance to
speak her mind, but don’t allow
her to be abusive. If the hurtful
words persist, it may be time to
seek help from an objective third
party.
Whatever the dynamics of your
particular case, it’s important to
remember that you’re not alone.
Every stepparent has to learn how
to love and keep on loving with
dogged determination, praying
tirelessly and taking whatever ac-
tion is necessary. If you’re persist-
ent, we’re confident that your ef-
forts will eventually bear fruit.
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Pennington County Courant • March 21, 2013 • Page 5
Religious
Wall Bldg.
Center
279-2158
Wall, SD
De's Tire
& Muffler
279-2168
Wall, SD
Hustead's
Wall
Drug
Store
Call 279-2565 to be a
sponsor on this church
directory.
Rush Funeral Home
Chapels in Philip, Wall & Kadoka
Jack, Gayle & D.J. Rush
www.rushfuneralhome.com
Dowling Community Church
Memorial Day through Labor Day
Service 10:00 a.m.
Badlands Cowboy Ministry
Bible Study • Wednesdays
Wall Rodeo Grounds • 279-2681
Winter 5:30 p.m. • Summer 7 p.m.
Evangelical Free Bible Church
Wall
Ron Burtz, Pastor
279-2867 • www.wallfreechurch.com
Wednesdays: Good News Club, 2:45 p.m.,
Awana 4:45 p.m., Youth Nite, 7:00 p.m.;
Sundays: Sunday School &
Adult Bible Fellowship, 9 a.m.,
Sunday Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.,
Women’s Bible Study, 6:30 p.m.
Interior Community Church
Highway 44 East
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.;
Sunday Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
Scenic Community Church
Pastor Ken Toews
Services - 2nd and 4th Sundays
9:00 a.m.; Sept. through May.
First Baptist Church
New Underwood
Pastor James Harbert
Bible Study, 9:00 a.m.;
Sunday Services, 10:00 a.m.
Wall United Methodist Church
Pastor Darwin Kopfmann • 279-2359
Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m.
Wasta
Services Sundays at 8:30 a.m.
New Underwood Community Church
Pastor Wes Wileman
Sunday School 9 a.m.;
Adult & Children Service 10 a.m.;
Youth Fellowship: Wed. 7 - 8:30 p.m.
St. John's Catholic Church
New Underwood
Father William Zandri
Mass: Sundays at 11:00 a.m.;
Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. at
Good Samaritan Nursing Home;
Reconciliation before Sun. Mass
First Evangelical Lutheran Church
Wall
Pastor Curtis Garland
Sunday Service, 9 a.m.
Emmanuel Lutheran Church
Creighton
Services 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning.
St. Patrick's Catholic Church • Wall
Rev. Leo Hausmann
Masses: Saturday 5 p.m., Sunday 8 a.m.
Weekdays refer to Bulletin
St. Margaret Church • Lakeside
Mass: Saturday 7 p.m. even number months or
Sunday 10 a.m. odd number months
Holy Rosary Church • Interior
Mass: Saturday 7 p.m. odd number months or
Sunday 10 a.m. even number months
Posted By Pastor Cornelius R. Stam
Have you ever considered carefully the opening words of
the Bible? “In the beginning God created the heaven and
the earth.” Why doesn’t it simply say that God created the
Universe? Why the heaven and the earth?
As we go on reading we find the answer to this question,
for the Bible clearly teaches that God has a two-fold pur-
pose; one having to do with the earth and the other with
heaven. The former is the subject of prophecy, while the lat-
ter is the subject of the “mystery”, or secret, revealed to and
through St. Paul. (See Acts 3:21; and cf. Romans 16:25).
The former concerns Israel and the nations; the latter “the
Body of Christ”, the Church of the heavenly calling.
Some people are surprised to learn that there is not one
promise in the whole Old Testament about going to heaven.
There the whole outlook is earthly, with Messiah reigning as
King (Jer.23:5; et al). When our Lord appeared in the flesh
the angels cried: “Peace on earth” (Luke 2:14). He Himself
said that “the meek” shall “inherit the earth” (Matt.5:5). He
taught His disciples to pray: “Thy will be done in earth, as it
is in heaven” (Matt.6:10).
Even at Pentecost Peter declared that after “the restitu-
tion of all things” God would send Jesus back to earth and
the times of refreshing would “come from the presence of
the Lord” (Acts 3:19-21).
Not until the raising up of Paul do we learn that now all
believers in Christ are “baptized into one body” (ICor.12:13),
and Colossians 1:5 and many other Pauline passages,
speak of “the hope which is laid up for you IN HEAVEN”. In-
deed, before God, believers are already given a position “in
heavenly places” and are “blessed with all spiritual bless-
ings IN [THE] HEAVENLIES in Christ” (Eph.1:3; 2:4-7).
The prophecies regarding the Kingdom, however, will still
be fulfilled and Christ will reign on earth and bring the prom-
ised “times of refreshing”. Thank God, this world will not for-
ever be a place of war and bloodshed, sickness and death,
misery and woe. Indeed, at that time, heaven and earth will
be opened to each other, and thus will be fulfilled God’s two-
fold purpose: “That in the dispensation of the fulness of
times He might gather together in one all things in Christ…
” (Eph.1:10).
GOD’S ETERNAL PURPOSE
Obituaries
TWO MINUTES
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www.bereanbiblesociety.org
80 years ago…
President Roosevelt this after-
noon signed into law the economy
bill empowering him to slash vet-
erans compensations and govern-
ment salaries. With this weapon,
he intends to lop off about
$500,000,000 from federal ex-
penses. He and his aides already
busy preparing the new schedule
of salaries and veterans’ al-
lowances, and expected to put
these into effect before the next
pay day comes along on April 1. A
minimum saving of $280,000,000
through reduced veteran’s com-
pensations and $100,000,000 in
lowered salaries is contemplated
in the administration moves to get
the budget balanced within a year.
Another hundred million or more
in savings is expected from reor-
ganization and abolition of govern-
ment agencies.
Ole Tonneson drove to Rapid
City, Tuesday. Coming home after
dark, he had the pleasure of meet-
ing two different trucks both road
hogs. The first one he met side
swiped him taking the handles off
from both doors, taking his spare
tire equipment, bending his fend-
ers and scratching up his car gen-
erally. The truck went merrily on
and he was unable to learn any-
thing about it. The next truck he
met took the whole road forcing
him into the ditch. He was unable
to get the number of this truck
also.
70 years ago…
BIRTH: Born to Mr. and Mrs.
Elnoris Kjerstad, a boy, Sunday
night, March 21.
The Herman Sebade family and
Mrs. Herman Schone accompanied
Boyd Sebade and Robert Schone to
Rapid City, where they took the
train for Omaha, Neb., where they
are to be inducted into the Army.
60 years ago…
As a part of the 50th Anniver-
sary observance at Wind Cave Na-
tional Park, Monday, April 20, has
been assigned as “Show Me Day”
for the people and children of Wall.
This is a part of the series of “Open
House” days when children and
town-folks in the surrounding
communities will be invited to be
guests of the Park. The Wall
Chamber of Commerce are joining
with the Parent-Teachers Associa-
tion to make arrangements for a
big Wall picnic at Wind Cave for
April 20.
The Wall Chamber of Commerce
held an eight o’clock meeting at
the new WREA building Monday
evening. Thirty members were
present. Many items of interest to
the town were discussed and a pic-
ture on Jet Population was shown.
A lunch of buffalo burger and cof-
fee closed the meeting.
Wall folks have been interested
the past week watching “men at
work” as the new brick and tile
post office building races toward
completion.
The seniors of Wall are leaving
early this morning for their annual
two-day Skip Day. They plan to at-
tend the State “A” basketball tour-
nament at Sioux Falls. The ten
seniors making the trip are Dale
Lewis, Gladwin Paulsen, William
Peterson, Gail Welsh, Alice Har-
nisch, Dorothy Huether, Evonne
Larochee, Lois and Luella Pre-
doehl and Laura Muller.
50 years ago…
Mona Rae Kleinschmit won the
coveted award of Queen of the Col-
orado Boat and Sports & Travel
Show last week. The previous
week she had competed with mod-
els from the Patricia Stevens
School of Modeling. All models
were chosen for their poise, per-
sonality, attractiveness and figure.
Each model represented a differ-
ent type of sport, Mona Rae was
“Miss Camping”. Among her prizes
that she won were two beautiful
trophies, “Miss Camping of ‘63”
and “Queen of Colorado Sports and
Travel for ‘63”. Her picture will be
seen in a brochure on Colorado Va-
cationing magazine.
Petitions may be circulated until
March 29 for three aldermen, one
from the three wards in Wall, to be
elected at the coming annual elec-
tion, Tuesday, April 19. Aldermen
whose terms expire are H. M. Hat-
ton, Erhard Eisenbraun, and Merl
Flatt.
Miss Gloria Johnson of Quinn,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Johnson was crowned Pep Club
Queen at the Yellow Jacket Follies
held Friday. The ceremonies were
held on the Black Hills Teachers
College campus.
All signs of spring disappeared
on Saturday at Creighton as bliz-
zard conditions prevailed through
the day. We estimate from eight to
ten inches of new fallen snow
which will bring some run off for
stock dams.
40 years ago…
James Kjerstad has challenged
Erhard Eisenbraun for a seat on
the City Council in the City Elec-
tion. Erhard Eisenbraun is a pres-
ent member of the board who is
seeking re-election. The other two
Wards, I and III are not being con-
tested and the present members,
having filed nominating petitions
with the City Auditor, Joan Ren-
ner, will be declared elected. They
are Don Strandell in Ward I and
Cliff Szarkowski in Ward III.
The grocery store in Quinn was
closed down on Thursday as the
business was too slow and the
prices had risen too much for a
small store to compete.
The following boys qualified for
the State competition in Kid’s
Wrestling this Saturday in Water-
town as a result of Regional quali-
fying last Saturday in Hot Springs:
Dave Clements, Tim Huether,
Tony Huether, Grant Shearer, Jeff
Keyser and Randy Fischer.
30 years ago…
Tony Krebs, Quinn, has been se-
lected as the first President’s Club
Honoree for the South Dakota As-
sociation of Conservation Districts
Endowment Fund. Krebs and his
wife Viola have been actively in-
volved in conservation activities
since they began farming over
forty years ago.
Eileen Flatt will be honored at
the Third Annual “Good Neighbor
Recognition Banquet” April 9.
Eileen is one of four to be honored
at an evening Diner/Ceremony and
was one of approximately fifteen
“Hills Area” citizens nominated for
this prestigious award.
20 years ago…
BIRTH: Born February 18,
1993 to Robbie and Molly Lytle of
Wasta, a son, Bodhi James. Little
Bodhi weighed 9 lbs. 1 oz. and
measured 23 inches long. Proud
grandparents are Marsha Lytle,
Wall, Bob and Debbie Lytle, Mira
Loma, Calif., and Byron and Peggy
Parsons, Milesville. Great-grand-
parents are Delbert and Armista
Sebade, Wall, Glenn and Irish
Lytle, Pluma, Ariz., and Boyd and
Joanne Parsons, Milesville.
A former Wall resident was
treated at Rapid City Regional and
released following a one-vehicle ac-
cident Sunday night west of town.
According to officials Steve Hor-
ton, who used to live in Wall but
now reportedly lives in Rapid City,
was westbound on Interstate 90,
Sunday night, when the Datsun
pickup he was driving collided
with the bridge on the Jensen
Road overpass. The Wall Ambu-
lance and Wall Fire Department
responded ot the call.
10 years ago…
Sandra Livermont and Cole
Weaver are planning a June 21,
2003 wedding. Their parents are
Galen and Linda Livermont, Inte-
rior, and Casey and Cindy Weaver,
Wall. Sandra graduated from Wall
High School in 2001 and is cur-
rently attending Augustana Col-
lege in Sioux Falls. Cole graduate
from Wall High School in 2001 and
will graduate in May 2003 from
Mitchell Technical Institute.
The Little Lady Eagles did a
great job in Mobridge last week-
end. The scoring goes as follows:
first game — Wall defeated Mo-
bridge I, 36 to 6; second game —
Wall defeated Tiospage Topa, 30 to
10; third game — Wall defeated
Mobridge II, 46 to 10.
The Junior High Basketball
Team consisting of eight 8th
graders and three 7th graders
traveled to the YMCA Tournament
in Rapid City, March 7th and 8th.
It was an exciting weekend for the
boys, as they came home with the
championship trophy for the 8th
grade division.
The Looking Glass of Time
Clifford D. Keyser_______________
Clifford D. Keyser, 82, died Fri-
day, March 15, 2013 at his home in
Rapid City.
He served in the US Navy dur-
ing the Korean War.
Survivors include his wife, Gale
Keyser, Rapid City; two daughters:
Tanya Larive, Sturgis; Tracie
Huffman, Wheatland, Mo.; two
stepsons: Charles Potts, Winder,
Ga., Joey Cash, Gillette, Wyo.; one
step-daughter, Pam Kruse,
Gillette, Wyo.; 11 grandchildren;
three brothers: Don Keyser, Rapid
City, David Keyser, Custer, Arlen
Keyser, Ft. Pierre; two sisters:
Charlene Stern, Denver, Colo., and
Gayle Nielsen, Long Beach, Calif.
Memorial Services were held
Wednesday, March 20, 2013, at
Westminster Presbyterian Church
with Rev. Bob Jacobs officiating.
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Ranch is located 2 miles west of Wall, SD, on I-90, Exit 107, six miles north.
Rita Narcisian, age 73, of
Golden, Colo., died March 15, 2013,
in Colorado.
Survivors include her husband,
Frank Narcisian of Golden; two
brothers, Charles “Chuck” O’Con-
nor and his wife, Shirley, of Philip,
and Francis James “Jim” O’Connor
and his wife, Phyllis, of Cheyenne,
Wyo.; a sister-in-law, Sandra O’-
Connor of Philip; and a host of
other relatives and friends.
Rita was preceded in death by
her parents, James Francis “FJ”
and Catherine Anna (Murphy)
OConnor; one brother, Bill O’Con-
nor; and one sister, Paula O’Con-
nor.
Memorial services are pending.
Rita Narcisian___
Lyle Eugene Klundt, age 79, of
Kadoka, died early Monday morn-
ing March 18, 2013, at his resi-
dence in Kadoka.
Among survivors include his
wife, Ruth A. Klundt, of Kadoka; a
son, Arlys Klundt, of Rapid City; a
daughter, Cindy Merritt and her
husband, Jim, of Brookings; four
grandchildren; two brothers, David
Klundt of Mitchell and Delmar
Klundt of Brookings; and a sister,
Mavis Potter of Sturgis.
Funeral arrangements are pend-
ing with the Rush Funeral Chapel
of Kadoka.
A complete obituary will appear
in next week’s edition.
Lyle E. Klundt__________________
School & Sports
Pennington County Courant • March 21, 2013• Page 6
By Coach Karol Patterson
Track 2013 has officially started
with a large number of athletes
ready to perform.
The season should be exciting
with the return of many athletes
who did outstanding last year.
Stepping up in the Senior role
this year are: Taran Eisenbraun,
sprints; Laketon McLaughlin,
throws; Nathan Patterson, sprints;
Tyler Trask, sprints; Kailey Rae
Sawvell, sprints and jumps; and
Autumn Schulz, throws.
Also joining them are Maddi
Bauer (a transfer from Aberdeen),
Kimberly Billings and Analise
Garland.
Billings is returning to help with
sprints and relays; Bauer with
pole vault and jumps and Analise
Garland with throws.
Every Senior will be a contender
at the meets in their specialties.
A junior this year, Sadie
O’Rourke is a returning state
placer in the 100M. Her quick
speed will be an access to the
team. Tyler Peterson, jumps,
and Kaden Eisenbraun, 400s, will
be contributing factors as well.
Sophomores Tayah Huether,
middle distance and Carlee John-
ston, sprints and hurdles will place
in the medal count at meets.
Austin Huether, distances, and
Danny Muzik, sprints, will also be
huge contributors.
Freshmen sprinter Monica Biel-
maier will help greatly along with
Anika Eisenbraun, who is joining
as a sprinter.
Camden Sawvell, jumps, is re-
The Philip Area wrestling squad gathered together Tuesday, March 12, to recognize teammates
with awards. From left are Clint Stout, co-captain, Gavin DeVries, most improved, Lane Blasius,
Scottie Award, Chance Knutson, co-captain and Chandlier Sudbeck, outstanding wrestler.
~Photo by Nancy Haigh
Philip Area wrestlers recognized at awards night
Eagles 2013 track preview
turning after an injury ending sea-
son last year.
Eighth graders who ran well last
year and lettered in relays and
sprints are Jesssica Casjens and
Savanna Deutscher.
Allan McDonnell, throws and
sprints, is back as well.
Stepping up as seventh graders
this year and ready to go are Kyla
Sawvell, throws and sprints; Pre-
ston Eisenbraun, sprints; Tate
Eisenbraun, sprints and Aaron
Moschell, sprints.
Sixth graders joining the sport
are Karlie Dartt, Mercede Hess,
Cooper Jo McLaughlin, and
Meghan Patterson.
The boys are Jacob Bielamaier,
Tadan Casjens, Raiden Crawford,
Terel Eisenbraun, Derek Griebel,
Cooper McConaghy, Jace,
O’Rourke, Roland Traveny, and
Cash Wilson.
See you at the meets!
Track Schedule for 2013 season
are:
Varsity Meets
•March 23rd; Douglas - 10:00
•April 4th; Spearfish - 9:00
•April 9th; Kadoka - 12:00
•April 13th; Belle Fourche -
9:00
•April 16th; Kadoka - 12:00
•April 19th; Kadoka - 10:00
•April 20th; Chamberlain -
9:00 MT
•April 25th; Lyman - 1:00 MT
•April 27th; Sturgis - 9:00
•April 30th; Rapid City - 2:00
•May 3rd and 4th; Howard
Wood, Sioux Falls - To be an-
nounced,
•May 10th; Western Great
Plains Conference, Lyman - To be
announced
•May 11th; Kadoka - 10:00
•May 16th; Regions, Kadoka -
To be announced
•May 24th and 25th; State,
Sioux Falls
Junior High/Middle School
Meets
•April 13th; Rapid City Chris-
tian - To be announced
•April 23rd; Kadoka - 4:00
•April 27th; Kadoka - 10:00
•May 4th; Kadoka - 10:00
•May 10th; Werstern Great
Plains Conference, Lyman - To be
announced.
We are in the time of year where
we start planning for next year.
We have three veteran teachers
retiring after this school year and
we will be moving teachers and
hiring new teachers to fill these
positions.
Change is never easy and we
have staff members willing to
make the change to keep our
strong academic programs in
place.
It is hard at times to make some
of the changes due to strong aca-
demic success we have experienced
in recent years. We will announce
these changes once the final pieces
are put together.
Along the lines of change, I have
been approached about doing
something different with Girls
Basketball and coaches. ARE
You KIDDING ME!
Coach Hess has had a lot of suc-
cess in the past few years and has
had the girls in the State BB tour-
ney twice. What more is there?
I know that Coach Hess or any
other coach for that matter will not
please everyone. He has been able
to get the girls to play and do well.
Take a look at the boys basket-
ball program. Our seniors next
year could have four different
coaches during their high school
career if we hire a new teacher
with coaching.
I can’t remember if they have
had the same coach at the middle
school level.
The boys program is in a funk
and the instability of the program
is evident. Our boy’s program has
had some success, but when we
start measuring it up and basing
success on how many trips to the
state tournament we have not
done as well. How many coaches
could have beaten White River
with our players?
With every coaching change
there will be a new system and
growing pains. One year removed
from the Championship game in
football there was a coaching
change and the team did not do as
well as anticipated.
The volleyball program is going
thru some of these same growing
pains due to change in coaching,
but is starting to improve each
year.
The golf, track, and cross coun-
try programs are doing well partly
due to stability in coaching.
We need to find stability in our
programs to experience success
and we can’t continually change
coaches because they did not win
enough or made someone upset.
Remember there is no one who
wants to win more than the play-
ers and coaches, but they are high
school athletes and they will make
From the desk of
Superintendent Dennis Rieckman
mistakes.
It is always what coaches do to
improve the team, but it also takes
commitment by the athletes to
work in the offseason to improve
as well.
I do want to extend my congrat-
ulations to the girls baskeball
team and Coaches Hess and Kier.
They represented the Wall school
and community very well.
The game on Saturday was an
excellent example of the necessity
of team play. The younger players
stepped up and a senior scored the
winning basket.
All of the players from the three
seniors on down to the freshman
and eighth graders played a vital
role in the success of the team.
It appears the Wall Girls Bas-
ketball team has a promising fu-
ture, but it will take work in the
offseason to maintain the success.
The school was supposed to have
received their Impact Aid pay-
ments for the last three applica-
tion years, but there has been a
snag.
We are currently waiting for the
new application to be released so
we can move forward.
Two thirds of the schools in the
nation are receiving their Impact
Aid funds.
Our district is in the one third
who has to jump more hurdles to
receive the money. We receive Tay-
lor Grazing and National Mineral
Leasing money from the federal
government each year.
By receiving these funds we
have to wait and make sure we do
not receive more money than our
impact aid payment. If anyone in
the district knows where the land
is located in the district for the
Taylor Grazing or Mineral Leases
please contact me at school.
It is important we find where
the land is located to help with our
obtaining the Impact Aid payment.
The students in grades third-
eighth and 11th have finished up
with the third round of the Bench-
mark Assessments last week.
I know students have tested a
lot this year with us being part of
the pilot program, but it will help
our students have an idea on what
to expect in the future assess-
ments. There are several changes
and our students will be better
prepared.
We have our Dakota Step exams
coming up in April and then our
fourth and final round of testing
in May.
I appreciate the students giving
their best on these exams and the
teachers for adapting their lesson
plans to accommodate these
exams.
Eagles 2013 Track Team. Pictured back row: from left to right ... Coach Karol Patterson, Coach
Stacy Stewart, Sterling Ellens, Analise Garland, Taran Eisenbraun, Nathan Patterson, Tyler Peter-
son, Laketon McLaughlin, Tate Eisenbraun, Monica Bielmaier, Allan McDonnell, Preston Eisen-
braun, Raiden Crawford and Coach David Ermish. Middle row: from left to right ... Sam Steffen,
Kailey Rae Sawvell, Sadie O’Rourke, Tayah Huether, Jessica Casjens, Aaron Moschell, Cooper
McLaughlin, Jacob Bielmaier, Savanna Deutscher, Maddi Bauer and Mercede Hess. Front row:
from left to right ... Roland Traveny, Tadan Casjens, Derek Greibel, Terel Eisenbraun, Cooper Mc-
Conaghy, Cash Wilson, Meghan Patterson and Jace O’Rourke. (Not pictured: Kaden Eisenbraun,
Autumn Schulz, Carlee Johnston, Kimberly Billings, Anika Eisenbraun, Tyler Trask, Camden
Sawvell, Kyla Sawvell, Karlie Dartt, Danny Muzik and Austin Huether.)
~Photo Laurie Hindman
BIL0EBBAN0 C0NCBETE
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of Wall, has sold the Redimix
portion of the business as of April
1st, but Haven is still available for
all of your concrete construction
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Wall Youth Football
PO Box 130
Wall, South Dakota 57790
2013 SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM
On behalf of the Wall Eagles, we would like to thank the many individu-
als/businesses that have supported us in the past and ask for your sup-
port once again this season by participating in our sponsorship program.
We are a youth tackle football team who participates in the Black Hills
Youth Football League. For the 2012 season, we had 57 players on 3
teams, combined with the enthusiastic spirit of 12 cheerleaders. Because
we have grown exponentially, (from one team and 17 kids in our 2010
inaugural year), our program requires a lot of time, dedication, and fi-
nancial support. The funds raised go toward equipment, website serv-
ices, uniforms, and award recognition for all participants. Our goal is to teach and develop the fundamentals of
tackle football and cheer to our local youth ranging from the ages of six to twelve years old. Our coaches and
team moms are all volunteers and work diligently in teaching our children respect, discipline and good sports-
manship as well as promoting the importance of academics and physical fitness through hard work and a
structured team environment.
Please select your sponsorship level, detach, and mail it with your donation to the address listed above. The
Eagles’ families thank you for your support.
GOLD Sponsor $500+: Your business name/logo displayed on a Sponsor Banner at all of our home games;
Your business announced at all of our home games; Website advertising on the Eagles Home Page; Team
photo plaque
SILVER Supporter $250 - $500: Your business name/logo displayed on a Supporter Banner at all of our home
games; Your business announced at all of our home games; Website advertising on the Eagles Home Page
BRONZE Supporter $75 - $250: Your business announced at all of our home games
Friends of the Eagles: Any monetary donation is greatly appreciated!
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*Please make checks payable to: Wall Youth Football, PO Box 130, Wall, SD 57790
Name and/or Business Name (as you would like displayed on the banner and website, if applicable):
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2012 Wall Drug Mighty Mite Football
Team (1st & 2nd Graders)
Record: 6-3; Superbowl Participant
League Runner-Up
Photo: Wall Eagles vs. Rapid City Broncos
2012 Ken’s Refrigeration Junior Pee
Wee Football Team (3rd & 4th Graders)
Record: 7-2; Superbowl Participant;
League Runner-Up
Photo: Wall Eagles vs. Sturgis Buccaneers
2012 Wall Subway Pee Wee Football
Team (5th & 6th Graders)
Record: 6-2; Playoff Participant
Photo: Wall Eagles vs. Rapid City Steelers
2012 Wall Eagles Youth Football
Cheerleaders
Wall Eagles Wall Eagles
Youth Football Youth Football
Black Hils Youth Football League
Pennington County Courant • March 21, 2013 • Page 7 Classifieds
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COMMERCIAL OFFICE SPACE
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LAKE PRESTON SCHOOL DIS-
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coaching, opened 3-12-13,
closes 3-29-13, Contact: Tim
Casper, Supt, Lake Preston
School District, 300 1st St. NE.
tim.casper@k12.sd.us, 605-
847-4455.
THE ELK POINT-JEFFERSON
SCHOOL DISTRICT is seeking
a Family and Consumer Sci-
ences teacher. If interested
please send a letter of applica-
tion and resume to Brian
Shanks, Superintendent Box
578 Elk Point, SD 57025 we
will also accept electronic ma-
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sd.us.
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THank Yous
We would like to thank every-
one who came and supported
the St. Patrick’s Dinner, March
17, 2013, we served 107.
We would also like to thank
all the people who donated
hamburger, lettuce salad, salad
dressing, garlic bread, pies,
spaghetti, spaghetti sauce and
money.
Thank you to all those who
decorated, worked to make the
spaghetti sauce and spaghetti,
those who served and cleaned
up. A special thanks to the chil-
dren who helped serve and
cleanup. Any left over food will
be used by the Gift Program.
St. Patrick’s Women’s Club
I would like to thank everyone
for the cards, gifts and for help-
ing me celebrate my 90th birth-
day.
Lauren Luedeman
tDM excavation
& Heavy Haul
Cell: 685-3283 • Wall
•Trackhoe •Trenching
•Repair Dams & Roads
•Heavy Haul Trailer
•Dozer
•Site Cleanup
todd Sieler
PENNINGTON
COUNTY
LIST OF EXEMPT
AGRICULTURE PROPERTIES
THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF
AGRICULTURE PROPERTIES
THAT QUALIFY FOR THE
AGRICULTURAL EXEMPTION FOR
THE 2013 ASSESSMENT YEAR.
SDCL 10-4-13.1
0050544/71-20-100-004; ADRIAN
RANCH LLC, S20, T2S, R07E, Black
Hills Meridian, THAT PT SITUATED IN
PENN CO LYING SOUTH & WEST OF
HWY 40 LESS NELSON SUB, LESS
THOVSON SUB, & LESS ROW; THAT
PT OF E1/2SE1/4 LOCATED BETWEEN
HWY 40 AND LOT X; LOT X OF
E1/2SE1/4
0012731/51-04-100-001; ALBERT,
MARVIN, S04, T1S, R04E, Black Hills
Meridian, GL 3
0056234/23-13-100-004; ALLEN,
ROBERT E & CRISTIAN M, S13, T2N,
R10E, Black Hills Meridian,
S1/2S1/2NW1/4
0050821/23-13-200-005; ANDERSON,
DARYL L & MERI J, S13, T2N, R10E,
Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4 LESS N922'
THEREOF AND LESS E318'OF N1814'
THEREOF
0050822/23-13-200-004; ANDERSON,
DENNIS W & ILLA M, S13, T2N, R10E,
Black Hills Meridian, E318' OF N1814' OF
NE1/4; N922' OF NE1/4LESS E318'
THEREOF
0009993/45-06-100-001; ANDERSON,
DONALD R & BETTY J, S06, T1N,
R15E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT 1-5;
N1/2 GL 6; S1/2NE1/4; SE1/4NW1/4;
NE1/4SW1/4; SE1/4
0010005/45-10-200-001; ANDERSON,
FRANK O, S10, T1N, R15E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4, N1/2NW1/4, S1/2,
LESS ROW
0041259/39-29-200-003; ANDERSON,
JON A & LISA M, Loren Norris Sub, Lot
1
0011531/38-13-300-003; ANDERSON,
WAYNE R & JOANNE, S13, T1N, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4SW1/4;
NE1/4SW1/4
0051440/23-19-400-008; AUS, DUANE
M & MARLYS D, S19, T2N, R10E, Black
Hills Meridian, E1/2NE1/4SW1/4 LESS
LOT H1; SE1/4 LESS LONE TREE SUB
& LESS LOT H1
0049226/45-07-200-004; BAIL, JESSE
J, S07, T1N, R15E, Black Hills Meridian,
NE1/4
0013627/24-32-200-001; BARBER,
BURL & BONNIE, S32, T2N, R11E,
Black Hills Meridian, THAT PT OF NE1/4
N OF RR & RTY
0 0 5 9 8 8 5 / 3 8 - 3 4 - 2 0 0 - 0 0 8 ;
BARBER/SHIPPEN, S34, T1N, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, THAT PT OF THE
SE1/4NW1/4NE1/4, SW1/4NE1/4, &
SE1/4NE1/4 LYING EAST OF THE RR
ROW; S1/2NE1/4NE1/4;
NE1/4NE1/4NE1/4; E1/2
E1/2NW1/4NE1/4NE1/4
0015846/81-27-300-001; BARNETT,
BRUCE A & SHARON A, S27, T2S,
R17E, Black Hills Meridian, SW1/4
0053800/39-24-100-002; BARRETT,
THOMAS L & MARIE J, S24, T1N,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian, NW1/4;
W1/3NE1/4; W1/2SE1/4; SE1/4SE1/4
0008180/64-06-476-001; BAUMANN,
JOSEPH D & FRANCES P, S06, T1S,
R17E, Black Hills Meridian, , UNPLAT-
TED SE1/4SE1/4 LESS HWY
0051885/21-19-100-009; BAYSINGER,
LARRY R, S19, T2N, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, S1/2S1/2NW1/4
0048305/53-25-126-004; BECHER,
STEPHEN L & JANE, S25, T1S, R06E,
Black Hills Meridian, SW1/4NE1/4NW1/4
0059875/73-09-200-002; BEHRENS,
JAY W, S09, T2S, R09E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4NE1/4 ; E600' OF
NW1/4NE1/4
0040164/39-16-300-001; BENKERT,
DANIEL D & MOLLY A, S16, T1N, R09E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2SW1/4;
NW1/4SW1/4
0015577/77-14-200-001; BESSETTE
RANCH, INC, S14, T2S, R13E, Black
Hills Meridian, NE1/4, SW1/4, LESS
ROW
0015601/77-22-400-001; BESSETTE,
LEROY, S22, T2S, R13E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4SE1/4 LESS ROW
0010066/45-35-100-001; BIELMAIER
LLC, S35, T1N, R15E, Black Hills Merid-
ian, ALL SECTION LESS RR RTY (7.58
AC) & LESS HWY (28.19 AC)
0038682/45-22-300-001; BIELMAIER,
JAN M, S22, T1N, R15E, Black Hills
Meridian, S1/2 LESS ROW
0052379/45-27-200-002; BIELMAIER,
KEVIN & JODY W, S27, T1N, R15E,
Black Hills Meridian, PT OF NE1/4 LYING
N OF I-90
0015527/76-25-400-001; BIERS RANCH
LLC, S25, T2S, R12E, Black Hills Merid-
ian, S1/2 LESS TRACT SW1/4SW1/4
LESS ROW
0013516/23-26-300-001; BIERWAGEN,
EUGENE H & JUDY T, S26, T2N, R10E,
Black Hills Meridian, SW1/4 LESS RTY
0013568/24-17-100-001; BILLS,
ROGER J, S17, T2N, R11E, Black Hills
Meridian, ALL SECTION LESS RTY W1/2
0040342/41-29-100-002; BILLS,
ROGER J & TAMMY J, S29, T1N, R11E,
Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4NE1/4NW1/4
0039642/19-19-200-001; BILSBACK
QUINN FAMILY TRUST, S19, T2N,
R06E, Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4 LESS
E525' & GREEN MOUNTAIN SUBD
0042368/38-17-200-002; BINGEN,
DIANA, S17, T1N, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4NE1/4
0012757/51-16-200-003; BLANCHARD
REVOCABLE TRUST, RONALD D, S16,
T1S, R04E, Black Hills Meridian,
S1/2NE1/4NE1/4NE1/4 LESS THAT PT
N & E OF LOT H-1, SE1/4NE1/4NE1/4
LESS RTY
0057796/45-03-100-002; BLASIUS,
BRETT A & PAULA A, S03, T1N, R15E,
Black Hills Meridian, N1/2 OF GL 1-4
0048369/38-14-301-003; BLOOM
RANCH LLC, S14, T1N, R08E, Black
Hills Meridian, THAT PT OF N1/2SW1/4
LYING S OF HWY & RRROW AND THAT
PT OF SW1/4NW1/4 LYING S OF HWY
& RR ROW
0045266/40-08-300-002; BOEDING,
JERALD L & KRISITNE E, S08, T1N,
R10E, Black Hills Meridian,
SW1/4SW1/4; S1/2NW1/4SW1/4
0047458/21-14-100-002; BOETKER,
EARL M, S14, T2N, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, NW1/4
0063662/22-22-400-002; BOOMSMA,
CONNIE D & DENNIS E, SECTION 22,
2N, 09E, Black Hills Meridian, E1/2SW1/4
PENNINGTON
COUNTY BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES
MARCH 5, 2013
A meeting of the Pennington County
Board of Commissioners was held on
Tuesday, March 5, 2013, in the Commis-
sioners' meeting room of the Pennington
County Courthouse. Chairperson Lyndell
Petersen called the meeting to order at
9:00 a.m. with the following Commission-
ers present: Ron Buskerud, Don Hol-
loway and Nancy Trautman. Commis-
sioner Davis was not in attendance.
APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
MOVED by Trautman and seconded
by Buskerud to approve the agenda as
presented. Vote: Unanimous.
CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS
The following items have been placed
on the Consent Agenda for action to be
taken by a single vote of the Board of
Commissioners. Any item may be re-
moved from the Consent Agenda for sep-
arate consideration.
MOVED by Trautman and seconded
by Buskerud to approve Consent Agenda
Items 5-11 as presented. Vote: Unani-
mous.
5. Approve the minutes of the February
19, 2013, Board of Commissioners’ meet-
ing.
6. Approve the vouchers listed at the
end of the minutes for expenditures for in-
surance, professional services, publica-
tions, rentals, supplies, repairs, mainte-
nance, travel, conference fees, utilities,
furniture and equipment totaling
$320,961.99.
7. Approve the Pennington County Ap-
plication for Permit to Occupy Right-of-
Way for the Deadwood Mickelson Trail
Marathon and Marathon Relay to be held
on Sunday, June 2, 2013.
8. Approve the appointment of Paul
Paulsen to serve a three year term on the
Pennington County Weed and Pest
Board and authorize the Chairperson’s
signature on the Warrant of Appointment.
9. (SP13-003) Schedule a hearing at
9:15 a.m. on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, to
supplement the 2013 Emergency Man-
agement Operations budget in the
amount of $98,433 from Restricted Fund
Balance.
10. (SP13-005) Schedule a hearing at
9:15 a.m. on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, to
supplement the 2013 General Fund
Search & Rescue budget in the amount
of $10,000 from Unassigned Fund Bal-
ance.
11. Approve the Adopt-A-Highway Ap-
plication for the SDSM&T Weather Asso-
ciation for approximately two miles of Sil-
ver Mountain Road and authorize the
Chairperson’s signature on the letter.
End of Consent Agenda
PRESENTATION OF ADOPT-A-HIGH-
WAY PROGRAM CERTIFICATES OF
APPRECIATION: The Highway Depart-
ment presented Certificates of Apprecia-
tion to the following organizations that
participate in the Adopt-A-Highway Pro-
gram: 28th MXS of Ellsworth AFB, 28th
Logistics Readiness Squadron, 28th Se-
curity Forces Squadron, 28th Security
Forces Squadron S-4 and EAFB Group
56. Certificates for other groups will be
mailed.
FY2014 PENNINGTON COUNTY
BUDGET DISCUSSION – Auditor Julie
Pearson
Auditor Pearson reported CPI informa-
tion and growth figures for Pennington
County.
ITEMS FROM AUDITOR
A. SPECIAL REQUEST FOR MALT
BEVERAGE LICENSE – RUSHMORE
HOCKEY ASSOCIATION: MOVED by
Buskerud and seconded by Trautman to
approve the Special Malt Beverage Retail
License for the Rushmore Hockey Asso-
ciation for The End of the Road Hockey
Tournament for adult teams, an annual
fundraiser that will be held at the Rush-
more Hockey Association building on
March 22, 23 and 24, 2013. Vote: Unan-
imous.
ITEMS FROM EMERGENCY MANAGE-
MENT
A. PUBLIC EDUCATION CAMPAIGN
AWARD – Information Item
ITEMS FROM EQUALIZATION:
A. ABATEMENT APPLICATIONS:
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by
Holloway to approve the following 2012
abatements/refunds: Parcel ID 61991,
Dakota Land Trust, $2757.01; Parcel ID
34049, Donald D. Kechely, $764.80; Par-
cel ID 36993, SBP LLC, $1399.44. Vote:
Unanimous.
ITEMS FROM HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
A. ANNUAL BID AWARD RECOM-
MENDATIONS: (Please note that vendor
addresses are only listed one time if there
are multiple awards)
Item 1: MOVED by Holloway and sec-
onded by Trautman to award Asphalt
Concrete Overlay Project AC 2013-1
(Various Roads) to Simon Contractors of
SD Inc., PO Box 397, Rapid City, SD, in
the amount of $536,219.40. Vote: Unan-
imous.
Item 2: MOVED by Trautman and sec-
onded by Holloway to award Asphalt Con-
crete Overlay Project 2013-2 (Rapid Val-
ley Area) to Simon Contractors of SD Inc.,
in the amount of $182,025.70. Vote:
Unanimous.
Item 3: MOVED by Buskerud and sec-
onded by Trautman to award Asphalt Sur-
face Treatment Project AST 2013 to Hills
Materials Company, PO Box 2320, Rapid
City, SD in the amount of $449,510.50.
Vote: Unanimous.
Item 4: MOVED by Trautman and sec-
onded by Buskerud to award Aggregate
Stockpile Project AGG 2013-1, Eisen-
braun Pit, in the amount of $83,940.00
and Aggregate Stockpile Project AGG
2013-1, Shearer Pit, in the amount of
$129,200.00, to KD Contractors, PO Box
870, Hot Springs, SD. Vote: Unanimous.
Item 5: MOVED by Holloway and sec-
onded by Buskerud to award Asphalt Sur-
face Crack Sealing Project ASC 2013 to
Highway Improvement Inc., PO Box
1803, Sioux Falls, SD in the amount of
$98,903.00. Vote: Unanimous.
Annual Supplies: MOVED by Hol-
loway and seconded by Trautman to
award the bids for annual supplies as
listed below to the lowest bidder per the
recommendation of the Pennington
County Highway Department. Vote:
Unanimous.
•Aggregate Materials (Rapid City
Area): Award Items No. 1 & 3 to Pete Lien
& Sons, 3401 Universal Drive, Rapid City,
SD; award Items No. 2 & 5 to J & L Gravel
Inc., 24045 Twin Springs Road, Hill City,
SD and Pete Lien & Sons Inc., based on
location; award Item No. 4 to J & L Gravel
Inc., award Item No. 6 to Hills Materials
Company.
•Asphalt Maintenance Materials:
Award Items No. 1, 2, and 4 to Simon
Contractors of SD Inc.; award Item No. 3
to Hills Materials Company.
•Composite Asphalt Concrete: Hills
Materials Company.
•Concrete Products: Cretex Concrete
Products West Inc., PO Box 1620, Rapid
City, SD.
•Corrugated Metal Pipe: True North
Steel, PO Box 1439, Huron, SD.
•Cutback and Emulsified Asphalt: Hills
Materials Company.
•De-Icing Sand: Pete Lien and Sons
Inc.
•Equipment Rental: Sheehan Mack
Sales and Equipment, PO Box 1689,
Rapid City, SD.
•Fencing: M & M Fencing, 714 North-
ridge Drive, Rapid City, SD.
•Guardrail: Hilt Construction, PO Box
9338, Rapid City, SD.
•Magnesium Chloride Solution: Z & S
Dust Control System, 22470 Bennett
Road, Rapid City, SD.
•Seeding, Fertilizing, Mulching and
Erosion Control Blanket: M & M Fencing.
•Timber Bridge Materials: Wheeler
Lumber LLC, PO Box 8, Whitewood, SD.
•Traffic Control Materials: Lyle Signs
Inc., 200 Industrial Park, DeSmet, SD.
Bid documents are available at the
Highway Department.
B. AUTHORIZATION TO BID FOR RE-
CONSTRUCTION OF RESERVOIR
ROAD PROJECT AND PLATEAU LANE
PROJECT: MOVED by Trautman and
seconded by Holloway to advertise for
bids for the Reservoir Road Reconstruc-
tion Project No, 326102(1) 13, and further
moved to advertise for bids for the
Plateau Lane Reconstruction Project No.
420427-2013. Vote: Unanimous.
C. AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO
AGREEMENT FOR ENGINEERING
SERVICES: MOVED by Holloway and
seconded by Trautman to authorize the
Highway Department to enter into an
agreement with CETEC Engineering
Services for construction engineering
services for the reconstruction of Reser-
voir Road (East 53rd Street), from Twilight
Drive north to North Pitch Court. Vote:
Unanimous.
ITEMS FROM PUBLIC DEFENDER
A. NEW POSITION AND JOB DE-
SCRIPTION – OFFICE MANAGER:
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by
Holloway to continue this item until the
new Public Defender is appointed. Vote:
Unanimous.
ITEMS FROM WEED & PEST
A. STATE MOUNTAIN PINE BEETLE
GRANT APPLICATION: MOVED by
Trautman and seconded by Buskerud to
authorize the Chairperson’s signature on
the Grant Application for funds for the
Pennington County MPB Initiative in the
amount of $670,000. Vote: Unanimous.
ITEMS FROM COMMISSION ASSIS-
TANT
A. COUNTY COMMISSION MEET-
INGS AVAILABLE ONLINE – Information
Item: Effective March 6, 2013, video of
Board of Commissioners’ meetings will be
available through a link on the Penning-
ton County website.
B. COUNTY POLICY – RE-NOTICE
OF VACANCY AND APPOINTMENT TO
BOARDS – WEED & PEST BOARD EX-
CEPTION: MOVED by Holloway and
seconded by Trautman to amend the
County Policy, Re-Notice of Vacancy and
Appointment to Boards, by adding the fol-
lowing statement: This policy is subject
to exception as approved by a vote of the
Board of Commissioners on a case by
case basis. Vote: Unanimous.
C. REQUEST FOR PTB TO BE
SHARED BETWEEN HR AND COMMIS-
SION: This item will be presented during
2014 budget hearings.
ITEMS FROM CHAIR
Chairman Petersen proposed adding
an agenda item to the March 19, 2013,
meeting to discuss Rapid City TIF #65, its
proposed amendment, and the impact on
Pennington County.
ITEMS FROM PLANNING & ZONING
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT: MOVED
by Trautman and seconded by Holloway
to convene as the Board of Adjustment.
Vote: Unanimous.
A. VARIANCE / VA 13-03: Jerry Ham-
merquist. To reduce the minimum re-
quired lot size from 40 acres to 3.75 acres
in a General Agriculture District in accor-
dance with Sections 205 and 509 of the
Pennington County Zoning Ordinance.
The SE1/4SE1/4SE1/4NW1/4
and the E1/2SW1/4
SE1/4SE1/4NW1/4 of Section
15, T1S, R10E, BHM, Penning-
ton County, South Dakota.
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded
by Holloway to take a ten minute recess.
Vote: Unanimous. The Board recon-
vened at 10:42 a.m.
MOVED by Trautman and seconded
by Holloway to approve VA #13-03, to re-
duce the minimum lot size requirement
from 40 acres to 3.75 acres in a General
Agriculture District with five (5) conditions.
The motion carried on a roll call vote:
Buskerud – aye, Holloway – aye, Traut-
man – aye, Petersen – aye.
1. That an approved Approach
Permit be obtained from the
County Highway Department
prior to the construction of an
approach; 2. That all natural
drainage ways be maintained
on the subject property; 3.
That an access easement be
dedicated and recorded at the
Register of Deeds in accor-
dance with Section 313 of the
Zoning Ordinance, if neces-
sary; 4. That an approved
Floodplain Development Per-
mit be obtained for any work
conducted within the bound-
aries of the 100-year flood-
plain; and 5. That the lot ad-
dress be posted so it is visible
from both directions of travel
along Hammerquist Road in
accordance with Pennington
County’s Ordinance #20.
MOVED by Trautman and seconded
by Buskerud to adjourn as the Board of
Adjustment and reconvene as the Board
of Commissioners. Vote: Unanimous.
REGULAR PLANNING ITEMS
B. APPROVAL OF ANNUAL MS4
STORMWATER REPORT: MOVED by
Trautman and seconded by Holloway to
approve the MS4 Annual Report and au-
thorize the Chairperson’s signature
thereto. Vote: Unanimous.
C. APPROVAL FOR UPDATED
STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN:
MOVED by Trautman and seconded by
Holloway to continue this item to the
March 19, 2013, Board of Commission-
ers’ meeting so Planning staff can provide
additional information. Vote: Unanimous.
D. APPEAL OF CONDITIONAL USE
PERMIT / CU 13-02 – DAN PULSE:
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by
Trautman to overrule the Planning Com-
missions’ approval of Conditional Use
Permit / CU 13-02. The motion carried 3-
1 on a roll call vote: Buskerud – aye, Hol-
loway – aye, Trautman – aye, Petersen –
no.
EXECUTIVE SESSION per SDCL 1-25-
2
A. Personnel Issue per SDCL 1-25-
2(1)
B. Contractual/Litigation per SDCL 1-
25-2(3)
MOVED by Trautman and seconded
by Buskerud to convene in executive ses-
sion. Vote: Unanimous. The Board re-
mained in executive session from 11:45
a.m. until 12:00 noon. MOVED by Hol-
loway and seconded by Trautman to ad-
journ from executive session. Vote:
Unanimous.
MOVED by Trautman and seconded
by Holloway to authorize the Pennington
County State’s Attorney to commence lit-
igation on behalf of Pennington County
against the Federal Government/Indian
Health Services and any relevant county
in South Dakota in regard to the reim-
bursement of fees, costs and expenses
incurred by Pennington County as part of
the process for emergency commitment
of mentally ill persons who are non-resi-
dents of Pennington County and further,
to authorize the Attorney General for the
State of South Dakota to represent Pen-
nington County, at the request of the Pen-
nington County State’s Attorney, in any
such proceeding. Vote: Unanimous.
AUDITOR’S ACCOUNT OF THE
TREASURER
To the Pennington County Board of
Commissioners, I hereby submit the fol-
lowing report of my examination of the
cash and cash items in the hands of the
County Treasurer as of February 20,
2013: Total balances of checking/savings
accounts, $23,852,939.19; Total balance
of Treasurer’s Office safe cash,
$9,400.00; Total certificates of deposit,
$2,586,173.21; Total Prime Value Invest-
ment, $3,026,705.51; Total petty cash,
$111,470.00; Total Cash Items Paid,
$10.00, Total Cash Items, $493.13; Total
long/short, ($267.76); Total,
$29,586,923.28. Submitted by Lori Wes-
sel, Deputy Auditor.
PERSONNEL
Auditor: Effective 2/18/2012 – N. Teal,
$16.96/hr.
Information Technology: Effective
4/1/2013 – S. Sinclair, $4569.00.
State’s Attorney: Effective 3/11/2013 –
G. Bacon, $2916.00.
Treasurer: Effective 3/1/2013 – J.
Pinkard, $13.96/hr.
PAYROLL
Commissioners, 10,004.51; Human
Resources, 4,747.58; Elections,
12,775.32; Auditor - liens, 2,831.11; Audi-
tor, 20,598.85; Treasurer, 47,651.11; Data
Processing - General, 58,096.33; State's
Attorney, 163,192.08; Public Defender,
83,196.19; Juvenile Diversion, 10,815.64;
Victim's Assistance, 5,387.37; Buildings
& Grounds, 103,674.83; Equalization,
67,399.05; Register of Deeds, 23,520.42;
Sheriff, 335,891.70; Service Station,
8,554.43; HIDTA Grant, 9,559.15; Jail,
472,614.03; Jail Work Program, 4,666.59;
Coroner, 419.47; Hill City Law, 11,759.65;
Keystone Law, 5,332.90; New Under-
wood – Law, 4,340.08; School Liaison,
16,768.87; Wall Law, 11,386.64; JSC
Teachers, 18,727.43; Home Detention,
7,839.27; JAIG/JSC, 3,430.42; Alcohol &
Drug, 138,566.00; Friendship House,
51,027.09; Economic Assistance,
52,941.23; Mental & Alcohol-SAO,
8,049.84; Mental & Alcohol-HHS,
3,632.01; Extension, 2,587.20; Weed &
Pest, 8,838.27; Mountain Pine Beetle, ;
Planning and Zoning, 20,747.80; Water
Protection, 5,727.29; Ordinance,
3,632.01; Juvenile Services Center,
226,987.94; Highway, 213,710.38; Fire
Administration, 6,518.10; Title III MPB,
3,006.00; Dispatch, 161,314.34; Emer-
gency Management, 5,515.85; 24-7 Pro-
gram, 16,497.46; PCCCC Building Proj-
ects, 2,639.54.
VOUCHERS
AT&T, 430.58; BH Power, 6,725.43;
CBM Food Service, 8,290.24; City of Hill
City, 41.08; City of Rapid City-Water,
15,344.30; City of Wall, 135.00; Executive
Mgmt Finance Office, 18.00; First Admin-
istrators, 109,851.21; First Interstate
Bank, 8,267.22; IIARC, 149,350.86;
Knology, 5,721.63; Medical Waste Trans-
port, 159.74; Montana Dakota Utilities,
6,299.46; Qwest Communications, 3.55;
Qwest Corp, 243.07; Reliance Telephone
Inc, 3.74; South Hyland Pet Hospital,
1,200.12; Verizon, 6,011.07; West River
Electric, 2,865.69.
ADJOURN
MOVED by Trautman and seconded
by Buskerud to adjourn the meeting.
Vote: Unanimous. There being no further
business, the meeting was adjourned at
12:01 p.m.
Julie A. Pearson,
Auditor
Published March 21, 2013, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $138.67.
NOTICE OF
MEETING
OF PENNINGTON COUNTY
EQUALIZATION BOARD
SDCL 10-11-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Board of County Commissioners, sitting
as a County Board of Equalization of
Pennington County, South Dakota, will
meet in the Commissioners’ Chambers in
said County on the 9th day of April, 2013,
being the second Tuesday in April, for the
purpose of reviewing, correcting and
equalizing the assessment of said County
for the year 2013.
All persons considering themselves ag-
grieved by said assessment are required
to submit written notice to the County Au-
ditor no later than April 2, 2013.
/s/Julie A. Pearson
Pennington County Auditor
Dated March 13, 2013.
Published March 21 & 28, 2013, at the
total approximate cost of $17.59.
LESS BOOMSMA SUB & LESS ROW;
W1/2SE1/4 LESS ROW
0013577/24-20-300-001; BOYDSTON,
CHARLES, S20, T2N, R11E, Black Hills
Meridian, SW1/4NE1/4, W1/2NW1/4,
SE1/4NW1/4, S1/2LESS RTY
0001098/38-23-351-001; BOYER,
DOROTHY D, Coady's Sub, UNPLAT-
TED PORTION
0043086/53-24-200-003; BOYER-
OLSON, MARY M, S24, T1S, R06E,
Black Hills Meridian, 0000307HES #307
HES #307 (FORMER GL 5 & E1/2 OF GL
6); GL 3; GL 4 LESS PT OF SABOW
RANCH HOMESTEADS
0000517/38-22-400-002; BRADEEN,
DONALD M, Bradeen Sub, TRACT 1
0011960/57-16-200-001; BRASSFIELD
RANCH LLC, S16, T1S, R10E, Black
Hills Meridian, NE1/4
0040784/23-22-400-001; BRASSFIELD,
DALE E & TRUDY J, S22, T2N, R10E,
Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4SE1/4
0016361/73-06-400-001; BROWN, KEN-
NETH G, S06, T2S, R09E, Black Hills
Meridian, GL 7; E1/2SW1/4; SE1/4
0040747/78-31-100-001; BROWN,
PATRICK W & STACEY R, S31, T2S,
R14E, Black Hills Meridian, GL 1-2;
E1/2NW1/4
0009636/41-08-100-001; BRUNS, GALE
M & WENDY K, S08, T1N, R11E, Black
Hills Meridian, ALL LESS ROW
0057676/39-14-200-006; BUCK,
THOMAS L & JANET M, S14, T1N,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian, W1/2NE1/4
0047502/28-34-200-003; BUTLER,
LANE A & BETTE F, S34, T2N, R15E,
Black Hills Meridian,
W1/2E1/2W1/2NE1/4; W1/2W1/2NE1/4
0013278/55-04-300-001; BYRAM,
LLOYD A, S04, T1S, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, GL 4 LESS E410';
NE1/4SW1/4; LOT A B OF GL 4
0002773/03-10-400-002; CAMPSTOOL
LAND & CATTLE INC, Guy Davis Home-
stead, TRACT 2 (ALSO IN SECTIONS
11, 14, & 15)
0010262/47-04-100-002; CARSON,
OLIVER & GAYLE L, S04, T1N, R17E,
Black Hills Meridian, GL 4 LESS SE1/4;
NW1/4NW1/4; S1/2NW1/4;GL 3
0048946/38-17-200-004; CHIOLIS,
GEORGE G & SHARON R, S17, T1N,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4NE1/4
0019307/88-05-200-001; CLAYTON
KJERSTAD FAMILY FARM AND RAN,
S05, T3S, R17E, Black Hills Meridian,
NE1/4, NE1/4SW1/4, LESS ROW
0055865/22-13-200-003; CLICK, ERIC D
& JOLEEN K, S13, T2N, R09E, Black
Hills Meridian, NW1/4NE1/4
0050316/73-05-100-005; COLGAN,
DANIEL J & GERALYN T, S05, T2S,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian,
N 1 / 2 S W 1 / 4 S W 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 ;
S E 1 / 4 S W 1 / 4 S W 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 ;
SW1/4SE1/4SW1/4NW1/4
0013298/55-10-100-001; COLVIN, JEAN
A, S10, T1S, R08E, Black Hills Meridian,
W1/2NE1/4, SE1/4NE1/4, PT
NE1/4NE1/4, NW1/4, E1/2SW1/4, SE1/4,
LESS ROW
0060875/37-35-300-007; COMMER-
FORD, FRANK B, S35, T1N, R07E,
Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED,
W1/2SW1/4 LESS
N1/2N1/2N1/2N1/2N1/2W1/2SW1/4
0013486/23-15-300-001; COX/TISDALE
TRUST OF 1992, S15, T2N, R10E, Black
Hills Meridian, E1/2E1/2 LESS ROW;
SW1/4 LESS ROW; W1/2SE1/4 LESS
ROW
0051220/51-34-400-003; CRISMAN-LIN-
STROM/LINSTROM, Reno Placer MS
#823, PT OF LOT 1 LESS TRACT A & B
(ALSO IN SEC 35 AND 2S-4E SEC 2 &
3); HUNTER TRACT BEING A SUBD OF
LOT 1 OF RENO PLACER
0009660/41-19-100-001; CROSBIE,
GENE F & ALMA M, S19, T1N, R11E,
Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4, LESS .85AC
TRACT, E1/2W1/2, LOTS 1,2,3,4,
S1/2SE1/4, LESS ROW
0039590/51-36-276-002; CROSSED
SABERS LLLP, Gertie Placer MS 618,
PT GERTIE PLACER MS #618 LESS
LOTS H1, H2 & H3, LESS LOT A, LESS
ROW; LOT C1 OFSPAINAIRD LODE MS
#624
0060601/37-06-100-012; CROSS-
WAIT/HUBBARD, MARK A & CON-
STANCE E, S06, T1N, R07E, Black Hills
Meridian, GL4; N100' OF E600' OF GL5
0056962/12-30-400-001; DAHL, DOU-
GLAS D & VICKY K, S30, T3N, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4
0013931/28-26-100-001; DARTT LIVING
TRUST, DANIEL D & BEVERLY L, S26,
T2N, R15E, Black Hills Meridian, NW1/4
0048536/28-23-200-002; DARTT, BUR-
TON E, S23, T2N, R15E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2E1/2NE1/4NE1/4
0013897/28-11-300-001; DARTT,
DARYL, S11, T2N, R15E, Black Hills
Meridian, S1/2NW1/4, SW1/4,
N1/2SE1/4, SE1/4SE1/4,LESS ROW
0013959/28-35-100-001; DARTT, EDDIE
L, S35, T2N, R15E, Black Hills Meridian,
SE1/4
0059880/53-02-300-004; DAUGHEN-
BAUGH, RANDALL J & MARY R, S02,
T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
0000957DEADMAN PLACER, MS ALL
LESS THAT PORTION OF DEADMAN
PLACERIN LOT 7 & LESS ALMA SUB
(ALSO IN SEC 3,10 & 11)
0019682/21-16-300-001; DAVEY,
THOMAS J & LARAY J, Davey Sub, Lot
1
0013581/24-22-300-001; DEGEEST,
LARRY L & ELLEN, S22, T2N, R11E,
Black Hills Meridian, E1/2NW1/4,
E1/2SW1/4, W1/2SE1/4, LESS ROW
0042753/21-22-100-001; DEGEN-WHIT-
ING/WHITING, BRENDA S & MICHAEL
L, S22, T2N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian,
NW1/4NW1/4 LESS LOT H1;
NE1/4NW1/4; SW1/4NW1/4 LESS LOT
1; SE1/4 NW1/4 LESS
S1/2N1/2SE1/4SE1/4NW1/4 & LESS
S1/2SE1/4SE1/
0016661/13-26-200-001; DENKE,
BYRON M & CHERRY L, S26, T3N,
R17E, Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4, S1/2
0013963/29-01-200-001; DENKE,
EILEEN C, S01, T2N, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2 LESS ROW
0017197/08-03-100-001; DENKE, KEN-
NETH L & NANCY A, S03, T4N, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, GL 1-12; S1/2 LESS
E1/2SE1/4SW1/4SW1/4NW1/4
0012044/58-18-300-001; DERR, JERRY
& THERESA, S18, T1S, R11E, Black
Hills Meridian, E1/2SW1/4; GL 3-4
0001705/78-04-300-002; DEUTSCHER,
CHARLES J & YVONNE J, Deutscher
Sub, LOT 2 LESS LOT H1 LESS ROW
0058673/78-20-200-003; DEUTSCHER,
EVAN L AND STACY A, S20, T2S,
R14E, Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4;
W1/2NW1/4; SE1/4NW1/4; SW1/4;
SE1/4
0060827/72-09-100-002; DYESVILLE
ANGUS LLC, S09, T2S, R08E, Black
Hills Meridian, NW1/4
0059520/40-02-200-003; EBERLY,
DANIEL A & DEBORAH L, S02, T1N,
R10E, Black Hills Meridian, GL 1-2;
S1/2NE1/4
0042457/76-21-100-001; EDOFF,
SCOTT M, S21, T2S, R12E, Black Hills
Meridian, NW1/4NW1/4; SW1/4NW1/4
0017285/08-33-400-001; EISENBRAUN,
DAVID R & MARIA P, S33, T4N, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2NE1/4,
E1/2SW1/4, SE1/4
0050746/08-21-400-002; EISENBRAUN,
HARLAN R & LINDA S, S21, T4N, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, N1/2SE1/4
0017229/08-15-200-001; EISENBRAUN,
HARLAN R & LINDA S, S15, T4N, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, SW1/4 LESS RTY,
NE1/4
0045805/08-23-200-002; EISENBRAUN,
LARRY W, S23, T4N, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2 LESS LOT H1;
S1/2SW1/4 LESS ROW
0045221/61-10-200-001; EISENBRAUN,
SCOT D & MELODY M, S10, T1S, R14E,
Black Hills Meridian, E1/2 LESS ROW
0048853/08-22-300-004; EISENBRAUN,
SUSAN, S22, T4N, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4NE1/4SW1/4
0046143/21-34-400-003; ENGESSER,
JR, RUSSELL H, S34, T2N, R08E, Black
Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED NE1/4SE1/4
0051625/21-35-400-005; ENGESSER,
TIMOTHY B & KAREN L, S35, T2N,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, NW1/4SE1/4
0050328/38-11-100-001; ENNEN, DAR-
RELL L & JEANNE A, S11, T1B, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, E1/2NW1/4
0013422/56-15-300-001; ERDMAN,
FREDERICK J & LANNY M, S15, T1S,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian, SW1/4 LESS
ROW
0047276/21-25-400-003; ERTZ, DEWEY
J & JULIE A (UNDIVIDED 1/2 INTER-
EST), S25, T2N, R08E, Black Hills Merid-
ian, PLATTED TRACT 1 OF SE1/4 LESS
FLYING EAGLE RANCHETTES
0009553/40-13-400-001; ERVIN, SHAN-
NON M & JOHN L, S13, T1N, R10E,
Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4SE1/4
0019513/21-16-100-002; FEDELL,
SUSAN, S16, T2N, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, SW1/4NW1/4 LESS ROW
0015069/21-17-300-002; FEICKERT,
QUINTEN E & EILEEN, S17, T2N, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian,
S 1 / 2 N 1 / 2 N 1 / 2 S W 1 / 4 ;
N1/2N1/2S1/2N1/2SW1/4
0040890/50-09-400-001; FEREBEE,
GEORGE W, S09, T1S, R03E, Black Hills
Meridian, SE1/4SE1/4 LESS TRACT 1 &
LESS RTY
0 0 1 3 0 4 9 / 5 3 - 2 6 - 3 0 0 - 0 0 1 ;
FERRIN/DEWEY, CHARLES R & MARY
F, S26, T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
SW1/4
0059114/23-13-300-004; FINSTER-
WALDER II, RICHARD W & KERRY C,
S13, T2N, R10E, Black Hills Meridian,
SE1/4SW1/4
0016178/71-03-100-001; FLYING V
RANCH INC, S03, T2S, R07E, Black Hills
Meridian, GL 1-4; S1/2NW1/4;
S1/2NE1/4; SE1/4SW1/4; N1/2SE1/4;
N1/2SW1/4; LESS ROW
0017784/06-07-100-001; FORBES,
JAMES L & JANICE T, S07, T5N, R17E,
Black Hills Meridian, W1/2 LESS ROW;
SW1/4SE1/4
0012922/52-32-300-002; FORD MT
RANCH LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, S32,
T1S, R05E, Black Hills Meridian,
N1/2SW1/4; SE1/4SW1/4; NW1/4SE1/4
0015343/22-29-400-001; FORKNER,
EVA, S29, T2N, R09E, Black Hills Merid-
ian, E1/2SW1/4NE1/4, SE1/4NE1/4,
E1/2NW1/4SE1/4, NE1/4SE1/4
0012497/64-15-100-001; FORTUNE,
ROGER & BONNA F, S15, T1S, R17E,
Black Hills Meridian, N1/2, N1/2SE1/4,
SW1/4SE1/4, LESS ROW
0 0 0 9 7 8 8 / 4 3 - 1 0 - 3 0 0 - 0 0 1 ;
FREEMAN/FREEMAN, HEATH A &
KARA A, S10, T1N, R13E, Black Hills
Meridian, W1/2 OF NE1/4, E1/2NW1/4,
S1/2, LESS ROW
0041831/05-25-100-001; GABRIEL
TRUST, S25, T5N, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, N1/2 LESS LOT H1 OF NW1/4;
N1/2SE1/4; SW1/4SE1/4 LESS ROW;
SW1/4 LESS LOT H1 OFSW1/4
0040201/25-20-100-001; GARRETT,
DAVID L & ROBIN R, S20, T2N, R12E,
Black Hills Meridian,
W1/2W1/2SW1/4NW1/4
0016553/12-22-300-001; GEIGLE, NOR-
MAN A, S22, T3N, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, SW1/4
0016560/12-25-200-001; GEIGLE,
PATTI J, S25, T3N, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4, E1/2SE1/4
0016673/13-31-100-001; GEIGLE,
WADE W, S31, T3N, R17E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2NW1/4; GL 1-2;
E1/2SW1/4 LESS RTY OF2 AC;
S1/2NE1/4; N1.2SE1/4
0015033/21-09-300-001; GILLES, VI-
VIAN E & WILLIAM A, S09, T2N, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, PT S1/2SW1/4; PT
SW1/4SE1/4; LESS ROW
0047731/24-35-200-002; GLASSGOW,
DEWAYNE A & NANCY M, S35, T2N,
R11E, Black Hills Meridian, N1/2 LESS
TRACT B
0046814/25-15-400-003; GOSSARD
LIVING TRUST/OLSON, LARRY F &
DONALD W, S15, T2N, R12E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2SE1/4
0038768/53-33-100-003; GRABER,
TERRY M & MARCIA Z, S33, T1S,
R06E, Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4NW1/4
LESS PT WELCOME LODE
0 0 4 6 6 0 1 / 3 9 - 1 9 - 3 0 0 - 0 0 5 ;
GRAVATT/MEYER-GRAVATT, S19, T1N,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT 1 OF
TRACT C
0057904/54-21-300-008; GROSS,
BRIAN S & MARGIE A, Sudbury Ranch,
Lot 1
0044336/44-05-100-003; GUNN LIVING
TRUST, GEORGE & LAURA J, S05,
T1N, R14E, Black Hills Meridian,
SW1/4NE1/4; S1/2NW1/4; LOT A OF
NE1/4SE1/4 LESS S350'; LOT A OF
NW1/4SE1/4
0043605/47-35-200-002; GUPTILL,
MARY L, S35, T1N, R17E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4; S1/2NW1/4;
N1/2SW1/4; NE1/4SE1/4
0012328/62-14-100-001; H & K RANCH
INC, S14, T1S, R15E, Black Hills Merid-
ian, NW1/4, SE1/4, LESS ROW
0016273/72-04-400-001; HAAS,
STEPHEN N & JUDITH C, S04, T2S,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4
0016107/70-01-300-001; HABER-
STROH, LEONARD & SALLY, S01, T2S,
R06E, Black Hills Meridian, 0000313HES
#313 ALL
0040954/57-08-100-004; HAM RANCH,
S08, T1S, R10E, Black Hills Meridian,
S1/2NE1/4 LESS H & S SUBD & RTY;
E1/2NW1/4 LESS RTY & LESS PT OF
NE1/4NW1/4
0040066/51-09-400-004; HAMM, MIL-
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0046128/23-23-400-001; MEINEN, JEFF,
Torguson Sub, LOT 3 LESS ROW
0045939/39-06-200-005; MELLO,
KEVIN F & JODY L, S06, T1N, R09E,
Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4NE1/4
0040115/39-06-200-002; MERCHEN,
SANDRA K, S06, T1N, R09E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4NE1/4
0058129/78-07-100-002; MERRILL,
SHAWN & LESLIE A, S07, T2S, R14E,
Black Hills Meridian, GL 1-4; E1/2NW1/4;
W1/2SE1/4
0 0 1 7 8 8 0 / 0 3 - 1 5 - 4 0 0 - 0 0 1 ;
MERRILL/WILSEY, S15, T6N, R17E,
Black Hills Meridian, GL 5-7; S1/2NE1/4;
SE1/4NW1/4; E1/2SW1/4; SE1/4
0013658/25-14-100-001; MEYER,
WILLIAM L, S14, T2N, R12E, Black Hills
Meridian, ALL SECTION LESS RTY
0009982/45-01-400-001; MICHELS,
HAROLD & JOANNA, S01, T1N, R15E,
Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4
0012924/52-32-100-002; MILLS FAMILY
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, S32, T1S,
R05E, Black Hills Meridian, 0000303HES
#303 AKA TRACT A&B OF HES #303
0016306/72-14-100-001; MINTZLAFF,
WILLIAM H, S14, T2S, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2; NW1/4
0011899/57-06-100-003; MITCHELL,
WILLIAM P & SANDRA S, S06, T1S,
R10E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT 3,
TRACT 1 OF LOT 4 LESS RTY (2.17 AC)
0056232/22-13-100-004; MODEN, DON-
ALD D & BARBARA, S13, T2N, R09E,
Black Hills Meridian, NW1/4NW1/4
0050664/38-32-200-003; MORRIS,
MITCHEL E, S32, T1N, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2E1/2; LOT 1 OF
NW1/4NE1/4; LOT 1 OFSW1/4NE1/4;
LOT 1 OF SW1/4SE1/4; E1/2 OFLOT A
OF NW1/4NE1/4; E1/2 OF LOT A OF
E1/2NW1/4
0048739/23-26-200-006; MOWERY,
TRACEY A, S26, T2N, R10E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4 LESS TIGHTLINE LAKE
ESTATES; E1/2NW1/4 LESS SLATER
SUB; SW1/4NW1/4 LESS SLATER SUB
LESS I-90 ROW & LESS CO RD ROW
0049124/25-26-400-001; MP WIEBERS
LLC, S26, T2N, R12E, Black Hills Merid-
ian, S1/2NE1/4 LESS ROW; N1/2SE1/4
LESS ROW
0013900/28-13-100-001; NAESCHER
FAMILY LIMTED PARTNERSHIP, S13,
T2N, R15E, Black Hills Meridian, ALL
LESS ROW
0014012/29-19-200-001; NAESCHER,
JOHN C & TWILA M, S19, T2N, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4,
SE1/4NW1/4, S1/2, LOT 1-2, LESS ROW
0013970/29-04-100-001; NAESCHER,
MICHAEL H & MARIE A, S04, T2N,
R16E, Black Hills Meridian, ALL LESS
ROW
0017878/03-14-200-001; NELSON, DAN
& MARLA, S14, T6N, R17E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2
0055492/39-13-200-006; NELSON,
WAYNE D & STACEY M, S13, T1N,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4NE1/4
0011721/39-01-100-001; NESS,
BERNARD M, S01, T1N, R09E, Black
Hills Meridian, ALL SECTION LESS
ROW
0013626/24-31-400-004; NESS, CLINT
L & MARVIN O, S31, T2N, R11E, Black
Hills Meridian, SW1/4SE1/4
0017328/09-13-100-001; O'CONNELL,
JIGGS, S13, T4N, R17E, Black Hills
Meridian, ALL
0052968/83-12-200-003; O'DOWD,
RONALD D, S12, T3S, R12E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2NE1/4 LESS E656' &
LESS S90' OF E745'; E1/2SE1/4 LESS
E745' OF N1700' & LESSW286' OF
E1031' OF S1484' OF N1700'
0017212/08-09-200-001; OFM PART-
NERSHIP, S09, T4N, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4, S1/2NW1/4, & SW1/4
0019584/44-08-200-001; PACE DBA
DAKOTA BLOSSOM ENTERPRISE I,
ROBERT & YALONDA, Cheyenne View
Sub, TRACT 1
0044072/26-29-200-001; PAGE,
ARTHUR M, S29, T2N, R13E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2NE1/4 LESS ROW
0012501/64-17-200-001; PAPOUSEK,
DUANE & JUDY L, S17, T1S, R17E,
Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4, N1/2NW1/4,
N1/2SE1/4, LESS ROW
0010222/47-20-300-001; PAPOUSEK,
RICHARD J, S20, T1N, R17E, Black Hills
Meridian, SW1/4
0045015/22-28-300-004; PARKER,
ELIZABETH J, S28, T2N, R09E, Black
Hills Meridian, W1/2SW1/4SW1/4
0013730/26-18-400-001; PARKS, PAUL
& RONDA, S18, T2N, R13E, Black Hills
Meridian, SE1/4
0019502/28-32-300-001; PATTERSON &
SONS, MERRITT, S32, T2N, R15E,
Black Hills Meridian, SW1/4, E1/2NW1/4
LESS LOT A IN NE1/4NW1/4 & LESS
ROW
0010224/47-21-100-001; PAULSEN,
DELMER D & MARY A, S21, T1N, R17E,
Black Hills Meridian, ALL SECTION LESS
TRACT IN SE1/4NE1/4 , LESS ROW
0013890/28-09-100-001; PAULSEN,
PAUL D & PATRICIA A, S09, T2N, R15E,
Black Hills Meridian, W1/2, N1/2SE1/4,
SE1/4SE1/4, LESS ROW
0014111/30-21-100-001; PENO FARMS,
INC, S21, T2N, R17E, Black Hills Merid-
ian, N1/2, N1/2SW1/4, SE1/4, LESS
ROW
0050189/38-28-200-003; PERLI, KEITH
A & JACQUELIN K, Norman Ranch Sub,
JUDICIAL LOT 1
0053730/56-19-100-002; PERLI,
RICHARD V & SHARON, S19, T1S,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian, GL 1-4
0010112/46-17-300-001; PETERS, TER-
RANCE L & SUSAN M, S17, T1N, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2 LESS ROW
0050019/73-06-100-002; PETERSEN,
DELL S & KATHRYN J, S06, T2S, R09E,
Black Hills Meridian, GL 3-5;
SE1/4NW1/4
0016359/73-06-200-001; PETERSEN,
LYNDELL H & JILL W, S06, T2S, R09E,
Black Hills Meridian, LOT 1-2;
S1/2NE1/4; LESS ROW
0011526/38-13-200-002; PETTYJOHN,
JASON, S13, T1N, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, W1/2E1/2NE1/4
0052055/23-17-300-003; PLENDER,
RONALD L, S17, T2N, R10E, Black Hills
M e r i d i a n ,
E1/2E1/2E1/2W1/2SW1/4SW1/4 LESS
ROW; E1/2SW/14SW1/4 LESS ROW;
W1/2W1/2SE1/4SW1/4LESS ROW
0009543/40-09-300-001; POWELL,
VERN, S09, T1N, R10E, Black Hills
Meridian, S1/2
0049190/27-32-300-002; PRICE, MAL-
COLM & NOLA, S32, T2N, R14E, Black
Hills Meridian, 2N-14E SEC 32 THAT PT
OF W1/2NW1/4 LYING W OF ELM
SPRINGS RD; THAT PT OF N1/2 SW1/4
LYING W OF ELM SPRINGS RD; THAT
PT OF SE1/4SW1/4 LYING W OF ELM
SPRINGS RD
0009713/42-08-400-001; PRINTZ, MAR-
TIN O & SHIRLEY J, S08, T1N, R12E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2NE1/4,
E1/2SW1/4, SE1/4 LESS RTY
0017332/09-15-200-001; PRODUCERS
ENTERPRISE INC, S15, T4N, R17E,
Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4, NE1/4SE1/4,
S1/2SE1/4
0046509/40-24-400-002; RABA , TIMO-
THY, S24, T1N, R10E, Black Hills Merid-
ian, SE1/4
0011511/38-11-376-001; RABE, LINDA
E, S11, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian,
SE1/4SW1/4
0012130/59-32-100-001; RAPID CREEK
RANCH LLC, S32, T1S, R12E, Black
Hills Meridian, ALL LESS RTY & CRE-
STON OUTLOT B-C
0009778/43-05-200-001; REEVES, WES
L, S05, T1N, R13E, Black Hills Meridian,
LOT 1-2; S1/2NE1/4
0063283/45-12-300-004; RENNER,
RODNEY H, S12, T1N, R15E, Black Hills
Meridian, S1/2 INCLUDING LOT 1 OF
SE1/4SE1/4SE1/4
0010399/33-06-100-002; REYNOLDS,
LEONARD B & MARGARET E, HES
#236, Lot A
0053755/57-02-100-001; RICE, ALFRED
& SERENA, S02, T1S, R10E, Black Hills
Meridian, GL 3-4 LESS LOT H1 OF LOT
4
0011552/38-14-251-001; RICE,
HOWARD J & MARY F, S14, T1N, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, SW1/4NE1/4
0016278/72-05-400-002; RICHARDS,
RONALD D & CHARLEEN F, S05, T2S,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, E1/2SE1/4
LESS S800'OF W150'OF SE1/4SE1/4 &
RTY
0012474/64-05-400-001; RICHTER,
TROY G & DAWN R, S05, T1S, R17E,
Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4 LESS RR &
HWY
0013594/24-26-100-001; RICHTER,
WILLIAM D & HELEN M, S26, T2N,
R11E, Black Hills Meridian, ALL SEC-
TION LESS RTY
0 0 1 3 6 4 1 / 2 4 - 3 5 - 1 0 0 - 0 0 1 ;
RICHTER/PRITZKAU, TYLER J & KIM-
BERLY A, S35, T2N, R11E, Black Hills
Meridian, TRACT B OF NW1/4
0013500/23-20-300-001; RITCHIE,
DONALD G, S20, T2N, R10E, Black Hills
Meridian, SW1/4 LESS RTY
0013831/27-26-200-002; RIVER COUN-
TRY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, S26,
T2N, R14E, Black Hills Meridian, GL 5-6;
E1/2NE1/4; GL 7-8; NE1/4SE1/4
0051794/57-24-100-002; ROBERT-
SON/ROBERTSON, CRAIG & JUSTIN,
S24, T1S, R10E, Black Hills Meridian,
ALL LESS TRACT 1 OF MAY SUB, LESS
THAT POT OF NE1/4 LYING N OF E
HWY 44, & LESSROW
0052051/21-15-100-010; ROBSON,
MARC W, S15, T2N, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2SE1/4NW1/4;
W1/2SW1/4NE1/4
0015120/21-22-300-002; ROSKAM, VIR-
GIL D & LA, S22, T2N, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, S1/2SE1/4SE1/4NW1/4;
S 1 / 2 N 1 / 2 S E 1 / 4 S E 1 / 4 N W1 / 4 ;
NE1/4SW1/4
0047674/63-24-400-001; RULAND,
LARRY & LENORA, S24, T1S, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4
0054446/63-13-400-001; RULAND,
TODD J & SHAUN J, S13, T1S, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4
0016153/70-21-100-001; RUSHMORE
RESORT & CAMPGROUND INC, S21,
T2S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
W1/2NW1/4
0062075/38-15-100-008; RYPKEMA,
MARTY A & MICHAEL C, S15, T1N,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4NW1/4
LESS HOUK'S SUB LESS RR & HWY 44
ROW; THAT PART OF N1/2NE1/4
SOUTH OF HWY 44 & RR ROW
0017615/95-12-300-001; SAMPSON,
JERRY J & PATRICIA, S12, T4S, R17E,
Black Hills Meridian, GL 1-2;
SE1/4NW1/4; NW1/4SW1/4
0013415/56-12-200-001; SANDERS ES-
TATE, M JOANN; OLSON, ROSS PER-
SONAL REP, S12, T1S, R09E, Black
Hills Meridian, E1/2E1/2
0014050/29-35-300-001; SAWVELL,
DALE & JACQUELIN H, S35, T2N,
R16E, Black Hills Meridian, S1/2 LESS
ROW
0010074/46-02-300-002; SAWVELL,
DON R & MARCIA C, S02, T1N, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2SW1/4
0012318/62-09-100-001; SCHAACK,
CLAY & HOLLY, S09, T1S, R15E, Black
Hills Meridian, ALL LESS ROW
0019490/23-26-400-001; SCHAAF,
ROBERT C & DEBORAH L, S26, T2N,
R10E, Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4 LESS
HWY RTY IN NE1/4SE1/4 & LESSCO
RD ROW
0047739/21-23-300-003; SCHAMBER
REV TRUST, THEODORE W &
MARTHA A, S23, T2N, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, BAL W1/2SE1/4 LESS LOT H7;
SW1/4 LESS LOT H6 & LESS ROW
0009875/44-02-400-002; SCHELL,
TERRY D & LARRY L, S02, T1N, R14E,
Black Hills Meridian, GL 6-11;
SE1/4NE1/4; SE1/4SW1/4; NE1/4SE1/4;
S1/2SE1/4; LESS HWY & RR ROW
0055840/68-23-200-008; SCHERRER,
SALLY J, MS #1923, ALL (INCLUDING
CLARA BELLE LODE, BRANITELODE,
TINNER LODE, TINNER #1 & #2,
MATCHLESS LODE, MATCHLESS #1,
#4, #5 & #6, H
0010205/47-14-100-001; SCHREIBER,
LAWRENCE E & LORETTA J, S14, T1N,
R17E, Black Hills Meridian, ALL LESS
ROW
0056585/33-17-200-005; SCHUELKE,
GEROLD, S17, T1N, R03E, Black Hills
Meridian, N1/2NE1/4; SW1/4NE1/4;
NE1/4NW1/4
0041835/41-23-200-001; SCOTT REVO-
CABLE LIVING TRUST, SCOTT W;
SCOTT REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST,
LENORA A, S23, T1N, R11E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2; SE1/4NW1/4;
E1/2SW1/4; LESS ROW
0015997/68-09-200-001; SCULL/BAUM-
GARTNER-SCULL, S09, T2S, R04E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2NE1/4;
E1/2SE1/4
0015565/77-08-100-001; SEALINE, KIM-
BERLY K, S08, T2S, R13E, Black Hills
Meridian, ALL LESS ROW
0056360/37-19-100-002; SELADOR
RANCHES INC, S19, T1N, R07E, Black
Hills Meridian, ALL EXCEPT THAT
TRACT OF LAND LOCATED INTHE SE
CORNER BEING 33.01' X 233'
0042861/11-07-200-001; SHEARER,
GLENDON & GILBERT L, S07, T3N,
R15E, Black Hills Meridian, GL 5-6;
NE1/4
0016447/11-18-100-001; SHEARER,
GRANT Y & JODEE M, S18, T3N, R15E,
Black Hills Meridian, ALL SECTION
0016455/11-23-100-001; SHEARER,
GREG & LORI L, S23, T3N, R15E, Black
Hills Meridian, ALL SECTION
0040488/29-17-300-001; SHEARER,
GREGORY L & LORI L, S17, T2N,
R16E, Black Hills Meridian, W1/2SW1/4;
W1/2W1/2E1/2SW1/4
0055491/39-13-200-005; SHEETS,
PAUL & TERI, S13, T1N, R09E, Black
Hills Meridian, SW1/4NE1/4
0038524/72-19-100-001; SHORB, BILL
B, S19, T2S, R08E, Black Hills Meridian,
TRACT W OF LOT 1 OF NW1/4NW1/4
0016325/72-19-300-003; SHORB, CLIF-
FORD W & MARY H, S19, T2S, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, LOT 3 OF
SW1/4SW1/4
0049116/72-19-300-005; SHORB,
JOANNE, Shorb Sub, Lot 1
0059010/72-18-100-002; SHORB,
WADE A & BRIDGET L, S18, T2S,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4NW1/4
0044494/22-29-400-003; SHULL,
GAROLD R, S29, T2N, R09E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2SW1/4SE1/4; SE1/4SE1/4
0016534/12-15-100-001; SHULL, KATH-
LEEN J, S15, T3N, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, PT E1/2NW1/4; W1/2NW1/4
0019386/12-10-300-001; SHULL,
ROGER, S10, T3N, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2SW1/4, W1/2SE1/4
0014083/30-10-300-001; SIELER, DEN-
NIS D & KAY M, S10, T2N, R17E, Black
Hills Meridian, S1/2 LESS ROW
0040100/23-31-200-001; SIMMONS,
BRUCE L & ROSE M, S31, T2N, R10E,
Black Hills Meridian, E1/2E1/2
0013731/26-19-100-001; SIMON,
NORMA E, S19, T2N, R13E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4, E1/2NW1/4,
N1/2SE1/4, LOT 1-4, E1/2SW1/4,
SW1/4SE1/4, LESS N297' OF W330',
LESS ROW
0019808/38-13-100-001; SJERVEN
TRUSTEE, DOLORES, S13, T1N, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, NW1/4NW1/4 (IN-
CLUDING LOT A) LESS ROW
0046144/21-34-400-004; SLATHAR,
LORI A & JEFF, S34, T2N, R08E, Black
Hills Meridian, SE1/4SE1/4
0014636/20-13-100-004; SMITH,
LARRY R & SHIRLEY A, S13, T2N,
R07E, Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4NW1/4
0045009/54-32-300-010; SMITH/HIN-
SON, RON S & PATSY J, S32, T1S,
R07E, Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4SW1/4
0045927/38-08-276-011; SNYDER,
DAVID D & LORAE, S08, T1N, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, NW1/4SE1/4NE1/4
0010116/46-20-100-001; SORENSEN,
JEFFREY S, S20, T1N, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, N1/2, N1/2SE1/4, SE1/4SE1/4,
LESS ROW
0053090/83-14-400-002; STEEN, CE-
CELIA M, S14, T3S, R12E, Black Hills
Meridian, NW1/4SE1/4
0009853/43-30-100-001; STOVER,
DAVID D & MARILYN E, S30, T1N,
R13E, Black Hills Meridian, PARCEL B
OF N1/2N1/2
0009812/43-19-100-001; STOVER, TIM-
OTHY N & SHEILA A, S19, T1N, R13E,
Black Hills Meridian, LOT 1-3;
E1/2NW1/4, NE1/4SW1/4, LESS ROW
0055583/39-29-300-009; STROMER,
MERLIN P & GLORIA R, S29, T1N,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian, THAT PT OF
NW1/4 S OF RR ROW LESS RIVER
RANCH ADD; THAT PT OF S1/ 2NE1/4
S OF RR ROW; SW1/4SW1/4;
E1/2SW1/4 LESS BACK COUNTRY SUB
LESS ROW; W1/2S E1/4 LESS BACK
COUNTRY SUB & LESS ROW;
NE1/4SE1/4 LESS S198' LESS LOT 1
0052633/22-15-200-002; STUARD,
GARY W & ANNA M, S15, T2N, R09E,
Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4NE1/4 LESS
S60'; E173' OF NW1/4NE1/4 LESS S60'
0056279/19-35-326-005; STUCK, TERRI
L, Cambridge Sub, TRACT A
0010982/37-14-400-002; STUMER,
NEVA I, S14, T1N, R07E, Black Hills
Meridian, UNPLATTED S1/2S1/2SE1/4
0060054/23-19-100-005; STYLES, JER-
ALD E & KATHY L, S19, T2N, R10E,
Black Hills Meridian, W1/2NW1/4NE1/4;
E1/2NE1/4NW1/4
0013850/27-33-100-002; SUNDQUIST,
ORRIN M & ZELLA A, S33, T2N, R14E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2N1/2
0054207/56-21-200-003; SWART-
WOOD, SHANE W & SHERI B, S21,
T1S, R09E, Black Hills Meridian,
NE1/4NE1/4
0039522/52-22-302-001; SWIFT,
RICHARD L & JUDITH A, S22, T1S,
R05E, Black Hills Meridian,
0000614RAPID CITY PLACER MS 614
ANDERSON TRACT 3 REVISED LESS
LOT H-1 (ALSO IN SECTIONS 21,27,28)
0015665/78-17-100-001; TALTY, JAMES
L, S17, T2S, R14E, Black Hills Meridian,
N1/2 LESS RTY, N1/2SW1/4
0013629/24-32-126-001; TAYLOR, BEV-
ERLY J, S32, T2N, R11E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4NW1/4 LESS RTY
0013001/53-13-400-002; TAYLOR,
ROMA L, S13, T1S, R06E, Black Hills
Meridian, GL 5-8
0041109/83-03-200-001; THORSON,
DONALD R & JOAN, S03, T3S, R12E,
Black Hills Meridian, GL 1; SE1/4NE1/4;
N33' OF NE1/4SE1/4; E150' OF N33' OF
NW1/4SE1/4; E150' OF S300' OF
SW1/4NE1/4
0019683/21-16-300-002; TIBBETTS,
SHANNON E & PATRICIA J, Tibbetts
Sub, Lot 1
0054662/72-09-400-002; TILTRUM,
JAMES D & PAMELA, S09, T2S, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2SE1/4
0017667/04-27-200-001; TRASK,
CASEY J, S27, T5N, R15E, Black Hills
Meridian, N1/2NE1/4; SE1/4NE1/4;
E1/2NW1/4; SW1/4NW1/4; N1/2SW1/4;
GL 1
0013811/27-16-300-002; TRASK, TODD
M, S16, T2N, R14E, Black Hills Meridian,
S1/2SW1/4
0052594/24-36-400-001; TRENARY,
KELLY & JUDY, S36, T2N, R11E, Black
Hills Meridian, S1/2S1/2SE1/4
0052335/26-34-200-004; VENHUIZEN,
MATTHEW G & LAUREL K, S34, T2N,
R13E, Black Hills Meridian, ACRES 2.21,
NE1/4 LESS N470' OF W600' OF
NW1/4NE1/4LESS THAT PT N OF HWY
ROW & LESS ROW; E1/2SE1/4
0009699/42-01-100-001; VOLMER,
LARRY D & FAYE L, S01, T1N, R12E,
Black Hills Meridian, ALL SECTION LESS
ROW
0013707/25-34-100-001; VOLMER,
NEIL A, S34, T2N, R12E, Black Hills
Meridian, NW1/4 LESS ROW (2.04 AC)
0009725/42-13-300-001; VOLMER,
RODNEY J & VICKI B, S13, T1N, R12E,
Black Hills Meridian, SW1/4
0058248/23-30-100-003; W W
RANCHRES LLC, S30, T2N, R10E,
Black Hills Meridian, E1/2W1/2 LESS
ROW; SE1/4LESS ROW; GL 1 LESS
N1/2NW1/4 LESS ROW; GL 2-4 LESS
ROW
0017039/88-02-300-001; WARNER,
RAYMOND L, S02, T3S, R17E, Black
Hills Meridian, SW1/4NW1/4; SW1/4;
SE1/4
0056415/55-27-400-003; WARREN,
DANIEL G & PAULA L, S27, T1S, R08E,
DRED I & DOUGLAS E, S09, T1S,
R04E, Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4SE1/4
LESS NE1/4NE1/4NE1/4SE1/4, LESS
TRACT REINKE & TRACT LITCH, LESS
TIGERVILLE SUBD, & LESS ROW
0056454/57-15-100-002; HAM-
MERQUIST, JERRY J & JANICE C, S15,
T1S, R10E, Black Hills Meridian, W1/2
LESS HAMMERQUIST SUB AND LESS
ROW
0 0 1 6 7 8 8 / 8 4 - 0 7 - 4 0 0 - 0 0 1 ;
HANCOCK/MAXON, S07, T3S, R13E,
Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4
0014607/19-35-251-001; HANSEN,
JOHN S, S35, T2N, R06E, Black Hills
Meridian, W1/2S1/2NE1/4
0 0 1 5 0 5 0 / 2 1 - 1 4 - 4 0 1 - 0 0 2 ;
HANSEN/DEMING, S14, T2N, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2N1/2SE1/4
0046275/22-28-400-003; HARALSON,
JANET C, S28, T2N, R09E, Black Hills
Meridian, SE1/4SE1/4
0013263/54-35-100-001; HARKIN, DAR-
RELL L & MARY L, S35, T1S, R07E,
Black Hills Meridian, W1/2
0010081/46-05-100-001; HARNISCH
LAND TRUST, S05, T1N, R16E, Black
Hills Meridian, GL 1-4; S1/2NW1/4;
SW1/4; LESS ROW
0044006/23-24-200-001; HARRIS,
SHERIN, S24, T2N, R10E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4
0053737/54-10-300-002; HASKELL,
JEFFREY L, S10, T1S, R07E, Black Hills
Meridian, THAT PT OF S1/2NW1/4
LYING E OF HWY 16;THAT PT OF
SW1/4 LYING S & E OF HWY 16
0006669/38-28-200-002; HAUBRICH,
RICHARD A & FRANCES B, Norman
Ranch Sub, Lot 1
0051442/23-19-300-002; HEIDINGER,
CRAIG A & LINDA M, S19, T2N, R10E,
Black Hills Meridian, GL 3 LESS LOT H1;
W1/2NE1/4SW1/4 LESS LOT H1
0015525/76-24-100-001; HEINRICH
RANCH INC, S24, T2S, R12E, Black Hills
Meridian, W1/2, SE1/4, LESS ROW
0046662/76-14-400-003; HEINRICH,
LOWELL, S14, T2S, R12E, Black Hills
Meridian, SE1/4
0017584/94-21-100-001; HEINRICHS,
JERRALD T & JERALDYNE, S21, T4S,
R16E, Black Hills Meridian, GL 1-4 LESS
ROW
0019730/29-14-100-001; HELMS,
ELDEN, S14, T2N, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, NW1/4; S1/2NE1/4, LESS
ROW
0013989/29-12-200-001; HELMS, EU-
GENE W & GLENDA L, S12, T2N, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4,
NE1/4NW1/4, S1/2NW1/4, SW1/4,
N1/2SE1/4, SW1/4SE1/4 LESS ROW
0013983/29-10-100-001; HELMS,
ROBERT E, S10, T2N, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, N1/2 LESS ROW
0040046/55-35-200-001; HENDRICK-
SON, CAROL L, S35, T1S, R08E, Black
Hills Meridian, E1/2, E1/2NW1/4,
E1/2SW1/4 LESS SW1/4SE1/4SW1/4 &
ROW & LESS NW1/4NE1/4SW1/4
0016253/71-21-300-004; HERMANSON,
JAMES L & ILONA K, S21, T2S, R07E,
Black Hills Meridian, N1/2SW1/4 LESS
PART OF HAYWOOD ESTATES;
N1/2SE1/4; THAT PART OF S1/2SW1/4
LYING IN PENNINGTON COUNTY
LESS PART OF HAYWOOD ESTATES &
LESS ROW
0047937/73-15-200-005; HERRINGTON,
GARY P & GEORGE R, S15, T2S, R09E,
Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4
0019511/73-10-100-002; HERRINGTON,
GEORGE R, S10, T2S, R09E, Black Hills
Meridian, S1/2SW1/4NW1/4
0 0 1 1 5 7 4 / 3 8 - 1 4 - 4 0 0 - 0 0 2 ;
HIGGINS/MUMFORD, S14, T1N, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4SE1/4
0009582/40-25-100-001; HILMER
TRUSTEE, DONALD W, S25, T1N,
R10E, Black Hills Meridian, W1/2E1/2,
W1/2, LESS ROW
0046096/40-19-400-003; HILMER,
SAMUEL D, S19, T1N, R10E, Black Hills
Meridian, SE1/4
0061893/19-14-100-013; HILTON,
STEPHEN E & KRISTI L, Palmer Sub,
TRACT A REVISED
0058898/50-16-400-004; HOBART,
NICHOLAS S, S16, T1S, R03E, Black
Hills Meridian, W1/2W1/2NW1/4SE1/4
0017903/03-32-100-001; HOFFMAN,
AUDREY J, S32, T6N, R17E, Black Hills
Meridian, GL 1; SW1/4NW1/4;
E1/2NW1/4; NE1/4; N1/2SW1/4;
SE1/4SW1/4; W1/2SE1/4
0061784/12-09-300-004; HOFFMAN,
ZEB & MEGAN, S09, T3N, R16E, Black
Hills Meridian, SW1/4SW1/4 (SEC LINE
ROW)
0014370/18-07-400-001; HOHN, DAR-
RELL J & LEANNE, S07, T2N, R05E,
Black Hills Meridian, PT OF LOT D IN
THE SE1/4SW1/4 LESS HWY;PT
S1/2SE1/4
0009666/41-21-300-003; HOLLIDAY,
MILFORD E & LORRAINE I, S21, T1N,
R11E, Black Hills Meridian,
S1/2SE1/4SE1/4SW1/4
0042371/38-08-400-009; HOOK/HOOK
CREDIT EQUIVALENT TRUST, S08,
T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian,
SE1/4SE1/4 LESS JEPSEN SUBD
0050826/88-06-100-003; HORTON,
NANCY L, S06, T3S, R17E, Black Hills
Meridian, GL 1; GL 3-5; SE1/4NW1/4;
SE1/4NE1/4
0 0 1 5 8 5 4 / 8 1 - 3 1 - 2 0 0 - 0 0 1 ;
HORTON/HORTON, S31, T2S, R17E,
Black Hills Meridian, ALL LESS ROW
0062061/39-12-300-003; HOWE,
PATRICK B & JEANETTE M, S12, T1N,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian, SW1/4
0052789/39-32-100-003; HOWIE, GOR-
DON & CONSTANCE L, S32, T1N,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian, W1/2;
W1/2NE1/4; SE1/4NE1/4
0016370/73-11-400-001; HOWIE, R C &
KATHY J, S11, T2S, R09E, Black Hills
Meridian, N1/2NE1/4, SE1/4NE1/4,
SE1/4
0045945/21-15-100-004; HUEBNER,
TAMMY L & DONALD J, S15, T2N,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, SW1/4NW1/4
0017613/95-12-200-001; HUETHER,
WAYNE G & MARCIA M, Interior Colony,
Lot 2, LESS H-1; LOT 3-6; LOT 9; LOT
21;LOT A
0017033/87-07-200-001; HUETHER,
WILLIAM K, S07, T3S, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4 LESS ROW; LOT 3
LESS 10 ACRES; LOT 4; E1/2SW1/4
LESS ROW; SE1/4 LESS ROW
0015967/67-22-400-001; HUGHES,
JAMES T, S22, T2S, R03E, Black Hills
Meridian, 0000439HES #439 ALL THAT
PT LOCATED IN PENNINGTON CO
0062121/24-18-400-004; HULM,
TRUSTEES, TERRANCE J & MAR-
DONNA R, S18, T2N, R11E, Black Hills
Meridian, SW1/4SE1/4 (SEC LINE ROW)
0012375/63-01-100-001; HUMPHREY,
DAVE & BILLIE, S01, T1S, R16E, Black
Hills Meridian, S1/2NW1/4, N1/2SW1/4,
LOT 1-3; LESS RTY & HWY
0002389/22-22-100-002; IRELAND,
BUDDY L & PEGGY A, Gebhardt - Ire-
land, TRACT 1
0052517/24-19-100-005; JENSEN, CO-
TRUSTEES, JANICE J & HAROLD L,
S19, T2N, R11E, Black Hills Meridian,
ALL SECTION LESS 3.75 AC OF GL 1,
LESS NOAA SUB, LESS MHP SUB &
LESS ROW
0012179/60-23-300-001; JOBGEN,
DUANE T & CARLA, S23, T1S, R13E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2N1/2; SW1/4;
NW1/4SE1/4; GL 5-8
0062642/85-09-100-004; JOBGEN,
MARVIN, S09, T3S, R14E, Black Hills
Meridian, W1/2NW1/4
0015624/77-33-200-001; JOBGEN,
MARVIN L & KATHY J, S33, T2S, R13E,
Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4
0042622/38-04-301-001; JOHNSON
BAR FIVE RANCH INC, S04, T1N,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, SW1/4NW1/4
LESS ROW; NW1/4SW1/4 LESS LOTA &
LESS ROW
0059214/42-10-200-003; JOHNSON,
ARCHIE L, S10, T1N, R12E, Black Hills
Meridian, N1/2NE1/4
0052288/37-36-400-001; JOHNSON,
FERN Y & ROSS R, S36, T1N, R07E,
Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4
0014064/30-05-200-001; JOHNSON,
JAMES & JEAN A, S05, T2N, R17E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2NE1/4, SE1/4,
LOT 1-2, LESS ROW
0012005/58-01-200-001; JOHNSON,
OLIVER G, S01, T1S, R11E, Black Hills
Meridian, GL 2; E1/2E1/2 OF GL 3;
N E 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 S W 1 / 4 ;
N1/2N1/2NW1/4SE1/4; LESS ROW
0014440/18-36-200-001; JOHNSON,
PAUL D, S36, T2N, R05E, Black Hills
Meridian, W1/2NE1/4 LESS LOT H1 OF
NW1/4NE1/4; NE1/4NW1/4 LESS LTO
H1
0049341/30-35-100-002; JOHNSON,
RICK & WENDY, S35, T2N, R17E, Black
Hills Meridian, N1/2NW1/4
0 0 1 5 0 3 1 / 2 1 - 0 8 - 3 0 0 - 0 0 1 ;
JOHNSON/SCOTT, S08, T2N, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, PT S1/2SW1/4; PT
SW1/4SE1/4
0011847/39-35-200-001; JONES
RANCH/JONES, WALTER H, S35, T1N,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT A OF
N1/2NW1/4; NW1/4NE1/4 LESS
ROW;SW1/4NE1/4 LESS A 300' X 400'
TRACT & LESS ROW; W1/2NE1/4SE1/4
LESS ROW
0045848/22-29-101-006; JULIUS,
DAVID T & CARLA K, Napoli Sub, OUT-
LOT 4 LESS LOT 1
0056533/30-33-400-001; JULSON,
GERALD W & SHARLA N, Julson Sub,
Lot 1
0012055/58-25-300-001; KANESKY
TRUST, EDWARD & BETTY A, S25,
T1S, R11E, Black Hills Meridian, A 5 AC
TRACT IN NE1/4SW1/4 (N400' OF
NE1/4SW1/4 BETWEEN OLD HWY 44 &
CURRENT HWY44)
0 0 1 4 0 3 3 / 2 9 - 2 8 - 1 0 0 - 0 0 1 ;
KANGAS/SIMS, S28, T2N, R16E, Black
Hills Meridian, ALL SECTION LESS
ROW
0010509/34-28-100-008; KAUBISCH
FAMILY RANCH LLC, S28, T1N, R04E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2SW1/4NE1/4;
W1/2SW1/4NW1/4; SE1/4SW1/4NW1/4;
S1/2SE1/4NW1/4
0045105/39-35-400-005; KAUL, KATH-
LEEN M, S35, T1N, R09E, Black Hills
Meridian, PT OF S1/2SE1/4 LYING S OF
HWY LESS ROW & LESS TRACT A,
WIESE ADDN
0016668/13-28-300-001; KEIL, CONNIE
R, S28, T3N, R17E, Black Hills Meridian,
S1/2NE1/4, S1/2
0013195/54-19-300-005; KIEFFER,
MARK M & PAM I, S19, T1S, R07E,
Black Hills Meridian, GL 4 LESS ROW;
SE1/4SW1/4 & SW1/4SE1/4 LYING S
OF CO RD LESS ROW
0054867/39-35-200-007; KILBER,
LINDA R, S35, T1N, R09E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2NE1/4 LESS
N W 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 S E 1 / 4 N E 1 / 4 ;
E1/2NE1/4SE1/4
0013961/28-35-300-001; KITTERMAN,
STUART L & SHIRLEY I, S35, T2N,
R15E, Black Hills Meridian, SW1/4
0010192/47-07-100-001; KJERSTAD
FARM PARTNERSHIP, S07, T1N, R17E,
Black Hills Meridian, LOT 1-4;
E1/2NW1/4, E1/2SW1/4, SE1/4, LESS
ROW
0057975/47-23-400-003; KJERSTAD
LIVESTOCK PARTNERSHIP, S23, T1N,
R17E, Black Hills Meridian, ALL LESS
IKE RANCHES SUB
0010198/47-10-100-001; KJERSTAD,
FLOYD A, S10, T1N, R17E, Black Hills
Meridian, W1/2NE1/4, NW1/4, S1/2,
LESS ROW
0017859/01-36-300-001; KJERSTAD,
LENDEN J, S36, T6N, R15E, Black Hills
Meridian, S1/2 LESS ROW
0008178/64-06-101-001; KJERSTAD,
THEODORE J, S06, T1S, R17E, Black
Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED GL 3-4; PT
OF GL 5 N OF C&NW RR ROW
0059509/47-11-100-002; KJERSTAD,
TRUSTEES, LEONARD L & ROSE E,
S11, T1N, R17E, Black Hills Meridian,
ALL
0011761/39-18-200-001; KLAPPERICH
RANCH LLLP, S18, T1N, R09E, Black
Hills Meridian, NE1/4; E1/2NW1/4; GL1
LESS LOT A & LESSROW; GL2 LESS
ROW; E1/2SW1/4; SE1/4; GL3 LESS
LOT 5 & LESS ROW; GL4 LESS LOT 5
0049717/22-13-400-001; KLUEBER
FAMILY IRREVOCABLE TRUST, S13,
T2N, R09E, Black Hills Meridian, S1867'
OF THE E1867' OF SE1/4
0045605/39-06-400-002; KLUEBER,
EDWARD D, S06, T1N, R09E, Black Hills
Meridian, SE1/4 LESS RC AIRPORT
SUBD #4
0009617/41-02-100-002; KNECHT, KEN-
NETH G, S02, T1N, R11E, Black Hills
Meridian, GL 3-4 LESS RTY & LESS
1.57AC IN NW1/4NW1/4; S1/2NW1/4
0051774/22-15-300-006; KNODEL,
MARK A, S15, T2N, R09E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2NE1/4SW1/4;
S1/2SW1/4SW1/4 LESS S370' OF W400'
& LESS ROW; E1/2SE1/4SW1/4;
SW1/4SE1/4SW1/4
0013588/24-24-200-001; KNUPPE,
HOWARD L & DELORES J, S24, T2N,
R11E, Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4,
N1/2SE1/4, SE1/4SE1/4, LESS ROW
0009576/40-23-200-001; KNUPPE, RAY
D & SHIRLEY J, S23, T1N, R10E, Black
Hills Meridian, E1/2 LESS ROW
0013709/25-35-100-001; KOCH, KEVIN
L & SHIRLEY M, S35, T2N, R12E, Black
Hills Meridian, W1/2NW1/4,
W1/2E1/2NW1/4, LESS ROW
0013675/25-20-300-001; KOCH, LAV-
ERN & SUZANNE, S20, T2N, R12E,
Black Hills Meridian, SW1/4
0013522/23-29-100-001; KOPP,
WILLIAM E & MARIE J, S29, T2N,
R10E, Black Hills Meridian, ALL SEC-
TION LESS RD ROW & LESS RR ROW
0010427/33-18-200-001; KRAMER,
LINDA J, S18, T1N, R03E, Black Hills
Meridian, N1/2NE1/4 LYING EAST CO
RD
0017621/95-15-100-001; KRUSE,
CHARLES A & ELIZABETH A, S15,
T4S, R17E, Black Hills Meridian, GL 1-3;
W1/2NE1/4, NW1/4, N1/2SW1/4,
NW1/4SE1/4
0038694/95-07-300-001; KRUSE,
DANIEL W & ADELE H, S07, T4S,
R17E, Black Hills Meridian, W1/2NE1/4
LESS ROW; NE1/4NW1/4; GL 1-7 LESS
ROW; E1/2SW1/4; NW1/4SE1/4
0058650/95-14-100-003; KRUSE,
PHILIP J, S14, T4S, R17E, Black Hills
Meridian, GL 1-4; N1/2NE1/4;
SE1/4NE1/4; NW1/4; N1/2SW1/4;
SW1/4SW1/4
0011772/39-19-100-003; KUHARSKI,
MARGARET J, S19, T1N, R09E, Black
Hills Meridian, LOT A OF LOT 1;
NW1/4NE1/4; PT NE1/4NW1/4
0047219/41-31-100-002; L & S FARMS,
INC, S31, T1N, R11E, Black Hills Merid-
ian, ALL LESS LOT H1 & LESS LOT H2
0012213/61-02-100-001; LAKNER,
GLEN E & CAROL J, S02, T1S, R14E,
Black Hills Meridian, N1/2 LESS ROW
0062324/38-15-400-002; LAMB, DAVID
S, S15, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian,
SW1/4NE1/4; THAT PT OF
W1/2SE1/4NE1/4 LYING S OF HWY 44;
E 1 / 2 W 1 / 2 N E 1 / 4 S W 1 / 4 ;
E1/2NE1/4SW1/4; W1/2SE1/4;
W1/2E1/2SE1/4
0049035/23-16-300-003; LANTIS,
MARK A, S16, T2N, R10E, Black Hills
Meridian, SE1/4SW1/4
0054281/54-32-100-017; LARSON,
GERALD R & ELLY, S32, T1S, R07E,
Black Hills Meridian,
E 1 / 2 N W 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 N W 1 / 4 ;
S W 1 / 4 N W / 1 4 N W 1 / 4 ;
NW1/4SW1/4NW1/4; S1/2SW1/4NW1/4;
SE1/4NW1/4
0054869/39-13-200-001; LARSON,
GREGORY G & SHERRIE D, S13, T1N,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian, NW1/4NE1/4
0051431/56-10-100-007; LAUGHLIN
SR, ROBERT A & SUSAN K, S10, T1S,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian, NW1/4NW1/4
0013309/55-15-100-001; LAZY HE
RANCH LLC, S15, T1S, R08E, Black
Hills Meridian, N1/2, SW1/4,
NE1/4SE1/4, S1/2SE1/4 LESS RTY
0012192/60-28-400-004; LEBRUN,
WILLIAM E & DOROTHY J, S28, T1S,
R13E, Black Hills Meridian, GL 5-7
0015589/77-18-400-001; LEHRKAMP,
MICHAEL C & JOLEEN M, S18, T2S,
R13E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT 1 OF
SE1/4NE1/4; E1/2SE1/4
0015612/77-28-300-001; LEHRKAMP,
MICHAEL C & JOLEEN M, S28, T2S,
R13E, Black Hills Meridian, E1/2NE1/4,
SW1/4NE1/4, S1/2NW1/4, S1/2
0010762/36-09-178-001; LICHT, JON &
LINDA K, S09, T1N, R06E, Black Hills
Meridian, LOT 1 OF TRACT A
SE1/4NW1/4
0051781/71-01-300-003; LINDBLOM,
DAVID & STARLA, S01, T2S, R07E,
Black Hills Meridian, NW1/4SW1/4;
E1/2SW1/4
0054399/39-13-300-002; LINDEMAN,
ROBERT & PATRICIA, S13, T1N, R09E,
Black Hills Meridian, NW1/4SW1/4
0047225/39-07-300-005; LIPPERT,
LORIN L & DEBRA D, S07, T1N, R09E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2 OF GOV'T LOT
3 (AKA S1/2NW1/4SW1/4)LESS
S1/2SW1/4NW1/4SW1/4
0 0 1 0 2 1 2 / 4 7 - 1 7 - 1 0 0 - 0 0 1 ;
LYNCH/LYNCH, S17, T1N, R17E, Black
Hills Meridian, NW1/4NW1/4
0009999/45-08-100-001; LYTLE,
WINONA M, S08, T1N, R15E, Black Hills
Meridian, W1/2E1/2, W1/2, LESS ROW
0019487/73-23-100-001; M AND H RYP-
KEMA FAMILY RANCHING LLP, S23,
T2S, R09E, Black Hills Meridian, ALL EX-
CEPT PART IN CUSTER COUNTY &
LESSROW
0012081/59-03-400-001; MADER,
JERRY C & DELLA M, S03, T1S, R12E,
Black Hills Meridian, N1/2SE1/4, LOT 1-
4, LESS ROW
0051788/42-34-200-002; MADER,
MICHAEL R, S34, T1N, R12E, Black Hills
Meridian, NE1/4; S1/2SE1/4
0056181/19-23-200-005; MADISON
TRUST/MADISON TRUST, S23, T2N,
R06E, Black Hills Meridian, S1/2NE1/4
0057467/23-18-300-003; MADSEN,
KENNETH N & CYNTHIA F, S18, T2N,
R10E, Black Hills Meridian, GL 2-4
0045593/38-28-400-005; MAGHER-
AMORE LLC, S28, T1N, R08E, Black
Hills Meridian, SW1/4SE1/4; A STRIP OF
LAND 1320' E & W & 99' N & S LYING
ALONG THE S BORDER OF
NW1/4SE1/4; THAT PT OF SE1/4SE1/4
LYING
0011966/57-17-200-001; MARSH HERE-
FORD RANCH, INC, S17, T1S, R10E,
Black Hills Meridian, E1/2 LESS ROW
0009573/40-22-200-001; MARTI,
LLOYD A, S22, T1N, R10E, Black Hills
Meridian, E1/2, E1/2SW1/4, LESS ROW
0012767/51-22-400-001; MARTINSON,
JANA R & JAMES L, S22, T1S, R04E,
Black Hills Meridian, 0000097HES #97
ALL
0015590/77-19-100-001; MAUDE FAM-
ILY TRUST, WARD M, S19, T2S, R13E,
Black Hills Meridian, N1/2 LESS LOT H-
1 & LESS ROW
0015480/76-11-100-004; MAUDE,
CHARLES K, S11, T2S, R12E, Black
Hills Meridian, W1/2NE1/4, GL 4,
S1/2NW1/4, N1/2SE1/4, LESS ROW
0052981/42-02-100-002; MAYNARD,
DEL S & MARLA K, S02, T1N, R12E,
Black Hills Meridian, GL 3
0014028/29-26-100-001; MCDONNELL,
STEVE & TERRY, S26, T2N, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, ALL SECTION
0054247/22-20-426-002; MCGRIFF,
JAMES F & MARY I, S20, T2N, R09E,
Black Hills Meridian, BAL E1/2SW1/4;
BAL SE1/4 LESS ROW & LESSLOT H2
0060134/28-01-300-001; MCKAY,
CLEONE L, S01, T2N, R15E, Black Hills
Meridian, GL 1-2; SW1/4NE1/4; SW1/4;
S 1 / 2 N 1 / 2 N W 1 / 4 S E 1 / 4 ;
S1/2NW1/4SE1/4; SW1/4SE1/4;
E1/2SE1/4
0058203/55-20-100-003; MCMAHON,
JOHN A, S20, T1S, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, S1/2NW1/4; NW1/4NE1/4
LESS LOTS H5,H6,&H7; LOT 2 OF
SE1/4SW1/4 LESS LOT H2
0049659/55-17-100-002; MCMAHON,
THERESA E, S17, T1S, R08E, Black
Hills Meridian, W1/2NE1/4 LESS LOT H1
& LOT H2; NW1/4; NE1/4SW1/4;
S1/2SW1/4; NW1/4SE1/4 LESS LOT H1
& LOT H2
0049507/72-08-100-003; MEAD, AL-
ICJA T, S08, T2S, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, LOT 1 & 3; N1/2NW1/4 LESS
LOT H1
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Pennington County List of Exempt
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S77.5' OF E5' OF LOT 29 & S77.5' OF
LOT30-32
0043960/37-01-358-016; FIRST
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE OF RC,
Flormann, BLOCK 27, Lot 31 - 33
0055187/70-08-231-014; FIRST CON-
GREGATIONAL CHURCH, Original
Town Of Keystone, BLOCK 9, Lot 17,
LOT 18R, LOT 19R, LOT 20R
0055251/70-08-231-016; FIRST CON-
GREGATIONAL CHURCH OF KEYST,
Original Town Of Keystone, BLOCK 9,
S1/2 LOT 16
0020757/37-02-259-009; FIRST CON-
GREGATIONAL CHURCH OF R C,
Boulevard Addn, BLOCK 30, LOT 6-20
OF SUB DIV OF LOT 13 BLK 30 BLVD
ADDN
0039140/37-02-401-001; FIRST CON-
GREGATIONAL CHURCH OF R C,
Boulevard Addn, BLOCK 31, LOT C OF
REPLAT OF LOT 13
0023664/37-02-327-001; FIRST CON-
GREGATIONAL CHURCH OF R C, For-
est Hills, BLOCK 3, ALL
0060915/38-19-103-001; FIRST EVAN-
GELICAL FREE CHURCH OF RAPID
CITY SOUTH DAKOTA, North 80 Sub,
Lot 2
0052894/63-06-232-006; FIRST EVAN-
GELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, Origi-
nal Town Of Wall, BLOCK 5, Lot 14 - 16
0052899/37-01-111-009; FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH, Original Town Of
Rapid City, BLOCK 104, Lot 10 - 16
0037631/37-01-111-003; FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH, Original Town Of
Rapid City, BLOCK 104, Lot 8 - 9
0028131/37-16-202-025; FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH OF RC,
Parkridge Village, BLOCK 3, Lot 24
0031785/37-12-107-007; FOUNDATION
FOR ORTHODOXY, South Boulevard,
BLOCK 17, Lot 1 - 2
0025433/20-32-404-003; FREE
METHODIST CHURCH, Marcoe Heights
#1, BLOCK 4, Lot 1 - 3
0025419/20-32-404-004; FREE
METHODIST CHURCH, Marcoe Heights
#1, BLOCK 3, Lot 12
0025418/20-32-404-005; FREE
METHODIST CHURCH, Marcoe Heights
#1, BLOCK 3, Lot 11, LESS E25'
0053275/53-14-427-014; GRACE BIBLE
CHURCH OF THE BLACK HILL, Strat-
meyer Addn, Lot 1, REVISED
0014639/20-13-100-002; GRACE RE-
FORMED CHURCH R C U S, S13, T2N,
R07E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT 1-2 OF
NW1/4NW1/4
0047771/21-24-301-009; HARVEST
TIME FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURC,
S24, T2N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian,
PLATTED LOT A-1 IN TRACT 2 OF
TRACT A IN N1/2SW1/4 (S OF I-90)
0031081/21-31-308-004; HOPE CHRIS-
TIAN REFORMED CHURCH, Schnasse,
BLOCK 17, Lot 18 - 25
0017279/08-32-200-001; IMANUEL
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH,
S32, T4N, R16E, Black Hills Meridian,
LOT A IN NE1/4NE1/4
0058049/20-24-102-026; INSTITUTE
FOR MINISTRY DEVELOPMENT INC,
Tyler Knue Sub, BLOCK 4, Lot 9
0045149/21-31-476-007; INTERNA-
TIONAL CHURCH OF THE
FOURSQUA, Buckingham Addn, Lot 2
0024697/21-30-376-021; KNOLLWOOD
BAPTIST CHURCH INC, Knollwood
Heights, BLOCK 4, S1/2 OF LOT 23 &
ALL OF 24-25
0024686/21-30-376-012; KNOLLWOOD
BAPTIST CHURCH INC, Knollwood
Heights, BLOCK 4, LOT 1 & 2 & S1/2 OF
LOT 3
0027596/21-31-126-010; KNOLLWOOD
BAPTIST CHURCH, INC, Nowlin &
Wood Replat, BLOCK 32, W32' OF 16 &
E32' OF LOT 17
0064267/21-31-126-038; KNOLLWOOD
HGTS UNITED METHODIST CH, Nowlin
& Wood Replat, BLOCK 32, S16' OF LOT
27; ALL LOT 28-33R
0026751/20-25-351-003; LIBERTY BAP-
TIST TABERNACLE, Northern Heights,
BLOCK 16, Lot 3R
0044522/20-25-351-002; LIBERTY BAP-
TIST TABERNACLE, Northern Heights,
BLOCK 16, Lot 4, REVISED
0045019/37-35-200-007; LIBERTY BAP-
TIST TABERNACLE, High View Sub,
TRACT 14
0031667/37-12-105-011; LIGHTHOUSE
EVANGELISTIC TEMPLE, South Boule-
vard, BLOCK 4, Lot 24 - 36
0038066/52-30-351-018; LITTLE WHITE
CHURCH, Triangle Placer, MS 729, LOT
4 OF TRACT C
0053080/52-30-354-011; LITTLE WHITE
CHURCH, THE, Original Town Of Hill
City, BLOCK 6, Lot C
0008090/52-30-351-016; LITTLE WHITE
CHURCH, THE, Pond Addn, LOT C OF
TRACT C IN TRIANGLE PLACER MS
#729
0004365/52-30-351-017; LITTLE WHITE
CHURCH, THE, Lulu Placer Addn, Lot 21
- 22
0042624/38-09-128-001; LORD OF LIFE
LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA, S09, T1N,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PART OF
TRACT D LOCATED IN NE1/4NW1/4
0042623/38-04-382-001; LORD OF LIFE
LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA, S04, T1N,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED
PART OF TRACT D LOCATED IN
SE1/4SW1/4
0018788/63-05-104-010; METHODIST
CHURCH, THE, Hustead's 2nd Addn,
BLOCK 1, Lot 13 - 15
0047201/20-25-382-011; OUR RE-
DEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH OF
RAPI, Northern Heights, BLOCK 1, Lot 3
0025867/20-36-205-005; OUR RE-
DEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH OF
RAPI, Millard, BLOCK 9, Lot 24 - 38
0003129/52-30-304-012; OUR SAV-
IOR'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, Original
Town Of Hill City, BLOCK 11, E50' OF
LOT 18-23
0052967/37-12-232-017; PEACE
LUTHERAN CHURCH, South Park,
BLOCK 11, Lot 26 - 28
0052966/37-12-232-016; PEACE
LUTHERAN CHURCH, South Park,
BLOCK 11, Lot 7 - 25
0006752/24-29-351-005; PRAIRIE BAP-
TIST CHURCH, S29, T2N, R11E, Black
Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT O OF
TRACT L OF SW1/4SW1/4 LESS W10'
0035068/37-01-153-008; PRIESTLY
FRATERNITY OF ST PETER, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 115, Lot 21 -
22
0035415/37-23-151-001; R C ASSEM-
BLY OF GOD TABERNACLE, S23, T1N,
R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED
LOT A OF NW1/4NW1/4, LOT A OF
SW1/4NW1/4, LOT B OF NW1/4NW1/4
& LOT C OF SW1/4NW1/4
0043961/37-01-358-017; RAPID CITY
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE, Flor-
mann, BLOCK 27, Lot 34 - 36
0060863/37-01-182-014; RAPID CITY
COLUMBIAN CLUB INC, Knights of
Columbus Sub, Lot B
0057051/20-26-476-014; RAPID CITY
CONGREGATION OF JEHOVAHS,
Morningside, BLOCK 7, Lot 1, REVISED
0027043/20-36-180-011; RAPID CITY
KOREAN CHURCH INC, North Rapid,
BLOCK 20, Lot 6 - 7
0052903/38-09-206-016; RAPID VAL-
LEY BAPTIST CH, Johnson School Sub,
BLOCK 3, LOT 3 & 4 OF LOT 1
0003666/38-09-206-004; RAPID VAL-
LEY BAPTIST CHURCH, Johnson
School Sub, BLOCK 3, LOT 2 OF LOT 1
0003672/38-09-206-005; RAPID VAL-
LEY BAPTIST CHURCH, Johnson
School Sub, BLOCK 3, LOT 8-9 OF LOT
1
0005425/38-03-355-011; RAPID VAL-
LEY FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH, Mack
Sub, LOT I OF BLOCK 2 OF LOT 6 LESS
N80'
0011581/38-15-200-003; RAPID VAL-
LEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH,
S15, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian,
LOT A IN NE1/4
0043614/19-31-477-001; RIMROCK
EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH, S31,
T2N, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT 2
REVISED OF LOT A REVISED OF
SE1/4SE1/4
0043510/16-14-451-901; ROCHFORD
CHAPEL, S14, T2N, R03E, Black Hills
Meridian, BLL ON SW1/4SE1/4 WEST
OF ROAD
0025414/20-32-404-009; SD CONF
ASSN OF 7TH DAY ADVENTIST, Mar-
coe Heights #1, BLOCK 3, Lot 2 - 6
0032011/20-33-326-019; SD CONF
ASSN OF 7TH DAY ADVENTIST, South
Meadowwood, TRACT A
0043622/20-33-326-032; SD CONF
ASSN OF 7TH DAY ADVENTIST, South
Meadowwood, BLOCK 1, Lot 9
0043623/20-33-326-033; SD CONF
ASSN OF 7TH DAY ADVENTIST, South
Meadowwood, BLOCK 1, Lot 10
0038908/35-01-200-901; SD CONF OF
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, S01,
T1N, R05E, Black Hills Meridian, BLL ON
SW1/4NE1/4
0036528/20-33-476-001; SOUTH
CANYON BAPTIST CHURCH OF
RAPID, Owen Mann, BLOCK 3, LOT 9-
11 & LOT 16-18 & TRACTS A & B LESS-
LOTS H-1 & H-2
0027761/20-33-476-002; SOUTH
CANYON BAPTIST CHURCH OF
RAPID, Owen Mann, BLOCK 3, Lot A
0045375/37-04-105-011; SOUTH
CANYON LUTHERAN CHURCH, Brook-
side #3, BLOCK 10, Lot 1 - 6, & N1/2 VAC
W SOUTH ST ADJ TO LOT1
0045374/37-04-105-012; SOUTH
CANYON LUTHERAN CHURCH, Brook-
side #3, BLOCK 10, Lot 7, & N1/2 VAC W
SOUTH ST ADJ
0043923/69-01-200-007; SOUTH
DAKOTA BAPTIST CONVENTION, S01,
T2S, R05E, Black Hills Meridian, S160'
OF W33.5' OF LOT B REVISED OF
SE1/4NE1/4
0061182/69-01-400-007; SOUTH
DAKOTA BAPTIST CONVENTION, S01,
T02S, R05E, Black Hills Meridian,
N1/2N1/2SE1/4 LESS ENGBERG SUB &
LESS T AND J PRICE SUB;
N1/2N1/2S1/2N1/2SE1/4
0043922/69-01-200-008; SOUTH
DAKOTA BAPTIST CONVENTION, S01,
T2S, R05E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT C
OF S1/2NE1/4
0043921/69-01-200-009; SOUTH
DAKOTA BAPTIST CONVENTION, S01,
T2S, R05E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT A
OF S1/2NE1/4
0051635/20-25-379-013; SOUTH
DAKOTA SYNOD EVANGELICAL
LUTHE, Northern Heights, BLOCK 6, Lot
1, OF LOT A
0052910/37-12-129-019; SOUTH PARK
COMMUNITY CHURCH, South Boule-
vard, BLOCK 19, Lot 1 - 8, LOT 41-48;
VAC ALLEY BETWEEN LOTS 1-7 &
LOTS 42-48
0023108/38-07-476-004; SOUTH SIDE
CHURCH OF CHRIST, THE, Fellowship
Addn, Lot 2
0042738/37-04-276-001; ST ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH, INC, S04, T1N,
R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED
LOT 1R OF LOT 1 & PT VACATED
WEST SOUTHSTREET
0007315/63-06-235-010; ST PATRICKS
OF WALL, Original Town Of Wall,
BLOCK 7, Lot 7
0052911/38-18-126-010; ST PAUL'S
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURC,
Robbinsdale #8, BLOCK 2, LOT A; LOT
16
0044510/52-30-302-026; ST ROSE OF
LIMA CHURCH, Original Town Of Hill
City, BLOCK 1, Lot 29 - 30R, & VAC
ALLEY ADJ TO SAID LOTS
0025605/20-33-303-001; SYNAGOGUE
OF THE HILLS, Meadowwood, TRACT D
EXC FOR N60'
0043904/36-09-300-005; SYNOD OF S
D OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CH, Big
Bend Placer MS 1442, LOT A1, B-C
(ALSO SEC 8 & 16)
0043902/36-09-300-004; SYNOD OF S
D OF UNITED PRESBYTERIAN, Fort
Meade Placer MS 244, LOT D (ALSO
SEC 8 & 16)
0048257/22-08-300-012; TEMPLE BAP-
TIST CHURCH, Temple Sub, THAT PT
OF LOT 1 ON PENNINGTON COUNTY
0032196/37-12-230-014; THE FIRST
WESLEYAN CHURCH, South Park,
BLOCK 1, Lot 33 - 34
0052913/37-01-135-007; TRINITY
LUTHERAN CHURCH OF RAPID CIT,
Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 96,
Lot 25 - 32
0038778/37-01-135-004; TRINITY
LUTHERN CHURCH, Original Town Of
Rapid City, BLOCK 96, Lot 17 - 24
0037539/37-01-107-006; TRUSTEES OF
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURC, Origi-
nal Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 93, Lot
25 - 32
0005463/24-31-231-001; UNITED CONG
CHURCH OF NU, Madsen Addn, BLOCK
6, Lot 1
0045526/38-11-352-005; VALLEY COM-
MUNITY CHURCH, Eastern Acres Sub,
BLOCK 1, Lot A, OF LOT 1 & 2 LESS
LOT H1
0052912/63-06-236-017; WALL
METHODIST CHURCH, Original Town Of
Wall, BLOCK 6, Lot 13 - 14
0035263/37-04-276-007; WESTMIN-
STER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, S04,
T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, , PLAT-
TED LOT B OF 3 LESS LOT A
0045908/26-29-300-003; WICKSVILLE
COMMUNITY CHURCH, S29, T2N,
R13E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT 1 & 2 OF
SW1/4SW1/4
0043571/20-33-355-003; WOODHAVEN
CHURCH OF THE CHRISTIAN, Acre
Tract, Lot C, OF LOT 14 EXCEPT S20',
ALL OF LOT15
0035412/37-23-126-002; ZION
LUTHERAN CHURCH OF RAPID CITY,
S23, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian,
PLATTED LOT 1 OF LOT A OF
NE1/4NW1/4
0035414/37-23-126-001; ZION
LUTHERAN CHURCH OF RAPID CITY,
S23, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian,
PLATTED LOT B OF NE1/4NW1/4
0035367/37-14-376-003; ZION
LUTHERAN CHURCH OF RAPID CITY,
S14, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian,
PLATTED LOT D OF SE1/4SW1/4
SDCL 10-4-25
0063365/19-23-400-007; MADISON
TRUST/MADISON TRUST, Madison
Ranch Cemetery, ALL
0055942/37-14-351-004; PINE LAWN
MEMORIAL PARK, INC, S14, T1N,
R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED
LOT A IN THE SW1/4
0010250/47-31-400-001; QUINN CEME-
TERY ASSOC, S31, T1N, R17E, Black
Hills Meridian, PT SW1/4SE1/4
0014273/16-22-300-001; ROCHFORD
CEMETERY CORP, S22, T2N, R03E,
Black Hills Meridian, S1/2SE1/4SW1/4
0014280/16-27-100-001; ROCHFORD
CEMETERY CORP, S27, T2N, R03E,
Black Hills Meridian, N1/2NE1/4NW1/4
0039123/03-25-300-001; ROSE CEME-
TERY ASSOC, S25, T6N, R17E, Black
Hills Meridian, 1 AC SQUARE IN NE
CORNER OF SE1/4SW1/4 &16.5'WIDE
STRIP OF LAND ALONG EAST &
NORTH LINE OF NE1/4SW1/4
0044471/84-04-400-002; SCENIC
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, S04, T3S,
R13E, Black Hills Meridian, CEMETARY
IN PART OF SOUTHWEST CORNER
OFSW1/4SE1/4
0045668/24-29-351-008; UNDERWOOD
CEMETERY ASSOC, Underwood Ceme-
tery, INCLUDING A 20' WIDE DRIVEWAY
LOCATED ADJ TO W & N SIDES OF
SAID CEMETERY
0044511/63-05-300-010; WALL CEME-
TERY ASSOCIATION, Wall Cemetery
Second Addn, Lot 1 - 44, OF BLOCK 1;
LOT 1-58 OF BLOCK 2; LOT 1-28 OF
BLOCK 3; BLOCK 4
0045060/63-05-300-011; WALL CEME-
TERY ASSOCIATION, Wall Cemetery
Third Addn, Lot 1 - 44, LOTS 1-44 BLK A;
LOTS 1-44 BLK B; LOTS 1-44 BLK C;
LOTS 1-44 BLK D; LOTS 1-58 BLK E;
LOTS 1-58 BLK F; LOTS 1-58 BLK G;
LOTS 1-58 BLK H; LOTS 1-2 8 BLK J;
LOTS 1-28 BLK K; LOTS 1-28 BLK L;
LOTS 1-28 BLK M; LOTS 1-40 B
0044512/63-05-300-009; WALL CEME-
TERY ASSOCIATION, S05, T1S, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED PT
NW1/4SW1/4 LESS WALL CEMETERY
SECOND ADDN
SDCL 10-4-13
0049008/37-01-178-016; DLORAH
INC/PROPERTY RENTALS INC, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 107, Lot 1 -
16, LOT 25-28; W1/2 VAC 3RD ST
0049009/37-01-254-026; DLORAH
INC/PROPERTY RENTALS INC, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 108, Lot 1 -
22, LOT 26-32; E1/2 VAC 3RD ST; W1/2
VAC 2ND ST
0049010/37-01-254-027; DLORAH
INC/PROPERTY RENTALS INC, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 109, Lot 7 -
16, E1/2 VAC 2ND ST
0055653/24-31-232-012; EVANGELI-
CAL LUTHERAN GOOD SAMARITAN,
Madsen Addn, BLOCK 9, Lot 5
0055654/24-31-232-013; EVANGELI-
CAL LUTHERAN GOOD SAMARITAN,
Madsen Addn, BLOCK 9, Lot 6
0056977/55-21-476-001; EVENING
LIGHT TABERNACLE, Hills Eagle Sub,
Lot 1
0060117/20-25-428-009; OGLALA
LAKOTA COLLEGE, Marshall Heights,
TRACT LOT L-1BR
0036366/20-25-428-002; OGLALA
LAKOTA COLLEGE/CHURCH OF ST I,
Marshall Heights, TRACT LOT K1-C OF
LOT K-1
0055645/55-18-300-002; RAPID CITY
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION ASSOC, Hart
Ranch Development, TRACT B OF
SPRING CREEK ARENA PARCEL
(ALSO IN SEC 13 T1S R7E)
0050258/20-27-426-017; SOUTH
DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY FOUN-
DATION, Fountain Springs, TRACT G -
BUSINESS PARK
0052901/37-12-326-005; ST ELIZA-
BETH SETON CENTRAL CATHOLIC,
Perpetual Help Sub, TRACT A, B & C
0023058/21-31-405-001; WEST RIVER
FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATIONA,
Feigels Addn, BLOCK 2, ALL OF BLOCK
2
0019369/36-09-151-003; WHEATON
COLLEGE, S09, T1N, R06E, Black Hills
Meridian, LOT 2 OF LOT B OF
SW1/4NW1/4; LOT 3 OF LOT A OF
NW1/4NW1/4; LOT E & LOT F OF
S1/2NW1/4; LOT D OF SW1/4NW1/4;
LOT C & LOT 1 OF LOT C OF N1/2
0005231/36-09-102-001; WHEATON
COLLEGE, TRUSTEES, Fort Meade
Placer MS 244, BAL LOT A
SDCL 10-4-9.3
0038190/37-03-276-901; RAPID CITY
REG HOSP, INC, S03, T1N, R07E, Black
Hills Meridian, PLATTED BLL ON LOT 1
OF SE1/4NE1/4
0020633/37-02-257-010; RAPID CITY
REG HOSP, INC, Boulevard Addn,
BLOCK 21, Lot 1 - 16
0048580/21-31-179-010; RAPID CITY
REG HOSP, INC, Wise's Addn, BLOCK
10, Lot B, (ALSO IN BLK. 11)
0037137/37-12-253-014; RAPID CITY
REG HOSP, INC, South Park, BLOCK
19, Lot 1 - 15
0062837/37-12-376-005; RAPID CITY
REG HOSP, INC,, Regional Hospital,
TRACT I
0031789/37-12-107-003; RAPID CITY
REGIONAL HOSPITAL INC, South
Boulevard, BLOCK 17, Lot 10 - 11
0031788/37-12-107-004; RAPID CITY
REGIONAL HOSPITAL INC, South
Boulevard, BLOCK 17, Lot 7 - 9
0052683/37-12-103-011; RAPID CITY
REGIONAL HOSPITAL INC, South
Boulevard, BLOCK 14, LOT 2 REVISED
OF BLOCK 14-15
SDCL 10-4-39
0060858/38-06-301-901; RAPID CITY
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOUN,
S06, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian,
BLL ON NE1/4SW1/4
SDCL 10-4-9.2
0043236/20-33-152-010; NAJA TEMPLE
A.A.O.N.M.S., Meadowwood, Lot 8, OF
TRACT "B" OF SW1/4NW1/4; LOT 2OF
Black Hills Meridian, NW1/4SE1/4
0 0 1 3 3 1 0 / 5 5 - 1 5 - 4 0 0 - 0 0 1 ;
WARREN/BRADBURY, S15, T1S, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, NW1/4SE1/4
0016693/83-01-200-001; WHITE,
RALPH A, S01, T3S, R12E, Black Hills
Meridian, LOT 1-3; S1/2NE1/4,
SE1/4NW1/4, E1/2SE1/4, SW1/4, LESS
ROW
0011540/38-13-400-001; WILEMAN,
DALE A & MARILYN M, S13, T1N,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, W1/2SE1/4
LESS LOT 1
0014409/18-27-351-001; WILLARD,
ROLLAND W & LAURA J, S27, T2N,
R05E, Black Hills Meridian, BALANCE
OF LOT 5 OF SW1/4SW1/4
0015840/81-24-400-001; WILLIAMS,
GARY L & DEBBRA L, S24, T2S, R17E,
Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4
0040608/44-35-200-001; WILLIAMS,
MYRON J & MARY C, S35, T1N, R14E,
Black Hills Meridian, E1/2 LESS ROW
0054274/32-35-400-002; WILSON, JON
D & BARBARA J, S35, T1N, R02E,
Black Hills Meridian, 0000520HES #520
ALL (AKA TRACTS A & B OF HES 520)
& THATPORTION OF E1/2 LOCATED
BETWEEN TRACTSA & B OF HES 520
0013973/29-06-100-001; WINKOW-
ITSCH, ORLIN L, S06, T2N, R16E, Black
Hills Meridian, LOT 1-5, S1/2NE1/4,
SE1/4NW1/4, SE1/4, LESS ROW
0009823/43-21-100-001; WMS CORPO-
RATION, S21, T1N, R13E, Black Hills
Meridian, N1/2NE1/4, NW1/4, SW1/4,
LESS ROW
0012380/63-03-300-001; WOLF,
DARLA, S03, T1S, R16E, Black Hills
Meridian, SW1/4, W1/2SE1/4 LESS RTY
0042996/24-27-300-002; WOLF, IONE,
S27, T2N, R11E, Black Hills Meridian,
S1/2SW1/4 LESS ROW & BURIED
CABLE EASEMENT
0048723/21-19-100-006; WOOD, WES-
LEY W, S19, T2N, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, NW1/4NW1/4
0055373/38-12-200-007; WORK,
DANIEL J & KATHRYN E, S12, T1N,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, NE1/4NE1/4
0051767/21-20-200-005; WULF,
RICHARD G & CINDA L, S20, T2N,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, S1/2NE1/4
0052626/56-18-200-002; YACKLEY,
MICHAEL J & KERMA R, S18, T1S,
R09E, Black Hills Meridian, SE1/4NE1/4
0014125/30-26-100-002; YARDLEY &
CO INC, S26, T2N, R17E, Black Hills
Meridian, N1/2 LESS LOT A & SE1/4 &
LESS ROW
0011771/39-19-200-001; YASMEEN
DREAM LLC, S19, T1N, R09E, Black
Hills Meridian, NE1/4NE1/4; S1/2NE1/4;
1 AC IN NE1/4NW1/4; SE1/4NW1/4; PT
OF NE1/4SW1/4 & PT OF SW1/4SE1/4
LESS LOT H2, BOTH N OF RR;
N1/2SE1/4 INCL. .5 AC FOR SCH IN
SE1/4NE1/4 LESS ROW
0046789/28-06-100-003; YOCUM, JU-
DITH A, S06, T2N, R15E, Black Hills
Meridian, SW1/4NE1/4; SE1/4NW1/4
0016714/83-13-100-001; ZELFER, DEN-
NIS P, S13, T3S, R12E, Black Hills Merid-
ian, ALL SECTION LESS ROW
0047559/54-15-400-008; ZIEGLER, JON
E & LANCEINE, S15, T1S, R07E, Black
Hills Meridian, S1/2SW1/4NE1/4 LESS
ROW; NW1/4SE1/4 LESSROW
0011236/37-32-476-001; ZIMMERMAN
FAMILY TRUST/ZIMMERMAN LIV,
PAUL L & KRI, S32, T1N, R07E, Black
Hills Meridian, SE1/4SE1/4.
Published March 21, 2013, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $506.06.
PENNINGTON
COUNTY
LIST OF EXEMPT PROPERTIES
THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF
PROPERTY DECLARED 100
PERCENT
EXEMPT FOR THE 2013
ASSESSEMENT YEAR.
SDCL 10-4-9
0043650/52-30-306-031; ASSEMBLY
OF GOD CHURCH OF HILL CITY, Orig-
inal Town Of Hill City, BLOCK 2, Lot 46
0043649/52-30-306-032; ASSEMBLY
OF GOD CHURCH OF HILL CITY, Orig-
inal Town Of Hill City, BLOCK 2, Lot 45
0003052/52-30-306-009; ASSEMBLY
OF GOD HILL CITY, Original Town Of Hill
City, BLOCK 2, Lot 47 - 48
0055922/20-13-326-005; ATONEMENT
LUTHERAN CHURCH, Auburn Hills Sub,
OUTLOT A
0005529/20-13-326-003; ATONEMENT
LUTHERAN CHURCH, Madison's Sub,
Lot 5
0055924/20-13-326-011; ATONEMENT
LUTHERAN CHURCH, Auburn Hills Sub,
OUTLOT C
0061856/20-29-200-007; BENEDICTINE
CONVENT OF ST MARTINS, S29, T2N,
R07E, Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED,
SE1/4NE1/4 LESS ROW
0061857/20-29-300-001; BENEDICTINE
CONVENT OF ST MARTINS, S29, T2N,
R07E, Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED,
N1/2SW1/4 LESS LOTS H1 & H2;
SW1/4SW1/4
0043487/20-29-400-001; BENEDICTINE
CONVENT OF ST MARTINS, S29, T2N,
R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED
LOT A OF W1/2SE1/4
0041771/21-30-354-007; BETHEL AS-
SEMBLY OF GOD INC, Marshall Heights
Tract, LOT 2 OF LOT C-1 SW1/4SW1/4
& 1/2 VAC MARSHALL BLVD ADJOIN-
ING SAID LOT
0026393/37-03-456-014; BETHEL BAP-
TIST CHURCH OF RAPID CITY, Moun-
tain View #2, BLOCK 4, Lot 3
0043677/37-03-476-010; BETHEL BAP-
TIST CHURCH, A CORPORATION,
Mountain View #2, BLOCK 1, Lot 4
0043669/37-03-476-007; BETHEL BAP-
TIST CHURCH, A CORPORATION,
Mountain View #2, BLOCK 1, Lot 1
0043673/37-03-476-008; BETHEL BAP-
TIST CHURCH, A CORPORATION,
Mountain View #2, BLOCK 1, Lot 2
0043675/37-03-476-009; BETHEL BAP-
TIST CHURCH, A CORPORATION,
Mountain View #2, BLOCK 1, Lot 3
0041772/21-30-354-008; BETHEL TEM-
PLE OF ASSEMBLY OF GOD, Marshall
Heights Tract, LOT 1 OF LOT C-1
SW1/4SW1/4 & 1/2 VAC MARSHALL
BLVD ADJOINING SAID LOT
0025560/21-30-354-010; BETHEL TEM-
PLE OF ASSEMBLY OF GOD, Marshall
Heights Tract, LOT C2 & 1/2 VAC MAR-
SHALL BLVD
0050991/20-27-401-004; BETHESDA
CHRISTIAN BROADCASTING INC,
Fountain Springs, TRACT K REVISED -
BUSINESS PARK
0020154/37-04-458-004; BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURC,
Amelia, Lot D
0039878/37-04-461-002; BETHLEHEM
LUTHERAN CONGREGATION, Rush-
more, BLOCK 2, Lot A
0005410/38-03-355-015; BIBLE CHRIS-
TIAN CHURCH, Mack Sub, LOT B OF
BLOCK 2 OF LOT 6
0052540/36-09-101-005; BIG BEND
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, BHEC Sub,
Lot 2
0052895/38-18-126-009; BLACK HILLS
COMMUNITY CHURCH INC, Robbins-
dale #8, BLOCK 2, Lot 8 - 14
0007150/44-04-353-009; BOARD OF
TRUSTEES OF THE METHODIST, Orig-
inal Town Of Wasta, BLOCK 3, Lot 8
0031578/37-23-101-002; CALVARY
BAPTIST CHURCH, Skyline Sub #2,
TRACT 1
0036050/38-06-352-003; CALVARY
CHAPEL OF THE BLACK HILLS IN,
Hansen Heights, BLOCK 1, W250' OF
LOT 2
0057435/37-21-277-011; CALVARY
LUTHERAN CHURCH, Calvary Lutheran
Church Sub, Lot 2
0056400/37-04-351-007; CANYON
LAKE CHURCH OF GOD, Hillsview Sub
#2, Lot 2
0035295/37-04-401-004; CANYON
LAKE UNITED METHODIST, S04, T1N,
R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED
BLOCK 1 LOT 1 (AN ACCESS & UTIL-
ITY EASEMENT)
0035287/37-04-401-003; CANYON
LAKE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH,
S04, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian,
PLATTED, BLOCK 1, OF THE
NW1/4SE1/4 LESS LOT 1
0028136/37-16-251-003; CANYON
LAKE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH,
Dunham Estates, BLOCK 3, Lot 29
0022041/37-17-227-014; CANYON
LAKE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH,
Chapel Valley, BLOCK 1, LOT 14D OF
LOT 14
0041319/18-31-383-006; CARITAS
CENTER INC, Silver City, BLOCK 6, Lot
17 - 21
0048433/37-12-301-002; CATHEDRAL
OF OUR LADY PERPETUAL HELP,
S12, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian,
Platted, BALANCE OF LOT 2 OF
NW1/4SW1/4
0043879/70-04-329-007; CATHOLIC
CHURCH OF KEYSTONE, THE, Rocky
Gulch Addn, BLOCK 3, Lot 1
0043880/70-04-329-008; CATHOLIC
CHURCH OF KEYSTONE, THE, Rocky
Gulch Addn, BLOCK 3, Lot 2 - 3
0003978/70-04-329-004; CATHOLIC
CHURCH OF KEYSTONE, THE, Rocky
Gulch Addn, Lot C
0003982/70-04-329-003; CATHOLIC
CHURCH OF KEYSTONE, THE, Rocky
Gulch Addn, PARCEL 1 OF LOT E
0000004/52-30-302-025; CATHOLIC
CHURCH OF SAINT ROSE, Allen Park
Addn, BLOCK 1, Lot 1 - 3, & E36' OF
LOT 4
0042520/37-13-179-017; CATHOLIC
DIOCESE OF RAPID CITY, Robbinsdale
#10, BLOCK 18, Lot 26
0023107/38-07-476-003; CENTRAL
DIST CON OF MENNONITE CHURCH,
Fellowship Addn, Lot 1
0011006/37-17-251-001; CHAPEL IN
THE HILLS, INC, S17, T1N, R07E, Black
Hills Meridian, N1/2SW1/4NE1/4,
N1/2S1/2SW1/4NE1/4
0027256/20-36-259-002; CHAPTER OF
CALVARY CATHEDRAL, THE, North
Rapid, BLOCK 35, Lot 24 - 25
0027257/20-36-259-001; CHAPTER OF
CALVARY CATHEDRAL, THE, North
Rapid, BLOCK 35, Lot 26 - 28
0033514/37-10-179-012; CHAPTER OF
CALVARY CATHEDRAL, THE,
Strathavon #3, BLOCK 5, Lot 12
0045812/20-27-428-018; CHRISTIAN
LIFE MINISTRIES/GARMAN, Wesleyan
Christian Center, TRACT E
0034527/21-31-155-009; CHURCH AT
RAPID CITY, SD, INC, Wise's Addn,
BLOCK 7, E5' OF LOT 30 & ALL OF LOT
31-34
0026096/20-26-477-005; CHURCH OF
CHRIST, Morningside, BLOCK 3, Lot 6 -
8
0048606/54-07-376-009; CHURCH OF
CHRIST (BLACK HILLS), Varilek Sub,
Lot A
0043542/37-13-278-004; CHURCH OF
CHRIST OF RAPID CITY, Robbinsdale
#10, BLOCK 4, Lot 4
0038661/21-31-252-001; CHURCH OF
GOD, North Side Addn, BLOCK 8, Lot 8 -
21
0037728/37-03-100-004; CHURCH OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS 505-8732, S03,
T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLAT-
TED LOT 1 IN THE SE1/4NW1/4
0035250/37-03-100-003; CHURCH OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS 505-8732, S03,
T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLAT-
TED LOT 2A
0038668/37-09-352-001; CHURCH OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS 510-3169,
Canyon Lake Heights Sec 9, BLOCK 9,
Lot 10, 10A & 11
0043642/63-06-277-011; CHURCH OF
SAINT PATRICK OF WALL, SD, Mack-
rills Addn, BLOCK 2, Lot 1 - 3
0060116/20-25-428-008; CHURCH OF
ST ISAAC JOGUES OF RC, Marshall
Heights, TRACT LOT L-1AR
0025556/20-25-406-001; CHURCH OF
ST ISAAC JOGUES OF RC, Marshall
Heights, TRACT LOT L
0043638/24-31-204-017; CHURCH OF
ST JOHN, S31, T2N, R11E, Black Hills
Meridian, PLATTED LOT 3 OF LOT A OF
LOT 4 OF OUTLOT D
0043639/24-31-204-018; CHURCH OF
ST JOHN, S31, T2N, R11E, Black Hills
Meridian, PLATTED LOT C OF LOT 3,
LOT D OF LOT 3 ALL OF OUTLOT D
0043637/24-31-204-016; CHURCH OF
ST JOHN, S31, T2N, R11E, Black Hills
Meridian, PLATTED S PT OF LOT 2 OF
OUTLOT D
0043636/24-31-204-015; CHURCH OF
ST JOHN, S31, T2N, R11E, Black Hills
Meridian, PLATTED N PT OF LOT 2 OF
OUTLOT D
0005503/24-31-229-016; CHURCH OF
ST JOHN OF NEW UNDERWOOD,
Madsen Addn, BLOCK 13, LOT 3 (OF
LOT 4 OF OUTLOT A)
0005504/24-31-229-017; CHURCH OF
ST JOHN OF NEW UNDERWOOD,
Madsen Addn, BLOCK 13, LOT 4 (OF
LOT 4 OF OUTLOT A)
0035204/37-01-182-007; CHURCH OF
ST MARY OF THE IMMAC CONC, Orig-
inal Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 126,
S70' OF LOT 17-24 LESS PT LOT H1 IN
LOT 17
0043643/63-06-277-012; CHURCH OF
ST PATRICK'S, THE, Mackrills Addn,
BLOCK 2, N20' OF LOT 4
0003022/52-30-302-024; CHURCH OF
ST ROSE OF LIMA%J BIRDSALL, Orig-
inal Town Of Hill City, BLOCK 1, Lot 27 -
28, & VAC ALLEY ADJ TO SAID LOTS
0026898/20-36-177-007; CHURCH OF
ST THERESE LITTLE FLOWER, North
Rapid, BLOCK 9, S19' OF LOT 8; ALL OF
LOT 9 & N6' OF LOT10
0026900/20-36-177-003; CHURCH OF
ST THERESE LITTLE FLOWER, North
Rapid, BLOCK 9, Lot 27 - 28
0043962/20-36-177-009; CHURCH OF
ST THERESE LITTLE FLOWER, North
Rapid, BLOCK 9, S19' OF LOT 10; LOT
11-22
0043963/20-36-177-010; CHURCH OF
ST THERESE LITTLE FLOWER, North
Rapid, BLOCK 9, Lot 23 - 26
0035298/37-08-200-002; CHURCH OF
THE BLESSED SACRAMENT RC, S08,
T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLAT-
TED LOT 1 OF TRACT A SE1/4NE1/4
0035297/37-08-200-003; CHURCH OF
THE BLESSED SACRAMENT RC, S08,
T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLAT-
TED TRACT A LESS LOT 1 OF TRACT
A
0042905/38-10-380-001; CHURCH OF
THE LUTHERAN CONFESSION,
Ridgeview Place Subd, BLOCK 1, Lot 1
0042906/38-10-454-001; CHURCH OF
THE LUTHERAN CONFESSION,
Ridgeview Place Subd, BLOCK 1, Lot 2
0057533/52-31-103-010; COMMUNITY
LUTH CHURCH, Hall Acres Sub, LOT A
OF LOT 1
0057534/52-31-103-011; COMMUNITY
LUTH CHURCH, Hall Acres Sub, LOT B
OF LOT 1
0055222/37-34-276-001; CORP PRE-
SIDING BISHOP & LDS CHURCH,
Moon Ridge Sub, Lot 1
0049998/37-32-151-026; DAKOTA AN-
NUAL CONFERENCE OF THE UNIT,
Countryside South Sub, BLOCK 9, Lot 14
0052906/37-12-230-024; DAKOTA
CONF OF WESLEYAN METHODIST
CH, South Park, BLOCK 1, Lot 25 - 32
0052897/37-03-380-020; DAKOTA
CONF OF WESLEYAN METHODIST
CH, S03, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Merid-
ian, PLATTED BLOCK 2 LOT 2R; LOT
3-4
0010930/37-08-100-001; DAKOTA
CONF OF WESLEYAN METHODIST
CH, S08, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Merid-
ian, W1/2NW1/4NE1/4 & NE1/4NW1/4
0052902/33-09-300-005; DAKOTA CON-
FERENCE CORP OF 7TH DAY AD, S09,
T1N, R03E, Black Hills Meridian,
E1/2SW1/4; NW1/4SE1/4
0046965/37-04-376-014; DAKOTA CON-
FERENCE CORP OF 7TH DAY AD,
Western Heights, BLOCK 6, Lot 7
0025035/37-03-380-012; DAKOTA DIST
OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH, Lawn-
dale, BLOCK 2, Lot 3
0003612/20-26-255-001; DAKOTA DIST
OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH, Har-
mony Heights, Lot 2R2, OF TRACT 2
0061677/38-04-427-001; DAKOTA DIS-
TRICT OF THE WESLELYN CHURCH,
Word of Hope Sub, Lot 1
0052896/20-25-454-017; DAKOTA DIS-
TRICT OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH,
Mac Arthur, BLOCK 2, Lot A, C, E, F, & G;
LOT 6-7; LOT 8 LESS LOT H1; LOT 9
LESS LOT H1; LOT 10-13 LESS LOT H1
OF LOT 10 & LESS LOT H1 OF LOT 11
0052898/20-27-276-004; DAKOTA DIS-
TRICT OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH,
Wesleyan Christian Center, TRACT A IN-
CLUDING LOT 1 REVISED OF TRACTA
LESS ROW
0063523/20-29-100-004; DIOCESE OF
RAPID CITY (THE), S29, T2N, R07E,
Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED,
SE1/4NW1/4 LESS ROW
0027735/20-26-278-001; DOVE CHRIS-
TIAN CENTER INC, Oldfield Sub, Lot G,
& VAC WEST HALF OF ST
0006828/20-26-277-001; DOVE CHRIS-
TIAN CENTER INC, Oldfield Sub,
BLOCK 6, Lot 10 - 15, LESS I-90 ROW
0026106/20-26-427-001; DOVE CHRIS-
TIAN CENTER INC, Morningside,
BLOCK 6, ALL BLK 6 & VACATED EAST
HALF OF STREETBETWEEN LOT G OF
OLDFIELDSUBD & BLK 6 OFMORN-
INGSIDE ADDN
0003610/20-26-253-002; DOVE CHRIS-
TIAN CENTER INC, Harmony Heights,
TRACT 1
0056323/20-26-401-010; DOVE CHRIS-
TIAN CENTER OF SD INC, Harmony
Heights, BLOCK 1, Lot A
0026074/20-26-426-001; DOVE CHRIS-
TIAN CENTER OF SD INC, Morningside,
Lot D
0018780/63-05-151-016; EMANUEL
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH,
Hustead's 1st Addn, BLOCK 2, S1/2 OF
LOT 2 & LOT 3
0052905/37-01-151-021; EMANUEL
PARISH, Original Town Of Rapid City,
BLOCK 113, Lot 6 - 12
0052927/22-20-101-011; EMMANUEL
BAPTIST CHURCH OF BOX ELDER,
Villa Sub, LOT A OF TRACT A; LOT B OF
TRACT A
0035044/37-01-151-008; EMMANUEL
EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Original Town Of
Rapid City, BLOCK 113, W18" OF S37'
OF LOT 3 & ALL OF LOT 4-5
0052639/37-01-151-019; EMMANUEL
EPISCOPAL PARISH INC, Original Town
Of Rapid City, BLOCK 113, E15' OF
N62.5' OF LOT 27; N62' OF LOTS 28-32
0035047/37-01-151-006; EMMANUEL
EPISCOPAL PARISH INC, Original Town
Of Rapid City, BLOCK 113, Lot 13 - 14
0052930/46-31-351-017; EVANGELI-
CAL FREE BIBLE CHURCH, S31, T1N,
R16E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED
LOT M-R; LOT N-R; LOT N-1 OF GL 4
0018946/46-31-379-003; EVANGELI-
CAL FREE BIBLE CHURCH, INC, North
Wall Addn, BLOCK 2, W1/2 OF LOT 1
0017262/08-27-200-002; EVANGELI-
CAL LUTHERAN IMMANUELS CHURC,
S27, T4N, R16E, Black Hills Meridian, PT
OF NE1/4 NE1/4
0051606/37-12-258-011; FAITH
LUTHERAN CHURCH, Faith Lutheran
Addn, Lot 1
0037621/37-01-110-006; FAITH TEM-
PLE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST,
Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 103,
Lot 6 - 7, & E21' OF LOT 8
0006853/22-20-352-010; FIRST BAP-
TIST CHURCH OF BOX ELDER, Origi-
nal Town Of Box Elder, BLOCK 1, Lot 13
- 16
0052892/37-12-101-004; FIRST BAP-
TIST CHURCH OF RAPID CITY, South
Boulevard, BLOCK 5, Lot 1 - 13, LOT 20-
32; VAC ALLEY LOCATED BETWEEN
LOTS 1-13 & 20-32
0052893/37-01-110-014; FIRST CHRIS-
TIAN CHURCH OF RAPID CITY, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 103, Lot 17 -
21
0035051/37-01-151-014; FIRST
CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, Orig-
inal Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 113,
Pennington County Courant • March 21, 2013 • Page 10 Public Notices
Public Notice Advertising
Protects Your Right To Know.
Pennington County List of Exempt
Agriculture Properties
(cont. from previous page)
Continued on page 11
City of Wall
Published March 14 & 21, 2013, at the
total approximate cost of $62.39.
PENNINGTON
COUNTY
LIST OF PARTIALLY
EXEMPT PROPERTIES
THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST
OF PROPERTY DECLARED
ARTIALLY EXEMPT FOR THE
2013 ASSESSEMENT YEAR.
SDCL 10-4-9
0045150/21-31-476-008; INTERNA-
TIONAL CHURCH OF THE
FOURSQUA, Buckingham Addn, Lot 3
0052070/38-08-201-003; OPEN BIBLE
CHRISTIAN CENTER, Thompson Tract,
TRACT 1-3
0044255/53-10-400-001; SD ANNUAL
CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S10,
T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
0002049 EDITH #1 LODE, MS ALL
0044256/53-10-400-002; SD ANNUAL
CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S10,
T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
0002049 EDITH #2 LODE, MS ALL
0044259/53-10-400-003; SD ANNUAL
CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S10,
T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
0002049 MONTANA LODE, MS ALL
(ALSO IN SEC 15)
0044263/53-14-100-002; SD ANNUAL
CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S14,
T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
0002049 UTAH LODE, MS ALL
0044262/53-14-100-003; SD ANNUAL
CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S14,
T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
0002049 RED CROSS LODE, MS ALL
0044261/53-14-100-004; SD ANNUAL
CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S14,
T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
0002049 NEVADA LODE, MS ALL
0044254/53-14-100-005; SD ANNUAL
CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S14,
T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
0002049 DAN PATCH LODE, MS ALL
0044257/53-14-100-006; SD ANNUAL
CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S14,
T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
0002049 GOLD DUST LODE, MS ALL
(ALSO IN SEC 15)
0044252/53-15-200-001; SD ANNUAL
CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S15,
T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
0002049 ALASKA LODE, MS ALL
(ALSO IN SEC 10)
0044251/53-15-200-002; SD ANNUAL
CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S15,
T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
0002049 OREGON LODE, MS ALL
0044258/53-15-200-003; SD ANNUAL
CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S15,
T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
0002049 IDAHO LODE, MS ALL (ALSO
IN SEC 14)
0044253/53-15-200-004; SD ANNUAL
CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S15,
T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian,
0002049 ARIZONA LODE, MS ALL
(ALSO IN SEC 14)
0046297/20-25-226-005; CHURCH OF
GOD OF PROPHECY, Marshall Heights,
TRACT LOT A REV OF LOT M-3R
0016067/69-01-200-001; SOUTH
DAKOTA BAPTIST CONVENTION, S01,
T2S, R05E, Black Hills Meridian, BAL
S1/2NE1/4; GL 2
SDCL 10-4-9.3
0059401/37-26-302-008; CHILDRENS
CARE HOSPITAL AND SCHOOL, Old
Rodeo Sub, Lot 4R
0036310/38-08-126-007; RAPID CITY
REGIONAL HOSPITAL INC, Lombardy
Industrial Park, BLOCK 2, LOT 6A RE-
VISED
0036311/38-08-126-008; RAPID CITY
REGIONAL HOSPITAL INC, Lombardy
Industrial Park, BLOCK 2, LOT 6B RE-
VISED
0062836/37-12-328-005; RAPID CITY
REGIONAL HOSPITAL INC, Regional
Hospital, TRACT H
SDCL 10-4-9.2
0037340/37-01-129-006; RUSHMORE
POST 1273 VFW, INC, Original Town Of
Rapid City, BLOCK 76, Lot 24 - 27
0052191/38-06-379-016; AMERICAN
LEGION HOME ASSOC-POST 22, S06,
T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLAT-
TED BLOCK 2 LOT 4-5 OF
E1/2SE1/4SW1/4; LOT 11-13
0062722/38-05-102-015; FRATERNAL
ORDER OF EAGLES, Cambell Square,
Lot 10R
SDCL 10-4-9.1
0040140/24-30-451-003; ROPING
CLUB, North Underwood Addn, ARENA
TRACT
0039126/22-31-327-001; YELLOW BIKE
PROGRAM, S31, T2N, R09E, Black Hills
Meridian, UNPLATTED N570' OF E712'
OF LOT A (UNPLATTED PARTOF
MORNING VIEW SUBD IN LOT A OF
NE1/4SW1/4)
0037552/37-01-108-012; UNITED WAY
OF THE BLACK HILLS, Original Town Of
Rapid City, BLOCK 94, Lot 27 - 28, &
N90' OF LOT 29-32
0038473/19-31-452-010; RIMROCK
COMMUNITY CLUB INC, Subd Of Sec-
tion 31, 2N-6E, TRACT V LESS E140.3'
0045461/38-04-402-008; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP FOUNDATION INC, Rush-
more Regional Ind Park, BLOCK 2, Lot 9
0037824/38-05-401-002; RETIRED EN-
LISTED ASSOC INC, BH CH 29, S05,
T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLAT-
TED TRACT A OF SW1/4NE1/4 &
NW1/4SE1/4
0036377/38-07-129-004; R C LODGE
1137 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, S07,
T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLAT-
TED E100' OF LOT 7-UP
0054073/38-07-226-014; BLACK HILLS
ARTS RESOURCE CENTER INC,
Nicholl's Sub, W150' OF LOT 2
0051735/38-16-201-003; RAPID CITY B
P O E, Elks Country Estates, TRACT 5R
0045743/38-16-400-005; RAPID CITY B
P O E, S16, T1N, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, PLATTED TRACT 4 OF THE
E1/2
0053373/38-16-404-005; RAPID CITY B
P O E, S16, T1N, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, PLATTED TRACT 3R OF THE
E1/2
0037201/20-36-429-002; BEHAVIOR
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 9, Lot 1 - 4,
& 1/2 VAC ALLEY
0034835/20-36-429-004; BEHAVIOR
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 9, Lot 29 -
32, & 1/2 VACATED ALLEY
0063049/20-26-451-002; HANSON-
LARSEN MEMORIAL PARK FOUNDA-
TION INC, S26, T2N, R07E, Black Hills
Meridian, UNPLATTED, S165' OF
SE1/4SW1/4; SW1/4SE1/4 LESS N100'
0063816/38-16-430-009; RAPID CITY B
P O E, SECTION 16, 1N, 08E, Black Hills
Meridian, PLATTED TRACT 2 OF THE
E1/2 LESS ELKS COUNTRY ESTATES
SDCL 5-14-23
0045868/38-08-176-008; RAPID CITY
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOUND,
South Creek Industrial Park #2, TRACT
"A"
Published March 21, 2013 at the total ap-
proximate cost of $57.5.
WALL CITY
COUNCIL MEETING
MINUTES
MARCH 7, 2013
The Wall City Council met for a regular
meeting March 7, 2013 at 6:30 pm in the
Community Center meeting room.
Members present: Dave Hahn, Mayor;
Rick Hustead, Councilman; Pete Dunker,
Councilman; Mike Anderson, Council-
man; Stan Anderson, Councilman; Bill
Leonard, Councilman;
Others present: Carolynn Anderson, Fi-
nance Officer; Laurie Hindman, Penning-
ton Co. Courant; Pandi Pittman, Teen 19
Advisor; Dpt. Dan Wardle, Penn. Co.
Sheriff’s Dept.; Steve Wyant, Wounded
Knee Museum; Racen Raines, Lakota
Ways; Preston Johnson; Alisha Heather-
shaw; Todd, Nadia & Emma Eisenbraun;
Beth & Scott Miller
Absent: Jerry Morgan, Councilman
(All action taken in the following minutes
carried by unanimous vote unless other-
wise stated.)
Motion by M Anderson, second by S An-
derson to approve the agenda. Motion
carried.
Dpt. Dan Wardle presented the police re-
port.
Steve Wyant informed the council the
Wounded Knee Museum will be moving
their displays in with the Lakota Ways lo-
cation at the corner of Sixth Avenue and
Main Street. Wyant stated he will give an
update to the council at the April meeting
on his plans for the burned building lo-
cated on 110 Tenth Avenue. Racen
Raines shared plans for presenting the
production of plays they do at schools.
These productions will be held this sum-
mer at Lakota Ways. Raines welcomes
everyone to attend. Wyant addressed
new signage on the outside of the build-
ing. The actual logo and location place-
ment was not available therefore; the
street committee will meet when the infor-
mation becomes available. Wyant ques-
tioned the process on getting a handicap
parking space and a bus unloading zone.
These issues will need to be directed to
the street committee for review also.
These will be addressed again at the April
meeting.
Preston Johnson requested approval on
a lease agreement for his hanger at the
airport. He questioned whether a change
could be made to the fee structure on the
renewal after the first twenty-five years.
He asked for an amount to be set. The
council was not comfortable locking in an
amount for a future council. It was agreed
to include a negotiated maximum. Motion
by M Anderson, second by S Anderson to
revise the lease renewal after twenty-five
years to not exceed a ten cent square
foot maximum. Motion carried.
Motion by Dunker, second by Leonard to
approve a building permit for Celeste
Trave to move a new mobile home into
the trailer court at 412 Antelope Street.
Motion carried. Motion carried.
Motion by S Anderson, second by Hus-
tead to approve a building permit for Todd
& Nadia Eisenbraun to replace the roof
and siding with different material, plus en-
large the porch on his house at 501 Lariat
Drive. Motion carried.
Motion by Hustead, second by S Ander-
son to approve a building permit for Scot
& Beth Miller to build a fence and replace
the storage shed at 408 Harold Street.
Motion carried.
A building permit for BJ & Bobbi Dartt to
replace the roof with different material
and replace the siding and windows at
their home located at 22 Stone Drive was
reviewed.
Motion by S Anderson, second by Hus-
tead to approve the engineer’s timeline
for going to bid on the Sewer project and
the bid opening date of April 3rd. Motion
carried.
The public works employees request for
a budget to purchase reflective safety
clothing was reviewed. Motion by M An-
derson, second by Dunker to approve a
budget for purchasing safety clothing and
establish a policy for the annual amount
to fund. Motion carried.
The motor vehicle records policy was dis-
cussed and reviewed for changes made.
A more defined maximum and disciplinary
action to the point system needs
amended and brought back to the April
meeting.
A backhoe rental proposal from Kitterman
Construction was reviewed. It was the
consensus of the council to not enter into
any proposal at this time and to address
the service on an as needed basis.
The equalization meeting to address
grievances from property owners on the
valuation of their taxes is schedules for
Monday, March 18th. Paperwork needs to
be completed and turned into the finance
office by 4:00pm on the 14th.
Motion by S Anderson, second by Dunker
to approve the Annual report as pre-
sented. Motion carried.
The update on the progress report for
items of cleanup was tabled since public
works employees were not present.
Motion by S Anderson, second by Dunker
to approve city minutes for February 5th
and 19th, 2013. Motion carried
Motion by Dunker, second by M Anderson
to approve Fire Department minutes from
February 12, 2013. Motion carried.
Motion by M Anderson, second by
Dunker to table the pay request from Wall
Health Service until someone from the
clinic board can give an update. Motion
carried.
Motion by Dunker, second by M Anderson
to approve paying the remaining month of
March for the City of Wall bills. Motion
carried.
CITY BILLS
MARCH 7, 2013
Gross Salaries – February 28, 2013:
Gross Salaries: Adm. - $5,349.22; PWD -
$9,695.08
AFLAC, Employee Supplemental Ins.,
$273.01; HEALTH POOL, Health/Life In-
surance, $4,180.42; SDRS, Employee
Retirement, $1,789.24; SDRS-SRP, Em-
ployee Supp Retirement plan, $150.00;
FIRST INTERSTATE BANK, Employee
payroll tax, $3,454.38
MARCH 7, BILLS
BADLANDS AUTOMOTIVE, fuse for
school light-bulbs for Loader, $23.43;
BLACK HILLS CHEMICAL, paper towels-
toilet paper, $220.96; BROSZ ENGI-
NEERING, airport engineering, $895.57;
CROWN OIL, diesel fuel, $1,696.69;
DAKOTA BACKUP, backup service,
$167.65; DAKOTA BUSINESS CENTER,
copier contract-calculator paper, $50.62;
DAKOTA PUMP & CONTROL CO., IN, al-
ternator for north & south lift station-Main-
tenance agreement, $1,349.00; DE S OIL
& PROPANE, automotive oil, $77.19; EN-
ERGY LABORATORIES, water testing,
$12.50; EASTERN PENNINGTON CO
AMBULANCE, 1st Qrt budget,
$11,799.00; FIRST INTERSTATE BANK,
ink cartridge and paper for letterhead,
$48.98; FIRST INTERSTATE BANK,
sales tax, $ 411.00; FIRST IN-
TERSTATE BANK, ach fees, $12.15;
GOLDEN WEST TELE, phone service,
$456.20; GRIMMS PUMP, fire hose fitting
for shop water meter-25' extension cord,
$129.92; GUNDERSON, PALMER,
GOODSELL, legal fees for purchase of
Dunker property & issues w/Baxter prop-
erty, $1,968.82; HAWKINS WATER
TREATMENT GROUP, bleeder valves for
chlorine pump, $198.80; H-C GAL-
LOWAYS, upgrade to Scada system,
$3,239.65; HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS,
hydraunt markers, $232.00; JENNER
EQUIP., Tractor w/sweeper/blade/snow-
blower at Airport, $152,791.00; KITTER-
MAN, JIM, insurance reimbursement,
$414.61; LURZ PLUMBING, install sloan
flush in bathroom at CC, $101.02; MU-
NICIPAL CODE CORPORATION, 2012
ordinances codified, $624.08; NORTH-
WEST PIPE FITTINGS, check valve for
PW building meter, $448.46; ONE CALL
SYSTEMS, INC., locate requests, $6.66;
PENNINGTON COUNTY COURANT,
publishings, $174.80; POSTMASTER,
postcards & postage for water report,
$166.50; RAPID DELIVERY INC, freight
for water testing, $10.80; SANITATION
PROD., hydraulic cylinder for Street
Sweeper, $198.42; SERVALL UNIFORM,
CC rugs & mops, $55.63; SD DEPT OF
TRANSPORTATION, salt/sand mix,
$783.00; SDML, District 9 meeting,
$60.00; US GAMES, volleyball net for
Park, $53.99; WALKER REFUSE,
garbage service contract, $7,165.85;
WALL BADLANDS AREA CHAMBER,
BBB funds, $1,821.57; WALL BUILDING
CENTER & CONST, supplies, $774.26;
WALL DRUG STORE, donuts for PW
meeting, $61.55; WALL FIRE DEPT, 1st
Qrt budget, $3,750.00; WALL LIBRARY,
1st Qrt budget, $1,959.50; WALL
HEALTH SERVICES, March Request,
$8,500.00; WEST RIVER ELEC, electric-
ity, 9,922.16; WEST RIVER ELECTRIC
ASSOC, INC, Main St loan payment,
$7,500.00; WEST RIVER/LYMAN-
JONES RURAL, water purchases,
$3,500.00.
TOTAL BILLS: $223,833.99
Approved by the Wall City Council
this 7th day of March 2013.
Motion by S Anderson, second by M An-
derson to approve paying the February
Fire Department bills. Motion carried.
FIRE DEPARTMENT BILLS
March 7, 2013
March 7, Bills 2013:
CORNER PANTRY, fuel for trucks,
$59.38; DE S OIL & PROPANE, oil
changes on fire trucks, $558.43; FIRST
INTERSTATE BANK, Sam's club-food for
xmas party, $23.62; GOLDEN WEST
TELE, phone-internet, $125.17; M & T
FIRE AND SAFETY, dapter fitting on
Brush 2, $53.46; PENN CO FIREFIGHT-
ERS ASSOC, registration fee PC Muster,
$20.00; S.D. FIREFIGHTERS ASSOC,
2013 dues for 21 members, $315.00;
VERIZON WIRELESS, access fee,
$46.24; WEST RIVER ELEC, electricity,
$511.94; WEST RIVER ELECTRIC, elec-
tricity portion on Ambulance shed,
$58.27.
TOTAL BILLS: $1,771.51
Approved by the Wall City Council
this 7th day of March 2013
Motion by Dunker, second by M Anderson
to approve the February Library bills. Mo-
tion carried.
LIBRARY BILLS
MARCH 7, 2013
Gross Salaries – February 28, 2013:
Gross Salaries: $703.63
FIRST WESTERN BANK, Employee
payroll tax, $107.68
March 7, Bills 2013:
BRUNNEMANN WENDY, reimbursement
for books & supplies, $41.39; DEMCO,
computer headphones - supplies,
$104.45; FIRST INTERSTATE BANK,
books from Amazon, $313.22; GOLDEN
WEST TELE, phone, $41.24; WEST
RIVER ELEC, electricity, $159.58.
TOTAL BILLS: $659.88
Approved by the Wall City Council
this 7th day of March 2013.
The Wall Health Service report, the On-
call schedule and the Compensatory re-
port were reviewed at this time.
TRACT E OF SE1/4NW1/4
0053311/37-01-108-016; RAPID CITY
MASONIC BUILDING ASSOC, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 94, Lot 22 -
26
0019305/52-30-351-014; TIN CITY
LODGE #112 A F & A M, Allen Placer,
MS 748, LOT 2 REVISED (ALSO IN
SECTION 25 1S-4E)
SDCL 10-4-9.3
0035246/37-03-276-902; CLARKSON
MT VIEW HEALTH CARE FACILIT, S03,
T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLAT-
TED BLL ON LOT 2 OF SE1/4NE1/4
0052980/37-14-226-003; EVANGELI-
CAL LUTHERAN GOOD SAMARITAN,
Trimble Sub, LOT 1 REVISED REVISED
0005480/24-31-234-001; EVANGELI-
CAL LUTHERAN GOOD SAMARITAN,
Madsen Addn, BLOCK 8, Lot 1 - 6
0003837/70-09-101-001; KEYSTONE
SENIOR CITIZENS, INC, Reed Placer,
MS 903, LOT 1 OF LOT E
0053979/37-13-327-015; PRESBYTE-
RIAN RETIREMENT VILLAGE, Min-
nesota Ridge Sub, TRACT B
0052368/37-13-327-012; PRESBYTE-
RIAN RETIREMENT VILLAGE, Robbins-
dale #10, BLOCK 17, Lot 1R
0029589/37-13-251-001; PRESBYTE-
RIAN RETIREMENT VILLAGE, Robbins-
dale #7, BLOCK 24A, ALL
0053976/37-13-327-014; PRESBYTE-
RIAN VILLAGE DBA WESTHILLS, Rob-
binsdale #10, BLOCK 28, Lot 16
0061494/37-13-403-017; PRESBYTE-
RIAN VILLAGE DBA WESTHILLS, Ter-
racita Park Sub, BLOCK 1, Lot 3 - 6
0040944/37-13-127-008; REGIONAL
HEALTH NETWORK INC, Fox Run Sub,
BLOCK 1, Lot 1
0042421/38-07-356-001; REGIONAL
HEALTH NETWORK INC, Fairelm Sub,
Lot B
SDCL 10-4-9.1
0043631/20-34-478-001; ALANO SOCI-
ETY OF RAPID CITY, INC, S34, T2N,
R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED
LOT 11-12 LESS LOT H OF LOT 11 &
LESS LOT H-1 OF SE1/4SE1/4
0043630/20-34-478-002; ALANO SOCI-
ETY, INC, S34, T2N, R07E, Black Hills
Meridian, PLATTED LOT 7 LESS LOT H-
1 OF SE1/4SE1/4
0038629/38-18-204-010; B H W RESI-
DENTIAL SERVICES, INC, Robbinsdale
#9, BLOCK 1, Lot 12
0038621/38-18-251-002; B H W RESI-
DENTIAL SERVICES, INC, Robbinsdale
#8, BLOCK 11, Lot 15
0036322/20-25-454-014; BEHAVIOR
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC, Mac
Arthur, BLOCK 2, Lot D
0036321/20-25-454-015; BEHAVIOR
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC, Mac
Arthur, BLOCK 2, Lot B
0036684/37-12-376-002; BEHAVIOR
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC, Re-
gional Hospital, TRACT F (ORDINANCE
#1785)
0034834/20-36-429-001; BEHAVIOR
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 9, N132' OF
LOT 5-16 & N132' OF E1/2 VACATED ST
ABUTTING LOT 16
0039743/38-18-177-014; BHW RESI-
DENTIAL SERVICES II, INC, Robbins-
dale #10, BLOCK 8, Lot 9
0039545/38-18-158-007; BHW RESI-
DENTIAL SERVICES II, INC, Robbins-
dale #10, BLOCK 7, Lot 19
0044540/37-13-429-001; BHW RESI-
DENTIAL SERVICES III, INC, Robbins-
dale #10, BLOCK 26, Lot 1
0044529/37-13-401-006; BHW RESI-
DENTIAL SERVICES III, INC, Robbins-
dale #10, BLOCK 6, Lot 17
0037644/37-01-177-002; BIG BROTH-
ERS BIG SISTERS OF THE BH, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 106, Lot 12 -
13
0015935/67-02-300-001; BLACK HILLS
AREA COUNCIL, INC, B S A, S02, T2S,
R03E, Black Hills Meridian, S1/2SW1/4,
SW1/4SE1/4
0030998/21-31-302-001; BLACK HILLS
AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANIT,
Schnasse, BLOCK 6, TRACT B OF LOT
1-4
0041173/20-36-279-006; BLACK HILLS
AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INC,
North Rapid, BLOCK 26, Lot 22
0064558/38-06-201-007; BLACK HILLS
AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INC,
S06, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian,
PLATTED, LOT A OF LOT 3 OF TRACT
C OF LOT 1; W110' OF LOT 3 OF
TRACT C OR LTO 1; E110' OF W150' OF
TRACT C OF LOT 1; N97' OF W40' OF
TRACT C OF LOT 1
0042747/20-36-426-901; BLACK HILLS
BOY SCOUTS & GIRLS SCOUT, RU
Lots, BLL ON LOT RU 36
0045953/67-02-300-002; BLACK HILLS
COUNCIL, INC, BOY SCOUTS, S02,
T2S, R03E, Black Hills Meridian,
NW1/4SW1/4
0046343/20-27-426-009; BLACK HILLS
SPECIAL SERVICES FOUNDAT, Foun-
tain Springs, TRACT D - BUSINESS
PARK
0025136/20-25-455-006; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, Ma-
honey Addn, BLOCK 21, ALL LESS
W81/2' & S81/2'
0046734/38-04-452-010; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, Rush-
more Regional Ind Park, BLOCK 2, Lot
3R
0039955/37-01-256-007; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 119, Lot 13 -
16, & E1/2 VACATED 2ND ST
0045483/37-04-251-005; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, Ranger
Station Sub, LOT 3 LESS ROW
0047360/37-12-278-003; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, South
Park, BLOCK 24, Lot 6 - 17, VAC ALLEY
ADJ TO SAID LOTS & E1/2 VAC MICHI-
GAN AVE ADJ TO LOTS 11 & 12
0046528/38-04-452-007; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, Rush-
more Regional Ind Park, BLOCK 2, Lot
4RC1
0035934/21-31-454-001; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, Feigels
West, Lot A
0038687/37-04-252-001; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, Work-
shop Addn, LOT A & B
0029509/37-13-276-015; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP FOUNDATION INC, Rob-
binsdale #7, BLOCK 19, Lot 21
0048737/20-36-159-009; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP FOUNDATION INC, North
Rapid, BLOCK 18, Lot 22R
0038194/37-01-283-008; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP FOUNDATION INC, S01,
T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, UN-
PLATTED UNPLATTED PORTION OF
SE1/4NE1/4 (FORMERLY KNOWN AS
MORGANS ADDITION BLK 3,LOT
16-26, 16A)
0045481/37-04-251-004; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP FOUNDATION INC,
Ranger Station Sub, LOT 1 LESS ROW
0045482/37-04-251-003; BLACK HILLS
WORKSHOP FOUNDATION INC,
Ranger Station Sub, LOT 2 LESS ROW
0038064/20-34-478-003; BLOOD SYS-
TEMS, INC, S34, T2N, R07E, Black Hills
Meridian, PLATTED LOT 2 OF
SE1/4SE1/4 LYING SO OF DEADWOO-
DAVENUE
0015287/22-15-300-003; CANKU LUTA
OMONI INC, S15, T2N, R09E, Black Hills
Meridian, N1/2SW1/4SW1/4;
NW1/4SE1/4SW1/4
0000628/56-01-278-006; CAPUTA COM-
MUNITY CENTER, Caputa, BLOCK 2,
Lot 1 - 3
0014873/20-27-301-004; CHIESMAN
FOUNDATION FOR DEMOCRACY, S27,
T2N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLAT-
TED LOT 4 OF LOT B OF NW1/4SW1/4
0049482/70-03-200-001; CHILDREN'S
HOME SOCIETY OF SOUTH DAK, S03,
T2S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, GL 6
0062850/38-03-304-020; CHILDREN'S
HOME SOCIETY OF SOUTH DAK,
Neff's Sub #4, TRACT BR
0044989/20-25-426-004; COMMUNICA-
TION SERVICE FOR THE DEAF, Mar-
shall Heights, TRACT LOT K1-FR
0046588/20-35-454-009; CORNER
STONE RESCUE MISSION, Riverside,
BLOCK 6, Lot A, REVISED
0042969/37-01-228-005; CORNER
STONE RESCUE MISSION, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 80, LOT 11-
14; LOT 17-23 & E10' OF VACATED
ROW ABUTTING LOT 17 & VAC ALLEY
LOCATED BETWEEN LOTS 11-14 &
LOTS 19-23
0035086/37-01-179-011; CORNER
STONE RESCUE MISSION, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 116, E1/2 OF
LOT 27 & ALL OF LOT 28-29
0039697/37-01-426-001; CORNER-
STONE APARTMENTS LIMITED PART-
NERSHIP, Signal Heights, TRACT 6
0028933/37-12-451-004; CORNER-
STONE RESCUE MISSION INC, Rob-
binsdale #6, BLOCK 1, Lot 4
0043900/12-17-200-002; CREIGHTON
COMMUNITY CLUB, S17, T3N, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, 2 ACRE PARCEL
LOCATED IN THE
E1/2NE1/4SE1/4NE1/4
0018766/46-31-377-009; CRESCENT
LODGE #210, Hustead's-Jensen Addn,
BLOCK 1, Lot 1 - 2
0036912/21-31-301-001; DISABLED
AMERICAN VETERANS, INC,
Schnasse, BLOCK 5, Lot 10
0014534/19-23-400-001; DOTY VOLUN-
TEER FIRE DEPARTMENT INC, S23,
T2N, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, TRACT
OF LAND IN SW1/4SE1/4
0040006/21-31-151-009; FEED SOUTH
DAKOTA, Wise's Addn, BLOCK 6, Lot 1R
0054884/21-31-151-016; FEED SOUTH
DAKOTA, Wise's Addn, BLOCK 21, Lot
2R
0057017/21-32-202-005; FEEDING
SOUTH DAKOTA, Carefree Sub, Lot 1,
LESS LOT H1; LOT 2 LESS LOT H1
0060828/20-35-100-007; HANSON-
LARSEN MEMORIAL PARK FOUNDA-
TION INC, S35, T2N, R07E, Black Hills
Meridian, UNPLATTED, NW1/4 LESS
N400' OF W400'; NW1/4NE1/4;
E1/2NE1/4SW1/4 LESS LOT A;
E1/2W1/2 NE1/4SW1/4
0035454/38-05-376-012; HUMANE SO-
CIETY OF BLACK HILLS, S05, T1N,
R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED
LOT 1 OF SE1/4SW1/4 & SW1/4SE1/4
0047597/20-25-107-019; LAKOTA COM-
MUNITY HOMES INC, Lakota Sub #1,
BLOCK 3, TRACT A
0037205/20-36-430-004; LUTHERAN
SOCIAL SERVICES OF SD, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 19, Lot 19 -
26
0026460/37-10-451-001; LUTHERAN
SOCIAL SERVICES OF SD, Mountain
View #3, BLOCK 10, ALL
0015235/21-32-226-001; NATIONAL
RELIEF CHARITIES, S32, T2N, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED TRACT F
IN N1/2NE1/4 LESS LOT H1 & LESS
LOT H6
0015217/21-29-477-001; NATIONAL
RELIEF CHARITIES, S29, T2N, R08E,
Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED, LOT 2
OF SE1/4SE1/4 LESS LOT H2 & LESS
LOT H12
0036106/38-18-228-003; NATIVE
AMERICAN HERITAGE ASSOCIATION,
Hiway #79 Industrial Park, Lot 26
0048555/51-09-151-002; RAPID CITY
CLUB FOR BOYS, INC, Four Arrow
Pines Sub, Lot 3R
0034902/20-36-408-001; RAPID CITY
CLUB FOR BOYS, INC, RU Lots, Lot
RU-10, & VACATED S50' OF PHILADEL-
PHIASTREET
0061071/38-18-276-006; RAPID CITY
COLUMBIAN CLUB INC, Hamilton Sub,
Lot A
0051686/37-22-400-012; RAPID CITY
POLICE OFFICERS ASSOC, S22, T1N,
R07E, Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED
NE1/4SW1/4SE1/4 & GOLDEN EAGLE
DR (A PRIVATE DR) LOCATED IN THE
NE1/4SW1/4SE1/4LESS LOTS H3 & H4
0026564/20-25-306-001; RAPID CITY
SUPPORTIVE HOUSING INC, Northern
Heights, TRACT H OF TRACT F
0044902/16-23-201-013; ROCHFORD
COMMUNITY, Dakota Lode MS 2109,
BLOCK 2, Lot 4
0044904/16-23-201-014; ROCHFORD
COMMUNITY CLUB, Dakota Lode MS
2109, BLOCK 3, PT OF LOT 1 (26'X60'
IN NE CORNER)
0046222/53-13-326-004; ROCK-
ERVILLE COMM CLUB, Rockerville
Community Club Add, BLOCK 1, Lot
1REV
0062203/21-30-101-010; RUSHMORE
CONSUMER CREDIT RESOURCE CE,
LJS Sub, Lot 3
0011637/38-20-400-001; RUSHMORE
HOCKEY, S20, T1N, R08E, Black Hills
Meridian, LOT A OF NW1/4SE1/4
0024574/37-08-403-005; RUSHMORE
LIONS CLUB CHARITIES INC, Jackson
Park, BLOCK 3, Lot 14A
0057900/38-07-126-002; SALVATION
ARMY (THE), Horizon Sub, Lot 1
0028009/38-07-404-015; SALVATION
ARMY, THE, Park Hill, BLOCK 4, Lot 16
0043633/36-08-478-001; SALVATION
ARMY, THE, Big Bend Placer MS 1442,
LOT 2 OF LOT A OF LOT 8 OF LOT E
0043634/36-08-476-002; SALVATION
ARMY, THE, Big Bend Placer MS 1442,
LOT B OF LOT 1 OF LOT C OF LOT 8
OF LOT E; LOT 2 OF LOT C OF LOT 8
OF LOT E; BAL OF LOT C OF LOT 8 OF
LOT E
0035913/21-31-412-006; SALVATION
ARMY, THE, Feigels Addn, BLOCK 12,
Lot 19 - 28
0058587/37-03-100-005; SENIOR CITI-
ZENS INCORPORATED, Canyon Lake
Senior Citizens Ce, TRACT 1 OF
CANYON LAKE SENIOR CITIZENS
CENTER
0016109/70-02-100-001; SOUTH
DAKOTA CHILDREN'S HOME SOCI-
ETY, S02, T2S, R06E, Black Hills Merid-
ian, LOT 4, SW1/4NW1/4
0048887/38-05-302-004; ST ELIZA-
BETH SETON CENTRAL CATHOLIC,
Bradsky #2, TRACT 4
0039745/63-06-253-003; WALL RODEO
BOOSTER CLUB, S06, T1S, R16E,
Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT 1
OF BLOCK G
0047526/20-25-379-011; WALL STREET
MISSION, Northern Heights, BLOCK 1,
Lot 3, OF TRACT A
0031705/37-12-127-001; WELCOME
HOME SOCIETY, INC, South Boulevard,
BLOCK 9, Lot 19 - 20
0043882/37-09-227-007; WELLSPRING
INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, Lot 7
- 8, S1/2 OF LOT 9 (ALSO IN SEC 4)
0043883/37-09-227-008; WELLSPRING
INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, N1/2
LOT 9; LOT 10-15 (ALSO IN SEC 4)
0043884/37-09-227-009; WELLSPRING
INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, Lot 18
- 20, (ALSO SEC 4)
0043885/37-09-227-010; WELLSPRING
INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, Lot 24
- 26, (ALSO IN SEC 4)
0043886/37-09-227-011; WELLSPRING
INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, Lot 27
- 34, (ALSO IN SEC 4)
0022616/37-09-227-002; WELLSPRING
INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, Lot 21
- 23
0043881/37-09-227-006; WELLSPRING
INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, Lot 2
- 6, (ALSO IN SEC 4)
0048539/38-06-427-004; WELLSPRING
INC, Bradsky, BLOCK 11, Lot 3 - 5
0036297/38-08-127-005; WESTERN SD
COMMUNITY ACTION, INC, Lombardy
Industrial Park, BLOCK 1, Lot 4B
0054208/37-01-153-022; WORKING
AGAINST VIOLENCE INC, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 115, Lot 12 -
16
0052900/37-02-203-019; YOUNG MENS
CHRISTIAN ASSOC OF RC, Boulevard
Addn, BLOCK 4, Lot 15 - 18
0052928/37-02-203-020; YOUNG MENS
CHRISTIAN ASSOC OF RC, Boulevard
Addn, BLOCK 4, Lot 13 - 14, LOT 19-20
0038465/37-02-234-004; YOUNG MENS
CHRISTIAN ASSOC OF RC, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 102, Lot A,
OF LOT 17-19
0038466/37-02-234-007; YOUNG MENS
CHRISTIAN ASSOC OF RC, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 102, Lot B,
OF LOT 17-19
0056418/37-02-234-015; YOUNG MENS
CHRISTIAN ASSOC OF RC, Original
Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 102, Lot 1 -
16, (ALSO IN SEC 1)
0047623/20-27-428-019; YOUTH AND
FAMILY SERVICES INC, Wesleyan
Christian Center, TRACT H.
Published March 21, 2013, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $418.7.
NOTICE FOR BIDS
FOR
WALL SEWER OUTFALL
RECONSTRUCTION
CITY OF WALL, SOUTH DAKOTA
Sealed bids will be received by the City
Finance Officer, City of Wall, Wall, South
Dakota, until 10:00 AM. MDT, April 3,
2013, at the office of the City Finance Of-
ficer, 501 Main Street, P.O. Box 314, Wall,
SD 57790, and will be publicly opened
and read for “Wall Sewer Outfall Recon-
struction”, City of Wall, South Dakota. All
proposals shall be made on the forms fur-
nished by the Owner.
Plans and specifications may be obtained
from CETEC Engineering Services, 1560
Concourse Drive, Rapid City, South
Dakota 57703, on or about March 6,
2013. A $50.00 non-refundable fee is re-
quired for plans and specifications for re-
quests outside the State of South Dakota.
Unsuccessful bidders shall return the
complete plans and specifications to
CETEC Engineering Services, Inc. within
14 days of bid opening.
Each bid envelope shall contain one Bid
Proposal only and shall be marked with
the words, “Sealed Bid – Wall Sewer Out-
fall Reconstruction, City of Wall, South
Dakota.”
The principal items of work for this project
are as follows:
Construction of a new 15" out-
fall sanitary sewer main in the
City of Wall. This work includes
5,000 LF of sewer main, 14
manholes, water main work,
service reconnections, 50 LF of
24" boring and jacking, 172 LF
of 4" directional drilling, 450
tons of asphalt paving, con-
crete replacement, lagoon
grading, traffic control, surface
restoration and related work.
Each bid must be accompanied by a cer-
tified check, cashier's check or a bank
draft drawn on a State or National Bank
for five percent (5%) of the amount bid,
payable to the City of Wall or in lieu
thereof, a bid bond for ten percent (10%)
of the amount bid by a surety authorized
to do business in the State of South
Dakota, payable to the City of Wall, as a
guarantee of the bidder entering into a
Contract with the City of Wall for the Wall
Sewer Outfall Reconstruction. The
checks of all unsuccessful bidders will be
returned within thirty (30) days after the
bids have been opened.
The City reserves the right to reject any
or all bids or to waive any informalities
and to accept the bid that is to the advan-
tage of and is in the best interest of the
City of Wall. The Contractor must hold a
current South Dakota state license as a
“sewer and water plumbing installer” per
ARSD 20:53:06, or a “plumbing license”
per SDCL 36-25. The Contractor shall be
able to demonstrate that he has success-
fully completed work of a similar nature
and scope as that required for the project
as outlined in the contract documents.
Carolynn Anderson
Finance Officer
Pennington County Courant • March 21, 2013 • Page 11 Public Notices
Public Notice Advertising
Protects Your Right To Know.
Pennington County List of
Exempt Properties
(cont. from previous page)
Continued on page 12
WEBSITE ADDRESS:
www.phiIipIivestock.com
EmaiI: info@phiIipIivestock.com
TO CONSIGN CATTLE OR HAVE A REPRESENTATIVE LOOK AT YOUR CATTLE, GIVE US A CALL:
THOR ROSETH, Owner
(605} 685.5826
BILLY MARKWED, FIeIdman
Midland · (605} 567.3385
JEFF LONG, FIeIdmanJAuctIoneer
Fcd Owl · (605} 985.5486
Ccll. (605} 515.0186
LYNN WEISHAAR, AuctIoneer
Fcva · (605} 866.4670
DAN PIROUTEK, AuctIoneer
Milcsvillc · (605} 544.3316
STEVEN STEWART
Yard Foreman
(605} 441.1984
BOB ANDERSON, FIeIdman
Siurgis · (605} 347.0151
BAXTER ANDERS, FIeIdman
Wasia · (605} 685.4862
PHILIP LIVESTOCK AUCTION
(60S) SS9:2S??
www.pbIIIpIIvestock.com
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Upoom1ng Co111e So1es:
TUESDAY, MAR. 26: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE
FEATUFINC DANCS VACCINATED HEIFEFS & FECULAF
CATTLE SALE & FOCHAIF ANCUS DULL SALE. WEIGH-
UPS: 10.00 A.M. ROGHAIR ANGUS: 12.00 P.M. (MT}
FEEDER CATTLE TO FOLLOW
CALVES: FS÷FALL SHOTS, NI÷NO IMPLANTS, AN÷ALL NAT-
UHAL, ASV÷AGE ö SOUHCE VEHIFIED
JONES & SONS - 525 DLK & A FEW FED STFS;
FS,NI,CFEEN ...................................................550-650=
PARSONS - 400 DLK & FED LIMM X CLVS;
FS,NI ................................................................650-800=
LONG - 250 DLK CLVS; FS,NI..............................600-700=
OLIVIER - 220 DLK CLVS; FS,NI,AN....................600-750=
BRUCH RANCH - 140 DLK HFFS; FS,NI.....................500=
EISENBRAUN & EISENBRAUN - 130 DLK STFS;
FS,NI,AN .................................................................750=
THOMPSON - 130 DLK DV FEPLC HFFS; FS,NI .........700=
JONES RANCH - 125 DLK & A FEW FED DV FEPLC
HFFS; FS,NI .....................................................550-650=
REEVES - 100 DLK DV FEPLC HFFS & STFS; FS,NI ..550=
RAUSCH & RAUSCH - 100 DLK CLVS; AN .................550=
GABRIEL EST & GABRIEL - 95 DLK, DWF, & A FEW FED
CLVS; FS..........................................................600-650=
OLSON - 80 DLK & FED CLVS; FS, HAY FED......600-625=
HAMMERSTROM - 60 DLK DV FEPLC. HFFS; FS,NI ..550=
BALDWIN - 50 FANCY DLK ANC HFFS; FS,NI .....650-750=
WELLER - 40 DLK DV FEPLC. HFFS; FS,NI................700=
FANNING ANGUS - 33 DLK ANC DV FEPLC. HFFS;
FS,NI .......................................................................750=
CARSTENSEN - 30 DLK STFS; FS..............................600=
RIGGINS - 25 DLK & DWF HFFS; FS,NI ..............500-600=
BOOMSMA - 15 DLK CLVS; FS...................................500=
CARLSON & CARLSON - 8 DLK CLVS; FS,NI .............600=
MOR£ CONS1GNM£NTS BY SAL£ DAY. CALL THOR ROS£TH AT
tDS-SS9-2S?? OR tDS-tSS-SS2t FOR MOR£ 1NFORMAT1ON.
TUESDAY, APR. 2: SPECIAL STOCK COW, DFED HEIFEF & PAIF
SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, APR. 16: SPECIAL STOCK COW, DFED HEIFEF & PAIF
SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, APR. 23: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE FEATUFINC
DANCS VACCINATED HEIFEFS & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, APR. 30: SPECIAL STOCK COW, DFED HEIFEF & PAIF
SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAY ?: DULL DAY & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAY 14: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF
CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAY 21: SPECIAL PAIF, STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF
SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAY 2S: NO SALE
TUESDAY, JUNE 4: SPECIAL PAIF SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JUNE 11: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF
CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JUNE 1S: FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JUNE 2S: DFY COW SPECIAL
TUESDAY, JULY 2: NO SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 9: FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 16: FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 23: FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 30: SPECIAL ANNIVEFSAFY YEAFLINC & FALL
CALF SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE & ANNIVEFSAFY DDQ
VIEW SALES LIVE ON THE INTERNET! Go to: www.pbIIIpIIvestock.com. UpcomIng saIes & consIgnments can be
vIewed on tbe Internet at www.pbIIIpIIvestock.com, or on tbe DTN: CIIck on SALE BARNS NORTH CENTRAL
PLA |s now qua||f|ed to hand|e th|rd party ver|f|ed
NhT6 catt|e (Non-hormona| Treated 6att|e}.
Reep suppor11ng R-CALF USA! R-CALF USA 1s our vo1oe 1n
governmen1 1o represen1 U.S. oo111e produoers 1n 1rode
morKe11ng 1ssues. ]o1n 1odog & Þe1p moKe o d1]]erenoe!
PhiIip Livestock Auction, in conjunction with Superior Livestock
Auction, wiII be offering video saIe as an additionaI service to our
consignors, with questions about the video pIease caII,
Jerry Roseth at 605:685:5820.
859-2577
PhiIip, SD
Upoom1ng Bu11 So1es
TUESDAY, MAR. 26: FOCHAIF ANCUS, 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, APR. 2: SLOVEK FANCH ANCUS & ANCUS PLUS CE-
NETIC DULL SALE, 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, APR. 9: ANDEFS & DAMFOW LONCHOFNS, 12.00 P.M.
MT
TUESDAY, APR. 16: CHEYENNE CHAFOLAIS, 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, APR. 23: FOFTUNE'S FAFTEF U CFOSS ANCUS, 12.00
P.M. MT
TUESDAY, MAY ?: DULL DAY
Upoom1ng Horse So1es
TUESDAY, APRIL 16: OPEN CONSICNMENT HOFSE SALE
FOLLOWINC THE CATTLE SALE.
CATTL£ R£PORT: MARCH J9, 2DJS
A 11gÞ1 run o] bred oo111e. Lo1s o] ue1gÞ-ups on o
s1rong morKe1. Qu11e o 1o1 o] Þorses.
BRED CATTLE:
ALLEN & FLOY OLSON - BOX ELDER
11.........DLK & DWF 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 1317= .........$1,420.00
18........DLK & DWF 5 & 6 YF OLD COWS 1311= .........$1,380.00
32..........DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH COWS 1318= .........$1,105.00
CAROLYN ANDERS - ELM SPRINGS
17.........DLK & DWF 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 1229= .........$1,390.00
22..........DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH COWS 1343= .........$1,175.00
36.......DLK & DWF DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1376= .........$1,075.00
RICHARD JOBGEN - KADOKA
17...................DLK 3 TO 6 YF OLD COWS 1339= .........$1,375.00
14.....................DLK SOLID MOUTH COWS 1451= .........$1,175.00
MIKE & ANITA HEATHERSHAW - QUINN
7......................DLK 5 & 6 YF OLD COWS 1229= .........$1,260.00
43..............DLK SOLID MOUTH OLD COWS 1300= .........$1,070.00
SEVEN BLACKFOOT RANCH - MILESVILLE
6......................DLK 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 1116= .........$1,225.00
9......................DLK 5 & 6 YF OLD COWS 1223= .........$1,200.00
VOLMER RANCH - OWANKA
27.................................DLK DFED HFFS 868= ...........$1,210.00
MIKE TRAPP - MIDLAND
12..........DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH COWS 1329= .........$1,180.00
12.......DLK & DWF DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1403= .........$1,085.00
WES & DUSTIN REEVES - OWANKA
10..........DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH COWS 1340= .........$1,180.00
DAN & JOHN OLDENBERG - PHILIP
5.....................DLK 3 TO 6 YF OLD COWS 1226= .........$1,110.00
WEIGH-UPS:
JERRY STOUT - KADOKA
1..........................................CHAF COW 1665= ..............$90.00
1..........................................CHAF COW 1275= ..............$84.50
LANDON STOUT - KADOKA
1..........................................CHAF COW 1720= ..............$89.00
1..........................................CHAF COW 1350= ..............$87.00
EARL PARSONS - MILESVILLE
1...........................................FED DULL 2050= ............$110.50
ARLIE RADWAY - HOWES
2 ..........................................DLK COWS 1235= ..............$88.50
DONELLE COBB - RED OWL
1..........................................CHAF COW 1225= ..............$87.50
1............................................FED COW 1410= ..............$86.00
WET2 & GRUBL - RED OWL
1 ...........................................DWF COW 1400= ..............$86.50
2................................DLK & DWF COWS 1513= ..............$82.75
1............................................DLK COW 1485= ..............$82.00
3 ..........................................DLK COWS 1452= ..............$81.75
MIKE TRAPP - MIDLAND
1............................................DLK COW 1290= ..............$86.50
FRANK & SHIRLEY HALLIGAN - MIDLAND
1 ...........................................DLK DULL 1590= ............$107.50
PHIL CARLEY - MILESVILLE
1 ...........................................DWF COW 1300= ..............$85.50
1............................................DLK COW 1530= ..............$84.00
1 ...........................................DWF COW 1245= ..............$82.50
REUBEN VOLLMER, JR - MIDLAND
1............................................DLK COW 1165= ..............$85.50
HARLAN & LINDA EISENBRAUN - CREIGHTON
1 ...........................................DLK DULL 1895= ............$106.50
BILL SLOVEK - PHILIP
1 ...........................................DLK DULL 1620= ............$105.00
TUCKER MCDANIEL - MIDLAND
1............................................DLK COW 1455= ..............$85.00
GERAD JULSON - WALL
1............................................DLK COW 1265= ..............$84.50
1......................................DLK COWETTE 980= ................$96.00
STEVE MCDANIEL - MIDLAND
8..........................................DLK HFFTS 853= ..............$104.50
BRANDON ROCK - LONG VALLEY
1............................................DLK COW 1280= ..............$84.00
1............................................DLK COW 1440= ..............$83.50
JAMES ROCK - LONG VALLEY
2 ..........................................DLK COWS 1495= ..............$83.50
COLTON MCDANIEL - PHILIP
1............................................DLK COW 1545= ..............$83.00
BAXTER ANDERS - WALL
2..........................................DWF COWS 1308= ..............$83.00
KARL SCHUL2 - PHILIP
1 ...........................................DLK DULL 2120= ............$103.50
CLINT AMIOTTE - INTERIOR
1......................................X DFED DULL 1705= ............$102.50
DON HECK - KADOKA
1............................................FED COW 1470= ..............$82.50
MONTE WHITCHER - SCENIC
1............................................DLK COW 1395= ..............$82.50
4......................................DLK COWETTE 1003= ..............$90.00
GARY HERRINGTON - HERMOSA
1............................................DLK COW 1465= ..............$82.00
OLDENBERG RANCH - PHILIP
1............................................DLK COW 1450= ..............$82.00
ROGER & CORY FORTUNE - QUINN
1............................................DLK COW 1460= ..............$82.00
10 ..................................DLK COWETTES 1090= ..............$90.50
GORDON FLESNER - MILESVILLE
1............................................DLK COW 1490= ..............$81.50
GOLDEN WILLOW SEEDS - MIDLAND
1............................................DLK COW 1615= ..............$81.00
GLENN JONES - WHITE OWL
1............................................FED COW 1580= ..............$80.00
MIKE LIVERMONT - BELVIDERE
1 ...........................................DLK DULL 1745= ............$101.00
BART UHLIR - HERMOSA
1...........................................FED DULL 2045= ............$100.00
ROSETH BORTHERS - MIDLAND
12........................................DLK HFFTS 854= ..............$101.50
1 ...........................................DLK DULL 1650= ............$103.00
2EB HOFFMAN - CREIGHTON
2 ....................................DLK COWETTES 948= ................$95.50
JIM WHITCHER - SCENIC
8 ....................................DLK COWETTES 913= ................$93.50
CREW CATTLE CO - PHILIP
2 ....................................DLK COWETTES 918= ................$93.50
2 ....................................DLK COWETTES 905= ................$91.00
BO SLOVEK - PHILIP
2 ....................................DLK COWETTES 1013= ..............$92.50
PAUL ERICKSON - MURDO
1......................................DLK COWETTE 1190= ..............$90.00
NEIL FANNING ANGUS
17 DLK ANCUS DULLS..........................................AVC. $2130
HORSE REPORT
1099= & UNDEF.................................................13.00 - 26.00
1100= & OVEF ...................................................24.00 - 38.00
SADDLE PFOSPECTS ............................525.00 - 1025.00/HD
Pennington County Courant • March 21, 2013 • Page 12
Wall City Council Minutes
(cont. from previous page)
Finance Officer (FO) Anderson com-
mented the City’s security on the website
was compromised and was shut down for
a while. Anderson stated she converted
to a different company and the website is
back up and with a new look. Be sure to
check it out at HYPERLINK
"http://www.wallsd.us" www.wallsd.us
FO Anderson mentioned the District 9
Municipal League meeting will be held
April 17th in New Underwood.
FO Anderson explained the Cactus Café
questioned if their liquor license could be
transferred to Fat Boys BBQ for a wed-
ding reception. Fat Boys BBQ holds a li-
cense for malt beverage and wine. Ander-
son contacted the Dept. of Revenue for
Special Licenses and found state statue
does allow this since both businesses
and alcohol licenses are held by the
same owners; upon approval of the City
Council. A publication for a public hearing
is required for the council to approve the
transfer. Motion by Hustead, second by M
Anderson to approve proceeding forward
with the hearing and to charge the same
fee as other special liquor licenses. Mo-
tion carried.
FO Anderson explained a dog was picked
up for running at large over the weekend.
The owner claimed the dog and paid the
fee to release it from impoundment. The
dog was not licensed and the owner was
told they had ten (10) days to get the
proof of vaccination and license the ani-
mal. Anderson explained the local vet will
not provide service for the dog because it
is a pit-bull. The dog owner explained
they purchase the vaccination from the
local vet and administer it themselves.
Anderson told the owner they had ten
(10) days to bring the proof of receipt into
the office. Anderson stated the ordinance
is not specific on how to handle this sort
of situation and would like clarification on
how this issue should have been ad-
dressed. Motion by M Anderson, second
by Hustead for Anderson to propose an
amendment to the ordinance for the April
meeting that a vet must administer the
vaccination and not just proof of purchase
of the vaccine. Motion carried.
The County replied to the City request to
reopen driveways that were closed during
snow removal on Fourth Avenue. The
county welcomed the City to open drive-
ways on Fourth Avenue but they would
not be able to do it. The City will clear the
bike path portion on Fourth Avenue as
time allows but no driveways.
Motion by Hustead, second by S Ander-
son to approve Garrett attend the water
training class in Rapid City on March
12th. Motion carried.
Motion by Leonard, second by Dunker to
declare the ‘well screen’ from Well #5 as
surplus and allow Weston Engineering to
purchase it. Motion carried.
H-C Galloway has been working on the
Scada System update. It was decided the
antenna on Well #6 could become
blocked when Dakota Mill constructs the
last approved bin; therefore that antenna
will be sent to Well #4 and then on to the
water tower.
Mayor Hahn commented the Public
Works (PW) employees are holding daily
meeting at 4:15pm to plan the next days
work and review the work done that day.
He encourages council members to drop
in these meetings randomly. Hahn also
commended the PW employees on a
good job done painting the Grand Hall
and replacing the ceiling tiles.
Councilman Dunker and Councilman
Leonard both announced they will not be
seeking re-election for their seats on the
council.
The next City Council meeting will be
Thursday, April 4th at 6:30pm.
Motion by Leonard, second by Dunker to
go into executive session for the purpose
of discussing personnel and legal issues
according to SDCL 1-25-2 at 8:30pm.
Mayor Hahn called the meeting out of ex-
ecutive session at 9:07pm.
With no further business, the meeting
was adjourned at 9:07pm.
____________
David L. Hahn,
Mayor
___________________
Carolynn M. Anderson,
Finance Officer
Published March 21, 2013, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $139.71.
NOTICE OF
PROPOSED ACTION
WHITE RIVER WATERLINE
EXTENSION PROJECT
BUFFALO GAP NATIONAL
GRASSLAND
Notice is hereby given that the Forest
Service, United States Department of
Agriculture, is accepting public comments
on a project proposal to install nine miles
of waterline extensions from existing wa-
terlines, three new water meter pits and
12 tanks on Forest Service allotments. As
proposed, the new tanks and extensions
will provide reliable water sources for live-
stock and wildlife in five grazing allot-
ments within the White River Cooperative
Grazing District, Jackson County, SD.
These proposed improvements will dis-
tribute the grazing more evenly across
the pastures resulting in a more consis-
tent utilization of the vegetative resources
and reducing the chances of certain
areas being severely impacted. The new
water sources will also relieve stress on
wildlife such as big game in drought
years, improve the health of livestock,
and prevent animal losses to entrapment
and poisoning as existing improvements
are reduced by drought to unhealthy con-
ditions. This use of national grassland is
authorized under Federal Land Policy
and Management Act as Amended
10/21/1976 (43 U.S.C. 1701 - 1782) and
Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act of July
22, 1937, as amended (7 U.S.C. 1010-
1012).
The purpose of this comment period is to
provide an opportunity for the public to
provide early and meaningful participation
on a proposed action prior to an environ-
mental analysis being drafted and made
available for public review. Individuals
and organizations wishing to provide
comments, be eligible to appeal or other-
wise express interest during this com-
ment period must meet the information
requirements of 36 CFR 215.6(a)(3).
Those who are eligible may appeal the
decision pursuant to 36 CFR part 215
regulations.
Written, facsimile, hand-delivered, oral,
and electronic comments concerning this
action will be accepted for 30 calendar
days following publication of this notice in
the Pennington County Courant. It is the
responsibility of persons providing com-
ments to submit them by the close of the
comment period.
Comments must reference White River
Waterline Extension Project and be sub-
mitted to: Buffalo Gap National Grass-
land, ATTN: Randall Griebel, P.O. Box
425, Wall, South Dakota 57790; (605)
279-2125. The office business hours for
those submitting hand-delivered com-
ments are: 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Monday
through Friday, excluding holidays.
Additional information may be obtained
by contacting Randall Griebel, Project
Leader, at (605) 279-2125 or by e-mail at
rgriebel@fs.fed.us. In cases where no
identifiable name is attached to a com-
ment, a verification of identity will be re-
quired for appeal eligibility. If using an
electronic message, a scanned signature
is one way to provide verification. USDA
is an equal opportunity provider and em-
ployer.
Published March 21, 2013, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $31.77.
NOTICE OF
HEARING
BEFORE
THE PENNINGTON COUNTY
PLANNING AND ZONING
COMMISSION
AND THE PENNINGTON COUNTY
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Notice is hereby given that the following
petitioners have applied to the Penning-
ton County Planning Board of Commis-
sioners under the provisions of the Pen-
nington County Zoning Ordinance as fol-
lows:
Arlean Crow; Dan Crow – Agent, has ap-
plied for a Rezone to rezone 47.47 acres
from Limited Agriculture District to Gen-
eral Agriculture District located on Lot 8
Revised, Palmer Gulch Placer MS 690,
Section 27, T1S, R5E, BHM, Pennington
County, South Dakota, 12721 S. Highway
16, in accordance with Sections 205 and
508 of the Pennington County Zoning Or-
dinance.
Jarvis and Frances Olson; Fisk Land Sur-
veying – Agent, have applied for a Re-
zone to rezone 7.65 acres from Limited
Agriculture District to Low Density Resi-
dential District located on a parcel of land
located in the South One-Half of the
Northeast One-Quarter of the Southeast
One-Quarter (S½NE¼SE¼) of Section
Thirty-Five (35) in Township One North
(T1N), Range Three East (R3E) of the
Black Hills Meridian (BHM), Pennington
County, South Dakota, more fully de-
scribed as follows: Beginning at the
southwest corner of said South One-Half
of the Northeast One Quarter of the
Southeast One Quarter (S½NE¼SE¼) of
Section Thirty-Five (35) in Township One
North (T1N), Range Three East (R3E) of
the Black Hills Meridian (BHM), Penning-
ton County, South Dakota, said point
being located on a 1/16th section line of
said Section Thirty-Five (35) and being
marked by a US Forest Service Monu-
ment; thence, northerly along the 1/16th
section line of said Section Thirty-Five
(35), North 00 degrees 09 minutes 00
seconds West, a distance of 260.00 feet
more or less to a point marked by a rebar
with survey cap RW FISK 6565; thence,
South 89 degrees 51 minutes 02 seconds
East a distance of 1,282.70 feet more or
less to a point located on the westerly line
of the section line right-of-way for said
Section Thirty-Five (35), said right-of-way
being known as Paradise Drive, and said
point being marked by a rebar with survey
cap RW FISK 6565; thence, southerly on
the westerly line of said section line right-
of-way and on the westerly line of Para-
dise Drive right-of-way, South 00 degrees
00 minutes 43 seconds East a distance
of 260.00 feet more or less, said point
being located on a 1/16th section line and
coincident with the northeast corner of
Tract 14 of Leisure Hills Estates, and said
point being marked by a monument with
survey cap LS 2196; thence, westerly on
said 1/16th section line and on the north
line of said Tract 14 of Leisure Hills Es-
tates, North 89 degrees 53 minutes 45
seconds West a distance of 549.64 feet
more or less to the northwest corner of
said Tract 14 of Leisure Hills Estates, said
point being coincident with the northeast
corner of Tract 15 of Leisure Hills Estates
and said point being marked by a monu-
ment with survey cap LS 2196; thence,
continuing westerly on said 1/16th section
line and on the north line of said Tract 15
of Leisure Hills Estates, North 89 degrees
43 minutes 18 seconds West a distance
of 542.94 feet more or less to the north-
west corner of Tract 15 of Leisure Hills
Estates, said point being coincident with
the northeast corner of Tract 21 of Leisure
Hills Estates and said point being marked
by a monument with survey cap LS 2196;
thence, continuing westerly on said
1/16th section line and on the north line
of said Tract 21 of Leisure Hills Estates,
South 89 degrees 54 minutes 44 seconds
West 189.50 feet more or less to the point
of beginning. Said tract of land contains
7.65 acres, more or less, 23465 Paradise
Drive, in accordance with Sections 206,
207, and 508 of the Pennington County
Zoning Ordinance.
Notice is further given that said applica-
tions will be heard by the Pennington
County Board of Commissioners in the
County Courthouse at 10:30 a.m. on the
2nd day of April 2013. At this time, any
person interested may appear and show
cause, if there be any, why such requests
should or should not be granted.
ADA Compliance: Pennington County
fully subscribes to the provisions of the
Americans with Disabilities Act. If you de-
sire to attend this public meeting and are
in need of special accommodations,
please notify the Planning Director so that
appropriate auxiliary aids and services
are available.
DAN JENNISSEN,
PLANNING DIRECTOR
JULIE A. PEARSON,
PENNINGTON COUNTY AUDITOR
Published March 21, 2013, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $42.57.
CANCELLATION OF
ELECTION NOTICE
There will not be an election in the
Town of Quinn for the vacancy on the
board. Jerry Pabst has circulated a peti-
tion and returned it to the finance officer.
Debbie Bryan
Town of Quinn
Finance Officer
Published March 14 & 21, 2013, at the
total approximate cost of $9.09.
CeII: 60S-441-2SS9 - Res: 60S-SS9-2S?S - Fax: 60S-SS9-32?S
S20 E. Hwy. 14 PO Box 3S
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