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Number 18
Volume 108
May 1, 2013
(Reprinted with permission from
Pro Rodeo Sports News)
Ote Berry qualified for his first
Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in
1985, the same year the event
moved to the Thomas & Mack Cen-
ter in Las Vegas.
It was an auspicious start for the
NFR and for Berry.
The steer wrestler had a rough
beginning, though, and didn’t
place until the seventh round,
when a three-way split of third
place sparked his confidence.
That’s when a reputation for
clutch performances was born with
a storybook finish.
“I won the ninth and 10th
rounds, won the average, and won
the world that first year out there,”
Berry said. “When it all came to-
gether at the end like that, it was
pretty special. After that, I always
had a lot of confidence when I rode
into that building.”
Berry rode into the Thomas &
Mack Center as one of the top 15
steer wrestlers in the world 14
times. He finished in the top five of
the world standings 10 times and
collected four world championship
gold buckles on a journey that
eventually led to the ProRodeo
Hall of Fame, where he was in-
ducted in 1998.
That journey began in South
Dakota, where Berry was the
youngest of six kids who all com-
peted in junior rodeos while grow-
ing up.
“My dad, Buster, was what you
might call a circuit cowboy now,
never getting too far from home,”
Berry said. “He rode broncs when
he was younger, and mostly steer
wrestled later. Like a lot of ranch
kids, I idolized the rodeo cowboys
while I was growing up. I saw guys
like Larry Mahan and Phil Lyne at
some of the rodeos up there. That
was before video games and com-
puters, so my brothers and sisters
and I spent most of our time enter-
taining ourselves outside – usually
on the back of a horse.
Berry shifted from bareback rid-
ing to bulldogging during his early
teen years, and, after the family
moved to Gordon, Neb., he won the
National High School Rodeo Asso-
ciation steer wrestling title in
1980. That landed him a rodeo
scholarship to Eastern Wyoming
College in Torrington.
Two years later he joined the
PRCA and moved to Checotah,
Okla., home of many of the coun-
try’s best steer wrestlers.
“My dad always said you’re only
as good as the competition you go
against, so I came down here
where the best were,” said Berry,
who still lives in Checotah.
Berry got a new horse, Cadillac,
and the pairing clicked.
“I placed at Odessa and won
Denver that winter, and that re-
ally boosted my confidence,” he
said.
Berry rode Cadillac to his first
world title, a year after John W.
Jones Jr. triumphed in 1984. Steve
Duhon won his first championship
in ’86 and that trio of steer
wrestlers dominated the event for
12 years, winning 10 titles – three
each by Jones and Duhon.
“I met Ote at the National High
School Rodeo Finals in Yakima,
Wash., in 1980 and we’ve been
friends ever since,” Duhon said.
“The three of us were all good
friends, and we kind of went about
things the same way. You didn’t
hear those two guys talk a lot, and
I’d like to think I was kind of the
same way.”
Jones says that when the compe-
tition was tight and the pressure
was on, Berry and Duhon were
clutch performers.
“Ote was a clutch guy,” Jones
said. “That’s what I remember best
about him. He and Steve were both
that way. They were both big
strong guys who were really ath-
letic, and they thrived in those
pressure situations.”
Berry was at his best when the
chips were down in Las Vegas; he
won at least a share of the 10th
round at the NFR an amazing
seven times in his career, includ-
ing all four years he was world
champion. Only Billy Etbauer,
with 13, has more 10th round
buckles. Joe Beaver also holds
seven final-round victories; five of
those coming in the tie-down rop-
ing and two as a team roper.
The most dramatic of Berry’s
seven final-round triumphs came
in 1990. Berry led the world stand-
ings as the NFR began but Mike
Smith mounted a ferocious chal-
lenge. Placing in seven of the first
nine rounds, Smith went from
13th place to first.
“I figured I had to win first in
the final round and he couldn’t
place for me to win the title,” Berry
said. “I ran through all the differ-
ent scenarios I could imagine on
that last steer a hundred times
and then cleared my head. It’s not
that I wasn’t nervous – I don’t care
what people say, there are more
Whatever happened to Ote Berry?
nerves in play there – but you
learn to control your nerves in-
stead of letting them control you.”
Berry scored 3.9 seconds, split
the round with Todd Fox, and
Smith didn’t place. Berry won the
title by a mere $148.
“I thought I had figured every-
thing, but I hadn’t thought about a
split for first,” Berry said. “Those
were some pretty tense moments
in the press room waiting for the
final tally.”
Berry says that while he doesn’t
miss the all-night drives and early-
morning slack, the friends he
made along the way and the cama-
raderie among competitors are
priceless.
“Steve and I still talk on the
phone almost every week,” he said.
“That’s what’s great about rodeo,
and it’s especially true for the steer
wrestlers, I think. It’s a tight-knit
bunch of guys who will do any-
thing to help each other, but we all
wanted to win.”
Berry remained relatively in-
jury-free while wrestling steers for
a living for nearly two decades.
But a knee injury he sustained
when his horse fell on him while
team roping forced an end to his
steer wrestling career.
“I loved steer wrestling, but my
body just couldn’t do it anymore,”
Berry said.
He became a sales representa-
tive for an animal health supply
company for several years, and
now sells trucks for Bailey Motors
in Okmulgee, Okla.
His twins – son Denver and
daughter Jayci – are seniors in
high school. Jayci barrel races and
Denver wrestled steers in junior
high and as a freshman, but his
passion is football.
“He has some of the most natu-
ral talent throwing steers I’ve ever
seen in a kid,” Berry said. “He
liked it, but he loves football like I
loved rodeo. He hurt his knee
throwing steers when he was a
freshman, missed a couple games,
and that really killed him. My
wife, Jamie, and I really got into
going to all of his games.”
Berry has found another outlet
for his competitive nature: poker
tournaments.
“I don’t know if it’s the same
kind of rush, but I can compare a
lot of it to rodeo,” he said. “When I
started playing, I was a novice,
and they ate me alive.”
As with rodeo, he improved
quickly.
“I wouldn’t say I’m at world-
class level, but I do pretty well in
my circles,” he said.
“I’d love to play in the World Se-
ries of Poker someday. It’s like
steer wrestling was for me; you
can always get better, but you’ll
never perfect it. I never thought I
made a perfect run. No matter how
fast I was, I could always break it
down to where I could have been
just a little faster.
“I guess it’s just the competition
I love.”
Scott “Ote” Berry flashing that
winning smile.
~Photo Courtesy of
Pro Rodeo Sports News
Interior School’s combined sixth,
seventh, and eighth grade class re-
cently won a National Kids to
Parks Day contest.
The class was awarded $1,000
for an overnight camping trip to
Badlands National Park. Although
the school regularly participates in
park education programs, this will
be the first student campout of its
kind.
The fourteen students in the
award-winning class wrote a pro-
posal to camp at the primitive
Sage Creek Campground.
Park rangers worked with the
students to help them plan outdoor
Interior School students win
National Kids to Parks contest
Students practice putting up tents in preparation for their cam-
pout. ~Courtesy Photo
activities that emphasize healthy
living, educational goals, and stew-
ardship of park resources.
“We live in a rural area and are
far apart from each other. This is a
chance to spend time together out-
side of school,” wrote the middle
schoolers in their contest entry.
“For those of us that have never
been out camping we will learn to
pitch a tent and learn other valu-
able camping skills. We will keep a
nature journal so our memories
will last a lifetime.”
To get ready for their campout
next month, the students partici-
pated in an Explorers Program
with Badlands Chief Ranger Casey
Osback.
They learned about search and
rescue procedures, getting hands-
on training in important outdoor
skills that professional rangers
rely on.
“The Explorers Program allows
kids to learn by doing,” said Os-
back. “We hope the memories they
make today will inspire some of
them to pursue careers in the
parks. Ultimately, our work with
these students is helping to create
the next generation of park stew-
ards.”
Interior middle school teacher
Jennifer Van Pelt said, “The kids
are so excited about this opportu-
nity. It’s a great culmination of our
ongoing educational partnership
with Badlands.”
The National Kids to Parks Day
Contest is sponsored by the Na-
tional Park Trust. The contest sup-
ports bringing students to parks
for National Kids to Parks Day, an
annual celebration that supports
First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s
Move Outside!” initiative.
Winning schools around the
country receive funding for one
park experience, including school
bus transportation, healthy
snacks, park related fees, or sup-
plies.
More than 73 municipal officials
representing 11 cities gathered at
the South Dakota Municipal
League’s annual District 9 Meet-
ing, held in New Underwood on
April 25, 2013.
Yvonne Taylor, South Dakota
Municipal League Executive Di-
rector, spoke about the outcome of
the 2013 Legislative Session, and
the effect new laws will have on
South Dakota municipalities. Tay-
lor also discussed the direction and
future of the Municipal League
and services offered to the munici-
palities.
“More and more we are seeing
Municipal Officials meet in New Underwood
the need to get better information
out to the citizens and legislators.
Municipal government provides a
vast array of services, and people
need to be informed of where their
tax dollars are going. This type of
education can only benefit munici-
pal government. The taxpayers
would be very proud of their local
government if they were fully
aware of how much service a mu-
nicipality provides at a relatively
low cost,” Taylor said.
Paul Young, SDML President for
2013 and Councilmember for the
City of Spearfish, was also on hand
Mighty Wall Players present
Comedy Hour ... and then some
The Mighty Wall Players Comedy Hour ... and then some. Wall Community area members were
entertained with sketches for the Carol Burnett Show on April 26 and 27 at the Powerhouse by
the Mighty Wall Players. The audience was enlightened with musical numbers, skits and nonstop
laughter. Cast members are: Back row: from left to right ... Winter Godfrey, Sterling Ellens, Austin
Huether, Ryder Wilson, Ridge Sandal, Travis Brenner, David Sykora and Preston Eisenbraun. Third
row: from left to right ... Sierra Wilson, Katy Bielmaier and Autumn Deering. Second row: from
left to right ... Cat Brunnemann, Paisley Godfrey, Libbi Sykora, Analise Garland, Michaela Schaefer,
Nicole Eisenbraun, Elle Moon and Emily Ferris. Front row: from left to right ... Aidan Brunnemann
and Cody Harris. (Another picture is on page 3.) ~Photo Laurie Hindman
to discuss his priorities for the cur-
rent year as well as to conduct the
election of District 9 officers for the
upcoming year. Others in atten-
dance were representatives of var-
ious state agencies and represen-
tatives of groups affiliated with the
Municipal League.
Gary Lipp, Mayor in Custer, was
re-elected as District 9 Chair and
Harley Lux, City Administrator in
Hot Springs, was elected as Vice
Chair.
In other business, those attend-
ing voted to hold the 2014 District
9 Meeting in Hot Springs.
by Cris Anderson,
New Underwood Post
When the freshmen students
from Douglas, New Underwood,
Wall and Kadoka Area high
schools arrived at the Douglas
High School complex on Wednes-
day morning, they had no idea
what the day would involve. Fire
departments, ambulance services,
Pennington County Sheriff ’s de-
partments, South Dakota High-
way Patrol, personnel from
Ellsworth Air Force Base, mem-
bers of the South Dakota National
Guard, the 7th Circuit Court,
MADD among many others joined
forces to teach the youth about the
dangers and consequences of
choices.
The full day of hands-on activi-
ties known as Freshman Impact:
Caught in the Moment, addressed
issues of particular interests of
teens today like peer pressure, tex-
ting while driving, impaired driv-
ing, teen suicide awareness, bully-
ing, underage drinking, synthetic
drugs and other drugs.
New Underwood High School
Principal Joel Hovland is im-
pressed with the impact of the pro-
gram. “Since I’ve been in New Un-
derwood, I have attended this
amazing event,” stated Hovland.
“Every time when we arrive, the
students are giggling and not tak-
ing anything serious. When we
leave though, you can hear a
cricket on that bus ride home.
They are definitely thinking about
what they learn here today.”
Cofounder of Freshman Impact:
Caught in the Moment Rick
McPherson was excited about the
event. “This is the largest group of
students we have had. Today we
have 247 students here and we’ve
had a pretty smooth day,” stated
McPherson.
After the students returned
from lunch, the Douglas Audito-
rium was transformed into a skit
scene and court room where stu-
dents saw firsthand exactly where
decision making can impact the
most. Volunteer students from all
of the participating schools per-
formed a skit involving drugs and
alcohol after moving words from
Joyce Glynn of White River talked
about her experience.
“Do you all like going to school,”
asked Glynn. Many of the student
indicated no. “My son did not ei-
ther. He did it because he had to.
He couldn’t wait to get out of
school and make his own deci-
sions,” explained Glynn. “And
when he graduated, my husband
said to him ‘stay at the party’. We
knew he would be drinking so we
said to stay the night there and we
would see him the next day. For
some reason, he tried to drive
home at six in the morning and he
did not make it. Alcohol confuses
your thought process. Now his
time he put into going to school
and hating it is wasted,” stated
Glynn.
The students then walked and
viewed the multiple agencies
working together to mock rescue
the victims of a scene outside and
then were ushered inside to watch
the legal ramifications of the
choices of the students.
The event concluded with a
question and answer session about
the day with most questions being
about the legalities of the court
system.
The next Freshmen Impact pro-
gram will be in Custer on May 10.
Wall students attend Freshmen Impact
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My senior project
“Behind Studio Walls.” Libbi Sykora composed and recorded a
song professionally. Sykora who plays a number of instruments
isn’t sure what she is going to do with the song yet, but hasn’t
ruled out the possibility of making a record. She plans to attend
BHSU and major in Math Education.
~Photos Laurie Hindman
“Wall Youth Basketball.” Cody Harris held a camp for the
younger basketball players the end of November. He had 70 plus
kids at the clinic and during the halftime games played in De-
cember, the basketball players scrimmaged against each other.
Harris said, “It was a lot of fun and a good overall project.” He
plans to attend SDSU and is uncertain as to what his major will
be.
“Making a Breast Collar.” Kailey Rae Sawvell spent 30 hours
making a breast collar for her goat horse. She said, “She needed
a new one and decided to make her own so she could have it
the way she wanted it. Sawvell will be attend BHSU this fall to
persue an English education.
(Effective April 25, 2013)
Seasonal Spring Load Limits are
no longer in effect on Pennington
County Asphalt Roads east of
Highway 79.
Load Limits remain in effect on
all asphalt roads west of Highway
Seasonal load limits
The Centennial Stage at the
South Dakota State Fair is always
a popular attraction with the Sher-
win Linton Show performing three
times daily.
“A big part of each show is the
many guest performers that we
feature as opening acts with our
performances at 11 a.m., 2 and 4
p.m. each day,” Linton said. “Some
of these guests have been on our
shows for several years, but each
year we look for new talent among
South Dakota entertainers. This is
a wonderful opportunity for South
Dakota musicians, singers and en-
tertainers to perform at a major
South Dakota venue.”
The State Fair and Linton are
looking for individuals and groups
who would like to be considered as
guests on the Centennial Stage at
the 2013 South Dakota State Fair.
Interested entertainers are asked
to submit a DVD or CD, a brief bio
and photo to:
South Dakota State Fair
Attn: Sherwin Linton
State Fair and Sherwin
Linton want S.D. talent
890 3rd Street Southwest
Huron, SD 57350
All submissions must be re-
ceived by June 1, 2013.
The 2013 South Dakota State
Fair will run from Thursday, Aug.
29, through Monday, Sept. 2.
Channel Seeds Preview Night will
be Wednesday, Aug. 28. This year’s
theme is “Starry Nights and Mid-
way Lights”.
For more information on State
Fair events, contact the Fair office
at 800-529-0900, visit www.sd-
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Agriculture is South Dakota's
No. 1 industry, generating over
$21 billion in annual economic ac-
tivity and employing more than
122,000 South Dakotans. The
South Dakota Department of Agri-
culture's mission is to promote,
protect, preserve and improve this
industry for today and tomorrow.
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A rifle roping was held on Sun-
day, April 21 at the Ruland Arena,
LLC. Results are as following:
Rifle Roping: 24 contestants,
two go arounds:
•Go Winners: First - Shaun Ru-
land/Billy Myers - 5.12; Second -
Austin O’Dea/Riley Ruland - 5.97.
•Average Winners: First and
Rifle winner - Clint Nelson - 35.41;
Second - Tucker McDaniel - 38.82;
Third - Brooke Nelson - 39.60;
Fourth - Devin McGrath - 46.42;
Mark your calendars! You asked
and we listened! The Wall Commu-
nity Library is excited to announce
a “Meet the Author!” event.
Jennifer Rogers Spinola, author
of Southern Fried Sushi, Like
Sweet Potato Pie, ‘Til Grits Do Us
Part, and Yellowstone Memories
will be coming to give a presenta-
tion at the Wall Community Li-
brary on Saturday, May 25, 2013
at 11:00 a.m.
Jennifer Rogers Spinola has just
relocated from Brasilia, Brazil to
rural South Dakota with her
Brazilian husband, Athos, four-
year-old son, Ethan, and her
newest son, baby Seth.
She is the author of the "South-
ern Fried Sushi" series (the first
book earning a Christy Award
nomination) and an upcoming ro-
mance novella collection based on
Yellowstone National Park.
Jenny is an advocate for adop-
tion and loves the outdoors, pho-
tography, writing, and camping.
She has previously served as an
ESL teacher, missionary to Japan,
middle- and high-school teacher,
Wall Community Library,
upcoming May events
and National Park Service volun-
teer.
Jenny has a B.A. in
English/journalism from Gardner-
Webb University in North Car-
olina.
She is a member of Association
of Christian Fiction Writers and
International Christian Fiction
Writers.
Come listen to Jenny talk about
her writing and ask all those ques-
tions you’ve always wanted to talk
to an author about!
Yes, the Library has her South-
ern Fried Sushi series available for
checkout!
Don’t forget about our Summer
Reading Program which runs the
months of June, July, and August.
Story Time is every Friday and
we will have special guests.
The theme for this summer’s
program is “Dig Into Reading”.
As always, we will have a read-
ing contest with prizes for top
readers.
A reminder that Story Time is
every Friday at 9:00 a.m., and
Book Club Meetings are the last
Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m.
The Book Club meeting on May
29 will discuss The Wonderful Wiz-
ard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. You
can check out a paper or e-book
copy at the Library.
For more details on any of these
or other programs, please stop by
the Library at 407 Main Street;
Wednesdays from 12:00 to 7:00
p.m., Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. and 1:30 to 5:00 p.m.
and Fridays from 8:00 am to 1:00
p.m.
Or, give us a call at 279-2929 or
check our website: www.squidoo.co
m/wall-community-library or Face
book page Wall Community Li-
brary”.
Fifth - Riley Ruland - 46.55.
In the last roping there were 64
teams.
•Go winners: Austin
O’Dea/Dalton Richter - 6.98.
•Average winners: First - Levi
Hapney/Klay O’Daniel - 23.55;
Second - Shaun Ruland/Red Lem-
mel - 25.10; Third - Tucker Mc-
Daniel/Zeb Hoffman - 35.59;
Fourth - Tucker McDaniel/Rocky
Tibbs - 35.76; Fifth - Devin Mc-
Grath/Red Lemmel - 55.73.
Ruland Arena LLC rifle roping results
Elm Springs students take part
in “April is poetry month”
Not over by New York,
Or on the Florida coast,
Not even in Washington,
Not in Washington DC,
But man did it snow in the mid-
dle of the United States,
It was first just a mist and then it
snowed,
It snowed so hard,
It snowed so hard you couldn’t
see,
Some baby calves made it,
Some baby calves didn’t,
We saved one but had to put him
on a horse,
He sure was a big snow ball,
We put him in the porch of the old
house,
The washer and dryer divided
him from the basement,
So he would not fall down the
stairs,
When I went to check him it was
sure warm in there,
He made it,
Now he is back with his mom,
This storm lasted two day,
It was a blessing to have snow,
This was once chance of a life
time.
The Elm Spring eighth graders
will be feature in the May 8, issue
of the Pennington County
Courant.
The Elm Springs students cele-
brated Poetry month in April by
writing poems. Each student se-
lected a topic and here is the re-
sults of kindergarten though
fourth grade:
Calving
By Rylan Elshere
Kindergarten
Calving is fun.
I like newborn calves!
My Kittens
By James Nachtigall
First grade
My kitten’s eyes are open.
There is a black one
Two are striped
And one is white with black spots.
Springtime with Horses
By Jonnie Jo Anders
First grade
Horses have colts,
They jump and kick.
And colts have fun,
In the sun!
Winter in Springtime
By Camri Elshere
Fourth grade
It started when we watched the
news,
It was sure a shocker,
It was just the middle parts,
Elsie Fortune receives full
ride to Northwest College
Elsie Fortune has been recruited by Northwest College to be-
come a member of their rodeo team this fall. She signed a letter
of intent this week and will be receiving a full-ride scholarship.
Northwest College is a two-year college located in Powell, Wyo.
Elsie will be majoring in Photographic Communications. Pic-
tured left to right: Elsie Fortune and Kathy Fortune.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
79. These roads are posted at
seven tons per axle.
If you have any questions,
please contact the Pennington
County Highway Department at
(605) 394-2166.
SOUTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING/ OPEN HOUSE
Project P-PH 0240(12)128 PCN 038D PENNINGTON COUNTY
SD Highway 240 from WaII South 6.3 miIes to the entrance to BadIands NationaI Park
ShouIder Widening, CoId MiIIing AsphaIt Concrete and AsphaIt Concrete Surfacing
Thursday, May 9, 2013 · 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. (MDT)
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The Lady Eagle golfers won the Philip Invitional Golf Tourna-
ment on Thursday, April 25, in Philip. The group shot a 312 and
Autumn Schulz also placed third in the individual placings. Pic-
tured from left to right ... Taylor Richter, Ellsa Westby, Jennifer
Emery and Schulz. ~Courtesy Photo
Lady Eagles golfers win Philip Invite
Eagles golf team wins Philip Invite
By Coach Patterson
The track squad traveled to
Kadoka on April 25, 2013 for the
Sunshine Invite after a three week
absent due to spring snow storms.
The weather was great and now
it is performance time.
Tyler Pederson has prequalified
in the triple jump and again
jumped over 40 feet to win the
event.
Laketon McLaughlin heaved the
shot 46’ 1 and 1/4’ to prequalify as
well. Then he threw a PR in the
discus to take second.
The relay times for the season
were decent at the meet. Taran
Eisenbraun, Nathan Patterson,
Tate Eisenbraun, Tyler Pederson,
and Tyler Trask run the sprint re-
lays.
Dusty Dartt had the misfortune
of breaking his hand, but will be
back soon to help in the relays.
The girls ran reasonable times
for the sprint relays. Monica Biel-
maier, Anika Eisenbraun, Sa-
vanna Deutscher, Tayah Huether,
and Sadie O’Rourke run those re-
lays. T. Huether has been run-
ning the open 400 and 800 strong
this season. She took first in both
events. Maddi Bauer
was hoping to pole vault, but the
event was not held due to time re-
strictions.
Coach’s comments: Nice mois-
ture, but it sure did feel great to
get a meet in. The athletes worked
hard and were excited to fine tune
in their events at the meet.
Results for the Eagles track
team:
Boys
•Shot Put: First - McLaughlin,
46’1 1/4”.
•Discus: Second - McLaugh-
lin,124’ 7”.
•Long Jump: First - Peterson
18’4 1/4”.
•Triple Jump: First - Peter-
son, 40’2 1/2”.
•High Jump: Second - Peter-
son, 5’2”.
•100 Meter Dash: Second -
Trask, 11.6.
•4x200 Relay: Third - Wall,
01:39.5.
•1600 Meter Run: Second - A.
Huether, 05:08.5.
•4x100 Relay: Third - Wall.
48.4.
•400 Meter Dash: Second -
Eisenbraun, 54.9; Fourth - A.
Huether, 01:00.1.
•Medley Relay: Third - Wall,
04:11.8.
Girls
•Shot Put: First - Shelby Feld-
man, 28’ 11”; Third - Sam
Stephens, 25’ 11 3/4”.
•Discus: Third - Stephens, 82’
2”.
•Long Jump: First - O’Rourke,
14’ 2”, Fourth - Bauer, 11’ 7”.
•High Jump: Third - Monica
Bielmaier, 4’ 3”.
•100 Meter Hurdles: Third -
Track season finally back on track
The Eagle golfers won the Philip Invitional Golf Tournament on
Thursday, April 25, in Philip. The group shot a 250 and Lane Hus-
tead also took first individually for the day. Pictured from left to
right ... Ryder Wilson, Les Williams, Hustead and CJ Schulz.
~Courtesy Photo
By Coach Patterson
The Wall track team traveled to
Sturgis on Saturday, April 27 for
the Black Hills Track Classic.
Coach’s comments: It was a
huge meet with 44 schools per-
forming on a warm, sunny day.
Tyler Pederson placed third in
the triple jump and long jump.
That was quite an accomplishment
for such a huge meet.
Laketon McLaughlin made the
finals in the shot put finishing in
eighth place. Again, quite a feat.
The Wall squad ran hard against
very tough competition.
Governor Dennis Daugaard has
signed an executive proclamation
designating May as Water Safety
Month in South Dakota.
The proclamation highlights a
variety of water safety issues
through safe swimming facilities,
pools and programs. It also lends
itself to the vast water recreation
opportunities South Dakota has in
its lakes, rivers and streams.
South Dakota's state parks are
popular summer destinations for a
day trip to some of the finest swim-
ming beaches in the state.
Park visitors are reminded that
swimming at state parks is at
their own risk, and there are no
lifeguards on duty. These are mul-
tiple-use areas, and swimmers
should also be aware of other
water users, such as boaters and
fishermen.
May is also the unofficial start to
boating season in South Dakota.
“Our lakes and rivers are popu-
lar destinations for boaters,” said
Brandon Gust, boating law admin-
istrator for the state Department
of Game, Fish and Parks. “That
can lead to times when our waters
may see heavy boat traffic.
Whether crowded or not, com-
mon sense and courtesy will help
ensure a relaxing and fun outing.”
Gust recommends a complete
boating safety course.
“Like driving a car, there is
much to learn when operating a
boat or personal watercraft, even
May is Water Safety month
for those who have operated a boat
for years,” he said. “Statistics show
that about 89 percent of all boating
fatalities involved an operator that
had not received any formal boat-
ing-safety instruction. Simply put,
nationwide boating safety and ed-
ucational efforts are saving lives.”
Life jackets also save lives.
“Seventy percent of all fatal
boating accident victims drowned,
and of those, 84 percent were re-
ported as not wearing a life
jacket,” Gust said.
Alcohol and boating do not mix,
he added.
“Alcohol use is the leading con-
tributor in fatal boating accidents;
it was listed as the leading factor
in 16 percent of those deaths.”
For more information on boating
in South Dakota, pick up a free
copy of The Handbook of South
Dakota Boating Laws and Respon-
sibilities from any local GFP office.
Mighty Wall Players present
Comedy Hour... and then some
The Mighty Wall Players presented a skit called The Howl & the
Pussycat. Donald played by Austin Huether had allergy tests to
see if he was allergic to cats and then became one while Schyler
played by Cody Harris also had allergy test to see if he was al-
lergic to dogs and then became one. The scene is at the end of
the skit when Harris chases Huether into the house and up on
the couch. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
Tyler Trask running in the 100
Meter Dash at the BH Track
Classic held on Saturday, April
27 in Sturgis.
~Photos by
Bennett County Booster
Sadie O’Rourke running in the
100 Meter Dash at the BH
Track Classic held on Satur-
day, April 27 in Sturgis.
Sterling Ellens, 22.5.
•100 Meter Dash: First -
O’Rourke, 13.6; Fifth - Deutscher,
14.6.
•4x200 Relay: Fourth - Wall,
02:05.8.
•4x100 Relay: Third - Wall,
01:00.4.
•400 Meter Dash: First - T.
Huether, 01:04.9.
•Medley Relay: Fourth - Wall,
06:06.9.
•800 Meter Run: First - T.
Huether, 02:31.7.
•200 Meter Dash: First -
O’Rourke, 28.
•4x400 Meter Relay: Fifth -
Wall, 05:06.7.
Elm Springs News
Submitted by Shirrise Linn
Carolyn Anders and Shirley
Trask spent several days last week
in Mankota visiting Courtney
Trask, who works there.
Mel and Dorothy Anderson at-
tended the baptismal brunch in
honor of baby Brody Whitcher at
the Darlene and John Wulf resi-
dence on April 14th. Saturday,
April 20 they attended the wedding
of grandson, Ryan Anderson and
Sarah Hart in Cheyenne, Wyo.
Dorothy attended the Cabi Cloth-
ing party at the home of Nola Price.
Thursday, the Anderson's were in
Deadwood preparing for a book
signing on May 25, the Grand
Opening of the Museum. They vis-
ited Karen Delbridge at Rapid City
Regional on the way home, plus did
errands. On Friday, Mark and Mick
Trask stopped by, and on Saturday,
Mel and Dorothy attended the fu-
neral services for Stephanie
Williams in Wall. Chance and
Meretta Anderson of Isabel, accom-
panied them. Charles Karp was a
visitor on Sunday, as were Bunny
Bail, Mazee, Mattee and Emilee
Pauley.
Chase and Kelsey Arneson at-
tended a Rockies vs Atlanta Braves
baseball game in Denver, last
weekend. It was reported to be a
cold game that had to be delayed a
day due to inclement weather in
Denver. Irregardless, the Braves
were the victors.
Peggy Gravatt and Maria Trask
went to Rapid City, Thursday after-
noon, to enjoy an afternoon of fun
before the Special Olympics on Fri-
day. They stayed at the Watiki
Water Park, where they spent most
of their time in the hot tub. On Fri-
day morning, they headed to Sioux
Park where the Special Olympics
was being held. Maria did great
placing first in the running long
jump, second in the 100m dash and
third in the softball throw. It was a
beautiful day to compete. This was
the first time in four years that all
of the events could be done with no
blizzards or rain. On Saturday,
Larry and Peggy went to Rapid
City to watch grandson, Greyson's
soccer game. Brad Bookbinder is
their coach. It was a fun game to
watch.
Jean Linn accompanied Andy,
Kellie and Emily to the Comedy
Hour play put on by the Mighty
Wall Players, Saturday evening.
Laken and Shirrise Linn trav-
eled to Rapid City with Tiff
Knuppe, Wednesday for errands
and business. They met Casey
Knuppe for lunch before Shirrise
and Laken attended a stamp meet-
ing at Peg Ireland's. Shirrise
hosted the WTL club meeting
Thursday. They made care pack-
ages for the local college kids' finals
week. Kassandra visited Celine
Trask at HQ Friday after school
and stayed for pizza supper. Morris
Linn and Gene Pluth went golfing
Saturday before Savana Johnston
and Camri Elshere met the Linn's
for a bowling birthday party in
Rapid City. The Linn's were
overnight guests at the Pluth's,
Saturday night. Sunday supper
guests at the Linn's, after church,
were Clyde Arneson, John and
Cathie Printz, and Casey and Tiff
Knuppe family.
Shelia Trask was in Wall, Satur-
day afternoon, judging the dutch
oven cook-off sponsored by the
Relay For Life team. She figures
she had the best part and easiest -
Lots of good food and beer and wine
to taste! Mick and Austin Trask re-
turned on Monday morning from
Blair, Neb., with Levi. They ran
into bad roads around Presho and
so the trip took longer than ex-
pected. One highlight was they
stopped in Vermillion on Sunday
night and took Stephanie Trask to
supper for her 30th birthday! Need-
less to say Levi has been a big help
at the Trask's this week. He pretty
much runs the ranch if you ask
him! Well anyway he runs Papa,
Nana, Daddy, Mark and Tomilyn!
Tom and Shelia Trask entertained
turkey hunters from North Car-
olina this weekend. One of them
had the misfortune of breaking his
ankle and had to have surgery on
Friday night. Shelia stayed with
him through surgery and they were
able to come home Saturday at
noon.
Kenny and Janet Wilson and Di
Turgeon competed in the Dutch
oven cook-off for the relay for life in
Wall on Saturday.
Phil and Mary Kay Wilson went
to Harwood, ND to visit Pam and
her husband Matt Tesch for the
weekend. They had a great time
with them and along with other ac-
tivities watched the Red River rise
in Fargo.
School News: Tuesday, the Elm
Springs School kids were treated to
banana splits with all the fixings
and then some in honor of Kassan-
dra Linn's 15th birthday. Friday,
Rylan Elshere graduated from
kindergarten and is reported to be
ready for first grade ~ here comes
smarty pants. The Elm Springs
School's last poem recitation was
held Friday afternoon in conjunc-
tion with Rylan's graduation. It
was a full house.
Mark your calendars: Rally Day
in Sturgis is Friday, May 10th.
Eighth grade graduation and Mrs.
Mickelson's Retirement party is at
the Elm Springs Hall Friday, May
17th. Rural Recognition is at Union
Center, Tuesday, May 21st. The
last day of school is Friday, May
24th.
Wasta Wanderings
Submitted by
Lloyd & Margee Willey
Morning in Hidden Valley, Ari-
zona.
A little “warmish” already. We
enjoy getting up and out early to
take care of the livestock.
We have some serious courting
and some serious nesting taking
place and as usual there is quite
enough activity to keep us well en-
tertained!
Another road runner sighting.
That was fun and right here in our
yard.
The quail are still favored for the
“Comic Dance Award”. It is sort of
a loose line dance formation and
goes something like this:
Bob your head, keep with the
beat, quick step, quick step, pick up
those feet. Look to the left, look to
the right, spread those wings and
take a little flight.
They come by morning and
evening and spend mid-day across
the road in their Quail Condos.
Lloyd has been enjoying his time
spent with Ernie Adams, the fellow
who builds the dwarf cars. Lloyd is
putting together his yearly album
and Ernie’s recent achievements.
This year it is a 1934 Ford at about
1/3 scale. These cars are all li-
censed and Ernie drives them to
local car shows and plans the
“Route 66 Road Trip” this summer
in his 1934.
Skyler has two more baseball
games — today and Saturday. As it
is not a huge task to button up our
“Hidden Valley Hideaway” we do
enjoy these final days. Hidden Val-
ley Hideaway sounds much more
posh than “Our trailer in the
desert”. Whatever! It is what it is!
I am eager to be home. Curious
about the recent happenings, ready
to catch up and have coffee with
Wasta friends, breathe the air and
sit in my own chair and pet my own
cat, if he will have anything at all
to do with me! I think Mary and
Hazel do such a good job he may
just tell us to go away again. So
what do you think folks, are we
destined to be the “Wastilason”, the
Live Town on the Cheyenne River?
To me Wasta has always been a
good place with great people.
So, God willing and the creek
don’t rise and Rapid City Airport
doesn’t close because of snow, we’ll
see you Monday, the 29th; that
being five days, eight hours (includ-
ing Rapid City appointments) but
who’s counting?
Signing off with a last bird ap-
preciation thought copied from a
song by ?? “Bless them all, bless
them all, bless the long and the
short and the tall” and that’s all I
can remember!
Happy Trails.
P.S.: I have so missed our gather-
ings for Club — WTL and C. G’s
Red Hat” — I’ll have the next one
at our place!
Pennington County Courant • May 2, 2013 • Page 4
Socials
Wall News
Gathered by Frances Poste
The “far-ranged” community
was extremely saddened on Tues-
day morning, April 23rd, to hear of
the death of Stephanie Williams.
She leaves a great void and our
heartfelt condolences go out to
Marty, Jaicee, Stran, other family
members and friends. Funeral
services were on Saturday after-
noon at the Wall School Gymna-
sium, burial in the Wall Cemetery.
The Mighty Wall Players lived
up to their reputation and pre-
sented their “Comedy Hour” on
Friday and Saturday night —
great fun and many laughs. Great
work, everyone! Ron Burtz and
Kathy Swan are to be congratu-
lated also!
Tuesday was “Theme” meal day
at Prairie Village. Sorry to report
that numbers were down, only 25
attending.
On Saturday, the 27th, Barb
Patterson and Betty Klingbile at-
tended a bridal shower for Brooke
Estes at the home of Dr. Papendick
in Rapid City.
David Jedlicka and daughter
Haley of Rapid City came to Wall,
Friday night and stayed with
Donna. They did some “honey do”
chores and had lunch with Donna
on Saturday.
Travis Williams and his wife
came to Wall on Friday. They at-
tended the funeral services for
Stephanie Williams. They left
early Sunday morning on their re-
turn trip home to Minneapolis.
In last week’s “Courant” we are
happy to read of the strides Celine
Trask has made in her recovery.
We are rooting for you, Celine!
Merlin and Mary Jane Doyle
went to Belle Fourche on Thurs-
day to the Grand Opening at the
CBH Travel Center. Jim Doyle is
manager of the food department.
Barb Croell met them there for cof-
fee.
Denny Carmichael of Brookings,
was here this last week. He had
some business appointments and
also visited the Olson’s and
Doyle’s.
Kirby Keyser met his son Tyler
at Pierre for Walleye fishing. Tyler
and his friend from Wisconsin
caught two Walleyes, one 28” and
the other one 28 1/2” long. Fishing
was good with both of them getting
their limit. Kirby reported not
doing so well, but turkey hunting
around Wall has been great.
Dave Olson went to Sioux Falls
for his 50th class reunion from col-
lege this past weekend. He re-
ported there were a lot of “old peo-
ple” there.
Rose Kiel of the Grindstone area
has been taking radiation treat-
ments in Rapid City. On their way
to Rapid City on Friday, she and
Loren stopped to see Frances
Poste. They had a PDF computer
file that Gaylord Paulson of Fargo
had put together of some of his
work — wood carving, etc. Gay-
lord’s family lived south of Hilland
and he was a seventh grader at the
time I taught their school - 1948-
49. He is very talented.
Congratulations to the Pat Gup-
tills for being the 2013 recipient of
the Leopold Conservation Award!
Your hard work has garnered
recognition.
Last week’s “Courant” listed
those students selected to go to
Boys and Girls State sponsored by
the American Legion and Auxil-
iary. Les Williams and Tyler Peter-
son go to Aberdeen for Boys state
and Kaitlin Schreiber to Vermil-
lion for Girls State. Our Congratu-
lations go out to them.
Gary and Ruby Keyser took
their annual trip to Sacramento,
Calif., to spend some time with
Benny and LaRue’s boys and their
wives also came for the two weeks.
Denny and wife Micky Wolf live up
by Spokane, Wa., and Danny and
Cindy Wolf live in Twin Falls,
Idaho. While there we went to San
Francisco, and Napa Valley.
Kurth and Sherry DeLand of
Stromsburg, Neb., spent a few
days in Wall. They had come to
spend some time with his mom
Janis Bush at the Good Samaritan
Home in New Underwood. Sunday
afternoon, Kurth checked out the
branding at Paulsens and Sherry
visited Frances Poste.
We heard that Sarah Allison,
daughter of Gary and Terri,
Creighton, has passed away. We
offer sympathy to the family and
friends.
Edith Paulsen rode with Gwen
Davis to the Good Samaritan
Home at New Underwood last
Tuesday to visit Bernice Anderson.
Anita Peterson helped Edith
Paulsen fix dinner on Sunday.
Guests were Anita and Darrell Pe-
terson and the Naeschers - Mike,
Marie, Greg, Darin and Kelsie.
Don’t get too used to these beau-
tiful temperatures as forecast is
for cooler weather, with maybe a
shower or two. Moisture is always
welcome. Hard to believe one-third
of the year is gone.
Helen (Mihills) Gabbert has en-
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receiving letters and cards from
family and friends. Her new ad-
dress is: 242 10th St. West, Rm
207A, Dickenson, ND 58601
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Obituaries More obituaries on page 5
Sarah Allison, age 35, Sturgis,
S.D., died Saturday, April 27, 2013,
at the Sturgis Regional Hospital.
Sarah Ann Allison was born Oc-
tober 24, 1977, at Brookings, the
daughter of Gary and Terri (Pierce)
Allison. She lived a short time with
her parents at Brookings before
moving to Clear Lake. In 1984, she
moved with her family to the Wall
area. In December 1985, Sarah
moved to Deadwood where she was
enrolled in Black Hills Special
Services Cooperative. She lived in
various places in and around the
Black Hills. In 1999, she moved to
Sturgis, still with BHSS, and
resided there until her death on
April 27, 2013.
Survivors include her parents,
Gary and Terri Allison, Creighton;
her brother, Clint Allison (Wendy
Eisenbraun), Quinn; her maternal
grandmother, Jean Pierce, Volga;
paternal grandparents, Lynn and
Arlene Allison, Brookings; several
aunts, uncles, and cousins; and her
peers, staff and support team at
BHSS.
Sarah was preceded in death by
her maternal grandfather, Vernon
Pierce, Jr., and an uncle, Greg
Pierce.
Visitation will be held two hours
preceding the services on Friday.
Funeral services will be held at
2:00 p.m. Friday, May 3, at the
Wall Community Center, with Pas-
tor Ron Burtz officiating.
Graveside services will be held
2:30 CDT Saturday, May 4, at the
Hillcrest Cemetery in Estelline.
Arrangements are with the
Rush Funeral Chapel of Wall.
Her online guestbook is avail-
able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Sarah Allison___________________
annc@gwtc.net
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New Underwood Community
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New Underwood
Father William Zandri
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Wall
Pastor Curtis Garland
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Harriet Noteboom, age 96, of
Okaton, S.D., died Friday, April 26,
2013, at the Kadoka Nursing
Home.
Harriet Roghair was born No-
vember 10, 1916, in Alton, Iowa,
the daughter of Henry and Cor-
nelia Roghair. Growing up, Harriet
helped her mother with the
younger children and the house
work. The family moved to Okaton
in 1925. After graduating from
high school, Harriet took nurses
training in Chamberlain. She spent
several years working in hospitals,
doctor’s offices, and home health
care.
On November 23, 1953, Harriet
married Dick Noteboom in Tokyo,
Japan. They lived in Tokyo after
their marriage, then moved to
Lawton, Okla., and later to Sun
City, Ariz. Harriet and Dick trav-
eled to California, Florida, Alaska,
and many national parks, visiting
family and friends along the way.
November 1979 found them mov-
ing back to Okaton, the place they
both grew up.
Harriet moved to Kadoka in
2007 after the death of her hus-
band Dick on November 11, 2007,
where she has since resided.
Harriet is survived by a sister,
Gertrude Vander Schaaf and her
husband, John, Orange City, Iowa;
two brothers, Theodore Roghair,
Louisville, Ky., and Robert Roghair
and his wife, Bessie, Okaton; many
nieces and nephews, and great-
nieces and nephews; and a special
friend, Shorty Ireland, Kadoka.
In addition to her husband,
Dick, Harriet was preceded in
death by her parents; four broth-
ers, Edward, Jacob, William and
Albert; and four sisters, Janett,
Hilda, Alice and Joanna.
Visitation will be held one hour
preceding the services at the
church.
Funeral services will be held at
10:00 a.m. Thursday, May 2, at the
Presbyterian Church in Kadoka,
with Pastor Gary McCubbin offici-
ating.
Music will be provided by Lois
Pettyjohn, pianist, Hilda Locke and
John Daum, vocalists.
Register book attendants are
Wanda Larson and Evelyn Daum.
Ushers are Jerry and Henry
Roghair. Pallbearers are Paul,
Richard, Marty, James and Ray-
mond Roghair and Nathan Vander
Schaaf.
Graveside services will be held
at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, May 2, at
the Black Hills National Cemetery
near Sturgis.
A memorial is established to the
Kadoka Nursing Home.
Arrangements are with the
Rush Funeral Chapel of Kadoka.
Her online guestbook is avail-
able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Harriet Noteboom________________________________
Stephanie Williams, age 37, of
Wall, S.D., died Tuesday, April 23,
2013, at the Sanford USD Medical
Center in Sioux Falls.
Stephanie Marie Andersen was
born June 27, 1975, in Sioux Falls,
the daughter of Greg and Vicki
(Widman) Andersen. Her family
lived in Brandon until she was two
years old and then moved to Arling-
ton. She graduated from Arlington
High School in 1993 where she ex-
celled in basketball, volleyball, and
academics. She furthered her edu-
cation at South Dakota State Uni-
versity where she received a bach-
elor’s degree in education. She com-
peted on the SDSU rodeo team
throughout college. This is where
she met the love of her life, Marty
Williams.
Marty and Stephanie were
united in marriage on May 30,
1997. The couple settled on a ranch
southwest of Wall. Stephanie
worked at West River Electric for
three years before beginning her
teaching career at Wall High
School. She taught English and
history for 11 years, and coached
for 13 years.
Stephanie had a great love for
horses. She enjoyed the sport of
rodeo and competed at all levels
from 4-H, high school, college, and
South Dakota Rodeo Association.
Her favorite pastime was spending
time with her family riding in the
canyon near their home.
Stephanie’s dream was realized in
2011 when she began working full
time with her husband Marty on
their ranch.
Stephanie attended the Evan-
gelical Free Church in Wall. She
was responsible for starting the
Fellowship of Christian Athletes at
Wall High School. Stephanie’s fa-
vorite role in life was being a
mother to her two children, Jaicee
and Stran. She enjoyed supporting
them in all their activities: basket-
ball, wrestling, music and espe-
cially rodeo.
She is loved and survived by her
husband, Marty Williams, Wall;
one daughter, Jaicee; one son,
Stran; her parents, Greg and Vicki
(Widman) Andersen, Arlington; two
sisters, Sheila Schmidt and her
husband, Terry, De Smet, and
Shari Knutsen and her husband,
Jesse, Omaha, Neb.; her mother-
and father-in-law, Mary and Myron
Williams, Wall; her brother-in-law,
Monty Williams and his wife, Bobbi
Jo, Box Elder; her sister-in-law,
Misty Mattox and her husband,
Jeff, Kearney, Neb.; her grand-
mother, Gladys (Huebner) Ander-
sen, Arlington; nine nieces and
nephews; and a host of other rela-
tives and friends.
Stephanie is preceded in death
by her grandparents, Don and
Verda (Jeffers) Widman, and
Norville Andersen; and her niece,
Makayla Mattox.
Services were held Saturday,
April 27, at the Wall High School
gym, with Pastor Dave Kaufman,
and Pastor Ron Burtz officiating.
Music was provided by Carla
Brucklacher, pianist, and Paige
Cordes, vocalist.
Ushers were Sam Eisenbraun
and Mark Ullerich. Pallbearers
were Jayme Murray, Lee Ness,
Ross and Scott Pirlet, Madison
McLaughlin and Katrina Kjerstad.
Interment was at the Wall
Cemetery.
A memorial has been estab-
lished.
Arrangements were with the
Rush Funeral Chapel of Wall.
Her online guestbook is avail-
able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Stephanie Williams______________________________
Pauline Schofield, age 82, Mid-
land, S.D., died Saturday, April 27,
2013, at the Philip Nursing Home.
Eva Pauline Fosheim was born
on September 21, 1930, in Midland,
the daughter of Peter and Viola
(Hand) Fosheim. She grew up in
the Deep Creek area and was bap-
tized and confirmed in the Deep
Creek Church. This church would
always hold fond memories for her
and a special place in her heart.
She completed grades one through
eight at Little Eagle School and at-
tended Midland High School.
On September 12, 1947, Pauline
was united in marriage to Harry H.
“Hank” Schofield at the Lutheran
parsonage in Midland and to this
union nine children were born.
They lived and worked in the Mid-
land area until 1959 when they
moved onto the Schofield family
homestead southwest of Midland
on Brave Bull Creek. This is where
they spent the remainder of their
56 years of married life with
Pauline faithfully working beside
her husband keeping books for the
ranch and tending to their home
and family.
After losing her beloved hus-
band to his brave fight with cancer
in November of 2003, Pauline
moved from her home and lived
with her daughter and family for
four years until she entered the
Kadoka Nursing Home. She later
moved to the Philip Nursing Home
in order to be closer to her family
and this is where she resided until
the time of her death.
Pauline’s life revolved around
her home, family, and God. She had
an unfaltering faith which she
passed down to her children and
this is what carried her through
the many trials and hardships she
endured during her lifetime. She
will be remembered as a loving
wife, mother and grandmother. She
had that special talent of “turning
a house into a home” with all the
little things she did, whether it be
having fresh baked cookies waiting
for the kids when they got home
from school, staying up all night to
sew doll clothes for her daughters
at Christmas, or making play
dough for her grandchildren. Her
love of children was evident and
the door to Hank and Pauline’s
home was always open to anyone
who needed a place to stay.
Throughout the years they wel-
comed many children into their
home loving and treating them as
their own.
God blessed Pauline with many
talents. She loved music, had a
beautiful singing voice and taught
herself to play several instruments
including the piano, which was her
favorite. She was also a gifted
seamstress, artist, writer, quilter,
cook and baker, to name a few. She
was an avid reader and encouraged
the children in her life to do the
same.
Throughout her life she was an
active member of the Deep Creek
and Trinity Lutheran churches
teaching Sunday school, release
time and Bible school. She was a
member of the Rebecca Circle,
served as PTA president, 4-H
leader and was involved in a num-
ber of other various clubs and or-
ganizations.
Pauline is survived by four sons,
Monte Schofield and Lucas (Brigit)
Schofield, both of Midland, Kirby
(Nancy) Schofield, Belvidere, and
Wesley (Marina) Schofield of Tru-
man, Minn.; three daughters, Jill
(Wayne) Splitt, Wichita, Kan., June
(Leroy) Fedderson and Julie
(Larry) McLaughlin, both of Mid-
land; 31 grandchildren; 34 great-
grandchildren; three brothers,
Peter (Sylvia) Fosheim, Pierre, Joe
Fosheim, Ft. Pierre, and Vic (Carol)
Fosheim, Midland; four sisters,
Edith Schofield, Casper, Wyo., Judy
(George) Gerig, Sturgis, Tina
(Orlyn) Haug, Aurora, Colo., Ruth
(Lou) Gassner, Berthoud, Colo.; two
sisters-in-law, Jackie Fosheim,
Murdo, and Judy Fosheim, Mid-
land; several nieces and nephews;
and a host of other relatives and
friends.
Pauline was preceded in death
by her husband, Harry H. “Hank”
Schofield; her parents, Peter and
Viola (Hand) Fosheim; one sister,
Thelma Jean Schofield; four broth-
ers, Richard, Roger, Johnny and
George Fosheim; two sons, William
Ray and Travis Todd Schofield; one
grandson, Casey Leroy Fedderson;
and one great-grandson, Reid
Christian Palecek.
Services were held Wednesday,
May 1, at the Midland School Gym,
with Pastor Tel Saucerman officiat-
ing.
Music was provided by Mike
Seager and Tristen Schofield.
Ushers were Bob, Dan and
Richard Schofield and Clint
Saucerman. Pallbearers were
Pauline’s grandsons and honorary
pallbearers were her granddaugh-
ters.
Interment was at the Midland
Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial
has been established.
Arrangements were with the
Rush Funeral Home of Philip.
Her online guestbook is avail-
able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Pauline Schofield________________________________
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WanTED: Summer grass for 65
cow/calf pairs. Call Brock
Smith, 859-2436 or 441-2535.
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WanTED: Pasture for 40-80
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GaRaGE saLEs
HuGE MuLTI-FaMILY RuM-
MaGE saLE: May 10, 5-7; May
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Sewing machine, Strider bike,
baby girl clothes, baby & toddler
boy clothes, bouncy chair, baby
hammock, much more.
PR36-1tp
RuMMaGE saLE: Pam Liver-
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p.m., Saturday, May 4. P21-1tp
RuMMaGE & BakE saLE: K-
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May 3: 4 to 7 p.m.; May 4: 9 to
11 a.m. Men’s, women’s, girls’
and boys’ clothing, toys, house-
hold and lots of misc. More items
being added daily. All proceeds
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THE u.s. FoREsT sERvICE Is
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9. Service needed from May 20
through September 30. Please
contact Nadia for information,
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HELP WanTED for all positions
for Fatboys and the Cactus,
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HELP WanTED: Jones’ Sad-
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FoR saLE: 2000 Ford F-150,
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shape, call 605-837-2458.
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Ext. Cab, short box, Super Duty,
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excellent shape, under book.
$11,900. 209-8639. PR32-tfn
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107,300 miles, looks and runs
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but I will consider reasonable of-
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859-2039 for information or any
questions. PR22-tfn
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windows, locks & seats, good
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FoR saLE: Alfalfa seed, grass
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Delivery available and volume
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985-5932. PR35-2tp
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Apply at GoldDiggers on Mt.
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8108 or fax resumé to 348-1524.
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685-3801 or 859-2204, Philip.
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ITEMs FoR saLE: (2) excellent
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Call Stacy 605-431-4151.
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FoR saLE: Outdoor electric grill
on stand, used one time only,
has cover. $60 cash. Call 859-
3095, days. P21-2tc
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condition, matching numbers
plus 100 rounds ammo. $450
OBO. Kris, 430-5367.
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$45,000. Call 515-4138.
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baths, lots of upgrades, must see
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6904 or stop in the lobby and
pick up an application. Gateway
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lette Publications, Inc. requests
all classifieds and cards of
thanks be paid for when ordered.
A $2.00 billing charge will be
added if ad is not paid at the
time the order is placed. all
phone numbers are with an
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wise indicated.
EMPLoYMEnT
CUSTER REGIONAL HOSPITAL
has an exciting full time Occupa-
tional Therapist opportunity,
working with a supportive team
of professional therapists in the
beautiful southern Black Hills of
SD. We are located just a short
distance from Mount Rushmore,
Wind Cave National Park, Custer
State Park, Jewel Cave National
Park and many other outdoor at-
tractions. Competitive salary and
benefits available including sign
on bonus. Please contact Jim Si-
mons, Rehab Services Director,
at 605-673-2229 ext. 301or jsi-
mons@regionalhealth.com for
more information or go to
www.regionalhealth.com to
apply. EOE.
DEPUTY STATES ATTORNEY for
HUGHES COUNTY, full time.
Contact your local Dept of Labor
or Carla Lantz, 605-773-7461,
Hughes County Courthouse.
Closes May 13. EOE.
NORTHWEST AREA SCHOOLS
EDUCATION COOPERATIVE
2013-2014: Early childhood spe-
cial education teacher: Starting
salary $35,000 with great bene-
fits: Contact Director Cris Owens
605-466-2206, Christine.Owens
@k12.sd.us.
auCTIons
LARGE ESTATE AUCTION, Sat-
urday, May 11, 10 am, Hoven,
SD. Syd Baus Estate. Collectible
cars and tractors. M&R Auctions,
Gary: 605-769-1181, 605-948-
2333, Lewis: 605-281-1067,
www.mandrauctions.com.
FoR saLE
NORTH CENTRAL COMMUNITY
HAS 24 residential lots for sale.
Thirty miles to Aberdeen and one
hour to Missouri River. Excellent
schools, clinics, retail stores &
job opportunities. Call Beth @
Vaughn Beck Realty — 605-380-
3855.
LoG HoMEs
DAKOTA LOG HOME Builders
representing Golden Eagle Log
Homes, building in eastern, cen-
tral, northwestern South & North
Dakota. Scott Connell, 605-530-
2672, Craig Connell, 605-264-
5650, www.goldeneaglel-
oghomes. com.
noTICEs
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ment Authority.
ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS
statewide for only $150.00. Put
the South Dakota Statewide
Classifieds Network to work for
you today! (25 words for $150.
Each additional word $5.) Call
this newspaper or 800-658-3697
for details.
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Pheasant, quality Mule Deer 170’
class+, Whitetail Deer 150’ class+
and Merrium Turkey. Call 605-
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Wall Ridge Apts.
in Wall
2 Bedroom
on-site laundry
facility
MetroPlains Management
605-347-3077
1-800-244-2826
www.metroplainsmanagement.com
THank Yous
Thank-you family and friends
for your prayers, visits, phone
calls, cards and e-mails during
and after my 28 day stay at
Rapid City Regional Hospital.
Blessings to each of you and I ap-
preciate your thoughtfulness!
Norman Fauske
The entire family of June
Wanczyk would like to take this
opportunity to express our deep-
est heartfelt appreciation for all of
the support, wishes, prayers and
kindnesses expressed during this
sad time.
This includes special thanks to
the entire staff at Philip Health
Services, dear friends, colleagues,
neighbors, and all who have been
touched by her presence and
those who have touched her.
June was a caring and loving
wife, mother, nurse and friend. It
is comforting to know how she in-
fluenced so many lives and how
much she will be missed by all
who knew her.
Thank you all for honoring her
life — each in your own way.
Warmest regards,
The family of June Wanczyk
ciTy of Wall
ParT-TiME EMPloyMEnT
The City of Wall is seeking to employ a part-time posi-
tion in the public works department. Starting wage will
be $12.00 per hour DOEE. A complete job description
and applications are available at the City Finance Office
located at 501 Main Street between the hours of 8 am
and 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. Send resume to:
The City of Wall at PO Box 314, Wall, SD 57790 or call
605-279-2663 for more information. Deadline for appli-
cations is May 6, 2013 at 2:00 pm.
The City of Wall is an equal opportunity employer.
Published April 25 & May 2 2013, at the total approximate cost of $98.40.
38,569,948.29.
LIABILITIES AND EQUITY: 20200
Accounts Payable, 625,071.52; 22400
Deferred Revenue, 28,387,763.70.
FUND BALANCES: 27300 Non-
spendable 521,482.00; 27600 Assigned:
ITS Equipment, 13,640.00; Catastrophic
Healthcare, 375,000.00; Equipment Re-
serve, 132,192.00; Crisis Care Center,
971,705.00; Tower Project, 84,400.00;
Bus Reserve, 122,000.00; 27601 Subse-
quent Year’s Budget – December – sub-
sequent year, 3,791,111.82; 27700 Unas-
signed, 3,545,582.25.
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY:
38,569,948.29.
Following Year General Fund Budget
(use current year for March analysis)
49,782,811.00. The unassigned fund bal-
ance, Account 27700, divided by the fol-
lowing year General Fund budget result-
ing in the fund balance percentage,
7.12%.
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 Holloway and seconded by
Trautman to convene in executive ses-
sion. Vote: Unanimous. The Board re-
mained in executive session from 11:30
a.m. until 12:18 p.m. MOVED by Davis
and seconded by Holloway to adjourn
from executive session. Vote: Unani-
mous.
PERSONNEL
Emergency Services Communications
Center: Effective 4/21/2013 – M. Childs,
$19.65/hr. Effective 5/1/2013 – C. Mul-
lenix, $3850.33 and B. Bitterman,
$4420.24.
Jail: Effective 5/6/2013 – K. Frazier,
$19.65/hr.
Law Enforcement: Effective 4/1/2013 –
K. Trowhill, $19.65/hr.; J. Andrews,
$3,943.25; Effective 4/22/2013 – W. Eich-
ler, $16.17/hr.
WSDJSC: Effective 4/1/2013 – D.
Rochleau, $19.65/hr.
VOUCHERS
A & A Property Management, 620.00;
A & B Business Equipment, 838.07; A &
B Welding Supply Co, 298.40; A To Z
Shredding Inc, 255.45; Ace Hardware-
East, 82.65; Active Data Systems Inc,
11416.35; Adams-ISC, LLC, 1090.97; Ad-
vanced Drug Testing Inc, 72.00; Al Cor-
nella Refrigeration, 235.85; Al's Metal
Work Inc, 819.13; American Institutional,
1239.44; American Tech Srvcs Inc,
5559.00; Amerigas, 87.02; Amick Sound,
Inc, 130.11; Anderson, Mary, 14.40; Apria
Health Care, Inc, 272.64; ARC Interna-
tional, Inc, 7555.98; Armstrong Extin-
guishers, 4891.59; Ashley, John, 370.00;
Asphalt Conference, 200.00; Atmosphere
Hospitality M, 208.00; Atrix International
Inc, 319.45; Audio Video Solutions,
1167.00; Audra Malcomb Consulting,
12125.41; Avera Mckennan Hospital M,
2374.56; Badlands Automotive, 992.44;
Bailey JD & MP Merryman, 1216.18; Ball,
Lisa, 455.00; Banks, Bridgette R,
1319.30; Bargain Printing, 1310.45;
Barnier, Greg, 1871.30; Beezley,
Lawrence D, 400.00; Behavior Manage-
ment, 9320.00; Behrens Mortuary,
1910.00; Benson, Lori, 11.20; Best West-
ern Ramkota Inn, 307.99; BH Ammunition
Inc, 1950.00; BH Chemical Company Inc,
4849.72; BH Insurance Agency, Inc,
60.00; BH Orthopedic &, 49.03; BH Pedi-
atrics, 870.00; BH Reg Eye Institute Llp,
59.94; BH Services Inc, 259.39; BH So-
ciety For Human, 15.00; BHP Inc,
3506.50; Biegler, Greg , 240.00; Bier-
schbach Equipment, 1250.00; Big D Oil
Co, 100.00; Binder, Tracy Lynn, 36.00;
Binfet, Terry M, 100.00; Blackstrap Inc,
8005.14; Blockbuster, 15.96; Bluetarp Fi-
nancial Inc, 224.98; Boal, Mischelle,
374.48; Bob Barker Company Inc,
964.18; Brandsted, Scott, 240.00; Braun-
stein, Roger, 4583.33; Brevard Extradi-
tions, Inc, 1403.91; Bristol, Amy, 56.00;
Butler Machinery Company, 84.94; Ca-
bela's Retail, Inc, 494.95; Carlson, Jean,
630.85; Carol Butzman Consulting,
1870.47; Carroll's Appliance, 159.80;
Case, Carol M, 100.00; Cash-Wa Distrib-
uting, 758.01; Cbcinnovis, Inc, 72.00;
Cbm Food Service, 67122.95; CDW Gov-
ernment Inc, 9878.67; Central Hills Tow-
ing, 130.00; Champion Water Systems,
75.60; Chapman, Malcom, 800.00;
Chemsearch, 1115.23; Children's Home
Society, 325.00; Chris Supply Co Inc,
428.86; City Of Rapid City, 23784.25;
Clerk Of District Court, 6.02; Climate
Control Systems, 1616.80; Cline, Jean M,
2809.80; Coca-Cola Bottling Co Of,
281.00; Colbath, Angela M, 2596.22;
Communication Services, 111.00; Com-
munity Health Center, 21250.00; Conexis
Benefit Adminstra, 838.02; Conklin, Rus-
sell, 20.00; Connelly, Randal E, 1476.02;
Contractors Insulation, 88.00; Contrac-
tors Supply, Inc, 137.00; Cook's Correc-
tional Kitch, 2005.82; Copy Country,
145.00; Countryside Property, 420.00;
County Of Pierce, 19.00; Crescent Elec-
tric Supply, 3734.44; Croell Redi-Mix Inc,
1556.00; Crum Electric Supply, 210.00;
CSRX, Inc, 1330.71; D & F Truck And
Auto, 266.27; Dakota Plains Legal Srvs,
16333.33; Dakota Radiator, 1449.00;
Dakota Supply Group Inc, 103.48; Dakota
Typewriter Exchang, 1300.97; Dale's Tire,
335.96; Darnall-Knowlton, Tammie,
18.56; Davis, Kathy, 954.45; De's Oil, Inc,
845.16; Defensive Edge Training, 187.50;
Dell Marketing Lp, 577.56; Derby Indus-
tries, 3722.24; Dharma Trading Co,
207.01; DHD Construction Inc, 360.10;
Diamond Medical Supply, 60.63; Dia-
mond Pharmacy Services, 25828.48; Di-
amond Vogel Paint Cntr, 30.39; Dioten
Engineering, Inc, 1942.50; Dressen,
Christopher J, 1110.16; Dressler, Daryl G,
240.00; Eagle Ridge I, LLP, 240.00; Ed
Roehr Safety Products, 970.41; Eddie's
Truck Sales Inc, 8381.27; Eich, Jana,
20.00; Eisenbraun, Laurie, 20.00; Ekeren,
Marv, 37.50; Election Systems, 2042.05;
Environmental Chemical, 645.85;
Eprovider Solutions, 297.60; Evergreen
Office Products, 2156.94; Executive
Mgmt Fin Office, 36.00; Fagerland,
Jesse, 257.58; Fall River Co. Auditor's,
483.00; Family Thrift Center Inc, 58.90;
Fanning, Paul, 136.00; Farmer Brothers
Coffee, 604.14; Fastenal Company,
573.21; Federal Express, 98.85; Federal
Signal Corp, 74.01; Fennell Design, Inc,
1778.60; Ferley, Ty, 240.00; Fink, Teresa
L, 1022.00; Firesteel Technologies, I,
1000.00; First Interstate Bank, 71.20;
First Photo Inc, 25.00; Flooring America,
1889.80; Francis, Bennie L, 270.00; Fred-
erick, Elizabeth M, 340.20; Fresh Start
Carpet Care, 485.00; Fried, Cora, 188.80;
Friedman, Joshua D Dr, 937.50; Frontier
Auto Glass, Llc, 277.12; Frontier Com-
mercial, 378.95; Frontier Precision Inc,
PENNINGTON
COUNTY BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES
APRIL 16, 2013
A meeting of the Pennington County
Board of Commissioners was held on
Tuesday, April 16, 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, Ken Davis,
Don Holloway and Nancy Trautman.
APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
MOVED by Davis and seconded by
Buskerud to remove Item 10, Dakota
Plains Legal Services Contract, from the
Consent Agenda and approve the agenda
as amended. 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 Holloway to approve Consent Agenda
Items 5-11 with the exception of Item 10
which is removed for separate consider-
ation. Vote: Unanimous.
5. Approve the minutes of the March
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
$1,627,422.60.
7. To acknowledge the Order for Or-
ganization and Incorporation for the
Cedar Gulch Sanitary & Water District
and authorize the Chairperson’s signa-
ture on the Resolution.
ORDER FOR
ORGANIZATION AND IN-
CORPORATION
OF THE CEDAR GULCH
SANITARY & WATER
DISTRICT
PENNINGTON COUNTY,
SOUTH DAKOTA
WHEREAS, all resident reg-
istered voters and property
owners that are within the pro-
posed district boundaries have
agreed to and petitioned for the
organization of the Cedar
Gulch Sanitary & Water Dis-
trict.
AND WHEREAS, said peti-
tions indicate the desire of all
qualified voters and landown-
ers within the proposed bound-
aries to organize the Cedar
Gulch Sanitary & Water Dis-
trict.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
ORDERED, that the Penning-
ton County Commission ac-
knowledge and declare the
Cedar Gulch Sanitary & Water
District to be organized and es-
tablished as a governmental
subdivision of the State of
South Dakota and a public
body, corporate and political to
be effective as of today’s date
with taxing authority for the
2013 pay 2014 tax year and
after.
BE IT FURTHER OR-
DERED, that the Cedar Gulch
Sanitary & Water District be de-
scribed as follows: Cedar
Gulch #2 Subdivision all inclu-
sive, BHM, Pennington County,
SD.
Date: April 16, 2013
/s/Lyndell Petersen
Chair,
Pennington County
Commission
ATTEST: (SEAL)
/s/Julie A Pearson,
Auditor
8. Approve the Adopt-A-Highway Appli-
cation for the Black Hills Area Geo-
cachers for a two mile stretch of Deerfield
Road and authorize the Chairperson’s
signature on relevant documents.
9. Recognize and thank Pennington
County volunteers for the month of March
2013. The list of volunteers is on file in
the Human Resources office and is
posted on the County Bulletin Board.
10. Removed for separate considera-
tion.
11. Continue the discussion of Tax In-
crement District #65 – Minnesota Street,
Rapid City, to the May 7, 2013, Board of
Commissioners’ meeting.
Removed for Separate Consideration
MOVED by Holloway and seconded by
Trautman to approve the Agreement to
Extend the Contract for Indigent Repre-
sentation with Dakota Plains Legal Serv-
ices for a one year term. Vote: Unani-
mous.
End of Consent Agenda
ITEMS FROM SHERIFF
A. National Corrections Week Procla-
mation: MOVED by Holloway and sec-
onded by Trautman to authorize the
Chairperson’s signature on the Proclama-
tion designating the week of May 6-12,
2013, as Pennington County Corrections
Week. Vote: Unanimous.
ITEMS FROM STATE’S ATTORNEY
A. First Reading and Public Hearing of
Ordinance 636: MOVED by Buskerud
and seconded by Davis to approve the
first reading of Ordinance No. 636, An Or-
dinance Prohibiting Disorderly Conduct.
Vote: Unanimous.
ITEMS FROM EQUALIZATION
A. Abatement Applications: MOVED by
Trautman and seconded by Holloway to
approve the abatements/refunds for tax
year 2012 as follows: Tax ID 63783, Nick
McWilliams, $629.06. Vote: Unanimous.
ITEMS FROM HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
A. Award Recommendations: Plateau
Lane Project: MOVED by Davis and sec-
onded by Trautman to award Plateau
Lane Project 420427-2013 to the low bid-
der, Mainline Contracting Inc., PO Box
3448, Rapid City, SD, in the amount of
$1,115,685.00. Vote: Unanimous. Bid
tabulation documents are available at the
Highway Department.
B. Award Recommendation for Reser-
voir Road Project: MOVED by Davis and
seconded by Buskerud to award Reser-
voir Road Project 326102(1) 13 (Grading,
Surfacing, Storm Sewer, Curb and Gut-
ter), and Reservoir Road Project 12142
(Water and Sewer Utilities) to R.C.S.
Construction Inc., PO Box 9337, Rapid
City, SD, in the amount of $1,624,050.03.
Vote: Unanimous. Bid tabulation docu-
ments are available at the Highway De-
partment.
C. Resolution 04-16-2013-A Resolu-
tion to Provide Matching Funds for the
Federal Lands Access Program (Project
SD PFH 17-1(8) Hill City to Lead):
MOVED by Holloway and seconded by
Trautman to approve Resolution 04-16-
2013 and authorize the Chairperson’s sig-
nature thereto. Vote: Unanimous.
RESOLUTION 04-16-2013
A RESOLUTION TO
PROVIDE MATCHING
FUNDS
FOR THE FEDERAL LANDS
ACCESS PROGRAM
WHEREAS, Project SD PFH
17-1(8) Hill City to Lead, a For-
est Highway Program Project
currently under design; and
WHEREAS, the new Sur-
face Transportation Bill MAP-
21, changed the Forest High-
way Program to a Federal
Lands Access Program (FLAP)
which requires 18.05 percent
local matching funds; and
WHEREAS, the name of
Project SD PFH 17-1(8) Hill
City to Lead has been changed
to SD FLAP CR17(9); and
WHEREAS, Pennington
County is desirous of partici-
pating in the Federal Lands Ac-
cess Program (FLAP) to com-
plete Project SD FLAP
CR17(9) Hill City to Lead; now
THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED that the Pennington
County Commissioners are
committed to providing the re-
quired local matching funds for
Project SD FLAP CR17(9) Hill
City to Lead.
Dated this 16 day of April,
2013.
PENNINGTON COUNTY
BOARD OF COMMISSION-
ERS
/s/Lyndell Petersen,
Chairperson
ATTEST: (SEAL)
/s/Julie A. Pearson,
Pennington County Auditor
D. Federal Land Access Program –
Norris Peak Road Project & Pavement
Projects on 239th Street and 195th Av-
enue: MOVED by Trautman and sec-
onded by Holloway to approve the High-
way Department request to submit a Let-
ter of Intent for the Norris Peak Road
Project, and a Letter of Intent for a pave-
ment project on 239th Street, 195th Av-
enue as requested by the National Park
Service. Vote: Unanimous.
ITEMS FROM INFORMATION TECH-
NOLOGY DEPARTMENT
A. IT Job Title Changes: MOVED by
Holloway and seconded by Trautman to
approve the job title changes as pre-
sented by IT Director Russ Tiensvold.
Vote: Unanimous.
BUDGET PREPARATION GUIDELINES
MOVED by Trautman and seconded
by Buskerud to increase Pennington
County health care premiums by 7% for
2014 budgeting purposes. The motion
failed 3-2 with Petersen, Davis and Hol-
loway voting no.
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded
by Trautman that department heads
begin the FY2014 budget process with
the following guidelines: 2.1% COLA, 1%
merit increases, 5% healthcare premium
increase, and freeze the levy at the 2013
level. Roll call vote: Buskerud – yes,
Davis – pass, Holloway – pass, Trautman
– yes, Petersen – yes. Holloway and
Davis voted yes after the other votes
were tallied.
REQUEST TO WAIVE ADMINISTRA-
TIVE/PENALTY FEES – BEVERLY
SEARS
Chairman Petersen recused himself
from this item.
MOVED by Davis and seconded by
Buskerud to approve the request by Bev-
erly Sears to waive the doubling of the
Conditional Use Permit fee and the
penalty fee for a total of $800. The mo-
tion carried 3-1 with Buskerud opposing
and Chairperson Petersen abstaining.
Commissioner Buskerud left the meet-
ing at this time and did not return.
ITEMS FROM PLANNING & ZONING
MOVED by Trautman and seconded
by Holloway to continue Variance / VA 13-
05 to the May 7, 2013, County Board
meeting. Vote: Unanimous.
A. VARIANCE / VA 13-05: Three Forks
Development and Covington Consulting
Group; Bradley Wagner – Agent. To re-
duce the minimum required front yard set-
back from 25 feet to 5 feet for a zip line
tower structure on Lot 16 and Lot 17 and
to also allow a 72 foot tall tower to exceed
the maximum height requirement of 35
feet on Lot 17 in a Highway Service Dis-
trict in accordance with Sections 210 and
509 of the Pennington County Zoning Or-
dinance.
Lots 16 and 17 of The Forks at
Remington Ranch, Section 22,
T1S, R5E, BHM, Pennington
County, South Dakota.
CONSENT AGENDA
The following items have been placed
on the Consent Agenda for action to be
taken on all items by a single vote of the
Board of Commissioners. Any item may
be removed from the Consent Agenda for
separate action.
MOVED by Holloway and seconded by
Trautman to approve Consent Agenda
Items B and C as presented. Vote:
Unanimous.
B. SECOND READING AND PUBLIC
HEARING OF REZONE / RZ 12-07 AND
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMEND-
MENT / CA 12-05: RMS Lode/Matt Keck.
To rezone 5.13 acres from Limited Agri-
culture District to Highway Service District
and to amend the Comprehensive Plan to
change the Future Land Use from
Planned Unit Development Sensitive to
Highway Service District in accordance
with Sections 210 and 508 of the Pen-
nington County Zoning Ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. RZ 12-07
AN ORDINANCE AMEND-
ING SECTION 508 OF THE
PENNINGTON COUNTY
ZONING ORDINANCE, RE-
ZONING THE WITHIN DE-
SCRIBED PROPERTY:
BE IT HEREBY ORDAINED
BY THE PENNINGTON
COUNTY COMMISSION
THAT THE PENNINGTON
COUNTY ZONING ORDI-
NANCE BE AND HEREBY IS
AMENDED BY AMENDING
THE ZONING OF THE FOL-
LOWING DESCRIBED PROP-
ERTY:
Beginning at the northwest
corner of Lot 1 of Stenson Sub-
division as shown on Plat Doc-
ument A201114185; thence S
0°05’04” W, 209.47’; thence S
31°40’12” W, 201.90’; thence S
58°09’38” E, 123.93’; thence S
0°08’16” W, 241.70’; thence
along a curve having a length
of 234.44’, a radius of
1,357.39’, a chord bearing of S
46°33’43” W, and a chord
length of 234.15’; thence S
63°54’04” W, 155.44’; thence S
56°00’50” W, 113.92’; thence N
2°06’21” E, 339.30’; thence N
27°58’10” E, 618.30’, thence N
0°08’20” E, 313.97’; thence S
18°20’56” E, 202.67’; thence S
56°47’19” E, 46.22’ to the Point
of Beginning, located in Sec-
tion 21, T1S, R5E, BHM, Pen-
nington County, South Dakota.
The above-described prop-
erty is hereby rezoned from
Limited Agriculture District to
Highway Service District.
Dated this 16th day of April,
2013.
PENNINGTON COUNTY
COMMISSION
/s/ Lyndell Petersen,
Chairperson
ATTEST: (SEAL)
/s/ Julie A. Pearson,
Auditor
C. SECOND READING AND PUBLIC
HEARING OF REZONE / RZ 13-01: Ar-
lean Crow; Daniel Crow – Agent. To re-
zone 47.47 acres from Limited Agriculture
District to General Agriculture District in
accordance with Sections 205 and 508 of
the Pennington County Zoning Ordi-
nance.
ORDINANCE NO. RZ 13-01
AN ORDINANCE AMEND-
ING SECTION 508 OF THE
PENNINGTON COUNTY
ZONING ORDINANCE, RE-
ZONING THE WITHIN DE-
SCRIBED PROPERTY:
BE IT HEREBY ORDAINED
BY THE PENNINGTON
COUNTY COMMISSION
THAT THE PENNINGTON
COUNTY ZONING ORDI-
NANCE BE AND HEREBY IS
AMENDED BY AMENDING
THE ZONING OF THE FOL-
LOWING DESCRIBED PROP-
ERTY:
Lot 8 Revised, Palmer Gulch
Placer MS 690, Section 27,
T1S, R5E, BHM, Pennington
County, South Dakota.
The above-described prop-
erty is hereby rezoned from
Limited Agriculture District to
General Agriculture District.
Dated this 16th day of April,
2013.
PENNINGTON COUNTY
COMMISSION
/s/ Lyndell Petersen,
Chairperson
ATTEST: (SEAL)
/s/ Julie A. Pearson,
Auditor
End of Consent Agenda
D. The Spring Creek Watershed Man-
agement and Project Implementation
Plan – Approval Of Advisory Group Rec-
ommendations. The Board of Commis-
sioners will act on this item during the
May 7, 2013, County Board Meeting.
E. The Spring Creek Watershed Man-
agement and Project Implementation
Plan – Approval Of Participant Agree-
ments: MOVED by Trautman and sec-
onded by Holloway to authorize the
Chairperson’s signature on Cost Share
Participant Agreement SPC2013PC5 for
Crooked Creek Resort, SPC2013PC55
for Blue Wing Recreation and
SPC2013PC68 for Randy Sogge. Vote:
Unanimous.
GENERAL FUND SURPLUS ANALYSIS
The amount of General Fund dollars
that counties can retain as surplus is re-
stricted by SDCL 7-21-18.1 which states:
“The total unreserved, undesignated fund
balance of the general fund may not ex-
ceed forty percent of the total amount of
all general fund appropriations contained
in the budget for the next fiscal year. The
total unreserved, undesignated fund bal-
ance of the general fund of the county as
of March thirty-first and September thirti-
eth shall be published in the minutes of
the proceedings of the board of county
commissioners and reported to the De-
partment of Legislative Audit. The report
shall be on forms prescribed by the De-
partment of Legislative Audit.”
The following analysis should be com-
pleted as of March thirty-first and Sep-
tember thirtieth of each year. Thereafter,
the unreserved, undesignated fund bal-
ance amount should be published in the
minutes of the governing board. This
analysis should also be filed with the De-
partment of Legislative Audit.
PENNINGTON COUNTY
March 31, 2013
ASSETS: 10200 Cash Change,
388,112.37; 10300 Petty Cash,
111,470.00; 10400 Interest Bearing Ac-
counts, 5,088,904.64; 10800 Taxes Re-
ceivable—Current, 27,913,374.52; 11100
Estimated Uncollectible Taxes Receiv-
able—Delinquent, 361,320.18; 11700 Ac-
counts Receivable, 1,485,545.13; 12800
Notes Receivable, 3,359.00; 13200 Due
from Other Government, 109,710.00;
14100 Deposits for Insurance,
521,482.22; 15100 Investments,
2,586,670.23. TOTAL ASSETS:
276.54; Fuss, Larry D, 570.00; G & H Dis-
tributing - Rc, 175.21; Galls, An Aramark
Company, 96.97; Garry, Mark T Md,
500.00; Geib, Elston, Frost Pa, 83.78;
George, Bernard, 206.64; Gittings, Holly
L, 187.50; Glasshoff, Kayla L, 79.80;
Glynn, Elizabeth, 300.11; Godfrey Brake
Service, 1841.17; Golden West Technolo-
gies, 7551.29; Gomez, Victor, 100.00;
Gordon, John, 425.00; Gore, Andrew G,
240.00; Gorton, Dennis, 427.56; Great
Western Tire, Inc, 1584.52; Grimm's
Pump Service Inc, 4072.24; Grode, Lori,
108.80; Grode, William R, 413.25; Grote,
Deb, 196.00; Gunderson,Palmer,Nelson,
649.68; Gustave A Larson Company,
40.20; Guttierez, Joe, 273.48; Hainesway
Limited Partner, 270.00; Hanna, Dana L,
2301.60; Hardware Hank, 118.66;
Harkins, Carolyn, 123.20; Harmelink, Fox
&, 134.00; Harveys Lock Shop, 291.90;
Haskell, Hannah, 80.00; Hauser, Ken,
22.00; Hautala, Keith A, 1340.00; Have-
meier, Leslie, 64.60; Health Education
Design, 205.00; Heartland Paper Com-
pany, 5276.35; Hein, Cheryl, 1015.00;
Hendrickson, Kristina, 470.00; Herd's
Ribbon & Laser, 3106.35; Hewlett-
Packard, 9660.00; High Hawk, Ella,
108.80; Highway Improvement Inc,
112.50; Hill City Hardware, Inc, 1014.27;
Hill City Public Library, 6548.25; Hills Ma-
terials Co, 4045.60; Hillyard/Sioux Falls,
610.86; Hilt Construction Inc, 1637.00;
Hoback, Larry, 270.00; Horn Antelope,
Rebecca, 177.60; Howes Oil Company
Inc, 53518.93; Hughes, Mark, 305.25;
Humane Society Of The BH 4166.67;
IACP, 120.00; Icehouse/Artic Glacier,
22.08; Indoff Inc, 1894.08; Industrial Elec-
tric, 2392.00; Innovative Laboratory,
11565.33; Institutions Services Inc,
2247.10; Interstate All Battery, 421.66; In-
terstate Batteries, 105.95; Intoximeters
Inc, 2280.00; Inventory Trading Com-
pany, 488.00; ISI LLC, 922.04; J Scull
Construction, 393472.80; Jackson Lewis,
LLP, 408.00; Jefferson Partner LP,
859.50; Jenner Equipment Co., 211.84;
Jensen, Dee, 435.00; Jimmy John's
Catering, 167.43; JJ's Engraving & Sales,
33.00; Johnson Machine Inc, 2278.48;
Johnson's Carpet, 3385.00; K-Mart,
38.97; Kansas City Chapter Iaao, 450.00;
Kappedal, Jean, Csr, 900.00; Karl's Appli-
ance, 205.00; Kellem, Kelly, 480.00;
Kennedy Pier & Knoff LLP, 171.00; Key-
stone City Hall, 2275.00; Kirschenmann,
Kevin E, 1155.00; Kittelson, Joan, 15.00;
Klapkin, Aaron, 510.00; Knecht Home
Center Inc, 500.62; Knollwood Town-
house, 270.00; Knology, 355.74; Kurylas,
Roman, 732.00; Lacroix, Heather M,
161.86; Lamb Chevrolet & Implemen,
10000.00; Landeen, Angela, 30000.00;
Language Line Services, 64.05; Lattice
Incorporated, 25899.58; Lawson Prod-
ucts Inc, 947.24; Leo A Daly, 9775.02;
Lewis & Clark Mental Heal, 298.00;
Lewis, Paul A, 1168.80; Lewno, Lucille M,
576.37; Light & Siren, 798.70; Little Print
Shop Inc The, 279.71; Logan's Truck And,
791.25; Lowe's, 115.85; Mailloux,
Amanda, 312.00; Manlove Psychiatric
Group, 6075.16; Maple Green LLC,
400.00; Maplewood Townhouses, 377.00;
Marco, Inc, 1603.89; Martin, Rhonda A,
100.00; Mathern Enterprises Inc, 19.99;
Matheson Tri-Gas, Inc, 316.52; Matthew
Bender & Co Inc, 2110.66; Mattson, An-
nita L, 100.00; May, Johnson, Doyle,
571.20; McAlpine, Kathryn, 135.40; Mc-
Gowan, Wendy T, 1454.04; McKie Ford
Inc, 25902.00; McMaster-Carr Supply Co,
173.44; Meade County Auditor, 3355.00;
Medical Waste Transport,, 318.45; Med-
icap Pharmacy - St Pat, 534.02; Medline
Industries Inc, 878.36; Menards, 266.37;
Mercy Housing Sd2, Llc, 190.00; Meyer,
Tiffany, 58.28; MG Oil Company, 3142.97;
Midcontinent Testing Lab, 672.00; Mid-
west Marketing LLC, 260.00; Midwest
Motor Supply Co, 580.11; Mitzel, Jason,
250.00; Mobile Electronic Service,
8206.56; Mohler, Cindy, 54.00; Molitor,
Brittney, 72.00; Monte Kahler Rentals,
190.00; Moore Medical Corp, 1969.67;
Morovision Night Vision, 903.75; Motive
Parts & Supply Inc, 110.80; Motorola So-
lutions, Inc, 3068.80; Moyle Petroleum,
23735.21; NAED, 420.00; Nat'l Medical
Services, 342.00; Nelson, Diana, 800.00;
Neopost USA Inc, 255.00; Nesseluf,
Stephanie, 20.00; Neve's Uniforms Inc,
3561.50; Newfields Companies LLC,
2887.50; Newkirk's Ace Hrdwre-East,
989.06; Newkirk's Ace Hrdwre-West,
520.56; Nguyen, Lam, 869.04; Nitro Alley,
Inc, 1023.00; Nohr, Linda J, 595.00; Norix
Group Inc, 415.50; North Central Supply
Inc, 60.00; North Haines VFD, 100.00;
Northern Truck Equipment, 184.40;
Northwest Pipe Fitting In, 3703.69; NRA-
Lead, 1190.00; Officemax Incorporated,
2964.34; Otis Elevator Co, 4249.95; Pa-
cific Hide & Fur Depot, 460.65; Paradis
Properties LLC, 900.00; Parent Teacher
Outlet, 105.95; Parker Drive Develop-
ment, 170.00; Parker, Nanette, 11.20;
Parks, Ashlie, 70.00; Patterson, Bridget,
161.00; Peck, Tyler, 309.60; Peckosh,
Thomas F, 415.00; Penn Co Equalization,
25.12; Penn Co Health & Human Sv,
111.49; Penn Co Highway, 95.97; Penn
Co JSC, 129.35; Penn Co Juv Diversion,
186.93; Penn Co Sheriff, 1206.96; Penn
Co States Atty, 98.56; Penn Conservation
Dist, 6787.50; Pennington County Hous-
ing, 1231.00; Phelps Adspecialties LLC,
39.99; Phoenix Supply Llc, 349.46; Pio-
neer Enterprises, Inc, 5515.00; Plantron-
ics Inc, 386.00; PLM Investments,
190.00; Pollard, Jerry, 174.00; Power
House Honda, 793.05; Precision Dynam-
ics Corp, 460.78; Pressure Services Inc,
40.00; Pro Windmill, Inc, 104.00; Probst,
John J, 10000.00; Promo Direct, 539.00;
Psi Health Care Inc, 30.00; Psychological
Evaluations, 520.00; Public Agency Train-
ing, 295.00; Quill Corporation, 403.65;
Radiology Assoc. Prof. Ll, 9.48; Radke,
Eric, 22.00; Rapid Chevrolet Co Inc,
4486.86; Rapid Collision, 879.00; Rapid
Creek Partners, 682.00; Rapid Delivery
Inc, 126.00; Rapid Leasing, 860.49;
Rapid Rooter, 105.00; Rapid Tire & Align-
ment, 765.00; Rapid Transit System,
517.00; Rapidcare, 64.00; Ravellette
Publications, 1818.28; RC Area School
Dist 51-4, 1866.48; RC Emergency Serv-
ices, 177.12; RC Journal, 6134.66; RC
Police Dept-Evidence, 2489.01; RC Re-
gional Hospital, Inc, 4256.75; RC Re-
gional Hospital, Inc, 244.55; RC Regional
Hospital, Inc, 270.50; RC Regional Hos-
pital, Inc, 1879.17; RCS Construction Inc,
12664.00; RDO Equipment Co, 4378.98;
Record Storage Solutions, 167.64; Red
Leaf, Don, 240.00; Redwood Toxicology,
390.00; Redwood Toxicology Inc,
1417.73; Regional Health Physician,
3812.91; Rehfuss, Cathryn, 22.50;
Reishus, Kathryn M, 190.00; Repair Shop
The, 521.90; Reuer, Allen, 945.00; Ricoh
Usa Inc, 170.00; Ridenour, Margie,
240.00; Rochester Armored Car, 408.40;
Roger Frye's Paint Supply, 983.84;
Rohrbach, Milbert, 100.00; Rohrich, Jeff,
190.00; Rooks Works, LLC, 1910.00;
Royal Wheel Alignment, 634.00; Run-
nings Supply Inc, 235.73; Rushmore
Dental Products, 22.00; Rushmore Safety
Supplies, 57.50; Safety Kleen Systems
Inc, 527.41; Sandberg, Ann G, 490.00;
Scenic Township, 1035.00; Scholl, Timo-
thy T, 240.00; Schreiner Enterprises, In,
21.95; Schuft, Scott, 329.30; Schweiger,
Todd, 499.96; Scott, Adam, 52.00; SD
Dept Of Labor, 8161.00; SD Dept Of Pub-
lic Safety, 20.00; SD Dept Of Revenue,
783.00; SD Dept Of Transp-Finance,
5742.10; SD Div Of Motor Vehicles,
53.00; SD Federal Prop Agency, 560.00;
SD Invasive Species Mgmt, 250.00; SD
School Of Mines & Tech, 190.00; Sd Sec-
retary Of State, 30.00; SD Sheriff's Asso-
ciation, 195.00; SDACO, 655.00; Sentinel
Offender Service, 1317.90; Servall Uni-
form/Linen Co, 4276.15; Sheehan Mack
Sales, 114.62; Shepherd Reporting Llc,
68.75; Sherwin Williams Paints, 229.84;
Shoener Machine & Tool, 83.85; Simon
Contractors, 3228.75; Simplexgrinnell,
2008.56; Simpson's Printing, 1240.00;
Sioux Funeral Home, 2000.00; Sioux
Plating Co Inc, 87.25; Skinner, Matthew
L, 2477.83; Smith, Sarah, 24.76; Smoot
& Utzman, 1044.75; Solar Sound, 490.65;
South Creek Village, 480.00; Southern
Hills Publishing, 1699.38; Spear, Troy,
161.00; Stadel, Tammy, 500.91; Stan
Houston Equip Co, 269.41; Stec's Adver-
tising, 62.13; Stephens, Matthew, 200.00;
Stewart, Cathy L, 50.00; Sturdevant's Re-
finish, 679.69; Sturdevant's- Rapid City,
828.30; Suffolk Co Sheriff's Dept, 75.00;
Summit Signs & Supply Inc, 551.20; Sun-
source, 6390.83; Swanda, Karen, 30.00;
Swanston Equipment Corp, 1671.77;
Tech M3 Inc, 3254.40; Technology Cen-
ter, 275.00; Tentexkota LLC 228.00;
Tessco Incorporated, 656.66; Thomas,
Kelly, 12.80; Titan Access Account,
148.41; Tow Pros, 236.00; Tractor Supply
Credit Pla, 111.84; Trail King Ind., Inc,
326.10; Trimin Systems, Inc, 1875.00;
Tripp County, 93.18; Truthought, 45.95;
TW Vending Inc, 9058.78; Twilight Inc,
351.45; Twl Billing Service &, 2417.23;
Tyler, Robert, 139.95; United Rentals
Northwest, 283.39; US Bank, 2100.00;
US Postal Service, 10135.78; VB Rapid
Creek, 270.00; Verizon Wireless, 233.71;
Vlieger, Tom, 75.20; Von Wald, Lynn,
230.00; Wall Community Library,
3875.00; Warne Chem & Equip Co Inc,
80.44; Watertree, Inc, 724.50; Weich-
mann, Cynthia, 821.90; Wellspring, Inc,
1983.15; Wessel, Al Jr, Md, 5075.00;
West Payment Center, 4399.03; West
River Anesthesiology, 224.00; West River
Intrntnl Inc, 436.91; West River Welding,
280.00; Western Communication Inc,
1441.00; Western Mailers, 23.94; West-
ern Stationers Inc, 2506.51; Western
Thrifty Inn LLC, 1500.00; Wex Bank,
298.69; Whisler Bearing Co, 1361.12;
White, Anthony, 161.00; Whitford, Jenna
B, 100.00; Whiting, Hagg & Hagg LLP
2145.27; Winter Law Office PC, 4109.48;
Wojtanowicz, Terrance, 240.00; Wolf,
Ione, 546.50; Wolff, Jacob, 500.00;
Wood, Brenda, 41.63; Wood, Jamie,
245.00; Working Against Violence,
7517.50; Wyoming Dept Of Revenue,
200.00; Yankton Co Sheriff Office,
150.00; Zacharias, Jerome C, 305.00;
Zakinski, Stan, 405.00; Ziggy's, 642.15;
AT&T Mobility, 432.43; BH Power Inc,
7,177.70; CBM Food Service, 5,574.24;
City Of Box Elder, 73.46; City Of Rapid
City-Water, 2,970.50; First Administrators,
262,822.36; First Interstate Bank,
6,094.47; Golden West Co, 1,317.04;
Golden West Technologies, 40.40; Kieffer
Sanitation, 2,708.55; Knology, 1,427.20;
Medical Waste Transport, 164.16; Mid-
continent Communications, 971.10; Mt
Rushmore Telephone Co, 102.19; Orbit-
com Inc, 91.72; Qwest Corporation,
7,605.13; Red River Service Corp, 49.48;
Reliance Telephone Inc, 3.74; SD Dept Of
Revenue, 13,164.98; Verizon, 831.21;
Walker Refuse, 111.10; Wex Bank,
9,151.89; Wells Fargo CC Settlement:
Amazon Mktplace Pmts, 91.55; Ama-
zon.Com, 66.42; Americinn Ft Pierre, 77;
Big D #22, 30; Black Hills Chemical,
448.96; Bob Barker Company, 963.84;
Border States Electric, 75.04; Clickbank,
39.95; Dakota Bumper And Paint, 36.3;
Dakotaland Holdings LLC, 165; Dash
Medical Gloves, 1,141.40; Douglas Inn -
Douglas, Wy, 105; Drury Inn Denver East,
287.76; Family Thrift Center, 195.06;
Foodservicewarehousec, 1,724.99; Fron-
tier Travel Center - Bowman, Nd Us, 7.55;
Fruit Of Loom / Jerzees, 816.48; Glock
Professional Inc, 390; Jerry's Cakes &
Donuts, 38; Knecht Home Center, 23.03;
Mckie Ford Lincoln, 151.98; Morse
Watchmans Inc, 261.75; Network Solu-
tions, Llc, 80; Office Max, 515.85; Office-
max Ct, 911.99; Pizza Hut, 217.93; Rapid
Chevrolet-Cadillac, 752.5; Reliance Tele-
phone, 27.21; Rushmore Civic Center,
793.75; Sears Roebuck, 209.99; Street
Image Truck & Auto, 130; Sturdevant's
Auto Parts, 890.19; Tessco Incorporated,
90.97; Wal-Mart #1604, 533.48; Wal-Mart
#3872, 530; Walmart.Com, 147.06.
ADJOURN
MOVED by Davis and seconded by
Trautman to adjourn the meeting. Vote:
Unanimous. There being no further busi-
ness, the meeting was adjourned at 12:18
p.m.
Julie A. Pearson,
Auditor
Published May 2, 2013, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $310.79.
SURPLUS
PROPERTY
CITY OF WALL
The City of Wall has declared the follow-
ing property surplus and is accepting bids
on a 140’ radio tower w/ 20’ sections,
made of galvanized angle iron. For addi-
tional information, contact Garrett Bryan,
Public Works Director at 605-279-2563 or
605-515-4138. Sealed bids may be sub-
mitted at the Wall City Office at 501 Main
Street, PO Box 314, Wall SD until 2:00pm
on June 6, 2013. The city council will
open bids at 6:30pm during the council
meeting. The City of Wall reserves the
right to reject any or all bids and to waive
any irregularities therein and reserves the
right to award sale to the highest respon-
sible bidder as they so determine.
Carolynn Anderson
Finance Officer
Published April 25 & May 2, 2013, at the
total approximate cost of $18.20.
Pennington County Courant • May 2, 2013 • Page 7 Public Notices
Public Notice Advertising
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TUESDAY, JUNE 4: SPECIAL PAIF SALE & FECULAF CATTLE
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Upoom1ng Horse So1es
TUESDAY, MAY 21: OPEN CONSICNMENT HOFSE SALE
FOLLOWINC THE CATTLE SALE.
CATTL£ R£PORT: APR1L SD, 2DJS
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o] ]eeder oo111e ]or our speo1o1 so1e. Lo1s o]
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PAIRS:
JEFF NELSON - PHILIP
39 .........................DLK HFF PAIFS 1165=.......$2,000.00
PETERSON HEREFORDS - KADOKA
11.........................DWF HFF PAIFS 1234=.......$2,000.00
A CONSIGNMENT
21 .........................DLK HFF PAIFS 1075=.......$2,000.00
AUDREY WIESER - WASTA
4 ...........................DLK HFF PAIFS 1176=.......$1,810.00
4 .............DLK 3 TO 6 YF OLD PAIFS 1280=.......$1,675.00
3 ...DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH PAIFS 1355=.......$1,525.00
PAUL SLOVEK - PHILIP
18.........................FED HFF PAIFS 960=.........$1,700.00
15 .........................DLK HFF PAIFS 974=.........$1,675.00
JENSEN & WIESER - OWANKA
5...DLK & DWF 3 TO 6 YF OLD PAIFS 1345=.......$1,700.00
8 .............DLK 3 TO 6 YF OLD PAIFS 1342=.......$1,610.00
9 ...DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH PAIFS 1343=.......$1,475.00
GARY HERRINGTON - HERMOSA
6 .............DLK 3 TO 6 YF OLD PAIFS 1248=.......$1,475.00
JIM JOHNSON - QUINN
13 .........DLK DFOKEN MOUTH PAIFS 1352=.......$1,375.00
FEEDER CATTLE:
MADSEN & GREEN - VOLBERG, MT
11.................................DLK STFS 717=............$143.50
75.................................DLK STFS 783=............$138.00
MICKEY & THOMAS SIMONS - WHITE OWL
82 ......................DLK & DWF STFS 746=............$141.50
BRAD & JODY STOUT - KADOKA
62 ................................DLK HFFS 681=............$136.75
MARK & JUDITH RADWAY - PHILIP
80......................DLK & DWF HFFS 736=............$135.00
MORTENSON CATTLE CO - HAYES
67......................DLK & DWF HFFS 730=............$134.50
18 .....................FWF & DWF HFFS 745=............$131.00
MADSEN RANCH CATTLE - MIDLAND
11 ......................DLK & DWF STFS 652=............$148.00
18......................DLK & DWF HFFS 576=............$140.00
10......................FED & DLK HFFS 542=............$141.50
KOLBY KINSLEY - MURDO
7........................DLK & DWF HFFS 576=............$140.00
JAMES GOOD - LONG VALLEY
5...................................DLK STFS 655=............$145.50
15......................DLK & DWF HFFS 592=............$135.50
DOUG THORSON - QUINN
6 ........................FED & DLK STFS 683=............$139.50
7 ................................HEFF HFFS 506=............$137.00
KEN BRONEMANN - ENNNING
4...................................DLK STFS 795=............$132.00
PAUL SLOVEK - PHILIP
50......................DLK & FED HFFS 687=............$129.00
BILL MCDANIEL - PHILIP
36.................................DLK STFS 836=............$130.00
14 ................................DLK HFFS 727=............$125.50
BRAVE BULL CREEK - MIDLAND
6........................FED & DLK HFFS 607=............$137.75
WEIGH-UPS:
SHANE FINN - MIDLAND
1...................................FED COW 1345=............$83.00
ARLIE RADWAY - HOWES
1.............................DLK COWETTE 1355=............$94.00
2.................DLK & DWF COWETTES 1268=............$94.00
CLAY KING - PHILIP
1...................................DLK COW 1330=............$82.00
DON HECK - KADOKA
1...................................FED COW 1555=............$81.50
RODNEY SHARP - KADOKA
1...................................DLK DULL 1950=..........$103.00
MERLE & LINDA STILWELL - KADOKA
3......................DLK COWS (YOUNC} 1308=............$86.00
FRANK WILSEY - CREIGHTON
1...................................DLK COW 1300=............$81.50
BLAINE & LOUANN KROGMAN - WHITE RIVER
1...................................DLK DULL 1905=..........$102.50
1...................................DLK DULL 1565=..........$101.50
1...................................DLK COW 1490=............$81.00
3 .................................DLK COWS 1297=............$79.00
3.................................DLK HFFTS 960=............$100.00
1...................................DLK DULL 1760=............$99.50
STANLEY PORCH - WANBLEE
1...................................DLK DULL 2245=..........$102.50
TIM NELSON - MIDLAND
14...............................DLK HFFTS 832=............$117.00
TERRY SCHELL - WALL
15...............................DLK HFFTS 867=............$114.00
JOE WISHARD - LANTRY
9......................DLK & DWF HFFTS 826=............$114.00
2................................FWF HFFTS 895=..............$99.00
JAKE NELSON - CREIGHTON
2.................................DLK HFFTS 843=............$113.00
SPENCER CORDES - CREIGHTON
1 ..................................DLK HFFT 915=............$110.00
1 ..................................DLK HFFT 955=............$101.00
SAM JOHNSTON - ELM SPRINGS
3.................................DLK HFFTS 750=............$109.50
2 ...........................DLK COWETTES 1040=............$84.50
DAN NELSON - CREIGHTON
3 ........................FED & DLK HFTS 850=............$109.00
JERRY NELSON - PHILIP
2.................................DLK HFFTS 905=............$104.50
ROBERT SCHOFIELD - PHILIP
1...................................DLK COW 1115=............$83.00
RICHARD KROGMAN - WHITE RIVER
1 ..................................DWF COW 1130=............$82.50
1...................................DLK COW 1340=............$79.00
LIVERMONT BROTHERS - MARTIN
1...................................DLK COW 1505=............$81.00
18................................DLK COWS 1144=............$78.75
5 .................................DLK COWS 1400=............$77.75
1 ..................................DLK HFFT 860=..............$94.00
TERRY MCPHERSON - PIEDMONT
9......................DLK & DWF HFFTS 695=............$126.50
2EB HOFFMAN - CREIGHTON
1...................................FED COW 1200=............$81.00
HOSTUTLER RANCH - MIDLAND
1...................................DLK COW 1500=............$80.50
1.............................DLK COWETTE 1080=............$82.50
1 ..................................DLK HFFT 835=............$104.00
DUSTIN & WES REEVES - OWANKA
1..................................DWF HFFT 705=............$122.00
ACE KARY - NORRIS
1...................................DLK COW 1125=............$80.00
1...................................DLK COW 1150=............$79.50
RYAN LAMONT - UNION CENTER
1...................................FED COW 1350=............$79.50
1 ..................................DWF COW 1365=............$78.50
2.................................FED COWS 1293=............$78.25
1...................................FED COW 1665=............$78.00
CLARENCE KROGMAN TRUST - WHITE RIVER
2.................................DWF COWS 1348=............$79.00
1...................................DLK COW 1365=............$78.00
CLIFF KROGMAN - WHITE RIVER
4.......................DLK & DWF COWS 1260=............$78.75
DEAN LIVERMONT - MARTIN
3 .................................DLK COWS 1332=............$78.50
CHARLES & JANET VANDERMAY - KADOKA
1...................................DLK COW 1320=............$78.50
1 ..................................DLK HFFT 920=..............$97.00
WALLY & CAROL HOFFMAN - CREIGHTON
1...................................DLK COW 1230=............$78.50
DARRELL & MAVIS PETERSON - HERMOSA
2 ..................................FWF COW 1273=............$78.00
CREW CATTLE COMPANY - PHILIP
5 .................................DLK COWS 1178=............$78.00
1...................................DLK COW 1475=............$77.00
2 .................................DLK COWS 1315=............$75.50
1 ..................................DLK HFFT 905=............$104.00
DAVE & PAUL VANDERMAY - LONG VALLEY
4 .................................DLK COWS 1376=............$77.75
TUCKER MCDANIEL - MIDLAND
1 ..................................DWF COW 1535=............$77.50
JIM JOHNSON - QUINN
5 .................................DLK COWS 1317=............$77.25
BRENT WEBER - LONG VALLEY
1...................................DLK COW 1605=............$77.00
1...................................DLK DULL 1865=............$94.50
GARY SNOOK - MIDLAND
1...................................DLK COW 1420=............$77.00
CHARLES & ELEANOR 2UCCARO - MIDLAND
1...................................DLK COW 1650=............$76.50
DARREN FISCHER - MIDLAND
2.......................DLK & DWF COWS 1248=............$76.50
GLEN SPRING - UNION CENTER
10.....................DLK & DWF COWS 1289=............$76.25
4.......................DLK & DWF COWS 1571=............$76.00
16 .........................DLK COWETTES 978=..............$94.25
ROXY RICHARDSON - LONG VALLEY
1...................................FED COW 1650=............$76.00
PAUL VANDERMAY - LONG VALLEY
1.............................DLK COWETTE 1015=............$92.50
OFM PARTNERSHIP - CREIGHTON
1...................................DLK COW 1715=............$76.00
DWIGHT SLOVEK - PHILIP
1..................................DWF HFFT 790=............$112.00
PHILIP KRUSE - SCENIC
4......................DLK & DWF HFFTS 804=............$108.00
1...................................DLK COW 1475=............$78.00
DEAN & DONNA KLAPPERICH - RAPID CITY
1 ..................................DLK HFFT 970=............$106.00
SHORTY JONES RANCH - MIDLAND
10 ................................DLK HFFT 931=............$105.00
6 .......................FED & DLK COWS 1177=............$79.00
RONALD GARTNER - INTERIOR
1 ..................................DLK HFFT 895=............$105.00
MATT SANDAL - QUINN
3.................................DLK HFFTS 828=............$103.00
DAVE STOVER - OWANKA
1 ..................................DLK HFFT 955=............$102.00
FRANK CARLSON - BELVIDERE
2......................DLK & DWF HFFTS 855=............$101.00
JT MOON - CREIGHTON
14...............................DLK HFFTS 998=............$100.50
DON & DELORIS POSS - PHILIP
1 ..................................DLK HFFT 975=..............$99.00
3 .................................DLK COWS 1257=............$77.00
JIM & LUISA TINES - NEW UNDERWOOD
4.................................DLK HFFTS 994=..............$98.00
LARRY & JEFF GABRIEL - QUINN
10...............................DLK HFFTS 965=..............$98.00
MELVIN & TRINA ARNESON - ENNING
1 ..................................DLK HFFT 965=..............$98.00
SUSAN EISENBRAUN - CREIGHTON
2.................................DLK HFFTS 933=..............$96.50
BRAD & JODY STOUT - KADOKA
1 ..................................DLK HFFT 930=..............$96.00
MCDANIEL BROTHERS - PHILIP
5 ...........................DLK COWETTES 957=..............$95.50
INGEBERT FAUSKE & SONS - WALL
7.................................DLK HFFTS 974=..............$95.00
9 ...........................DLK COWETTES 1023=............$84.00
KARL SCHUL2 - PHILIP
5......................DLK & DWF HFFTS 1004=............$93.00
LL & RE KJERSTAD LIVING TRUST - QUINN
1.............................DLK COWETTE 1040=............$92.50
COLE REINERT - WALL
1.............................DLK COWETTE 1190=............$90.00
JEFF NELSON - PHILIP
7.................DLK & DWF COWETTES 1039=............$90.50
ROY BROWN - KADOKA
4 ...........................DLK COWETTES 1009=............$89.75
CHAD CERNEY - PHILIP
1 ............................FED COWETTE 1090=............$84.50
MICKEY DALY - MIDLAND
1...................................DLK DULL 1865=..........$101.00
BOB CERNEY - PHILIP
1 ................................CHAF DULL 2020=..........$100.50
BONENBERGER RANCH - BELVIDERE
1...................................DLK DULL 1895=..........$100.00
HOWARD WIESINGER - SHADEHILL
1 ................................CHAF DULL 2290=............$97.50
1 ................................CHAF DULL 2100=............$92.50
MATT PORCH - WANBLEE
1...................................DLK DULL 2040=............$95.50
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Pennington County Courant • May 2, 2013 • Page 8
NOTICE OF
HEARING
BEFORE THE PENNINGTON
COUNTY
PLANNING AND ZONING
COMMISSION
Notice is hereby given that the following
petitioners have applied to the Penning-
ton County Planning and Zoning Com-
mission under the provisions of the Pen-
nington County Zoning Ordinance as fol-
lows:
John and Barbara Majchrzak have ap-
plied for a Minor Planned Unit Develop-
ment Amendment for the High Country
Guest Ranch to reduce the setback from
25 feet to 10 feet to allow for a proposed
shed and gift shop on Lot 12, to reduce
the setback from 25 feet to 10 feet to
allow for a woodshed on Tract A and to
also reduce the setback for the stage
from 25 feet to 14 feet on the west prop-
erty line and to also reduce the setback
for the stage from 25 feet to 23 feet along
the south property line on Tract A, and to
allow for a sign to be placed on Lot C; lo-
cated on Lot 12 and Lot C (Signage Lot)
of High Country Ranch Subdivision and
Tract A less High Country Ranch Subdi-
vision and less Right-of-Way of Ray
Smith Placer MS 995, all located in Sec-
tion 15, T1S, R4E, BHM, Pennington
County, South Dakota, 12138 Ray Smith
Drive, in accordance with Section 213 of
the Pennington County Zoning Ordi-
nance.
Cliff View Apartments (Tony and Gail
Kaliss); David Olson – Agent, have ap-
plied for a Minor Planned Unit Develop-
ment Amendment to amend the existing
PUD to allow for nightly, weekly, and
yearly rentals located on Lot RR, Johnson
Siding Townsite, Section 31, T2N, R6E,
BHM, Pennington County, South Dakota,
12340 W. Highway 44, in accordance with
Section 213 of the Pennington County
Zoning Ordinance.
Stanley Johnson Concrete Contractor
has applied for a Conditional Use Permit
to allow a concrete batch plan and aggre-
gate stock pile site for the reconstruction
project of I-90 at Exit 116, east of Wall, in
a General Agriculture District located on
the SE1/4SW1/4; S1/2NE1/4SW1/4, Sec-
tion 24, T1S, R16E, BHM, Pennington
County, South Dakota, at the intersection
of Interstate I-90 and 239th Street, in ac-
cordance with Sections 205-C and 510 of
the Pennington County Zoning Ordi-
nance.
Notice is further given that said applica-
tions will be heard by the Pennington
County Planning and Zoning Commission
in the County Courthouse at 9:00 a.m. on
the 13th day of May 2013. At this time,
any person interested may appear and
show cause, if there be any, why such re-
quests 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 Department so
that appropriate auxiliary aids and serv-
ices are available.
Dan Jennissen
Planning Director
Published May 2, 2013, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $28.59.
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:
Doug Sletten has applied for a Rezone to
rezone two (2) acres from Limited Agricul-
ture District to Suburban Residential Dis-
trict located on Parcel A of S1/2SW1/4,
Section 14, T1N, R8E, BHM, Pennington
County, South Dakota, 5800 Green Valley
Drive, in accordance with Sections 210
and 508 of the Pennington County Zoning
Ordinance.
Bolt Racing, Inc.; Grant or Greg Bolt –
Agents, have applied for a Rezone to re-
zone 39.2 acres from General Agriculture
District to Low Density Residential District
and to amend the Pennington County
Comprehensive Plan to change the Fu-
ture Land Use from Public to Low Density
Residential District located on Govern-
ment Lot 1 in the NW1/4SE1/4, Section
22, T1S, R6E, BHM, Pennington County,
South Dakota, one-half mile northeast of
the intersection of S. Highway 16 and Sil-
ver Mountain Road, in accordance with
Sections 207 and 508 of the Pennington
County Zoning Ordinance.
David Merchen; Davis Engineering –
Agent, has applied for a Rezone to re-
zone 3.32 acres from Planned Unit Devel-
opment to Low Density Residential Dis-
trict, to allow for the property lines to be
reconfigured, located on Lot 4, Merchen
Addition #2, Section 21, T2N, R6E, BHM,
Pennington County, South Dakota, 22610
Merchen Road, in accordance with Sec-
tion 508 of the Pennington County Zoning
Ordinance.
Celia and Allan Bradley; Jim Petersen –
Agent, have applied for a Rezone to re-
zone 20.66 acres from General Agricul-
ture District to Low Density Residential
District and to amend the Pennington
County Comprehensive Plan to change
the Future Land Use from Planned Unit
Development Sensitive to Low Density
Residential District located on located on
All (also in Section 19), Black Metal #9
MS, Section 20, T1S, R5E, BHM, Pen-
nington County, South Dakota, located
two-tenths of a mile northwest of the in-
tersection of China Gulch Road and
Bradley Gulch Road, on Bradley Gulch
Road, in accordance with Sections 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
21st day of May 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 May 2, 2013, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $32.08.
PUBLIC NOTICE
Diamond E Storage located at 309 La-
riet Drive Hwy 240, Wall, SD, 57790 shall
seize and sell the contents of storage unit
#S-8 belonging to Sirena Secco for the
purpose of satisfying storage and miscel-
laneous charges. The seizure and dispo-
sition of property will occur fifteen (15)
days from paper date.
Published April 25 & May 2, 2013, at the
total approximate cost of $8.44.
NOTICE OF
HEARING
BEFORE
THE PENNINGTON COUNTY
PLANNING AND ZONING
COMMISSION
AND THE PENNINGTON COUNTY
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Pennington County Planning Commission
and the Pennington County Board of
Commissioners will hold a public hearing
to consider the following proposed ordi-
nance amendment to the Pennington
County Zoning Ordinance adopted as an
adjunct to the Pennington County Com-
prehensive Plan:
OA 13-01 – Amendment to Ordinance 17
(Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance) to
update and adopt the new DFIRMs of the
Pennington County Zoning Ordinance.
Said hearing will be held by the Planning
Commission on Monday, May 13, 2013,
at 9:00 a.m. and the Pennington County
Board of Commissioners on Tuesday,
May 21, 2013, at 10:30 a.m. in the Com-
missioners’ Meeting Room at the Pen-
nington County Courthouse, Rapid City,
South Dakota. Any interested party may
appear and be heard. Copies of the pro-
posed amendments may be viewed at the
Planning Department located at 315 St.
Joseph Street, Suite 118, Rapid City,
South Dakota, during regular business
hours.
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 May 2, 2013, at the total ap-
proximate cost of $18.43.
NOTICE OF
DEADLINE
FOR VOTER
REGISTRATION
MUNICIPAL ELECTION FOR CITY
OF WALL AND TOWN OF WASTA
Voter registration for the City of Wall
and the Town of Wasta Elections to be
held on June 4th, 2013 will close on May
20, 2013 at 4:30pm. Failure to register by
this date will cause forfeiture of voting
rights for this election. If you are in doubt
about whether you are registered, check
the Voter Information Portal at
www.sdsos.gov or call the county auditor
at 605-394-2153.
Registration may be completed during
regular business hours at the municipal fi-
nance office, county auditor's office, sec-
retary of state's office, and those locations
which provide driver's licenses, SNAP,
TANF, WIC, military recruitment, and as-
sistance to the disabled as provided by
the Department of Human Services. You
may contact the finance office or county
auditor to request a mail-in registration
form or access a mail-in form at
(http://www.votepennco.com/).
Voters with disabilities may contact the
Finance Office at 605-279-2663 for infor-
mation and special assistance in voter
registration, absentee voting, or polling
place accessibility.
Carolynn Anderson
Finance Officer
City of Wall
Town of Wasta
Published May 2 & 9, 2013, at the total
approximate cost of $29.90.
NOTICE OF
HEARING
BEFORE THE CITY OF WALL
Notice is hereby given that the following
petitioners have applied for exclusion of
certain property out of the City of Wall lim-
its:
Crown Partnership, Gale Crown and
Donna Fauske have applied for exclusion
of certain property out of the City of Wall:
NE1/4 of Section 7, including
Lot 1-4 of Crown Country Es-
tates, Wall, and Pennington
County, South Dakota.
Notice is further given that said applica-
tion will be heard by the City of Wall in the
Wall Community Center meeting room at
6:30pm on the 9th day of May, 2013. At
this time, any person interested may ap-
pear and show cause, if there be any,
why such requests should or should not
be granted.
Carolynn Anderson
Finance Officer
Published April 25 & May 2, 2013, at the
total approximate cost of $20.79.
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Stockmen’s Livestock
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7 am MDT
Sale 12 noon MDT
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