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Number 47
Volume 107
November 22, 2012
by Laurie Hindman
The Eastern Pennington County
Ambulance District dba Wall Am-
bulance Service District held a
meeting on Tuesday, November 13.
President Wally Hoffman called
the meeting to order.
A motion to approve minutes
from the October 24, meeting was
approved.
An EMT class update was given.
Due to the low response of interest
in the classes, it was decided it
won’t be cost effective to hold
them.
The billing agreement fee has
been paid and Secretary/Treasurer
Carolynn Anderson has been pro-
viding them with all the informa-
tion they have been asking for.
The lease agreement between
the City of Wall and Ambulance
District was reviewed. Hoffman
feels they should get quotes on dif-
ferent dollar amounts of de-
ductibles for the deductible clause.
After review of the bylaws the
board voted and approved them.
The next meeting will be held on
Tuesday, December 11 at 7:00 p.m.
at the Wall Community Center
meeting room.
Eastern Pennington County Ambulance
District Service approves bylaws
by Laurie Hindman
City Council President Rick
Hustead in the absence of Mayor
Dave Hahn called a special Wall
City Council meeting to order on
Wednesday, November 14 at 10:00
a.m.
The agenda for the meeting was
approved.
Building Permit for Amanda
Frink to move a modular home
onto the Wall Meat property was
discussed. Public Works Director
Jeff Clark informed the council
Frink will need a variance and the
modular home will have to be set
on a foundation. Council members
asked Frink to attend the Decem-
ber council meeting and have a
drawing for final approval.
A motion to enter into Executive
Session for the purpose of dis-
cussing personeel issues according
to SDCL 1-25-2 was approved.
Executive session ended at 11:08
a.m. and a motion was made and
approved to call a special meeting
for 9:00 a.m., on Friday, November
16th.
The meeting was adjourned at
11:12 a.m.
by Laurie Hindman
A regular board meeting for the
Wall School was called to order by
President Scot Eisenbraun on
Wednesday, November 14 at the
Wall School Library.
A motion was made and ap-
proved for the agenda and the con-
sent agenda for:
•Minutes of October 10, 2012
board meeting.
•November claims.
•Extra duty contract for Tracy
Enders, Assistant Gymnastics
Coach.
•Addendum for Kelli Sundall to
City Council holds
special meeting
By David Bordewyk
South Dakota
Newspaper Association
Every day and every week,
newspapers package and publish
news, information and advertise-
ments in a product that is made
available to the public.
A common piece in all of it is the
name of the newspaper. The news-
paper name almost always domi-
nates the top of the front page of
the printed newspaper or the top
of the newspaper's website. In the
newspaper business, we call it the
"flag" or the "nameplate." But it is
much more than just a newspaper
name.
A newspaper's flag is a represen-
tation of a newspaper's credibility
and brand. It is a newspaper's
trademark. It tells those who read
the newspaper that the publisher
stands behind the information
found in the newspaper.
In short, a newspaper flag con-
veys instant familiarity and con-
nection for those who read it. A
newspaper's flag is a powerful
thing.
So it is no wonder some south-
eastern South Dakota residents
were confused when they received
a political campaign piece in the
mail just before the November 6
election that looked very similar to
Wall School Board gives consensus to Williams to
move forward with a school nutrition resolution
increase the additional days por-
tion of her contract to match the
base salary of her contract.
Students were recognized for the
following achievements:
•Austin Huether for placing
eighth at State Cross Country.
•The Wall FFA Chapter who
traveled to the National FFA Con-
vention in Indianapolis, Ind., to
compete in the Ag Issues Forum
Career Development event. There
were 39 teams representing their
states and the Wall FFA placed in
the top 16, receiving a Silver Em-
blem award.
Superintendent/7-12 Principal
Dennis Rieckman and Mary
Williams held a meeting and de-
cided that Committee Reports will
be put on the agenda for every
meeting. The Technology Commit-
tee met and Williams brought back
to the board their suggestions.
Williams said it would more feasi-
ble to upgrade the servers and li-
censes on a yearly basis rather
then the way they have been doing
it. The board approved a motion to
upgrade yearly. Rieckman noted
the Curriculum and Policy Com-
mittees will need to meet in the
near future.
Williams will be attending the
ASBSD meeting. She has received
a packet of information from the
Associated School Boards.
Williams is concerned about an
issue regarding the Federal Regu-
lations and School Nutrition. The
new nutrition program isn’t work-
ing for our students since only one
percent of the Wall students fall
into the obesity category. She has
proposed a new resolution as a
substitute which would allow the
schools to set their own nutrition
guidelines. The board gave
Williams their consensus to move
forward with the resolution.
The board approved Gymnas-
tics, Girls and Boys Basketball
rules.
Rieckman announced that Fall
Awards Night will be held at the
School on Tuesday, November 20
beginning at 6:00 p.m. Awards will
be handed out to Football, Volley-
ball, Cross Country and All State
Chorus. A meal will also be served
for those attending.
School Board meetings will
begin at 6:00 p.m. until April 2013,
with the exception of the Decem-
ber meeting which will begin at
5:00 p.m. with Legislators and the
regular meeting will begin at 6:30
p.m.
A motion to approve an open en-
rollment was made and approved.
The Board of Regents has sent
out a report that shows how the
2011 class is doing in college.
Attendance sheet was handed
out and the school is doing good
with Big White having 97 percent
in attendance and the third and
first grade classes doing especially
well.
Rieckman informed the board
members that the Impact Aid
meeting will be held in Orlando,
Fla., and if anyone would like to
attend to let him know.
There have been issues with as-
sistant coaches receiving their cer-
tification. Rieckman is putting a
spread sheet together that will
document all classes complete for
coaches and plans to hold classes
for them in the fall at the school.
A motion was made and ap-
proved to enter into Executive Ses-
sions for the purpose of discussing
personnel according to SDCL 1-25-
2.
With no motions being made
after executive session the meeting
was adjourned.
An old time photo
Lorna Moore was very kind to send in this very old photo (she is guessing it was taken around
1914) in Wall, SD. Some names are wrote on the picture. The young man on the left is Cliff Soren-
son, George Drey (the gentleman with a black moustache, Daddy Green, Lewis Shull, Mr. Torrence
and Mr. Besson. The four gentleman on the left are all civil war veterans. Lewis Shull was Lorna
Moore’s great-grandpa. Photo submitted by Lorna Moore
Political campaign mailer confuses readers,
threatens newspaper's independent credibility
a local weekly newspaper. The
campaign mailer included a flag
that was similar in design and
type style to the local weekly news-
paper, the Dakota Dunes North
Sioux City Times.
The campaign mailer, called the
"Lincoln Union County Times,"
was paid for by the Union County
Republican Party, whose chairman
is state Senator Dan Lederman, as
a promotional piece for GOP can-
didates.
Shortly after the campaign
mailer showed up in mailboxes,
Times Publisher Bruce Odson
began receiving calls from local
residents confused by it. Was his
newspaper responsible for this
campaign literature? Odson as-
sured them he was not.
Nevertheless, the confusion was
out there. A few days later, Odson
published a front-page story in his
newspaper, telling readers that the
real Times was not responsible for
the political campaign "Times" and
that he did not appreciate confu-
sion by it or the apparent decep-
tion intended by those responsible
for it.
Newspaper publishers take seri-
ously their job of publishing accu-
rate, fair information and building
trust with their readers.
Businesses big and small invest
millions of dollars to build and pro-
mote their image and brand.
Ford's blue oval. McDonald's
golden arches. Apple's little apple.
All designed to instantly connect
with their customers.
Newspapers do the same thing
with their flag. Most South Dakota
newspapers have been conveying a
connection with their readers and
a sense of public trust via their
newspaper flag for more than a
century.
Any unauthorized use of that
newspaper's brand and trademark
undermines that connection and
trust. Apple would not like it if
someone misused its iconic logo.
South Dakota newspaper publish-
ers don't like it either when some-
one abuses the trust and connec-
tion they have worked hard to
build with their readers and com-
munity.
It's been said that imitation is
the sincerest form of flattery. And
perhaps we should be flattered
that a political campaign would
emulate one of our newspapers to
further its agenda. But the risk of
confusing our readers and poten-
tially weakening our credibility as
an independent source of informa-
tion is simply too steep a price to
pay.
by Laurie Hindman
The Wall City Council held an-
other special meeting on Friday,
November 16.
Mayor Dave Hahn called the
9:00 a.m., meeting to order with
council members Bill Leonard,
Pete Dunker, Rick Hustead, Stan
Anderson, Jerry Morgan and Mike
Anderson in attendance. City Fi-
nance Officer Carolynn Anderson
was also present.
Agenda for the meeting was ap-
proved.
Council approved a motion to
award the bid for snow removal
equipment for the airport to Jen-
ner Equipment. Their bid met the
requirement of being 60 percent
The South Dakota Department
of Revenue, Division of Motor Ve-
hicles, has awards six new site lo-
cations in South Dakota to place
motor vehicle registration self-ser-
vice terminals (SST).
The 24-hour SST is a fully auto-
mated vehicle registration renewal
station and dispenses license plate
renewal tags on the spot.
The six new site locations are:
The Rushmore Mall in Rapid City,
Kessler’s in Aberdeen, County Fair
Food Store in Mitchell and at the
Hy-Vee Food Stores in Watertown,
Brookings and Yankton.
There are four self-service ter-
minals currently operating in
South Dakota. The SSTs are avail-
able in Sioux Falls at the Get-N-Go
located on Arrowhead Parkway
and Dawley Farms and the Hy]Vee
Food Store, located on 49th and
Louise; in Rapid City at the Public
Safety Building on Kansas City
Street; and at the Department of
Revenue, Pierre Office at 445 East
Capitol Avenue.
“We are excited for the opportu-
nity to install self-service termi-
nals in other areas of South
Dakota,” said Division of Motor Ve-
hicles Director Deb Hillmer. “The
terminals already operating have
been well receive. I believe the ad-
ditional locations will experience
the same success.”
“The real convenience is that ve-
hicle owner from any county can
use the terminal with the proper
identification,” continued Hillmer.
Motor vehicle registration self
service terminal sites selected
A vehicle owner can navigate
through the easy touch screen
(voice assistance available) with a
valid South Dakota driver’s li-
cense; South Dakota identification
card; or if a company, the informa-
tion provided on its renewal notice.
Once the payment has been sub-
mitted and the transaction com-
plete, the license renewal tags and
vehicle registration are dispensed
directly from the machine.
The SST allows vehicle owners
to register up to 90 days prior and
30 days after the expiration of
their current license tags. A $2
convenience fee per vehicle is as-
sessed. Acceptable form of pay-
ment include electronic check,
credit cards (MasterCard or Dis-
cover only), or ATM/debit cards
supported by Pulse, Star, NYCE
and Accel.
The machines are expected to be
installed and operational in early
2013.
For more information on vehicle
registration renewals, contact the
South Dakota Division of Motor
Vehicles at 773-3541 or visit its
website at www.state.sd.us/drr2/m
otorvehicle or www.SDcars.org.
City Council awards bid for
snow removal equipment
during special meeting
made in the U.S. Grossenberg Im-
plement bid was lower but did not
meet the spec requirements.
Mayor Hahn will get a concur-
rence on the bid from Andy Van-
Dale.
A motion to enter into Executive
Session for the purpose of dis-
cussing personnel issues according
to SDCL 1-25-2 was approved.
Council members moved out of
excutive session and with no mo-
tions being made the meeting was
adjourned.
The next regular council meet-
ing will be held on Thursday, De-
cember 6 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in
the Wall Community Center meet-
ing room.
Submitted by
Tacia Osterberg, Reporter
Several Cedar Butte Chal-
lengers earned awards at the Pen-
nington County 4-H Recognition
Event held November 4th in Rapid
City.
Tacia Osterberg was recognized
for her Purple Ribbon in the Spe-
cial Foods Contest.
Abby Moon and Jaicee Williams
each received a trophy for having
4-H members attend Pennington
County 4-H recognition event
the Outstanding 4-H Secretary
Book.
Elle Moon was awarded a trophy
for her Visual Arts Chalk Pigment
exhibit.
Jaicee Williams was recognized
with a trophy for her Home Envi-
ronment Constructed Fabric ex-
hibit.
Earning Bronze Award Medals
were Trey Elshere, Abby Moon,
Jenna Elshere, Tacia Osterberg
and Trista Reinert.
A Gold Award Medal went to
Elle Moon.
Quinn Moon was recognized for
being a Clover Bud.
The club earned a Gold Clover
Seal and a 25 percent Participa-
tion Demonstration Award.
At the first meeting of the year,
the Cedar Butte Challengers 4-H
Club, elected officers, planned a
meeting schedule, and enrolled in
projects for the coming year.
The club voted Jaicee Williams
as President, Trista Reinert as
Vice President, Samantha
Deutscher as Secretary, Jenna
Elshere/Savanna Deutscher as
Yearbook Writers, and Tacia Os-
terberg as Public Relations Re-
porter.
Members also shared their
achievements at the Western Jun-
ior Livestock Show and Achieve-
ment Days.
Members reviewed their record
books showing all the accomplish-
ments from last year.
Historical event
that occurred
on November 22
November 22,1963: President
John F. Kennedy was assassinated
when he was shot by a sniper
while riding in a motorcade
through downtown Dallas. In film
shown around the world Jackie
Kennedy was seen cradled her
dying husband as the limousine
sped to the emergency room at
Parkland Hospital. Lee Harvey
Oswold was later arrested for the
murder but was shot shortly after
by nightclub owner Jack Ruby.
Area News
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Social Security News
By Kathy Petersen
Social Security
Public Affairs Specialist
It’s that time of year again –
when people in many parts of the
country feel a new chill in the air
each morning, and put an extra
quilt or blanket on the bed.
It’s also the time of year when
many states offer energy assis-
tance to people who have low in-
come and resources. Under the
energy assistance program, your
state may help with the cost of
heating your home during the
winter. But to get it, in most
cases, you’ll need to provide proof
of your income. If you get Social
Security or Supplemental Secu-
rity Income (SSI) benefits, you
can get proof of the amount of
your benefit quickly and easily by
going online. Just visit www.so-
cialsecurity.gov.
There are a number of reasons
you may need written verification
of your benefit amount, besides
energy assistance programs.
Whatever your reason, Social Se-
curity makes it easy for you to get
the written verification you need
at www.socialsecurity.gov. Just
look in the left column under
“Learn what you can do online,”
expand the “If you get benefits”
section, and select the “Request a
Proof of Income letter” link.
The letter can be used for any
reason that someone requires
proof of your income. In addition
to offering proof of your income,
the letter is an official document
that verifies your Medicare cover-
age, retirement or disability sta-
tus, and age. The letter does not
include your Social Security num-
ber.
From the time that you com-
plete the online request, it will
take about 10 days for you to re-
ceive the proof of income letter in
the mail. If you need one sooner,
you’ll want to call us at 1-800-772-
1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778) or
visit your local Social Security of-
fice.
But for most people, simply re-
questing the proof of income on-
line is the most convenient way to
get what you need. Get your ben-
efit verification by visiting www.
socialsecurity.gov.
Kathy Petersen is a public af-
fairs specialist for Social Security,
Denver Region. You can write her
c/o Social Security Administra-
tion, 605 Main, Suite 201, Rapid
City, SD, 57701 or via e-mail at
kathy. petersen@ssa.gov.
Get your benefit verification before the chill sets in
After spending the summer
months reporting on the devastat-
ing drought, State Climatologist
Dennis Todey was ready to provide
some good news to South
Dakotans this fall.
Unfortunately, the change in
seasons, while bringing cooler tem-
peratures, hasn’t brought the
much needed moisture South
Dakota soils need.
“As we transitioned from sum-
mer to fall, I fully expected there
to be at least a couple systems
coming through that would drop
one to two inches of widespread
rainfall. At this point, all the sys-
tems have missed most of South
Dakota except for one system
which hit the northeastern portion
of the state in late October,” Todey
said.
The storm systems Todey ref-
ered to are large low pressure
areas which occur with the change
in seasons. Differing from sum-
mer’s higher intensity thunder-
storms which tend not to produce
widespread rainfall, fall’s rain-
storms are often lighter intensity,
but provide moisture to a larger
coverage area.
Typically these fall rainstorms
average about five inches of mois-
ture in western South Dakota to
about seven inches in the eastern
portion of the state between Sep-
tember and November. This added
moisture before the soil freezes is
integral to restoring soil moisture
levels heading into spring.
“Any moisture events that hap-
pen once the ground freezes is of
limited benefit for soil moisture,”
Todey said. Unless there are some
dramatic weather changes, Todey
said drought issues will continue
into 2013. “We are at higher risk
for drought issues in 2013 because
of the lack of soil moisture. If we
get average rainfall in the spring,
it will still be difficult to rebuild
the soil moisture profile in many
places throughout South Dakota,”
he said. “We will be very depend-
ent upon rainfall throughout the
growing season next summer.”
Laura Edwards, SDSU Exten-
sion climate field specialist, agreed
with him. She said the drought ap-
pears to be getting worse rather
than better, based on the October
18 climate prediction center's long-
range outlook.
“We have been hoping for im-
proving our situation this fall, but
the state is getting drier instead of
wetter,” Edwards said. “The long-
range drought outlook depicts per-
sisting drought into the winter
season.” She added that according
to the outlooks, there is a higher
probability of above average tem-
peratures through January.
“This is combined with equal
chances of above, below or near
normal precipitation for November
through January. One exception is
the southeastern part of the state,
which currently has higher proba-
bility of being drier than average
through January,” Edwards said.
Before they can offer an opti-
mistic outlook for 2013 growing
season, Todey said a few things
need to happen. First there needs
to be an extended weather pattern
change which would allow mois-
ture to move in from the Gulf of
Mexico this fall. Then we need
snow cover this winter and some
large snow storms in early spring.
“Right now we don’t have any
strong indications one way or an-
other of the amount of spring or
summer moisture we'll receive in
2013,” he said.
Drought issues into 2013
Christmas trees adorn
capitol hallways
“Reading, she tells me, is what
she does best. She loves it because
it uses the whole of her, the right
and the left, the hemispheres of
reason and imagination. She dis-
covered as a child that a closed
book is a darkness anyone can
enter, not a scary darkness like a
basement or a storm, but a com-
forting one that wrapped her up
neatly inside a world she could
control.”- exerpt from Paper Covers
Rock by Jenny Hubbard.
This book is available for check-
Wall Community Library
out from the Wall Digital Library
for Kindles, Nooks, other compati-
ble e-book readers and computers.
Not sure how to use our download-
able e-books and audiobooks? Just
ask. Either Libbi or Wendy can
provide some assistance to get you
started!
Don’t forget our special hours for
the week of Thanksgiving:
•Wednesday - 12 to 5 pm
•Thursday – closed
•Friday – closed
Happy Thanksgiving!
Christmas trees will begin to fill
South Dakota Capitol hallways
later this month for the annual
Christmas at the Capitol holiday
display.
The 2012 theme is “Joyous
Sounds of Christmas.”
More than 90 Christmas trees
were decorated November 17-18 by
members of schools, churches,
communities, and civic groups
from across the state.
Thousands of guests visit the
South Dakota State Capitol each
year to view the decorated trees.
The display officially began with
a grand lighting ceremony on
Tuesday evening, November 20,
and continues through Wednes-
day, December 26. Display hours
for the public will be 8:00 a.m. to
10:00 p.m. CST each day.
The two-story South Dakota
tree specially featured this year in
the Capitol rotunda was donated
by Josh and Mary Arntz of Pierre.
It is a blue spruce that is about
35-feet tall. The tree was deco-
rated by Girls Scouts – Dakota
Horizons, who are celebrating
their 100th anniversary.
In addition to the trees, many
other parts of the Capitol will be
decorated for the holiday season,
including the Grand Marble Stair-
case and the Capitol grounds.
The holidays are all about tradi-
tion, and there’s no better way to
evoke the spirit of the season in
your holiday baking than by high-
lighting every crowd’s favorite fla-
vor -- vanilla. From vanilla fla-
vored snaps to biscotti, you can
give the classics a fresh, bold twist
this year.
Vanilla doesn’t have to be bor-
ing!
“For too long, vanilla has been
misunderstood as plain, taking on
only a supporting role in recipes,”
says Shauna Seer, author of the
new cookbook “Pure Vanilla: Irre-
sistible Recipes and Essential Tech-
niques.” “With the right recipe,
vanilla can really shine through --
even in traditional holiday bak-
ing.”
Seer contends that the way to do
this is to use whole vanilla beans
and full-flavored pure vanilla ex-
tract, steering clear of the imita-
tion variety. Even chocolate lovers
Yummy holiday baking ideas
will be tripping over each other for
seconds and thirds.
For some sweet holiday inspira-
tion, try whipping up light and
airy Vanilla Sugar Puffs using this
simple recipe from Seer.
Vanilla Sugar Puffs
(Makes about 30 two-inch puffs)
For the dough:
1/2 cup whole milk
1 vanilla bean, split lengthwise
1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter,
cut into small pieces
2 tablespoons granulated sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup all-purpose flour, sifted
5 large eggs, at room temperature
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
For decorating:
1 large egg
1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
Pinch salt
Swedish pearl sugar, to taste
•Position racks in the upper and
lower thirds of the oven and pre-
heat oven to 375 degrees F. Line
two baking sheets with parchment
paper.
•In a heavy-bottomed two-quart
saucepan, combine milk, 1/2 cup
water, vanilla bean, butter, sugar
and salt. Bring to a simmer over
medium heat, stirring occasionally.
Carefully remove vanilla bean and
scrape remaining seeds into liquid.
Bring to a boil. Add flour, lower
heat to medium and begin stirring
vigorously with a wooden spoon
until the dough starts to come
away from the sides of the pan and
form a loose ball. Keep stirring for
about two minutes to dry the
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•Transfer dough to the bowl of a
stand mixer fitted with the paddle
attachment. Beat in eggs, one at a
time on medium speed. Beat in
vanilla extract. Drop dough by the
tablespoonful onto prepared bak-
ing sheets, leaving about two
inches of space between dollops.
•In a small bowl, beat together
egg, vanilla extract, salt and one
teaspoon water until well blended.
Brush each puff with this egg
wash and sprinkle generously with
pearl sugar.
• Bake for 15 minutes, then ro-
tate sheets from top to bottom and
front to bake. Continue baking
until deeply golden and sound hol-
low when their crisp exteriors are
tapped, another 15 to 20 minutes.
Transfer puffs to a wire rack to
cool before serving.
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U.S. Senator John Thune (R-
S.D.), Ranking Member of the Sen-
ate Finance Committee’s Subcom-
mittee on International Trade,
Customs and Global Competitive-
ness, recently praised the biparti-
san House passage of legislation
that would establish permanent
normal trade relations (PNTR)
with Russia. The bill (H.R. 6156)
would encourage job creation at
home by taking advantage of the
new trade commitments that Rus-
sia has made as part of their re-
cent accession to the World Trade
Organization (WTO). The legisla-
tion supports the creation of Amer-
ican jobs in nearly every sector of
the U.S. economy including agri-
culture, manufacturing, and serv-
ices. Similar legislation was intro-
duced by Thune, Finance Chair-
man Senator Max Baucus (D-
Mont.), and others earlier this year
and passed the Senate Finance
Committee on July 18, 2012. The
House bill will now be sent to the
Senate for consideration.
“We must continue to open mar-
kets in order to create new busi-
ness opportunities for American
entrepreneurs,” said Thune. “Ac-
tion taken by the House not only
supports American jobs by promot-
ing our products and services
abroad, but it will also help to
strengthen the rule of law and
combat corruption and human
rights abuses in Russia. Russia is
the world’s sixth largest economy
Thune praises House Passage of
bill to establish permanent normal
trade relations with Russia
and the world’s fifth largest global
importer of agricultural products,
making it an important and grow-
ing market for U.S. businesses. I
hope the Senate will quickly take
action on this bipartisan legisla-
tion so that the president can sign
this bill into law to ensure we do
not delay job creation and major
export opportunities both in South
Dakota and across the country.”
Russia joined the WTO in Au-
gust of 2012. As part of the acces-
sion process, Russia lowered tariffs
and increased market access for
foreign businesses from countries
that have permanent normal trade
relations with it. Congress must
pass legislation establishing
PNTR with Russia for the U.S. to
enjoy the full economic benefits of
Russia’s commitments.
Unlike a free trade agreement,
the U.S. will not provide any new
market access benefits, lower any
U.S. tariffs, or make other changes
to our trade laws as a result of
Russia's WTO accession. PNTR
simply allows American busi-
nesses to take advantage of Rus-
sia's concessions. These will in-
clude: additional market access for
U.S. service providers; intellectual
property enforcement; higher quo-
tas for U.S. beef, poultry and pork
producers; decreased Russian agri-
culture subsidies; science-based
sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS)
measures; and dispute settlement
to enforce WTO rules.
Youth football finale
Both the Mighty Mite and Junior Pee Wee divisions of the Eagles
played their last game of the 2012 season at the South Dakota
School of Mines and Technology football field, Sunday, Novem-
ber 1. The “superbowl game” was a loss for the Might Mite Ea-
gles, 12-18, to the Vikings. The Junior Pee Wee Eagles also lost,
6-8, to the Rams. Shown is Might Mike Burk Blasius (#75) taking
the ball wide with the two lead blockers, Stratton Moreheart (#3)
and Gabriel Fauske (#16).
Boy Scouts and Girls Scouts
KOTA Territory will be bringing a
blue bag to your home on Satur-
day, December 1.
It’s the annual blue bag, Scout-
ing for Food Campaign. Keep that
blue bag and they’ll be back next
Saturday, December 8, between
Look for your Blue Bag
on Saturday, December 1
the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 10:00
a.m., to pick up the blue bags.
For 28 years the Scouts have
been busy the first two Saturdays
of December. It’s the largest re-
gional effort to help feed the hun-
gry of the KOTA Territory.
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Wall Middle School
student of the month
Terel Eisenbraun is the Wall Middle School student of the month
for November 2012. Terel is in the sixth grade and is a great stu-
dent. He shows respect to classmates and demonstrates re-
sponsibility in and out of class. Terel always has his homework
done and is well prepared for class. Terel participates in many
activities including basketball, football, baseball and wrestling.
Terel is the son of Timothy and Mary Eisenbraun. Kent Jordan
from First Interstate Bank presented Terel with a First Interstate
Bank sweatshirt and bag. Congratulations Terel!
~Photo Laurie Hindman
The school year is moving right
along. The holidays are fast ap-
proaching and the ELECTION is
finally over. The election provided
a mixed bag of results with out-
comes not too surprising.
It will be interesting to see what
the governor and legislature do
concerning educational reform in
the upcoming session. RL 16 was
easily defeated and one would
hope the governor and legislature
would pay attention to how voters
voted. I have already read com-
From the desk of Superintendent Dennis Rieckman
ments concerning the state trying
to give money to the teachers and
the teachers rejected the plan, so
why give more.
There are always two sides to
the story and the governor and the
legislature will be heard the loud-
est. I hope they can move along in
a non partisan manner and do
what is right for the students and
taxpayers of South Dakota.
The voters in South Dakota
voiced a huge NO to a one cent
sales tax increase. Here again the
governor and legislature need to
find a way to satisfy the need for
additional revenue in education
and Medicaid. Instead of pushing
the burden of funding schools to
the local taxpayers with higher
property taxes; the legislature
needs to come up with a sound rev-
enue source. There will be many
more school districts looking to opt
out of the set levies if something is
not done.
School Districts have made deep
cuts already and the next rounds
of cuts are going to dig a lot deeper
into programs directly affecting
students. I am hoping for a produc-
tive legislative session, but in real-
ity not expecting too much.
The senior class once again
planned and provided the local
veterans a program for Veteran’s
Day thanking them for their dedi-
cation and service to our country.
Holding the program during the
school day and having the stu-
dents participate in the program
will educate them in the impor-
tance of honoring the veterans. Too
many of these holidays are becom-
ing just another day off of work
and the true meaning of the day is
lost. I wish to extend a thank-you
to the veterans who have served
and for everyone still serving.
We completed the first nine
weeks in early November and 81
percent of our high school students
and 76 percent of our middle
school students made the honor
roll. With this high percentage of
students doing well makes one
skeptical of the level of difficulty of
the classes or are grades being in-
flated? There may be some validity
in the above statement to a certain
degree, but the students do well in
the end of the year assessments
and the results indicate they have
earned the grades. I will continue
to have faith in the students and
staff that we are doing the right
things and will continue to do.
We also have 28 high school and
17 middle school students go
through the first quarter with per-
fect attendance.
We will participate in the second
testing segment of the new Bench-
mark Assessments during the first
week of December. All students in
grades third - eighth and the 11th
grade will be testing. We are one of
the pilot schools for the assess-
ments in South Dakota.
The month of December will
bring us the start of gymnastics,
wrestling, and basketball matches
and games.
The first gymnastics meet will
be in Hot Springs on December
7th.
The wrestlers will kick off their
season on December 1st at the
Kimball Invite.
The Girls basketball team will
host Philip on December 7th and
the Boys basketball team will
travel to Philip on December 8th to
open their seasons.
The Christmas programs have
been scheduled as follows:
•Wall Elementary – December
10th at 7:00 p.m.
•Big White School – December
11th at 6:30 p.m., at Creighton
Hall.
•Middle School/High School on
December 17th at 7:00 p.m.
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Socials
Wall News
Gathered by Frances Poste
Travis, Beth and Isaiah Eisen-
braun arrived Thursday, Novem-
ber 8th, for a visit in the Stephen
Eisenbraun home. Grandma and
Grandpa had the privilege of tak-
ing care of Isaiah while his mom
and dad spent time hiking and
shopping near Spearfish and
Rapid. That Saturday evening,
they all attended a party in cele-
brating Gayle’s 65th birthday and
her sister, Sheri Heinzelman’s
60th, hosted by Todd and Nadia
Eisenbraun in their home.
Kris and Stacy Kitterman have
a new baby girl born on November
9th. She is named Kaitlyn Eliza-
beth, weighed 7 lbs. 2 oz. and was
19 1/2 inches long. Khloe is her big
sister. Grandparents are Steward
and Shirley Kitterman and Bill
and Betty Watson. Congratula-
tions to the family.
Tyler Keyser and friend, Kyle
Knepper, joined Kirby Keyser for
deer hunting. All three got four
point deer and enjoyed steaks on
Saturday night at Lendon Kjer-
stad’s. Tyler took his grandpa Dale
back to Dale’s daughter, Pam, for a
couple weeks, through Thanksgiv-
ing, at Amboy, Minn.
Several obituaries were in last
week’s Courant. We would be
amiss if we did not offer our condo-
lences. The deaths of Harry Sever-
son, Wesley Printz, Juanita Good-
sell, Kathleen Walsh McEntee and
Peggy Sigman occurred from No-
vember 3rd through November
9th. Our sympathy to all their rel-
atives and friends.
The United Methodist Men
served their Thanksgiving supper
on Wednesday evening with
turkey and ham and an abundance
of food. Heard 145 were in atten-
dance. People enjoyed visiting.
The drama group from the Wall
School has already started practice
on their one-act play for competi-
tion against other schools. Wall
has most always been at the top
level, may it be the same with
their production of “Orphan
Trains”. Their plan is to put it on
for the public on January 13th.
Will keep you posted.
Senior Citizen potluck was on
Thursday evening, the 15th. Count
was only in the 20’s but we had a
lot of food and not a turkey dish
among them! Penny Bingo was
played with Carol Hahn calling
the numbers.
The Community Bake Sale as a
fundraiser for Dave Custis really
went well! The community is to be
commended for their generosity
and their participation. When the
Custises were called on Monday to
be told the money was been de-
posited in their account, Dave even
talked. He said he is feeling better
and to tell everyone “Hi”.
Good news! Roy Hamann has
spent the last three weeks in the
hospital in Rapid City. If things
keep going well, he may be home
in time for Thanksgiving.
Amanda Poste stopped in Wall
briefly on Monday evening en
route to her home in Rapid City.
She doesn’t have classes on Tues-
day so her Thanksgiving vacation
started early from SDSU, Brook-
ings.
A reminder: December 2nd, 4:30
p.m., Wall Community Center,
Haakon County Crooners Concert.
Mark it on your calendar. Hope
weather cooperates so we can lis-
ten to this great singing group.
Winter solstice falls on Decem-
ber 21st so we have another month
of days getting shorter — about 34
minutes. It is easy to hate this
time of year when daylight comes
later and it gets dark earlier at
evening. Know I do!
Have a good Thanksgiving!
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The Willey’s week was a blur of
activity with guests coming from
Salt Lake City to spend four days
with us. Brother-in-law, Leonard
Klopfenstein, brought Brazilian
friend Paulo to visit Don Willey in
Rapid City and as we had the
sleeping space we benefited from
their visit as well. Brother-in-law
Klop, brother Don Willey and
Paulo Verjas have been internet
“aviation” buddies for about ten
years, so a face to face meeting
needed to be set up and was! Sight-
seeing trips to the Black Hills was
part of the agenda and I insisted
on equal time to see prairie and
Badlands. We chose a drive to Elm
Springs on Thursday with Paulo
taking many photos of animal and
livestock. A stop at the “river
bridge” over the Cheyenne, more
photos and exclamations of the
beauty and ruggedness of our little
corner of Western South Dakota
and then on to the Badlands!
I am always awed by the vast-
ness and uniqueness of the Bad-
lands and our Brazilian friend was
as well. His camera kept on click-
ing and he was well pleased at the
end of the day to stop for a coffee
at Wall Drug. Free coffee for all
Brazilians? I didn’t ask! But
should have!
Paulo is full of life and joy and
left with us the gift of this experi-
ence, a treasure of memories.
Saturday, Lloyd and I enjoyed
an evening with the “Counts of the
Cobblestones” car club as they cel-
ebrated 55 years of club existence.
It was a great time. What is that
old saying? “The difference be-
tween men and boys is their toys”?
Whatever! There were big and
beautiful toys parked around that
showed serious restoration.
An incredible Sunday morning.
An irresistible urge to open a win-
dow and allow the fresh breeze to
blow through and take the morn-
ing’s pancake and ham breakfast
aroma away just felt so good. And
I could even hear the church bell!
It doesn’t seem even now that
Thanksgiving is just a few days
away. Lloyd and I will be with fam-
ily in Utah and as a bonus, grand-
daughter Caitlin Irigoyen will be
coming up from Southern Utah,
where she attends college.
Following Thanksgiving very
closely is, of course, December.
December first this year is on a
Saturday. And this first of Decem-
ber, Saturday, is very special. Our
communities are privileged to
gather again to help someone who
has need. Pastor Harold Delbridge
and wife Karen have huge medical
bills incurred through Karen’s long
term hospital stay.
We here in our little corner of
the world are so blessed to still be
doing this face to face giving.
I have been giver and receiver of
fundraising benefits. It is a circle
of blessings, isn’t it?
The cost is small to attend and
the return is “ginormus” (a word
borrowed from grandkids).
Be there at four
To meet friends galore
Handmade treasures to buy
Excellent food to try
A cowboy speaking in rhyme
A cowgirl (maybe) dancing in time
Okay, so I’m not a poet! This can
be a wonderful day for all! See you
there.
An early Monday morning coral
colored sky - another invitation to
open wide a window or two. South
Dakota skies are never dull.
Well, in reviewing, it is very ap-
parent this is “All about me”. How
about you call me and we will
make it “all about you” — and
yours. Okay?
Sharing a Thanksgiving mem-
ory.
Faye Bryan in usual attire, cow-
girl hat, pink boots, jeans tucked
in boots, a red t-shirt and much
loved apron driving around Wasta
delivering pumpkin pies.
Happy Trails! (Wherever they
take you)!
Wasta Wanderings
Wall School
Upcoming
Events
Thur., Nov. 22
- Fri., Nov. 30, 2012
Thursday, November 22:
No School: Happy Thanksgiv-
ing.
Friday, November 23:
Saturday, November 24:
“Music for a Matter” Benefit
Concert by Ryder Wilson.
Monday, November 26: JH
GBB w/Philip, 6:00 p.m.; BBB
practice starts.
Tuesday, November 27:
Recorder Karate from 3:30-
4:00 p.m.
Wednesday, November 28:
Thursday, November 29:
Tentative portrait retake day.
Friday, November 30: JH
GBB w/New Underwood, 4:00
p.m.
Elm Springs
Fire Department
Annual Pancake Feed
Sunday, December 2nd
4:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Elm Springs Fire Hall
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November 24th • 7:00 p.m.
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Silent Auction to be held
Brucklacher four generation
Saturday, November 10, 2012, the Brucklacher family met in Philip at Pastor Al
and Lenore’s home. The whole entire family was there. This was the first time in
forty years that the whole family has been together. Four generations with all Al
and Lenore’s children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren were there. Forty-
four people gathered and we did a huge family picture in Al’s music room in his
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Breakfast and
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November 22 to
November 28, 2012
Thursday: No School
Happy
Thanksgiving
Friday: No School.
Monday: Breakfast: Pan-
cake, Sausage, Milk or Juice.
Lunch: Tator Tot Hot Dish,
Whole Grain Roll, Green
Beans, Mandarin Oranges,
Milk.
Tuesday: Breakfast: Hot
Cereal, Toast, Milk or Juice.
Lunch: Chicken Gravy over
Biscuits, Peas, Fruit, Milk.
Wednesday: Breakfast:
French Toast, Egg Patty, Milk
or Juice.
Lunch: Homemade Grilled
Hot Ham & Cheese, Baked
Beans, Apple Slices, Milk.
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Interior Community Church
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Scenic Community Church
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New Underwood
Pastor James Harbert
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Wasta
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New Underwood Community Church
Pastor Wes Wileman
Sunday School 9 a.m.;
Adult & Children Service 10 a.m.;
Youth Fellowship: Wed. 7 - 8:30 p.m.
St. John's Catholic Church
New Underwood
Father William Zandri
Mass: Sundays at 11:00 a.m.;
Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. at
Good Samaritan Nursing Home;
Reconciliation before Sun. Mass
First Evangelical Lutheran Church
Wall
Pastor Curtis Garland
Sunday Service, 9 a.m.
Emmanuel Lutheran Church
Creighton
Services 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning.
St. Patrick's Catholic Church • Wall
Rev. Leo Hausmann
Masses: Saturday 5 p.m., Sunday 8 a.m.
Weekdays refer to Bulletin
St. Margaret Church • Lakeside
Mass: Saturday 7 p.m. even number months or
Sunday 10 a.m. odd number months
Holy Rosary Church • Interior
Mass: Saturday 7 p.m. odd number months or
Sunday 10 a.m. even number months
By Pastor Cornelius R. Stam
Never let the devil deceive you into supposing that God
planned sin as “a gracious means to a glorious end,” for
then salvation from sin would be simple justice, not grace.
No, you cannot legitimately charge God with your sin. It
is to the guilty, the undeserving, far and wide, that God
offers “the forgiveness of sins according to the riches of
His grace” (Eph. 1:7).
There are two significant phrases in Eph. 2 which shed
clear light upon the character, the nature, of grace. They
are found in Verses 2 and 3, which speak of the unsaved
as “children [Gr., huiois, full-grown sons] of disobedience”
and “children [Gr., tekna, born ones] of wrath.”
Meditate for a moment on these phrases: “Children of
disobedience” and “children of wrath.”It is against this
dark, black background of deserved wrath, that we read
further:
“BUT GOD, who is RICH IN MERCY, for His
GREAT LOVE wherewith He loved us,
“Even when we were dead in sins, hath quick-
ened us [given us life] together with Christ (BY
GRACE ARE YE SAVED),
“And hath raised us up together and made us
sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus:
“That in the ages to come He might show THE
EXCEEDING RICHES OF HIS GRACE IN HIS
KINDNESS TOWARD US THROUGH CHRIST
JESUS” (Eph. 2:4-7).
Somehow it takes a load off one’s heart and mind to
come to the end of his rope, as it were, and admit that he
is a sinner, deserving God’s wrath. How sweet to the ears
of such is the wonderful message of redemption by grace,
through the finished work of Christ at Calvary. We were
all the “children [full-grown sons] of disobedience”: and
therefore “by nature the children [born ones] of wrath”:
“But God!” When hope seemed gone, He intervened and
now offers salvation to all by grace, through faith.
“Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou
shalt be saved” (Acts 16:31).
WHAT GRACE IS
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Bart Clennon__________________________________
Always known as a “Cowboy's
Cowboy,” Bart Clennon, age 101,
died November 4, 2012, at his
home in Tucson, Ariz., two hours
and 40 minutes before his 102nd
birthday.
Clennon was the last living
member of the original Cowboys’
Turtle Association – the forerunner
of today's PRCA – one of the 61
men who stepped up and signed
the petition that demanded fair
treatment from the sport's promot-
ers on October 30, 1936.
"We called ourselves Turtles,"
Clennon said in a 2010 interview
with the ProRodeo Sports News,
"because we were so damn slow in
getting it started before we finally
stuck our necks out."
Clennon was a saddle bronc
rider from South Dakota who rode
in his first competition at Post's
Trading Post in Ash Creek, S.D., in
1928, and was hooked from the
start. He went to work for a Wild
West show in Wisconsin and
slipped off to compete in rodeos as
often as possible. He rode as many
broncs as they would give him,
sometimes as many as 30 to 40 a
week.
When he quit the Wild West
show in 1936 and began competing
full time, he rode with a loose and
careless posture and the audiences
loved his nonchalance.
All that practice had taught him
to anticipate a bronc's actions and
he won or placed often.
He never kept a record of his
wins, but when asked about his ca-
reer he was quick to point out that
he made a living at it for 20-plus
years.
The late Casey Tibbs, a six-time
world champion saddle bronc rider
and one of Clennon's long-time
friends said, "Bart was one of the
best bronc riders I've ever seen. I
don't understand why he was
never a world champion."
Perhaps Clennon's greatest sad-
dle bronc riding victory came in
1945 at Madison Square Garden,
when they had 50 performances
and 13 go-rounds in what was then
considered the year-end champi-
onship.
Clennon married Geraldine
“Gerry” Parker in 1941 and they
had two boys, Bart Jr., and Terry.
His wife died in 1982.
Wanda Heeb___________________________________
Wanda Heeb, age 94, of Philip,
S.D., died Saturday, November 17,
2012, at the Philip Nursing Home.
Wanda Bernice Bowen was born
October 8, 1918, in Elrod, the
daughter of Charles H. and Minnie
(Thompson) Bowen. At the age of
10, she moved with her family to
western South Dakota. She was
educated in rural schools in Pen-
nington and Haakon counties.
Wanda was united in marriage
to Floyd “Jim” Heeb on December
30, 1935, in Kadoka. They lived in
the Ottumwa area until moving
into Philip, where she has since
resided.
Survivors include a daughter,
Barbara Kroetch of Philip; a son,
Dean Heeb and his wife, Cheri, of
Midland; six grandchildren, Brad
Kroetch (Donna) of Bossier City,
La., Renea Koupal (Greg) of Rapid
City, Matt Heeb of Mandan, N.D.,
Dawn Schwinler (John) of Brook-
ings, Rose Heeb of Brookings, and
Cecil Heeb in the U.S. Marine
Corps; four great-grandchildren,
Chris and Ryan Kroetch and Riley
and Anora Schwinler; a great-
great-granddaughter, Norah; and
a host of other relatives and
friends.
Wanda was preceded in death by
her husband, Jim; her parents;
two brothers, Dale and Marvin
Bowen; a sister, Irene Triolo; and a
son-in-law, Fritz Kroetch.
Mass of Christian burial was
celebrated Wednesday, November
21, at the Sacred Heart Catholic
Church in Philip, with Father
Kevin Achbach as celebrant.
Music was provided by Mari-
anne Frein, pianist, and Rose
Heeb, vocalist. Lector was Lloyd
Frein. Eucharistic ministers were
Chuck Kroetch, Kay Ainslie and
Joann Pearson.
Ushers were Bill Stahl and Jeff
Nelson. Altar servers were John
and Brett Daly. Pallbearers were
Brennan and Mickey Daly, Mark
Foland, Bruce Kroetch, Tom
Konst, Alvin Pearson and Steve
Van Tassel.
Interment was at the Masonic
Cemetery in Philip.
A memorial has been estab-
lished to the EMS of Midland and
Philip.
Arrangements were with the
Rush Funeral Home of Philip.
Her online guestbook is avail-
able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Roy Roseth___________________________________
Roy Roseth, age 96, of Midland,
S.D., died Sunday, November 18,
2012, at the Hans P. Peterson Me-
morial Hospital in Philip.
Leroy “Roy” M. Roseth was born
August 11, 1916, in Moenville, the
third child of Julius and Mary
(Olson) Roseth. He grew up in that
area where he attended rural
school. Upon completion of his
schooling, he began his life on the
family ranch.
Roy enlisted in the U.S. Navy
shortly after the Japanese attack
on Pearl Harbor. He served four
years in the Pacific Theater on the
destroyer USS Dale. Roy returned
home on furlough to marry his
childhood sweetheart, Clara Fos-
heim, on September 18, 1944.
After completing his service, Roy
and Clara made their home on the
ranch in Moenville for the next 62
years. In September 2006, they
moved into the Silverleaf Assisted
Living Center in Philip.
Roy’s wife, Clara, preceded him
in death on January 10, 2007. Roy
continued to reside in Philip.
Roy was a lifetime member of
the Deep Creek Lutheran Church,
the Elks, and the American Legion
Post #143 of Midland. He also
served as a Haakon County com-
missioner for 12 years, held vari-
ous positions on the Deep Creek
Lutheran Church Board of Direc-
tors, and a member of the South
Dakota Stockgrowers Association.
Roy dedicated his life to the
ranch, and was very proud of the
trees that he had planted and nur-
tured there. He lived a full life,
still riding horses at the age of 83.
Survivors include two daugh-
ters, Carmen Alleman and her
husband, Clark, of Hayes, and So-
phie Foley and her husband, Pat,
of Midland; two sons, Duane
Roseth and his wife, Lola, of Mid-
land, and Julian Roseth and his
wife, Coreen, of Midland; 11 grand-
children, Kayce (John) Gerlach,
Thor (Jackie) Roseth, Rhett
Roseth, Kristin (Vance) Martin,
Adam (Jodi) Roseth, Nicholas
Roseth, Clint (Laura) Alleman,
Kelly (Anthony) Nelson, Renee
Schofield, and Todd (Barb) Larson,
and Jim Larson; 14 great-grand-
children; a sister, Marie Anderson
of Midland; a sister-in-law, Ida
Hunt of Midland; and a host of
other relatives and friends.
In addition to his wife, Clara J.
Roseth, Roy was preceded in death
by his parents; two brothers, Paul
(Charlotte) Roseth and Clarence
(Marjorie) Roseth; and a son-in-
law, Charlie Larson.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, November 21, at the
Deep Creek Lutheran Church
north of Midland, with Pastor
Frezil Westerlund officiating.
Music was provided by Frank
and Shirley Halligan. Ushers were
Billy Markwed and Dick Hudson.
Pallbearers were Thor, Rhett,
Adam and Nicholas Roseth, Clint
Alleman, and Todd and Jim Lar-
son. Honorary pallbearers were
Kayce Gerlach, Kristin Martin,
Kelly Nelson and Renee Schofield.
Interment was at the Deep
Creek Cemetery.
A memorial has been estab-
lished.
Arrangements were with the
Rush Funeral Home of Philip.
His online guestbook is available
at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Marlene L. Rembold_____________________________
Marlene Lois Rembold was born
on Friday, April 15, 1949 at Scot-
land, S.D. to Richard and Lois
(Newlon) Rembold. She graduated
from Scotland High School in
1967.
Following high school, she at-
tended Concordia College in St.
Paul, Minn. She worked for the
Veteran’s Administration in St.
Paul, Honolulu, Reno, and Sioux
Falls. She later returned to Scot-
land to help her aging parents, but
continued to work for the VA by
working online and traveling to
Sioux Falls.
Marlene was a member of St.
Paul Lutheran Church and the
Scotland Historical Society. She
loved her birds and dogs. She en-
joyed crafts, furniture refinishing,
needlework and always decorated
her house for the holidays.
Due to poor health, she entered
the Yankton Care Center, later re-
turning home for a short time. She
was a resident at the Good Samar-
itan Society of Scotland, Autumn
Winds in Yankton, and the
Wakonda Heritage Manor.
Marlene went to be with her
Lord on Saturday, November 17,
2012 at the Lewis and Clark Spe-
cialty Hospital in Yankton, at the
age of 63 years, seven months, and
two days.
Marlene is survived by four sis-
ters and one brother: Wanda Dole-
jsi of Yankton, Roger (Rosa) Rem-
bold of Kaneohe, Hawaii, Joyce
Brunken of Yankton, Lillian
(Elden) Helms of Creighton, Joan
Rembold and Mark Araiza of Hon-
olulu, Hawaii; many nieces and
nephews; and numerous great-
nieces and great-nephews.
She was a godmother to Melissa
(Dolejsi) Plath, Eli Helms and
Michelle (Rembold) Bly.
She was preceded in death by
her parents, Richard and Lois
Rembold, sister Barbara Rembold
in infancy, brother-in-law Larry
Dolejsi, and niece Carrie Russaw.
A memorial service for Marlene
Rembold of Scotland, was held
Wednesday, November 21, 2012, at
St. Paul Lutheran Church in Scot-
land with Rev. David W. Ellis offi-
ciating. Inurnment followed in
Rosehill Cemetery, Scotland.
Online condolences may be sent
at www.goglinfh.com.
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Perfect Attendance - First
Quarter - 2012-2013
Big White
•Kindergarten: Lucy Moon.
•First Grade: Piper Cordes and
Quinn Moon.
•Second Grade: Kipp Cordes
and Liam Gibson.
•Third Grade: Cayne Krog-
man.
•Sixth Grade: Jayton McKay.
Big White School attendance
First Quarter: 99.11%
Wall Elementary School
•Kindergarten: Brody Bryan,
Taylee Dartt, Faith Frink,
MaKenna Kroells, Louis Rancour
and William Volmer.
•First Grade: Cassidy Albrink,
Natalee Armenta, Burk Blasius,
Bridger Casjens, Nora Dinger,
Perfect attendance and honor roll students
Emma Eisenbraun, Owen Fauske,
Rebecca Griebel, Dawson Hess,
Paige Kjerstad, Jada Kusser,
Kadence Kusser, Thane Simons,
Alexis Stephan and Brodi Sundall.
•Second Grade: Cedar
Amiotte, Blair Blasius, Sheridan
Deering, Searra-Sioux Deutscher,
Noah Eisenbraun, Gabriel Fauske,
April Schulz, Deyton Skillingstad,
Skylie Wagner and Stran
Williams.
•Third Grade: Conner Craw-
ford, Ava Dinger, Carter Fortune,
Malcom Heathershaw, Sierra
Hilgenkamp, Breanna McConnell,
Samantha Rancour, Regan Simons
•Fourth Grade: Bridger
Amiotte, Laeton Anderson,
Cameron Ausmann, Brycen Ch-
eney, Reid Hansen, Charlie Rose
Heathershaw, Katy Humphrey,
Aaden Kroells and Samuel Swan-
son.
•Fifth grade: Cale Baus, Aidan
Brunnemann, Enoch Cuny,
Samantha Deutscher, Alexa
Dunker and Dylan Huether.
Elementary Attendance - First
Quarter: 97.79%
Principal Honor Roll (GPA
3.74-4.0 No C, D, or F) - First
Quarter - 2012-2013
Big White
•Fourth Grade: Cedar Gabriel
•Fifth Grade: Abby Moon
•Sixth Grade: Jayton McKay
Wall Elementary School
•Fourth Grade: Cameron Aus-
mann, Brycen Cheney and Lilly
Wagner.
•Fifth Grade: Aidan Brunne-
man, Alexa Dunker and Gavin
Sandal.
Honor Roll (3.0-3.74 No D or
F) - First Quarter - 2012-2013
Big White
•Sixth Grade: Sage Gabriel.
Wall Elementary School
•Fourth Grade: Bridger
Amiotte, Laeton Anderson, Jenna
Elshere, Reid Hansen, Charlie
Rose Heathershaw, Katy
Humphrey, Aaden Kroells, Levi
Love Joy and Samuel Swanson.
•Fifth Grade: Cale Baus, John
Deering, Samantha Deutscher,
Kole Gallino, Ash Grenstiner,
Luke Harris, Zachary Hout, Dylan
Huether, Andrew Law, Tacia Os-
terberg, Kassidy Sawvell, Korra
Westby and Rheagan Zebroski.
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•Sixth Grade: Jacob Bielmaier,
Jack Ermish, Cooper McLaughlin
and Shelby Ruland.
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Mason Sandal, Kyla Sawvell, Bri-
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and Jesse Sawvell.
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•Ninth Grade: Monica Biel-
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Reed Hertel, Michael Mordecai,
Gabe Sandal, Rylee Schreiber and
Alex Tysdal.
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Tayah Huether, Emily Linn and
Danny Muzik.
•11th Grade: Lane Blasius,
Ashley Dauksavage, Shelby Feld-
man, Kelly Green, Ben Linn,
Clancy Lytle, Ridge Sandal,
Michaela Schaefer, Kaitlin
Schreiber and CJ Schulz.
•12th Grade: Tyrel Clark,
Nathan Patterson, Libbi Sykora
and Thomas Van Osdol.
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Wall Middle School
•Sixth Grade: Jacob Bielmaier,
Terel Eisenbraun, Derek Griebel,
Mercede Hess, Cooper McConaghy,
Meghan Patterson, Shelby Ruland
and Jaicee Williams.
•Seventh Grade: Madisen
Grenstiner and Emilee Pauley.
•Eighth Grade: Katy Biel-
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Dunker, Emily Ferris, Elle Moon
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Wall High School
•Ninth Grade: Caitlin Aus-
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and David Sykora.
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Cut your own fresh Christmas
tree this year from the Black Hills
National Forest.
Christmas tree permits will be
available at most Black Hills Na-
tional Forest Service offices in
western South Dakota and north-
east Wyoming. White spruce, pon-
derosa pine and western juniper
are available.
Each permit is accompanied by
a handout with guidance about ap-
propriate tree removal. Trees may
not be cut in developed recreation
sites, Forest Service administra-
tive sites, active timber sales, the
Black Hills Experimental Forest
near Rochford, the Black Elk
Wilderness, the Beaver Park area
near Sturgis, or within Spearfish
Canyon.
Individual permits cost $10, up
to a maximum of five permits per
individual, and the maximum al-
lowable height of cut trees is 20
feet. Permits require that you cut
the entire tree, leaving no more
than six inches of stump, and that
you cut unused branches so they
lay flat on the ground. The adhe-
sive permit tag must be attached
before a tree is removed from the
woods; a citation can be issued for
possession of a cut-but-untagged
tree, even if a tag is available in
person or in your vehicle.
Trees should be placed in water
as soon as possible to help keep
needles fresh. Once indoors, trees
should be placed away from stoves,
heaters, or heating ducts. After
Christmas, used trees should be
disposed of properly as yard waste.
Do not dump used trees on na-
tional forest land.
There are no refunds for uncut
trees or unused permits, and all
permits expire December 31st.
Please note that Forest Service
offices do not accept credit cards,
and that all Forest Service offices
will be closed on Thanksgiving
Day. Friday, December 21st is the
last day permits will be sold at
Forest Service offices.
Permits are available at the fol-
lowing locations:
•Black Hills National Forest,
Forest Supervisor’s Office, 1019
North 5th Street, Custer, S.D.,
57730. Phone: 605-673-9200. Per-
mits available. Office Hours: Mon-
day – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
•Hell Canyon District, 1225
Washington Boulevard, Newcastle,
Wyo., Phone 307-746-2782. Per-
mits available November 15 thru
December 21. Office Hours: Mon-
day – Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
•Mystic Ranger District,
8221 South Highway 16, Rapid
City, S.D. Phone: 605-343-1567.
Permits available November 15
National Forest Christmas
tree permits available
thru December 21. Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30
p.m. Open the following Satur-
days: November 24, December 1,
December 8, and December 15,
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
•Northern Hills Ranger Dis-
trict, 2014 North Main Street,
Spearfish, S.D. Phone: 605-642-
4622. Permits available November
15 thru December 21. Office
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to
4:30 p.m.
•Bearlodge Ranger District,
Highway 14 East, Sundance, Wyo.
Phone: 307-283-1361. Permits
available November 15 thru De-
cember 21. Office Hours: Monday
– Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
•Nebraska National Forest,
Fall River Ranger District, 1801
Highway 18 Truck Bypass, Hot
Springs, S.D. Phone: 605-745-
4107. Permits available November
15 thru December 21. Office
Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m.
Christmas tree permits will also
be available from the following pri-
vate vendors:
•Minitman Too (formerly
Buckstop), 611 East Jackson
Boulevard, Spearfish, S.D. Phone:
605-642-4945. Hours: Monday –
Sunday, 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Ac-
cepts check or cash only. Permits
available November 15 thru De-
cember 21.
•Cenex Convenience Store,
2030 Lazelle Street, Sturgis, S.D.
Phone: 605-347-3305. Hours: Mon-
day – Saturday, 6:00 a.m. to 8:00
p.m. Sunday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Permits available November 15
thru December 21.
•Deadwood History & Infor-
mation Center, 3 Siever Street,
Deadwood, S.D. Phone: 605-578-
2507. Hours: Monday – Sunday,
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Permits
available November 15 thru De-
cember 21.
•Hill City Chamber of Com-
merce, 23935 Hwy. 16/385, Hill
City, S.D., 57745-0253. Phone:
800-888-1798 or 605-574-2368.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00
a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00
a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Closed on Sun-
days.
•Rapid Stop Conoco, 20059
West Highway 14, exit 185, Junc-
tion of Highway 14 and I-90, Sun-
dance, Wyo. Phone: 307-283-2240.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 5:15 a.m.
– 8:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday,
6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Permits
available November 15 thru De-
cember 21.
•Hardware Hank, 770 Moun-
tain View Road, Rapid City, S.D.,
57702. Phone: 605-343-5150.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m.
– 9:00 p.m. Saturday, 8:00 a.m. –
6:00 p.m. Sunday, 10:00 a.m. –
5:00 p.m. Permits available No-
vember 15 thru December 21.
•Prairie Berry Winery, 23837
Highway 385, Hill City, S.D.,
57745. Phone: 605-574-3898.
Hours: Monday – Saturday, 10:00
a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Sunday, 11:00
a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Permits available
November 15 thru December 21.
•Johnson Siding General
Store, 12300 West Highway 44,
Rapid City, S.D., 57702. Phone:
605-348-2280. Hours: Sunday –
Thursday, 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Friday and Saturday: 7:00 a.m. –
9:00 p.m. Permits available No-
vember 15 thru December 21.
Black Hills Financial Services located at Black Hills Federal
Credit Union is pleased to announce that Lane Hustead has
been selected as November’s Student of the Month. Lane is a
senior at Wall High School who keeps busy being involved in
football, track, basketball and golf. Lane is a role model to other
students, he is President of the National Honor Society and Vice
President of the Student Council. In his spare time he likes to
go to the gym and play basketball. In the summer he enjoys
working at Wall Drug. After Lane graduates, he plans on attend-
ing college at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, Calif., to
major in engineering or business. Lane is the son of Ted and
Karen Hustead, Wall, SD. Congratulations Lane from Black Hills
Financial Services! ~Courtesy Photo
Black Hills Financial Services
student of the month
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FIRE MITIGATION SPECIAL-
IST: Meade County,SD (Stur-
gis) Responsible for the mark-
ing, thinning, and removal of
trees from private land owner’s
property. This is a jobs training
employment effort for Veteran
qualified individuals. Closes
November 30, 2012. See: www.
meadecounty.org for applica-
tion instructions and complete
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COOK WANTED: Good Samar-
itan Society, New Underwood,
Part-time for 4-8:30 p.m. shift.
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LAUNDRY PERSON NEEDED
at Days Inn, Wall. Possibly per-
manent year-round position,
starting immediately. Contact
Theresa, 279-2000. PW46-tfn
MISC. FOR SALE
FOR SALE: White porcelain
daybed, complete; and a china
hutch. Call Diane Walker, 859-
2901, Philip. P49-2tc
FOR SALE: Several nice used
refrigerators with warranties.
Del’s, I-90 Exit 63, Box Elder.
390-9810. WP9-4tp
FOR SALE: Rope horse halters
with 10’ lead rope, $15 each.
Call 685-3317 or 837-2917.
K44-tfn
PETS/SUPPLIES
FOR SALE: 1-year-old female
7/8 Mountain Cur, 1/8
Airedale cross dog. Bred for a
coyote hunting and/or trap
line dog. Very friendly. Blonde
color and wire-haired, about
50 lbs. Reason for selling: have
too many dogs. $50. Call 462-
6390, evenings after 7 p.m.
PR12-2tc
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE: Multiple houses at
multiple prices. Call Jim
Coats, 685-3990 if interested,
Wall. WP12-2tc
HOUSE FOR SALE: 300 High
St. in Philip, 2 bedrooms, full
basement, great view off back
deck. Call 859-2783 or 859-
3249 or 567-3515 to view.
P49-tfn
HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, attached 2-car
garage, large lot. Call 859-
2403, Philip. PR10-tfn
FOR SALE: 1995 Pontiac Fire-
bird, excellent condition, low
miles, excellent gas mileage.
Asking $2,900. Call 515-1460.
PR13-2tp
FOR SALE: 1998 Ford Expedi-
tion XLT 4x4, cloth seats,
power windows, locks & seats,
good tires. Call 685-8155.
PR10-tfn
BUSINESS & SERVICES
O’CONNELL CONSTRUC-
TION, INC., PHILIP: Rock,
Sand, Gravel (screened or
crushed). We can deliver.
Dams, dugouts, building sites.
Our 37th year. Glenn or Trace,
859-2020. PR11-tfn
ROUGH COUNTRY SPRAY-
ING: Specializing in controlling
Canada thistle on rangeland.
ATV application. ALSO: prairie
dogs. Call Bill at 669-2298.
PR41-23tp
HILDEBRAND STEEL & CON-
CRETE: ALL types of concrete
work. Rich, Colleen and Haven
Hildebrand. Toll-free: 1-877-
867-4185; Office: 837-2621;
Rich, cell: 431-2226; Haven,
cell: 490-2926; Jerry, cell: 488-
0291. K36-tfn
TETON RIVER TRENCHING:
For all your rural water hook-
ups, waterline and tank instal-
lation and any kind of backhoe
work, call Jon Jones, 843-
2888, Midland. PR20-52tp
WEST RIVER EXCAVATION
will do all types of trenching,
ditching and directional boring
work. See Craig, Diana, Saun-
tee or Heidi Coller, Kadoka,
SD, or call 837-2690. Craig
cell: 390-8087, Sauntee cell:
390-8604; wrex@gwtc.net
K50-tfn
FARM & RANCH
FOR SALE: 2012 grass hay,
some alfalfa, big rounds, semi-
load lots, delivered pricing, no
mold. Call Rob, 390-5535, or
Charles, 390-5506. P50-5tp
FOR SALE: 320 acres of crop-
land, 14 miles north of Mid-
land. NE1/4 Sec. 3, NW1/4
Sec. 2, 3N24E. Call 222-6261.
PR12-4tp
TRAILER TIRES FOR SALE:
Get ready for fall hauling! 12-
ply, 235/85/16R. $160,
mounted. Les’ Body Shop, 859-
2744, Philip. P40-tfn
HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED: Full and part-
time positions available. Will
train. Stop in to apply at Philip
Custom Meats, 501 E. Pine St.,
Philip. PR12-2tc
AUTOMOTIVE
FOR SALE: 1979 Chevrolet Sil-
verado 30, dually with Duralist
DSS 30, 25’ bucket lift. $1,800.
441-9669, Wall. WP11-tfn
FOR SALE: 2006 Ford F-150
Extended Cab 4x4, 92,000
miles, silver. Call 685-3068.
P50-1tc
HOUSE FOR SALE: 307 Myr-
tle Ave Philip. 3 bedroom 1.5
bath, central air, fuel oil heat
and wood stove. Open concept,
stainless steel fridge and stove.
washer and dryer included.
Hardwood laminate floors, sep-
arate dining room. Mostly fin-
ished basement. Ceiling fans
throughout. New windows and
roof. Fenced in, large backyard
with cover patio and storage
shed. Can email photos. Call
859-2470 or (785) 259-4207.
P48-8tc
RENTALS
4-BEDROOM HOUSE FOR
RENT IN WALL: Call Stan,
381-2861 or 279-2861.
WP5-tfn
APARTMENTS: Spacious one
bedroom units, all utilities in-
cluded. Young or old. Need
rental assistance or not, we
can house you. Just call 1-
800-481-6904 or stop in the
lobby and pick up an applica-
tion. Gateway Apartments,
Kadoka. WP32-tfn
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EMPLOYMENT
CONSTRUCTION: SIOUX FALLS
TOWER provides year-round
work constructing, and main-
taining towers. No fear of
heights, extensive travel, drug
free and valid Driverís license
required. CDL preferred Scott
605-331-6972 www.siouxfall-
stower.com.
OUTPATIENT COUNSELOR:
Spearfish, SD. Contingency-
based pay, excellent opportunity
for motivated professional. Mas-
terís prepared, SD licensed
w/QMHP, MSW, CCDC pre-
ferred. Details/Application: BM-
SCares.ORG.
MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN:
Rapid City, SD. Fulltime pay,
benefits, working 8-
days/month. Masterís in
human services field, SD li-
censed w/QMHP certification.
Details/ Application: BM-
SCares.ORG.
Custodial Maintenance Worker -
City of Custer, seeking an indi-
vidual to perform custodial du-
ties and building & ground
maintenance. Info atwww.
custer.govoffice.com or 605-
673-4824. EOE.
Help Wanted/Drivers: OWNER
OPERATORS NEEDED Refriger-
ated Division, join our experi-
enced team of seasoned profes-
sionals. Terminals in KS, SD,
TN, NM. 2 years OTR experi-
ence. Call 800-796-8200 x103.
SKILLED MEAT CUTTER POSI-
TION available at West Side
Meats, Mobridge, SD. Competi-
tive wages, good benefits, afford-
able housing available. For ap-
plication or more information
call 605-845-2271 or email
grandriverbison@yahoo.com.
PERKINS COUNTY HIGHWAY
DEPT. has opening for Mechanic
and Equipment operators. Good
Benefits. Applications are avail-
able at Courthouse in Bison, SD
or call 605-244-5629.
STANLEY COUNTY SCHOOL
DISTRICT is seeking Superin-
tendent of Schools. Applicants
must be licensed or eligible for
licensures as a Superintendent
of Schools in South Dakota.
Send application (http://www.
stanleycounty.k12.sd.us/em-
ployment.htm), cover letter, and
resume with three references:
Mrs. Jessi Fromm, Business
Manager, Stanley County School
District 57-1, PO Box 370, Fort
Pierre, SD 57532, jessi.fromm@
k12.sd.us. Position closes
1/31/2013. EOE.
FOR SALE
NOW IS THE chance to buy a
well established & successful
business in the State Capitol of
S.D. The Longbranch is for
SALE (serious inquires only).
Call Russell Spaid 605-280-
1067
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.goldenea-
gleloghomes.com.
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Spacious 1 bedroom
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(62 years or older)
and/or disabled/handicapped adults
(18 years or older)
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CALL 1-800-481-6904
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GATEWAY
APARTMENTS
301 1st AVE. SW
KADOKA, SD
“We have sold the house and no longer
need these items”
* * * HIGHLITES INCLUDE * * *
~ 1999 Ford F-250
powerstroke pickup, crew
cab ~ 2003 Titan
“Renegade” 3 horse slant
w/living quarters ~ horse
feeders & water tanks ~ antique tack &
collectible items ~ shop tools & like new
adjustable shelving ~ upright gun safe -
double door ~ lawn & garden items
~ power tools & shop items ~ railroad
ties & fence items
A very nice, well kept offering.
Not a large auction.
It will be completed by very
early afternoon.
We can be in the heated shop
if it’s cold!
For all the details: www.mcphersonauction.com
THANK YOUS
Thank you to our children
and their families for our 40th
anniversary party, to all who
braved the weather to help us
celebrate, and to those who
have sent cards.
Marvin & Norma Williams
PENNINGTON
COUNTY BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES
NOVEMBER 9, 2012
A meeting of the Pennington County
Board of Commissioners was held on Fri-
day, November 9, 2012, 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 Trautman and seconded
by Holloway to remove Item 20A, Budget
Supplement Hearing SP12-025 for the
General Fund John T. Vucurevich Budget,
and Item 33A, Department Head Annual
Performance Evaluations under Execu-
tive Session, 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 Davis and seconded by
Trautman to approve Consent Agenda
Items 5-17 as presented. Vote: Unani-
mous.
5. Approve the minutes of the October
16, 2012, 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
$469,238.63.
7. Emergency Management: Authorize
the Chairperson’s signature on the Home-
land Security 2012 Grant Award Accept-
ance which includes $95,000 for the Law
Enforcement Records Management Sys-
tem and $11,000 for critical infrastructure
vulnerability assessment equipment.
8. Emergency Management: Authorize
the Chairperson’s signature on the Joint
Funding Agreement with the US Geolog-
ical Survey in regards to METWARN
(County-wide flood warning system) for
2013.
9. Highway Department: Approve the
Edelweiss Mountain Improvement Asso-
ciation 2013 Agreement for Snow Re-
moval and authorize the Chairperson’s
signature.
10. Highway Department: Enter into
an Agreement with the South Dakota De-
partment of Transportation for the pur-
chase of salt and sand stockpile material
and authorize the Chairperson’s signa-
ture on the Agreement.
11. Highway Department: Approve the
Adopt-A-Highway request for the 28 MXS
of Ellsworth Air Force Base to clean a
portion of Long View Road and authorize
the Chairperson’s signature on the confir-
mation letter to the organization.
12. Highway Department: Approve
the Adopt-A-Highway request for the
SDSMT American Indian Science and
Engineering Society Chapter to clean a
portion of Universal Drive and authorize
the Chairperson’s signature on the confir-
mation letter to the organization.
13. Highway Department: Approve
the Sunset Ranch Road District Agree-
ment and authorize the Chairperson’s sig-
nature thereto.
14. Highway Department: Authorize
the Highway Department to advertise for
bids for two (2) new Loaders and one (1)
new Single Drum Vibratory Roller.
15. Sheriff’s Office: Authorize the
Sheriff’s Office to re-advertise for bids to
purchase four (4) used, 2011 or newer
passenger cars and two (2) used, 2011 or
newer passenger mini vans, with the rec-
ommendation and award to be held dur-
ing the November 20, 2012, Board of
Commissioner’s meeting.
16. Auditor’s Office: General Fund
Supplement SP12-027 – To schedule a
hearing at 9:15 a.m. on Tuesday, Novem-
ber 20, 2012, to supplement the 2012
General Fund Weed budget in the
amount of $14,230 from assigned equip-
ment reserve fund balance.
17. Approve a request by the South
Dakota American Legion Auxiliary to sell
raffle tickets in Pennington County. The
drawing is to take place June 7, 2013.
End of Consent Agenda Items
40 ACRE SURPLUS PROPERTY PUB-
LIC AUCTION – No Sale Completed
MOVED by Davis and seconded by
Buskerud to declare the auction held on
November 1, 2012, as “no sale” due a
misunderstanding on the part of the high
bidder. Vote: Unanimous.
MOVED by Davis and seconded by
Buskerud to schedule an auction to sell
the surplus property, Parcel ID 57890, de-
scribed as the NW1/4 NW1/4 of Section
24, T1N, R1E, BHM, Pennington County,
South Dakota, on December 4, 2012, at
3 p.m. in the Commissioners’ meeting
room. The motion was passed unani-
mously on a roll call vote: Buskerud –
yes, Davis – yes, Holloway – yes, Traut-
man – yes, Petersen – yes.
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded
by Davis to authorize additional advertis-
ing expenditures up to $1000. Vote:
Unanimous.
RUSHMORE REGIONAL RAIL AU-
THORITY – Ben Snow, RC Economic
Development.
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded
by Davis that representatives from Pen-
nington County meet with the City of
Rapid City and the City of Box Elder for
discussions regarding the Rushmore Re-
gional Rail Authority. Vote: Unanimous.
ITEMS FROM AUDITOR
A. GENERAL FUND BUDGET SUP-
PLEMENT (SP12-025): This item was re-
moved during approval of the agenda.
B. GENERAL FUND BUDGET SUP-
PLEMENT (SP12-026): MOVED by
Trautman and seconded by Buskerud to
supplement the 2012 Emergency Man-
agement Fund budget in the amount of
$22,000 from restricted fund balance in
the Emergency Management fund. Vote:
Unanimous.
C. CANVASS ELECTION RESULTS:
MOVED by Davis and seconded by
Buskerud to accept the canvass and de-
clare the results of the November 6, 2012,
General Election official, and further
moved to authorize the Commissioners
present to sign the Official Canvass.
Vote: Unanimous.
MOVED by Trautman and seconded
by Buskerud to authorize payment of all
election expenses as follows: Salaries,
$38,294.78; Rent, $830.00; Travel,
$1,855.98; Utilities, $380.00. Vote: Unan-
imous.
ITEMS FROM TREASURER
A. PENNINGTON COUNTY RESO-
LUTION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT
OF FEES CHARGED BY THE TREA-
SURER’S OFFICE: MOVED by
Buskerud and seconded by Trautman to
approve the Resolution for the Establish-
ment of Fees Charged by the Treasurer’s
Office and authorize the Chairperson’s
signature thereto. Vote: Unanimous.
PENNINGTON COUNTY
RESOLUTION
FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT
OF FEES CHARGED BY
THE TREASURER’S OFFICE
WHEREAS, the expectation
of services rendered by the
Pennington County Treasurer’s
Office continues to grow, re-
sulting in additional expense to
the Treasurer; and
WHEREAS, to compensate
for the increased services and
expense associated therewith,
the Pennington County Treas-
urer charges for certain serv-
ices as follows:
•Long distance phone calls:
$3.00
•Research on properties for
taxes: $3.00 per parcel;
•Writing letters requesting
additional information or notify-
ing taxpayers who submitted
incorrect fees for real estate
and motor vehicle transactions:
$3.00;
•Conducting research on
back taxes owed: a minimum
of $25, then $25 per hour with
the upfront deposit determined
by the research that needs to
be done thereafter.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT
RESOLVED, that the Penning-
ton County Treasurer continue
to charge the fees for the serv-
ices rendered as set forth
above.
Dated this 9th Day of No-
vember, 2012.
/s/ Lyndell Petersen,
Chairperson
Pennington County Board of
Commissioners
ATTEST: (SEAL)
/s/ Julie Pearson,
Auditor
B. PENNINGTON COUNTY RESO-
LUTION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT
OF A $25 FEE FOR TITLE SERVICES:
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by
Davis to approve the Resolution for the
Establishment of a $25 Fee for Title Serv-
ices and authorize the Chairperson’s sig-
nature thereto. Vote: Unanimous.
PENNINGTON COUNTY
RESOLUTION
FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT
OF A $25 FEE FOR TITLE
SERVICES
WHEREAS, by motion of the
Board effective July 1, 2008,
the Pennington County Com-
missioners established a docu-
mentation fee of $25 for certain
title transfers that are
processed in the Pennington
County Treasurer’s Office; and
WHEREAS, the fee was set
for individuals or businesses
permanently or temporarily re-
siding outside the State of
South Dakota or that have a
personal mailbox address in
South Dakota only and who
have decided to utilize South
Dakota as their state of choice
for vehicle titling registration;
and
WHEREAS, the Pennington
County Treasurer does not
charge the fee to Pennington
County property owners and
active military providing military
IDs;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT
RESOLVED, that the Penning-
ton County Treasurer’s Office
continue to charge the $25 ad-
ministration fee as set forth by
motion of the Board effective
July 1, 2008.
Dated this 9th Day of No-
vember, 2012.
/s/ Lyndell Petersen,
Chairperson
Pennington County Board of
Commissioners
ATTEST: (SEAL)
/s/ Julie Pearson,
Auditor
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded
by Davis to take a 10 minute recess.
Vote: Unanimous. The Board recessed
at 10:30 and returned at 10:40 a.m.
ITEMS FROM BUILDINGS &
GROUNDS
A. PENNINGTON COUNTY CAMPUS
EXPANSION – CHANGE ORDER #1:
MOVED by Davis and seconded by
Trautman to authorize the Chairperson’s
signature to Change Order #1 dated No-
vember 1, 2012, which increases the
Contract Sum by $14,436.63 and in-
creases the Contract Time by 18 calendar
days for the J. Scull Construction Serv-
ices contract for the construction of the
Pennington County Campus Expansion
project. Vote: Unanimous.
B. PENNINGTON COUNTY CAMPUS
EXPANSION – BUILDING COMMITTEE
RECOMMENDATION - ADDITIONAL
SERVICE AGREEMENT, ARC INTER-
NATIONAL: MOVED by Davis and sec-
onded by Trautman to include this item on
the agenda for the November 20, 2012,
Board of Commissioners’ meeting. Vote:
Unanimous.
ITEMS FROM EMERGENCY MANAGE-
MENT
A. MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT
– 28TH MEDICAL GROUP,
ELLSWORTH AFB: Dustin Willett pro-
vided information to the Board of Com-
missioners on a Memorandum of Under-
standing between the 28th Medical
Group, Ellsworth AFB, and the Rapid
City-Pennington County Office of Emer-
gency Management for Acquisition of
Strategic National Stockpile Supplies.
B. REQUEST FOR CLUB MEMBER-
SHIP: MOVED by Buskerud and sec-
onded by Davis to allow County depart-
ment heads to purchase a tax-exempt
Sam’s Club membership. Commission-
ers Buskerud and Davis withdrew the mo-
tion pursuant to the request of the Chair-
person for additional investigation prior to
the next meeting.
ITEMS FROM HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
A. RESOLUTIONS 2012-10-16-2 AND
2012-10-16-3 – REVISIONS TO THE
PENNINGTON COUNTY HIGHWAY
SYSTEM: MOVED by Holloway and sec-
onded by Trautman to approve Resolu-
tion 2012-10-16-2, County Secondary
Highways and authorize the Chairper-
son’s signature thereto. Vote: Unani-
mous.
RESOLUTION 2012-10-16-2
COUNTY SECONDARY
HIGHWAYS
WHEREAS, the Pennington
County Board of Commission-
ers have determined that it
would be in the best interest of
the residents of Pennington
County for the safe and effi-
cient movement of traffic, that
certain County Secondary
Roads receive needed mainte-
nance; and
WHEREAS, this Board has
the authority to determine
which County Secondary
Roads receive maintenance
pursuant to SDCL 31-12-26;
and
WHEREAS, the County
Secondary Highway System of
roads has become fragmented
and outdated because of nu-
merous recorded resolutions,
adding and deleting segments
of County Secondary Roads;
now
THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED that all previous res-
olutions of Pennington County
adding or deleting County Sec-
ondary Roads to and from the
County Secondary Highway
System for maintenance are
hereby rescinded; and
BE IT FURTHER RE-
SOLVED that the following list
of County Secondary Roads
are hereby classified and
placed on the Pennington
County Secondary Highway
System of roads for mainte-
nance purposes:
•143RD AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 225th St south to 300
feet south of Neva Way, for a
distance of 1.51 miles.
•145TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Lower Spring Creek Rd
south for 0.25 miles, for a dis-
tance of 0.25 miles.
•154TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 1.00 mile north of Long
View Rd south to Long View
Rd, for a distance of 1.00 mile.
•154TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Meade County Line
south to 0.51 miles south of
Hwy 1416, for a distance of
2.56 miles.
•155TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Hwy 1416 south to 0.35
miles south of 228 St, for a dis-
tance of 1.35 miles.
•155TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 233 St north for 2.16
miles, for a distance of 2.16
miles.
•156TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 226 St north for 0.84
miles, for a distance of 0.84
miles.
•156TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Hwy 1416 south to 229
St, for a distance of 2.00 miles.
•157TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 233 St north to 1.05
miles north of 232 St, for a dis-
tance of 2.05 miles.
•157TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at E Hwy 44 south to
Hammerquist Rd, for a dis-
tance of 0.51 miles.
•158TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 232 St south 3.00 miles
thence west 0.50 miles thence
south to E Hwy 44, for a dis-
tance of 4.86 miles.
•159TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 0.50 miles north of 226
St south to Reride Ln, for a dis-
tance of 1.58 miles.
•159TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Hwy 1416 south to 229
St, for a distance of 1.48 miles.
•159TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 232 St south 2.00 miles
thence southeast to 160 Ave,
for a distance of 3.26 miles.
•160TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 226 St north for 0.84
miles, for a distance of 0.84
miles.
•162ND AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Hwy 1416 south for
0.76 miles, for a distance of
0.76 miles.
•164TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 227 St south 2.00 miles
thence east 0.48 miles thence
south to 230 St, for a distance
of 3.48 miles.
•165TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Meade County Line
south to 227 St, for a distance
of 2.07 miles.
•167TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 226 St south to Hwy
1416, for a distance of 2.01
miles.
•168TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Hwy 1416 south thence
southeast for 3.11 miles, for a
distance of 3.11 miles.
•169TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Meade County Line
south to 1.00 mile south of Hwy
1416, for a distance of 4.03
miles.
•170TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Hwy 1416 south to 229
St, for a distance of 1.00 mile.
•171ST AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Meade County Line
south to 229 St, for a distance
of 4.05 miles.
•176TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Base Line Rd northeast
for 0.95 miles, for a distance of
0.95 miles.
•200TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 222 St north for 1.15
miles, for a distance of 1.15
miles.
•213TH STREET: Begin-
ning at Babcock Rd east for
0.99 miles, for a distance of
0.99 miles.
•213TH STREET: Begin-
ning at Pedro Rd east to
Haakon County Line, for a dis-
tance of 2.10 miles.
•222ND STREET: Begin-
ning at 0.03 miles west of
Pedro Rd east to 0.54 miles
east of 200 Ave, for a distance
of 2.58 miles.
•223RD STREET: Begin-
ning at Quinn Rd northeast to
197 Ave thence east to Big
Foot Rd, for a distance of 2.73
miles.
•225TH STREET: Begin-
ning at Dyess Ave east to 0.41
miles east of N Elk Vale Rd, for
a distance of 1.41 miles.
225TH STREET: Beginning at
150 Ave east to 154 Ave, for a
distance of 4.00 miles.
•226TH STREET: Begin-
ning at 167 Ave east to 0.77
miles east of 169 Ave, for a dis-
tance of 2.77 miles.
•226TH STREET: Begin-
ning at 154 Ave east to 165
Ave, for a distance of 11.00
miles.
•226TH STREET: Begin-
ning at 173 Ave east for 0.53
miles, for a distance of 0.53
miles.
•227TH STREET: Begin-
ning at 0.55 miles west of 161
Ave east to 169 Ave, for a dis-
tance of 8.54 miles.
•227TH STREET: Begin-
ning at 173 Ave east for 0.74
miles, for a distance of 0.74
miles.
•227TH STREET: Begin-
ning at 173 Ave northwest for
0.17 miles, for a distance of
0.17 miles.
•228TH STREET: Begin-
ning at Radar Hill Rd west for
0.20 miles, for a distance of
0.20 miles.
•229TH STREET: Begin-
ning at Radar Hill Rd east to
Hidden Springs Rd, for a dis-
tance of 0.26 miles.
•229TH STREET: Begin-
ning at 156 Ave east to 161
Ave, plus an additional north
leg of 914 feet off of 229 St to
161 Ave, for a distance of 5.07
miles.
•230TH STREET: Begin-
ning at 161 Ave east to 164
Ave, for a distance of 3.49
miles.
•232ND STREET: Begin-
ning at 157 Ave east to 161
Ave, for a distance of 4.01
miles.
•233RD STREET: Begin-
ning at 161 Ave east to Sharpe
Rd, for a distance of 6.00
miles.
•234TH STREET: Begin-
ning at 158 Ave east to 159
Ave, for a distance of 1.00 mile.
•47TH AVENUE WEST: Be-
ginning at Wilderness Canyon
Rd northeast to Bears Loose
Rd, for a distance of 1.07
miles.
•AIRPORT ROAD, S: Be-
ginning at E Hwy 44 south for
0.67 miles, for a distance of
0.67 miles.
•ALBERT LANE: Beginning
at Plateau Ln east to Ellendale
Dr, for a distance of 0.38 miles.
•ALBERTTA DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Sheridan Lake Rd
southeast to Dunsmore Rd, for
a distance of 0.76 miles.
ANDERSON ROAD: Begin-
ning at South Side Dr south for
0.49 miles, for a distance of
0.49 miles.
APRES VOUS COURT: Be-
ginning at Teewinot Dr south-
east to end of culdesac, for a
distance of 0.07 miles.
ASH CREEK ROAD: Begin-
ning at Wilsey Rd southeast,
plus an additional loop of 2.50
miles to Haakon County Line,
for a distance of 10.63 miles.
•ASHLAND ROAD: Begin-
ning at Hickory Dr south to
Mystic Dr, and Sunnyside Dr
south to Country Rd, for a dis-
tance of 0.62 miles.
•ATLANTIC DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Twilight Dr south for
0.13 miles to end of road, for a
distance of 0.13 miles.
•AURORA DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Ave A south thence
southeast to Plateau Ln, for a
distance of 0.18 miles.
•AVENUE A: Beginning at
192 feet west of Neel St east to
Sweetbriar St, for a distance of
0.12 miles.
•BASE LINE ROAD: Begin-
ning at 173 Ave southeast
thence east to Crooked Creek
Twp Line thence north, for a
distance of 4.84 miles.
•BASSWOOD STREET:
Beginning at Leroy St south
thence east to Sprucewood St,
for a distance of 0.20 miles.
•BATTLE AX ROAD: Begin-
ning at Gray Rd south to Reno
Gulch Rd, for a distance of
0.71 miles.
•BENJAMIN STREET: Be-
ginning at Savannah St south-
west for 0.15 miles to end of
road, for a distance of 0.15
miles.
•BENNETT ROAD: Begin-
ning at Meade County Line
south to Country Rd, for a dis-
tance of 1.05 miles.
•BIG FOOT ROAD: Begin-
ning at 222 St north for 0.30
miles, for a distance of 0.30
miles.
•BLACKBIRD COURT: Be-
ginning at Kings Rd northeast
to end of culdesac, for a dis-
tance of 0.16 miles.
•BLUE GROUSE WAY: Be-
ginning at Wilderness Cir north
for 0.04 miles to end of road,
for a distance of 0.04 miles.
•BOGUS JIM ROAD: Be-
ginning at Norris Peak Rd west
for 2.74 miles, for a distance of
2.74 miles.
•BONITA LANE: Beginning
at Johnston Dr southwest to
O'Brien St, for a distance of
0.11 miles.
•BONNIE LANE: Beginning
at Plateau Ln east for 0.16
miles to end of road, for a dis-
tance of 0.16 miles.
•BRADSKY ROAD: Begin-
ning at 0.25 miles north of E
Hwy 44 south to 0.07 miles
east of Dawkins Rd, for a dis-
tance of 1.89 miles.
•BRIDGE DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Reservoir Rd east to
175 feet east of Ennen Dr, for
a distance of 0.07 miles.
•BROWN ROAD: Beginning
at Lower Spring Creek Rd
south for 0.45 miles, for a dis-
tance of 0.45 miles.
•BUTTE CIRCLE: Begin-
ning at Aurora Dr northeast to
145 feet northeast of Harding
Ct, for a distance of 0.08 miles.
•BUTTE COURT: Beginning
at Aurora Dr southwest to end
of culdesac, for a distance of
0.06 miles.
•CABOT HILL ROAD: Be-
ginning at 150 feet west of
Kimbell Pl east to Mall Dr, for a
distance of 0.37 miles.
•CAPUTA LOOP: Beginning
at E Hwy 44 north thence
southeast to Dawkins Rd, for a
distance of 1.81 miles.
•CAROL STREET: Begin-
ning at Plateau Ln west to end
of road, for a distance of 0.15
miles.
•CARTER DRIVE: Begin-
ning at W Hwy 44 southwest to
0.15 miles southwest of Rolling
Hills Dr, for a distance of 0.41
miles.
•CAVERN ROAD: Begin-
ning at W Hwy 44 northwest to
end of road, for a distance of
0.46 miles.
•CHENEY ROAD: Begin-
ning at Babcock Rd northwest
for 6.57 miles, for a distance of
6.57 miles.
•CHEVAE COURT: Begin-
ning at Mercury Dr north to end
of culdesac, for a distance of
0.06 miles.
•CLAPP: Beginning at Hwy
1416 north for 0.63 miles, for a
distance of 0.63 miles.
•CLARKSON ROAD: Be-
ginning at Sheridan Lake Rd
southwest thence southeast to
278 feet southeast of Cougar
Ct, for a distance of 1.84 miles.
•CLEGHORN CANYON
ROAD: Beginning at Jackson
Blvd northwest for 1.20 miles,
for a distance of 1.20 miles.
•CLUB COURT: Beginning
at Poker Dr north to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.05
miles.
•COLVIN COURT: Begin-
ning at Reservoir Rd southeast
to end of court, for a distance
of 0.06 miles.
¨•COLVIN STREET: Begin-
ning at Long View Rd south
thence west to Reservoir Rd,
for a distance of 0.19 miles.
•CONNIE COURT: Begin-
ning at Leola Ln northwest to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.04 miles.
•CORBIN DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Reservoir Rd east to
Lunar Dr, for a distance of 0.21
miles.
•COTTAGE COURT: Begin-
ning at O'Brien St southwest to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.04 miles.
•COUNTRY ROAD: Begin-
ning at 143 Ave east to 1.00
mile east of West Gate Rd, for
a distance of 5.01 miles.
•COVINGTON STREET:
Beginning at Twilight Dr south
to E Hwy 44, for a distance of
0.88 miles.
•CRANE DRIVE: Beginning
at Long View Rd north for 0.25
miles, for a distance of 0.25
miles.
•CROSSBILL CIRCLE: Be-
ginning at Waxwing Ln north-
east thence southeast looping
to Waxwing Ln, for a distance
of 0.30 miles.
•CROYLE AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Sheridan Lake Rd
south to Nonanna St, for a dis-
tance of 0.53 miles.
•DARK CANYON ROAD:
Beginning at W Hwy 44 west
for 1.37 miles, for a distance of
1.37 miles.
8DAUGHENBAUGH ROAD:
Beginning at S Hwy 79 to 2.50
miles east, south, thence east
of Dewey Ln, for a distance of
4.47 miles.
•DAWN LANE: Beginning at
Jolly Ln northwest thence
southwest to Harney View Dr,
for a distance of 0.27 miles.
•DEALERS DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Ennen Dr east for 0.02
miles, for a distance of 0.02
miles.
8DEGEEST DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Twilight Dr north for
0.26 miles, for a distance of
0.26 miles.
•DIAMOND COURT: Begin-
ning at Poker Dr north to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.06
miles.
•DOROTHY DRIVE: Begin-
ning at 175 feet north of Macks
Dr south to Twilight Dr, for a
distance of 0.25 miles.
•DRY CREEK COURT: Be-
ginning at O'Brien St southwest
to end of culdesac, for a dis-
tance of 0.02 miles.
•DUGGAN STREET: Begin-
ning at 144 feet north of Main
St southwest for 0.13 miles, for
a distance of 0.13 miles.
•DUNN ROAD: Beginning
at Anderson Rd east to Radar
Hill Rd, for a distance of 0.98
miles.
•DUNSMORE ROAD: Be-
ginning at Sheridan Lake Rd
south thence southwest to end
of culdesac, for a distance of
1.37 miles.
•DYESS AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Meade County Line
south to 0.25 miles south of
Country Rd, for a distance of
1.30 miles.
•DYLAN DRIVE: Beginning
at Leola Ln east to Savannah
St, for a distance of 0.08 miles.
•EBEL: Beginning at 160
Ave east for 0.22 miles, for a
distance of 0.22 miles.
•ECLIPSE AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Twilight Dr south to
Uranus Dr, for a distance of
0.12 miles.
•EDELWEISS MOUNTAIN
ROAD: Beginning at Pactola
Dr southeast to Custer Gulch
Rd, for a distance of 3.52
miles.
•ELLENDALE DRIVE: Be-
ginning at Leroy St south to Al-
bert Ln, for a distance of 0.13
miles.
•ENNEN DRIVE: Beginning
at 128 feet north of Bridge Dr
south to Twilight Dr, for a dis-
tance of 0.89 miles.
•ETHAN COURT: Begin-
ning at Mercury Dr northwest to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.02 miles.
•EVEREST ROAD: Begin-
ning at Sturgis Rd southeast
for 0.20 miles, for a distance of
0.20 miles.
•FISCHER COURT: Begin-
ning at Williams St southwest
to end of culdesac, for a dis-
tance of 0.03 miles.
•FORT HAYES DRIVE: Be-
ginning at S Hwy 16 southwest
to end of road, for a distance of
0.24 miles.
•FORT STREET: Beginning
at Sweetbriar St east to Cov-
ington St, for a distance of 0.09
miles.
•GEMINI STREET: Begin-
ning at Reservoir Rd east to
Saturn Dr, for a distance of
0.22 miles.
•GIN COURT: Beginning at
Ennen Dr southwest to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.04
miles.
•GLEN STREET: Beginning
at Plateau Ln east to end of
road, for a distance of 0.15
miles.
•GRANT CIRCLE: Begin-
ning at Plateau Ln southeast to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.08 miles.
•GRAY ROAD: Beginning at
Battle Ax Rd northeast thence
northwest for 0.96 miles, for a
distance of 0.96 miles.
•GREEN DRIVE: Beginning
at Greenwood Ln southeast to
Green Oak Ln, for a distance of
0.36 miles.
•GREEN FIELD DRIVE:
Beginning at Green Valley Dr
east to Anderson Rd, for a dis-
tance of 0.66 miles.
•GREEN FIELD LANE: Be-
ginning at Green Field Dr
northeast to end of culdesac,
for a distance of 0.18 miles.
•GREEN OAK LANE: Be-
ginning at Anderson Rd south-
west for 0.30 miles, for a dis-
tance of 0.30 miles.
•GREEN TREE DRIVE: Be-
ginning at South Side Dr north
for 0.23 miles, for a distance of
0.23 miles.
•GREEN VALLEY DRIVE:
Beginning at Reservoir Rd
southeast to Anderson Rd, for
a distance of 1.16 miles.
•GREEN WILLOW DRIVE:
Beginning at Green Tree Dr
northeast to Anderson Rd, for
a distance of 0.37 miles.
•GREENWOOD LANE: Be-
ginning at Green Valley Dr
south to end of road, for a dis-
tance of 0.50 miles.
•GYPSEY ROAD: Begin-
ning at Leola Ln southeast to
Heather Ln, and from Gypsey
Rd southwest to O'Brien St, for
a distance of 0.25 miles.
•HACIENDA STREET: Be-
ginning at Plateau Ln south-
west to Williams St, for a dis-
tance of 0.20 miles.
•HAMLIN CIRCLE: Begin-
ning at Plateau Ln east to end
of culdesac, for a distance of
0.11 miles.
•HAMLIN COURT: Begin-
ning at Plateau Ln west thence
north to end of culdesac, for a
distance of 0.10 miles.
•HAMMERQUIST ROAD:
Beginning at E Hwy 44 south,
east, and southeast to E Hwy
44, for a distance of 3.91 miles.
•HARDING COURT: Begin-
ning at Butte Cir northwest to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.03 miles.
•HARNEY VIEW DRIVE:
Beginning at Dawn Ln south-
west for 0.12 miles, for a dis-
tance of 0.12 miles.
•HART RANCH ROAD
WEST: Beginning at Neck
Yoke Rd south to Rodeo Rd,
for a distance of 1.16 miles.
•HART TABLE ROAD: Be-
ginning at Indian Creek Rd
east to Spring Draw Rd, for a
distance of 2.00 miles.
•HARWOOD STREET: Be-
ginning at Leroy St south to
Basswood St, for a distance of
0.12 miles.
•HAVEN STREET: Begin-
ning at Sweetbriar St east to
Plateau Ln, for a distance of
0.29 miles.
•HEART COURT: Beginning
at Poker Dr south to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.06
miles.
•HEATHER DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Kings Rd east, south,
and west looping to Kings Rd,
for a distance of 0.65 miles.
•HEATHER LANE: Begin-
ning at O'Brien St northeast to
Gypsey Rd, and Gypsey Rd
northeast to end of road, for a
distance of 0.09 miles.
•HEINRICH ROAD: Begin-
ning at E Hwy 44 west for 0.90
miles, for a distance of 0.90
miles.
•HELIOS DRIVE: Beginning
at Twilight Dr south to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.21
miles.
•HERITAGE LANE: Begin-
ning at Hisega Rd east to Pio-
neer Ave, for a distance of 0.34
miles.
•HICKORY DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Ashland Rd east to
Bennett Rd, for a distance of
0.25 miles.
•HIDDEN SPRINGS ROAD:
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Beginning at 229 St south to
end of road, for a distance of
0.98 miles.
•HIDDEN VALLEY LANE:
Beginning at Hidden Valley Rd
north thence west for 0.25
miles, for a distance of 0.25
miles.
•HIGHLAND HILLS ROAD:
Beginning at Dunsmore Rd
southeast for 0.30 miles, for a
distance of 0.30 miles.
•HIGHLAND LOOP: Begin-
ning at Schroeder Rd west,
south, and east looping to
Schroeder Rd, for a distance of
0.56 miles.
•HIGHWAY 1416: Begin-
ning at 173 Ave east for 2.86
miles, for a distance of 2.86
miles.
•HILLTOP ROAD: Begin-
ning at Dawn Ln southwest to
end of road, for a distance of
0.10 miles.
•HISEGA ROAD: Beginning
at W Hwy 44 southeast thence
southwest to Hisega Dr, for a
distance of 1.29 miles.
•HOGAN STREET: Begin-
ning at Covington St southeast
to Hacienda St, for a distance
of 0.12 miles.
•HORSE CREEK ROAD:
Beginning at Hwy 385 north-
west for 0.34 miles, for a dis-
tance of 0.34 miles.
•HOWIE DRIVE: Beginning
at Covington St east to Plateau
Ln, for a distance of 0.20 miles.
HUGHES COURT: Beginning
at Hamlin Cir north to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.05
miles.
•HURST AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Bennett Rd west to end
of road, for a distance of 0.13
miles.
•INDIAN CREEK ROAD:
Beginning at Spring Draw Rd
west to 1.99 miles north of Hart
Table Rd, for a distance of 6.48
miles.
•I-90 SERVICE ROAD, S:
Beginning at N Elk Vale Rd
east for 1.54 miles, for a dis-
tance of 1.54 miles.
•J COURT: Beginning at
Plateau Ln east to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.09
miles.
•JACK PINE DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Leroy St south to Albert
Ln, for a distance of 0.16 miles.
•JOHNSTON COURT: Be-
ginning at Johnston Dr north-
east to end of culdesac, for a
distance of 0.04 miles.
•JOHNSTON DRIVE: Be-
ginning at O'Brien St southwest
thence northeast to 200 feet
northeast of Bonita Ln, for a
distance of 0.42 miles.
•JOHNSTON LANE: Begin-
ning at Johnston Dr southeast
looping to Johnston Dr, for a
distance of 0.19 miles.
•JOKER STREET: Begin-
ning at Poker Dr east to Ennen
Dr, for a distance of 0.06 miles.
•KERRY DRIVE: Beginning
at Dunsmore Rd south and
west to Dunsmore Rd, for a
distance of 0.43 miles.
•KINGBIRD COURT: Begin-
ning at Tanager Dr northwest to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.11 miles.
•KINGS COURT: Beginning
at Kings Rd southeast to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.14
miles.
•KINGS ROAD: Beginning
at Nemo Rd west and south-
east to end of culdesac, for a
distance of 1.14 miles.
•KITT PEAK ROAD: Begin-
ning at Moon Meadows Dr
south to Mount Locke Ln, for a
distance of 0.64 miles.
•LA CROSSE STREET: Be-
ginning at 280 feet south of
Centre St south to San Fran-
cisco St, for a distance of 0.23
miles.
•LANGENBERG COURT:
Beginning at Albertta Dr west
to end of culdesac, for a dis-
tance of 0.05 miles.
•LAUREL HEIGHTS DRIVE:
Beginning at John St east to
166 feet southeast of Pine
Cone Ln intersection, for a dis-
tance of 0.30 miles.
•LEOLA LANE: Beginning
at 267 feet north of Dylan Dr
southeast to O'Brien St, for a
distance of 0.24 miles.
•LEROY STREET: Begin-
ning at Plateau Ln east to
Lunar Dr, for a distance of 0.63
miles.
•LINDSEY DRIVE: Begin-
ning at W Hwy 44 south to end
of drive, for a distance of 0.37
miles.
•LUNAR DRIVE: Beginning
at Leroy St south to Corbin Dr,
for a distance of 0.10 miles.
•MACKS DRIVE: Beginning
at N Neel St east to Dorothy Dr,
for a distance of 0.18 miles.
•MAIN STREET: Beginning
at Saint Joseph St east to
Nugget St, for a distance of
0.29 miles.
•MALL DRIVE: Beginning at
Bunker Dr west to Cabot Hill
Rd, thence south to Van St, for
a distance of 0.17 miles.
•MARCIA COURT: Begin-
ning at Okpealuk St east to end
of culdesac, for a distance of
0.08 miles.
•MARSHALL GULCH
ROAD: Beginning at Deerfield
Rd northeast to Lois Ln, for a
distance of 0.93 miles.
•MARTY ROAD: Beginning
at Sharpe Rd east for 0.97
miles, for a distance of 0.97
miles.
•MAY COURT: Beginning at
J Ct south to end of culdesac,
for a distance of 0.03 miles.
•MCMAHON ROAD: Begin-
ning at Lower Spring Creek Rd
south for 0.59 miles, for a dis-
tance of 0.59 miles.
•MCVEY ROAD: Beginning
at Slate Prairie Rd southeast to
Deerfield Rd, for a distance of
3.46 miles.
•MEADOW LANE: Begin-
ning at Twilight Dr north for
0.26 miles, for a distance of
0.26 miles.
•MEADOW LANE COURT:
Beginning at Meadow Ln east
for 0.05 miles, for a distance of
0.05 miles.
•MEADOW RIDGE DRIVE:
Beginning at Reservoir Rd east
to 120 feet east of Ennen Dr,
for a distance of 0.19 miles.
•MEADOWBROOK COURT:
Beginning at W Hwy 44 looping
southeast to W Hwy 44, for a
distance of 0.19 miles.
•MEADOWLAND DRIVE:
Beginning at Howie Dr north-
east to Plateau Ln, for a dis-
tance of 0.19 miles.
•MEADOWLARK DRIVE:
Beginning at 342 feet south of
Prestwick Rd east to Tanager
Dr, for a distance of 0.48 miles.
•MELCOR ROAD: Begin-
ning at W Hwy 44 southwest to
Kabee Pl, for a distance of 0.19
miles.
•MERCHEN ROAD: Begin-
ning at Norris Peak Rd south
for 0.88 miles, for a distance of
0.88 miles.
•MERCURY DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Ethan Ct southeast to
Stellar St, for a distance of 0.50
miles.
•MERRITT ROAD: Begin-
ning at Northdale Dr west to
0.24 miles west of Quarry Rd,
for a distance of 0.83 miles.
•MESA DRIVE: Beginning
at Sunnyside Dr south to
Country Rd, for a distance of
0.50 miles.
•METEOR STREET: Begin-
ning at Reservoir Rd east
thence south to Gemini St, for
a distance of 0.16 miles.
•MITCHELL LAKE ROAD:
Beginning at Hwy 385 south-
east for 0.09 miles, for a dis-
tance of 0.09 miles.
•MOON MEADOWS ROAD:
Beginning at Dunsmore Rd
east thence southeast for 2.04
miles, for a distance of 2.04
miles.
•MORNING VIEW DRIVE:
Beginning at Plymouth Dr east
for 0.50 miles, for a distance of
0.50 miles.
•MORRIS LANE: Beginning
at Anderson Rd east to Radar
Hill Rd, for a distance of 1.00
mile.
•MOUNTAIN BEAVER WAY:
Beginning at Wilderness
Canyon Rd north to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.06
miles.
•MOUNTAIN PINE LANE:
Beginning at Spring Canyon Trl
northwest to end of culdesac,
for a distance of 0.23 miles.
•MURPHY ROAD: Begin-
ning at Shorb Rd east to S Hwy
79, for a distance of 0.86 miles.
•MYSTIC DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Ashland Rd east to
Bennett Rd, for a distance of
0.25 miles.
•NAMELESS CAVE ROAD:
Beginning at W Hwy 44 north-
west to end of road, for a dis-
tance of 1.98 miles.
•NEEL STREET: Beginning
at Sweetbriar St south to end
of road, for a distance of 0.75
miles.
•NEVA WAY: Beginning at
143 Ave west to end of road,
for a distance of 0.51 miles.
•NIKE ROAD, W: Beginning
at Meade County Line south
for 0.91 miles, for a distance of
0.91 miles.
NONANNA STREET: Begin-
ning at Okpealuk St east to
Dunsmore Rd, for a distance of
0.17 miles.
•NONANNA STREET: Be-
ginning at Albertta Dr east to
Okpealuk St, for a distance of
0.21 miles.
•O'BRIEN STREET: Begin-
ning at Covington St southeast
to Long View Rd, for a distance
of 0.59 miles.
•OAK MEADOWS ROAD:
Beginning at Playhouse Rd
southeast for 0.94 miles, for a
distance of 0.94 miles.
•OEDING ROAD: Begin-
ning at Hwy 1416 south for
0.44 miles, for a distance of
0.44 miles.
•OKPEALUK COURT: Be-
ginning at Okpealuk St west to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.08 miles.
•OKPEALUK STREET: Be-
ginning at Sheridan Lake Rd
south to Albertta Dr, for a dis-
tance of 0.54 miles.
•OLD FOLSOM ROAD: Be-
ginning at 386 feet east of S
Hwy 79 north to end of road,
for a distance of 0.34 miles.
•OLD FOLSOM ROAD: Be-
ginning at 0.50 miles east of S
Hwy 79 north for 0.40 miles, for
a distance of 0.40 miles.
•PACIFIC LANE: Beginning
at Twilight Dr south to end of
road, for a distance of 0.15
miles.
•PALMER CREEK ROAD:
Beginning at Hwy 244 south-
west to Hwy 87, for a distance
of 3.40 miles.
•PALMER GULCH ROAD:
Beginning at Hwy 385 south to
Eddy Lode Rd, for a distance
of 1.47 miles.
•PALMER ROAD: Begin-
ning at Nemo Rd northeast to
end of road, for a distance of
0.52 miles.
•PATTERSON DRIVE: Be-
ginning at Jolly Ln southwest to
end of road, for a distance of
0.08 miles.
•PEANUT LANE: Beginning
at Twilight Dr south and east to
Sweetbriar St, for a distance of
0.14 miles.
•PENNINGTON STREET:
Beginning at Ave A south to
Twilight Dr, for a distance of
0.32 miles.
•PENNY LANE: Beginning
at Kings Rd south looping to
Penny Ln, for a distance of
0.62 miles.
•PIERRE LANE: Beginning
at Heritage Ln south to Pioneer
Ave, for a distance of 0.14
miles.
•PINE GROVE ROAD: Be-
ginning at Neck Yoke Rd south
to Pine Valley Rd, for a dis-
tance of 0.99 miles.
•PINEWOOD DRIVE: Be-
ginning at Dunsmore Rd north
to end of culdesac, for a dis-
tance of 0.23 miles.
•PINK CABIN ROAD: Be-
ginning at S Hwy 16 south to
Old Hill City Rd, for a distance
of 1.14 miles.
•PINOCHLE PLACE: Be-
ginning at Ennen Dr northeast
to end of road, for a distance of
0.02 miles.
•PINON JAY CIRCLE: Be-
ginning at Meadowlark Dr
south looping to Pinon Jay Cir,
for a distance of 0.41 miles.
•PIONEER AVENUE: Be-
ginning at W Hwy 44 south
looping to Pioneer Ave, for a
distance of 1.09 miles.
•PIONEER CIRCLE: Begin-
ning at Clarkson Rd southwest
thence northeast looping to
Clarkson Rd, for a distance of
1.06 miles.
•PIONEER DRIVE: Begin-
ning at E Hwy 44 south to end
of road, for a distance of 0.51
miles.
•PITCH COURT, N: Begin-
ning at Reservoir Rd east to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.03 miles.
•PITCH COURT, S: Begin-
ning at Reservoir Rd east to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.06 miles.
•PLATEAU LANE: Begin-
ning at Pennington St south-
east to Williams St, for a dis-
tance of 1.02 miles.
•PLUTO DRIVE: Beginning
at Reservoir Rd east to Stellar
St, for a distance of 0.25 miles.
•POKER DRIVE: Beginning
at Reservoir Rd east looping to
Reservoir Rd, for a distance of
0.24 miles.
•POTTER LANE: Beginning
at Pennington St east to
Meadow Ln, for a distance of
0.06 miles.
•POTTER ROAD: Begin-
ning at Nemo Rd north to end
of road, for a distance of 0.80
miles.
•PRESTON PLACE: Begin-
ning at Williams St southwest
to end of culdesac, for a dis-
tance of 0.03 miles.
•PRESTON STREET: Be-
ginning at Savannah St south-
west to Williams St, for a dis-
tance of 0.06 miles.
•QUAD COURT: Beginning
at Williams St southwest to end
of culdesac, for a distance of
0.03 miles.
•RADAR HILL ROAD: Be-
ginning at E Hwy 44 south to
end of road, for a distance of
0.54 miles.
•RAINBOW LANE: Begin-
ning at Plateau Ln east to end
of culdesac, for a distance of
0.13 miles.
•RAVEN CIRCLE: Begin-
ning at Tanager Dr southwest
looping to Tanager Dr, for a dis-
tance of 0.37 miles.
•RAVEN COURT: Begin-
ning at Raven Cir northwest to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.09 miles.
•RED ROCK CANYON
ROAD: Beginning at 0.22
miles southwest of Idlewild Ct
southwest for 0.31 miles, for a
distance of 0.31 miles.
•REED COURT: Beginning
at Haven St north to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.06
miles.
•RESERVOIR ROAD: Be-
ginning at Meadow Ridge Dr
south to Twilight Dr, for a dis-
tance of 0.56 miles.
•RIDGELAND LOOP: Be-
ginning at Schroeder Rd north
looping to Ridgeland Loop, for
a distance of 1.02 miles.
•ROBINS ROOST ROAD:
Beginning at Hwy 385 south to
Mitchell Lake Rd, for a distance
of 0.47 miles.
•ROCHFORD ROAD: Be-
ginning at Camp Five Rd east
to S Rochford Rd, for a dis-
tance of 3.38 miles.
•ROLLING HILLS DRIVE:
Beginning at Lindsey Dr south-
east to end of culdesac, for a
distance of 0.42 miles.
•ROSS COURT: Beginning
at Reservoir Rd west to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.09
miles.
•RUSSET LANE: Beginning
at Jolly Ln east and south to
Sherry Ct, for a distance of
0.14 miles.
SAINT GERMAINE ROAD:
Beginning at E Hwy 44 south
for 0.65 miles, for a distance of
0.65 miles.
•SAINT JOSEPH STREET:
Beginning at Main St southeast
to end of road, for a distance of
0.33 miles.
•SAN BERNARDO
STREET: Beginning at Bonita
Ln southeast to end of street,
for a distance of 0.07 miles.
•SAN FRANCISCO
STREET: Beginning at La
Crosse St east to Cambell St,
for a distance of 0.51 miles.
•SAND CREEK COURT:
Beginning at O'Brien St south-
west to end of culdesac, for a
distance of 0.03 miles.
•SATURN DRIVE: Begin-
ning at 525 feet west of
Sprucewood St east to Gemini
St, for a distance of 0.51 miles.
•SAVANNAH STREET: Be-
ginning at 465 feet north of
Dylan Dr southeast to Williams
St, for a distance of 0.42 miles.
•SCHOOL DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Twilight Dr southeast to
Jolly Ln, for a distance of 0.55
miles.
•SCHROEDER ROAD: Be-
ginning at 0.25 miles west of
Ridgeland Loop west to Ridge-
land Loop, for a distance of
0.25 miles.
•SERENITY COURT: Be-
ginning at Plateau Ln west to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.14 miles.
•SHAD STREET: Beginning
at Ethan Ct east and south to
Mercury Dr, for a distance of
0.30 miles.
•SHANNON COURT: Be-
ginning at Plateau Ln south to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.06 miles.
•SHARP DRIVE: Beginning
at Neff Dr south to Twilight Dr,
for a distance of 0.26 miles.
•SHARP LANE: Beginning
at Sharp Dr northeast to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.07
miles.
•SHARPE ROAD: Begin-
ning at Hwy 1416 south to
Base Line Rd, for a distance of
7.40 miles.
•SHAYLA COURT: Begin-
ning at Teak Dr northeast to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.07 miles.
•SHERMAN STREET: Be-
ginning at Silver City Rd south
to end of street, for a distance
of 0.18 miles.
•SHERRY COURT: Begin-
ning at Jolly Ln east to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.10
miles.
•SHIELDS ROAD: Begin-
ning at W Hwy 44 south recon-
necting to W Hwy 44, for a dis-
tance of 0.42 miles.
•SHILOH COURT: Begin-
ning at Johnston Dr south to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.02 miles.
•SHORB ROAD: Beginning
at Murphy Rd south to Custer
County Line, for a distance of
1.10 miles.
•SILVER CITY ROAD: Be-
ginning at Hwy 385 southeast
to 0.40 miles west of Sherman
St, for a distance of 5.00 miles.
•SILVER FOX SPUR: Be-
ginning at Wilderness Canyon
Rd west to end of culdesac, for
a distance of 0.27 miles.
•SILVER MOUNTAIN
ROAD: Beginning at S Hwy 16
southwest reconnecting to S
Hwy 16, for a distance of 2.09
miles.
•SLATE PRAIRIE ROAD:
Beginning at S Rochford Rd
southeast to Deerfield Rd, for a
distance of 6.03 miles.
•SOLITAIRE DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Reservoir Rd east loop-
ing to Reservoir Rd, for a dis-
tance of 0.25 miles.
•SONQUIST LANE: Begin-
ning at Forest Rd west to end
of road, for a distance of 0.14
miles.
•SOUTH SIDE DRIVE: Be-
ginning at Reservoir Rd east to
Redemption Rd, for a distance
of 1.52 miles.
•SPADE COURT: Beginning
at Poker Dr south to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.06
miles.
•SPRING CANYON TRAIL:
Beginning at Sheridan Lake Rd
south to Mountain Pine Ln, for
a distance of 0.35 miles.
•SPRUCEWOOD STREET:
Beginning at Leroy St south to
Saturn Dr, for a distance of
0.23 miles.
•STELLAR STREET: Begin-
ning at Mercury Dr south to
Pluto Dr, for a distance of 0.10
miles.
•STRATO BOWL ROAD:
Beginning at S Hwy 16 north
for 1.28 miles, for a distance of
1.28 miles.
•SULLY COURT: Beginning
at Grant Cir northeast to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.08
miles.
•SUN RIDGE ROAD: Be-
ginning at Aztec Dr southeast
to end of road, for a distance of
0.53 miles.
SUNNYSIDE DRIVE: Begin-
ning at W Sunnyside Dr east to
Bennett Rd, for a distance of
0.37 miles.
SUNNYSIDE DRIVE, S: Be-
ginning at W Sunnyside Dr
east to Bennett Rd, for a dis-
tance of 0.38 miles.
SUNNYSIDE DRIVE, W: Be-
ginning at S Sunnyside Dr
south to Country Rd, for a dis-
tance of 0.25 miles.
SWEETBRIAR STREET: Be-
ginning at Twilight Dr south to
Haven St, for a distance of
0.45 miles.
SWEETBRIAR STREET: Be-
ginning at 188 feet west of
Neel St east thence south to
Twilight Dr, for a distance of
0.49 miles.
TANAGER COURT: Beginning
at Tanager Dr northeast to end
of culdesac, for a distance of
0.11 miles.
TANAGER DRIVE: Beginning
at Sheridan Lake Rd north
looping to Sheridan Lake Rd,
for a distance of 0.76 miles.
TAYLOR RANCH ROAD: Be-
ginning at Hwy 385 east to 462
feet east of Horsemans Ranch
Rd, for a distance of 0.54
miles.
•TEAK DRIVE: Beginning at
Covington St southeast to
Teewinot Dr, for a distance of
0.20 miles.
•TEEWINOT DRIVE: Begin-
ning at E Hwy 44 north to end
of culdesac, for a distance of
0.23 miles.
•TERRY DRIVE: Beginning
at Twilight Dr southeast to Neel
St, for a distance of 0.18 miles.
•THUNDERHEAD FALLS
ROAD: Beginning at W Hwy
44 south to end of road, for a
distance of 1.47 miles.
•TRAIL DRIVE: Beginning
at Covington St east to Trail-
wood Ln, for a distance of 0.16
miles.
•TRAILWOOD LANE: Be-
ginning at Williams St south to
O'Brien St, for a distance of
0.09 miles.
•TURTLE CREEK COURT:
Beginning at O'Brien St south
to end of culdesac, for a dis-
tance of 0.07 miles.
•TWILIGHT DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Reservoir Rd east to
272 feet east of Helios Dr, for a
distance of 0.25 miles.
•TWIN SPRINGS ROAD:
Beginning at S Hwy 16 south-
west to Old Hill City Rd, for a
distance of 1.04 miles.
•URANUS DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Reservoir Rd east to
Eclipse Ave, for a distance of
0.10 miles.
•VISTA DRIVE: Beginning
at Bennett Rd west to end of
road, for a distance of 0.25
miles.
WAMBERG COURT: Begin-
ning at Albertta Dr west to end
of culdesac, for a distance of
0.03 miles.
WAXWING LANE: Beginning
at Tanager Dr west to end of
culdesac, for a distance of 0.24
miles.
WEDMORE ROAD: Beginning
at Lower Spring Creek Rd
south for 0.92 miles, for a dis-
tance of 0.92 miles.
WEST GATE ROAD: Begin-
ning at Country Rd north for
0.53 miles, for a distance of
0.53 miles.
WESTBERRY HILL ROAD:
Beginning at Nemo Rd south to
Westberry Ct, for a distance of
0.33 miles.
WHITE HORSE ROAD: Be-
ginning at Hwy 385 northwest
for 1.80 miles, for a distance of
1.80 miles.
WIDE VIEW DRIVE: Begin-
ning at Sun Ridge Rd south-
east to South Canyon Rd, for a
distance of 0.37 miles.
WILD LIFE ROAD: Beginning
at Sun Ridge Rd northeast to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.08 miles.
•WILDERNESS CANYON
ROAD: Beginning at Wilder-
ness Cir south to S Hwy 16, for
a distance of 1.42 miles.
•WILDERNESS CIRCLE:
Beginning at Blue Grouse Way
looping to Blue Grouse Way,
for a distance of 0.26 miles.
•WILDERNESS TRAIL: Be-
ginning at Sun Ridge Rd north
to end of culdesac, for a dis-
tance of 0.12 miles.
•WILLIAMS STREET: Be-
ginning at Covington St south-
east to Reservoir Rd, for a dis-
tance of 0.71 miles.
•WILSEY ROAD: Beginning
at Ash Creek Rd southwest to
Creighton Rd, for a distance of
7.94 miles.
•WISEHART ROAD: Begin-
ning at 0.18 miles north of E
Hwy 44 south to 0.36 miles
south of E Hwy 44, for a dis-
tance of 0.54 miles.
•WOODCREST COURT:
Beginning at Potter Rd west to
end of culdesac, for a distance
of 0.19 miles.
•ZINNIA STREET: Begin-
ning at Twilight Dr north to end
of street, for a distance of 0.17
miles.
Dated this 9th day of No-
vember, 2012.
/s/ Lyndell Petersen,
Chairperson
Pennington County Board of
Commissioners
ATTEST:
/s/ Julie Pearson,
Auditor
MOVED by Holloway and seconded by
Trautman to approve Resolution 2012-
10-16-3, County Aid Roads, and author-
ize the Chairperson’s signature thereto.
Vote: Unanimous.
RESOLUTION 2012-10-16-3
COUNTY AID ROADS
WHEREAS, the Pennington
County Board of Commission-
ers have determined that it
would be in the best interest of
the residents of Pennington
County for the safe and effi-
cient movement of traffic, that
certain Township Roads re-
ceive needed maintenance;
and
WHEREAS, this Board has
the authority to designate cer-
tain Township Roads as
County Aid Roads pursuant to
SDCL 31-13-12; now
THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED that the following list
of Township Roads is hereby
classified as County Aid Roads
for maintenance purposes:
•194TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 229 St south to 230 St,
for a distance of 1.00 miles.
•195TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at 239 St south for 0.35
miles, for a distance of 0.35
miles.
•196TH AVENUE: Begin-
ning at Hwy 1416 south to 239
St, for a distance of 3.46 miles.
•222ND STREET: Begin-
ning at Creighton Rd west for
4.69 miles, for a distance of
4.69 miles.
•222ND STREET: Begin-
ning at Denke Rd east to Quinn
Rd, for a distance of 1.48
miles.
•230TH STREET: Begin-
ning at Quinn Rd east to Big
Foot Rd, for a distance of 2.99
miles.
•239TH STREET: Begin-
ning at 195 Ave east to 196
Ave, for a distance of 1.01
miles.
•246TH STREET: Begin-
ning at Spring Draw Rd east to
E Hwy 44, for a distance of
1.33 miles.
•BABCOCK ROAD: Begin-
ning at Creighton Rd west
thence north to 2.13 miles
north of 213 St, for a distance
of 8.82 miles.
•BEAR CREEK ROAD: Be-
ginning at E Hwy 44 east
thence north thence east to
Sage Creek Rd, for a distance
of 5.36 miles.
•DENKE ROAD: Beginning
at Creighton Rd east thence
south to 222 St, for a distance
of 10.01 miles.
•GOLF COURSE ROAD:
Beginning at Glenn St west
1.00 mile thence south to Sage
Creek Rd, for a distance of
2.04 miles.
•PAULSEN ROAD: Begin-
ning at Quinn Rd east to Big
Foot Rd, for a distance of 3.00
miles.
•TRASK ROAD: Beginning
at 222 St southeast to Cedar
Butte Rd, for a distance of
11.17 miles.
•WOLF ROAD: Beginning
at Quinn Rd east to 3.49 miles
east and south of Big Foot Rd,
for a distance of 6.48 miles.
Dated this 9th day of No-
vember, 2012.
/s/ Lyndell Petersen,
Chairperson
Pennington County Board of
Commissioners
ATTEST: (SEAL)
/s/ Julie Pearson,
Auditor
B. PLATEAU LANE RECONSTRUC-
TION – SIDEWALK: MOVED by Hol-
loway and seconded by Davis to proceed
with the Plateau Lane Reconstruction
with sidewalk on one side of the street.
Vote: Unanimous.
ITEMS FROM WEED & PEST
A. PENNINGTON COUNTY FIRE
PROTECTION AND MOUNTAIN PINE
BEETLE SUPPRESSION PROJECT:
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by
Trautman to approve the 2012-2013 Pen-
nington County Fire Protection and
Mountain Pine Beetle Suppression Proj-
ect as amended and authorize the Chair-
person’s signature thereto. Vote: Unani-
mous.
B. PENNINGTON COUNTY FIRE
PROTECTION AND MOUNTAIN PINE
BEETLE SUPPRESSION PROJECT –
CONTRACT FOR SERVICES: MOVED
by Holloway and seconded by Buskerud
to approve the Pennington County Fire
Protection and Mountain Pine Beetle
Suppression Project Contract for Serv-
ices. Vote: Unanimous.
FY2012 UNSPENT COMMISSION CON-
TINGENCY FUND – Proposal to Use for
the MPB Program: Commissioner Traut-
man: No action was taken at this time.
HOLIDAY CLOSURES FOR PENNING-
TON COUNTY – Commissioner
Buskerud
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded
by Trautman that Pennington County
have ten (10) closed holidays as follows:
New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day,
President’s Day, Memorial Day, Inde-
pendence Day, Labor Day, Native Ameri-
can Day, Veterans’ Day, Thanksgiving
Day, Christmas Day.
Commissioner Holloway left the meet-
ing.
The motion failed on a roll call vote:
Buskerud – yes, Davis – no, Trautman –
no, Petersen – no. Commissioner Hol-
loway returned to the meeting.
A. 2012 CHRISTMAS EVE – AUDI-
TOR PEARSON: The Board made no
change to the existing policy which closes
the Courthouse at noon on Christmas
Eve.
ITEMS FROM COMMISSION ASSIS-
TANT
A. PROPOSED LEASE AGREEMENT
– CELL PHONE TOWER ON COUNTY
CAMPUS: MOVED by Buskerud and sec-
onded by Trautman to not pursue the pro-
posal. Vote: Unanimous.
B. DEPARTMENT HEAD ANNUAL
EVALUATION PROCEDURE POLICY:
MOVED by Holloway and seconded by
Buskerud to approve the proposed policy,
Pennington County Annual Evaluation
Procedure for Department Heads, as pre-
sented. Vote: Unanimous.
MOVED by Holloway and seconded by
Buskerud to schedule a special Board of
Commissioners’ meeting for 9:00 a.m.,
December 17, 2012, for the purpose of
holding department head evaluations in
executive session. Vote: Unanimous.
C. PROPOSED SPRING CREEK WA-
TERSHED 319 PROJECT SPECIAL
MEETING:
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded
by Trautman to hold an informational pub-
lic hearing on Tuesday, November 27,
2012, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Hill City
High School Theatre. Davis called the
question. Vote on the question: Unani-
mous. Vote on the motion: Unanimous.
MOVED by Davis and seconded by
Trautman to allow the office manager to
set November 28, 2012, as an alternative
date, if needed. Vote: Unanimous.
MOVED by Holloway and seconded by
Buskerud to authorize the Chairperson’s
signature on the facilities use agreement.
Vote: Unanimous.
MOVED by Davis and seconded by
Trautman to approve advertising costs up
to $175.00. Vote: Unanimous.
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded
by Holloway to authorize the Chairper-
son’s signature on letters requesting that
the DENR and the EPA participate in the
event. Vote: Unanimous.
MOVED by Davis and seconded by
Trautman that the meeting be informa-
tional only and followed by an open
house to interact with the presenters.
Vote: Unanimous.
PLANNING & ZONING 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 Buskerud and seconded
by Holloway to approve Planning & Zon-
ing Consent Agenda Items B, C & D as
presented. Item A was removed for sep-
arate consideration. Vote: Unanimous.
B. SECOND READING OF MAJOR
PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT
AMENDMENT / PU 12-03: Kathy
Boyum. To amend the existing Planned
Unit Development for Robins Roost Cab-
ins to include additional land and to re-
move the single-family residence from the
approved uses which will allow for the
platting of proposed Lot 1 of Boyum Sub-
division in accordance with Section 213
of the Pennington County Zoning Ordi-
nance.
Major Planned Unit Development
Amendment 12-03 is approved with eight
(8) conditions.
ORDINANCE
NO. PUD 12-03
AN ORDINANCE AMEND-
ING SECTION 508 OF THE
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Proceedings of Pennington
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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:
Located on the followed
metes and bounds description:
Beginning at the NE corner of
Lot 1 which is identical with the
SW 1/16 corner of Section 21,
T1S, R5E, BHM, A Rebar with
an aluminum cap marked
Buckhorn RLS 4896 driven into
the stump of the corner tree
recorded in the plat of Tract C.
Thence S43°03’29”E 236.02’
distant to the AP between Lots
1 and 2, a rebar with an alu-
minum cap marked Buckhorn
RLS 4896 Thence
S49°47’50”E 353.27’ distant to
the south corner between Lots
1 and 2, which is identical with
the corner of Lots A and B of
Lot 2. A 3/4” iron pipe Thence
N89°46’23”W 178.60’ distant to
the SW corner of Lot 1 which is
identical with the NW corner of
Lot B of Lot 2. A rebar with an
aluminum cap marked Buck-
horn RLS 4896 Thence
N00°20’36”W 175.15’ distant to
PC of Curve 1 a rebar with a
plastic cap marked Buckhorn
RLS 4896 Thence following
Curve 1 to the PT of Curve 1 a
rebar with an aluminum cap
marked Buckhorn RLS 4896
Thence N44°56’26”E 230.59’
distant to the NW corner of Lot
1 a rebar with an aluminum cap
marked Buckhorn RLS 4896
Thence N71°10’21”E 245.72’
distant to PC of Curve 2 a
rebar with a plastic cap marked
Buckhorn RLS 4896 Thence
following Curve 2 to the PT of
Curve 2 a rebar with an alu-
minum cap marked Buckhorn
RLS 4896 Thence
S17°06’13”W 76.62’ distant to
the SE corner of former Lot A,
a rebar with an aluminum cap
marked Advanced Engineering
RLS 4896 Thence
S89°42’34”E 190.42’ distant to
the point of beginning. Lot 1
contains 3.41 acres more or
less.
To amend the existing
Planned Unit Development for
Robins Roost Cabins to in-
clude additional land and to re-
move the single-family resi-
dence from the approved uses,
which will allow for the platting
of proposed Lot 1 of Boyum
Subdivision. The Major
Planned Unit Development
Amendment use is hereby ap-
proved in accordance with the
following eight (8) conditions:
1. That a Building Permit be
obtained for any structure ex-
ceeding 144 square feet or lo-
cated on a permanent founda-
tion, which requires a site plan
to be reviewed and approved
by the Planning Director;
2. That the existing struc-
tures be allowed to remain in
their current locations, but any
future additions to or replace-
ment of these structures will re-
quire compliance with the set-
backs stipulated in Condition
#3;
3. That the required set-
backs for any structure be a
minimum of twenty-five (25)
from the front property line and
a minimum of ten (10) feet from
the side and rear property
lines. However, if the side or
rear property lines abut a resi-
dential district or street, the
minimum required setback will
be thirty (30) feet;
4. That the permitted uses
be for seven (7) seasonal
rental cabins, one (1) combina-
tion office and three (3) bed-
room rental unit, one (1) four-
unit seasonal rental structure,
and any accessory structures
directly supporting the opera-
tion of the approved use;
5. That a guest list is main-
tained and smoke detectors
are placed in every sleeping
room;
6. That each smoke detector
be tested semi-annually for
proper function. The smoke
detectors must be Underwrit-
ers Laboratory (UL) listed and
be either AC or battery oper-
ated;
7. That the applicant have at
least one (1) 2-ABC dry chem-
ical fire extinguisher accessible
to all guests at all times on
each floor or structure; and,
8. That this Planned Unit
Development be reviewed on a
complaint-basis only.
Dated this 9th day of No-
vember, 2012.
PENNINGTON COUNTY
COMMISSION
/s/ Lyndell Petersen,
Chairperson
ATTEST: (SEAL)
/s/ Julie A. Pearson,
Auditor
C. SECOND READING OF REZONE
/ RZ 12-10: Kathy Boyum. To rezone
2.42 acres from Planned Unit Develop-
ment District to Suburban Residential Dis-
trict in accordance with Sections 208 and
508 of the Pennington County Zoning Or-
dinance.
Rezone 12-10 to rezone 2.42 acres
from Planned Unit Development District
to Suburban Residential District is ap-
proved.
ORDINANCE NO. RZ 12-10
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:
Located on the following
metes and bounds description:
Beginning at the NE corner of
Lot 1 which is identical with the
SW 1/16 corner of Section 21,
T1S, R5E, BHM, a rebar with
an aluminum cap marked
Buckhorn RLS 4896 driven into
the stump of the corner tree
recorded in the plat of Tract C.
Thence S00°08’18”W 512.55’
distant to the SW corner of Lot
2, a 3/4” iron pipe Thence
N75°23’01”W 444.09’ distant to
the south corner of Lots 1 and
2 which is identical with the
corner of Lots A and B of Lot 2.
A 3/4” iron pipe Thence
N49°47’50”W 353.27’ distant to
the AP between Lots 1 and 2,
a rebar with an aluminum cap
marked Buckhorn RLS 4896.
Thence N43°03’02”E 236.02’
distant to the point of begin-
ning. Lot 2 contains 2.42 acres
more or less.
The above-described prop-
erty is hereby rezoned from
Planned Unit Development
District to Suburban Residen-
tial District.
Dated this 9th day of No-
vember, 2012.
PENNINGTON COUNTY
COMMISSION
/s/ Lyndell Petersen,
Chairperson
ATTEST: (SEAL)
/s/ Julie A Pearson,
Auditor
D. LAYOUT PLAT / PL 12-37: RMS
Lode/Matt Keck. To create Lots 1-3 of
Addie Camp Subdivision in accordance
with Section 400.1 of the Pennington
County Subdivision Regulations.
EXISTING LEGAL: JR #2
Lode less Lot I, less Lot J and
less Lot L of JR #2 and JR
#5Lodes and less Lot H2 of JR
#2, #3 and #5 Lodes of JR #2
Lode MS 1864; JR #3 Lode
less Lots 1 and 2 of Lot E, less
Lot H2 of JR #2, #3, and #5
Lode and less ROW of JR #3
Lode MS 1864; GL 9, GL 10
and GL 11; Lot L of JR #2 and
JR #5 Lodes MS 1864; Lot K
(Revised) of JR #5 Lodes MS
1864; Lot A and Lot C of JR #5
Lodes MS 1864 and Lot 1 of
Stenson Subdivision, all lo-
cated in located in Section 21,
T1S, R5E, BHM, Pennington
County, South Dakota.
PROPOSED LEGAL: Lots
1-3 of Addie Camp Subdivi-
sion, Section 21, T1S, R5E,
BHM, Pennington County,
South Dakota.
To approve Layout Plat 12-37with the
following sixteen (16) conditions: 1. That
prior to or at the time of Preliminary Plat
submittal, the applicant provide adequate
percolation test results and soil profile in-
formation for review by the Environmental
Planner or obtain approval of a Subdivi-
sion Regulations Variance waiving this re-
quirement; 2. That prior to Final Plat ap-
proval, the 66 foot private access ease-
ments (Ruby Gulch Road and Stenson
Road) be improved to Highway Service
road construction standards, including a
32-foot-wide, paved driving surface, a
surety or bond be posted for the road im-
provements, or the applicant obtain ap-
proval of a Subdivision Regulations Vari-
ance to waive this requirement; 3. That
prior to Final Plat approval, engineered
road construction plans be provided for
the required road improvements to the 66
foot private access easements (Ruby
Gulch Road, Stenson Road, access road
to the rear of the lot and the main access
road to Prairie Berry or else the applicant
obtain approval of a Subdivision Regula-
tions Variance to waive this requirement;
4. That eight (8) foot utility and minor
drainage easements be dedicated along
the interior of all lot lines or else a Subdi-
vision Regulations Variance be obtained
waiving this requirement; 5. That at the
time of submittal for the Preliminary Plat,
the plat meets all the requirements of
Section 400.2 of the Pennington County
Subdivision Regulations, including the
Plat to be scaled at not more than one (1)
inch equals one hundred (100) feet, topo-
graphic information be provided of the
subject property at five (5) foot contour in-
tervals, and the proper certificates and
statements be included on the plat or an
approved Subdivision Regulations Vari-
ance be obtained waiving any of these re-
quirements that are not met; 6. That the
properties be rezoned to Highway Serv-
ice District and the Future Land Use Map
be amended from Planned Unit Develop-
ment Sensitive to Highway Service Dis-
trict; 7. That at the time of Preliminary Plat
submittal, the applicant submits a Master
Plan and Fire Mitigation Plan for review
and approval by the Pennington County
Fire Coordinator; 8. That all setbacks are
to be 25 feet from the front, 10 feet from
the side property lines, and 30 feet when
abutting a residential district. The rear
property line setback is to be 10 feet and
30 feet when serviced from the rear and
abutting a residential district; 9. That the
rear access road be improved to a mini-
mum of a 32 foot paved surface with a 66-
foot access easement, in accordance
with Table 1 and Engineered Road Con-
struction Plans be submitted for the im-
provements, or approval of a Subdivision
Regulations Variance must be obtained
waiving these requirements; 10. That two
of the three cabins either be removed
from Lot 3 or converted to daily or weekly
rentals, offices or a use allowed in a High-
way Service District; 11. That the power
line easements within the development
cannot have any structures located within
the easements; 12. That at time of a Pre-
liminary Plat submittal, a traffic study be
included to determine if additional traffic
control, such as lower speed limit or right
turning lanes are needed; 13. That the
plat heading be corrected to: …(for-
merly…the Remainder of the J.R. No. 3
Lode of M.S. 1864 and a Portion of the
J.R. No.2 Lode… Take out “an unplat-
ted”; 14. That both Ruby Gulch Road
and Stenson Meadow Road signs be
posted by the developer; 15. That prior to
constructing across Ruby Gulch Road,
they contact the U.S. Forest Service; and,
16. That approval of this Layout Plat does
not constitute approval of any further ap-
plications to be submitted for the above-
described property.
Item Removed for Separate Consider-
ation
A. SPRING CREEK WATERSHED
MANAGEMENT AND PROJECT IMPLE-
MENTATION PLAN: MOVED by Hol-
loway and seconded by Trautman to ap-
prove the payment application for Alton or
Barbara Bertschinger, SP2011PC54 in
the amount of $3061.23. Vote: Unani-
mous.
End of Consent Agenda
ITEMS FROM PLANNING & ZONING
MOVED by Buskerud and seconded
by Trautman to continue Item E, the First
Reading of Rezone 12-11 and Compre-
hensive Plan Amendment CA 12-07, and
Item F, the first Reading and Public Hear-
ing of Ordinance Amendment OA 12-05,
to the December 4, 2012, Board of Com-
missioners’ meeting. Vote: Unanimous.
E. FIRST READING AND PUBLIC
HEARING OF REZONE / RZ 12-11 AND
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMEND-
MENT / CA 12-07: RMS Lode/Matt Keck.
To rezone 6.99 acres from Limited Agri-
culture District and General Agriculture
District to Highway Service District and to
amend the Pennington County Compre-
hensive Plan to change the Future Land
Use from Planned Unit Development Dis-
trict and General Agriculture District to
Highway Service District in accordance
with Sections 210 and 508 of the Pen-
nington County Zoning Ordinance.
Lots A and C of J.R. No. 5 Lode
MS 1864 and Government
Lots 9, 10, and 11 all in the
NE1/4 of Section 21, T1S,
R5E, BHM, Pennington
County, South Dakota.
F. FIRST READING AND PUBLIC
HEARING OF ORDINANCE AMEND-
MENT / OA 12-05: Pennington County.
To amend Section 400.3-1-n-3, 6, and 10;
Section 500.5-1-a-3-a; and Section 500.5
- Table 1 of the Pennington County Sub-
division Regulations.
EXECUTIVE SESSION per SDCL 1-25-
2
A. Department Head Annual Perform-
ance Evaluations per SDCL 1-25-2(1)
B. Contractual/Litigation per SDCL 1-
25-2(3)
C. Personnel Issue per SDCL 1-25-
2(1)
MOVED by Davis and seconded by
Buskerud to convene in executive ses-
sion. Vote: Unanimous. The Board re-
mained in executive session from 12:55
p.m. to 1:03 p.m. MOVED by Buskerud
and seconded by Davis to adjourn from
executive session. Vote: Unanimous.
PAYROLL
Commissioners, 9,384.50; Human Re-
sources, 4,585.67; Elections, 21,595.23;
Auditor - liens, 3,273.51; Auditor,
16,457.85; Treasurer, 50,291.24; Data
Processing - General, 41,703.91; State's
Attorney, 152,206.00; Public Defender,
98,036.74; Juvenile Diversion, 11,575.74;
Victim's Assistance, 5,203.66; Buildings
& Grounds, 102,721.51; Equalization,
66,971.60; Register of Deeds, 26,078.75;
Sheriff, 358,852.64; Service Station,
8,051.33; HIDTA Grant, 9,472.87; Jail,
467,827.62; Jail Work Program, 4,833.69;
Hill City Law, 12,512.56; Keystone Law,
5,669.61; New Underwood – Law,
4,239.29; School Liaison, 16,185.75; Wall
Law, 12,258.94; JSC Teachers,
15,948.89; Home Detention, 11,779.56;
JAIG/JSC, 3,313.42; Alcohol & Drug,
145,000.88; Friendship House,
50,949.60; Economic Assistance,
53,130.34; Mental & Alcohol-SAO,
7,775.38; Mental & Alcohol-HHS,
3,508.25; Extension, 4,280.16; Weed &
Pest, 8,699.29; Planning and Zoning,
20,965.02; Water Protection, 5,849.00;
Ordinance, 3,508.25; Juvenile Services
Center, 237,836.06; Highway,
190,119.87; Fire Administration, 6,173.42;
Title III MPB, 9,871.08; Dispatch,
175,883.29; Emergency Management,
5,579.22; Emergency Management,
445.78; 24-7 Program, 19,339.79;
PCCCC Building Projects, 3,429.95.
PERSONNEL
Auditor’s Office: Effective 10/23/2012, B.
Titus, $13.69/hr.
Weed & Pest: Effective 10/29/12, D.
Ames, $12.73/hr.
VOUCHERS
AT&T, 11.14; AT&T Mobility, 646.25;
BH Power Inc, 46,192.27; CBM Food
Service, 32,376.36; City Of Hill City,
26.35; City Of Rapid City - Water,
4,449.25; City Of Wall, 143.20; Dakota
Plains Legal Service, 15,500.00; Execu-
tive Management Finance, 20.00; First
Administrators, 327,902.26; First Inter-
state Bank, 7,504.08; FSH Communica-
tions, 60.00; Golden West Technologies,
803.48; Kieffer Sanitation, 2,285.64;
Knology, 8,054.83; Mayer, Gail A,
2,650.68; Medical Waste Transport,
159.74; Midcontinent Communications,
650.00; Montana Dakota Utilities,
4,201.66; Mt Rushmore Telephone,
58.00; Office Depot Credit Plan, 39.99;
Orbitcom Inc, 43.79; Qwest Communica-
tion, 3.59; Qwest Corporation, 7,852.93;
Rapid Valley Sanitary District, 38.35; Re-
liance Telephone, 5.59; Verizon,
5,857.91; Wal-Mart, 111.06; West River
Electric, 1,289.38; Wright Express,
300.85;
ADJOURN
MOVED by Holloway and seconded by
Trautman to adjourn the meeting. Vote:
Unanimous. There being no further busi-
ness, the meeting was adjourned at 1:03
p.m.
Julie A. Pearson,
Auditor
Published November 22, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $980.96.
NOTICE OF SALE
OF COUNTY SURPLUS PROPERTY
(TAX DEED PROPERTY)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the fol-
lowing surplus property will be offered for
sale by the acre at public auction in the
Commissioners’ Meeting Room at the
Pennington County Courthouse Annex in
Rapid City, South Dakota on December
4, 2012, at 3:00 p.m. There is a 20% non-
refundable earnest money deposit from
the buyer at the conclusion of the sale.
The buy will be required to pay in full, by
the end of the day.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: THE NORTH-
WEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWES
QUARTER (NW ¼ NW ¼) OF SECTION
24 TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH OF RANGE 1
EAST OF THE BLACK HILLS MERID-
IAN, PENNINGTON COUNTY, SOUTH
DAKOTA. (ID 57890)
s/Julie A. Pearson,
Auditor
Published November 22, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $9.53.
WALL CITY
COUNCIL MEETING
NOVEMBER 8, 2012 6:30PM
The Wall City Council met for a regular
meeting November 8, 2012 at 6:30 pm in
the Community Center meeting room.
Members Present: Dave Hahn, Mayor;
Rick Hustead, Councilman; Bill Leonard,
Councilman; Mike Anderson, Council-
man; Stan Anderson, Councilman; Jerry
Morgan, Councilman; Pete Dunker,
Councilman
Carolynn Anderson, Finance Officer;
Lindsey Hildebrand, Chamber/Assistant
FO; Jeff Clark, Public Works Director; St.
Dan Wardle, Pennington County Sheriff;
Ann Clark and Laurie Hindman, Penning-
ton Co. Courant; Pandi Pittman, Teen 19
TV; Jim Kitterman; John Kitterman;
Randy Grabiel; Stacy Bielmaier
(All action taken in the following minutes
carried by unanimous vote unless other-
wise stated.)
Motion by Hustead, second by Dunker to
approve the agenda. Motion carried.
Sergeant Wardle gave the police report
and pointed out the overage on hours last
month.
Randy Grabiel stated the Youth Football
team had increased numbers this season
and the facility used in the past for the
awards banquet would not be large
enough. He stated they are a non-profit
group and therefore was requesting the
usage of the grand hall with the fees
waived. Motion by S Anderson, second by
Morgan for free use of grand hall for the
Youth Football group on December 9th.
Motion carried.
Motion by S. Anderson, second by Mor-
gan to approve the building permit appli-
cation for residing the Wall Drug Mall
façade. Motion carried with Hustead ab-
staining from the vote.
The building permit for a fence behind the
Discount Outlet was tabled until next
meeting because the property owner and
renter were not present for questions.
Motion by Dunker, second by Hustead to
approve renewing a conditional use per-
mit for the Polished Pinky business to op-
erate in a residential area for three years.
Motion carried.
Hustead reported the solid waste commit-
tee agreed an ordinance on mandatory
commercial garbage service would be
hard to control and regulate. One sug-
gestion would be to create an ordinance
on commercial businesses including a
fine for using another commercial busi-
ness’s garbage container. Amending the
present ordinance will be reviewed.
Motion by S Anderson, second by
Leonard to authorize a committee to ap-
prove awarding the bid for the airport
snow removal equipment when the engi-
neer comes back with a recommendation.
Motion carried.
There have been comments about traffic
speeding through the city parking lots and
the liability if something happened be-
cause of the speed. Motion by Dunker,
second by S Anderson to put up 15MPH
speed limit signs on each entrance to city
parking lots to help decrease speeding
traffic through them. Motion carried.
Motion by Hustead, second by Morgan to
adopt Release and Indemnification
Agreement to cover Deputies parking
personal vehicle in the police station
garage while on duty. Motion carried.
In the strong windstorm, two of the Main
Street lights had set screws stripped; the
engineer contacted Muth Electric and the
lighting manufacturer about the issue.
Public Works Director (PWD) Clark re-
quested they check all the poles to make
sure they are not damaged before the
one-year warranty expires.
Mayor Hahn attended a pre-
emergency/disaster mitigation meeting. A
grant may be available to purchase a
generator for the community center when
travelers are stranded if the interstate is
closed and in the event of power failure.
Estimated cost is $50,000-$75,000 and
city may pay up to 25%. Dustin Willet of
the Pennington County Emergency Man-
agement will be at the December meeting
to discuss it further. PWD Clark will find
out costs of a generator and installation.
PWD Clark reported the engineer is work-
ing towards going to bid for the sewer
project in January and awarding bids in
February, he is currently 95% done with
plans. All easements are signed but one;
and that property owner would like to sell
his property where the easement crosses
for a cost of $7200. The Wastewater
Committee met and recommends pur-
chasing the property. The property owner
will not approve the easement; thus is
needed to move forward with the project.
Motion by S Anderson, second by Hus-
tead to authorize the committee to make
the purchase of the property from Bruce
Dunker for the sewer project; which in-
cludes the legal fees for re-platting. Mo-
tion carried.
The lease agreement for the ambulance
district has been reviewed and dispersed
to the council, ambulance board, and the
district board of directors. Concerns were
expressed whether the lease includes
verbiage on what percentage of the build-
ing is occupied by the ambulance and
how much by the fire department. An at-
tachment with this specified should be in-
cluded with the lease agreement. The fi-
nalized copy will need to be approved at
the December meeting.
Motion by S Anderson, second by M An-
derson to approve the contracted billing
service for the Ambulance district start by
December 1st if possible. Motion carried.
Motion by Morgan, second by Hustead to
approve the ambulance district using Fi-
nance Officer (FO) Anderson’s old com-
puter. Motion carried.
Motion by S Anderson, second by Dunker
to leave the Ambulance Certificate of De-
posit that just came due; in the city’s gen-
eral fund until the Ambulance district
transfer is complete. Motion carried.
Motion by Hustead, second by Dunker to
approve 1st reading of Supplemental Ap-
propriation Ordinance 12-8. Motion car-
ried.
Motion by S Anderson, second by Mor-
gan to approve Resolution 12-12: Contin-
gency Transfers. Motion carried.
RESOLUTION 12-12
SUPPLEMENTAL
APPROPRIATIONS
CONTINGENCY
TRANSFERS
WHEREAS, it appears that
there will be insufficient funds
in the 2012 General Fund
Budget to carry out the indis-
pensable functions of govern-
ment. It is proposed that the
following Supplemental Appro-
priations be adopted.
FROM: 101-0411-4115 Con-
tingency - $48,250.00
TO: 101-0413-4290 Other
Expense (Election) - $2,027.00
TO: 101-0419-4290 Other
Expense (Election) - $2,633.00
TO: 101-0419-4251 Building
Repairs - $5,654.00 (Library
doors)
TO: 101-0419-4340 Machin-
ery & Equipment - $1,666.00
(FO computer)
TO: 101-0421-4250 Repairs
- $4,305.00
TO: 101-0431-4282 I-90
Lights - $4,000.00
TO: 101-0431-4341 Re-
serve/Machinery & Equipment
- $26,250.00
TO: 101-0451-4290 Other
Expense (Pool) - $1,715.00
Dated this 8th day of Novem-
ber, 2012.
____________
David L. Hahn,
Mayor
ATTEST:
___________________
Carolynn M. Anderson,
Finance Officer
Motion by M Anderson, second by Mor-
gan to leave the sick leave policy as is,
with specific issues brought to the council
on a case by case basis.
Motion by Leonard, second by M Ander-
son to allow Jim Kitterman to use sick
leave for purpose of knee surgery and re-
covery. Motion carried.
Motion by S Anderson, second by Hus-
tead to approve plat for Butch Kitterman.
Motion carried.
Motion by Dunker, second by M Anderson
to approve the RETAIL (ON-SALE)
LIQUOR application for:
Wall Golf Course, P.O. Box 383, Wall,
SD 57790
Badlands Bar, Inc., Badlands Bar, 509
Main Street, Wall, SD 57790
Cactus Café, Inc., P.O. Box 306, Wall,
SD 57790
Wall Drug Store, Inc., 510 Main Street,
Wall, SD 57790. Motion carried.
Motion by S Anderson, second by Mor-
gan to approve the PACKAGE (OFF-
SALE) LIQUOR application for:
Rosebell Inc., Wall Food Center, P.O.
Box 8, Wall, SD 57790
Jody Gallino, Corner Pantry, 218 South
Boulevard, Wall, SD 57790. Motion car-
ried.
Motion by Hustead, second by S Ander-
son to approve the RETAIL (ON-OFF
SALE) WINE application for:
Fat Boy’s BBQ, P.O. Box 306, Wall, SD
57790
D & W Properties, Inc., Red Rock
Restaurant, 506 Glenn St, Wall, SD
57790. Motion carried.
Motion by S Anderson, second by Dunker
to approve the City minutes for October
9, 2012. Motion carried
Motion by Dunker, second by S Anderson
to approve the Fire Department minutes
for October 9, 2012. Motion carried.
Motion by Hustead, second by S Ander-
son to approve the Ambulance minutes
for September 17, 2012. Motion carried.
Motion by Morgan, second by M Ander-
son to approve the Library minutes for
October 10, 2012. Motion carried.
Motion by S Anderson, second by M An-
derson to approve Pay Request #2 for
Custom Environments for $31,225.13.
Motion carried.
Motion by Dunker, second by S Anderson
to approve the remaining November City
of Wall bills. Motion carried.
NOVEMBER 2012 CITY BILLS
ADVANCED DRUG TESTING, random
testing fee, 26.00; BEST WESTERN
RAMKOTA INN, motel rooms for confer-
ence, 367.96; DAYNA BISBEE, CC de-
posit refund, 285.00; BROSZ ENGI-
NEERING, INC, engineering fee on Air-
port building project, 3,622.83; CETEC,
sidewalk complaint research, 14,988.00;
CONTRACTOR'S SUPPLY, INC, 5 bags
of concrete, 114.50; CUSTOM ENVI-
RONMENTS INC, Pay request #2 on Air-
port project, 31,225.13; DAKOTA
BACKUP, backup service, 145.95;
DAKOTA BUSINESS CENTER, supplies-
copier contract, 82.10; DAKOTA PUMP &
CONTROL CO., INC, 2 floats for north lift
station, 125.00; DE'S OIL & PROPANE,
oil-filters-tire repair, 232.91; ANITA DER-
ANLEAU, craft show tacle refund, 30.00;
EAST PENNINGTON CONS. DIST., 32
Plum trees-20 Juniper trees, 54.28; EN-
ERGY LABORATORIES, testing, 25.00;
FIRST INTERSTATE BANK, sales tax,
512.18; FIRST INTERSTATE BANK, ach
fees, 12.30; FIRST INTERSTATE BANK,
ink cartridge for Jeff's computer, 44.99;
GOLDEN WEST TELE, office phone,
451.52; GREAT WESTERN TIRE, INC.,
repair on Loader tire, 207.50; GUNDER-
SON, PALMER, GOODSELL, lease
agreement for Ambulance district, 405.00;
LOY HAMM, CC deposit refund, 59.62;
HAWKINS, INC, water treatment, 909.12;
H-C GALLOWAYS, replacement of Mas-
ter controller for all Well's, 2,193.00; HD
SUPPLY WATERWORKS, meter for fire
hall and City shop, 820.46; KEN'S RE-
FRIGERATION, repair on Well #7 heater
207.42; JIM KITTERMAN, insurance re-
imbursement, 414.61; LYNCH, BRANDY,
CC deposit refund, 30.00; MAIN STREET
DESIGNS, holiday banners for Main
Street, 509.32; NORTHWEST PIPE FIT-
TINGS INC, hydraunt repair kit, 55.10;
ONE CALL STYSTEMS, INC., locate re-
quests, 18.87; PENNINGTON CO.
TREASURER, Refund on TIF #1 revenue
collected, 2,977.70; PENNINGTON
COUNTY COURANT, publishings,
347.64l; PETTY CASH, postage, 113.52;
POOL & SPA CENTER, Burn out, 58.26;
POSTMASTER, office stamps, 282.00;
RAPID DELIVERY INC, shipping fees for
water samples, 21.60; S.D. AIRPORT
MANAGERS ASSN., 2013 dues 25.00;
SD DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, water
testing, 176.00; GOVERNMENT FI-
NANCE OFFICERS, 2013 dues, 40.00;
S.D. HUMAN RESOURCE ASSOC, 2013
dues 25.00; S.D. PUBLIC ASSURANCE
ALLIANCE, change in loss credit with FD
off the policy, 734.85; SD ASSOC. OF
CODE ENFORCEMENT, 2013 dues,
40.00; SD DEPT OF TRANSPORTA-
TION, Airport project 2,648.01; SD MU-
NICIPAL STREET MAINTENANC, 2013
dues, 35.00; SDML, 2013 dues, 764.45;
SDML WORKERS COMP, work comp in-
surance, 5,602.00; SERVALL UNIFORM,
CC rugs, 55.63; SUM, Gloria St/James
Ave signage 185.00; WASTE
MANAGEMENT, garbage service,
7,654.77; WALL BADLANDS AREA
CHAMBER, BBB funds, 4,110.12; WALL
BUILDING CENTER & CONST, supplies,
649.03; WALL CEMETERY ASSOCIA-
TION, purchase of old stamps, 23.78;
WEST RIVER ELEC, photo cell,
8,701.93; WEST RIVER ELECTRIC
ASSOC, INC, Main St loan, 7,500.00;
WEST RIVER/LYMAN-JONES RURAL,
water purchase, 3,625.00.
TOTAL: 104,571.96
Gross Salaries – October 31, 2012:
Gross Salaries: Adm. - $5,348.66; PWD -
$9,520.08
AFLAC, Employee Supplemental Ins.,
$357.10; HEALTH POOL, Health/Life In-
surance, $4,180.42; METLIFE, Employee
Supplemental, $25.00; SDRS, Employee
Retirement, $1,754.26; SDRS-SRP, Em-
ployee Supp Retirement plan, $150.00;
FIRST INTERSTATE BANK, Employee
payroll tax, $3,097.08.
Discussion was held on the Fire Depart-
ment’s usage of credit cards and not fill-
ing out purchase orders until the bill
come. This was a finding during the audit
and needs to be resolved. Motion by S
Anderson, second by Hustead to approve
November Fire Department bills. Motion
carried.
NOVEMBER 2012 FIRE DEPT BILLS
BADLANDS BAR, meal for meeting,
59.50; BRYAN, GARRETT, Westberry-
Nemo fire, 60.00; CORNER PANTRY,
fuel, 398.47; FIRST INTERSTATE BANK,
Verizon phone bill, 811.02; FIRST WEST-
ERN INSURANCE, fire pak insurance,
6,939.00; GOLDEN WEST TELE, phone-
internet, 118.12; JEREMY HERTEL, Fork
fire, 202.50; BOYD KITTERMAN, Forks
fire, 142.50; JIM KITTERMAN, Fork
fire/Westberry-Nemo fire, 405.00;
JACKIE KUSSER, Forks fire, 345.00; M
& T FIRE AND SAFETY, fittings, 264.31;
PENN CO FIREFIGHTERS ASSOC, 12
meals for Recognition Banquet, 192.00;
PENNINGTON COUNTY COURANT,
publishing, 16.00; JOEL STEPHENS,
Westberry-Nemo fire, 60.00; WEST
RIVER ELEC, electricity, 128.32.
TOTAL: 10,141.74
Motion by S Anderson, second by Dunker
to approve the November Ambulance
bills. Motion carried.
NOVEMBER 2012
AMBULANCE BILLS
AT & T, cell phone, 46.56; CROWN OIL,
diesel fuel, 874.50; MIKE ERZ, meals in
RC, 64.74; JERRY JOHANNSEN, meals
in RC, 18.21; GOLDEN WEST, phone-in-
ternet, 181.63; KENS REFRIGERATION,
INC, clean pilot light on furnace, 51.02;
BOYD KITTERMAN, meals in RC, 35.62;
Matheson Tri-Gas Inc, oxygen supplies,
83.26; CENTERS FOR MEDICARE
SERVICES, enrollment fee, 523.00; PEN-
NINGTON COUNTY COURANT, publish-
ing, 96.00; PETALS & POTS, funeral
flowers-Holub, 30.00; RAPID CITY FIRE
DEPT, ALS runs, 1,350.00; DAWN
RICHTER, meals in RC, 18.46; WALL
BUILDING CENTER & CONST, supplies,
6.99; WEST RIVER ELEC, electricity,
147.05.
TOTAL: 3,527.04
Gross Salaries – October 31, 2012:
Gross Salaries: $8,997.43
FIRST WESTERN BANK, Employee
payroll tax, $1,722.17
Motion by Leonard, second by M Ander-
son to approve November Library bills.
Motion carried.
NOVEMBER 2012 LIBRARY BILLS
FIRST INTERSTATE BANK, fireplace in-
sert, 939.83; GOLDEN WEST TELE,
phone bill, 36.53; WALL BUILDING CEN-
TER & CONST, supplies, 43.24; WEST
Continued on page 11
Pennington County Courant • November 22, 2012 • Page 10 Public Notices
Public Notice Advertising
Protects Your Right To Know.
Proceedings of Pennington
County Commissioners
(cont. from previous page)
RIVER ELEC, electricity, 59.26.
TOTAL: 1,078.86
Gross Salaries – October 31, 2012:
Gross Salaries: $648.00
FIRST WESTERN BANK, Employee
payroll tax, $86.20
Motion by Hustead, second by Dunker to
approve November Cemetery bills. Mo-
tion carried.
NOVEMBER 2012 CEMETERY BILLS
CORNER PANTRY, fuel, 19.75.
TOTAL: 19.75
At this time the On-call schedule, Com-
munity Center report, and the Compensa-
tory report were reviewed.
Motion by S Anderson, second by Mor-
gan to approve FCCLA request for fee to
be waived for the Halloween Carnival and
a craft show table. Motion carried.
FO Anderson recently attended a Risk
Management workshop and suggested
an adoption of several risk management
items.
PWD Clark addressed the following
items: Well #7 is still out down and Cen-
tral Lift reported the warranty on the
motor was expired when the well went
down. Approximate cost for a new motor
and seal section is $31,000. Test results
on Cell 1 show that with aeration total
suspended solids could drop by about
45% with one sample and 59% with the
other sample. If mechanical aeration is
introduced, we could digest more of the
total suspended solids before they settle
out and become sludge. Cost for the aer-
ator is approximately $45,000. WREA is
looking at an off demand electrical price
and the aerator would run around 7
months out of the year with operating
costs about $10,000 for the season.
Next City Council meeting will be Decem-
ber 6th at 6:30pm.
Motion by Dunker, second by M Anderson
to go into executive session for the pur-
pose of discussing personnel issues ac-
cording to SDCL 1-25-2 at 8:15pm. Mo-
tion carried.
Mayor Hahn declared the meeting out of
executive session at 9:38pm and the
meeting was adjourned.
____________
David L. Hahn,
Mayor
___________________
Carolynn M. Anderson,
Finance Officer
Published November 22, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $209.89.
WEST RIVER WATER
DEVELOPMENT
DISTRICT
OCTOBER 11, 2012
CALL TO ORDER: The West River
Water Development District convened for
their regular meeting at the West River
Water Development District Project Office
in Murdo, SD. Chairman Joseph Hieb
called the meeting to order at 10:27 a.m.
(CT).
Roll call was taken and Chairman Hieb
declared a quorum was present. Direc-
tors present were: Joseph Hieb, Casey
Krogman, Marion Matt, Veryl Prokop and
Lorne Smith. Also present: Jake Fitzger-
ald, Manager; Kati Venard, Sec./Book-
keeper.
ADDITIONS TO AGENDA: Review FY
2013 Tax Levy
APPROVE AGENDA: Motion by Director
Krogman, seconded by Director Smith to
approve the agenda with additions. Mo-
tion carried unanimously.
APPROVE MINUTES: The minutes of
the September 20, 2012, meeting were
previously mailed to the Board for their re-
view. Motion by Director Prokop, sec-
onded by Director Matt to approve the
September minutes. Motion carried unan-
imously.
FINANCIAL REPORT:
A. APPROVAL OF BILLS: Joseph
Hieb, $56.61; Casey Krogman, $56.61;
Marion Matt, $56.61; Veryl Prokop,
$56.61; Lorne Smith, $56.61; West
River/Lyman-Jones RWS, $1,000.00; In-
ternal Revenue Service, $95.76.
Motion by Director Matt, seconded by
Director Smith to approve the District bills.
Motion carried unanimously.
B. DISTRICT FINANCIAL STATUS
REPORT: The financial status of the Dis-
trict to date was previously sent to the
Board. A copy of the September Financial
Report is on file at the District office in
Murdo. Motion by Director Prokop, sec-
onded by Director Smith to approve the
September Financial Report. Motion car-
ried unanimously.
REPORTS:
A. MANAGER'S REPORT: Manager
Fitzgerald presented his October report to
the Board. Motion by Director Krogman,
seconded by Director Matt to approve the
Manager’s Report. Motion carried unan-
imously.
B. OTHER REPORTS: None
REVIEW FY 2013 TAX LEVY: We re-
ceived the individual county tax levies
from the Department of Revenue for the
FY 2013 Tax Resolution and the Board
reviewed the numbers.
ADJOURNMENT:
There being no further business, the
meeting was adjourned at 10:33 A.M.
(CT).
ATTEST:
_________________
Kati Venard,
Recording Secretary
______________
Joseph Hieb,
Chairman
Published November 22, 2012 , at the
total approximate cost of $25.99.
WALL CITY
COUNCIL MEETING
MINUTES
NOVEMBER 14, 2012
The Wall City Council met for a special
meeting November 14th at 10:00am in
the Community Center meeting room.
Members present: Rick Hustead, Coun-
cilman; Pete Dunker, Councilman; Bill
Leonard, Councilman; Jerry Morgan,
Councilman; Mike Anderson, Council-
man; Stan Anderson, Councilman
Others present: Carolynn Anderson, Fi-
nance Officer; Jeff Clark, Public Works
Director; Laurie Hindman, Pennington
Co. Courant; Amanda Frink
(All action taken in the following minutes
carried by unanimous vote unless other-
wise stated.)
Council President Rick Hustead called
the meeting to order in the absence of
Mayor Hahn.
Motion by Leonard, second by M Ander-
son to approve the agenda. Motion car-
ried.
Amanda Frink addressed the council on
whether they would allow her to place a
modular home on the Wall Meat property.
There were two singlewide trailers there
at one time. One was moved out to the
country and the other caught fire and was
removed since it wasn’t salvageable. The
property is zoned commercial. There are
specifications that need to be followed
with the foundation for modular homes.
The consensus of the council was to
allow Amanda to proceed forward with
placing a modular home on the property
as long as the regulations are followed
and she comes back with a finalized plan
for formal approval.
Motion by S Anderson, second by Dunker
to go into executive session for the pur-
pose of discussing personnel issues ac-
cording to SDCL 1-25-2 at 10:09am. Mo-
tion carried.
Council President called the meeting out
of executive session at 11:08am.
Motion by Morgan, second by Dunker to
call for a special meeting at 9:00am on
Friday, November 16th. Motion carried.
The meeting was adjourned at 11:12am.
____________
Rick Hustead,
Council President
___________________
Carolynn M. Anderson,
Finance Officer
Published November 22, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $24.37.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
ON APPLICATION FOR
LICENSE FOR SALE OF
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE
The Quinn Town Board will consider on
Monday, December 3, 2012, following the
regular meeting for the following applica-
tion for the renewal of the alcoholic bev-
erage license for a business to operate in-
side of a municipality:
Retail (on-sale) liquor
Package (off sale) liquor
On Sale- Retailer Liquor (Sunday)
Two Bit Steakhouse & Saloon, Two Bit
Saloon & Steakhouse LLC, Hwy 14-16,
Quinn, South Dakota 57775, 1S-17E-Sec
06 069160 Lot 1 of Tract 2 of NW ¼ SE
¼, Quinn Municipality, Pennington
County, South Dakota. Anyone interested
in the approval or rejection of the above
license may appear and be heard.
Town of Quinn
Finance Officer
Deborah Bryan
Published November 22, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $11.91.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
APPLICATION FOR LICENSE FOR
SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
The Wasta Town Board of Trustees will
consider during their regular meeting on
Monday, December 3, 2012 at 7:00pm in
the community building, the following: An
application for a renewal license for a
business to operate inside of a municipal-
ity.
RETAIL (ON-SALE) LIQUOR
& PACKAGE (OFF-SALE) LIQUOR
WASTA BAR, TIM AND ROXY DIX
20 HWY 1416, WASTA SD 57791
LOT 9-10, WEST ADDITION,
WASTA MUNICIPALITY,
PENNINGTON CO., SD
Anyone interested in the approval or
objection of the above-described license
may appear and be heard.
Carolynn Anderson
Finance Officer
Town of Wasta
Published November 22, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $11.55.
NOTICE OF
HEARING
BEFORE THE PENNINGTON
COUNTY
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS
Notice is hereby given that the following
petitioners have applied to the Penning-
ton County Board of Commissioners
under the provisions of the Pennington
County Zoning Ordinance as follows:
Stuart Adrian has applied for a Setback
Variance to reduce the minimum required
setback requirements from the Section
Line right-of-way and the east property
line from 25 feet to 5 feet in a General
Agriculture District located on That Part of
E1/2SE1/4 located between Highway 40
and Lot X and Lot X of E1/2SE1/4, Sec-
tion 20, T2S, R7E, BHM, Pennington
County, South Dakota, 13790 Highway
40, in accordance with Sections 205 and
509 of the Pennington County Zoning Or-
dinance.
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
4th day of December 2012. 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.
Julie A. Pearson
Pennington County Auditor
Published November 22, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $15.88.
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 12-05 – Amendment to Section 400.3-
1-n-3(b), 6, and 10; Section 500.5-1-a-3-
a; and Section 500.5 - Table 1 of the Pen-
nington County Subdivision Regulations.
Said hearing will be held by the Planning
Commission on Monday, November 26,
2012, at 9:00 a.m. and the Pennington
County Board of Commissioners on
Tuesday, December 4, 2012, at 10:30
a.m. in the Commissioners’ Meeting
Room at the Pennington County Court-
house, Rapid City, South Dakota. Any in-
terested party may appear and be heard.
Copies of the proposed amendments
may be viewed at the Planning Depart-
ment located at 315 St. Joseph Street,
Suite 118, Rapid City, South Dakota, dur-
ing 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 November 22, 2012, at the
total approximate cost of $18.43.
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Vo|ume 107
November 15, 2012
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Tho WnII CIfv CouncII mof on
Thursdnv, Þovombor 8, nf 6:30
p.m. nf fho WnII CommunIfv Con-
for moofIng room.
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nIngfon Counfv ShorIff`s Ðopnrf-
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:WnII Ðrug wns npprovod fo In-
sfnII n now fncndo for fho WnII
Ðrug MnII.
:CondIfIonnI !so for fho IoI-
Ishod IInkv wns ronowod for nn-
ofhor fhroo vonrs.
An ordInnnco wIII bo drnwn up
whIch wIII IncIudo fIorod fInos for
commorcInI busInossos cnughf
usIng nnofhor commorcInI busI-
noss` dumpsfor.
Mnvor Ðnvo Hnhn nskod If Iro-
sfon Johnson, IInnnco OffIcor Cnr-
oIvnn Andorson, fwo councII mom-
bors nnd hImsoIf npprovo bIds for
fho nIrporf snow romovnI oquIp-
monf. Hnhn dIdn`f wnnf fo cnII n
spocInI moofIng for fhIs purposo.
TrnffIc hns boon spoodIng
fhrough fho grnvoI pnrkIng Iof nnd
Hnhn nskod, ¨How do wo hnndIo
fhIs Issuo¨¨ SIgns hnvo boon posfod
for ¨Þo OvornIghf CnmpIng¨ nnd
¨Iroo CIfv InrkIng,¨ buf fho sIgns
nron`f boIng onforcod. If wns do-
cIdod fo posf spood IImIf sIgns nf
fho grnvoI pnrkIng Iof nnd fho oId
schooI pnrkIng Iof nnd hnvo fho po-
IIco onforco fho now spood IImIf.
An ngroomonf hns boon drnwn
up nnd npprovod fo nIIow dopufIos
fo pnrk fhoIr porsonnI vohIcIos In
fho poIIco sfnfIon gnrngo.
IubIIc Works ÐIrocfor Joff CInrk
roporfod duo fo fho bIg wInd fhnf
wo hnd n coupIo of wooks ngo fho
scrows In n coupIo of fho now sfroof
IIghfs hnvo boon sfrIppod ouf. Ho
nofod fho mnffor hns boon furnod
ovor fo fho cIfv ongInoor. CInrk Is
wnIfIng fo honr bnck from fho ongI-
noor nf fhIs fImo.
Hnhn roporfod ho roconfIv nf-
fondod nn Imorgoncv Mnnngo-
monf moofIng nnd sfnfod, ¨Thoro
nro Issuos concornIng fho cIfv.¨ Ho
nskod fho councII whnf wouId hnp-
pon If fho cIfv Iosf powor nnd fho
WnII CommunIfv Confor Crnnd
HnII wns fIIIod wIfh poopIo¨ Ho
wonf on fo snv fhnf fho cIfv hns nn
opporfunIfv fo buv nn omorgoncv
gonornfor nnd fhoIr cosf wouId
mnvbo bo 25 porconf. Ho doosn`f
hnvo nn osfImnfo vof buf fho
Imorgoncv Mnnngomonf ÐIrocfor
wIII bo nf fho Ðocombor moofIng.
CInrk wIII gof osfImnfos nnd brIng
bnck fo fho Ðocombor moofIng.
CInrk gnvo nn updnfo on fho
sowor/Ingoon projocf. AII fho onso-
monfs buf ono hnvo boon sIgnod
who wouId soII fho cIfv fho prop-
orfv fhnf fhov nood. Tho Wnfor
nnd Wnsfo CommIffoo rocom-
mondod fhnf fho cIfv buv fho prop-
orfv. A mofIon wns mndo nnd np-
provod fo nIIow fho commIffoo fo
purchnso fho proporfv.
Tho AmbuInnco ÐIsfrIcf Ionso
ngroomonf wns rovIowod. If wns
docIdod fo gof fho squnro foofngo of
fho buIIdIng fhnf housos fho nmbu-
Inncos nnd fIro frucks nnd dofor-
mIno fho squnro foofngo In ordor fo
profocf fho fIro dopnrfmonf In fho
Ionso ngroomonf.
Tho councII npprovod fho bIIIIng
for fho nmbuInnco fo sfnrf bv Ðo-
combor l.
CnroIvnn Andorson wns gIvon
npprovnI fo uso hor oId compufor
for fho nmbuInnco dIsfrIcf.
Tho AmbuInnco CÐ hns como
duo nnd CnroIvnn Andorson nskod
whnf sho shouId do wIfh fho
monov. Sho hns puf fho monov Info
fho gonornI fund for fho fImo
boIng. CouncII npprovod fo Ionvo
fho monov In fho fund unfII fho
AmbuInnco ÐIsfrIcf Is up nnd run-
nIng.
IIrsf rondIng of SuppIomonfnI
ApproprInfIon OrdInnnco wns np-
provod.
!osoIufIon l2-l2: ConfIngoncv
frnnsfors wns npprovod.
SIck Ionvo poIIcv whIch wns dIs-
cussod nf fho ond of Insf vonr wns
broughf up ngnIn. JIm KIfformnn
mndo n fow chnngos fo fho poIIcv
for fho councII fo rovIow. Hnhn
sfnfod, ¨Tho ronson fho poIIcv wns
chnngod wns duo fo If boIng mIs-
usod.¨ CnroIvnn Andorson nofod If
wIII sfIII gof mIsusod nnd wo cnn`f
koop fwonkIng fho poIIcv nnd om-
pIovoos cnn uso fhoIr comp fImo for
fhIs ronson. JIm KIfformnn In-
formod fho councII ho wIII bo gof-
fIng hIs knoos ropIncod nnd cnn`f
uso sIck Ionvo whIch Is sfupId.
CouncII docIdod fhov wIII grnnf np-
provnI on n cnso-bv-cnso bnsIs nnd
npprovod fo Ionvo fho poIIcv ns If
Is. JIm KIfformnn wns grnnfod n
vnrInnco fo uso fho sIck Ionvo poI-
Icv fo gof hIs knoos fIxod.
KIfformnn pInf wns npprovod fo
bo pInffod Info fwo dIfforonf prop-
orfIos.
!ofnII (On-SnIo) IIquor IIconsos
woro npprovod for: WnII CoIf
Courso, IndInnds Inr, Inc., Cncfus
Cnfo, Inc. nnd WnII Ðrug Sforo.
Inckngo (Off-SnIo) IIquor II-
consos woro npprovod for: !osoboII,
Inc., WnII Iood Confor nnd Jodv
CnIIIno, Cornor Innfrv.
!ofnII (On-Off SnIo) WIno II-
consos woro npprovod for: Inf
Iov`s IIQ nnd Ð & W proporfIos,
Inc., !od !ock !osfnurnnf.
CouncII npprovod fho foIIowIng
mInufos for: CIfv of WnII, IIro Ðo-
pnrfmonf, AmbuInnco nnd !Ibrnrv.
Inv roquosf numbor fwo for
Cusfom InvIronmonfs for fho now
buIIdIng nf fho nIrporf In fho
nmounf of $3l,225.l3 wns np-
provod.
CIfv of WnII bIIIs wns npprovod.
IIro dopnrfmonf bIIIs broughf n
dIscussIon bofwoon fho councII nnd
fIro dopnrfmonf mombors who
wouId IIko fo purchnso n now com-
pufor for fho fIro dopnrfmonf. Cnr-
oIvnn Andorson oxpInInod fhnf
fhoIr budgof hns boon sponf nnd
fhov hnvo no monov nf fhIs fImo fo
purchnso fho compufor. IIro do-
pnrfmonf mombors nskod fho
councII how fhov cnn mnko pur-
chnsos whon corfnIn Issuos nrIso
fhnf nron`f In fhoIr budgof¨ Tho
fIro dopnrfmonf mombors wonf on
fo snv fhnf ovorvono noods fo bo
fronfod fnIrIv whon If comos fo
budgofs. Tho fIro dopnrfmonf
mombors nskod, sInco fhov hnvo no
monov, cnn fhov fnko fho fIro
frucks ouf¨ CouncII nskod If fho
compufor couId wnIf unfII noxf
vonr, fo whIch fhov ropIIod fhnf If
couId.
Iurchnso ordors for fho fIro do-
pnrfmonf nro nof boIng compIofod
boforo Ifoms nro boIng purchnsod.
CnroIvnn Andorson snId fhnf sho
Is fho ono who fnkos fho honf for
fhIs Issuo whon fho nudIf Is boIng
porformod. JIm KIfformnn snId ho
hnd purchnsod Ink for fho fIro do-
pnrfmonf compufor nnd usod fhoIr
crodIf cnrd nnd fIIIod ouf fho pur-
chnso ordor whon ho gof homo.
Iurchnso ordors wIII bo fIIIod ouf
fIrsf from now on.
ICC!A roquosfod fo hnvo fho
foos wnIvod for fhoIr HnIIowoon
CnrnIvnI nnd crnff show fnbIo nf
fho Crnnd HnII. CouncII npprovod.
IInnnco OffIcor CnroIvnn Andor-
son roporfod on fho !Isk Mnnngo-
monf Workshop sho roconfIv nf-
fondod. Sho hns sonf ouf n IIsf of II-
nbIIIfv Issuos fhnf fho cIfv shouId
ImpIomonf. Thov wIII bo rovIowod
nnd dIscussod nf fho noxf moofIng.
IubIIc Works ÐIrocfor Joff CInrk
Informod fho councII fhnf WoII ? Is
sfIII down nnd ho Is wnIfIng for
Wosforn IngInoorIng ConfrnI fo
gof In fouch wIfh hIm. CoII l fosf
rosuIfs nro bnck In nnd fho nornfor
fhnf fho cIfv ongInoor hns proposod
fo fho cIfv wouId hoIp fho coII
mnko boffor wnsfo wnfor.
A mofIon fo onfor Info oxocufIvo
sossIon for fho purposo of dIs-
cussIng porsonnoI Issuos nccordIng
fo SÐC! l-25-2 wns npprovod.
CouncII onforod ouf of oxocufIvo
sossIon nnd fho moofIng wns nd-
journod.
Tho noxf councII moofIng wIII bo
hoId on Thursdnv, Ðocombor 6, nf
6:30 p.m. nf fho WnII CommunIfv
Confor moofIng room.
City CounciI approves Iiquor Iicense appIications renewaIs
Official 2012 Pennington
County election results
May this day be fiIIed with aII
of the things you hoId dear.
hanksulvlnu
rcctlnus
Peaa¡agtoa Couaty
Couraat
Don, 1ami, Pnn, Laurie ö Correspondents
Vofornn`s Ðnv 20l2 wns coIo-
brnfod nf fho WnII SchooI on Mon-
dnv, Þovombor l2.
Tho SonIor CInss of 20l3 wns In
chnrgo of fho progrnm. VIoIInIsf
!IbbI Svkorn nnd MnddI Inuor
porformod fho Sfnr SpnngIod Inn-
nor. Tho WnII KIndorgnrfon CInss
Iod fho IIodgo of AIIogInnco.
Tnrnn IIsonbrnun nnd !vdor
WIIson woIcomod fho crowd nnd
fho hIsforv of Vofornn`s Ðnv wns
gIvon.
!oII cnII wns gIvon bv Iornnrd
Iosfor nnd vofornns sfood ns fhoIr
nnmos woro cnIIod.
!omombrnnco of InIIon Horoos
wns gIvon for fho foIIowIng:
:Ðwnvno M. CoIomnn wns born
Ocfobor 2?, l924 In Wnsfn. Ho
grndunfod from Wnsfn nnd nf-
fondod Tho !nIvorsIfv of
WvomIng. CoIomnns sorvod ns nn
offIcor In fho !S Armv AIr Corps
ns n nnvIgnfor on fho I-24 bombor
wIfh ncfIon In Iurmn, SInm nnd
IndIn. IunornI sorvIcos for Ðwnvno
M. CoIomnn woro hoId AprII 24,
20l2, wIfh mIIIfnrv honors nf
MounfnIn VIow Comoforv.
:MIchnoI J. ChnpoII grow up
nnd nffondod schooI In WnII, Soufh
Ðnkofn. Ho sorvod fhroo vonrs In
fho Armv MIIIfnrv from l9?l -
l9?4. Ho wns sfnfIonod In mnnv Io-
cnfIons, bofh foroIgn nnd fho
!nIfod Sfnfos. A momorInI sorvIco
wns hoId on IrIdnv, Juno l3, wIfh
Inuromonf nf fho IInck HIIIs Þn-
fIonnI Comoforv.
:Konnofh C. !ovIk wns good
frIonds wIfh ÐnvId WhIfwor. Ho
IIvod In WnII unfII ho joInod fho
Armv Is l952. Affor bnsIc frnInIng
ho wns sfnfIonod for fhroo vonrs In
Cormnnv, nnofhor fhroo vonrs In
HnwnII, nnd ono vonr In VIofnnm.
Ho wns nssIgnod fo fho SIgnnI
Corps nnd hnd fop socrof cIonrnnco
unfII ho nffnInod fho rnnk of ChIof
Wnrrnnf OffIcor. Affor sorvIng
ovor 20 vonrs ho rofIrod from fho
Armv. !ovIk pnssod nwnv on Ðo-
combor 25, 20ll. Inuromonf wIfh
mIIIfnrv honors wns hoId nf fho
IInck HIIIs ÞnfIonnI Comoforv.
:IrwIn I. IIsonbrnun nnd hIs
fnmIIv omIgrnfod from IIfzbock
Cormnnv whon IrwIn wns fwo
vonrs oId. Ho wns drnffod nf fho
ngo of 20 nnd sorvod In fho !S
Armv nf vnrIous IocnfIons boforo
rocoIvIng hIs honornbIo dIschnrgo.
CommIffnI sorvIcos wIfh mIIIfnrv
honor wns hoId on Mnv l, 20l2 nf
fho IInck HIIIs ÞnfIonnI Como-
forv.
:CIIfford Ð. SznrkowskI joInod
fho Armv ÞnfIonnI Cunrd In l94l.
In l942 ho wns dopIovod fo fho Iu-
roponn nnd AfrIcnn Wnr nrons
whoro ho sorvod In combnf sIfun-
fIons for fwo vonrs. Ho wns puf fo
rosf In fho IInck HIIIs ÞnfIonnI
Comoforv on Jnnunrv 2, 20l2,
:Iurfon Iugono Crnwford on-
IIsfod In fho Þnvv AIrs Corps In
l942 nnd wns honornbIv dIs-
chnrgod In l946. IunornI sorvIcos
woro hoId on Iobrunrv 24, 20l2.
Informonf foIIowod nf IInck HIIIs
ÞnfIonnI Comoforv wIfh mIIIfnrv
honors.
:!vnn WIIIInms onforod Info fho
Armv In l945. Ho fook hIs bnsIc
frnInIng nf Cnmp !IvIngsfon,
!ouIsInnn. Ho wns nssIgnod fo fho
nrmv bnso In fho AIoufInn IsInnds
nonr Adnk, AInskn, whoro ho
sorvod ns mnII cIork nnd wns fho
compnnv bnrbor for fho l583 IngI-
noor Infnnfrv ÐIvIsIon. WIIIInms
pnssod nwnv on Mnv 28, 20l2. In-
formonf wIfh mIIIfnrv honors wns
hoId nf fho IInck HIIIs ÞnfIonnI
Comoforv.
:!oborf M. Knufson joInod fho
Armv AIr Corps In l943 nnd
sorvod durIng WorId Wnr II. In-
fornmonf fook pInco on JuIv 2? nf
fho MounfnIn VIow Comoforv In
!npId CIfv. Tho VIW Iosf l2?3
nnd Soufh Ðnkofn ÞnfIonnI
Cunrds prosonfod MIIIfnrv Hon-
ors.
:!Ichnrd !. WIIIuwoIf wns
drnffod Info fho Armv nnd wns sfn-
fIonod nf If. !owIs, WnshIngfon
for fwo vonrs. In l990, ho wns
cnIIod up fo sorvo hIs counfrv wIfh
hIs ÞnfIonnI Cunrd !nIf fo Oporn-
fIon Ðosorf Sform. Ho pnssod
nwnv on Mnv l, 20l2 nnd wns
burIod nf fho IInck HIIIs ÞnfIonnI
Comoforv.
:ChnrIos W. Johnson sorvod In
fho !S Þnvv on fho AIrcrnff Cnr-
rIor !SS IhIIIppIno Son. HIs nnvnI
group oscorfod AdmIrnI IIrd fo
AnfnrcfIcn on fho l94? oxpIo-
rnfIons. ChnrIos pnssod nwnv on
Augusf 3l, 20l2.
:Iovd Ð. Sobndo joInod fho
Þnvv nnd sorvod durIng WorId
Wnr II, nbonrd fho ¨AIoxnndor ÐnI-
Ins¨ Ðosfrovor, mosfIv In fho Soufh
IncIfIc. Iovd pnssod nwnv on Þo-
vombor 26, 20ll nf fho ngo of 88.
:Konnofh ¨KonnIo¨ Wood sorvod
sIx vonrs wIfh fho !S Þnvv In bofh
fho AfInnfIc nnd IncIfIc Wnr
Zonos. Ho pnssod nwnv on AprII 2,
20l2. IunornI sorvIcos woro hoId
nf fho !nIfod MofhodIsf Church In
WnII, wIfh burInI nnd mIIIfnrv hon-
ors In fho WnII Comoforv.
:ÐnrwIn Ð. HockIng sorvod hIs
counfrv In fho !nIfod Sfnfos Armv
nnd confInuod fhnf sorvIco In fho
Armv !osorvos. MomorInI sorvIcos
woro hoId on Ocfobor 28, 20l2 nf
fho Shophord of fho HIIIs !ufhornn
Church In OnnInskn, WIsconsIn.
MIIIfnrv honors foIIowod sorvIcos
nf fho church.
MusIc wns porformod bv fho
WnII HIgh SchooI bnnd nnd choIr.
Vnn SImpfondorfor hnndod ouf
Iovs Sfnfo nwnrds fo !vdor WII-
son nnd Codv HnrrIs.
IIII Hnmnnn Infroducod fho In-
frIofs Ion wInnors: fIrsf - ImIIv
IorrIs, socond - Snvnnnn
Ðoufschor nnd fhIrd - AIInn Mc-
ÐonnoII. VoIco of Ðomocrncv wns
gIvon fo: fIrsf - SforIIng IIIons, soc-
ond - CnrIoo Johnsfon, fhIrd - Co-
IIno Trnsk.
CoromonInI foIdIng of fho IIng
wns gIvon bv fho cInss of 20l2 nnd
fho oIomonfnrv vIdoo cIosod fho
progrnm for 20l2.
Veteran's Day 2012 ceIebrated at WaII SchooI
Veteran's Day program was heId at the WaII SchooI Gym on Mon-
day, November 12. Pictured from Ieft to right: back row ... Taran
Eisenbraun, Ryder WiIson, BiII Leonard, Wayne ShuII and Pete
Dunker. Front row: from Ieft to right ... Bernard Foster, BiII
Hamann, Van Simpfenderfer and BiII BieImaier.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
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CAPP RANCH INC. - 100 DWF & FWF STFS; FS.500-550=
BRINK - 60 DLK & DWF CLVS; FS ......................450-550=
TOPE & TOPE - 60 DLK STFS;
FS,NI,AN ..........................................................450-550=
KEESTER - 50 X DFED CLVS; NI .......................300-600=
GOOD - 35 DLK & DWF CLVS; FS,NI...................500-550=
COLLINS - 34 DLK & DWF CLVS; FS,NI ..............450-550=
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TUESDAY, DEC. 1S: SPECIAL ALL-DFEEDS
CALF SALE & SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED
HEIFEF SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE, &
THOMAS FANCH FALL DULL SALE
TUESDAY, DEC. 2S. NO SALE
WEIGH-UPS:
CHUCK & ELEANOR 2UCCARO - MIDLAND
31 ...................................FED HFFS 994=......$130.75
HOWARD INGALLS & SONS - OPAL
5......................................DLK HFFS 904=......$130.00
LL & RE KJERSTAD LIVING TRUST - QUINN
12 .........................DLK & DWF HFFS 891=......$129.00
2...............................DLK COWETTES 1033=......$95.00
1......................................DWF COW 1315=......$69.00
GOLDEN WILLOW SEEDS - MIDLAND
4......................................DLK HFFS 965=......$121.00
CLEVE PRICHARD - KADOKA
2......................................DLK HFFS 965=......$119.00
ROSETH BROTHERS - MIDLAND
12 ..................................DLK HFFTS 937=......$126.00
9.....................................DLK COWS 1152=......$81.00
FRANK BLOOM - SCENIC
5....................................DLK HFFTS 901=......$122.50
DALLIS BASEL - UNION CENTER
1 .....................................FED HFFS 855=......$119.00
JIM BOB & KAYLA EYMER - MILESVILLE
11..................................FED HFFTS 841=......$119.00
BILL MUNROE - UNION CENTER
4....................................DLK HFFTS 738=......$116.00
3....................................DLK HFFTS 867=......$114.00
R & G SMITH RANCH - QUINN
6...............................DLK COWETTES 978=......$101.00
JAY VOGELGESANG - WANBLEE
9 .........................DLK & DWF HFFTS 859=......$114.00
COLBY PORCH - WANBLEE
1 ................................DLK COWETTE 1000=......$96.00
FRANK BLOOM - SCENIC
32........................DLK & DWF HFFTS 916=......$113.00
7 ..........................DLK & DWF COWS 1229=......$73.25
PAULA VOGELGESANG - WANBLEE
1......................................DLK HFFT 890=......$112.00
2...............................DLK COWETTES 948=........$93.00
WAYNE ARP & SHARON JAHRAUS - MASON CITY, IA
3....................................DLK HFFTS 878=......$112.00
STEVE & TUCKER MCDANIEL - MIDLAND
25........................FED & DLK HFFTS 887=......$111.50
MCDANIEL BROTHERS - PHILIP
6...............................DLK COWETTES 937=......$109.00
COLTON MCDANIEL - PHILIP
4...............................DLK COWETTES 919=......$108.00
COLTON CARTER - MIDLAND
10.............................DLK COWETTES 979=......$105.00
DENNIS & GWEN 2ELFER - SCENIC
1....................................HEFF DULL 2155=......$92.50
RON HOWIE - WHITE OWL
1 ......................................DLK COW 1855=......$79.50
1 ......................................DLK COW 1615=......$79.50
ROBERT THOMSEN - LONG VALLEY
2...................................CHAF COWS 1100=......$79.00
5...............................DLK COWETTES 1072=......$86.00
KUDRNA RANCH - SCENIC
1 ......................................DLK COW 1295=......$78.00
1......................................DWF COW 1545=......$75.00
5...........................FED & DLK COWS 1308=......$72.00
PAT & ROSE TRASK - WASTA
1......................................DLK DULL 2015=......$91.50
2 ....................................DLK DULLS 1945=......$82.50
RON HOWIE - WHITE OWL
1 ....................................HEFF COW 1570=......$76.00
RUSSELL SIMONS - FAITH
2 ..........................DLK & DWF COWS 1493=......$75.50
DOUG HUSTON - MIDLAND
1......................................DWF COW 1270=......$75.50
DONNA ALEXANDER - HILL CITY
1......................................FWF COW 1280=......$75.00
JIM HUGHES - CUSTER
4.....................................DLK COWS 1463=......$74.50
DALE JARMAN - MIDLAND
1......................................FWF COW 1290=......$74.00
JAMES LOFTUS - BOX ELDER
6 ..........................DLK & DWF COWS 1588=......$73.00
GLENN JONES - WHITE OWL
1......................................FED COW 1365=......$73.00
2 ..............................FED COWETTES 1000=......$92.00
BLAINE KROGMAN - WHITE RIVER
1......................................DWF COW 1340=......$73.00
KADEN DEAL - DUPREE
1......................................FWF COW 1305=......$72.00
KUDRNA RANCH - SCENIC
1......................................DLK DULL 1765=......$92.00
1......................................DLK DULL 1875=......$88.00
SHAWN FUGIER - BUFFALO GAP
3.........................DLK & HEFF COWS 1288=......$71.75
SHAW RANCH INC - WHITE OWL
1 ......................................DLK COW 1305=......$71.50
1 ......................................DLK COW 1395=......$69.00
KAREN BRYAN - VALE
5.....................................DLK COWS 1139=......$71.50
BRAD & JODY STOUT - KADOKA
1 ......................................DLK COW 1495=......$71.00
MYRON WILLIAMS - WALL
7...........................FED & DLK COWS 1613=......$70.50
DUANE JOBGEN - SCENIC
5.....................................DLK COWS 1455=......$70.50
DEAN HEEB - MIDLAND
1 ......................................DLK COW 1345=......$70.50
SLC TRUST - HERMOSA
9 ..........................DLK & DWF COWS 1277=......$70.50
MARTY PRINT2 - NEW UNDERWOOD
1 ......................................DLK COW 1475=......$70.00
SOUTH DAKOTA
BRAND SELLING
TUESDAY,
DECEMBER 11,
AT 12:00 MT RH CATTLE
CATTL£ R£PORT - TU£S., NOV. 2D, 2DJ2
B1g run o] bred oo111e ond on e×1ro b1g run o] ue1gÞ-
ups. Hoppg TÞonKsg1v1ng ]rom PÞ111p L1ves1ooK.
BRED CATTLE:
JEFF MADSEN - QUINN
29.........................DLK & DWF 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 977=...........$1,560.00
25............................................FED 3 & 4 YF OLD 978=...........$1,550.00
42.........................FED & DLK 5 & 6 YF OLD COWS 1165=.........$1,400.00
23.........................FED & DLK SOLID MOUTH COWS 1225=.........$1,050.00
KUDRNA RANCH - SCENIC
31.........................DLK & DWF 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 1138=.........$1,500.00
46.........................DLK & DWF 5 & 6 YF OLD COWS 1350=.........$1,440.00
21........................................................DLK HFFS 1000=.........$1,300.00
44 ........................DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH COWS 1380=.........$1,150.00
42 .....................DLK & DWF DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1374=.........$1,050.00
CHRIS & LEO GRUBL - STURGIS
13 ............................DLK HFFS (MAF 10, 30 DAYSi 1100=.........$1,390.00
11 ..................................DLK 3 TO 6 YF OLD COWS 1275=.........$1,125.00
HOWARD INGALLS & SONS - OPAL
55 ............................DLK HFFS (MAF 10, 30 DAYSi 961=...........$1,425.00
35 ............................DLK HFFS (MAF 10, 30 DAYSi 872=...........$1,200.00
CLEVE PRICHARD - KADOKA
66 .............................DLK HFFS (FED 20, 15 DAYSi 948=...........$1,410.00
23 .............................DLK HFFS (FED 20, 15 DAYSi 896=...........$1,360.00
13 .............................DLK HFFS (FED 20, 15 DAYSi 905=...........$1,330.00
21 ..............................DLK HFFS (MAF 7, 15 DAYSi 935=...........$1,400.00
36 ..............................DLK HFFS (MAF 7, 15 DAYSi 947=...........$1,370.00
21 ..............................DLK HFFS (MAF 7, 15 DAYSi 896=...........$1,175.00
DALLIS BASEL - UNION CENTER
21 ...........................................FED HFFS (MAF 1i 888=...........$1,400.00
8 .............................................FED HFFS (MAF 1i 825=...........$1,300.00
PAUL SCHNOSE - BUFFALO GAP
30 ...................................DLK 3 & 4 YF OLD COWS 1014=.........$1,470.00
KAREN BRYAN - VALE
14.......................DLK & DWF 3 TO 6 YF OLD COWS 1172=.........$1,350.00
11 ........................DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH COWS 1426=.........$1,060.00
34......................FED & DLK DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1320=............$910.00
SHAWN FUGIER - BUFFALO GAP
9..........................DLK & DWF 3 TO 6 YF OLD COWS 1254=.........$1,200.00
7 ..........................DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH COWS 1412=............$960.00
5 ...................HEFF SOLID & DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1351=............$920.00
5 .......................DLK & DWF DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1323=............$910.00
JAY LIVERMONT - WANBLEE
11.............................................DLK YOUNC COWS 1097=.........$1,150.00
15...................................DLK SOLID MOUTH COWS 1258=............$960.00
26....................................DLK DFKN MOUTH COWS 1262=............$900.00
DEAN HEEB - MIDLAND
4.........................DLK & DWF 4 TO 6 YF OLD COWS 1196=.........$1,100.00
MORTENSON CATTLE CO. - HAYES
26 ........................DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH COWS 1315=.........$1,070.00
55......................FED & DLK DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1370=............$950.00
WILLIAM SCOTT PHILLIPS - NEW UNDERWOOD
7..........................DLK & DWF 3 TO 6 YF OLD COWS 1075=.........$1,050.00
ANITA HEATHERSHAW - QUINN
14...................................DLK SOLID MOUTH COWS 1239=.........$1,025.00
17.................................DLK DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1263=............$900.00
JOE HARMON - VALE
10 ........................DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH COWS 1321=.........$1,010.00
19 ......................................DLK & DWF DM COWS 1374=............$980.00
BRAD & JODY STOUT - KADOKA
22................................DLK DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1390=.........$1,004.28
15 ...........................................DLK & DWF COWS 1424=............$985.00
DARREN GEBES - MILESVILLE
3 ...................................DLK 5 TO 6 YF OLD COWS 1330=.........$1,000.00
DILLON & JEREMIAH WHITCHER - RAPID CITY
19...................DLK & DWF YOUNC TO SOLID MOUTH 1246=............$985.00
TROY & DAWN RICHTER - QUINN
10............................DLK 5 TO SOLID MOUTH COWS 1266=............$980.00
22 .....................DLK & DWF DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1300=............$900.00
SCOTT EDOFF - HERMOSA
17 ........................DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH COWS 1144=............$980.00
MARK & JUDITH RADWAY - PHILIP
11.........................FED & DLK SOLID MOUTH COWS 1315=............$960.00
24.........................DLK & DWF DFKN MOUTH COWS 1318=............$885.00
STERLING RIGGINS - PHILIP
13 ...........DLK & DWF 5 YFS TO SOLID MOUTH COWS 1318=............$950.00
2EB HOFFMAN - CREIGHTON
11........................FED & FWF SOLID MOUTH COWS 1204=............$950.00
BLAINE KROGMAN - WHITE RIVER
44.........................DLK & DWF DFKN MOUTH COWS 1362=............$935.00
15 ........................DLK & DWF SOLID MOUTH COWS 1339=.........$1,000.00
ADAM ROSETH - MIDLAND
8 .......................DLK & DWF DFOKEN MOUTH COWS 1359=............$930.00
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FOCUS ON THE FAMILY
with Dr. James
Dobson
Dr. Dobson Answers
your Questions
QuESTION: When we got en-
gaged, I thought my spouse could
do no wrong. Now that we're mar-
ried, I've become aware that the
person of my dreams actually has
some very annoying habits. How
do I deal with this situation? Is it
possible to change your mate?
ANSWER: It's normal to be an-
noyed with your spouse's habits.
It's also fairly common to discover
that the two of you have conflicting
personalities. What you need to re-
member is that you willingly chose
to marry this person, not just be-
cause you shared some similari-
ties, but also for the differences.
You felt the need to be completed
by another person who is unlike
you in some significant ways. The
key is to work together to change
the habits that can be changed and
learn to accept those that can't.
In an effort to coax constructive
change in a spouse, some people
resort to manipulative measures.
They leave pamphlets or books
around in the hope that their part-
ner will get the hint. Don't take
that route. Instead, if you have a
concern, assume ownership of your
feelings. Voice them honestly and
respectfully. Sometimes expressing
them in a note can reduce defen-
siveness and cut through commu-
nication difficulties.
You should also ask yourself why
you want your spouse to change. Is
it merely to please yourself or
make your mate more like you?
Would this change make things
easier for you while causing your
spouse to feel imprisoned? Or is it
calculated to eliminate behaviors
that are actually preventing your
partner from growing emotionally
and spiritually? In other words, is
your goal to liberate your spouse or
to restrict his or her freedom?
Ultimately, nobody can change
another person. The only person
you can change is yourself. This
doesn't mean, of course, that there
are no limits to what's appropriate
in a marriage: you don't need to ac-
cept abusive behavior, and physi-
cal aggression is not to be tolerated
for a moment. Still, in the case of
smaller, less pernicious habits, it
may be worth addressing the issue
if you think the alteration would
truly benefit both of you and put
your relationship on a stronger
footing. If you choose to follow this
course of action, be sure to keep
the following guidelines in mind:
1. Tackle the problem honestly.
Don't beat around the bush. In-
stead, say something like, "Honey,
it bothers me when you burp at the
table. It teaches the kids a bad
habit, and it's rude and offensive
to guests."
2. Explain the benefit of the
change. For example, "Meals will
be more pleasant for all of us, and
you'll be a good example to our
guests."
3. Don't demand change. In-
stead, request it. Your spouse will
respond more favorably.
4. Don't attack your mate. When
you attack your spouse, you crush
his or her spirit. Confront the
problem; don't belittle the person.
5. Discuss ways to bring about
the desired change. Change is
hard for all of us. Let your spouse
know that you're on his or her side.
Help him or her find ways to alter
bad habits.
6. Encourage your spouse's
growth. Acknowledge progress in
the desired direction, and offer
praise and expressions of appreci-
ation for your mate's efforts.
7. Recognize that change takes
time. Be patient, and let your
spouse know that you're in this to-
gether for the long haul.
8. Focus on your spouse's good
habits, not just the irritating ones.
Look for the good in your mate. Re-
member Paul's exhortation in
Philippians 4:8: "Whatever is hon-
orable, pure, just, lovely … think
on these things."
9. Pray for your spouse. God is
ultimately the one who makes
change possible. So pray for your
mate's efforts. And since some be-
haviors may never change, ask
God to give you grace to accept the
differences between you.
10. Seek to change the habit, not
the person. If you're trying to alter
your spouse's personality or tem-
perament, you'll be fighting a los-
ing battle that will end in frustra-
tion for both of you.
If you need help implementing
these suggestions, we'd highly rec-
ommend that you seek profes-
sional counseling.
Send your questions to Dr. Dob-
son, c/o Focus on the Family, PO
Box 444, Colorado Springs, CO
80903. This question and answer
is excerpted from books authored
by Dr. James Dobson and pub-
lished by Tyndale House Publish-
ers. Dr. Dobson is the Chairman of
the Board of Focus on the Family,
a nonprofit organization dedicated
to the preservation of the home.
Copyright 2003 James Dobson,
Inc. All rights reserved. Interna-
tional copyright secured.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
ON LICENSE
APPLICATIONS FOR SALE
OF LIQUOR
The Board of County Commissioners of
Pennington County, South Dakota on
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at their
meeting that commences at 9:00 A.M., in
the County Commissioners’ Meeting
Room in the Pennington County Court-
house at Rapid City, South Dakota, will
consider the following liquor license ap-
plications to operate outside of munici-
palities:
RENEWAL OF RETAIL (ON-SALE)
LIQUOR LICENSE WITH SUNDAY
OPENING for 2013
CENTRAL STATES FAIR INC., Central
States Fair, Inc., 800 San Francisco St.,
Rapid City, SD 57701; N 1080’ of E 30
Acres if SE ¼ of NE 14, 1N-080 Sec 6,
unplatted BHM, Rapid City, Pennington
County, South Dakota, and SW ¼ NE ¼,
IN-08E, Sec 6 Unplatted BHM, Rapid
City, Pennington County, South Dakota.
COUNTRY INN BAR & CASINO, The
Covington Consulting Group, Inc, 23820
Highway 385, Rapid City, SD 57702, Lot
1 of Section 22 of Three Forks Store Ad-
dition, T1S, R5E, Pennington County,
South Dakota.
THE GASLIGHT, Vengeance LLC,
13490 Main Street, Rockerville, SD
57702, Lot 1, Rockerville Ghost Town
Subdivision, Section 13, T1S, R6E,
BHM, Pennington County, South Dakota.
HOLY SMOKE RESORT, Holy Smoke
Resort, Inc., 24105 Hwy 16A, Keystone,
SD 57751, GL 16, Less ROW; unplatted
balance of GL21 Less ROW; Lot A, T1S,
R6E, Section 31, BHM, Pennington
County, South Dakota.
HORSE CREEK INN, Castle Creek En-
terprises Inc., 23570 Hwy 385, Rapid
City, SD 57702, Lot 17, T1S, R5E, Sec-
tion 2, Saxon Placer MS 1250, Less Out-
lot 1 & RTY (Also in Section 3), BHM,
Pennington County, South Dakota.
MOUNT RUSHMORE NATIONAL ME-
MORIAL, Xanterra Parks & Resorts Inc.,
1300 Highway 244, Keystone, SD
57751, 2 South, 6 East, Section 18, Pen-
nington County, South Dakota.
PONDEROSA RESTAURANT &
LOUNGE, Melrose Enterprises Inc.,
Palmer Gulch, PO Box 725, Hill City, SD
57745, Tract 1 of Tract B, Home Sweet
Home Placer, Section 4, T2S, R5E, Pen-
nington County, South Dakota.
POWDER HOUSE RESTAURANT, Little
Guys LLC, 24125 Hwy 16A, Keystone,
SD 57751, West State Mining LODMS,
Section 5, Less Lot H1, H2, H3, T2S,
R6E, BHM, Pennington County, South
Dakota.
RIMROCK TAVERN, Harley R. Scovel,
12300 W Hwy 44, Rapid City, SD 57702,
2N, 06E, Section 31, Johnson Siding
Townsite Lot SR, Pennington County,
South Dakota.
SALLY O’MALLEYS PUB & CASINO,
KJL, Inc., 3064 Covington St., Ste 206,
Rapid City, SD 57703, Lot 2, of Lot B in
Block 16 of Trailwood Village Subdivi-
sion, Pennington County, South Dakota.
RENEWAL OF PACKAGE (OFF-SALE)
LIQUOR LICENSE FOR 2012
JOHNSON SIDING, Patrick Shannon,
12300 W Hwy 44, Rapid City, SD 57701,
Lot RR, Section 31, T2N, R6E, Johnson
Siding Townsite, Pennington County,
South Dakota
RENEWAL OF RETAIL (ON-OFF SALE)
WINE LICENSE FOR 2012
BLACK HILLS RECEPTIONS &
RENTALS, Black Hills Receptions &
Rentals LLC, 10400 W Hwy 44, Rapid
City, SD 57702, Lot 1 CL Subdivision,
T1N, R6E, Pennington County, South
Dakota.
COUNTRY STORE AT THE FORK, The
Covington Consulting Group, Inc, 23820
Highway 385, Rapid City, SD 57702, Lot
1 of Section 22 of Three Forks Store Ad-
dition, T1S, R5E, Pennington County,
South Dakota.
DALCAM EZ MART, Dalcam Oil Com-
pany Inc., 3229 Teewinot Dr., Lot A,
Block 2, Section 10 of Ridgeview Place
Subdivision, T1N, R8E, Pennington
County, South
HART RANCH GOLF COURSE, Hart
Ranch Development Company, 23645
Clubhouse Rd., Rapid City, SD, 1S-07E
Section 11 Hart Ranch Development
Ranch Golf Course, Parcel Village on the
Green Sub, Less Village on the Green #
2 Sub (also in Section 12 & 13), Penning-
ton County, South Dakota.
MT RUSHMORE KOA, Recreational Ad-
ventures Co, 12620 Highway 244, Hill
City, SD 57745, Tract 1 of Tract B Home
Sweet Home Placer, Section 4, T2S,
R5E, BHM, Pennington County, South
Dakota.
POWDER HOUSE RESTAURANT, Little
Guys LLC, 24125 Hwy 16A, Keystone,
SD 57751, West State Mining LODMS,
Section 5, Less Lot H1, H2, H3, T2S,
R6E, BHM, Pennington County, South
Dakota.
PRAIRIE BERRY WINERY, Prairie Berry
LLC, 23837 Highway 385, Hill City, SD
57745, Balance JR #5 Lode, MS 1864,
Section 21, Township 1, Pennington
County, South Dakota.
SUMMER CREEK INN, Summer Creek
Inn LLC., 23204 Summer Creek Dr.,
Rapid City, SD 57702; IN-05E Sec 22,
Custer Trails Subdivision Lot 3 & 4; that
part of platted private road adjacent to
said lots, Pennington County, South
Dakota.
WINERY HILL CITY LLC, Winery Hill City
LLC, Lot 1, Candee Springs Creek Sub-
division, 15,05E, 21, Pennington County,
South Dakota.
Julie A. Pearson, Auditor
Pennington County
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