Pennington County Courant, April 26, 2012

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Number 17 Volume 107 April 26, 2012
Wall Badlands Area Chamber of Commerce host annual banquet
The Wall Badlands Area Chamber of Commerce held their annual banquet at the Wall Community Center on Friday, April 20. President Mary Williams called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. Cheyene Deering sang the National Anthem. Williams recognized Eric and Wendy Brunnemann and Mike and Marilyn Huether for hosting the event. Special visitors for the evening were introduced by Williams: •Mike Verchio - S.D. House of Representatives and wife Jeri, •Lance Russell - S.D. House of Representatives and wife, •Bruce Rampelberg - S.D. State Senator, •Lyndell Peterson - Pennington County Commissioner, •Dave Hahn - Wall Mayor and wife Carol, •Qusi Al-Haj - The west river regional director for Senator Thune’s Office, •Brad Otten - the west river director for Representative Kristi Neom’s office, •Nort Johnson and Leira Janklow – from Black Hills Badlands and Lakes, •Florence Thompson - Candidate for SD House of Representatives in District 30. Board of Directors were introduced along with members of the Tourism, Retail, Economic Development, Beautification and Celebration committees. Chamber Director Lindsey Hildebrand informed the guests that the chamber takes pride in its members and wanted to show their appreciation when businesses take the initiative to improve themselves in any way. The following businesses have put forth such an effort in the previous year: Badlands Harley Davidson Last year around this time, the community began to become aware that there was significant activity going on in the wax museum building. Rumors were buzzing about different possibilities, but I think everyone can agree with me when we say how excited we were to find out that Black Hills Harley Davidson was planning to remodel the building and open Badlands Harley Davidson. Owners, Al and LeeAnn Rieman, Cheryl and Clay Trulson, Jim and Monica Burgess and Terry and Melanie Rymer had this to say about the business, “Badlands Harley Davidson strives to provide a great experience to customers and motorcycle enthusiasts alike coming off I-90 coming out of the Badlands National Park. We are proud to be a part of the overall retail experience of the community of downtown Wall.” On behalf of the Chamber, I would like to thank you for choosing Wall for your expansion. Dakota Mill and Grain In the fall of 2010 and into the winter of 2011, Dakota Mill and Grain installed three new grain bins, increasing their capacity from 200,000 to 704,000 bushel. They’ve also made other improvements with their fertilizer storage areas and dramatically changed Wall’s skyline. Dakota Mill and Grain Inc is a South Dakota owned Agri Business which has a location in Wall, with the corporate office located in Rapid City. Their goal is to offer the best service to their customers by offering grain handling, grain marketing, chemical, fertilizer, seed feed, salt and various other farm and ranch inputs. Managers, Jerry Morgan and George Langendorfer view the relationship between the business and their farm and ranch customers as a partnership. Their goal is to be the best grain company and provide competitive prices, quality products and outstanding service to their customers. They’d like to welcome everyone to stop by and check out the facility and say Hello! They may even offer you some of that delicious popcorn. Fat Boys BBQ and Road Trip Cafe When owner Jim Coats purchased the former Elkton House, he knew he wanted to make some improvements. The Road Trip Café and Fat Boys BBQ came about and included a complete interior remodel of the restaurant. With a new menu and the same convenient location, they opened last summer in time for the rally and to catch the remainder of the tourist season. New Horizons One of 2011’s new chamber members started from square one. Marlene McMillan, owner and operator of New Horizons Message Therapy, opened her doors for business in 2011. New Horizons was inspired by the definition of the words – finding new limits to knowledge, experience or outlook. She hopes to provide an environment to help people become aware of what the body is capable of achieving when in a balanced state of well-being. Open by appointment only, Marlene offers a variety of massages and whether you’re looking for a little pampering or have more serious aches and pains, she would love to help you out.
“Badlands Harley Davidson” accepting Business Improvement award during the annual chamber banquet. Pictured from left to right ... Clay Trulson, Sorrel Muskat, Al Rieman and Mary Williams. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
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City approves to move forward with an ambulance district election
by Laurie Hindman The Wall City Council met Thursday, April 19, at 10:00 a.m. as a special board. The board reviewed a building permit for Dan and Dawn Hilgenkamp to build a pole barn in the Kelly addition to use for storage. Mayor Dave Hahn said, “There are already barns out there, so this barn wouldn’t be out of character.” The board approved a motion for the permit pending review by the Public Works Department. There was a concern on a lessee question about who is responsible for installing a culvert. The culvert has a hole in it and is now plugged with debris. The city has a culvert which could be used to replace the plugged one. There was a consensus by the board that a new culvert be installed by the Public Works Department in the next two weeks. Larry Gravatt, who has been hired by the City of Wall to form an Ambulance District, handed out township maps to board members. He apologized to the City for letting them down, however, went on to explain that the action of the County Commissioners was probably best and we should still move forward with a district election to get approval. Gravatt, Carolynn Anderson and Bill Leonard went before the Pennington County Commissioners and were told to yield to requests by four townships who do not want to be part of the Wall Ambulance District, which Gravatt felt was not in the best overall interest of the project. He advised the council that those four townships are going forward to form their own ambulance district, which would remove them from the Wall district. By state law, they would then be required to provide residents with an ambulance service. Hahn asked, “Can we make this whole financial situation work?” Gravatt answered, “This won’t jeopardize our plan.” Gravatt went on to say that those few residents that would be lost and at a Levy of .80 per thousand, the financial loss would be minimal. Hahn then went over a list of ambulance district items to be discussed. It will cost the city $400 to have the petition drawn up and $1,000 or higher if there are more voting precincts and for election workers. It was discussed asking for volunteers to man the precincts. A motion was approved to have the petition drawn up and to run an election. Council members volunteered to take the petition around in their wards and Anderson will circulate the petition at the Wall Fire Departments pancake supper which was held on Saturday, April 21. Gravatt will circulate the petition in Wasta, Quinn and the area to the north. Hahn and council will put together a sheet explaining why this ambulance district is so important to the area. They will hand these out while circulating the petitions. A motion was approved to hold the election on Tuesday, July 10. The big question that was asked by Hahn was, “If the election fails, what is the city’s options?” Members discussed having a First Responder Service but that service can only comfort a patient, stop the bleeding and cannot transport a patient. Increase property taxes on the city residents? Ask the rural community for EMTs to help with the service? Stop city projects to fund the service? Hahn then asked if the sewer project should be stopped and said, “It’s going to be hard to pay for the main street project.” Hustead said, “we can’t stop those projects they have to be done.” The last question that was discussed by the council was to draw up a resolution to discontinue the ambulance service. These questions were strictly discussion by the board but at some time they are going to have to reach a conclusion if the ambulance district is not voted in. Gravatt informed the board at the last meeting there was good support in favor for the new ambulance district and to remain positive. The board agreed, good PR work and making sure that everyone gets out to vote is their main concern at this time. With no other business the meeting was adjourned.
“New Horizons” owner and operator Marleen McMillian accepting a Business Improvement award from Chamber President Mary Williams.
“Dakota Mill and Grain” accepting a Business Improvement award. Pictured from left to right ... George Langendorfer, Ron Mitzel, Jerry Morgan and Chamber President Mary Williams.
“Fat Boys BBQ and Road Trip Cafe” accepting a Business Improvement award. Pictured from left to right ... Ray Craven, Elena Coats and Chamber President Mary Williams.
Life Time Achievement Award was presented to Mayor Dave Hahn by Chamber Director Lindsey Hildebrand during the annal Chamber Banquet held on Friday, April 20.
“Wall Drug” accepting a Business Improvement award. Pictured from left to right ... Cindy Dinger, Ted Hustead and Chamber President Mary Williams.
School board votes to reject all bids on Powerhouse painting project
by Laurie Hindman The Wall School Board held a special meeting on Thursday, April 20, at 7:30 a.m. A motion to add Executive Session for the purpose of discussing contracts according to SDCL 1-252 after the bid discussion was approved. Business Manager Niki Mohr updated the board on the Powerhouse Painting bid. She related during the heat of summer is not the right time to paint a steel building and the parking lot to the west of the Powerhouse will be full of tourist vehicles. The board approve to reject all bids on painting the Powerhouse. Todd Trask also stated that verbiage should be added stating “that any and all bids may or will be rejected” also be included in bid proposals. A motion to enter into executive session was approved. With no other motions or business the meeting was adjourned.
Carol Hoffman was presented a memento for serving as president in 2010-2011 by Chamber Director Lindsey Hildebrand at the Badlands Chamber banquet on Friday, April 20.
“Teacher of the Year” Lori Walker accepting her award during the chamber annual banquet from Chamber Director Lindsey Hildebrand.
School & Area News
From the desk of Superintendent Dennis Rieckman
The school year is rapidly coming to a close with a little over a month left. We have students heading to FFA events, track/golf meets, and various field trips. When you think things are slowing down a bit something else comes along. I am looking for nominees for the Teacher of the Year. Nomination forms may be picked up in the office. We have an excellent staff and I need your help with the selection. If you have any questions please contact me, the nominations need to be in by Tuesday, May 8th. Parents, students, peers, or any community member may nominate a teacher. We are finishing up our Dakota STEP exams this week with students who were absent finishing up. I look forward to receiving the results this summer to see how students are doing compared with other schools. Our students continue to do well each year and I do not anticipate anything different. The senior class has done very well with the ACT exams and I believe our average will be very good. The schedule for high school students currently has a sixth period schedule and students are required to take six classes. The no study hall schedule has its pros and cons. We are looking at returning to a seven period day and I would like feedback from parents and students. A six period day without study halls hinders students taking electives, but the discipline problems have been fewer. Our attendance remains steady at an overall 95.6 percent for the school. The elementary has a rate of 95.5 percent with the third grade leading the way with a 97.2 percent. The Big White students lead all schools with a 97.8 percent rate. The middle school is at 94.8 percent and the high school has a 95.9 percent rate. I commend the students for stepping up and thriving to maintain good attendance. We have the music classes preparing for their annual spring concerts. The Elementary School will have their concert on Monday. May 7th and the MS/HS will follow on Thursday, May 10th. Both concerts will start at 7:00 p.m. in the main gym. The HS Academic and Activity Awards Night will be held in the Main gym on Tuesday, May 15th. A supper meal of BBQ’s, chips, brownies, and a drink will kick off the evening starting at 6:15 in the multipurpose room. The presentation of awards will be in the main gym starting around 7:00 p.m.
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Wall Drug Store The Wall Drug store had considered moving their pharmacy to a downstairs location for some time to be more accessible to the customers. With the entry of their new pharmacist, Cindy Dinger, they thought there couldn’t be a more perfect time for a transition. With beautiful rich colors, a striking antique ceiling, and the pharmacy museum, it is a very pleasant step back in time. At the core of it all is still a pharmacy and the ability to serve a small rural community. Williams then introduced Teacher of the Year – Lori Walker who was chosen as the 2011 Wall School, Teacher of the Year. Walker who has been a lifelong resident of Wall attended South Dakota State University where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development, Family Relations and Elementary Education. She returned to Wall in 1974 where she began teaching middle school English. Her passion for kids grew deep as she was always striving to push them to better themselves and to build their self esteem. Helping students find confidence as learners is one of her greatest gifts. No matter what the circumstances are, she is always there to lend a helping hand and her love for helping kids extends beyond middle school. After 39 years of teaching at Wall High School, she continues to share her positive impact and instills her love of reading and writing in generations of children and inspires them to reach for their greatest dreams. Life Time Achievement Award was then presented to Dave Hahn. Hahn was born and raised on a farm in cold north east South Dakota. At the age of eight (with a father working hard at making a living for his family) this child was given a red Crosley convertible to drive to school. An interest in music and the gift of a saxophone led to music lessons in the backroom of the dry goods store in town when the family went shopping on Saturday nights. Off to town school in the seventh grade, band, chorus, marching band, trips to contests and church events from then through high school. All these years an interest in flying and watching a beloved uncle, who had an airplane and was a rather reckless pilot, kept him fascinated. Hahn attended SDSU majoring in music with a minor in industrial arts. March 5, 1959, he made his first solo and the pilots dream was realized.Through the years crop spraying, pleasure flying, mercy flights and airport manager were always at the top of his bucket list. College graduation led to several teaching jobs in North and South Dakota – new people, new destinations, new challenges always met with great enthusiasm. The need for more education led him back to SDSU for his Masters in Administration and a principal’s position in Gregory, SD. In August of 1971, Wall advertised a superintendent’s position in the school system. With only days before the opening of the school year he applied, was hired and moved. The enrollment in the decade was many more than we have today and the challenges were many. A great staff and supportive community led to enjoyable years. Once again, an opportunity arose to spark the man’s interest. Buy the Gambles store, use some lifetime skills and help the community. Fixing things, always making food taste better and meeting new people everyday. Many years spend building up the business, buying the Standard Station, serving as the Methodist Church choir director, organizing a community choir, serving in Jaycees, Toastmasters and giving 20 years to the Wall Volunteer Ambulance Service. The years have passed quickly and even though a few health issues have entered the plan, the energy and love for the town of Wall and its people are still challenging this mayor of 28 years to continue into the future always striving for improvements to benefit everyone. Written by Carol Hahn. Carol Hoffman was recognized for serving as president in 20102011. Williams then announced the following: •The City Cleanup Date is scheduled for May 12th. Please meet at the Wall Drug Store at 7:00 a.m. and meet back at the Drug store to eat breakfast between 8:00 and 8:30. •The Spring mixer/supper will be held at the Wall Golf course on Monday, May 14, at 6:00 p.m. •The Annual Spring Hospitality Training will be on May 30th with a morning and afternoon session. Bob Prentice will be the speaker. •The second annual Chamber Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, June 30th. With no other business the meeting was adjourned and guest enjoyed the music of The Sugar Free Jazz Trio.
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Letter to the Editor
To the Editor, When and why did our school turn into an auction barn? Shouldn’t our school be used solely to educate our students? Does this not set a bad precedence for anyone or everybody to utilize it to sell any type of merchandise? Does the school insurance policy cover everything and anything that could occur? How much was charged for rent? Was there a deposit to cover any possible damage? How do you repair a dent or bad scratch in maple flooring? (Please let me know because we have some in our living room floors.) If what one board member told is correct (and I believe it is) why was this decision made in Executive Session? Why by consensus? Wasn’t that a violation of the open meeting law? Shouldn’t it have been in open meeting by a board vote? If there was a contract should not the board and public be provided with the contract? Does allowing the sale of guns in the school set a bad example? Isn’t that a case of “don’t do as I do just do as I say”? Since Wall has a nice community center for rent and has held auctions, why not there? We pay school taxes lets just use them for that purpose. /s/Glen Lakner, Wall, SD 279-2228
Middle School student of the month
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Gant: Absentee balloting has begun
South Dakota Secretary of State Jason Gant is reminding voters that Friday, April 20th, marks the start of absentee balloting for the 2012 primary election on June 5th. “South Dakotans have widely embraced absentee voting as a matter of convenience,” Gant said. “In the 2010 general election, we had 411 members of the military vote overseas. However, we had an additional 63,339 South Dakota voters cast their ballots through mailed and in-person absentee balloting. This comprised 19.71 percent of all ballots cast in the 2010 general election.” According to primary data from the 2010 primary election, 11,651 or 11.3 percent of voters cast absentee ballots during the last June primary. “From reports I am receiving from County Auditors across South Dakota, current absentee requests are light, but as we get closer to the election, experience shows us that the pace picks up greatly. Many people decide to cast their vote through absentee balloting as a matter of convenience to avoid lines at the polls,” Gant said. “If a person believes they may not be aviailable to vote on election day, they can vote at their County Auditor’s office or visit sdsos.gov to complete an application for an absentee ballot,” Gant noted.
Savanna Deutscher is the Wall Middle School student of the month for April 2012. Savanna is in the seventh grade and is an excellent student. She works hard in school and is nice to everyone. She is always very positive and respectful. Savanna is also always willing to help others when needed. Savanna participates in many activities including volleyball, basketball, track, youth to youth, band, and 4-H. Savanna is the daughter of Evan Deutscher and Stacy Stewart. Kent Jordan from First Interstate Bank presented Savanna with a First Interstate Bank sweatshirt and bag. Congratulations Savanna! ~Photo Laurie Hindman
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Wall track team attends Kadoka track meet on April 17
On Tuesday, April 17, the Wall track team traveled to Kadoka and participated in their Community Invite track meet. Results: •Girls Shot Put: First - Autumn Schulz - 36’2”. •Girls Discus: First - Autumn Schulz - 108’6”. •Girls Long Jump: First - Sadie O’Rourke - 15’7”, Fifth - Carlee Johnston - 13’ 2 1/2”. •Girls High Jump: Third - Carlee Johnston - 4’5”. •Girls 100 Meter Dash: First Sadie O’Rourke - 13.6. •Girls 4 x 200 Relay: Third Wall - 1:59.8. •Girls 4 x 100 Relay - First - Wall - 57.2. •Girls 800 Meter Run: Fourth Tayah Huether - 2:39.3. •Girls 200 Meter Dash: First Sadie O’Rourke - 28.1, Fifth - Monica Bielmaier - 30.8. •Girls 4 x 400 Meter Relay: Sixth - Wall - 5:14.4. •Boys Long Jump: First - Chavis Shull - 18’9”, Second - Tyler Peterson - 17’1”. •Boys Triple Jump: Second Tyler Peterson - 36’ 3/4”. •Boys High Jump: First - Carson Johnston - 5’7”. •Boys 4 x 800 Meter Relay: Fourth - Wall - 11:12.2. •Boys 110 Meter Hurdles: Fifth - Nathan Patterson - 21.1. •Boys 100 Meter Dash: Sixth Chavis Shull - 12. •Boys 4 x 200 Relay: First - Wall - 1:37.3. •Boys 1600 Meter Run: Second Austin Huether - 5:01.8. •Boys 4 x 100 Relay: Third Wall - 46.6. •Boys 400 Meter Dash: First Taran Eisenbraun - 52.6, Fifth Danny Muzik - 55. •Boys Medley Relay: Second Wall - 4:08.2 •Boys 200 Meter Dash: Fifth Taran Eisenbraun - 24.8. •Boys 3200 Meter Run: First Austin Huether - 11:09. •Boys 4 x 400 Relay: Sixth Wall - 4:11.5.
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SDHSAA 2011-2012 Winter Fine Art and Athletic Academic Achievement Team award recipients announced
Initiated during the 1996-97 school year, the SDHSAA ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT TEAM AWARD program is designed to recognize varsity athletic teams and fine arts groups for their academic excellence. The South Dakota High School Activities Association believes that high school students learn in two distinct ways; inside the classroom and outside the classroom – on the stage and/or athletic field. This academic program creates a positive environment for school teams to have its members excel in the classroom. This program is also meant to motivate students toward academic excellence and to promote academic encouragement from teammates. All varsity athletic teams and fine arts groups that participate in Association sponsored activities are eligible for this recognition program. Based on a duplicated count, as reported in the 2010-11 SDHSAA Participation Survey, over 30,800 students participate in interscholastic athletics and over 29,200 more are involved in fine arts activities. The Academic Team Award program provides high school students with the opportunity to prove they can be overwhelmingly successful in both academics as well as in athletic and fine arts activities. All varsity fine arts groups and athletic teams that achieve a combined grade point average of 3.0 or higher are eligible to receive the SDHSAA ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT TEAM AWARD. With the completion of all the SDHSAA winter fine arts and athletic activities, the SDHSAA announces that the following schools and their teams have received the “Academic Achievement Team Awards” for the 2011-2012 Winter Season. Wall School received the following awards in: Vocal Solo-Ensemble Group, Girls Basketball Team, Wrestling Team. Gymnastics Team, One-Act Play, Band SoloEnsemble Group and Boys Basketball Team.
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People Market/Discount Fuel track meet
By Coach Patterson Wall track team participated in the People Market/Discount Fuel track meet on Friday, April 20, 2012 in Kadoka. Coach’s comments: What a week! The track squad traveled to Kadoka on Tuesday for the Kadoka Community Invite, Friday to the Peoples Market meet in Kadoka and then to the Chamberlain Invite on Saturday the 21st. Two more athletes pre-qualified for the state track meet. Sophomore Sadie O’Rourke made it in the 100M Dash and Junior Autumn Schulz in the Shot Put. They join Junior Tyler Trask who qualified in the 100M Dash earlier in the season. Results: •Boys Shot Put: Second - Laketon McLaughlin - Wall - 39' 0". •Boys Discus: Fourth - Laketon McLaughlin - Wall -113' 1". •Boys Long Jump: First - Chavis Shull - Wall -19'1". •Boys High Jump: Sixth - Carson Johnston - Wall - 5'5". •Boys 4 x 800 Relay: Second Wall - 0:09:30. •Boys 110 Meter Hurdles: Third - Nathan Patterson - Wall - 20.9. •Boys 4 x 200 Relay: Third Wall - 0:01:38. •Boys 1600 Meter Run: ThirdAustin Huether - Wall - 0:05:03. •Boys 4 x 100 Relay: Fourth Wall - 47.3. •Boys Medley Relay: Second Wall - 0:04:01. •Boys 4 x 400 Relay: Third Wall - 0:03:51. •Girls Long Jump: Second Sadie O’Rourke - Wall -14' 7 ". •Girls Triple Jump: Sixth - Kailey Rae Sawvell - Wall - 27' 3.5". •Girls 100 Meter Dash: First Sadie O'Rourke - Wall - 13.2. •Girls 4 x 200 Relay: Sixth Wall - 0:02:03. •Girls 4 x 100 Relay: First - Wall - 55.6. •Girls 400 Meter Dash: Second Tayah Huether - Wall - 0:01:05. •Girls 800 Meter Run: First Tayah Huether - Wall - 0:02:34. •Girls 200 Meter Dash: First Sadie O'Rourke - Wall - 27.9. •Girls 4 x 400 Meter Relay: Fifth - Wall - 0:05:10.
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Gathered by Frances Poste Steve and Wanda Goodrich, and Guy and Esther Carsten of Rapid City, returned Saturday from attending the April 14th, wedding of their niece, Connie Eisenbraun to Dwight Marxman, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Danville, Illinois. Connie is the daughter of Marian Eisenbraun and the late Les Eisenbraun of Riverside, CA. Dwight is the son of Robert and Bernetta Marxman of Effingham, Illinois. Paul and Kathy Eisenbraun of Columbus, IN were also in attendance. Olivia Austin, Simpsonville, SC, granddaughter of Steve and Wanda Goodrich, was maid of honor, and her sister Sarah played beautiful prelude music on her harp. Esther, Paul and Wanda are siblings of Annetta Geigle and Ivan Eisenbraun of Wall, SD. Denny Carmichael of Brookings, came on Wednesday to visit the Olsons and Doyles. On Thursday, Doug and Esther Enders came from Glen Rock, WY. Doug went on to Kadoka to visit his mother, Bonnie Enders, and the rest gathered at Dave and Arla Olson’s for visiting, lunch and more visiting. The Enders returned home on Thursday evening and Denny went home on Friday. Helen Crawford is in the Philip Hospital with pneumonia. Carol Hodge visited her on Wednesday, the 18th. Get well soon, Helen. “Theme” meal at Prairie Village on the 18th was well attended. As the kitchen was being renovated at Easter time, and the napkins, etc already purchased — we had an Easter theme. Most everyone likes Jelly Beans to represent Easter eggs! The Senior Citizen potluck followed the theme meal on the 19th. Again we had a great group with a big selection of food. Dennis Carmichael was here visiting his family so he entertained us following the meal by singing old favorites, accompanying himself on the guitar. Appreciate your thoughtfulness, Denny! Congratulations to our Mayor, Dave Hahn, as he was awarded the “Life-time Achievement Award” at the recent Chamber of commerce banquet. We offer our condolences to the families of those listed in the obituaries this past week: Pamela Eisenbraun Blankenship died April 3, 2012, at a hospice in Sioux Falls; William D. Peterson died at Pittsburgh, PA. People from around Wall know him as a member of the Class of 1953, WHS. Maxine Smith and Frances Poste went to the VA Hospital at Ft. Mead on Sunday to visit Richard Willuweit. He had been there since just before Easter with a heart condition and diabetes. He has been on oxygen 24/7 for quite some time. We wish you well, Richard. The Volunteer Firemen of Wall held their annual pancake supper and bake sale fundraiser on Saturday evening. They seemed to keep busy serving as people kept coming. Hope their boot was overflowing when serving time was over. Congratulations to the newlyweds, James and Lizzie (O’Sullivan) Sorensen. They were married April 7th in Jacksonville, NC, where James is stationed as a member of the Marine corps. Lizzie’s parents live in Allentown, PA. Mark and Darlene Poste were down on Sunday and planted trees out at the ranch, replacing those that did not make it through the year. Memorial Services for Rev. James “Jim” Cissell is scheduled for Monday, April 30th, at the First United Methodist Church, Rapid City. Again, our sympathy to the family. The street project in Wall looks like it is nearing completion. The lights down the middle are very attractive — seemed to go up in a hurry last Wednesday but we know the initial work was done previously. It will be nice to get rid of the detours. Arbor Day is April 27th. It is celebrated in all 50 states and around the world. Western South Dakota has a shortage of trees but interest has been high with Conservation practices. Arbor Day started in Nebraska in 1872 by Sterling Morton
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and his wife Caroline, who loved trees. There is a couple “who have made a difference”. Bernice and Frank Anderson were in Wall on Monday and took Edith Paulsen to lunch. Esther Wolford’s sister-in-law died on Thursday, the 19th, in Walbridge, OH, where she lived. They said she had a massive brain bleed. Services were held on Monday, the 23rd. We offer our condolences to the family. Viola Williams had knee replacement surgery on Friday, the 20th, at the Black Hills Surgical Center, Rapid City. She will be moving to West Hills Health Care on Tuesday, where she will be having therapy. Have a quick recovery, Viola. TJ and Lainee Sampson of Interior, have a new “little” baby born on April 11th and weighed 5 lbs. 3 oz. He has been named Kace James. He has an older brother Cooper. Lori and Greg Shearer are the maternal grandparents and Dorothy and Lavon, great-grandparents. Jerry and Pat Sampson of Interior are the paternal grandparents. Congratulations to the family. Summer seems to have returned again for a few days with 80’s taking place — maybe some records. Forecast is for cooler and rain after Wednesday (hopefully, the are right!) “Oh would some power the gift give us, to see ourselves as others see us.” Robert Burns with Andy, Kellie, Jake, and Kassandra to Spearfish to the Western Heritage center on Thursday night. Shirrise Linn traveled to Rochester, MN last week with Sharon Larson from Brookings, for doctor appointments. She stayed overnight Friday in Presho with Lauren Miller. Emily Linn visited Kassandra, Saturday afternoon. Tom and Shelia Trask were entertaining turkey hunters for the weekend. Tyler, Tracy, and Waylon Wilson were Saturday supper guests. Tomilyn and Joe Trask arrived home on Friday evening and returned to SDSU for their last two weeks of the semester on Sunday afternoon. They took Margaret Nachtigall's granddaughters car back. Mick Trask took his son Justin Levi back to Blair, NE on Thursday after spending the week here. Mick then met up with Pat and Nick Trask in which they loaded his car and hauled it home
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on the truck, taking turns driving thru the night. Gale and Cliff Keyser from Rapid City, were Sunday visitors at Jim and Caroline Wilsey's. Kenny and Janet Wilson enjoyed a day of riding their motorcycles in the Badlands with Dave and Judy Curtis. Later, they stopped by to visit with Dan and Di Turgeon in Wasta. Helen Packard of Rapid City, played several music selections in church, Sunday. There was a good crowd. School News: Kindergarten graduation is Friday, May 4th, 2:00 at the Elm Springs School. Kassandra Linn will be singing her contest song. Carter Elshere and Jacob Linn will be reciting the poems they did at the Heritage Museum. Everyone is welcome to come congratulate our kindergartners, James Nachtigall and Jonnie Jo Anders.
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Submitted by Lola Joyce Riggins 837-2053 Greetings… Nancy Horton is busy planting early garden one with potatoes and beets soon to follow. Parsnips and rutabaga are soon to follow. They received a much needed rain shower Thursday as did some others. Ours came and went. Also it looks especially welcome without the severe thunder and lightning. Last Sundays rain was sure made to order. We work up to it. The rain came down nice and gentle without the wind. It took a noon hour or so rest and the commenced raining until late evening. I heard some had over an inch amounts. Rich and Nancy Horton’s son, Mark, is graduating Saturday, the 29th, from the School of Mines and has accepted a position in Silver City, New Mexico, where they, Mark, Kelsey and Charlotte, will set up residence. May the Countryside send congratulations to our local young person Mark and family and wish them the best. My gosh the Main Street in Kadoka was bare Sunday, the 22nd. Not an outfit on the full two blocks and then just a red pickup in the next block. The driver was busy trimming the bushes in front of the Youth and Family Services. I must say the fact the businesses were closed so the workers could have the day off and spend time with families and enjoy the day is a big plus. I couldn’t belive the lilacs are already drying up and they usually aren’t blooming until graduation time. The little ants are busy making tiny hills along the sidewalks. John Neumann of rural Quinn, visited his aunt Jean Neumann at the Gateway Apts. one day last week. Jean is a resident at the apartments. Mary Kjerstad joined the many relatives and friends to attend the Bridal Shower at the Wall golf Course, Sunday afternoon for Kalie Anders. I’m sorry I have looked high and low for my paper but no show, so I can’t add any other details here. The disadvantage of not knowing some of the area people is frustrating. Mary did mention how much she enjoyed her visit with Kalie’s mother and grandmother and got to sit by her. Dennis and Kay Sieler drove to Williston, ND, for the weekend to attend Dennis’ great niece Makyla Johnson’s wedding. They enjoyed getting together with the family, the wedding and were weekend guests in the home of Dennis’ sister. Sharla Julson of rural Quinn, joined relatives and friends to attend the bridal shower for Kalie Anders-Conrad Kjerstad at the Wall Golf Course, Sunday afternoon. May the Countryside send our best wishes for happiness and a great life. It seems like the time passes so fast they are grown and making a new life. Well people the hint I’m getting is to fold up. I don’t even know who to call hardly anymore. I have so appreciated all of the encouragement I have received. You know who you are but I don’t know what to do. I was hoping when I got moved doing this would line out as it’s not been easy but I could practic writing, spelling and I’ve talked to people I haven’t met yet. The good part. Thought: Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try. Accomplishment is the gradual result of always driving to do better.
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Submitted by Shirrise Linn Monday, Mel and Dorothy Anderson had lunch in Rapid City with Jesse Bail. Tuesday, they visited with friends Jim and Peggy Reed in Sturgis. Thursday, they enjoyed attending the Cowboy Poetry program at the Heritage Center in Spearfish, where they enjoyed so much the performance of our local cowboys, Carter Elshere and Jacob Linn. Friday was dermatology appointment in Rapid City. Saturday, Dorothy met daughter, Lisa Craft of Miles City, MT and granddaughter, KayCee Geck of Ekalaka, MT in Rapid City for some fun shopping and overeating in honor of Lisa and KayCee's recent birthdays. Hugh Ingalls visited Clyde Arneson, Friday, and delivered a bull. Clyde helped Kelsey move into her new home Saturday, near Box Elder. Lawrence Burke was one of several in the community to attend a hearing in Sturgis, Tuesday, regarding unwanted trespassers in the area. Wednesday, Lawrence had dinner with Russell Burmeister in Wall. Friday, Kenny and Janet Wilson visited Lawrence and dug up fresh horseradish. Lindsay and JJ Elshere and crew visited the Ryan and Chrissy Elshere's, Sunday after church, for a short visit. Carson and Savana Johnston came to help watch War Horse. As of May 1, Chrissy Elshere will be on a new journey to the Hair Loft Salon!! Saturday night, the Elshere's went to help Trik Elshere celebrate his third birthday. Peggy Gravatt spent Saturday in Rapid City doing some painting on Brad and Jes' new house. Jes' mom, DeAnn Myers, was there to help her also. On Sunday, Chase and Carter Gravatt along with Carter's fiancée Teresa Rehborg, were out for the morning and stayed for lunch. John and Jean Linn rode along
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IlaMae Norman was born April 26, 1922 in Rapid City to John and Etna (Flatt) Lynch. She had two brothers and three sisters. She has several nieces and nephews living in this area. She married Marion Renner in 1941. They farmed and ranched in the Wall area until Marion died in 1963. She married Dwight Norman in 1967. He died in 1997. She has invited family members to help celebrate her birthday. A kind and generous Lady! Greetings may be sent to IlaMae Norman, 255 Texas St., E241, Rapid City, SD 57701
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WALL ART GuiLD Wall Art Guild met April 23rd, at 9:00 a.m. at Wall Drug Store. Dorothy Jones, Nola Price, Norma Volz and Lorna Moore were present. Business: Lorna gave the financial report, income from membership, entry fees and donations at the art show was $170.00 and bills paid out were $182.00. The 2012 art show has received good reviews from people and 162 signed the guest book, many did not sign the guest book so we estimated around 200 attended. Displaying artwork locally was discussed. Nola mentioned maybe the banks would display one piece of art from different art club members and change to a different artist each month. Nola will talk to the banks and ask if this is something they would consider. It was decided the writers group was a nice touch at the art show this year and will have them again next year. Nola thought we should contact Dawn Newland and Kathy Thompson to give an art workshop next winter for our art club or anyone that would be interested in attending. Our next art club meeting will be in October, when we start our new year. Lorna made a motion instead of just having a meeting, to go to the restaurant south of Kadoka, for plein air paint out. Dorothy seconded. Meeting was adjourned. Lorna Moore Sec.
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Obituaries Dr. Rev. James R. Cissell_________________________
The Rev. James R. "Jim" Cissell, 62, died March 19, 2012. A time of sharing with family will begin at 6 p.m. Sunday, April 29, 2012, at Edstrom & Rooks Funeral Service, Serenity Springs Chapel of Tranquility. A Celebration of Life memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Monday, April 30, 2012, at First United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Doug Diehl officiating. Burial will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the mission organization of your choice. An online guestbook is available at www.serenityspringsfuneralchapel.com.
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Wasta Wanderings
Submitted Lloyd & Margee Willey Yes, I know the Wasta Easter Egg Hunt is old news, but it was the best yet (we say that every year). We really appreciate the “Dynamic Sister Duo” Tammy and Moni and their willing “partners in fun” for all their help. There were 45 kids at the Lurz Park, Saturday, April 7! I don’t know how many adults. This has been an annual event since 1999 when Nita Jeppesen brought the idea to the other senior citizens. It has been fun from the beginning and has been a community event with parents, grandparents and neighbors organizing games and providing gift bags. We would also like to recognize the “big bunny to the east” for providing fresh eggs. This big bunny hangs out a lot at the Wall Food Center. Richard Johnston, as long as he was able, would come specifically to hide eggs for the bigger kids. He really liked to challenge them! We’d be finding very ripe blue eggs through summer. I believe it was Richard who said something like “Kids now-a-days are real lucky. When I was a kid we hunted and shot the Easter Bunny to cook for supper”. Sounds like a Richard humor, but if anyone out there takes credit for it, that’s okay by me! It’s been a busy week since we’ve been home. Our terrific cat-sitters and good friends, Hazel Kalkbrenner, Jamy and Ray Williams and Mary Lewis did such a great job that we were pretty well snubbed by Callie the Cat. We’ve done a little wandering around Wasta. Lloyd stopped to see Jerry, Barb and Tuff and came home happy to report that Tuff “the best dog ever” was okay and happy to see him. That was all they discussed, I guess! Well, Tuff is a wonderful dog, for sure. Hazel Kalkbrenner is busy in her back yard with garden readiness projects. Her front yard flowers are so pretty. Had a brief visit with Anna Lee Humphrey at Good Samaritan. She is doing well and progressing with therapy after her recent second surgery. She is positive and in good spirits. Daughter, Marilyn Stover was also there as was granddaughter Amanda and her two beautiful little ones, Lanie Mae and J.T. Mary Lewis has her corner “sunken garden” looking great. She also lends a capable hand at the park. Soon she will be having family time and is looking forward to seeing kids and grandkids. Speaking of capable hands, Dorothy Bathel is working on yet another beautiful quilt! She also puts in a lot of time with flowers and other work at the park as well as her own garden. Faye and I had a good lunch and fun conversation Friday. We got a laugh about her cat’s house being re-roofed by Ken Skillingstad. Well, it is a fine looking cat house. There were some travelers in Wall from New York City that Faye and I enjoyed talking with. We did mention after they told of their interesting trip through the Badlands and the prairie dog towns they had seen, that sometimes New Yorkers were very vocal about the little doggies being put on the “darling and endangered” list. They said “No, they would not return home and begin a club to ‘Save the Doggies.’ We assured them their remark would make news — so here it is — in the news — three New Yorkers say “No to establishing group to Save Dancing, Kissing, Darling Doggies”. One more bit and then I quit. Kortney and Derek Smid and big sister Natalee will welcome baby girl Kylee in June. Kortney, Derek and Natalee moved here from the Phoenix area about two years ago. It’s good to have them and so good they want to stay. Congratulations! A lot more news held over for next week. Happy trails!
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Dwayne M. Coleman, 87, Rapid City, died April 21, 2012, at Westhills Village. Dwayne was born October 27, 1924, in Wasta, S.D., to Champ Coleman and Amalie Isenberg Coleman. Upon graduating from Wasta High School in 1942, he enrolled in the University of Wyoming, later serving in World War II as an officer in the U.S. Army Air Corps as a navigator on the B-24 bomber in Burma, Siam and India. He married Helen Overholt from Wall, S.D., on November 1, 1944, at the First Presbyterian Church of Rapid City, of which he was a current member. Dwayne graduated from the Colorado School of Mines in 1949 as a petroleum engineer and began his 36-year career with Mobil Oil (Exxon Mobil). He obtained his master's degree in petroleum engineering in 1954 from Texas A&M. His career took him from Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Canada, culminating in the position of offshore engineering manager for Mobil's Worldwide Offshore Research and Development Division. He and Helen traveled extensively to Norway, Sweden, France, England, the Mediterranean, Africa, Newfoundland and Sable Island. They built their retirement home on the shores of Hayden Lake, Idaho, while maintaining winter residences in Dallas and Possum Kingdom Lake, Texas. They had three daughters. After Helen's death in 1988, Dwayne married Ruth Ord of Denver, and spent seven years traveling to Hawaii, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the U.S., visiting family and friends until Ruth died in 1996. Dwayne then returned to Rapid City, remaining active in local and national politics and focused on the TransCanada Keystone Pipeline. Dwayne is survived by brother, Boyce Coleman and his wife, Lila (Las Vegas); daughters, Debbie Baird and her husband, Miller (Denver), Cynthia Jo Lopez (Tampa), Pam Troxel and her husband Tom (Rapid City); grandchildren, Justin (Jana) Carlyle (Rapid City), Kimbra (Zeb) Dafnis (Phoenix), Hale Henderson (Dallas); and three great-grandchildren; and Tom and Jeff Ord (Las Vegas). He was preceded in death by sister Thalice Meiners. A service of praise and thanksgiving for the life of Dwayne Coleman was held at the Behrens-Wilson Funeral Home in Rapid City on April 25, 2012, officiated by Rev. Herb Cleveland. Burial with military honors followed at Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be given to World Vision to drill water wells to provide life giving water to needy families worldwide. Condolences may be conveyed to the family at www.behrenswilson.com.
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South Dakotans heading outdoors need to protect themselves from ticks and the diseases they can carry, says a state health official. “Each year we have South Dakotans infected with tularemia, Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Lyme disease — all tick-borne illnesses,: said Dr. Lon Kightlinger, State Epidemiologist for the Department of Health. “Last year we reported four cases of lyme disease, eight of tularemia, three of ehrlichiosis, and one Rocky Mountain spotted fever in South Dakota.” Kightlinger noted that the department investigates every case of tick-borne disease reported. Those investigations found that all four cases of Lyme disease reported in 2011 had out-of-state tick exposure. South Dakota’s prairies actually help to deter Lyme disease somewhat because the deer tick that carries it needs heavily forested areas to thrive. A 2011 tick surveillance project in eastern South Dakota found none of the loxodes black-legged deer ticks that carry Lyme disease. The SDSU-led project surveyed forested areas around Sica Hollow, Oak Lake and Lewis and Clark Recreation Area multiple times over an 88-day period between June and October. “While we did not find the deer tick that carries Lyme disease, we did find that Dermacentor variabilis, the dog tick, was plentiful in all three locations,” said Dr. Michael Hildreth, a professor in the departments of Biology and Microbiology and also Veterinary and Biomedical Science at SDSU. “The dog tick transmits Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, tularemia and ehrlichiosis.” Symptoms of tick-borne illness include sudden onset of a moderate-to-high fever, stiff neck, deep muscle pain, arthritis, fatigue, severe headache, chills, a rash on the arms and legs or around the site of the bite, and swollen lymph nodes, particularly in the neck. If you develop any of these symptoms after a tick bite, see your doctor. With Rocky mountain spotted fever the illness does not start immediately after the tick bite, but typically five to 10 days after the tick attachment. A tick bite is usually painless and appears as a small red bump with a bright red halo. To remove an attached tick, use tweezers or a tissue and pull slowly and steadily, being careful not crush it. Then apply antiseptic to the site to prevent infection. If you use bare hands to remove a tick, wash your hands thoroughly with warm water and soap, being especially careful not to touch your eyes before washing. To repel ticks when outdoors tuck your pants into your socks and spray clothes and any exposed skin with a tick repellent. Other precautions include: •Check frequently for ticks when outside, especially the scalp and folds of skin. Ticks need to be attached for several hours to spread infection so you can significantly cut your risk by checking for and removing ticks right away. •Check small children thoroughly and often for ticks when they’ve been outside or have had contact with pets or livestock that may have ticks. •Ask your veterinarian about appropriate insecticides and collars to protect pets from ticks and limit the number they carry into the home. For added protection, apply insecticides and tick repellents to your pet’s bedding. •Check your animals frequently for ticks. To remove ticks from animals, apply constant traction with forceps or tweezers. If you must use your fingers, wear disposable gloves and wash hands thoroughly with soap and water afterward. Fact sheets on specific tickborne diseases can be found on the department of Health website at http://doh.sd.gov/DiseaseFacts/.
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by Cornelius R. Stam The Apostle Paul had much that he yearned to teach the Hebrew believers -- wonderful truths that would have thrilled their hearts -- but these truths were "hard to be uttered," or difficult to explain to them, since they were "dull of hearing." The word "dull" in Heb. 5:11 really means "slothful," or indifferent (as in Heb. 6:12). They were not merely hard of hearing, as we say, but were too lazy, too indifferent, spiritually, to pay attention. They were not sufficiently interested. This is always a serious condition in the light of the fact that "God hath spoken," and that disobedience to His Word will be judged (Heb. 1:1,2; 2:1-3). Yet, alas, this is the condition of the professing Church today. The great majority of religious people are not sufficiently interested in what God has said to engage in diligent, prayerful study and, like those of Paul's day, still have to be taught "the first principles" of the Bible. They have remained babes, spiritually, unable to digest anything but "milk," and so remain "unskillful in the Word of righteousness" (Heb. 5:12-14). What has brought this condition about? Is it because our Bibles are being burned and the Church persecuted for reading it? Is it because God is unwilling to lead us further into His truth? Most assuredly not. It is because so many men of God in high places no longer have the single passion to know God's Word and to make it known. They could be as greatly used of God in teaching the Scriptures as their predecessors were, but they are "slothful of hearing" and hence can present their hearers with little that is of true value. This, in turn, is reflected in the religious masses. They "love" their Bibles, but not enough to study them diligently and become workmen whom God can approve. Let us not be numbered among these. Rather, let it be our one great desire to gain a clear understanding of God's Word, rightly divided -- for His sake, for our own sake and for the sake of the needy souls about us.
Commissioners accepting applications
The Pennington County Board of Commissioners is now accepting applications to fill at large positions on the SDSU/County Extension Advisory Board. The Board provides guidance and direction to the County Commissioners in the development, delivery, and evaluation of 4-H programs and services. Service in these positions is voluntary and no compensation will be derived. Board members are expected to attend four to six regularly scheduled meeting per year, as well as any special meetings which may be called if needs arise. Per SDCL 13-54-11; the membership shall be representative of the racial population mix in the county and of the various interest groups served by Extension. In order to fill this requirement, we are looking for White and American Indian persons with the majority being between the ages of 18-65 per the 2010 Census results for Pennington County. Those who want to be considered for an appointment are asked to submit a written statement of interest including your agency or community affiliation (if applicable), your particular interests as related to a board of this kind, and what you can contribute to such a board to the Commission Office, 315 Saint Joseph Street, Suite 156, Rapid City, SD 57701. All statements must be received in the Commission Office by 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 9, 2012. The applicants will be appointed at the May 15, 2012 Commission Meeting. For more information contact Tiffany Meyer, 4-H Youth Program Advisor, at (605) 394-2188.
When banker Bruce Rampelberg knocks on your door and asks for your vote in the June 2012 primary election, ask him to explain why he sponsored a bill to increase gasoline tax by 10¢. [See SB177, 2011 session]
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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
Wall Bldg. Center
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CLASSIFIED RATE: $6.50 minimum for first 20 words; 10¢ per word thereafter; included in the Pennington County Courant, the Profit, & The Pioneer Review, as well as on our website: www.pioneer-review.com. CARD OF THANKS: Poems, Tributes, Etc. … $6.50 minimum for first 20 words; 10¢ per word thereafter. Each name and initial must be counted separately. Included in the Pennington County Courant and the Profit. NOTE: $2.00 added charge for bookkeeping and billing on all charges. DISPLAY AD RATE: $8.00 per column inch, included in the Pennington County Courant and the Profit. $5.55 per column inch for the Pennington County Courant only. PUBLISHER’S NOTICE: All real estate advertised in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968, which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, or discrimination on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, or any intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination.” This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is a violation of the law. Our readers are informed that all dwellings
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LOG HOMES DAKOTA LOG HOME Builders representing Golden Eagle Log Homes, building in eastern, central, northwestern South & North Dakota. Scott Connell, 605-530-2672, Craig Connell, 605-264-5650, www.goldeneagleloghomes.com. NOTICES ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS statewide for only $150.00. Put the South Dakota Statewide Classifieds Network to work for you today! (25 words for $150. Each additional word $5.) Call this newspaper or 800-6583697 for details. STEEL BUILDINGS STEEL BUILDINGS - FACTORY DIRECT: 40x80, 50x100, 62x120, 70x150, 80x200, Must liquidate Spring deliveries. Limited supply. Call Trever 1888-782-7040.
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FOR SALE: Blumhardt slide-in pickup sprayer, new spray monitor, 7 hp. Honda motor, 60’ booms, 300 gallon tank. Oldermachine but works good. Asking $1,200. Call Dale at 685-8678. PR36-3tp PASTURE WANTED for 25-30 head of cow/calf pairs. Gary Williams, 386-4561 or 4843335. PW20-2tc WANTED: PRAIRIE DOG HUNTING GROUND. Two very responsible hunters coming to the area in late May/early June for a prairie dog hunting trip. Interested landowners needing some varmint control can contact Ben at 618/751-0450 or email to: nooney2006@frontier. com WP35-3tp PASTURE WANTED in Jackson or Pennington County with water for 10-15 heifers. Any size considered. Call 454-2120 or 4335028. PR35-2tp WANTED: Pasture for up to 80 pairs. Tom Williams, 859-2218, leave message. PR34-4tp WANTED: Summer pasture for 100 to 150 cow/calf pairs. Steve Pekron, 544-3202. PR22-12tc WANTED: Pasture for cow/calf pairs for this summer (2012 & beyond) within 60 miles of Philip. Fitch Farms, 859-2357 or 859-2334. P6-tfn
POSITION OPEN: Kadoka Area School District is seeking applications for an Elementary Principal. Application can be found on the Kadoka Area School District website. Applications must include cover letter, resume, and references, and submitted either electronically to Jamie. Hermann@k12.sd.us or mail to Kadoka Area School District, Attn: Jamie Hermann, 800 Bayberry St., PO Box 99, Kadoka, SD 57543. Kadoka Area School District is an EOE. K20-3tc ACCEPTING BIDS: Kadoka Area School District 35-2 is accepting bids to provide the school lunch program at the Midland School. The bid will include ordering, preparing, serving, and clean up after lunch each and every day school is in session. Student milk and free commodities will be available to the successful bidder and these fluctuate on a monthly basis. Please submit bids on a per plate basis to: Kadoka Area School 35-2, Attn: Jamie Hermann, PO Box 99, Kadoka, SD 57543, 605-837-2175 ext. 100. Application deadline is May 1, 2012. The Kadoka Area School District reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. K20-2tc SEASONAL TRACK LABORER: Philip, SD. $15.42-$18.13/ hour. We now ONLY accept applications online! To apply and view a description please go to our website at: www.cpr.ca. CANADIAN PACIFIC. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/ AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. PR35-2tp POSITION OPEN: The Kadoka Area School is accepting applications for a K-12 instrumental music instructor for the 2012-13 school year. Applications are available on the school website at www.kadoka.k12.sd.us and can be submitted through email or postal mail Attn: Jamie Hermann. EOE. K18-3tc HOUSEKEEPERS WANTED: Full or part-time positions available. Applicants must be prompt and have attention to detail. Positions available at Budget Host Sundowner and America’s Best Value Inn, Kadoka. Apply at ABVI or call Joe at 808/284-1865. K17-tfn HELP WANTED: The New Underwood Post Office is accepting applications for the position of Postmaster Relief/ Leave Replacement. A PMR/LR performs as a relief or leave replacement during the absence of the postmaster. Responsibilities include customer service, distribution of mail and window service and sale of USPS retail products. The PMR/LR will work Saturdays; other work days and hours will vary. The beginning salary is $9.45 per hour. Contact Tori Iske, Postmaster, at 605-754-6456 for more information. Apply online at http://usps.com/employment. NU16-tfn BADLANDS HARLEY-DAVIDSON IN WALL has openings for seasonal sales associates and cashiers. Individuals with strong customer service and sales skills should apply. Retail experience is preferred. If you enjoy working in an exciting environment, please send your resumé to: Sorrel Muscat, Badlands Harley-Davidson, 601 Main St., Wall, SD 57790, or email a copy to sorrel@black hillshd.com PW15-tfn GREAT SUMMER JOB! Sales experience preferred but will train. Salary plus commission. Possibility of up to $12.00 per hour wage. Housing is supplied in Wall. You will make great wages, meet lots of people and have fun. Position available May 1, 2012. Apply at GoldDiggers on Mt. Rushmore Road in Rapid City or call factory at 348-8108 or fax resumé to 348-1524. P14-tfn HELP WANTED: Need help for spring cleaning and full-time summer help. Call 279-2415, Wall. WP33-4tp
FOR SALE: Rope horse halters with 10’ lead rope, $15 each. Call 685-3317 or 837-2917. K44-tfn
WANTED: Hay to put up on shares in the Wall-Philip area. Call 441-0284, please leave a message. P20-4tp WANTED TO BUY: Junk cars and machinery for crushing. Will pick up at your place. Call 433-5443. P20-4tp ST. PATRICK’S YOUTH GROUP IN WALL is offering May Day baskets for $4, no delivery, and $5, with May Day delivery. Call 4419784 or contact Terri Harris by Saturday, April 28. PW19-2tc NOW TAKING CONSIGNMENTS! Machinery & Miscellaneous Auction at Philip Livestock Auction on Saturday, May 19. Poster deadline: Monday, April 23. Please call 859-2577 to consign. PR27-10tc WANTED: Looking for used oil. Taking any type and weight. Call Mike at 685-3068. P42-tfn
CITY OF MENNO, population 608, seeking FT police chief. SD certified. Benefits. Salary DOQ. Applications-resume due May 4 at 5 p.m. Call 605-3872427. CUSTER REGIONAL SENIOR CARE is searching for dedicated, caring nurses to join our team. We have full and part time LPN and RN positions available. We offer excellent benefits and competitive wages. For more information please contact TerryAnn Scott at (605) 673-2237 ext. 29 or log onto www.regionalhealth.com to apply. EEOC/AA. GREAT PAYING JOBS! Statewide construction jobs, $12.00 - $15.00 OR MORE hourly + benefits. Summer or permanent. No experience necessary. Hit Pay Dirt! Apply Online www.sdwork.org. WANTED: SERVICE TECHNICIANS at a stable dealership with three locations in South Dakota and four locations in Nebraska. Excellent benefit package. A/C service departments. Wages DOE. For locations and phone numbers check our website: www.grossenburg.com. EQUIPMENT OPERATOR/ MAINTENANCE Worker: Fulltime. Must have commercial driverís license/able to obtain within 3 months of hire date. Benefits package. Position open until filled. Apply: Haakon Co. Highway Dept., 22260 Lake Waggoner Rd., Philip, SD 57567. 605/859-2472. HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE FOREMAN, full time, Pierre area. Must have CDL, supervisory experience preferred. Wage DOQ. Contact DOL or Hughes County, 605-773-7477. Closes April 27. EOE. GREAT PAYING JOBS! Statewide construction jobs, $12.00 - $15.00 OR MORE hourly + benefits. Summer or permanent. No experience necessary. Hit Pay Dirt! Apply Online www.sdwork.org.
FOR SALE: 2001 Ford 4x4 F250 Super Duty Pickup, white, 4 door, great shape, 110K miles. Call 843-2868. PR36-4tp FOR SALE: 1993 GMC 1500 Sierra pickup, regular cab, 2WD, longbox, 146K miles, runs great, $3,000 OBO. Call 441-2697. PR35-tfn FOR SALE: 1969 Chevy 2500 pickup, regular cab, 2WD, longbox, 80K miles, $1,000 OBO. Call 441-2697. PR35-tfn
AUCTIONS WESTERN AUCTION: Buick 45,000 mi. Car, 2011 Enclosed Trailer, 2800 Gold & Silver Coins, 59 Guns, Antiques, Artifacts, Furniture, Art, Apr 2829, Wall, SD, 1-605-544-3316, www.PiroutekAuction.com. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY NEED MONEY TO PAY off bills?? Sell Avon! Work from home. Earn 40% on your first 4 orders. 1-877-454-9658. LOOMIX® FEED supplements is seeking Dealers. Motivated individuals with cattle knowledge and community ties. Contact Bethany @ (800) 870-0356 / becomeadealer@adm.com to find out if there is a Dealership opportunity in your area. EDUCATION MEDICAL BILLING TRAINEES needed! Train to become a Medical Office Assistant! No experience needed! Local job training. Placement available. HS diploma or GED and PC needed! 1-888-926-7884. EMPLOYMENT PAYING JOBS! GREAT Statewide construction jobs, $12.00 - $15.00 OR MORE hourly + benefits. Summer or permanent. No experience necessary. Hit Pay Dirt! Apply Online www.sdwork.org. TODD COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT, Mission, SD is seeking candidates for the position of superintendent of schools. The candidate needs to have the proper certification requirements and should be a strong educational leader with human relations skills and knowledge of working with cultural diversity. Contact Dr. Julie Ertz at 605-391-4719 or jertz@asbsd. org for application materials. Filing deadline May 4th.
LOOKING FOR GOOD HOME for five-year-old black lab named Mia. She is good with kids, needs area to run. Call Tim at 899P20-2tc 1852.
STIRLING CUSTOM FENCING is now booking jobs for 2012. Specializing in agriculture fence and windbreaks. No job too big or too small. Will build to suit your needs. Honest, reliable and hard working with competitive pricing. For booking and information contact Casey, 8909874. P19-4tc HILDEBRAND STEEL & CONCRETE: ALL types of concrete work. Rich, Colleen and Haven Hildebrand. Toll-free: 1-877867-4185; 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 hookups, waterline and tank installation and any kind of backhoe work, call Jon Jones, 843-2888, Midland. PR20-52tp BACKHOE AND TRENCHING: Peters Excavation, Inc. Excavation work of all types. Call Brent Peters, 837-2945 or 381-5568 K3-tfn (cell). GRAVEL: Screened or rock. Call O'Connell Construction Inc., 859-2020, Philip. P51-tfn WEST RIVER EXCAVATION will do all types of trenching, ditching and directional boring work. See Craig, Diana, Sauntee or Heidi Coller, Kadoka, SD, or call 837-2690. Craig cell: 390-8087, Sauntee cell: 390-8604; wrex@gwtc.net K50-tfn
GARAGE SALE: Saturday, May 5, 9:00 to 1:00, Phillis Thorson residence, 22077 Park Avenue, Philip. Lots of everything!! Most clothing items $1.00 or fill a bag for $5.00. Phillis Thorson & Crystal Martinez. PR36-1tc RUMMAGE SALE: 605 Sunshine Dr., Philip. April 27: 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. & April 28: 8 to 11 a.m. Kitchen table with chairs, bunkbed with mattress, twin bed, dressers, lawn mower, appliances, toys, men, women and boys’ clothing, western household décor for home. Adding P20-1tp more items daily. ANYONE INTERESTED in participating in a city-wide rummage sale, Saturday, June 9, Philip, please email Brittney Drury: brittney@pioneer-review. com, Selma Thorson: selma@ pioneer-review.com, or Diana Stewart: distew41@gwtc.net for more information. Deadline is April 30. P19-2tc
SMALL HOUSE FOR SALE IN WALL: Completely rewired, new lighting, new windows, redwood deck, fenced backyard. Call Lesters, 279-2528. PW20-3tp FOR SALE: Taking bids on a 24’x40’ split foyer house near Wicksville, to be moved. Steel siding, new shingles, flooring and countertops. Excellent condition. For more information call 3818147. PW19-3tp HOUSE FOR SALE, LOCATED AT 607 SUNSHINE DRIVE, PHILIP: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2100 sq. ft. home on a large lot located on a quiet cul-de-sac. Has attached 2-car garage, storage shed, large deck and an underground sprinkler system which operates off a private well. Contact Bob Fugate, Philip, at 8592403 (home) or 515-1946 (cell). P3-tfn
BOAT FOR SALE: 16’ tracker with 50 hp. motor, electric trolling motor, 55 lb. thrust. $5,500. Call 843-2139, (cell) 685-5586, ask for Jim. P20-2tc
CAREER OPPORTUNITY: ASSISTANT HIGHWAY SUPERINTENDENT, MEADE COUNTY, SD (Sturgis). Position includes a generous benefits program. Salary range $42,907 - $55,984 DOEQ. Closing date: May 23, See: www.meade2012. county.org for further instructions or call: Meade County HR office at 605/720-1625. PR36-3tc LOOKING TO DO SOMETHING NEW & DIFFERENT? Moses Building Center is looking for a self-motivated, reliable person to go to work. Tasks include, but not limited to, loading and delivering lumber, building storage sheds and warehouse work. Knowledge of power saws and other tools is required. Class A CDL and carpentry skills preferred. Wage depends on experience. For more information, contact Mike at Moses Building Center, Inc., Philip, SD, 8592100. PR36-2tc WANTED: Experienced waitress three nights per week at Jigger’s Restaurant in Kadoka. Call 8372000 or 837-2408 and ask for JoAnne. K19-4tc
APARTMENTS: Spacious one bedroom units, all utilities included. 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 application. Gateway Apartments, Kadoka. WP32-tfn
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FOR SALE: 2006 Honda CH80 Elite 80 scooter with 75 miles, very good condition. Firm price: $1,000. Contact Cathy or Van Simpfenderfer, 279-2838, Wall. WP35-2tc FOR SALE: A nice half ton pickup box trailer, need a floor and has fairly new tires, excellent for hauling wood. Selling price: $125. Contact Cathy or Van Simpfenderfer, 279-2838, Wall. WP35-2tc
Many thanks to my friends, family, and neighbors for the phone calls, visits, and food brought over during my recovery. I want to say a huge thank you to Kevin, Mike H., and Clint for coming so quickly and for fashioning the “Redneck Ambulance” while we waited for the real thing. I feel very fortunate to have such great friends. A special thank you to Kevin for coming out to do all the feeding chores in the morning for me. I would also like to thank the Wall Ambulance crew for their quick response. Mike, Dawn, and Butch were caring professionals that took great care of me! Richard Papousek To all the people who were at the Wall Community Center, Saturday night, who sang Happy Birthday to me which was very nice. Thank you very much. Freddie D. Ferguson
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REGuLAR BOARD MEETING uNAPPROVED MINuTES APRIL 11, 2012 The Board of Education of the Wall School District #51-5 met in regular session on Wednesday, April 11, 2012, in the Library of Wall School. Members present: Chairperson Eisenbraun, Vice-Chairperson Johnson, Members Cordes, Anderson, Williams, Bielmaier, and Trask. Also attending were Superintendent Rieckman, Business Manager Mohr, Elementary Principal Sykora, Autumn Schulz, Emily Linn, Anika Eisenbraun, Kris Kitterman, and Laurie Hindman. Chairperson Johnson called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. All action taken in the following minutes carried by unanimous vote unless otherwise stated. Business Manager Mohr took a roll call of the board members. All members were present. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. 4657. Trask moved to approve the agenda. Seconded by Cordes. GENERAL
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Motion carried. At 9:25 p.m., Chairperson Eisenbraun declared the meeting out of Executive Session. 4664. Johnson moved to approve 2012-13 Negotiations. Seconded by Anderson. Motion carried. 4665. Johnson moved to approve approve to offer certified contracts with the 2012-13 negotiated salaries and benefits. Seconded by Anderson. Motion carried. 4666. Johnson moved to approve to offer administrative and non-certified contracts with a 1.35% increase. Seconded by Anderson. Motion carried. The Teacher Appreciation Supper will be held on May 24th at the Wall Golf Course. The bids for the painting project at the Power House will be tabled until further review. With no further business brought to the board, Chairperson Johnson declared the meeting adjourned at 9:27 p.m. Respectfully submitted by Niki Mohr, Business Manager ______________ LuNCH TOTAL FuNDS
Pennington County Courant • April 26, 2012 •
FOR MOWING OF HAY Sealed bids, addressed to the City Finance Officer, P.O. Box 314, Wall, SD 57790, for the hay to be mowed at the City Airport and Morning Side Property will be received at the office of the Finance Officer until 2:00 p.m. MST on May 8, 2012. Specifications for mowing and removing the hay can be obtained from the City Finance Officer or call (605) 279-2663. All bids must be accompanied by a cashier’s check or certified check upon a state or national bank in the amount of the bid plus a deposit of $200 as a performance guarantee to assure the entire airport will be mowed, all hay removed and no damage has been done to runways, taxiways and/or parking areas. All checks shall be made payable to the City Of Wall. The City Of Wall reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive any informality therein. CITY OF WALL Carolynn Anderson Finance Officer Published April 19 & 26, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $24.70. South Dakota, the aforesaid described real property situated in Pennington County, South Dakota was first offered for sale at public auction to competitive bidders. Not having been sold for want of bidders, said County Treasurer’s Certificates of sale for same was issued by the County Treasurer of Pennington County, South Dakota, who is now the lawful owner thereof. The right of redemption will expire and deeds for said lots will be made upon expiration of sixty days from completed service of notices. Dated at Rapid City, this 18th day of April 2012 Janet Sayler Treasurer of Pennington County Published April 26 & May 3, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $27.91.
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FOOD SERVICE FuND CHILD & ADULT NUTRITION SERVICES, FOOD, 123.80; DEAN FOODSNORTH CENTRAL, MILK, 1,024.99; EARTHGRAINS/SARA LEE BAKERY GROUP, FOOD, 85.60; REINHART FOODSERVICE, L.L.C., FOOD, 1,755.77; US FOODSERVICE, FOOD, 1,324.29; WALL FOOD CENTER, FOOD, 104.70; WALL WATER DEPARTMENT, WATER, 39.76; WEST RIVER ELECTRIC COOP., ELECTRIC, 661.89. FuND TOTAL: 5,120.80 CHECKING ACCOuNT TOTAL: 43,468.79 Eisenbraun read the student achievements and thanked Teen 19 for covering the meeting. Eisenbraun and Johnson read the bids received for painting the Power House. Pat Kinsella $22,500; Dakota Coating Co. $28,500.00; Roy Shull $50,624.00; and Kracy Painting $26,300.00. Kris Kitterman, owner of Kracy Painting, was present to answer questions the board members had about his bid. The board decided anymore discussion on this topic would be discussed during Other Business. Mohr asked the Board to approve the leasing of the District’s hay ground to Jan CAPITAL OuTLAY SPEC. ED.
whether it will be to contract for the service or start a service of their own. Motion by Dunker, second by Leonard to approve moving forward with an election to form an Ambulance District and hire the County Auditor to draw up the petition and run the election. Motion carried. Motion by Dunker, second by Hustead to hold the election at all the county precincts within the proposed district and ask for volunteer election board workers. Motion carried. Motion by Hustead, second by Morgan to approve a July 10th election date. Motion carried. Councilman Leonard volunteered to circulate petitions in Ward 3, Councilman Dunker and Councilman Hutead volunteered to circulate petitions in Ward 1 and Mayor Hahn volunteered to circulate petitions in Ward 2 with the absence of Councilman Stan Anderson and Councilman Mike Anderson at this time. Larry volunteered to circulate petitions in the Towns of Wasta and Quinn as well as the Creighton area. Finance Officer Anderson volunteered to circulate petitions during the Fireman’s Pancake supper on Saturday night from 4:00 – 7:00pm. With no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 11:05am. ____________ David L. Hahn, Mayor ___________________ Carolynn M. Anderson, Finance Officer Published April 26, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $37.37.
MINuTES APRIL 19, 2012 The Wall City Council met for a special meeting April 19th at 10:00am in the Community Center meeting room. Members present: Dave Hahn, Mayor; Rick Hustead, Councilman; Pete Dunker, Councilman; Bill Leonard, Councilman; Jerry Morgan, Councilman Others present: Carolynn Anderson, Finance Officer; Laurie Hindman, Pennington Co. Courant; Larry Gravatt Members Absent: Stan Anderson, Councilman; Mike Anderson, Councilman Motion by Leonard, second by Hustead to approve the amended agenda with the Transfer Station lease agreement added for discussion. Motion carried. Motion by Dunker, second by Leonard to approve the building permit for Dan & Dawn Hilgenkamp to build a pole barn in Shearer Addition #1, Block 3, Lot 3; pending Public Works Director Clark reviewing for setbacks. Motion carried. There was discussion on who would be responsible for replacing the culvert on the driveway east of the Transfer Station building. The City has a culvert that can be used as a replacement. The consensus was if that culvert is owned by the city and meant to replace the culvert east of the building, then it should be the city’s responsibility to replace it. Larry Gravatt reported to the council the county commissioner’s rejection to approve the Ambulance District resolution. The commissioner’s stated it will need to be a vote of the people to form the Ambulance District. Larry apologized for letting the city down. The council stated he was not at fault; it was understood that it could be rejected. Larry explained the proposed boundaries were based on the Ambulance response area today. He felt it would be disastrous if we would have agreed to automatically exclude portions of the four townships on the southern edge of the proposed district which are Castle Butte, Imlay, Conata and Scenic that did not want to be included in the district. That decision would have mushroomed and other townships would have requested the same treatment. The four townships chose to form a district of their own which is allowed by state statue. They will need to provide ambulance service to the people within that district;
BEGINNING BALANCE: 02-28-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$643,120.38 . . . .$296,920.33 . .$18,794.70 . . .$1,593,957.91 . .$17,180.68 . . . . .$2,569,974.00 Receipts: Local Sources: . . . . . . . . . . .$24,411.31 . . . . .$6,974.05 . . . .$6,744.03 . . . .$466.92 . . . . . . .$6,414.1 . . . . . . . . .$45,010.46 County Sources: . . . . . . . . .$1,386.78 . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,386.78 State Sources: . . . . . . . . . . .$51,269.00 . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . .$51,269.00 Federal Sources: . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$4,221.97 . . . . . . . . .$4,221.97 Other Sources: . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,600.00 General Journal Revenue: . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 Total to be accounted for: . . . . . . . . .$720,187.47 . . . .$306,494.38 . .$25,538.73 . . .$1,594,424.83 . .$27,816.80 . . . . .$2,674,462.21 Disbursements: . . . . . . . . . .$215,123.72 . . .$10,180.55 . . .$34,054.72 . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$13,074.40 . . . . . .$272,433.39 General Journal Disbursements: . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . .$0.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$0.00 EOM BALANCE: 03-31-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$505,063.75 . . . .$296,313.83 . .$-8,515.99 . . .$1,594,424.83 . .$14,742.40 . . . . .$2,402,028.82 During discussion, Williams asked to move the Teacher Appreciation Supper to Executive Session. A vote was taken, all were in favor, and motion carried. 4658. Johnson moved to approve the consent agenda as follows: Seconded by Williams. Motion carried. Approve minutes of March 14, 2012 board meeting. •Approve April claims. •Accept Dan Hauk’s resignation as Asst. Volleyball Coach, with regret. GENERAL FuND A & B WELDING CO, SUPPLIES, 28.13; BARNETT, SHARON, MAR MLG, 170.94; BELLE FOURCHE SCHOOL DISTRICT, ENTRY FEE, 80.00; BLASIUS, BRETT OR PAULA, MAR MLG, 37.74; CARTER, ANGELA, MAR MLG, 216.38; CHAMBERLAIN SCHOOLS, REG GYM LOSS/ENTRY FEE, 382.49; CITY OF WALL, VACANCY PUBLICATION, 18.84; CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCING, SUPPLIES, 183.33; CROWN OIL CO., DIESEL, 1,249.32; ELSHERE, STACY, MAR MLG, 50.51; ELWOOD, KRISTEN, MAR MLG, 228.96; FAUSKE, TIM OR ERIN, MAR MLG, 301.92; FIRST INTERSTATE BANK, SUPPLIES/TRAVEL, 2,290.89; FRINK, AMANDA, MAR MLG, 73.26; GIBSON, JANELLE, MAR MLG, 207.20; GOLDEN WEST TECHNOLOGIES, PHONE MAINT/CARD READER FOR DOOR, 1,159.26; GRINDSTONE RURAL WATER SYSTEM, 2009 - 2011 WATER SERVICE, 352.50; HAMPTON INN, VB CLINIC, 81.00; HEATHERSHAW, ANITA, MAR MLG, 66.60; HOLIDAY INN HOTEL & CONVENTION, CENTER, AD CONF HOTEL, 163.90; KIER, ASHLEY, MAR MLG, 211.64; LUEDEMAN, DANA , MAR MLG, 179.08; MARCO, INC., COPIES, 571.37; MC LEODS PRINTING, SUPPLIES, 116.75; McCONNELL, GWEN, MAR MLG, 201.28; MINDWARE, WASP SUPPLIES, 109.00; NCS PEARSON, INC., DIAL 3 RECORD FORM, 65.9; OFFICE MAX, SUPPLIES, 51.86; PENNINGTON COUNTY COURANT, PROCEEDINGS/AD, 254.55; PHILLIPS66, CONOCO, 76, GAS, 387.47; QUEEN CITY CLASSIC, ENTRY FEE, 60.00; RED ROCK RESTAURANT, IN-SERVICE, 78.80; S.D.H.S.A.A., RULE BOOKS, 142.00; SAM'S CLUB, TESTING MINTS, 31.72; SASD, REGISTRATION, 75.00; SD BANDMASTERS GRADE CONTEST, CONTEST FEES, 141.00; SDASBO, CONF RE, 50.00; SECTION 8002, REG FEES, 110.00; SHEARER, MEGHAN, FEB/MAR MLG, 384.80; SKILLINGSTAD, DORREEN, MAR MLG, 208.83; SKILLINGSTAD, KORTNEY, MAR MLG, 46.62; SUNDALL, KELLI, MLG, 65.34; TRUST AND AGENCY, SUPPLIES/REG, 357.95; VANWAY TROPHY & AWARD, AWARDS, 247.00; WALKER REFUSE, GARBAGE, 535.25; WALL BUILDING CENTER, SUPPLIES, 410.58; WALL FOOD CENTER, WASP GROCERIES, 31.25; WALL WATER DEPARTMENT, WATER, 292.34; WEST RIVER ELECTRIC COOP., ELECTRIC, 5,957.01; WILLIAMS, STEPHANIE, FEB/MAR MLG, 352.24; WRIGHT EXPRESS FSC, GAS, 39.49. FuND TOTAL: 19,109.29 CAPITAL OuTLAY FIRST INTERSTATE BANK, TEXTBOOKS, 147.30; HILDEBRAND CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION, CONCRETE AT TRACK, 1,366.80; KITTERMAN'S CONSTRUCTION, DIRT/GRAVEL FOR TRACK, 153.00; TLC ELECTRIC, BUS BARN LIGHTING REVAMP, 6,200.00; TRUST AND AGENCY, VAC & CART, 1,420.99; WALL BUILDING CENTER, LUMBER FOR TRACK/FIELD, 146.36. FuND TOTAL: 9,434.45 SPECIAL EDuCATION FuND CEDAR SHORE RESORT, ROOMS FOR CONFERENCE, 327.80; CHILDREN'S CARE HOSPITAL & SCH, FEBRUARY TUITION, 9,247.95; FIRST INTERSTATE BANK, GAS, 39.63; KITTERMAN, STUART, CONFERENCE MEALS; 30.00; PHILLIPS66, CONOCO, 76, GAS, 83.92; SCHREIBER, HEATHER, CONFERENCE MEALS, 30.00; SUPER DUPER PUBLICATIONS, FLUENCY FLIPS, 44.95. FuND TOTAL: 9,804.25 Bielmaier for another year. 4660. Johnson moved to approve to offer a lease agreement to Jan Bielmaier for one year at the rate of $215 for the land west of the school. Seconded by Anderson. Motion carried. 4661. Anderson moved to approve SDHSAA Resolution #12-4. Seconded by Williams. Motion carried. Eisenbraun passed around thank-you cards he received from staff for the bonuses that were given in March. Fulltime staff received $1,175 and part-time staff received $575. Elementary Principal Sykora gave his report to update the board on the current happenings in the elementary. Students in grades 3-8 & 11 are completing Dakota STEP testing. The results will be available sometime this summer. Sykora thanked parents for the great student attendance during testing, thanked the teachers for handling schedule changes well, and thanked the students for the hard work they put into the tests. Kindergarten screening is scheduled for April 13th with 17 children scheduled to attend. The district anticipates 21 new kindergarten students next fall. The Title I Parent and Consolidated Application surveys are being sent home with elementary students and emailed to 7-12 students. Please complete these surveys and return them to the school. Lastly, the Blue Ribbon School application has gone through the first tier of the process. The final statuses won’t be announced until next fall. Business Manager Mohr informed the board that health insurance premiums will be increasing by 2.5% or approximately $5,500. Mohr announced that there will be an election for school board this year. The election will be combined with the County on Tuesday, June 5th. The candidates are Todd Trask, Angela Lytle, Scot Eisenbraun, and Pamela Johnson. She also informed the board that she would be attending the Spring SDASBO conference and an Impact Aid meeting at the end of the month in Pierre. The 201213 budget will be prepared over the next month and the preliminary budget will be presented at the May board meeting. Mohr thanked Kathy Rieckman for all of her help in the office and also thanked Susie Westby for being so willing to learn new tasks and working extra hours when needed to keep the office running as smoothly as possible. Superintendent/7-12 Principal Rieckman announced that the Chamber of Commerce banquet will be held on April 20th and Lori Walker will be honored for Teacher of the Year. Rieckman noted that Kadoka school district is looking at supporting the gymnastics program in a monetary fashion by providing a certain dollar amount per athlete and also helping with travel costs. The storage of the gymnastics floor was also discussed and the suggestion of moving out a section of the bleachers at the Power House was discussed as an option. Rieckman passed around a quote on building a fence around the football field/track which would include 2 smooth wires and wood/steal posts. The fence would keep all vehicles out of the field and off the track. 4662. Williams moved to approve accepting this quote and moving forward with this project. Seconded by Anderson. Motion carried. Next, purchasing a new 47 passenger bus was the topic of discussion. Rieckman explained that our district can piggyback off of Lake Central’s bid that was accepted this spring. The board would like to look into advertising the old bus for sale. 4663. Bielmaier moved to approve accepting Lake Central’s bid from Harlow’s in Webster. Seconded by Cordes. Motion carried. 4664. At 8:07 p.m., Bielmaier moved to go into Executive Session for the purpose of discussing personnel, according to SDCL 1-25-2. Seconded by Johnson. ________________ Niki Mohr, Business Manager Published April 26, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $130.34. Scot Eisenbraun, Chairperson
Sealed bids will be received by the Pennington County Highway Department on behalf of the Board of Commissioners for the following item at the Pennington County Highway Department, 3601 Cambell Street, Rapid City, SD 57701, until 2:00 PM on Wednesday, May 9, 2012. Any bids received after 2:00 PM will be returned unopened. NEMO ROAD BRIDGE REPAIRS STR. 52-324-266; STR. 52-321-266; STR. 52-306-261 Copies of the project plans are on file at the Pennington County Highway Department, 3601 Cambell Street, Rapid City, South Dakota 57701, and may also be obtained from the Pennington County Website at http://www.co.pennington.sd.us/highway/hwy.html. For questions and comments, please contact the Pennington County Highway Department at (605) 394-2166. By virtue of statutory authority, preference will be given to materials, products, and supplies found or produced within the State of South Dakota. The Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any irregularities therein and reserves the right to award the contract to the lowest responsible bidder as they so determine. Julie A. Pearson, Auditor Pennington County Published April 26, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $14.30.
NOTICE TO REDEEM FROM TAX DEED To the following owners of record or their unknown executors, administrators, heirs, devisees, or legatees. 080647 THE NORTH 100 FEET (N100’) OF LOT 2 IN BLOCK 11 OF LAMPERT’S ADDITION TO THE CITY OF RAPID CITY, PENNINGTON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA. (ID 24981) ERIC H OLSON, RONALD HODGE AND LINDA HODGE. You are hereby notified that, at a sale of land and lots for unpaid taxes by the County Treasurer of Pennington County, South Dakota, the aforesaid described real property situated in Pennington County, South Dakota was first offered for sale at public auction to competitive bidders. Not having been sold for want of bidders, said County Treasurer’s Certificates of sale for same was issued by the County Treasurer of Pennington County, South Dakota, who is now the lawful owner thereof. The right of redemption will expire and deeds for said lots will be made upon expiration of sixty days from completed service of notices. Dated at Rapid City, this 18th day of April 2012 Janet Sayler Treasurer of Pennington County Published April 26 & May 3, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $26.08.
MINuTES MARCH 15, 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 10:34 a.m. (CT). Roll Call was taken and Chairman Joseph Hieb declared a quorum was present. Directors present were: Joseph Hieb, Casey Krogman, Marion Matt, Veryl Prokop and Lorne Smith. Also present: Jake Fitzgerald, Manager; Kati Venard, Sec./Bookkeeper; Dave Larson, Larson Law PC. ADDITIONS TO AGENDA: None APPROVE AGENDA: Motion by Director Smith, seconded by Director Matt to approve the agenda. Motion carried unanimously. APPROVE MINuTES: The minutes of the February 16, 2012, meeting were previously mailed to the Board for their review. Motion by Director Prokop, seconded by Director Krogman to approve the February minutes. Motion carried unanimously. 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; Pennington County Courant, $35.74; Lyman County Herald, $39.92; Murdo Coyote, $79.09; Todd County Tribune, $41.54; Pioneer Review, $36.71; Casey Peterson & Associates, $5,300.00. Motion by Director Matt, seconded by Director Krogman to approve the District bills. Motion carried unanimously. B. DISTRICT FINANCIAL STATUS REPORT: The financial status of the District to date was previously sent to the Board. A copy of the February Financial Report is on file at the District office in Murdo. Motion by Director Prokop, seconded by Director Matt to approve the February Financial Report. Motion carried unanimously. REPORTS: A. MANAGER'S REPORT: Manager Fitzgerald presented his March report to the Board. Motion by Director Krogman, seconded by Director Smith to approve the Manager’s Report. Motion carried unanimously. B. OTHER REPORTS: None STATE RANGELAND & SOILS DAYS: Manager Fitzgerald presented a letter from the Haakon and Jackson County Conservation District requesting funding assistance for the State Rangeland and Soils Days, which they will be hosting for the next 2 years. Motion by Director Matt to give $250, Director Prokop seconded and moved to amend the motion to provide assistance in the amount of $500 for each year. Director Matt agreed to the amended motion. Motion carried unanimously. ADJOuRNMENT: There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 10:42 A.M. (CT). ATTEST: _________________ Kati Venard, Recording Secretary ___________ Joseph Hieb, Chairman Published April 26, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $30.54.
NOTICE TO REDEEM FROM TAX DEED To the following owners of record or their unknown executors, administrators, heirs, devisees, or legatees. 080524 LOTS 19 AND 20 IN BLOCK 8 OF BOULEVARD ADDITION TO THE CITY OF RAPID CITY, PENNINGTON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA. (ID 35713) JAMES P WILSON, DEBRA A WILSON, DACOTAH BANK, KOCH COMPANY, LVNV FUNDING LLC TRAK AMERICA RESURGENT CAPITAL AND TENANT AT 1229 KANSAS CITY ST. You are hereby notified that, at a sale of land and lots for unpaid taxes by the County Treasurer of Pennington County,
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The Looking Glass of Time
80 years ago… At the regular meeting of the Wall Volunteer Fire Department held Thursday, March 7th at the Fire Hall, a resolution was adopted in regular order that the firemen take it upon themselves to sponsor a Paint Up Clean Up Campaign. The time set is from the 15th to the 30th of April, and the town residents are respectfully asked to cooperate. To eliminate unnecessary hazards, everyone is asked to clean up all rubbish and trash on their property before April 30th. At that time the Department will hire a man to clean up any remaining debris, and will assess the cost to those owning the property on which the clean up is made. Any public property will be cleaned up at the expense of the firemen. From the 1930 census bureau the following information has been obtained: the United States has a population of 122,775,046; the total number of retail stores, 1,549,168; the annual per capita sales of the United States made by these retail stores is $407.53. The total number of stores per thousand of population is 12.6; the total retail sales made by the 1,549,168 during 1929 amounted to $50,033,850,792. Now compare these figures with those of South Dakota whose population is $692,849; retail stores, 8,900; annual per capita sales, $378.36; number of stores per thousand of population, $13.0; total retail sales, $262,148,879. 70 years ago… BiRTH: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Eisenbraun, a girl, Thursday, April 9. The fire alarm sounded Sunday afternoon but the fire was out when the firemen arrived at the Lewis Service Station. Louis Kalkbrenner had been using a blow torch on a car but soon had the fire extinguished without any damage. BiRTH: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Eisenbraun a girl, Wanda Mary, on Wednesday, April 8. 60 years ago… Ten babies were baptised at the Methodist Easter Service, Sunday morning, by Rev. H. Cowherd. There were also five older children and three adults baptised, and five admitted to the church membership. W.G. Shelton won over Frank Hindman in the only contested office in the Wall election Tuesday. He received 57 votes to 38 for Hindman. Only one candidate filed for the other three alderman posts and present members are, T. E. Hustead in Ward I, C. M. Best in Ward II, Hans Hamann in Ward III, and Howard Connolly for Mayor. The remaining members of the City Council are Dr. G. W. Mills and Wayne Crown. Ralph Wilsey reports that he picked up 300 nice sized bass and bullheads along the bank on one of his dams. The Game and Fish Department stated that the cause of death was lack of vitamins from sunshine because of the heavy covering of snow during the winter. 50 years ago… The sale of the Ralph Ivins Elevator business was consummated late Wednesday night as Ivins signed the necessary papers to turn over his interests to the Tri State Milling Co. Possession by Tri State will take place June 30. Ralph Ivins will continue doing business as usual until the reins are turned over to the new owners. About fifty farmers in this area had attempted to purchase the business but wanted more time to consider the proposition and to see if the necessary capital could be raised. The Wall fire truck was called Friday afternoon to fight the first prairie fire of the season. The fire apparently started from a fire that had been built by fishermen at the old town dam and was backing up in the tall grass near the dam. Harvey Stone reported the grass fire. Kenneth Smith drove out with the truck and a few “Indian Fighters”, and easily put out the creeping fire. No fire siren was blown. The Gate City Bowling Team of Wall won two steak dinners in Sunday’s games at Hot Springs, and in Rapid City. In the morning, the Wall team played on the Audrey Shaffer Lanes in Hot Springs, where they won their first set of steak dinners. In the afternoon, they played the Gate City All-Star Dairy (Rapid City team) on the Robbinsdale Lanes, and won their second steak dinner. The Wall traveling team were C.K. Smith, Lowell Thomas, James Parke, Merlyn Doyle, and Lynn Williams. 40 years ago… Raymond H. Ghering is listed as a member of the Proud Angler Club. He is reported as catching a channel catfish that weighed 18 pounds 7 ounces. The place is
stated as “unknown”. The Courant has reason to believe that the catch was near Wall. J. Merle Prince, Forest Supervisor of the Nebraska National Forest, has presented Kenneth D. Renner, Range Technician, Wall, with a Certificate of Merit and salary increase for work above and beyond that required. Ken began working for the Forest Service on a part-time appointment in 1958. Since that time he has progressed steadily up the career ladder to his present position of responsibility. During this period of time, Ken has been active in many community affairs, contributing of himself unselfishly. A Special Achievement Award was presented to Mrs. Elloween M. Saunders, Clerk-Stenography, at Badlands National Monument by Superintendent Cecil D. Lewis, Tuesday, April 13. Along with a citation for exceeding the normal requirements for her position, Mrs. Saunders was presented an award check by Mr. Lewis in the amount of $200.00 and a memorandum of congratulations from the Director
of the Midwest Region, J. Leonard Volz. Mrs. Saunders has filled various clerical positions at Badlands National Monument for the past 18 years. 30 years ago… Gina Drewitz was on the Dean’s List of the fall semester, 1981, at Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, California. Gina achieved at least a 3.5 grade point average while completing at least 12 credit hours. Gina is the daughter of Al and Marilyn Drewitz of Wall. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Maude of Scenic, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lynette, to Joe Stangle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Stangle of New Underwood. The couple have planned a June 5 wedding. The Wall High School boys and girls track team competed in the Heart of the Hills track meet at Hill City and turned in another outstanding performance. The boys finished with 51 points and placed 3rd out of 12 teams. The girls finished with 36 points and placed 4th out of 12 teams.
20 years ago… The National Grassland Visitor Center received its official groundbreaking in Wall on Wednesday, April 15. The day was bright and sunny, matching the mood of the people who gathered for the event. The 4,400-square-foot center, when completed, will include an information and exhibit area, plus an auditorium. The center will perform promotional, educational, public safety and visitor service functions. The Wall High School track teams participated in two meets last week. They attended the Bennett County Track meet in Martin April 14 and the Black Hills State Relays in Spearfish April 18. 10 years ago… Wall High School celebrated Prom 2002 on Saturday evening. Seniors Jesse Wilson and Katie Johnston were named King and Queen. Earlier this month, Alvin Crown succeeded at what most bowlers only strive for, scoring a perfect
300. In order to accomplish this 300, Alvin threw strikes twelve times in a row. Wall School had a special guest Monday, April 8th. Elementary school students received a visit from Badlands National Park. Tara Novakowski, a park intern from North Carolina, presentedvarious programs to the kindergartners, first, second and third graders. The programs that Tara presented to the Wall School were part of Badlands National Park’s education outreach program entitled Badlands in Your Classroom.
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