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Number 19 Volume 107 May 10, 2012
Graduating class of Drug Abuse South Dakota newspapers are Resistance Education program main source for local information
South Dakotans turn to newspapers first for local news and information as well as information about where to shop locally, according to a recent statewide survey of 500 adults. South Dakota newspapers outpace all other media as the No. 1 source for local news. The state's 119 weeklies and 11 dailies also are the first place South Dakotans go for local retail advertising information. The random phone survey of 500 adults was completed in late 2011 by Pulse Research of Portland, Ore. The survey was commissioned by South Dakota Newspaper Association. "Newspapers supply the trusted content, both news and advertising, readers are looking for," said SDNA President Lucy Halverson, publisher of the Lyman County Herald, Presho. "Newspapers in South Dakota are an integral part of their community and will continue to be well into the future." South Dakota daily and weekly newspapers and their websites are the No. 1 source for local news and information for more than twothirds of the adults who participated in the Pulse Research survey. Almost half of the survey respondents said they look to newspapers first for local retail advertising information, far outpacing all other media choices. Among some of the other key responses from the statewide survey: •Seventy-four percent of South Dakotans read their local newspaper. At least two adults per household read each issue of South Dakota newspapers. •When asked about the credibility and believability of information they read in newspapers, South Dakotans ranked their local newspapers higher than in previous years when the same survey question was asked. •The average age of South Dakotans who read newspapers is 45. Almost two-thirds of South Dakota newspaper readers have at least some level of post-secondary education. •The average household income of South Dakota newspaper readers is $59,458. Sixty percent are married. Pulse Research, Inc., completed 500 phone interviews with South Dakota adults between Oct. 24-31, 2011. Every South Dakota county is represented in the phone survey. South Dakota Newspaper Association, founded in 1882 and based in Brookings, represents 130 weekly and daily newspapers with a total readership of more than 600,000.
Wall Fifth grade 2012 graduates. Back row pictured from left to right ... Mercede Hess, Jaicee Williams, Cooper McLaughlin, Victoria Poor Bear, Jace O’Rourke, Derek Griebel, Jack Ermish and Raiden Crawford. Front row pictured from left to right ... Terel Eisenbraun, Meghan Patterson, Shelby Ruland, Tadan Casjens, Bradan McDonnell, Karlie Dartt, Cash Wilson and Cooper McConaghy. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
The Wall Elementary fifth grade class received certificates, pins and red t-shirts on Wednesday, May 2, when they graduated from the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program. Deputy Rick McPherson instructor for the program, Deputy Darren Ginn and Game Warden Jamin Hartland shook hands and congratulated students as they came forward to receive their awards. Deputy McPherson taught the program to 17 fifth graders who were taught skills to avoid alcohol, drugs or tobacco, peer pressure and bullying. Deputy McPherson said, “The big topic of the program this year was helping students with peer pressure and bullying.” McPherson announced the winners of the essay contest: first - Terel Eisenbraun, second - Jaicee Williams, third - Jack Ermish and tied for fourth - Shelby Ruland and Jacob Bielmaier. D.A.R.E. officers also pick one student who is an exemplary role mode in-class as well as out-ofclass. McPherson announced that Jaicee Williams was the deserving recipient. Jaicee received the D.A.R.E. mascot stuffed animal, named Darin. Students in the class also received basketballs and footballs from the school for graduating from D.A.R.E. D.A.R.E. report first place winner Terel Eisenbraun’s essay: D.A.R.E. stands for Define, Assess, Respond and Evaluate. I have learned a bunch of bad things about alcohol and many other drugs. I have learned that if you sniff, touch or eat any drug you can die instantly and I hope I never think about doing drugs. I have learned about peer pressure and how you need to look the person in the eye so they know you are serious. I have learned that there are 200 known poisons in cigarette smoke. That is important because if I ever thought about smoking I would remember that it has 200 poisons in it. I have learned about the warning signs on the cigarette boxes. If I ever thought about smoking I might buy a pack and look at the warning signs and say this is the number one cause of lung cancer and I wouldn’t do it. I have learned to always say no to any kind of drug or alcohol and if someone is peer pressuring me or not. I have also learned that 3,000 nonsmokers die a year from second hand smoking. This will help me because I will know that when someone is smoking I will leave. I have learned that tobacco or drugs will stain your teeth and give you bad breath. I have also learned that it will slow down your breathing and will make you dizzy and also make you worse at sports and sports are a very big part of my life and I love them so I would never do anything that can hurt me at sports. This all made a big influence on me because I want to be a good person and not do drugs. The skills I have learned are very important and they will help me throughout life. I pledge to never do drugs, drink or smoke. I pledge to be a good person and avoid peer pressure. I want to thank you, Deputy McPherson, for
DENR recognizes City of Wall for drinking water compliance
The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) announced that the City of Wall public water system and the system’s certified operators have been awarded a Drinking Water Certificate of Achievement Award. The award is for outstanding water system operations and environmental compliance with state drinking water standards for the past year. The system’s certified operators are Jeffrey Clark and Garrett Bryan. “The best bargain in South Dakota is reliable, high quality, safe water from your public drinking water systems - 24 hours per day - seven days a week,” said DENR Secretary Steve Pirner. “The managers and operators receiving this DENR award guaranteed their water was safe by achieving 100 percent compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act during 2011.” To qualify for the Drinking Water Certificate of Achievement Award, public water systems and their operators had to meet all of the following requirements for 2011: •compliance monitoring, •drinking water standards, •distribute a Drinking Water Report, •lead/copper actions levels, and •comply with operator certification requirements.
D.A.R.E. essay winners. Pictured from left to right ... tied for fourth place were Shelby Ruland and Jacob Bielmaier, third place - Jack Ermish, second place - Jaicee Williams and first place Terel Eisenbraun reading his essay outloud to the class ~Photo Laurie Hindman and those in attendance.
Governor declares May as Beef Month
Governor Dennis Daugaard recently proclaimed this fifth month of 2012 as May Beef Month—a great time to recognize the huge contribution that the beef industry makes to the state of South Dakota. In making the proclamation, the executive director of the South Dakota Beef Industry Council (SDBIC) says the governor is honoring cattle producers and all of the allied industries that play a role in bringing beef to the plates of consumers in the state—and worldwide. “It is important that South Dakotans recognize the valuable contributions the beef cattle industry makes to our state,” explains Frederick. “This proclamation is a 45-year-old tradition that recognizes one of the state’s most important economic sectors.” In fact, says Frederick, South Dakota’s number one industry, agriculture, has a $21 billion-economic impact on the state’s economy, and the beef industry contributes $2.8 billion to that total—the largest segment. “We appreciate the Governor’s recognition of the beef industry and its more than 15,000 cattle producers who not only contribute economically to our state but are good stewards of their land, utilizing environmental practices that will ensure their ranches and farms will be productive for future generations,” says Frederick. The SDBIC will be celebrating Beef Month with a number of beef promotion events throughout the month across the state. Frederick also encourages South Dakotans to simply enjoy a beef burger or steak this month as they begin the traditional grilling season. “As you put that ground beef burger or steak on the grill,” says Frederick, “just remember the thousands of producers in our state who are dedicated to producing a safe, nutritious and delicious product.”
Public Notices highlight Insurance Companies' financial condition
In this issue you will find publication of financial summaries of various insurance companies licensed to do business in South Dakota. Insurance companies doing business in South Dakota are required by state law to publish these financial summaries annually. The summary lists the insurance company's assets, liabilities, business in South Dakota for the year and the lines in which the company is authorized by the state of South Dakota to sell insurance. "Recent times in our nation's economy have shown us that more disclosure and more information is crucial to public confidence in all aspects of our financial industry," SDNA General Manager David Bordewyk said. "These important public notices help fulfill the expectations held by South Dakotans." The published insurance company financial statements from all South Dakota newspapers soon will be available at www.sdpublicnotices.com. The Web site is a compilation of all public notices first published in all South Dakota newspapers. This newspaper along with all other newspapers in the state and South Dakota Newspaper Association have joined together to provide the public notice Web site as a public service at no cost to state and local governments. For more information about any insurance company doing business in South Dakota, contact the state Division of Insurance in Pierre at (605) 773-3563. For more information about the publication of these legal notices, contact your local newspaper or South Dakota Newspaper Association. South Dakota Newspaper Association, founded in 1882 and based in Brookings, represents 130 weekly and daily newspapers with a total readership of more than 600,000.
D.A.R.E. instructor Deputy Rick McPherson congratulates Jaicee Williams for being chosen as an exemplary role model for the program. Jaicee received a stuffed lion named Darin. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
all the things you have taught me and for using your time to come teach us. I pledge to remember these skills you have taught me and use them. I really hope to remember these skills as long as I live. Second place winner Jaicee Williams essay: Lots of people think drinking, smoking and doing drugs is cool. Guess what, though, it’s not! D.A.R.E. has taught me lots of things that I didn’t know. Did you know smoking and drinking hurts your whole body? Tobacco can give you gum, lung and heart cancer. Tobacco can also make your teeth yellow and fall out. Tobacco affects your whole body. too. Marijuana is addictive. D.A.R.E. taught me that you can grow it, it is a type of smoke and it is illegal in the United States. Marijuana has more tar in it than a cigarette. When you take marijuana the pupils in your eyes get small and you loose your concentration. D.A.R.E. helped me learn that alcohol advertising is everywhere. D.A.R.E. also taught me not to believe what is in the advertisement. Ads are everywhere for alcohol. They are on your computers, TVs and in stores. They are also on toys, T-shirts and billboards and on posters. Don’t be fooled by the ads! D.A.R.E. stands for two things. One is a decision-making model
Wall Elementary Principal Chuck Sykora hands out footballs to Bradan McDonnell and Cash Wilson as Game Warden Jamin Hartland and Deputy Darren Ginn look on. The girls received basketballs. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
Inside this week’s edition First Section Page 2 ............... Letters to the Editor Page 3 .................Area News Page 4 .............. Social news Page 5 ................. Obituaries Page 6 ....................... Sports Page 7 ......................... Track Page 8 ............... Local News Page 9 ............... Classifieds Page 10 ..... Philip Livestock Auction Inside this week’s edition Second Section Page 11 ..........................Golf Page 12 - 15 ... Equalization minutes Page 16 - 20 ....... Insurance statements
Road work scheduled along the Badlands Loop Road (Hwy 240)
A one mile detour to replace culverts along the Badlands Loop Road (Highway 240) began on Monday, May 7, and will last up to three weeks. During this time period, a detour routed through the town of Interior, SD will be in effect Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of each week. Barring unforeseen circumstances, traffic will return to the normal route Thursdays through Sundays. All overlooks and parking areas, including the Saddle Pass Trailhead, will remain open. Detour Route: The detour will route traffic through the town of Interior on Highway 377 and the Old Interior road (gravel). Detour routes will be clearly marked.
and the other tells what D.A.R.E. does. The decision-making model one is, define, assess, respond and evaluate. The other one is, Drug Abuse Resistance Education. Our D.A.R.E. officer, Deputy Rick McPherson, showed us what peer pressure feels like. He pretended to be someone, our older brother, our best friend or a person we don’t know and offered us a pretend cigarette or beer. We would say no and he would start pressuring us. He would start saying things like, “Why don’t you want it, it’s fine,” or “What are you? A chicken,” or, “Hey! Why’d you tell mom and dad about the beer under my bed?!” It was hard work but we persuaded him that beer or cigarettes aren’t good for your health. We have a D.A.R.E. box where we write down questions and he answers them for us. One person asked, “How many drugs are there?” and he answered, “More than I can think of.” We have a D.A.R.E. book that we do activities in. We use our decision-making model in the book a lot to answer questions. D.A.R.E. has me 1) stay away from drugs and 2) the cops are everywhere to protect me from illegal things. Next week we will hear from the third and fourth winners of the D.A.R.E. essay contest.
Area News
Reminder the Wall Writers Group meets next Saturday
The next meeting of the Wall Writers Group is scheduled for Saturday, May 12. Starting at 9:30 a.m., at 416 Sixth Avenue in Wall, writers will share their written stories on the assigned topics or bring something else they have written. The first option for the assigned topics for May is “Your early years, were they fun?” This is not a “yes” or “no” answer. Keep in mind Memoir writing and write about something that actually happened or write the memory into a fictional story. Make up the characters, place, or change the time to 100 or more years ago. The second topic option is titled “Write about having guests for a meal.” The Wall Writers Group welcomes anyone interested in writing of any age or writing ability. Please bring a notebook and pen. If you have any questions, please contact either Linda at (605) 786-6937 or Dave at (605) 279-2952. Happy Mother’s Day to all Mons on Sunday, May 13.
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Black Hills Federal Credit Union scholarship recipients selected
Letters to the Editor
To the Editor, I feel it is time to start letting the community know some of the reasons that I am running for the school board. Last fall some students brought bats or PVC pipe (I never did hear which it was for sure) to the locker room and beat on some of the eighth graders with these items. I then heard the punishment was to get lectured by the coach/superintendent on why this was wrong and then they were told to apologize. This punishment did not seem harsh enough to me, but conflicting policy left some doubt about the appropriate steps that should have been taken in this instance. I then found out that this same beating activity has also taken place in the 2009/10 school year, with no punishment, because the superintendent said he didn’t know about it. My point is that bullying will continue until clear policy is written and then executed. I felt that someone needed to stick up for the kids that are being picked on. So this is one reason that I’m running for school board. I feel that giving my attention to details will help to make the policies clear on the action to be taken against the school bullies and hopefully deter future incidents of bullying from happening. I have also sat back for the last four years and watched the dismantling of the boys basketball program in the Wall school. The School Board should be ashamed of what they have done to it. In the past five years my son Clancy, has not had the same set of basketball coaches for more than one year. How can you build any kind of a basketball program by changing coaches every year? How can you justify hiring a first time coach over someone with over 13 years of coaching experience? I believe that the students deserve the best available coach in the community when there have been no superior applications received from outside of the community. Providing the students with the best available coach is another reason for running for school board. I was also not happy with the School Board’s decision to give Coach Hess extra wages because we would be coaching both the girls and the boys varsity basketball this past year. I felt that since he was not putting in more practice time with either group (in fact each group was now going to have less practice time with their head coach due to game conflicts) this was a waste of school funds. I feel that the School Board should be held accountable to the tax payers for everything they spend and this expenditure was irresponsible. I have also been surprised that some people have started talking to me about how they feel some of the teachers aren’t doing as well in teaching our students as they could and should be, and that they are kept on staff just because they are local residents. I feel that the Wall students deserve the best teachers and I have no problem asking those teachers who are not properly preparing our students to step it up or move on. In summary I am running for school board so I can help write clear school policies, vote to provide students with the best teachers and coaches available, and strive for responsible spending of the school funds. /s/Angela Lytle Wall, SD
Jace Shearer joins membership of American Angus Association
Jace Shearer, Wall, South Dakota, is a new member of the American Angus Association®, reports Bryce Schumann, CEO of the national breed organization headquartered in Saint Joseph, MO. The American Angus Association, with nearly 30,000 active adult and junior members, is the largest beef breed association in the world. Its computerized records include detailed information on nearly 19 million registered Angus. The Association records ancestral information, keeps production records on individual animals, and develops industry-leading selection tools for its members. These programs and services help members select and mate the best animals in their herds to produce quality genetics for the beef cattle industry and quality beef for consumers.
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Black Hills Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2012 VIBZ Scholarships. The four high school seniors were selected from more than 50 applicants from 19 area schools in western and central South Dakota. Each will receive a $1,000 scholarship toward attending the college of their choice. The recipients are members of Black Hills Federal Credit Union’s VIBZ teen program which is designed to promote financial literacy among young adults and assist them in effectively managing their personal finances. The VIBZ Scholarship Committee congratulates the following 2012 recipients:
•Megan Schlosser, Central High School in Rapid City, plans on attending University of South Dakota •Cassidy Trapp, T.F. Riggs High School in Pierre, plans on attending South Dakota School of Mines and Technology •Sara Stewart, Homeschool in Rapid City, plans on attending Western Dakota Technical Institute •William Hendricks, Stevens High School in Rapid City, plans on attending Iowa State University An additional 12 applications were recognized with a $25 Office Depot Gift Card.
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South Dakota Ag groups boosted by withdrawal of Child Labor proposed rule
Two of the state's leading ag groups are encouraged by the announcement that the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is withdrawing a proposed rule dealing with children under the age of 16 who work on farms and ranches. The SD Cattlemen's Association and the SD Farm Bureau attribute the DOL's decision to the thousands of comments of concern regarding the proposed rule and its effect on family farms and ranches. “This is a victory for farm and ranch families,” said Jeff Smeenk, South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association (SDCA) president and fourth generation rancher from Newell who hopes his children will be able to continue the family tradition. He continued, “This is an important step to safeguard our opportunity to teach our children how to be safe around animals and equipment, ensuring the next generation of agriculture producers have the skills they’ll need to be successful.” SD Farm Bureau President, Scott VanderWal, who farms with his family near Volga, SD, added, "We are relieved that the Administration recognized its folly in proposing the rule in the first place. The federal government does not need to spend its time and resources interfering with farmers and ranchers who, for generations, have responsibly taught their children to work with machinery and livestock." According to the Department of Labor, they will work with rural stakeholders to continue education programs for youth to reduce accidents of young workers and promote safer agricultural working practices.
The Pennington County Courant welcomes letters concerning comments on any news story or local happening. All letters must be signed by the author. We reserve the right to edit any offensive material and also to edit to fill the allotted space. The “Letters” column is the reader’s chance to write to the rest of the readers and to state their views on any subject. We believe this column protects the First Amendment right of free speech and urge you to make your feelings known.
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FSA crop certification deadline is July 15th
USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Executive Director Craig Schaunaman, reminds producers that the annual crop certification deadline is July 15, 2012. Producers who file accurate and timely reports for all crops and land uses, including prevented planted and failed acreage can prevent the potential loss of FSA program benefits. "I encourage all producers to contact their local FSA office to make an appointment to file their annual acreage report by the July 15th deadline in order to comply with FSA program eligibility requirements," said Schaunaman. South Dakota FSA offices no longer mail appointment cards and maps to producers for acreage reporting purposes. Producers are responsible for contacting their local FSA office to set up an appointment to file their 2012 acreage report. Hard copy maps will be provided to the producer at the time the acreage report is filed. Producers wishing to obtain digital color copies of their respective maps are encouraged to provide their e-mail address or a new jump drive to their local FSA office to facilitate the request for digital maps. Producers are also reminded to report crop losses insured through Federal Crop Insurance and the Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) within 15 days of the disaster or as soon as the loss is apparent. Additional information about the acreage reporting process or programs administered by FSA may be obtained by contacting your local FSA office or on the web at www.fsa.usda.gov.
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School of Mines offers hands-on Science Classes for Kids
This summer, the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology will host a variety of day classes to introduce students to different aspects of science, technology, mathematics and engineering. Classes are available for students in grades 3-12. There are a wide variety of classes to fit each students interest, including Balloon Rockets, Stupendously Strong Shapes, Chemistry Magic and Spinning Crazy, just to name a few. Kids will have a great time, all while learning about science. If you know students who are interested in attending classes this summer, please encourage them to sign up soon, as enrollment is limited. For a complete listing of all of these classes, as well as age and registration information, visit www.sdsmt.edu/learn or call Youth Programs at (605) 394-2693.
University of South Dakota awards degrees at 125th Spring Commencement
The University of South Dakota awarded degrees to more than 1,250 candidates at the 125th Spring Commencement on Saturday, May 5 during a ceremony at the DakotaDome. Receiving their degrees from the Wall area are: •Lindsey Marie Renner Hildebrand, Master of Business Administration, •Lisa Marie Anderson, Bachelor of Science, Biology; •Erin Simpfenderfer, Bachelor of Science in Education, Elementary Education, Special Education; •Ashton Rae Schulz, Bachelor of Science, Dental Hygiene; •Ashton Rae Schulz, Associate of Science, Dental Hygiene.
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Finalists named for the 2012 Leopold Conservation Award
Sand County Foundation, the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association and the South Dakota Grassland Coalition are pleased to announce the finalists for the 2012 Leopold Conservation Award. “The high caliber of nominees for the Leopold Conservation Award, year after year, is an indication that South Dakota’s natural resources are in good hands,” said Brent Haglund, president, Sand County Foundation. “The nominees and finalists for the 2012 award are all highly dedicated to a land ethic that will help to ensure that the land, water and wildlife in their care will flourish for future generations.” The Leopold Conservation Award, named in honor of worldrenowned conservationist Aldo Leopold, is comprised of $10,000 and a Leopold crystal. The award is presented annually in eight states to private landowners who practice responsible land stewardship and management. The 2012 finalists, listed alphabetically, are (brief bios appear below): •Arneson Family, Perkins County •Gary & Amy Cammack, Meade County •Ray & Linda Gilbert, Harding County •Jim & Karen Kopriva, Clark County The Leopold Conservation Award recipient will be announced in late April and formally recognized November 28 at the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association’s Annual Convention in Pierre. The Leopold Conservation Award in South Dakota is sponsored by American State Bank, Belle Fourche River Watershed Partnership, Daybreak Ranch, Ducks Unlimited, Farm Credit, Millborn Seeds, Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Partners for Fish and Wildlife, the Rasmussen Leopold Fund, South Dakota’s Conservation Districts, the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources, the South Dakota Farm Bureau Federation, the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks, the South Dakota Grassland Coalition, the South Dakota State University Foundation, The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, The Nature Conservancy and World Wildlife Fund (WWF). For more information, please visit www.leopoldconservationaward.org. Gary and Amy Cammack (Meade County) Gary and Amy Cammack operate their 7,000-acre ranch under a philosophy that involves improving the range, creating wildlife habitat, conserving energy and building a productive and profitable cattle business. The Cammacks planted 20,000 trees over the past 27 years. They believe that the plantings and isolation of riparian areas can provide wildlife habitat, as well as protection for livestock along the perimeters of the shelterbelts. In addition, they are building a water jet system to plant willow and cottonwood shoots, providing added protection to livestock and wildlife. Gary and Amy also take pride in recycling materials for agricultural purposes. For instance, their water tanks are all made out of old equipment tires. They also were among the first ranchers to install V-windbreaks from reject metal they buy from steel mills. These 10 foot high, 96 foot long, V-shaped windbreaks provide protection from the weather but also keep cattle out of creek bottoms, resulting in fewer nutrients in the water and less trampling of vegetation in riparian areas. Jim and Karen Kopriva (Clark County) Jim and Karen Kopriva’s ranch, which they operate with their son, Lee, is located near Raymond and consists of approximately 2,000 acres. Initially, the Koprivas were grain farmers but economics and a fondness for cattle prompted the family to transition their cropland to grassland and hayland over the past decade. Today, just 130 acres are no-tilled and cropped. The remaining acreage consists of native rangeland, seeded pastures and hayland. The Koprivas utilize rotational grazing, which has helped them increase grazing by 50 percent. Their rotational grazing strategy includes cross fencing and water developments, such as two rural water pipelines that are designed to utilize geothermal heat to provide ice-free water for the cattle in remote areas. The family uses controlled burns to combat invasive species. They also have their herd graze cover crops and crop residue, taking grazing pressure off of their pastures and helping to lower costs and dependence on harvested and purchased feed. The Koprivas enhance wildlife habitat on their ranch by leaving some acres on each quarter of their land for wildlife-friendly enhancements such as tree belt and extra wide fencerows. Arneson family (Perkins County) In 2004, Eric Arneson, when faced with the reality of encroaching development, made the difficult decision to leave the land his great-grandfather homesteaded in Montana. He and his family now operate a 21,000 acre ranch near Bison, South Dakota. In the span of eight years, the Arnesons have made significant strides in grassland and water management. They implemented rest rotation grazing on over 16,000 acres of range and pasture, maintained an existing cell grazing system, converted 2,500 acres of crop ground to perennial pasture, installed over eight miles of fence and planted nearly 5,000 feet of windbreaks. Their water management efforts include the installation of a well/pump house, 31 water tanks, 17 miles of pipeline and improved the riparian area around Thunder Butte Creek. The Arnesons’ conversion of some of their cropland to grassland has led to more sustainable grassland for livestock production and improved wildlife diversity, which, they believe, is an indicator of an effective management plan. Ray and Linda Gilbert (Harding County) The Gilbert Angus Ranch has been exclusively a grass ranch since 1894. Ray and Linda Gilbert, their son, Lloyd, his wife, Patty and their children manage the grassland through a rotational grazing system, and they are dedicated to it. 90 percent of their land has never been mechanically disturbed. The Gilberts believe grazing is the best use of the hard grasses of Harding County. Their grazing system has proven to be beneficial through lower input costs, less stress on the land and greater grass variety. The family’s management efforts have allowed the Gilbert family to increase their Angus cow herd to 1,100 head, and they now run only mother cows that are born and raised on the ranch. A primary goal of the Gilberts’ grazing system is sustainability. Their grazing system and water development projects have allowed the family to maintain herd size even in times of severe drought. As a result of their many conservation practices, the Gilbert family has seen a great diversity of wildlife on the ranch. Gilbert Angus Ranch is home to wildlife species such as pronghorn antelope, mule deer, fox and several types of birds.
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The mystery of the lost Anchor
item of great historic interest, though: an anchor that has lain at the bottom of the river for more than two centuries. The anchor came to rest in the silt of the Missouri River the night of September 27, 1804, after being cut from the keelboat used in the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The Corps of Discovery, as the scientific expedition was called, consisted of 45 men traveling in a keelboat and two flat-bottomed boats called pirogues when it left Camp Dubois, near St. Louis, Missouri in May 1804, according to Elin Woodger and Brandon Toropov’s Encyclopedia of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The expedition entered what is now the Fort Pierre/Pierre area in late September 1804. The expedition’s time with the Lakota was marked by confrontation and feasting. On the evening of September 27, Clark and some of the men were in a pirogue, returning to the keelboat, after feasting with the Lakota and watching the women dance. The pirogue hit the keelboat’s anchor cable and broke it. Expedition members hunted unsuccessfully for the anchor in the Missouri River’s silt the next morning, then continued on their journey upriver. In the late 1970s, a scuba driver saw a six-inch piece of cast iron sticking out of the sandy bottom of the Missouri River off the swimming beach a few miles downstream from Oahe Dam. The piece of cast iron turned out to be the point of an anchor that was about four feet six inches long, weighing about 95 pounds, and having a four-foot crossbar. The location of where the anchor was found and its age led some to believe that the anchor was the one lost by the Corps of Discovery. But was it? Probably not, was the answer given by Lewis and Clark scholars and maritime experts. Their reasons were that that type of anchor with a crossbar did not become popular until the mid19th century, decades after the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Also, at the time of the expedition, the keelboat would have used the anchor as a portable strong point. The anchor would have been taken upstream in a smaller craft or by foot and locked into something solid. Then the keelboat would have been pulled to that point. The weight of the anchor probably made it too heavy to do that. The anchor was donated to the South Dakota State Historical Society. It is on display in the museum at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre as part of the “On the Big Muddy” exhibit. As for the lost anchor, at least two theories abide regarding it. One is that someone found the anchor, retrieved it and did not let the find be known publicly, not realizing the historical significance of the anchor. The other theory is that the anchor is still waiting to be found under the Missouri River silt. It’s one of history’s mysteries. This moment in South Dakota history is provided by the South Dakota Historical Society Foundation, the nonprofit fundraising partner of the South Dakota State Historical Society. Find us on the web at www.sdhsf.org.
Pictured is the anchor as it is displayed in the museum at the Cultural Heritage Center. ~Photo by the South Dakota State Historical Society
Hundreds of bison skulls washed onshore below Oahe Dam when the Missouri River flooded in 2011. The river refused to yield an
Second season of Governor’s Mansion tours begin June 6
First Lady Linda Daugaard announced that weekly public tours of the Governor’s Mansion will begin on Wednesday, June 6. Tickets can be obtained in advance, at no charge, from the Pierre Chamber of Commerce. “Dennis and I are pleased to welcome visitors to see this beautiful home,” Mrs. Daugaard said. “It is an honor to live here, but we want to share it with all South Dakotans because it belongs to them.” This is the second summer that public tours will be offered at the Governor’s Mansion. Beginning June 6, weekly public tours will be conducted each Wednesday in June, July, and August (with the exception of July 4, Independence Day; no tour that week). The 30-minute tours, for groups of up to 30 people, will begin at 10 a.m. CDT, 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 2 p.m., and will be conducted by volunteers, including the First Lady. Tour tickets (free) must be obtained in advance and will be available only from the Pierre Chamber of Commerce. Those people interesting in arranging a tour should call the Chamber of Commerce at 605-2247361.
Kaylee Gallino qualifies for national rodeo
Kaylee Gallino of Wasta will be a member of the Chadron State College team that will be competing at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo., on June 1016. A senior, Gallino finished second in the barrel racing standings in the Central Rocky Mountain Region during the 2011-12 season. As a member of the CSC team that finished second in the final regional standings, she also will compete in the breakaway roping at the national rodeo. Kaylee and her faithful bay gelding, Bob, came on strong this spring to qualify for nationals in the barrels. They placed just once during the five rodeos last fall, and that was sixth at the Chadron State rodeo, which opened the season in the region. But during the spring portion of the schedule, they hit their stride. They placed second at the Gillette College rodeo in midMarch and also placed high in all three of the final rodeos. Kaylee was the all-around cowgirl at the Eastern Wyoming College rodeo at Torrington in early April. She won both go-rounds of breakaway roping to claim the championship in that event and placed second in the final barrel racing standings. At the next rodeo, hosted by Casper College, Kaylee was fifth in the barrels. She clinched her trip to the CNFR by winning the barrel race at the University of Wyoming rodeo on April 27-29 to wrap up the season. Kaylee’s times at Laramie were 15.29 and 15.23 seconds. She finished the season with 660 points to clinch second in the region’s barrel racing standings. She also wound up ninth in breakaway roping. Joining Gallino on the Chadron State team at nationals will be senior Kelsey Scott of Douglas, Wyo., the region’s breakaway winner, third place team roping header and runner-up all-around cowgirl, and freshman Katie Loughran of Broken Bow, Neb., who runs the barrels. A Chadron State cowboy, Miles Spickelmier of Imperial, also qualified for nationals by tying for first in steer wrestling in the region.
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Wall News
Gathered by Frances Poste Gerald and Esther Wolford have a new great-grandson. Carl and Jan Hill’s daughter, Whitney, had a boy May 4th. His name is Malakai Dineen. Gary and Ruby Keyser drove to Sacramento, California, and spent two weeks with Benny and LaRue Wolf. Gary’s cousin, Denny and his wife Mickey, came down from Washington and spent time there also. Gary and Denny did some fishing in the Sacramento River. After Gary and Ruby came home from California they went to Sioux Falls and watched Nathan Patterson run at Sioux Falls College. Cody Nagel’s track meet at Colton was rained out. Gary and Ruby spent the weekend with Dawn, Matt and Cody Nagel. Dale Keyser spent ten days with Pam Blakesley and families in Amboy, Minnesota. There are some dates to mark on your calendar. “Theme” meal at Prairie Village will be on May 15th. “Theme” must be picnic time! Menu is a deluxe hamburger with bun, tomato and lettuce leaf, potato salad, applesauce and cake. Senior Citizen’s potluck supper is May 17th at 6:00 p.m. See you there! For those of you who eat at the Village regularly, you may note that no meals will be served on May 22nd, 23rd and 24th. Seems the State is requiring the cooks to attend a State cooking school. The Badlands Alumni Association has a dilemma! Somewhere there is a blue binder containing the pictures of Wall High School’s graduating seniors for each of the previous years. It cannot be located where it has been before. Know anything about it? Contact them. Last Wednesday, the 2nd of May, Deloris Poss, Claramae White, Margie Kjerstad and Loretta White had lunch at the Drug Store. They were celebrating Margie’s and Loretta’s birthdays. Our congratulations go out to both of them! There have been several deaths the past week, or so, of people who are connected to families in our community. We offer our condolences to the families of Verna Sharp, Myrtle Thompson and Richard Willuweit. Last Thursday, the 3rd, the WHS Class of 1954 met for their monthly lunch at the Drug Store. Five of the original class attended, plus others, making quite a large tableful! I commend that class for keeping in touch. Frances Poste rode along with Maxine and Jim Smith to Sturgis on Friday to attend the Memorial Service for Richard Willuweit. Richard would have been pleased to see all the friends and relatives who turned out to bid him “Goodbye”. He was inurned in the Black Hills National Cemetery. An open house was held at Grace Methodist Church, Piedmont, on Sunday to honor Zona Hairgrove as she turned 80 years old. Her husband was a former minister of the Wall Church. Congratulations, Zona! Edith Paulsen said she didn’t do anything exciting this past week but she went to Rapid City on Sunday with her daughter Anita Peterson. Shauna, Luke and Remington Meyerink of Platte, spent this past weekend at the Williams Ranch. Branding was on the agenda for Saturday.
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Dale and Kirby Keyser took a trip to visit relatives in Minnesota, where Dale stayed with daughter Pam. Kirby went on to Wisconsin, where he stayed ten days with his son Tyler. Kirby says Tyler is busy trucking corn and fertilizer for the local co-ops and farmers. Seven other drivers who work for his company, Keyser Trucking, are also kept busy. Tyler and Kirby, both, got their turkey licenses filled. Tyler got one gobbler and Kirby got two gobblers, one weighed 25 pounds. Dale and Kirby enjoyed their trip but ran into lots of rain between Sioux Falls and Mitchell on their way home. Senior Citizens group (YAH) met at Prairie Village on Monday, May 7th. Last months meeting was canceled as the workers were remodeling the kitchen with new cupboards. All of the apartments got new cupboards also. The kitchen is waiting for a new refrigerator. Isn’t it wonderful we can drive and park on main street again? It must be just in time, I counted close to 40 “out-of-state” cars on Monday afternoon. Viola Williams is in the West Hills Health Care, where she is receiving therapy following knee replacement surgery. We wish her well. Bernard Foster is back home after a month’s vacation in Arizona. Welcome home, Bernard. Another week gone by and some rain (with a small amount of hail) on Saturday. The temperatures may stay in the 60’s part of the week. Keep praying for rain! Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crunched it. ~Anonymous across the road to the Gravatt’s side, he said “no peer pressure”. Lawrence Burke also went to the auction in Wall and said he spent more than he anticipated. One day last week he went to Rapid City and had lunch with daughter Melissa. Larry and Peggy Gravatt went to Rapid City on Saturday to do some more work at the Bookbinder home. There was quite a crew there. Larry was in charge of demolition, while Peggy was painting trim. It will be a beautiful home when they are all done with their renovations. Maria Trask and Peggy Gravatt went to Rapid City on Thursday
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and stayed at Watiki. We were supposed to have Special Olympics on Friday at Sioux Park, but because of the weather it was canceled. Maria and Peggy had fun anyway at Watiki, the Mall and the arcade, but were disappointed that we were rained out on Friday. Hopefully, next year the weather will cooperate for the first time in four years and just maybe they will move it back to Spearfish where we at least have an indoor track for the running events. Let us hope we will see some more moisture in the upcoming months. The cows and crops sure could use it.
Wasta Wanderings
Submitted by Lloyd & Margee Willey Several “Wandering Wastans” have returned… Kerry and Joyce Herriger from their winter home in Florida. Joyce is sporting a nice tan and as this May the weather (as it has been for months) is definitely welcoming. Dick Hadlock made mention of the fact during a recent post office conservation — something about the snowbirds who left for the winter and could have stayed home and enjoyed winter here! I agreed, but did joke back with a “but Lloyd really did want to cook this year”. Mary Lewis had a couple weeks with family on the east coast. She did comment that she was trying to decide where to first attack the weeds that sprouted quickly and grew tall. Kathy McNabb returned home after a visit with her family in Idaho. The sound of mowers and weed whackers, “symphonies of spring” help me get use to the occasion and assist in putting down my nice cup of tea, finding cap and gloves and going out to get after my own crop of persisimonious aggravatious (otherwise known as campground weed and the all time favorite dandy-lion). As persistent and determined as my crop is, perhaps they could be called dandy-lioness! The birds in Wasta are busy and beautiful! The goldfinch in their spring finery still are a surprise to me. They are like watching flying dandelions in their bright yellow best. Wasta is having their annual clean-up day, Saturday. All help is appreciated. Be at the community all at 9:00 a.m. Coffee and energy food will be available. Cheyenne Deering will be graduating from high school this spring. Natalie Skillingstad will be graduating from kindergarten. Kale Lytle, just over the river, but still a Wasta kid, will join those serious seniors. Please continue to keep Marilyn Keyser in your thoughts and prayers. Cards can be sent to the Wasta Post Office and will be forwarded on to her. Jean Linn has undergone some medical tests — thoughts and prayers going out to her as well. Anna Lee Humphrey had the flu and was in Rapid City Regional but is back at Good Samaritan now and ready for visits. Graduation, Memorial Day are just around the corner. Fourth of July is the next corner. Remember Wasta’s July 4th. Parade participants and spectators welcomed. Talent - from show stopping singers to tantalizing tap dancers and all talents in between are invited and appreciated. Happy Trails!
Avis Lassegard celebrated her 90th Birthday May 9th in Rapid City.
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Last week’s news Submitted by The Gravatt’s The news was a little slim this week. I think everyone is enjoying the small amount of rain we have had and breathing a sigh of relief. Margaret Nachtigall and Margee Willey accompanied Dorothy Anderson to Rapid City on Thursday for the WTL Club meeting held at Lorraine Venhuizen’s house. The annual event of assembling “care packages” for the local college kids was on the agenda for the day. The kids appreciate those when they are studying for their finals. On Saturday, grandkids, Ryan, Sarah and Karrington Anderson from Cheyenne, WY, as well as Taylor Anderson of Williston, ND came for the noon meal and spent the afternoon with Mel and Dorothy. Those big boys made themselves useful in some heavy lifting that needed to be done. On Monday, Shelia Trask took a turkey hunter to the ER in Philip for an allergic reaction to some medication. Shelia wants to make it clear that it was not food poisoning! Tomilyn Trask was home for the weekend from SDSU to get her vehicle and will return on Tuesday for finals. Carolyn, Baxter and Skyler Anders along with Twila Trask all went to Greg and Lori Shearer’s for their annual bull party on Saturday night. Mary Kay and Philip Wilson traveled to Fargo, ND for the weekend to visit daughter Pam Tesch and son-in-law Matt. They attended a band concert that Matt plays in and said they enjoyed it very much. Kenny Wilson attended the auction in Wall on Sunday. Grandkids, Logan and Aliah spent the weekend with Grandma and Grandpa while Mandy moves into her new hair salon. Tyler was home over the weekend to help Tom Trask with breaking in a colt. Aliah and Janet went to a rest area meeting at Darlene Wulf ’s on Saturday. Freddie Ferguson said that his spare time this week was full of excitement. He said if I could write something that was exciting about fencing, that would work for him. A person stopped by to ask Freddie what was the most exciting thing about fixing fence, as he looked
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YOUNG AT HEART SENIOR CITIZEN GROUP The Young At Heart Senior Citizens met May 4, 2012 at Prairie Village with 16 members in attendance. The meeting was called to order by Carol Hahn, who also led in the Pledge to the flag and moment of silence for those with needs. Terri Harris spoke to the group about assisting with the Support Our Troops program. It was decided that we will help with the program. Anyone who wishes is encouraged to help. The Treasurers report was read by Dorothy Hamann and readied for audit. the minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. It was decided to give $50 to the garden fund for Prairie Village. Discussion was held on different summer time activities. Upcoming events: •May 15 - Theme Meal •May 17 - Senior Potluck Gerald and Esther Wolford hosted the meeting. Frances will host in June.
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Obituaries Joyce M. Handcock______________________________
were born four children, Ben, Bonnie, Kathy, and Maurice. They made their home in Long Valley where they were engaged in farming. In April of 1950, they moved from Donald’s family’s homestead to a farm one mile north of Long Valley. Her husband, Donald, preceded her in death on October 22, 1988. Joyce remained at the ranch until September 2005, when she moved into the Kadoka Nursing Home, where she resided until her death. Joyce was a charter member of Our Savior Lutheran Church of Long Valley. She was an active member of the Lutheran Ladies Aid and served on the church council for many years. Through her strength, courage, and determination, she was an inspiration to her entire family. Survivors include two sons, Ben Handcock and his wife, Patsy, of Pierre, and Maurice Handcock and his wife, Cathie, of Kadoka; two daughters, Bonnie Ferguson and her husband, Owen, of Long Valley, and Kathy Rock and her husband, Jim, of Long Valley; 14 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; a brother, John A. “Bert” Mansfield and his wife, Eulalia, of Martin; and a host of other relatives and friends. In addition to her husband, Donald, Joyce was preceded in death by her parents; three sisters, LaReta Blankenfeld, Moyne McGee and Betty Ireland; six brothers, Dale, Dean and Bill Mansfield, and three infant brothers, Ben, Glen and Louis Mansfield. Funeral services were held Wednesday May 9, at the Kadoka City Auditorium in Kadoka with Pastor Art Weitschat and Father Bryan Sorensen officiating. Music was provided by Tayta West, Kassidy Ferguson and Kwincy Ferguson, vocalists, and Milton Handcock, vocalist. Ushers were Branden West, Aaron King, Preston Patterson and Colton McDaniel. Pallbearers were Milton, Marlon, Tucker, Tyler and Tanner Handcock, Brandon and Brice Rock and Josh Ferguson. Honorary pallbearers were Noell Uhlir, Tia Pugh, Tara King, Tayta West, Bailey Patterson and Abbi McDaniel. Interment was in the Long Valley Community Cemetery. A memorial has been established to the Kadoka Nursing Home. Arrangements were with the Rush Funeral Chapel of Kadoka. Her online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
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Richard LeRoy “Gator” Willuweit____________________
stranger. Gator and two of his daughters moved back to Wall and lived in the family home. He worked at the Two Bit Saloon at night and for John Clements Refuse Service in the day. On January 16, 1990, he again went to serve his country by going with his National Guard Unit to Operation Desert Storm. After returning from Desert Storm, he married Kathy Pearson on July 13, 1991. This marriage lasted till October 1999. He moved to Sturgis where he worked in the Sturgis Sawmill until February 2009. Richard retired in December, 2010. Grateful to have shared his life are daughters, Amber Willuweit, Spearfish, SD, Correna (Daniel) Templar, Black Hawk, SD, and Priscilla (William) Sams, Gillette, WY; son, Chris Willuweit; sister, Delila (Matthew) Hughes, Hot Springs, SD; nine grandchildren, William, Christian, Autumn, Travis, Billy, Kylie, Jacob, Raeanna, and Joseph; his pal and sidekick, Scoobey; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents. Memorial services were held Friday, May 4, 2012, at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Sturgis with Rev. Lloyd Lemke officiating. Inurnment followed at Black Hills National Cemetery with military honors provided by the Sturgis Veterans Honor Guard. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.kinkadefunerals. com.
Joyce M. Handcock, age 85 of Kadoka, died Saturday, May 5, 2012, at the Kadoka Nursing Home. Joyce M. Mansfield was born June 14, 1926, at Niobrara, Neb., the youngest of 11 children born to Ben and Leafy (Larson) Mansfield. In March 1929, she moved with her family to Bennett County, where she attended all eight grades at the Pass Creek School, and high school at Martin, graduating from Bennett County High School in 1944. Joyce was united in marriage to Donald Handcock on June 17, 1944, at Martin, and to this union
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Iowa, where her job was the “second draw” for tracer bullets for airplanes. Her high school sweetheart returned from service in WWII in 1945, and they were married a month later in the Dante Catholic church, the same church she was baptized and confirmed in. When they were first married, Ed ran Ed’s Bar in downtown Dante and Stella helped him. They raised three children. In 1962, after Ed finished his college degree, the family moved to Philip where Ed took a teaching job. Stella began working as a nurse’s aide at the Philip hospital, a job she continued into her 80s. When Ed retired, they started going south for the winters and spent the cold months as snowbirds in Mission, Texas. They would return in the summers where Ed would work for the Philip Ambulance Service and Stella as a nurse’s aide at the hospital. Ed passed away on May 20, 2008, and Stella moved into Maryhouse Nursing Home where she has been lovingly cared for since then. She loved her family and her church, attending daily mass. She also enjoyed bingo, Duke University men’s basketball, and talking about “old times”, growing up on the Choteau Creek in Charles Mix County. Stella was a lifetime member of the Catholic Daughters of America and VFW Auxiliary. Thankful for having shared her life are her three children, daughter Barb Joy and her husband, Larry, of Pierre; two sons, Tim Ptak and his wife, Trudy, of Minot, N.D., and John Ptak and his fiancée, Karolea, of Central City; grandchildren, TJ Ptak and family of Kalamazoo, Mich., Tonia Kirk and her family of Minot, N.D., Jaremy Joy of Minneapolis, Minn., and Josh Joy and family of Fargo, N.D.; and a host of other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband of 63 years, Ed; three sisters, Rose Novak, Clara Cihak, and Ann Sykora; and two brothers, Jim and Bob. A prayer service will be held 7:00 p.m. CDT, on Thursday, May 10, at the Maryhouse Chapel in Pierre. Mass of Christian burial will be held 10:00 a.m. MDT on Friday, May 11, at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Philip. Interment will be held 3:00 p.m. MDT Friday at the Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis. A memorial is established. Arrangements are with the Rush Funeral Home of Philip. Her online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Richard LeRoy "Gator" Willuweit, 64, of Sturgis, went to be with his Lord on Tuesday, May 1, 2012, at Fort Meade VA Medical Center after a lengthy illness. Richard was born December 14, 1947, in Philip, SD, to Christian and Marjorie (Guethlein) Willuweit. The first couple of years, the family lived west of Philip before moving to Quinn, SD, and finally settled in Wall, SD, in 1956. He started his education at Wall Public School where he went through all twelve grades graduating in 1966 with a perfect attendance, an honor that earned him a plaque that he always pointed at with pride. After graduation, he went to the Denver Automotive Institute through April, 1969. He moved back to Wall after graduation where he worked at the Wall Auto Livery. He was drafted in 1969 and was stationed at Ft. Lewis, WA, where he spent his two years. After he served his service term, he returned to Wall and the Wall Auto Livery until the fall of 1977. Richard then worked for Estes Brothers Construction Company. This is where he earned his nickname "Gator" from Kelly (Cobb) Lambert. This was a nickname he carried with pride and everyone who knew him called him by this nickname. To "Gator" no one was a
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Stella Ptak, age 97, of Pierre, S.D., formerly of Philip, died Tuesday morning, May 8, 2012, at the Maryhouse Nursing Home in Pierre. Stella Ann Cihak was born April 24, 1915, on the family farm home in rural Dante, the daughter of Frank and Elizabeth (Rada) Cihak. She grew up in Dante on the farm and attended grade school there. When she started school she did not know any English for they were allowed to speak only Bohemian at home. Stella attended high school in Wagner and attended cosmetology school in Des Moines, Iowa. During WWII, she worked in an ammunition factory in Ankeny,
Dowling Community Church Memorial Day through Labor Day Service 10:00 a.m. Badlands Cowboy Church Wall Rodeo Grounds Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Evangelical Free Bible Church Wall Ron Burtz, Pastor 279-2867 • www.wallfreechurch.com Wednesdays: Good News Club, 2:45 p.m., Awana 4:45 p.m., Youth Nite, 7:00 p.m.; Sundays: Sunday School & Adult Bible Fellowship, 9 a.m., Sunday Worship Service, 10:30 a.m., Women’s Bible Study, 6:30 p.m. Interior Community Church Highway 44 East Sunday School 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Scenic Community Church Pastor Ken Toews Services - 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a.m.; Sept. through May. First Baptist Church New Underwood Pastor James Harbert Bible Study, 9:00 a.m.; Sunday Services, 10:00 a.m. Wall United Methodist Church Pastor Darwin Kopfmann • 279-2359 Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m. Wasta Services Sundays at 8:30 a.m. New Underwood Community Church Pastor Ed Wyatt Sunday School 9 a.m.; Adult & Children Service 10 a.m.; Youth Fellowship: Wed. 7 - 8:30 p.m. St. John's Catholic Church New Underwood Father William Zandri Mass: Sundays at 11:00 a.m.; Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. at Good Samaritan Nursing Home; Reconciliation before Sun. Mass
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THE WATER OF LIFE
by Cornelius R. Stam For almost twenty-four hours, recently, Chicagoans had to boil their drinking water! Millions of small fish had jammed the water intakes far out in Lake Michigan, and had died there. It was, of course, a major operation to clear them all away and to make sure that Chicago's drinking water was uncontaminated. It is of the utmost importance, always, that the water we drink is pure and fresh, and this is no less so where spiritual matters are concerned. The Bible has much to say about stagnant water, and foul water, and poisoned water, but the water which God would give to us is called in Scripture, "the pure water of life," doubtless because it is so wholesome and refreshing. Perhaps the reader will recall the picture our Lord drew for that fallen Samaritan woman at the well of Sychar. John 4:10-14 tells how he and this woman had discussed Jacob's well. Somehow she seemed to sense that He was contrasting her vain pursuit of pleasure with eternal life, when He said: "Whosoever drinketh of this water shall thirst again, but whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him, a [fountain] of water, springing up into everlasting life" (Vers. 13,14). How true this is! The pleasures of this world do not satisfy. Men go on "pursuing pleasure" to keep from being bored, but the everlasting life that God gives to those who trust in Christ is a neverending source of refreshment and joy. Also, it provides the greatest incentive to serve Him. Those who possess the joy of sins forgiven and of peace with God naturally long to serve and please Him, and God desires no service except that which springs from genuine gratitude and love. "We love Him because He first loved us" (I John 4:19).
Wind Cave National Park to share elk with Custer State Park
The superintendents of Wind Cave National Park and Custer State Park announced today that the two parks will cooperate in management of elk that use the parks. The parks share a common fence that restricts movement of elk between the two areas. Under a recently developed Memorandum of Understanding, the parks will install drop-down gates along the fence to allow elk to travel between the two parks. The agreement will benefit both parks by allowing managers the tools needed to adaptively manage elk populations. "It’s much more economical to reduce our elk herd by allowing them to move into Custer State Park, where they are legally hunted," said Wind Cave Superintendent Vidal Davila. "This plan protects natural and cultural resources in the national park from over-grazing while improving wildlife viewing and hunting opportunities in Custer State Park." "This plan is a win-win for both parks. It allows Custer State Park to bolster its population, and it allows Wind Cave to meet its management objectives," said Custer State Park Superintendent Matt Snyder. "The ability to move elk into Custer State Park is timely because population levels in the park are currently low. This plan will help grow the park’s elk population, which will improve viewing opportunities and provide future hunting opportunities." Wind Cave’s Elk Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement, completed in 2009, calls for an elk population of 232 to 475. This last winter, there were an estimated 850 to 900 elk in Wind Cave National Park. Davila continued, "Using the adaptive management techniques, we not only reduce the over-abundant elk in the park, but provide a recreation opportunity for the state park." The collaborative project will start sometime this summer or late fall when conditions are right for the movement of elk from the national park to the state park.
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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
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School & Sports
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WHS golf teams take All Conference titles at WGPC
Subway Athletes of the week
Carlee Johnston Western Great Plains Conference Girls team Champions. Wall girls golf team won the award on Tuesday, May 1 at the Wall Golf Course. The team pictured from left to right ... Katy Bielmaier, Jennifer Emery, Alyssa Ermish and Autumn Schulz shot a 296 to bring home the trophy. ~Photo Teddy Hustead Girls Track
Laketon McLaughlin Boys Track
Western Great Plains Conference 2012 Champion. Lane Hustead shot a 76 to win the Boys All Conference title at the Wall Golf Course on Tuesday, May 2. ~Photo Teddy Hustead
Western Great Plains Conference Golf was held at the Wall Golf Course on Tuesday, May 1. The Wall Girls and Boys Blue teams both took home first place for the meet. Pre-regions will be held at the Hart Ranch, Monday, May 7 and the team will be traveling to Sturgis to tee off in the Golf Marjene Memorial Invitation on Friday, May 11. Regions will be held at the Hart Ranch on Monday, May 14 and state golf will be held in Rapid City on May 21 and 22. Results: Wall Girls Blue: Team total first - 296 •Autumn Schulz - second All Conference - 91 •Jennifer Emery - sixth All Conference - 103 •Alyssa Ermish - fifth All Conference - 102 Wall JV Girls •Elyssa Westby - first - 128 WALL JH GIRLS •Taylor Richter - first - 125 •Winter Godfrey - fourth - 104 •Emma Michael - second - 92 •Sierra Wilson - third - 101 Wall Boys Blue: Team total first - 255 •Lane Hustead - first All Conference - 76 •Les Williams - third All Conference - 83 WALL JV Boys •Ben Linn - second - 99 •Jade Hertel - eighth -107 •David Sykora - fourth - 101 •Ryder Wilson - first - 92 WALL JH Boys •Brandon Hamann - third - 69 •Jesse Sawvell - second - 63 •Damion Bresee - fourth - 77
Taylor Richter Girls Golf
Jade Hertel Boys Golf
Western Great Plains Conference Boys team Champions. Wall girls golf team won the award on Tuesday, May 1 at the Wall Golf Course. The team pictured from left to right ... Les Williams, Lane Hustead, Trey Richter and CJ Schulz shot a 255 to bring home the trophy. ~Photo Teddy Hustead
Wall track team runs in rain at Lyman meet
By Coach Patterson Wet weather! The last two track meets have been rain soaking but wonderful moisture that was much needed. On April 26, 2012 it was off to Lyman Co. for an afternoon meet. Team points were kept at this meet with the Kadoka girls and Winner boys finishing as the winners. The Wall squad finished fifth for the boys and fourth for the girls. We were not running a full squad for various reasons so the team standings were anticipated. Coach’s comments: Rain makes or breaks the performance of an athlete. Some love to run in it and some do not. Kale Lytle ran very well in it in the open 800M for a personal best. Austin Huether never let it bother him after eight laps to finish second in the 3200 Meter Run. The athletes, the rain is the hardest on are the throwers and the hurdlers. Either the track becomes slick for jumping hurdles or the throwing implements become slippery and muddy. When that happens distances and times are not the best. The squad tried their best and there was not a dry piece of clothing on the road trip home. Results: Girls •100 Meter Dash: first - Sadie O’Rourke, •200 Meter Dash: second O’Rourke •400 Meter Run: first O’Rourke, •800M Run: third - Tayah Huether, •Shot Put: first - Autumn Schulz, •Discus: first - Schulz, •4x200 Relay: second - Kailey Rae Sawvell, Huether, Monica Bielmaier and O’Rourke. Boys: •200 Meter Dash: sixth Nathan Patterson •800 Meter Run: fourth - Kale Lytle, •1600 Meter Run: fifth - Austin Huether, •3200 Meter Run: second Huether •Shot Put: fourth - Laketon McLaughlin, •Discus: fourth - McLaughlin, •High Jump: third - Carson Johnston, •4x100 Relay: second - Lane Hustead, Jess Williams, Danny Muzik and Chavis Shull, •4x200 Relay: fifth - Hustead, Williams, Muzik and Shull •4x400 Relay: third - Tyler Peterson, Hustead, Johnston and Huether, •4x800 Relay: fourth - Lytle, Kaden Eisenbraun, Patterson and Huether, •Medley Relay - fifth - Johnston, Peterson, Muzik and Hustead.
Sioux Relays track meet
By Coach Patterson Friday and Saturday, May 4th and 5th was a time spent in Sioux Falls to participate in the Sioux Relays at the University of Sioux Falls Sports Complex. It was a weekend of tough competition against AA, A schools and three B schools. Mother Nature even decided to compete with rain and wind delays throughout both days. The athletes performed well with many personal best times, throws and jumps. Instead of medals, shirts and batons were given to the top six performers. Neat idea. It was a great weekend with many memories. Next stop is the Rapid City Qualifier on Tuesday, May 8 and WGP Conference at Kadoka on Friday, May 11 and Kadoka Area Invite on Saturday, May 12. Busy, but fun! Results Girls •400 Meter Dash: 23rd place Tayah Huether - 1:04.34 •800 Meter Dash: 21st place Tayah Huether - 2:30.01 •4x100 Meter Relay: 17th place - Kailey Rae Sawvell, Monica Bielmaier, Kelly Green and Carlee Johnston - 57.82 •4x200 Meter Relay: 19th place - Sawvell, Bielmaier, Huether and Johnston - 1:58.73 •4x400 Meter Relay: 17th place - Bielmaier, Green, Johnston and Huether - 4:52.85 •High Jump: Tied for 14th place - Johnston - 4-05.00 Boys •800 Meter Run: 25th place Kale Lytle - 2:12.99, 27th place Austin Huether - 2:20.21 3200 Meter Run: 29th place Huether - 11:08.69 4x100 Meter Relay: 16th place Taran Eisenbraun, Jess Williams, Carson Johnston and Chavis Shull - 47.40 •4x200 Meter Relay: 20th place - Eisenbraun, Williams, Nathan Patterson and Shull - 1:38.64 •4x400 Meter Relay: 22nd place - Johnston, Lytle, Tyler Peterson and Eisenbraun - 3:51.52 •1600 Sprint Relay: Williams, Shull, Tyler Trask and Eisenbraun - 3:58.82 •Long Jump: Tied for 13 and 14th place - Peterson - 16-04.00, 15th place - Johnston - 15.05.50 •Triple Jump: ninth place - Peterson - 37-07.50 •Shot Put: sixth place - Laketon McLaughlin - 41-08.50 •Discus Throw: 16th place Williams - 105-05, 17th place McLaughlin - 100-09 •Invitational Long Jump: 15th place - Shull - 19-03.00.
Wall golf team tees off at Philip Invitational
Wall Golf Team. Back row from left to right ... Trey Richter, Les Williams, Lane Hustead, Ryder Wilson and CJ Schulz. Front row from left to right ... Alyssa Ermish, Autumn Schulz, Katy Bielmaier and Jennifer Emery. ~Courtesy Photo
The Wall golf team traveled to Philip to take part in the Philip Invational on Friday, April 20. Boys results: Fourth place - CJ Schulz - 86, Ninth place - Lane Hustead - 89, 12th place - Les Williams - 92, 36th place - Ryder Wilson - 111. Girls results: Second - Autumn Schulz - 87.
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Region 7B Track Meet Thursday, May 17 • Kadoka Field
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EaglE Track TEam: Back row: Danny muzik, carson Johnston, austin Huether, Nathan Patterson, kale lytle, laketon mclaughlin, kaden Eisenbraun, Jess Williams. Fifth row: lane Hustead, Jesse Willis, kyle Harris, Tyler Peterson, chavis Shull, Tyler Trask, cody Harris, assist. coach David Ermis. Fourth row: kelly green, kailey rae Sawvell, carlee Johnston, monica Bielmaier, autumn Schulz, kaitlin Schreiber, Heidi Huether, assist. coach Stacy Stewart. Third row: Savanna Deutscher, allan mcDonnell, camden Sawvell, Tate Eisenbraun, raedon anderson, Jessica casjens. Second row: aaron moschell, Brianna Schreiber, Paisley godfrey, kyla Sawvell, Trista reinert, Preston Eisenbraun. Front row: Head coach karol Patterson.
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Asian carp range increasing in eastern South Dakota rivers
Anglers who see or capture silver or bighead carp outside of the James, Vermillion and Big Sioux rivers or below Gavin’s Point Dam are asked to report their findings to the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks. Anglers may do so online or by calling a local GFP office. In an effort to slow the spread of silver and bighead carp, anglers are reminded that catching bait below Gavin’s Point Dam on the Missouri River and in the James, Vermillion and Big Sioux rivers is now prohibited. While some anglers will be impacted by the prohibition, it is a necessary step to keep those undesirable fish species from continuing to expand their range. In addition, the Game, Fish and Parks Department reminds anglers coming to South Dakota that they may not bring bait fish into the state, which will help reduce unwanted introductions of aquatic nuisance species and fish diseases. “Anglers are one of the first lines of defense against the spread of unwanted species,” said Geno Adams, GFP fisheries program administrator. “Being aware of what’s in your bait bucket and making sure there are no unwanted hitchhikers on your boat are two ways to help fight the spread of these harmful species.” High water levels in eastern South Dakota rivers in recent years have allowed for the expansion of silver and bighead carp in those rivers. Anglers should be aware of the increased possibility of encountering silver and bighead carp, often referred to as Asian carp. An ongoing research project by South Dakota State University has confirmed that, in addition to the Missouri River below Gavin’s Point Dam, those unwanted species have spread along the entire length of the James River and portions of the Vermillion and Big Sioux rivers. Asian carp were first found in South Dakota just below Gavin’s Point Dam on the Missouri River in the late 1990s and began spreading about a decade ago into tributaries of the Missouri River – such as the James River. Both silver and bighead carp are filter feeders and compete for food with young game fish, bait fish and native fish species. Asian carp can grow to more than 50 pounds and 40 inches in length, and females of the species are capable of producing more than one million eggs per year. Silver carp are known for leaping out of the water when startled by boat motors – sometimes injuring boaters. Along with range expansion, ongoing research at SDSU is trying to determine the effects of those undesirable species on aquatic food sources in eastern South Dakota’s rivers and also document the extent of natural reproduction in South Dakota.
Teen driver fatality risk quadruples with multiple young passengers
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety today released a study showing a strong relationship between the number and age of passengers present in a car and the subsequent risk of a teen driver dying in a traffic crash. The report, “Teen Driver Risk in Relation to Age and Number of Passengers,” found that the likelihood of a 16- or 17-year-old driver being killed in a crash, per mile driven, increases with each additional young passenger in the vehicle. Compared to driving with no passengers, a 16- or 17-year-old driver’s fatality risk: •Increases 44 percent when carrying one passenger younger than 21 (and no older passengers) •Doubles when carrying two passengers younger than 21 (and no older passengers) •Quadruples when carrying three or more passengers younger than 21 (and no older passengers) Conversely, carrying at least one passenger aged 35 or older cuts a teen driver’s risk of death by 62 percent, and risk of involvement in any police-reported crash by 46 percent. “We know that carrying young passengers is a huge risk, but it’s also a preventable one,” said AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety President and CEO Peter Kissinger. “These findings should send a clear message to families that parents can make their teens safer immediately by refusing to allow them to get in the car with other young people, whether they’re behind the wheel or in the passenger seat.” Given the significant decrease in risk seen when adults 35 and older were present, parents can also help protect new teen drivers by spending more time in the car with them. “The connection between carrying young passengers and increased fatal crash risk is clear,” said Marilyn Buskohl, spokeswoman for AAA South Dakota. “By limiting the number of passengers that 16- and 17-year-old drivers can have in the car, help ensure that teens stay focused on the road and gain the experience they need to become safe drivers. It’s critical, too, that parents restrict passengers and help keep their teens safe.” AAA urges families to consider these steps: •Visit www.TeenDriving.AAA. com for resources that can help teens become safer drivers, including a parent-teen driving agreement covering safety risks such as passengers, cell-phone use and night driving. •Provide transportation alternatives for teens who need them. •Encourage your teens to speak up if they feel the teen driver they’re riding with is not driving safely. •Talk with other parents so they know the rules for your teen and will help enforce them. •Spend time as a passenger when your teen is at the wheel. Your presence and your guidance help make your teen a safer driver. AAA and the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety have long-standing commitments to improving teen driver safety through research and the development of science-based tools and resources. For a copy of this study, or to learn more about AAA’s work in this focus area, visit www.aaafoundation.org. For additional resources, visit www.TeenDriving.AAA.com.
Lake Francis case paddlefish snagging season opens
Lake Francis Case, a Missouri River impoundment, hasn’t seen paddlefish snaggers in nearly 30 years – until this week. Thanks to successful paddlefish stocking efforts in the past couple of decades by the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks, paddlefish snagging has returned to the lake below Big Bend Dam, near Fort Thompson. Paddlefish snagging is being allowed on the reservoir from May 1 through May 31 (2012) for those anglers lucky enough to receive tags in a recent drawing. GFP had more than 2,000 applicants for the 350 available tags in the residentonly season. Tags were issued by lottery drawing. In addition, the Lower Brule and Crow Creek Sioux tribes each issued 25 paddlefish snagging tags. Annual paddlefish stocking efforts initiated in the early 1990s have resulted in good numbers of paddlefish in Lake Francis Case. “One of the original goals of our paddlefish stocking program was to revive a paddlefish sport fishery,” said Jason Sorensen, GFP fisheries biologist in Chamberlain. “Due to the success of our stockings over the years, we are confident that conservative harvest from this paddlefish stock will not have profound negative implications on the population.” Paddlefish are a very long-lived species, and the Lake Francis Case population has some very mature fish. There is potential for anglers to harvest some extremely large paddlefish. Anglers are reminded that gaffs and other hooked, penetrating devices may not be used as an aid when landing snagged paddlefish. The season is open reservoirwide on Lake Francis Case, and anglers also are allowed to snag paddlefish in the White River, from the mouth upstream to the Highway 47 bridge. “Since this is the first year of the season, we cannot be sure where anglers will concentrate, but most activity will likely take place in the tail waters below Big Bend Dam and near the confluence of the White River,” Sorensen said. “This season offers a unique opportunity for anglers to pursue paddlefish in Lake Francis Case.” Paddlefish anglers are not allowed to snag paddlefish from immediately below the Big Bend Dam powerhouse downstream to the chain-link fence (about twotenths of a mile). Snagging hours are 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Anglers are reminded that they must have valid South Dakota fishing licenses, paddlefish snagging permits and paddlefish tags in their possession while snagging. To reduce injuries to paddlefish, anglers are restricted to hook sizes of 2/0 and smaller. Biologists will collect information from anglers and harvested paddlefish during the season to aid in managing the fishery.
AARP S.D. hosts community conversation on health and retirement security
Event in Kadoka part of a 66 county statewide listening tour
AARP South Dakota is holding a state-wide, county-by-county conversation about strengthening health and retirement security called 'You've Earned a Say." Through You’ve Earned a Say, AARP is taking the debate about Medicare and Social Security out from behind closed doors in Washington and making sure South Dakotans are part of a broader national conversation to have a voice in the discussion about their future. As part of its statewide listening tour, AARP South Dakota will host an event Tuesday, May 15, in Kadoka from 1:30-2:30 pm at Jiggers. Refreshments will be provided by AARP South Dakota. This community conversation is open to the public and individuals of all ages are encouraged to attend and AARP membership is not required. There is no cost to attend. Attendees are encouraged to bring a non-perishable food donation to support local hunger efforts. Additional sessions will be held Tuesday, May 15, in Deadwood, from 7:30- 8:30 pm at the Chamber of Commerce meeting room; Wednesday, May 16 in Sturgis, from 9:30-10:30 am at the Holiday Inn Express; and, Wednesday, May 16 in Rapid City from 1:30-2:30 pm at the Canyon Lake Senior Center. Throughout the summer the ‘You've Earned a Say’ van will stop for listening sessions in all 66 counties in South Dakota, with the final session at the South Dakota State Fair on August 30. Attendees will have an opportunity to fill out questionnaires about Medicare and Social Security and join a discussion about the future of these programs. “Medicare and Social Security are the foundation of health and retirement security for so many South Dakotans,” said Sarah Jennings, state director for AARP South Dakota. “They’ve paid into these programs over a lifetime of work, they’ve earned these benefits, they’re counting on them, and they should be part of the conversation on how to protect and strengthen Medicare and Social Security. We’re committed to making You’ve Earned a Say an inclusive conversation with our members and adults of all ages.” “We know from a recent survey that Medicare and Social Security are important to people age 50 and older in South Dakota,” said Jennings. “AARP believes that any conversations about the future of Medicare and Social Security should include the people who've been paying into these programs over a lifetime of hard work. To do that, we're bringing the conversation to every county in South Dakota, giving people an opportunity to speak out and make their voices heard.” •A recent survey of more than 3300 individuals age 50 and older in Sioux Falls, an in rural communities showed 90% of respondents saw ensuring Social Security continues to provide a guaranteed base for retirement income as high or top priority issue for AARP South Dakota to work on. •Additionally, 85% of respondents in rural areas and 81% of respondents in Sioux Falls indicated strengthening Medicare should be a high or top priority issue for AARP South Dakota to work on. •In South Dakota, 137,314 people rely on Medicare for their health coverage, and 153,508 people receive Social Security benefits. •The average monthly Social Security benefit for individuals in South Dakota is a little more than $1,000. •18.9 percent of South Dakotans receiving Social Security rely on the benefit for 90% or more of their retirement income, while •45.4 % rely on Social security for 50% or more of their retirement income. "These sessions are truly listening sessions," said Jennings. "The debate over how to protect and strengthen Medicare and Social can’t be done in secret. South Dakotans have worked too hard to let the next President and Congress make decisions about the future of Medicare and Social Security without hearing from the people who rely on these programs for their health and financial security in retirement." For details and information on upcoming You've Earned a Say events in South Dakota visit www.aarp.org/sd. Follow the AARP South Dakota video blog from all 66 counties at www.youtube.com/ aarpsouthdakota. You've Earned a Say conversations in South Dakota are part of a broader conversations happening in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. For additional information, visitwww.earnedasay.org.
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Spring in full swing at Shadehill Recreation area
Fish are becoming active and campers are starting to roll in at Shadehill Recreation Area near Lemmon, S.D. Ketterling’s Point, North Swim Beach, and West Cabin boat ramps are all open with docks in place. “Fishing is picking up,” said Park Manager Jim Straight. “People are starting to catch a few walleye, and the northern pike and catfish are biting all over the lake.” The warm spring has the campground alive as well. “The water is on, and there are plenty of campsites available,” added Straight. Camping is available on a firstcome, first-served basis until May 18, when campsites can be reserved. Camping reservations can be made up to 90 days in advance online at www.campsd.com or by calling 1-800-710-2267. For more information about Shadehill Recreation Area, call 605-374-5114.
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WANTED: Experienced waitress three nights per week at Jigger’s Restaurant in Kadoka. Call 837-2000 or 837-2408 and ask for JoAnne. K19-4tc 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 inforApply online at mation. 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 PW15-tfn hillshd.com. 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
WANTED TO BUY: Junk cars and machinery for crushing. Will pick up at your place. Call 4335443. P20-4tp CONGRATULATIONS, MOM, WANTED: Hay to put up on shares in the Wall-Philip area. Call 441-0284, please leave a P20-4tp message. WANTED: Looking for used oil. Taking any type and weight. Call Mike at 685-3068. P42-tfn
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, P19-4tc 890-9874. 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: 488K36-tfn 0291. 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 (cell). K3-tfn 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: 3908604; wrex@gwtc.net K50-tfn
BUSINESS & SERVICES
HELP WANTED: Maintenance worker for the Town of Quinn. Applications may be picked up at the Farm Bureau Insurance office in Wall. Please send application to: PO Box 11, Quinn, SD 57775. WP38-2tc HELP WANTED: Full-time and summer help for Wall and surrounding areas from concrete work to framing. DHD Construction, 279-2806 or 5450664. WP38-3tc POSITIONS OPEN: The Kadoka Area School District is seeking applications for the following positions: HS science teacher, P-12 counselor; HS English teacher and a speech language facilitator. Applications 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. K22-2tc CITY OF PHILIP NEEDS LIFEGUARDS: LIFEGUARD applications are being accepted for the 2012 summer season. You must be 15 years of age and able to certify as a lifeguard. Applications are available at City Finance Office, located on the 4th floor of the Haakon County Courthouse between the hours of 8:00 to 12:00 and 1:00 to 5:00, Monday through Friday, or by calling 859-2175. Applications will close at 5:00 p.m. on MAY 18, 2012. Lifeguard, CPR & first aid classes will be offered May 29-31, 2012. For more information and to register, please contact the City Finance Office at 859-2175. City of Philip is an Equal Opportunity Employer. P22-1tc 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, 2012. See: www.meadecounty.org for further instructions or call: Meade County HR office at 605/720-1625. PR36-3tc 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
HELP WANTED
HOUSE FOR SALE: 806 Hustead St., Wall. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Call Galen or Anne Boyd, 605/651-9417. WP38-2tp SMALL HOUSE FOR SALE IN WALL: Completely rewired, new lighting, new windows, redwood deck, fenced backyard. Call Lesters, 279-2528. PW20-3tp
REAL ESTATE
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NEED MONEY TO PAY off bills?? Sell Avon! Work from home. Earn 40% on your first 4 orders. 1-877-454-9658. INDEPENDENT PROFESSIONALS Needed for Customer Modular Home Builder to Sell and Build in Your Area Using Our System. Call Lonnie to Learn More: 1-800-759-2782. 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 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. 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. ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN ñ $15.45/hr, City of Aberdeen, HR, 123 S. Lincoln St., Aberdeen, SD (605)626-7013, www.aberdeen. sd.us, or SD Dept. of Labor. Apply by May 18, 2012. EOE. ASSISTANT CUSTODIAN: FT, benefits. Maintain heating system, clean/maintain school buildings/grounds, minor repairs, snow removal. Contact Faulkton School, Supt. Joel Price, 605-598-6266 ext. 206. BRITTON-HECLA SCHOOL, 712 science teacher w/wo coaching. Send resume to Kevin.Coles@ k12.sd.us, 605448-2234, or PO Box 190, Britton, SD 57430. 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. COUNTY HIGHWAY SUPERINTENDENT - Huron, SD. Job description available at www.beadle.sdcounties.org. Deadline to apply is 6-15-12 . Submit resume with salary expectations to auditor@beadlesd.org. SEEKING BUSINESS MANAGER for the Mobridge-Pollock School District #62-6. Resume and Application to be sent to Tim Frederick at the MobridgePollock School District #62-6 at 1107 1st Avenue East in Mobridge SD 57601. Certified application is available online at mobridge-pollock.k12.sd.us under employment opportunities. For more information contact Tim at 605-845-9204. Open until filled. EOE.
ROSHOLT, A PROGESSIVE, SAFE community in NE SD is seeking an EMT or Nurse to serve as manager of its Ambulance Service. Rosholt has an excellent school system, economical housing, a dedicated community and more (www.rosholtsd.com). Forward resume by May 15th to CSI, 208 Prairie Ave, Rosholt SD 57260. EOE. BRIDGEWATER CITY accepting written Notice of Interest for Manager Lessees for City Bar. Call Bridgewater Finance Office 605/729-2690 or see bridgewatersd.com for more information. SISSETON SCHOOL DISTRICT: FACS (Family Consumer Science) opening for the 2012-13 school year. Contact Mr. Jim Frederick at 605-698-7613, ext. 147. Open until filled. 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. 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. FOR SALE SEED: Spring wheat, oats, cover crop seed, oat & pea mix, alfalfa seed, grass seed of all kinds, millet & forage seed, wildlife products. Call for 2012 spring catalog or see dealer near you. Dakotaís Best Seed, Platte, SD. 800-894-3318 or 605-3373318. www.dakotasbestseed. com. STEAKHOUSE/LOUNGE with on/off sale in Delmont, SD. About 35 minutes south of Mitchell. Well-maintained 140x50-ft. building with new kitchen equipment, inventory in place, turn-key operation. Priced to sell. 605-779-3431 or 680-9928. 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. REAL ESTATE ROY LAKE (SD) secluded 40 acre parcel with a 15 acre forested peninsula surrounded by Roy Lake and state land. Modern cabin and garage. www.roylakeproperty.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.
APARTMENTS: Spacious one bedroom units, all utilities included. Young or old. Need rental assistance or not, we can house you. Just call 1-800-4816904 or stop in the lobby and pick up an application. Gateway Apartments, Kadoka. WP32-tfn
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I’m very grateful to all who made my birthday so special this year. May God’s blessing be with you always. Thank you, Annetta Geigle
THANK YOUS
FOR SALE: Angus bulls, 1 polled Hereford, good, moderate structure, easy to handle, poured, vaccinated. $2,000 $3,000. Call 390-5535 or 7546180. P22-4tc
FARM & RANCH
MULTI-FAMILY RUMMAGE SALE: K-gee’s, Philip, Friday, May 18, 4-7 p.m. Women’s 1x/2x clothes, bunk beds, housewares, other furniture, books, rockers, etc. PR38-2tc GARAGE SALE: Friday, May 11, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Saturday, May 12, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Diane Lurz residence, 900 Bayberry St., Kadoka. Bikes, TVs, clothes, shoes, toys, household things & many misc. K22-1tc RUMMAGE SALE: Saturday, May 12, K-gee’s Bldg., Philip, 8 to 1. Everything 1/2 price at noon. High chair, pak-n-play, swing, baby items, ab lounger, clothing - infant girls, boys 0-4, women’s - all sizes, household items. Much more. Multi-family. P22-1tp Thursday, GARAGE SALE: May 10, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., 511 E. Dupree St., Philip, Jennifer O’Connell home. Name brand (Gap, TCP, Gymboree, Harley Davidson) Girls Clothes 0 to 4T, Women’s and Maternity Clothes, Baby Items, Medela Breast Pump & Acc., High Chair, Baby Bath, Toys, changing Pad, Boppy Cover, Like New Travel Swing & Bouncy Seat, Arms Reach CoSleeper, TV, Household Items. P21-2tc
GARAGE SALES
FOR SALE: LP Smartboard 6” primed siding, 74 pieces. Will deliver 100 miles from Kadoka. $500. Call 605/680-4199. K22-1tp FOR SALE: Dump box utility trailer; pull behind an ATV or garden tractor. Size: 33”W x 42”L, $100. 859-3552. P22-1tp FOR SALE: Rope horse halters with 10’ lead rope, $15 each. Call 685-3317 or 837-2917. K44-tfn
MISC. FOR SALE
Grandma Marcia Jackson, SDASBO Business Manager of the Year! We are proud of you! Your kids & grandkids. P22-1tp
NOTICES/WANTED
Thursday: Breakfast: Cold Cereal, Peanut Butter Toast, Cheese Stick, Milk or Juice. Lunch: Macaroni & Cheese, Roll, Green Beans, Fresh Fruit, Milk. Friday: No School. Monday: Breakfast: Egg/Cheese Wrap, Toast, Fruit, Milk or Juice. Lunch: Pizza, Lettuce Salad, Corn, Milk. Tuesday: Breakfast: Cinnamon Roll, Cheese Stick, Milk or Juice. Lunch: Soft Shell Taco, Refried Beans, Black Beans, Corn, Milk. Wednesday: Breakfast: Pancake, Milk or Juice. Lunch: Hamburger Deluxe, Chips, Milk.
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Mickelson Trail cleaning up after removal of ‘beetle’ trees
The state departments of Agriculture and Game, Fish and Parks have finished a four-month project that removed mountain pine beetle infested trees along the Mickelson Trail in the Black Hills. Crews have been removing and chipping infested trees along the trail rights-of-way in an effort to slow the bug’s impact on scenery along the popular route. “The infested trees will die and if not removed, could eventually fall across the trail creating a safety hazard,” said Dana Garry, trail manager. “About 2,700 trees have been treated so far. We will monitor the flight of the mountain pine beetle next fall, and continue to treat from those findings.” Crews will be cleaning debris and placing new trail material throughout the summer. No trail sections will close during the cleanup process, but those who use the trail are asked to be aware of the ongoing work. Check the Mickelson Trail website for updates at www.mickelsontrail.com or “like” the George S. Mickelson Trail on Facebook.
Elm Springs News
Submitted by Shelia Trask The residents of Elm Springs have been busy enjoying the spring weather and recent rains! Maria Trask had her tonsils removed last Monday and has been home recuperating from the operation. Janet Wilson, Sandy Fields and Shelia Trask went to Union Center on Saturday to get their Bountiful Baskets. A nice box of fresh fruits and vegetables was well received. Shelia’s box had an extra "creature" in it--as in centiped!! He was not well received at their house!! Jean Linn is home from a recent stay in the hospital and recuperating well!! All those prayers and well wishes were appreciated. Mick Trask and Evan Anderson drove to Sioux City on Friday evening and picked up Mick’s son Levi for the weekend. Mick and Tom returned him to Chamberlain on Sunday evening. A short but fun weekend was had as Levi got to spend time with the puppies, lambs and calves! Tomilyn and Joe Trask were home, Thursday, from their studies at SDSU. Joe has now completed his studies and graduated. They traveled together and went through Pierre doing errands on the way home and had a celebration supper in Philip with Julie, Pat and Gemma! The big celebration for Joe and Julie’s graduation is Sunday, May 13 at the Pat Trask shop. Kindergarten graduation was Friday at the school with graduates Jonnie Jo Anders and James Nachtigal! Congratulations!! Jim and Maxine Smith attended the funeral of Jim’s cousin, Richard Willuweit, on Friday afternoon. Jim has been going to a therapy class in Rapid City a couple times a week. Lots of excercise and socializing is done from the sounds of things.
ZACHARY DENKE
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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and SD Discovery Center provide outdoor recreation
In early 2012, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) offices in Pierre, along with other field stations in South Dakota and the Service’s Mountain-Prairie Region, received custom ”Let’s Go Outside” backpacks equipped with everything a family or small group needs to explore and discover nature. These four backpacks, which are available for checkout to families and groups through the South Dakota Discovery Center, include a variety of materials to help young outdoor explorers learn about nature: binoculars, magnifying glasses, insect nets, thermometers, nature journals, petri dishes, activity ideas, and much more. Families interested in checking out a backpack should contact the South Dakota Discovery Center directly. The South Dakota Discovery Center is a hands-on science center located at 805 W. Sioux in Pierre. The backpacks are now part of the Center’s “Science To Go” backpack loan program designed to provide fun, hands-on science activities that families can enjoy at home. The Center is open seven days a week – 1 to 5 p.m. daily except Saturdays (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Since 2007, the Service has been actively engaged in increasing our youth’s experiences in the outdoors through the “Connecting People with Nature – Let’s Get Outside!” program. This program is playing an active role in President Obama’s “America’s Great Outdoors” Initiative and its goal of creating a new generation of conservation stewards. For more information regarding the Connecting People with Nature – Let’s Go Outside program, visit the “Let’s Get Outside” website at: http://www.fws.gov/letsgooutside/.
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Wall Eagles Girls’ golf team:
Assist. Coach Stuart Kitterman, Taylor Richter, Emma Michael, Elyssa Westby, Alyssa Ermish, Jennifer Emery, Autumn Schulz, Krysta Kjerstad, Katy Bielmaier, Winter Godfrey, Sierra Wilson, Head Coach Mark Ammann.
Wall Eagles Boys’ golf team:
Back row: Assist. Coach Stuart Kitterman, Tucker O’Rourke, CJ Schulz, Ryder Wilson, Ben Linn, Jess Williams, Lane Hustead, Trey Richter, Jade Hertel, Head Coach Mark Ammann. Front row: Branden Hamann, Jesse Sawvell, Damion Bresee, David Sykora.
Mon., May 14 • 9:30 a.m. • Hart Ranch
State B Meet • May 21 & 22 • Rapid City, SD
Region 6B Golf Tournament
Good Luck Wall Golfers at the Region Meet!!
Black Hills Federal credit Union
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Econo lodge
279-2121 279-2141
First Interstate Bank golden West Telecommunications
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Walker NaPa/red rock restaurant
279-387/279-2388 279-2325 Wall, SD
cactus cafe & lounge common cents
279-2440
Wall auto livery Wall Booster club Wall Building center
279-2158
corner Pantry/Subway
279-2355
Hildebrand concrete
279-2615
crown Oil co.
279-2245 279-2261
ken’s refrigeration
279-2894 279-2565 279-2772 279-2592 279-2688 386-2115
Wall Dairy Queen
279-2655 279-2175
Dakota mill & grain Dartt angus
279-2242 279-2000 279-2168
Pennington county courant Polished Pinky rush Funeral Home Super 8 motel Two Bit Saloon & Steakhouse
Wall Drug Store Wall Food center
279-2331
Days Inn motel De’s Oil Inc./SanDee’s
Wall lube & Espresso Bar
279-2227 279-2135
West river Electric assoc.
Public Notices
2012 PENNINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
The 2012 Pennington County Board of Equalization was called to order at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, April 10, 2012, with the following Commissioners present: Ron Buskerud, Lyndell Petersen and Nancy Trautman. Judge Jeff Davis administered the Board of Equalization Oaths of Office during the Board of Commissioners’ meeting on April 3, 2012, to the following Commissioners: Ron Buskerud, Ken Davis, Don Holloway, Lyndell Petersen and Nancy Trautman. MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by Trautman to recess the meeting until 8 a.m. on April 25, 2012. Vote: Unanimous. The Board recessed at 8:54 a.m. on April 10, 2012 and reconvened at 8:05 a.m. on Wednesday, April 25, 2012, with the following commissioners present: Buskerud, Davis & Holloway. MANUFACTURED HOMES REMOVED FROM THE ASSESSMENT ROLLS MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by Holloway to accept staff recommendation to remove the value of mobile homes that have been pre-taxed from the 2012 Assessment Rolls and correct values on two mobile homes. Vote: Unanimous. Values removed 8000235; Ricketts, William; 28,600. 8000336; Howie, Mike; 21,800. 8000372; Ball, Robert; 15,300. 8000437; Jensen, Judy; 17,700. 8000697; Hare, Charles; 17,300. 8000706; Anderson, Lani; 25,600. 8000883; Schaer, Suzanne; 37,300. 8000934; Cutler, Jordan; 16,700. 8000974; Flack, Louise; 19,800. 8000982; Torres, Alaina; 16,600. 8000997; Engel, Kalin; 41,500. 8001081; Wright, Glenn; 41,700. 8001145; Big Time Pizza Inc, 11,400. 8001444; Tucker, Davin; 12,900. 8001518; Jones, Herbert; 33,600. 8001598; Morris, Richard; 10,300. 8001799; Prentice, William; 9,700. 8001896; Heger, Serena; 13,400. 8001904; Vanderbilt Mortgage & Finance Co Inc; 58,500. 8001922; Larsen, William; 8,900. 8002155; Dean, Christinal; 5,700. 8002306; Simon, Bruce; 4,800. 8003259; Kursave, Ace; 7,100. 8003509; Loznicka, Liza; 9,900. 8005312; Weifenbach, Myrtle; 6,400. 8005622; J Robert Knecht Rlt; 5,800. 8005680; Touchstone Financial; 5,000. 8006094; Zelfer, Tammy; 5,500. 8006852; Long, Albert; 18,600. 8007346; Brady, Michelle; 7,500. 8007429; Dymnicki, Richard; 6,400. 8007730; Nagel, Lynelle; 8,400. 8007865; Wollmuth, Andrew; 6,000. 8008186; Tjaden, Ronald; 5,700. 8008268; Tabor Jefferson, Margaret; 6,500. 8009405; Johnson, David; 4,900. 8009507; Moncur, Toni; 10,500. 8010238; Hansen, Cherry; 7,600. 8010433; Corbin, Deloris; 68,400. 8010769; Jensen, Larry; 8,800. 8010939; Gratzfeld, Carl; 49,800. 8011105; Powell, Evelyn; 12,800. 8011270; Pagan, Karyl; 87,500. Values reduced 8003409; Durst Real Estate Limited Partners; 8,100. 8010328; Waldron, Melissa And Miller, Charles A; 6,700. NEW EXEMPT MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by Holloway to approve the New Exempt properties as presented. Vote: Unanimous. 37836/38-06-201-003, Black Hills Area Habitat For Humanity, 100% 41955/38-06-201-002, Black Hills Area Habitat For Humanity, 100% 36050/38-06-352-003, Calvary Chapel Community Church, 100% 28933/37-12-451-004, Cornerstone Rescue Mission, 100% 55222/37-34-276-001, Corp Of The Presiding Bishop, Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints, 100% 24686/21-30-376-012, Knollwood Baptist Church Inc, 100% 24697/21-30-376-021, Knollwood Baptist Church Inc, 100% 64267/21-31-126-038, Knollwood Baptist Church Inc, 100% 63816/38-16-430-009, Rapid City BPOE, 19% 52683/37-12-103-011, Rapid City Regional Hospital, 100% 31789/37-12-107-003, Rapid City Regional Hospital, 100% 31788/37-12-107-004, Rapid City Regional Hospital, 100% 36310/38-08-126-007, Rapid City Regional Hospital, 100% 36311/38-08-126-008, Rapid City Regional Hospital, 100% 24574/38-08-403-005, Rushmore Lions Club Charities Inc, 100% 43923/69-01-200-007, South Dakota Baptist Convention/Baptist Camp Judson, 100% 61182/69-01-400-007, South Dakota Baptist Convention/Baptist Camp Judson, 100% 43922/69-01-200-008, South Dakota Baptist Convention/Baptist Camp Judson, 100% 43921/69-01-200-009, South Dakota Baptist Convention/Baptist Camp Judson, 100% 16067/69-01-200-001, South Dakota Baptist Convention/Baptist Camp Judson, 17% 2012 EXEMPTS DENIED MOVED by Holloway and seconded by Buskerud to deny the following exemptions pursuant to the recommendation of the Department of Equalization. Vote: Unanimous. 0035503/38-06-452-002; IBEW #1250 0019657/70-08-403-003; The Keystone Project 0003876/70-08-427-011; The Keystone Project 0003832/70-08-281-003; The Keystone Project 0003880/70-08-427-004; The Keystone Project 0062608/70-08-281-010; The Keystone Project 100% EXEMPT PROPERTIES & PARTIAL EXEMPT PROPERTIES MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by Davis to approve the 100% exempt properties and partial exempt properties as presented by the Department of Equalization. Vote: Unanimous. 100% EXEMPT PROPERTIES PER SDCL 10-4-9 0047065/37-04-326-014; ABIDING WORD EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CH,
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0034527/21-31-155-009; CHURCH AT RAPID CITY, SD, INC, Wise's Addn, BLOCK 7, E5' OF LOT 30 & ALL OF LOT 31-34 0026096/20-26-477-005; CHURCH OF CHRIST, Morningside, BLOCK 3, Lot 6-8 0048606/54-07-376-009; CHURCH OF CHRIST (BLACK HILLS), Varilek Sub, Lot A 0043542/37-13-278-004; CHURCH OF CHRIST OF RAPID CITY, Robbinsdale #10, BLOCK 4, Lot 4 0038661/21-31-252-001; CHURCH OF GOD, North Side Addn, BLOCK 8, Lot 8 - 21 0026726/20-25-352-011; CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY, Northern Heights, BLOCK 15, Lot 3 0035250/37-03-100-003; CHURCH OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 505-8732, S03, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT 2A 0037728/37-03-100-004; CHURCH OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 505-8732, S03, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT 1 IN THE SE1/4NW1/4 0038668/37-09-352-001; CHURCH OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 510-3169, Canyon Lake Heights Sec 9, BLOCK 9, Lot 10, 10A & 11 0043642/63-06-277-011; CHURCH OF SAINT PATRICK OF WALL, SD, Mackrills Addn, BLOCK 2, Lot 1 - 3 0060116/20-25-428-008; CHURCH OF ST ISAAC JOGUES OF RC, Marshall Heights, TRACT LOT L-1AR 0025556/20-25-406-001; CHURCH OF ST ISAAC JOGUES OF RC, Marshall Heights, TRACT LOT L 0043638/24-31-204-017; CHURCH OF ST JOHN, S31, T2N, R11E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT 3 OF LOT A OF LOT 4 OF OUTLOT D 0043639/24-31-204-018; CHURCH OF ST JOHN, S31, T2N, R11E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT C OF LOT 3, LOT D OF LOT 3 ALL OF OUTLOT D 0043636/24-31-204-015; CHURCH OF ST JOHN, S31, T2N, R11E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED N PT OF LOT 2 OF OUTLOT D 0043637/24-31-204-016; CHURCH OF ST JOHN, S31, T2N, R11E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED S PT OF LOT 2 OF OUTLOT D 0005503/24-31-229-016; CHURCH OF ST JOHN OF NEW UNDERWOOD, Madsen Addn, BLOCK 13, LOT 3 (OF LOT 4 OF OUTLOT A) 0005504/24-31-229-017; CHURCH OF ST JOHN OF NEW UNDERWOOD, Madsen Addn, BLOCK 13, LOT 4 (OF LOT 4 OF OUTLOT A) 0035204/37-01-182-007; CHURCH OF ST MARY OF THE IMMAC CONC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 126, S70' OF LOT 17-24 LESS PT LOT H1 IN LOT 17 0043643/63-06-277-012; CHURCH OF ST PATRICK'S, THE, Mackrills Addn, BLOCK 2, N20' OF LOT 4 0003022/52-30-302-024; CHURCH OF ST ROSE OF LIMA%J BIRDSALL, Original Town Of Hill City, BLOCK 1, Lot 27 - 28, & VAC ALLEY ADJ TO SAID LOTS 0026900/20-36-177-003; CHURCH OF ST THERESE LITTLE FLOWER, North Rapid, BLOCK 9, Lot 27 - 28 0026898/20-36-177-007; CHURCH OF ST THERESE LITTLE FLOWER, North Rapid, BLOCK 9, S19' OF LOT 8; ALL OF LOT 9 & N6' OF LOT10 0043962/20-36-177-009; CHURCH OF ST THERESE LITTLE FLOWER, North Rapid, BLOCK 9, S19' OF LOT 10; LOT 11-22 0043963/20-36-177-010; CHURCH OF ST THERESE LITTLE FLOWER, North Rapid, BLOCK 9, Lot 23 - 26 0035298/37-08-200-002; CHURCH OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT RC, S08, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT 1 OF TRACT A SE1/4NE1/4 0035297/37-08-200-003; CHURCH OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT RC, S08, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED TRACT A LESS LOT 1 OF TRACT A 0042905/38-10-380-001; CHURCH OF THE LUTHERAN CONFESSION, Ridgeview Place Subd, BLOCK 1, Lot 1 0042906/38-10-454-001; CHURCH OF THE LUTHERAN CONFESSION, Ridgeview Place Subd, BLOCK 1, Lot 2 0057533/52-31-103-010; COMMUNITY LUTH CHURCH % D GREENLUND, Hall Acres Sub, LOT A OF LOT 1 0057534/52-31-103-011; COMMUNITY LUTH CHURCH % D GREENLUND, Hall Acres Sub, LOT B OF LOT 1 0049998/37-32-151-026; DAKOTA ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE UNIT, Countryside South Sub, BLOCK 9, Lot 14 0010930/37-08-100-001; DAKOTA CONF OF WESLEYAN METHODIST CH, S08, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, W1/2NW1/4NE1/4 & NE1/4NW1/4 0052897/37-03-380-020; DAKOTA CONF OF WESLEYAN METHODIST CH, S03, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED BLOCK 2 LOT 2R; LOT 3-4 0052906/37-12-230-024; DAKOTA CONF OF WESLEYAN METHODIST CH, South Park, BLOCK 1, Lot 25 - 32 0046965/37-04-376-014; DAKOTA CONFERENCE CORP OF 7TH DAY AD, Western Heights, BLOCK 6, Lot 7 0052902/33-09-300-005; DAKOTA CONFERENCE CORP OF 7TH DAY AD, S09, T1N, R03E, Black Hills Meridian, E1/2SW1/4; NW1/4SE1/4 0025035/37-03-380-012; DAKOTA DIST OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH, Lawndale, BLOCK 2, Lot 3 0003612/20-26-255-001; DAKOTA DIST OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH, Harmony Heights, Lot 2R2, OF TRACT 2 0061677/38-04-427-001; DAKOTA DISTRICT OF THE WESLELYN CHURCH, Word of Hope Sub, Lot 1 0052898/20-27-276-004; DAKOTA DISTRICT OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH, Wesleyan Christian Center, TRACT A INCLUDING LOT 1 REVISED OF TRACTA LESS ROW 0052896/20-25-454-017; DAKOTA DISTRICT OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH, Mac Arthur, BLOCK 2, Lot A, C, E, F, & G; LOT 6-7; LOT 8 LESS LOT H1; LOT 9 LESS LOT H1; LOT 10-13 LESS LOT H1 OF LOT 10 & LESS LOT H1 OF LOT 11 0063523/20-29-100-004; DIOCESE OF RAPID CITY (THE), S29, T2N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED, SE1/4NW1/4 LESS ROW 0006828/20-26-277-001; DOVE CHRISTIAN CENTER INC, Oldfield Sub, BLOCK 6, Lot 10 - 15, LESS I-90 ROW 0027735/20-26-278-001; DOVE CHRISTIAN CENTER INC, Oldfield Sub, Lot G, & VAC WEST HALF OF ST 0003610/20-26-253-002; DOVE
Section B • Pennington County Courant • May 10, 2012 •
CHRISTIAN CENTER INC, Harmony Heights, TRACT 1 0026106/20-26-427-001; DOVE CHRISTIAN CENTER INC, Morningside, BLOCK 6, ALL BLK 6 & VACATED EAST HALF OF STREETBETWEEN LOT G OF OLDFIELDSUBD & BLK 6 OFMORNINGSIDE ADDN 0056323/20-26-401-010; DOVE CHRISTIAN CENTER OF SD INC, Harmony Heights, BLOCK 1, Lot A 0026074/20-26-426-001; DOVE CHRISTIAN CENTER OF SD INC, Morningside, Lot D 0018780/63-05-151-016; EMANUEL EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, Hustead's 1st Addn, BLOCK 2, S1/2 OF LOT 2 & LOT 3 0052905/37-01-151-021; EMANUEL PARISH, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 113, Lot 6 - 12 0052927/22-20-101-011; EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH OF BOX ELDER, Villa Sub, LOT A OF TRACT A; LOT B OF TRACT A 0035044/37-01-151-008; EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 113, W18" OF S37' OF LOT 3 & ALL OF LOT 4-5 0052639/37-01-151-019; EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL PARISH INC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 113, E15' OF N62.5' OF LOT 27; N62' OF LOTS 28-32 0035047/37-01-151-006; EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL PARISH INC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 113, Lot 13 - 14 0052930/46-31-351-017; EVANGELICAL FREE BIBLE CHURCH, S31, T1N, R16E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT M-R; LOT N-R; LOT N-1 OF GL 4 0018946/46-31-379-003; EVANGELICAL FREE BIBLE CHURCH, INC, North Wall Addn, BLOCK 2, W1/2 OF LOT 1 0017262/08-27-200-002; EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN IMMANUELS CHURC, S27, T4N, R16E, Black Hills Meridian, PT OF NE1/4 NE1/4 0051606/37-12-258-011; FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH, Faith Lutheran Addn, Lot 1 0037621/37-01-110-006; FAITH TEMPLE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 103, Lot 6 - 7, & E21' OF LOT 8 0006853/22-20-352-010; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF BOX ELDER, Original Town Of Box Elder, BLOCK 1, Lot 13 - 16 0052892/37-12-101-004; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF RAPID CITY, South Boulevard, BLOCK 5, Lot 1 - 13, LOT 2032; VAC ALLEY LOCATED BETWEEN LOTS 1-13 & 20-32 0052893/37-01-110-014; FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF RAPID CITY, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 103, Lot 17 - 21 0035051/37-01-151-014; FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 113, S77.5' OF E5' OF LOT 29 & S77.5' OF LOT30-32 0043960/37-01-358-016; FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE OF RC, Flormann, BLOCK 27, Lot 31 - 33 0055187/70-08-231-014; FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Original Town Of Keystone, BLOCK 9, Lot 17, LOT 18R, LOT 19R, LOT 20R 0055251/70-08-231-016; FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF KEYST, Original Town Of Keystone, BLOCK 9, S1/2 LOT 16 0020757/37-02-259-009; FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF R C, Boulevard Addn, BLOCK 30, LOT 6-20 OF SUB DIV OF LOT 13 BLK 30 BLVD ADDN 0023664/37-02-327-001; FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF R C, Forest Hills, BLOCK 3, ALL 0039140/37-02-401-001; FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF R C, Boulevard Addn, BLOCK 31, LOT C OF REPLAT OF LOT 13 0060915/38-19-103-001; FIRST EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH OF RAPID CITY SOUTH DAKOTA, North 80 Sub, Lot 2 0052894/63-06-232-006; FIRST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, Original Town Of Wall, BLOCK 5, Lot 14 16 0052899/37-01-111-009; FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 104, Lot 10 - 16 0037631/37-01-111-003; FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 104, Lot 8-9 0028131/37-16-202-025; FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF RC, Parkridge Village, BLOCK 3, Lot 24 0031785/37-12-107-007; FOUNDATION FOR ORTHODOXY, South Boulevard, BLOCK 17, Lot 1 - 2 0025433/20-32-404-003; FREE METHODIST CHURCH % D SCANDRETT, Marcoe Heights #1, BLOCK 4, Lot 1 - 3 0025419/20-32-404-004; FREE METHODIST CHURCH % D SCANDRETT, Marcoe Heights #1, BLOCK 3, Lot 12 0025418/20-32-404-005; FREE METHODIST CHURCH % D SCANDRETT, Marcoe Heights #1, BLOCK 3, Lot 11, LESS E25' 0053275/53-14-427-014; GRACE BIBLE CHURCH OF THE BLACK HILL, Stratmeyer Addn, Lot 1, REVISED 0014639/20-13-100-002; GRACE REFORMED CHURCH R C U S, S13, T2N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT 1-2 OF NW1/4NW1/4 0047771/21-24-301-009; HARVEST TIME FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURC, S24, T2N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT A-1 IN TRACT 2 OF TRACT A IN N1/2SW1/4 (S OF I-90) 0031081/21-31-308-004; HOPE CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH, Schnasse, BLOCK 17, Lot 18 - 25 0017279/08-32-200-001; IMANUEL EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, S32, T4N, R16E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT A IN NE1/4NE1/4 0058049/20-24-102-026; INSTITUTE FOR MINISTRY DEVELOPMENT INC, Tyler Knue Sub, BLOCK 4, Lot 9 0045149/21-31-476-007; INTERNATIONAL CHURCH OF THE FOURSQUA, Buckingham Addn, Lot 2 0027596/21-31-126-010; KNOLLWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH, INC, Nowlin & Wood Replat, BLOCK 32, W32' OF 16 & E32' OF LOT 17 0044522/20-25-351-002; LIBERTY BAPTIST TABERNACLE, Northern Heights, BLOCK 16, Lot 4, REVISED 0026751/20-25-351-003; LIBERTY BAPTIST TABERNACLE, Northern Heights, BLOCK 16, Lot 3R 0045019/37-35-200-007; LIBERTY BAPTIST TABERNACLE, High View Sub, TRACT 14 0031667/37-12-105-011; LIGHTHOUSE EVANGELISTIC TEMPLE, South Boulevard, BLOCK 4, Lot 24 - 36 0038066/52-30-351-018; LITTLE WHITE CHURCH, Triangle Placer, MS 729, LOT 4 OF TRACT C 0053080/52-30-354-011; LITTLE WHITE CHURCH, THE, Original Town Of Hill City, BLOCK 6, Lot C 0008090/52-30-351-016; LITTLE WHITE CHURCH, THE, Pond Addn, LOT C OF TRACT C IN TRIANGLE PLACER MS #729 0004365/52-30-351-017; LITTLE WHITE CHURCH, THE, Lulu Placer Addn, Lot 21 - 22 0042624/38-09-128-001; LORD OF LIFE LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA, S09, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PART OF TRACT D LOCATED IN NE1/4NW1/4 0042623/38-04-382-001; LORD OF LIFE LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA, S04, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED PART OF TRACT D LOCATED IN SE1/4SW1/4 0018788/63-05-104-010; METHODIST CHURCH, THE, Hustead's 2nd Addn, BLOCK 1, Lot 13 - 15 0047201/20-25-382-011; OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH OF RAPI, Northern Heights, BLOCK 1, Lot 3 0025867/20-36-205-005; OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH OF RAPI, Millard, BLOCK 9, Lot 24 - 38 0003129/52-30-304-012; OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, Original Town Of Hill City, BLOCK 11, E50' OF LOT 18-23 0052966/37-12-232-016; PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, South Park, BLOCK 11, Lot 7 - 25 0052967/37-12-232-017; PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, South Park, BLOCK 11, Lot 26 - 28 0006752/24-29-351-005; PRAIRIE BAPTIST CHURCH, S29, T2N, R11E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT O OF TRACT L OF SW1/4SW1/4 LESS W10' 0035068/37-01-153-008; PRIESTLY FRATERNITY OF ST PETER, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 115, Lot 21 22 0035415/37-23-151-001; R C ASSEMBLY OF GOD TABERNACLE, S23, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT A OF NW1/4NW1/4, LOT A OF SW1/4NW1/4, LOT B OF NW1/4NW1/4 & LOT C OF SW1/4NW1/4 0043961/37-01-358-017; RAPID CITY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE, Flormann, BLOCK 27, Lot 34 - 36 0060863/37-01-182-014; RAPID CITY COLUMBIAN CLUB INC, Knights of Columbus Sub, Lot B 0057051/20-26-476-014; RAPID CITY CONGREGATION OF JEHOVAHS, Morningside, BLOCK 7, Lot 1, REVISED 0027043/20-36-180-011; RAPID CITY KOREAN CHURCH INC, North Rapid, BLOCK 20, Lot 6 - 7 0052903/38-09-206-016; RAPID VALLEY BAPTIST CH % A L DAVIS, Johnson School Sub, BLOCK 3, LOT 3 & 4 OF LOT 1 0003666/38-09-206-004; RAPID VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH, Johnson School Sub, BLOCK 3, LOT 2 OF LOT 1 0003672/38-09-206-005; RAPID VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH, Johnson School Sub, BLOCK 3, LOT 8-9 OF LOT 1 0005425/38-03-355-011; RAPID VALLEY FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH, Mack Sub, LOT I OF BLOCK 2 OF LOT 6 LESS N80' 0011581/38-15-200-003; RAPID VALLEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, S15, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT A IN NE1/4 0043614/19-31-477-001; RIMROCK EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH, S31, T2N, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT 2 REVISED OF LOT A REVISED OF SE1/4SE1/4 0043510/16-14-451-901; ROCHFORD CHAPEL % E B HENDRICKSON, S14, T2N, R03E, Black Hills Meridian, BLL ON SW1/4SE1/4 WEST OF ROAD 0032011/20-33-326-019; SD CONF ASSN OF 7TH DAY ADVENTIST, South Meadowwood, TRACT A 0043622/20-33-326-032; SD CONF ASSN OF 7TH DAY ADVENTIST, South Meadowwood, BLOCK 1, Lot 9 0043623/20-33-326-033; SD CONF ASSN OF 7TH DAY ADVENTIST, South Meadowwood, BLOCK 1, Lot 10 0025414/20-32-404-009; SD CONF ASSN OF 7TH DAY ADVENTIST, Marcoe Heights #1, BLOCK 3, Lot 2 - 6 0038908/35-01-200-901; SD CONF OF UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, S01, T1N, R05E, Black Hills Meridian, BLL ON SW1/4NE1/4 0036528/20-33-476-001; SOUTH CANYON BAPTIST CHURCH OF RAPID, Owen Mann, BLOCK 3, LOT 911 & LOT 16-18 & TRACTS A & B LESSLOTS H-1 & H-2 0027761/20-33-476-002; SOUTH CANYON BAPTIST CHURCH OF RAPID, Owen Mann, BLOCK 3, Lot A 0045375/37-04-105-011; SOUTH CANYON LUTHERAN CHURCH, Brookside #3, BLOCK 10, Lot 1 - 6, & N1/2 VAC W SOUTH ST ADJ TO LOT1 0045374/37-04-105-012; SOUTH CANYON LUTHERAN CHURCH, Brookside #3, BLOCK 10, Lot 7, & N1/2 VAC W SOUTH ST ADJ 0051635/20-25-379-013; SOUTH DAKOTA SYNOD EVANGELICAL LUTHE, Northern Heights, BLOCK 6, Lot 1, OF LOT A 0052909/37-12-276-011; SOUTH MAPLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, South Park, BLOCK 22, Lot 1 - 11, W1/2 VAC MICHIGAN AVE ADJ TO LOTS 1-9; E1/2 VAC ALLEY ADJ TO LOTS 1-11; LOT 24-42 & W1/2 VAC ALLEY ADJ TO SAID 0052910/37-12-129-019; SOUTH PARK COMMUNITY CHURCH, South Boulevard, BLOCK 19, Lot 1 - 8, LOT 4148; VAC ALLEY BETWEEN LOTS 1-7 & LOTS 42-48 0023108/38-07-476-004; SOUTH SIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST, THE, Fellowship Addn, Lot 2 0042738/37-04-276-001; ST ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, INC, S04, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT 1R OF LOT 1 & PT VACATED WEST SOUTHSTREET 0007315/63-06-235-010; ST PATRICKS OF WALL, Original Town Of Wall, BLOCK 7, Lot 7 0052911/38-18-126-010; ST PAUL'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURC, Robbinsdale #8, BLOCK 2, LOT A; LOT 16 0044510/52-30-302-026; ST ROSE OF LIMA CHURCH % J BIRDSALL, Original Town Of Hill City, BLOCK 1, Lot 29 30R, & VAC ALLEY ADJ TO SAID LOTS
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Western Heights, BLOCK 8, Lot 2 0043650/52-30-306-031; ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH OF HILL CITY, Original Town Of Hill City, BLOCK 2, Lot 46 0043649/52-30-306-032; ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH OF HILL CITY, Original Town Of Hill City, BLOCK 2, Lot 45 0003052/52-30-306-009; ASSEMBLY OF GOD HILL CITY, Original Town Of Hill City, BLOCK 2, Lot 47 - 48 0005529/20-13-326-003; ATONEMENT LUTHERAN CHURCH, Madison's Sub, Lot 5 0055922/20-13-326-005; ATONEMENT LUTHERAN CHURCH, Auburn Hills Sub, OUTLOT A 0055924/20-13-326-011; ATONEMENT LUTHERAN CHURCH, Auburn Hills Sub, OUTLOT C 0061856/20-29-200-007; BENEDICTINE CONVENT OF ST MARTINS, S29, T2N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED, SE1/4NE1/4 LESS ROW 0061857/20-29-300-001; BENEDICTINE CONVENT OF ST MARTINS, S29, T2N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED, N1/2SW1/4 LESS LOTS H1 & H2; SW1/4SW1/4 0043487/20-29-400-001; BENEDICTINE CONVENT OF ST MARTINS, S29, T2N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT A OF W1/2SE1/4 0041771/21-30-354-007; BETHEL ASSEMBLY OF GOD INC, Marshall Heights Tract, LOT 2 OF LOT C-1 SW1/4SW1/4 & 1/2 VAC MARSHALL BLVD ADJOINING SAID LOT 0026393/37-03-456-014; BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH OF RAPID CITY, Mountain View #2, BLOCK 4, Lot 3 0043669/37-03-476-007; BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH, A CORPORATION, Mountain View #2, BLOCK 1, Lot 1 0043673/37-03-476-008; BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH, A CORPORATION, Mountain View #2, BLOCK 1, Lot 2 0043675/37-03-476-009; BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH, A CORPORATION, Mountain View #2, BLOCK 1, Lot 3 0043677/37-03-476-010; BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH, A CORPORATION, Mountain View #2, BLOCK 1, Lot 4 0041772/21-30-354-008; BETHEL TEMPLE OF ASSEMBLY OF GOD, Marshall Heights Tract, LOT 1 OF LOT C-1 SW1/4SW1/4 & 1/2 VAC MARSHALL BLVD ADJOINING SAID LOT 0025560/21-30-354-010; BETHEL TEMPLE OF ASSEMBLY OF GOD, Marshall Heights Tract, LOT C2 & 1/2 VAC MARSHALL BLVD 0050991/20-27-401-004; BETHESDA CHRISTIAN BROADCASTING INC, Fountain Springs, TRACT K REVISED BUSINESS PARK 0020154/37-04-458-004; BETHLEHEM EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURC, Amelia, Lot D 0039878/37-04-461-002; BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CONGREGATION, Rushmore, BLOCK 2, Lot A 0020853/37-02-430-001; BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH OF RC SD INC, Boulevard Addn, BLOCK 38, Lot A 0005410/38-03-355-015; BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Mack Sub, LOT B OF BLOCK 2 OF LOT 6 0052540/36-09-101-005; BIG BEND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, BHEC Sub, Lot 2 0052895/38-18-126-009; BLACK HILLS COMMUNITY CHURCH INC, Robbinsdale #8, BLOCK 2, Lot 8 - 14 0007150/44-04-353-009; BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE METHODIST, Original Town Of Wasta, BLOCK 3, Lot 8 0031578/37-23-101-002; CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, Skyline Sub #2, TRACT 1 0057435/37-21-277-011; CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH, Calvary Lutheran Church Sub, Lot 2 0056400/37-04-351-007; CANYON LAKE CHURCH OF GOD, Hillsview Sub #2, Lot 2 0035295/37-04-401-004; CANYON LAKE UNITED METHODIST, S04, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED BLOCK 1 LOT 1 (AN ACCESS & UTILITY EASEMENT) 0035287/37-04-401-003; CANYON LAKE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, S04, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED, BLOCK 1, OF THE NW1/4SE1/4 LESS LOT 1 0028136/37-16-251-003; CANYON LAKE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Dunham Estates, BLOCK 3, Lot 29 0022041/37-17-227-014; CANYON LAKE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Chapel Valley, BLOCK 1, LOT 14D OF LOT 14 0041319/18-31-383-006; CARITAS CENTER INC, Silver City, BLOCK 6, Lot 17 - 21 0026070/37-01-283-003; CATHEDRAL OF OUR LADY PERPETUAL HELP, Morgans, BLOCK 3, LOTS 8-10& E6' OF 11 0049371/37-01-283-010; CATHEDRAL OF OUR LADY PERPETUAL HELP, Morgans, BLOCK 3, W19' OF LOT 11; ALL LOT 12-15; LOT 15A 0048433/37-12-301-002; CATHEDRAL OF OUR LADY PERPETUAL HELP, S12, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, Platted, BALANCE OF LOT 2 OF NW1/4SW1/4 0000004/52-30-302-025; CATHOLIC CH OF ST ROSE % J BIRDSALL, Allen Park Addn, BLOCK 1, Lot 1 - 3, & E36' OF LOT 4 0043879/70-04-329-007; CATHOLIC CHURCH OF KEYSTONE, THE, Rocky Gulch Addn, BLOCK 3, Lot 1 0043880/70-04-329-008; CATHOLIC CHURCH OF KEYSTONE, THE, Rocky Gulch Addn, BLOCK 3, Lot 2 - 3 0003982/70-04-329-003; CATHOLIC CHURCH OF KEYSTONE, THE, Rocky Gulch Addn, PARCEL 1 OF LOT E 0003978/70-04-329-004; CATHOLIC CHURCH OF KEYSTONE, THE, Rocky Gulch Addn, Lot C 0042520/37-13-179-017; CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF RAPID CITY, Robbinsdale #10, BLOCK 18, Lot 26 0023107/38-07-476-003; CENTRAL DIST CON OF MENNONITE CHURCH, Fellowship Addn, Lot 1 0011006/37-17-251-001; CHAPEL IN THE HILLS, INC, S17, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, N1/2SW1/4NE1/4, N1/2S1/2SW1/4NE1/4 0027256/20-36-259-002; CHAPTER OF CALVARY CATHEDRAL, THE, North Rapid, BLOCK 35, Lot 24 - 25 0027257/20-36-259-001; CHAPTER OF CALVARY CATHEDRAL, THE, North Rapid, BLOCK 35, Lot 26 - 28 0033514/37-10-179-012; CHAPTER OF CALVARY CATHEDRAL, THE, Strathavon #3, BLOCK 5, Lot 12 0045812/20-27-428-018; CHRISTIAN LIFE MINISTRIES/GARMAN, Wesleyan Christian Center, TRACT E
0025605/20-33-303-001; SYNAGOGUE OF THE HILLS, Meadowwood, TRACT D EXC FOR N60' 0043904/36-09-300-005; SYNOD OF S D OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CH, Big Bend Placer MS 1442, LOT A1, B-C (ALSO SEC 8 & 16) 0043902/36-09-300-004; SYNOD OF S D OF UNITED PRESBYTERIAN, Fort Meade Placer MS 244, LOT D (ALSO SEC 8 & 16) 0048257/22-08-300-012; TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH, Temple Sub, THAT PT OF LOT 1 ON PENNINGTON COUNTY 0032196/37-12-230-014; THE FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCH, South Park, BLOCK 1, Lot 33 - 34 0052913/37-01-135-007; TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH OF RAPID CIT, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 96, Lot 25 - 32 0038778/37-01-135-004; TRINITY LUTHERN CHURCH %E W CHRISTOL, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 96, Lot 17 - 24 0037539/37-01-107-006; TRUSTEES OF FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 93, Lot 25 - 32 0005463/24-31-231-001; UNITED CONG CHURCH OF NU % W BULLOCK, Madsen Addn, BLOCK 6, Lot 1 0045526/38-11-352-005; VALLEY COMMUNITY CHURCH, Eastern Acres Sub, BLOCK 1, Lot A, OF LOT 1 & 2 LESS LOT H1 0052912/63-06-236-017; WALL METHODIST CHURCH, Original Town Of Wall, BLOCK 6, Lot 13 - 14 0035263/37-04-276-007; WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, S04, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, , PLATTED LOT B OF 3 LESS LOT A 0045908/26-29-300-003; WICKSVILLE COMMUNITY CHURCH, S29, T2N, R13E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT 1 & 2 OF SW1/4SW1/4 0043571/20-33-355-003; WOODHAVEN CHURCH OF THE CHRISTIAN, Acre Tract, Lot C, OF LOT 14 EXCEPT S20', ALL OF LOT15 0035367/37-14-376-003; ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH OF RAPID CITY, S14, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT D OF SE1/4SW1/4 0035414/37-23-126-001; ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH OF RAPID CITY, S23, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT B OF NE1/4NW1/4 0035412/37-23-126-002; ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH OF RAPID CITY, S23, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT 1 OF LOT A OF NE1/4NW1/4 PER SDCL 10-4-25 0063365/19-23-400-007; MADISON TRUST/MADISON TRUST, Madison Ranch Cemetery, ALL 0055942/37-14-351-004; PINE LAWN MEMORIAL PARK, INC, S14, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT A IN THE SW1/4 0010250/47-31-400-001; QUINN CEMETERY ASSOC %SHARON BARNETT, S31, T1N, R17E, Black Hills Meridian, PT SW1/4SE1/4 0014273/16-22-300-001; ROCHFORD CEMETERY CORP % PEGGY MASON, S22, T2N, R03E, Black Hills Meridian, S1/2SE1/4SW1/4 0014280/16-27-100-001; ROCHFORD CEMETERY CORP % PEGGY MASON, S27, T2N, R03E, Black Hills Meridian, N1/2NE1/4NW1/4 0039123/03-25-300-001; ROSE CEMETERY ASSOC % CLIFFORD BRICK, S25, T6N, R17E, Black Hills Meridian, 1 AC SQUARE IN NE CORNER OF SE1/4SW1/4 &16.5'WIDE STRIP OF LAND ALONG EAST & NORTH LINE OF NE1/4SW1/4 0044471/84-04-400-002; SCENIC CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, S04, T3S, R13E, Black Hills Meridian, CEMETARY IN PART OF SOUTHWEST CORNER OFSW1/4SE1/4 0045668/24-29-351-008; UNDERWOOD CEMETERY ASSOC %M FERNAU, Underwood Cemetery, INCLUDING A 20' WIDE DRIVEWAY LOCATED ADJ TO W & N SIDES OF SAID CEMETERY 0044512/63-05-300-009; WALL CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, S05, T1S, R16E, Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED PT NW1/4SW1/4 LESS WALL CEMETERY SECOND ADDN 0044511/63-05-300-010; WALL CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, Wall Cemetery Second Addn, Lot 1 - 44, OF BLOCK 1; LOT 1-58 OF BLOCK 2; LOT 1-28 OF BLOCK 3; BLOCK 4 0045060/63-05-300-011; WALL CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, Wall Cemetery Third Addn, Lot 1 - 44, LOTS 1-44 BLK A; LOTS 1-44 BLK B; LOTS 1-44 BLK C; LOTS 1-44 BLK D; LOTS 1-58 BLK E; LOTS 1-58 BLK F; LOTS 1-58 BLK G; LOTS 1-58 BLK H; LOTS 1-2 8 BLK J; LOTS 1-28 BLK K; LOTS 1-28 BLK L; LOTS 1-28 BLK M; LOTS 1-40 B PER SDCL 10-4-13 0049009/37-01-254-026; DLORAH INC/PROPERTY RENTALS INC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 108, Lot 1 22, LOT 26-32; E1/2 VAC 3RD ST; W1/2 VAC 2ND ST 0049008/37-01-178-016; DLORAH INC/PROPERTY RENTALS INC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 107, Lot 1 16, LOT 25-28; W1/2 VAC 3RD ST 0055653/24-31-232-012; EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN GOOD SAMARITAN, Madsen Addn, BLOCK 9, Lot 5 0055654/24-31-232-013; EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN GOOD SAMARITAN, Madsen Addn, BLOCK 9, Lot 6 0056977/55-21-476-001; EVENING LIGHT TABERNACLE, Hills Eagle Sub, Lot 1 0060117/20-25-428-009; OGLALA LAKOTA COLLEGE, Marshall Heights, TRACT LOT L-1BR 0036366/20-25-428-002; OGLALA LAKOTA COLLEGE/CHURCH OF ST I, Marshall Heights, TRACT LOT K1-C OF LOT K-1 0055645/55-18-300-002; RAPID CITY CHRISTIAN EDUCATION ASSOC, Hart Ranch Development, TRACT B OF SPRING CREEK ARENA PARCEL (ALSO IN SEC 13 T1S R7E) 0050258/20-27-426-017; SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION, Fountain Springs, TRACT G BUSINESS PARK 0052901/37-12-326-005; ST ELIZABETH SETON CENTRAL CATHOLIC, Perpetual Help Sub, TRACT A, B & C 0023058/21-31-405-001; WEST RIVER FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATIONA, Feigels Addn, BLOCK 2, ALL OF BLOCK 2 0019369/36-09-151-003; WHEATON Continued on page 9
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Proceedings of Pennington County Commissioners (cont. from previous page) COLLEGE, S09, T1N, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT 2 OF LOT B OF SW1/4NW1/4; LOT 3 OF LOT A OF NW1/4NW1/4; LOT E & LOT F OF S1/2NW1/4; LOT D OF SW1/4NW1/4; LOT C & LOT 1 OF LOT C OF N1/2 0005231/36-09-102-001; WHEATON COLLEGE, TRUSTEES, Fort Meade Placer MS 244, BAL LOT A PER 10-4-9.3 0035246/37-03-276-902; CLARKSON MT VIEW HEALTH CARE FACILIT, S03, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED BLL ON LOT 2 OF SE1/4NE1/4 0052980/37-14-226-003; EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN GOOD SAMARITAN, Trimble Sub, LOT 1 REVISED REVISED 0005480/24-31-234-001; EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN GOOD SAMARITAN, Madsen Addn, BLOCK 8, Lot 1 - 6 0003837/70-09-101-001; KEYSTONE SENIOR CITIZENS, INC, Reed Placer, MS 903, LOT 1 OF LOT E 0053979/37-13-327-015; PRESBYTERIAN RETIREMENT VILLAGE, Minnesota Ridge Sub, TRACT B 0029589/37-13-251-001; PRESBYTERIAN RETIREMENT VILLAGE, Robbinsdale #7, BLOCK 24A, ALL 0052368/37-13-327-012; PRESBYTERIAN RETIREMENT VILLAGE, Robbinsdale #10, BLOCK 17, Lot 1R 0053976/37-13-327-014; PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGE DBA WESTHILLS, Robbinsdale #10, BLOCK 28, Lot 16 0061494/37-13-403-017; PRESBYTERIAN VILLAGE DBA WESTHILLS, Terracita Park Sub, BLOCK 1, Lot 3 - 6 0037137/37-12-253-014; RAPID CITY REG HOSP, INC % M MASTEN, South Park, BLOCK 19, Lot 1 - 15 0048580/21-31-179-010; RAPID CITY REG HOSP, INC % M MASTEN, Wise's Addn, BLOCK 10, Lot B, (ALSO IN BLK. 11) 0038190/37-03-276-901; RAPID CITY REG HOSP, INC % M MASTEN, S03, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED BLL ON LOT 1 OF SE1/4NE1/4 0020633/37-02-257-010; RAPID CITY REG HOSP, INC % M MASTEN, Boulevard Addn, BLOCK 21, Lot 1 - 16 0062837/37-12-376-005; RAPID CITY REG HOSP, INC % M MATSEN,, Regional Hospital, TRACT I 0042421/38-07-356-001; REGIONAL HEALTH NETWORK INC, Fairelm Sub, Lot B 0040944/37-13-127-008; REGIONAL HEALTH NETWORK INC, Fox Run Sub, BLOCK 1, Lot 1 PER SDCL 10-4-39 0060858/38-06-301-901; RAPID CITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOUN, S06, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, BLL ON NE1/4SW1/4 PER SDCL 10-4-9.2 0043236/20-33-152-010; NAJA TEMPLE A.A.O.N.M.S., Meadowwood, Lot 8, OF TRACT "B" OF SW1/4NW1/4; LOT 2OF TRACT E OF SE1/4NW1/4 0053311/37-01-108-016; RAPID CITY MASONIC BUILDING ASSOC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 94, Lot 22 26 0019305/52-30-351-014; TIN CITY LODGE #112 A F & A M, Allen Placer, MS 748, LOT 2 REVISED (ALSO IN SECTION 25 1S-4E) PER 10-4-9.1 0043631/20-34-478-001; ALANO SOCIETY OF RAPID CITY, INC, S34, T2N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT 11-12 LESS LOT H OF LOT 11 & LESS LOT H-1 OF SE1/4SE1/4 0043630/20-34-478-002; ALANO SOCIETY, INC, S34, T2N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT 7 LESS LOT H1 OF SE1/4SE1/4 0038621/38-18-251-002; B H W RESIDENTIAL SERVICES, INC, Robbinsdale #8, BLOCK 11, Lot 15 0038629/38-18-204-010; B H W RESIDENTIAL SERVICES, INC, Robbinsdale #9, BLOCK 1, Lot 12 0034834/20-36-429-001; BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 9, N132' OF LOT 5-16 & N132' OF E1/2 VACATED ST ABUTTING LOT 16 0036684/37-12-376-002; BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC, Regional Hospital, TRACT F (ORDINANCE #1785) 0039545/38-18-158-007; BHW RESIDENTIAL SERVICES II, INC, Robbinsdale #10, BLOCK 7, Lot 19 0039743/38-18-177-014; BHW RESIDENTIAL SERVICES II, INC, Robbinsdale #10, BLOCK 8, Lot 9 0044529/37-13-401-006; BHW RESIDENTIAL SERVICES III, INC, Robbinsdale #10, BLOCK 6, Lot 17 0044540/37-13-429-001; BHW RESIDENTIAL SERVICES III, INC, Robbinsdale #10, BLOCK 26, Lot 1 0037644/37-01-177-002; BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF THE BH, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 106, Lot 12 13 0015935/67-02-300-001; BLACK HILLS AREA COUNCIL, INC, B S A, S02, T2S, R03E, Black Hills Meridian, S1/2SW1/4, SW1/4SE1/4 0030998/21-31-302-001; BLACK HILLS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANIT, Schnasse, BLOCK 6, TRACT B OF LOT 1-4 0041173/20-36-279-006; BLACK HILLS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INC, North Rapid, BLOCK 26, Lot 22 0042747/20-36-426-901; BLACK HILLS BOY SCOUTS & GIRLS SCOUT, RU Lots, BLL ON LOT RU 36 0045953/67-02-300-002; BLACK HILLS COUNCIL, INC, BOY SCOUTS, S02, T2S, R03E, Black Hills Meridian, NW1/4SW1/4 0046343/20-27-426-009; BLACK HILLS SPECIAL SERVICES FOUNDAT, Fountain Springs, TRACT D - BUSINESS PARK 0045483/37-04-251-005; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, Ranger Station Sub, LOT 3 LESS ROW 0038687/37-04-252-001; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, Workshop Addn, LOT A & B 0047360/37-12-278-003; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, South Park, BLOCK 24, Lot 6 - 17, VAC ALLEY ADJ TO SAID LOTS & E1/2 VAC MICHIGAN AVE ADJ TO LOTS 11 & 12 0039955/37-01-256-007; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 119, Lot 13 - 16, & E1/2 VACATED 2ND ST 0035934/21-31-454-001; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, Feigels West, Lot A 0025136/20-25-455-006; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR,
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BLOCK 1, Lot 1REV 0062203/21-30-101-010; RUSHMORE CONSUMER CREDIT RESOURCE CE, LJS Sub, Lot 3 0011637/38-20-400-001; RUSHMORE HOCKEY % JODI ANDERSON, S20, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT A OF NW1/4SE1/4 0057900/38-07-126-002; SALVATION ARMY (THE), Horizon Sub, Lot 1 0028009/38-07-404-015; SALVATION ARMY, THE, Park Hill, BLOCK 4, Lot 16 0035913/21-31-412-006; SALVATION ARMY, THE, Feigels Addn, BLOCK 12, Lot 19 - 28 0043634/36-08-476-002; SALVATION ARMY, THE, Big Bend Placer MS 1442, LOT B OF LOT 1 OF LOT C OF LOT 8 OF LOT E; LOT 2 OF LOT C OF LOT 8 OF LOT E; BAL OF LOT C OF LOT 8 OF LOT E 0043633/36-08-478-001; SALVATION ARMY, THE, Big Bend Placer MS 1442, LOT 2 OF LOT A OF LOT 8 OF LOT E 0058587/37-03-100-005; SENIOR CITIZENS INCORPORATED, Canyon Lake Senior Citizens Center, TRACT 1 OF CANYON LAKE SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER 016109/70-02-100-001; SOUTH DAKOTA CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY, S02, T2S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, LOT 4, SW1/4NW1/4 0048887/38-05-302-004; ST ELIZABETH SETON CENTRAL CATHOLIC, Bradsky #2, TRACT 4 0039745/63-06-253-003; WALL RODEO BOOSTER CLUB, S06, T1S, R16E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT 1 OF BLOCK G 0047526/20-25-379-011; WALL STREET MISSION, Northern Heights, BLOCK 1, Lot 3, OF TRACT A 0031705/37-12-127-001; WELCOME HOME SOCIETY, INC, South Boulevard, BLOCK 9, Lot 19 - 20 0048539/38-06-427-004; WELLSPRING INC, Bradsky, BLOCK 11, Lot 3 -5 0022616/37-09-227-002; WELLSPRING INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, Lot 21 - 23 0043881/37-09-227-006; WELLSPRING INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, Lot 2 - 6, (ALSO IN SEC 4) 0043882/37-09-227-007; WELLSPRING INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, Lot 7 - 8, S1/2 OF LOT 9 (ALSO IN SEC 4) 0043883/37-09-227-008; WELLSPRING INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, N1/2 LOT 9; LOT 10-15 (ALSO IN SEC 4) 0043884/37-09-227-009; WELLSPRING INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, Lot 18 - 20, (ALSO SEC 4) 0043885/37-09-227-010; WELLSPRING INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, Lot 24 - 26, (ALSO IN SEC 4) 0043886/37-09-227-011; WELLSPRING INC, Cottonwoods, The, BLOCK 9, Lot 27 - 34, (ALSO IN SEC 4) 0036297/38-08-127-005; WESTERN SD COMMUNITY ACTION, INC, Lombardy Industrial Park, BLOCK 1, Lot 4B 0054208/37-01-153-022; WORKING AGAINST VIOLENCE INC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 115, Lot 12 - 16 0052900/37-02-203-019; YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOC OF RC, Boulevard Addn, BLOCK 4, Lot 15 - 18 0052928/37-02-203-020; YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOC OF RC, Boulevard Addn, BLOCK 4, Lot 13 - 14, LOT 19-20 0038465/37-02-234-004; YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOC OF RC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 102, Lot A, OF LOT 17-19 0038466/37-02-234-007; YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOC OF RC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 102, Lot B, OF LOT 17-19 0056418/37-02-234-015; YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOC OF RC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 102, Lot 1 - 16, (ALSO IN SEC 1) 0047623/20-27-428-019; YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES INC, Wesleyan Christian Center, TRACT H PARTIAL EXEMPT PROPERTIES PER SDCL 10-4-9 0046297/20-25-226-005; CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY, Marshall Heights, TRACT LOT A REV OF LOT M3R 0045150/21-31-476-008; INTERNATIONAL CHURCH OF THE FOURSQUA, Buckingham Addn, Lot 3 0052070/38-08-201-003; OPEN BIBLE CHRISTIAN CENTER, Thompson Tract, TRACT 1-3 0044255/53-10-400-001; SD ANNUAL CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S10, T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, 0002049EDITH #1 LODE, MS ALL 0044256/53-10-400-002; SD ANNUAL CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S10, T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, 0002049EDITH #2 LODE, MS ALL 0044259/53-10-400-003; SD ANNUAL CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S10, T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, 0002049MONTANA LODE, MS ALL (ALSO IN SEC 15) 0044263/53-14-100-002; SD ANNUAL CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S14, T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, 0002049UTAH LODE, MS ALL 0044262/53-14-100-003; SD ANNUAL CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S14, T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, 0002049RED CROSS LODE, MS ALL 0044261/53-14-100-004; SD ANNUAL CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S14, T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, 0002049NEVADA LODE, MS ALL 0044254/53-14-100-005; SD ANNUAL CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S14, T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, 0002049DAN PATCH LODE, MS ALL 0044257/53-14-100-006; SD ANNUAL CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S14, T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, 0002049GOLD DUST LODE, MS ALL (ALSO IN SEC 15) 0044252/53-15-200-001; SD ANNUAL CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S15, T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, 0002049ALASKA LODE, MS ALL (ALSO IN SEC 10) 0044251/53-15-200-002; SD ANNUAL CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S15, T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, 0002049OREGON LODE, MS ALL 0044258/53-15-200-003; SD ANNUAL CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S15, T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, 0002049IDAHO LODE, MS ALL (ALSO IN SEC 14) 0044253/53-15-200-004; SD ANNUAL CONF OF UNITED METHODIST, S15, T1S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, 0002049ARIZONA LODE, MS ALL (ALSO IN SEC 14) PER SDCL 10-4-13
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0049010/37-01-254-027; DLORAH INC/PROPERTY RENTALS INC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 109, Lot 7 16, E1/2 VAC 2ND ST 0034893/37-01-252-008; DLORAH INC/PROPERTY RENTALS INC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 99, Lot 17 18, & W24.5' OF LOT 19; S1/2 VACATED ALLEY ADJ TO SAID LOT 17-19 PER SDCL 10-4-9.3 0059401/37-26-302-008; CHILDRENS CARE HOSPITAL AND SCHOOL, Old Rodeo Sub, Lot 4R 0062836/37-12-328-005; RAPID CITY REGIONAL HOSPITAL INC, Regional Hospital, TRACT H PER SDCL 10-4-9.2 0052191/38-06-379-016; AMERICAN LEGION HOME ASSOC-POST 22, S06, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED BLOCK 2 LOT 4-5 OF E1/2SE1/4SW1/4; LOT 11-13 0062722/38-05-102-015; FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES, Cambell Square, Lot 10R 0037340/37-01-129-006; RUSHMORE POST 1273 VFW, INC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 76, Lot 24 - 27 PER SDCL 10-4-9.1 0036322/20-25-454-014; BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC, Mac Arthur, BLOCK 2, Lot D 0036321/20-25-454-015; BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC, Mac Arthur, BLOCK 2, Lot B 0037201/20-36-429-002; BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 9, Lot 1 - 4, & 1/2 VAC ALLEY 0034835/20-36-429-004; BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 9, Lot 29 32, & 1/2 VACATED ALLEY 0054073/38-07-226-014; BLACK HILLS ARTS RESOURCE CENTER INC, Nicholl's Sub, W150' OF LOT 2 0045461/38-04-402-008; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP FOUNDATION INC, Rushmore Regional Ind Park, BLOCK 2, Lot 9 0036377/38-07-129-004; R C LODGE 1137 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, S07, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED E100' OF LOT 7-UP 0051735/38-16-201-003; RAPID CITY B P O E, Elks Country Estates, TRACT 5R 0045743/38-16-400-005; RAPID CITY B P O E, S16, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED TRACT 4 OF THE E1/2 0053373/38-16-404-005; RAPID CITY B P O E, S16, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED TRACT 3R OF THE E1/2 0037824/38-05-401-002; RETIRED ENLISTED ASSOC INC, BH CH 29, S05, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED TRACT A OF SW1/4NE1/4 & NW1/4SE1/4 0038473/19-31-452-010; RIMROCK COMMUNITY CLUB INC, Subd Of Section 31, 2N-6E, TRACT V LESS E140.3' 0040140/24-30-451-003; ROPING CLUB, North Underwood Addn, ARENA TRACT 0037552/37-01-108-012; UNITED WAY OF THE BLACK HILLS, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 94, Lot 27 28, & N90' OF LOT 29-32 0039126/22-31-327-001; YELLOW BIKE PROGRAM, S31, T2N, R09E, Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED N570' OF E712' OF LOT A (UNPLATTED PARTOF MORNING VIEW SUBD IN LOT A OF NE1/4SW1/4) PER SDCL 5-14-23 0045868/38-08-176-008; RAPID CITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOUN, SOUTH CREEK INDUSTRIAL PARK #2 TRACT "A" PROPERTY TAX CREDIT ON RENEWABLE RESOURCE ENERGY MOVED by Davis and seconded by Holloway to approve the 2012 Tax Credit for Renewable Resource Energy Systems on the following properties. Vote: Unanimous. 58722/72-03-202-003; Baker, David & Julie; Property Tax Credit Approved: 7,100 55552/37-22-329-007; Baker, Randy & Debra; Property Tax Credit Approved: 4,600 51878/37-01-151-017; Black Hills Community Bank; Property Tax Credit Approved: 502,900 60729/51-24-176-002; Daiss, Joshua & Britt; Property Tax Credit Approved: 15,500 60283/19-22-477-007; Goble, Jeffrey & Kimberly; Property Tax Credit Approved: 50,000 61055/37-24-103-010; Kirsch, Craig; Property Tax Credit Approved: 35,000 62161/57-11-300-005; Larsen, Carl & Barbara; Property Tax Credit Approved: 15,400 47395/37-16-376-007; Lust, David & Rebecca; Property Tax Credit Approved: 40,000 54755/37-29-177-002; Miller, Kenneth & Kathleen; Property Tax Credit Approved: 30,400 39193/54-32-226-002; Nicholson Revocable Trust; Property Tax Credit Approved: 19,300 21464/37-16-128-012; Pivonka, Ty & Terra; Property Tax Credit Approved: 43,900 62970/52-34-300-021; Quinn, Robert & Judi; Property Tax Credit Approved: 9,500 51476/19-15-226-006; Schleusener, Lauri; Property Tax Credit Approved: 19,400 48878/36-10-152-016; Schulz, Byron & Barbara; Property Tax Credit Approved: 4,200 48506/50-01-351-001; Steele, Gloria; Property Tax Credit Approved: 58,700 10636/35-29-300-001; Weisenberg, Angela; Property Tax Credit Approved: 10,500 45940/35-29-100-002; Weisenberg, Angela; Property Tax Credit Approved: 14,700 STIPULATION LIST AND NO CHANGE LIST MOVED by Holloway and seconded by Buskerud to approve the Stipulation List and No Change List as recommended by the Department of Equalization. Vote: Unanimous. STIPULATION LIST 0062059, 20-35-401-006, 211 FP LLC; Land: 289,700; NA Structure: 911,200; Total: 1,200,900. 8011531, Allard, David D & Andrea P; Mobile Home: 3,800; Total: 3,800. 8011532, Allard, David D & Andrea P; Mobile Home: 3,400; Total: 3,400. 0058729, 72-03-251-002, Allmer, Derek M; Land: 60,000; Total: 60,000. 0007810, 38-10-205-011, Archuleta/Biggins, Vincent S & Robin R; Land: 42,000; NA Structure: 139,300; Total: 181,300. 0044027, 37-15-101-002, Arrowhead Country Club Inc; Land: 472,900; NA Structure: 4,238,100; Total: 4,711,000. 0055885, 19-21-100-013, Babiarz/Hodson, John P & Debra L; Land: 100,000; NA Structure: 69,000; Total: 169,000. 8001378, Barber/Barber, Debra S & Todd; Mobile Home: 13,300; Total: 13,300. 8010811, Barrett, Thomas L & Marie J; Mobile Home: 61,400; Total: 61,400. 8006476, Barrett, Thomas L & Marie J; Mobile Home: 63,800; Total: 63,800. 8006475, Barrett, Thomas L & Marie J; Mobile Home: 67,300; Total: 67,300. 0006333, 37-33-201-003, Baumiller, Robert D & Kathleen E; Land: 75,000; NA Structure: 174,600; Total: 249,600. 0058797, 20-27-429-003, Beck Construction Inc; Land: 32,000; Total: 32,000. 0058798, 20-27-429-004, Beck Construction Inc; Land: 32,000; Total: 32,000. 8010421, Berger, Homer D & Kathleen H; Mobile Home: 12,500; Total: 12,500. 8000679, Berger, Homer D & Kathleen H; Mobile Home: 76,200; Total: 76,200. 0018556, 20-31-376-001, Bighorn Canyon Ministries Inc; Land: 55,000; NA Structure: 356,300; Total: 411,300. 8001332, Black Hills Resorts Inc; Mobile Home: 9,200; Total: 9,200. 8007879, Black Hills Resorts Inc; Mobile Home: 45,700; Total: 45,700. 0007743, 37-32-228-015, Buchli, Myron L & Darlayne; Land: 50,000; NA Structure: 246,400; Total: 296,400. 0058734, 72-03-126-006, Carey, Brian R & Christine J; Land: 48,000; NA Structure: 197,500; Total: 245,500. 0046611, 38-08-226-006, Carroll, Edward; Land: 273,600; NA Structure: 56,600; Total: 330,200. 0003300, 38-10-257-006, Carroll, Neal W; Land: 30,000; NA Structure: 54,500; Total: 84,500. 0063101, 21-36-226-004, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063102, 21-36-226-005, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063103, 21-36-226-006, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063104, 21-36-226-007, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063105, 21-36-226-008, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063106, 21-36-226-009, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063107, 21-36-226-010, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063108, 21-36-226-011, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063109, 21-36-226-012, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063110, 21-36-226-013, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063111, 21-36-226-014, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063112, 21-36-226-015, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063113, 21-36-226-016, CheyennePass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063114, 21-36-226-017, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0063115, 21-36-226-018, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 7,200; Total: 7,200. 0064109, 21-36-229-006, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 5,400; Total: 5,400. 0064112, 21-36-229-009, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 5,400; Total: 5,400. 0064115, 21-36-229-012, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 5,400; Total: 5,400. 0064117, 21-36-277-001, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 5,400; Total: 5,400. 0064119, 21-36-277-003, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 5,400; Total: 5,400. 0064120, 21-36-277-004, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 5,400; Total: 5,400. 0064121, 21-36-277-005, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc; Land: 5,400; Total: 5,400. 0005349, 53-18-300-004, Cissell/Spencer, William & Alicia; Land: 180,000; Total: 180,000. 0000833, 37-08-326-001, Conner, Kerry M; Land: 10,000; Total: 10,000. 0003016, 52-30-302-018, Cornelison, Michael J; Land: 44,000; NA Structure: 19,800; Total: 63,800. 0046017, 38-10-376-003, Dalcam Oil Co Inc; Land: 188,100; NA Structure: 406,200; Total: 594,300. 0056658, 52-22-177-007, DDNJ LLC; Land: 45,000; NA Structure: 181,100; Total: 226,100. 0001961, 35-20-202-002, Deis Joint Revocable Trust, Robert & Karen K; Land: 16,000; NA Structure: 97,600; Total: 113,600. 0011545, 38-14-201-001, Denholm, James & Jessica; Land: 57,000; NA Structure: 412,900; Total: 469,900. 0005026, 70-15-200-004, Dietrich, Dallas W & Mary L; Land: 500; NA Structure: 69,000; AG Structure: 6,300; Total: 75,800. 0025385, 20-32-427-015, Dietrich, Dallas W & Mary L; Land: 39,900; NA Structure: 97,300; Total: 137,200. 0046409, 21-31-454-004, Dongary Investments, Ltd; Land: 286,600; NA Structure: 356,800; Total: 643,400. 0007809, 38-10-205-009, Dressen, Christoph & Don NA; Land: 42,000; Mobile Home: 48,500; Total: 90,500. Remove Owner Occupied 0007842, 38-10-254-006, Dressen, Christoph J & DonNA L; Land: 152,500; NA Structure: 158,600; Mobile Home: 139,400; Total: 450,500. Add Partial Owner Occupied 0016073, 69-02-252-001, Dusing, Thomas R & Lucinda L; Land: 70,000; NA Structure: 111,000; Total: 181,000. 0058015, 21-27-400-008, Elk Vale Business Park Llc; Land: 8,900; Total: 8,900. Non AG To AG 0058017, 21-34-200-005, Elk Vale Business Park Llc; Land: 8,100; Total:
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Mahoney Addn, BLOCK 21, ALL LESS W81/2' & S81/2' 0046528/38-04-452-007; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, Rushmore Regional Ind Park, BLOCK 2, Lot 4RC1 0046734/38-04-452-010; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP & TRAINING CTR, Rushmore Regional Ind Park, BLOCK 2, Lot 3R 0029509/37-13-276-015; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP FOUNDATION INC, Robbinsdale #7, BLOCK 19, Lot 21 0038194/37-01-283-008; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP FOUNDATION INC, S01, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, Unplatted Unplatted Portion Of SE1/4NE1/4 (Formerly Known As Morgans Addition Blk 3,Lot 16-26, 16a) 0045482/37-04-251-003; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP FOUNDATION INC, Ranger Station Sub, LOT 2 LESS ROW 0045481/37-04-251-004; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP FOUNDATION INC, Ranger Station Sub, LOT 1 LESS ROW 0048737/20-36-159-009; BLACK HILLS WORKSHOP FOUNDATION INC, North Rapid, BLOCK 18, Lot 22R 0038064/20-34-478-003; BLOOD SYSTEMS, INC, S34, T2N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT 2 OF SE1/4SE1/4 LYING SO OF DEADWOODAVENUE 0015287/22-15-300-003; CANKU LUTA OMONI INC, S15, T2N, R09E, Black Hills Meridian, N1/2SW1/4SW1/4; NW1/4SE1/4SW1/4 0000628/56-01-278-006; CAPUTA COMMUNITY CENTER % DUSTMAN, Caputa, BLOCK 2, Lot 1 - 3 0014873/20-27-301-004; CHIESMAN FOUNDATION FOR DEMOCRACY, S27, T2N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT 4 OF LOT B OF NW1/4SW1/4 0049482/70-03-200-001; CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF SOUTH DAK, S03, T2S, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, GL 6 0062850/38-03-304-020; CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF SOUTH DAK, Neff's Sub #4, TRACT BR 0044989/20-25-426-004; COMMUNICATION SERVICE FOR THE DEAF, Marshall Heights, TRACT LOT K1-FR 0035086/37-01-179-011; CORNER STONE RESCUE MISSION, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 116, E1/2 OF LOT 27 & ALL OF LOT 28-29 0042969/37-01-228-005; CORNER STONE RESCUE MISSION, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 80, LOT 1114; LOT 17-23 & E10' OF VACATED ROW ABUTTING LOT 17 & VAC ALLEY LOCATED BETWEEN LOTS 11-14 & LOTS 19-23 0046588/20-35-454-009; CORNER STONE RESCUE MISSION, Riverside, BLOCK 6, Lot A, REVISED 0039697/37-01-426-001; CORNERSTONE APARTMENTS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, Signal Heights, TRACT 6 0043900/12-17-200-002; CREIGHTON COMMUNITY CLUB %EISENBRAUN, S17, T3N, R16E, Black Hills Meridian, 2 ACRE PARCEL LOCATED IN THE E1/2NE1/4SE1/4NE1/4 0018766/46-31-377-009; CRESCENT LODGE #210 % DALE PATTERSON, Hustead's-Jensen Addn, BLOCK 1, Lot 1 -2 0036912/21-31-301-001; DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS, INC, Schnasse, BLOCK 5, Lot 10 0014534/19-23-400-001; DOTY VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT INC, S23, T2N, R06E, Black Hills Meridian, TRACT OF LAND IN SW1/4SE1/4 0040006/21-31-151-009; FEED SOUTH DAKOTA, Wise's Addn, BLOCK 6, Lot 1R 0054884/21-31-151-016; FEED SOUTH DAKOTA, Wise's Addn, BLOCK 21, Lot 2R 0063049/20-26-451-002; HANSONLARSEN MEMORIAL PARK FOUNDATION INC % US BANK TRUST, S26, T2N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED, S165' OF SE1/4SW1/4; SW1/4SE1/4 LESS N100' 0060828/20-35-100-007; HANSONLARSEN MEMORIAL PARK FOUNDATION INC % US BANK TRUST, S35, T2N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED, NW1/4 LESS N400' OF W400'; NW1/4NE1/4; E1/2NE1/4SW1/4 LESS LOT A; E1/2W1/2 NE1/4SW1/4 0035454/38-05-376-012; HUMANE SOCIETY OF BLACK HILLS, S05, T1N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED LOT 1 OF SE1/4SW1/4 & SW1/4SE1/4 0047597/20-25-107-019; LAKOTA COMMUNITY HOMES INC, Lakota Sub #1, BLOCK 3, TRACT A 0026460/37-10-451-001; LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES OF SD, Mountain View #3, BLOCK 10, ALL 0037205/20-36-430-004; LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES OF SD, Original Town Of Rapid City, BLOCK 19, Lot 19 26 0015235/21-32-226-001; NATIONAL RELIEF CHARITIES, S32, T2N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED TRACT F IN N1/2NE1/4 LESS LOT H1 & LESS LOT H6 0057017/21-32-202-005; NATIONAL RELIEF CHARITIES, Carefree Sub, Lot 1, LESS LOT H1; LOT 2 LESS LOT H1 0015217/21-29-477-001; NATIONAL RELIEF CHARITIES, S29, T2N, R08E, Black Hills Meridian, PLATTED, LOT 2 OF SE1/4SE1/4 LESS LOT H2 & LESS LOT H12 0036106/38-18-228-003; NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE ASSOCIATION, Hiway #79 Industrial Park, Lot 26 0048555/51-09-151-002; RAPID CITY CLUB FOR BOYS, INC, Four Arrow Pines Sub, Lot 3R 0034902/20-36-408-001; RAPID CITY CLUB FOR BOYS, INC, RU Lots, Lot RU10, & VACATED S50' OF PHILADELPHIASTREET 0061071/38-18-276-006; RAPID CITY COLUMBIAN CLUB INC, Hamilton Sub, Lot A 0051686/37-22-400-012; RAPID CITY POLICE OFFICERS ASSOC, S22, T1N, R07E, Black Hills Meridian, UNPLATTED NE1/4SW1/4SE1/4 & GOLDEN EAGLE DR (A PRIVATE DR) LOCATED IN THE NE1/4SW1/4SE1/4LESS LOTS H3 & H4 0026564/20-25-306-001; RAPID CITY SUPPORTIVE HOUSING INC, Northern Heights, TRACT H OF TRACT F 0044902/16-23-201-013; ROCHFORD COMMUNITY % ANNA BURLESON, Dakota Lode MS 2109, BLOCK 2, Lot 4 0044904/16-23-201-014; ROCHFORD COMMUNITY CLUB % ANNA BURLESON, Dakota Lode MS 2109, BLOCK 3, PT OF LOT 1 (26'X60' IN NE CORNER) 0046222/53-13-326-004; ROCKERVILLE COMM CLUB % LILY LUND, Rockerville Community Club Add,
8,100. Non AG To AG 0062974, 21-34-127-001, Elk Vale Business Park Llc; Land: 7,600; Total: 7,600. Non AG To AG 0063778, 21-27-400-009, Elk Vale Business Park Llc; Land: 16,700; Total: 16,700. Non AG To AG 0019223, 37-32-251-005, Erickson, Sheena M; Land: 60,000; NA Structure: 87,100; Total: 147,100. 0052597, 37-18-301-004, Farmer, Lori; Land: 90,000; NA Structure: 498,800; Total: 586,800. 8006841, Feickert, Quinten E & Eileen; Mobile Home: 17,300; Total: 17,300. 8006843, Feickert, Quinten E & Eileen; Mobile Home: 8,900; Total: 8,900. 0045573, 38-20-300-008, Fitzer, Toby; Land: 98,700; NA Structure: 43,700; Total: 142,400. 8001704, Fitzgerald, Bonnie D & James; Mobile Home: 12,300; Total: 12,300. 8011537, Fitzgerald, Bonnie D & James; Mobile Home: 26,000; Total: 26,000. 0031138, 20-35-229-001, Fourell Llc; Land: 43,500; NA Structure: 394,000; Total: 437,500. 0061892, 22-27-200-003, Gikling, William C & Sharon K; Land: 93,700; AG Structure: 86,200; Mobile Home: 62,200; Total: 242,100. 0012836, 52-15-200-001, Gordon Limited Partnership; Land: 424,000; Total: 424,000. 0048778, 52-14-301-002, Gordon Limited Partnership; Land: 407,800; NA Structure: 143,600; Total: 551,400. 0055294, 67-24-200-013, Graff, Michael T & Shelly A; Land: 50,000; Total: 50,000. 8000151, Greentree Servicing; Mobile Home: 0; Total: 0. 0028908, 38-07-104-012, Guderjahn, Dan; Land: 32,000; NA Structure: 53,900; Total: 85,900. 0029935, 37-12-279-023, Guderjahn, Daniel C; Land: 32,000; NA Structure: 63,000; Total: 95,000. 0033649, 37-01-456-026, Guderjahn, Daniel C; Land: 32,000; NA Structure: 19,000; Total: 51,000. 0057806, 20-13-304-007, Guderjahn, Daniel C; Land: 11,000; NA Structure: 59,000; Total: 70,000. 0055977, 38-12-427-003, Guderjahn, Daniel C & Kelly M; Land: 34,000; Mobile Home: 26,000; Total: 60,000. 8010773, Gurnin, Dorinda; Mobile Home: 26,900; Total: 26,900. 0048699, 37-28-200-010, Hamm, Leo D; Land: 3,100; NA Structure: 101,800; Total: 104,900. 0013088, 54-03-400-008, Hartshorn, Lyle & DonNA; Land: 6,700; NA Structure: 120,000; AG Structure: 3,700; Total: 130,400. Non AG To AG 0003793, 21-28-476-003, Heinsel Investments; Land: 627,300; NA Structure: 4,899,400; Total: 5,526,700. 0052211, 38-04-200-014, Iret Properties; Land: 522,700; NA Structure: 5,409,400; Total: 5,932,100. 8001133, Iseman Homes Inc; Mobile Home: 0 Total: 0. 0056656, 52-22-177-005, Jensen, David R & Nancy M; Land: 45,000; Total: 45,000. 0056657, 52-22-177-006, Jensen, Douglas L & Julie A; Land: 45,000; Total: 45,000. 0003038, 52-30-306-030, Johnson, Owen C; Land: 124,100; NA Structure: 163,300; Total: 287,400. 0050273, 37-14-151-011, Keats, Ronald D; Land: 120,000; Total: 120,000. 0051320, 68-01-127-010, Keelin, Gary; Land: 40,000; NA Structure: 15,800; Total: 55,800. 0056503, 20-25-152-006, Kohl's Department Stores Inc; Land: 1,608,200; NA Structure: 4,321,200; Total: 5,929,400. 0044158, 16-23-151-003, Krohmer, Fred & Jan; Land: 65,400; Total: 65,400. 0059115, 16-23-151-005, Krohmer, Fred & Jan; Land: 33,900; Total: 33,900. 0051244, 16-23-176-004, Krohmer, Fred & Jan; Land: 40,700; Total: 40,700. 0046254, 54-07-252-005, Krynski, Michael E & Mary J; Land: 70,000; NA Structure: 346,600; Total: 416,600. 0043430, 16-32-400-001, Lakner, Glen E & Carol J; Land: 800; Mobile Home: -; Total: 800. Non AG To AG 0038823, 19-35-426-001, Lamb, Donald P & Leann M; Land: 55,000; NA Structure: 270,800; Total: 325,800. 0012192, 60-28-400-004, Lebrun, William E & Dorothy J; Land: 49,400; AG Structure: 199,300; Total: 248,700. 8004925, Leui, Melvin & Mary; Mobile Home: 13,700; Total: 13,700. 8010583, Leui, Melvin & Mary; Mobile Home: 8,300; Total: 8,300. 0058764, 38-10-376-011, Lich Enterprises Inc; Land: 115,000; Total: 115,000. 0056652, 52-22-177-001, Lich, Darrell L; Land: 42,500; NA Structure: 257,000; Total: 299,500. 0001287, 54-05-352-001, Lien, Steven J & Kelli J; Land: 21,000; Total: 21,000. 8000898, Lindblom, David & Starla; Mobile Home: 55,800; Total: 55,800. 8009640, Lindblom, David & Starla; Mobile Home: 14,500; Total: 14,500. 8011566, Littlefield, Terry & Sandra; Mobile Home: 56,800; Total: 56,800. 8007006, Luthy, Karen R; Mobile Home: 7,300; Total: 7,300. 8011457, Luthy, Karen R; Mobile Home: 46,700; Total: 46,700. 0025735, 20-36-227-014, M W Holdings Llc; Land: 26,000; NA Structure: 58,700; Total: 84,700. 0064072, 40-18-300-001, Malik, Bimende; Land: 44,900; Total: 44,900. 0059732, 36-35-352-001, Mannon Jr, Joey R; Land: 60,000; NA Structure: 380,500; Total: 440,500. 8000840, Meza, Galene F; Mobile Home: 17,100; Total: 17,100. 8001780, Meza, Galene F; Mobile Home: 9,700; Total: 9,700. 0005860, 36-09-201-007, Miller, Dennis R & Vixie C; Land: 50,000; NA Structure: 261,500; Total: 311,500. 0048171, 37-32-103-004, Moore, James M & HansoNA; Land: 46,000; NA Structure: 156,600; Total: 202,600. 0008645, 19-26-426-007, Morford, Greg & Katina; Land: 50,000; NA Structure: 260,000; Total: 310,000. 0020327, 21-31-353-014, Murphy, John R & Denice I; Land: 33,500; NA Continued on page 10
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Proceedings of Pennington County Commissioners (cont. from previous page) Structure: 96,300; Total: 129,800. 0011188, 37-31-126-001, Nagel, Dennis D; Land: 60,000; NA Structure: 58,900; Total: 118,900. 0011189, 37-31-126-002, NAGel, Dennis D; Land: 70,000; NA Structure: 2,800; Total: 72,800. Abst Chg 0002748, 38-20-300-003, Napoli, William M & Peggy L; Land: 100,700; NA Structure: 126,400; Mobile Home: 15,100; Total: 242,200. 0020436, 37-02-203-007, Nepstad/Clark; Land: 15,000; NA Structure: 24,100; Total: 39,100. 8004883, Norman, Donny R; Mobile Home: 7,400; Total: 7,400. 8000835, Norman, Donny R; Mobile Home: 20,800; Total: 20,800. 0020451, 37-02-201-002, Northwestern Engineering Company; Land: 55,100; Total: 55,100. 0020452, 37-02-201-003, Northwestern Engineering Company; Land: 21,800; Total: 21,800. 0035700, 37-02-201-001, Northwestern Engineering Company; Land: 32,700; Total: 32,700. 0035703, 37-02-201-004, Northwestern Engineering Company; Land: 22,500; NA Structure: 35,600; Total: 58,100. 0035704, 37-02-201-006, Northwestern Engineering Company; Land: 49,500; NA Structure: 48,600; Total: 98,100. 0035707, 37-02-201-007, Northwestern Engineering Company; Land: 12,200; Total: 12,200. 0014768, 20-20-351-011, Oney, Ronald R & Sharon R; Land: 20,000; Mobile Home: 42,100; Total: 62,100. 8011180, Paulsen, Harry L & Karen B; Mobile Home: 40,500; Total: 40,500. 8004953, Paulsen, Harry L & Karen B; Mobile Home: 9,000; Total: 9,000. 0062523, 52-22-401-009, Pavlik, Thomas H & Tara T; Land: 60,000; Total: 60,000. 0014618, 20-07-400-003, Pete Lien & Sons Inc; Land: 26,000; NA Structure: 126,600; Total: 152,600. 0039515, 17-13-102-004, Phillips Living Trust, Gene E & Margaret; Land: 23,000; Total: 23,000. 0044029, 37-15-176-003, Property Rentals; Land: 31,400; NA Structure: 68,300; Total: 99,700. 0036162, 37-02-152-013, Rausch, Charles Florentine; Land: 109,100; NA Structure: 86,900; Total: 196,000. 0049942, 37-01-180-024, Re Leap; Land: 55,400; NA Structure: 365,500; Total: 420,900. 0049943, 37-01-180-025, Re Leap; Land: 55,400; NA Structure: 286,600; Total: 342,000. 0020447, 37-02-201-020, Robford Company LLC (The); Land: 34,000; NA Structure: 900; Total: 34,900. 0014446, 19-07-400-002, Roozenboom, Larin & Laura; Land: 75,000; Total: 75,000. 0048413, 21-14-476-009, Schamber, James H; Land: 34,300; Total: 34,300. 0048414, 21-14-451-009, Schamber, James H; Land: 33,000; NA Structure: 14,300; Mobile Home: 33,400; Total: 80,700. 0046832, 38-08-301-003, Schwans Sales Enterprises; Land: 75,900; NA Structure: 164,700; Total: 240,600. 0040524, 36-08-227-010, Shepardson, Barbara J; Land: 50,000; NA Structure: 80,000; Total: 130,000. 0064264, 70-17-400-004, Shiloh Hill LLC; Land: 25,000; Total: 25,000. 0064265, 70-17-400-005, Shiloh Hill LLC; Land: 25,000; Total: 25,000. 0003731, 20-17-276-003, Sigler, Gertrude J; Land: 1,000; Total: 1,000. Abst Chg 0048166, 21-30-101-005, Sm Rushmore Mall Llc; Land: 1,055,000; NA Structure: 1,858,800; Total: 2,913,800. 8008109, Snyder, Loren R & Norma; Mobile Home: 6,500; Total: 6,500. 0016096, 69-03-200-002, Spear, David W & Loretta P; Land: 120,000; NA Structure: 101,500; Total: 221,500. 8003012, Stromer, Merlin P & Gloria R; Mobile Home: 9,400; Total: 9,400. 8001478, , Stromer, Merlin P & Gloria R; Mobile Home: 36,500; Total: 36,500. 0059827, 37-28-153-033, Stymiest Ira/Bankwest Inc Trustee, Clair E; Land: 40,000; NA Structure: 140,000; Total: 180,000. 0059828, 37-28-153-032, Stymiest Ira/Bankwest Inc Trustee, Clair E; Land: 40,000; NA Structure: 140,000; Total: 180,000. 0041350, 21-26-200-003, Sullivan, Catherine A; Land: 25,500; NA Structure: 42,400; AG Structure: 2,400; Total: 70,300. 0060296, 19-22-452-002, Thorstenson, Paul; Land: 154,000; Total: 154,000. 0060297, 19-22-452-001, Thorstenson, Paul; Land: 133,000; Total: 133,000. 0015976, 68-01-102-021, Tomlinson, Cher; Land: 30,000; Total: 30,000. 0046350, 52-22-377-002, Turbo Investments; Land: 35,000; Total: 35,000. 0053184, 52-22-328-001, Turbo Investments; Land: 22,500; Total: 22,500. 0053185, 52-22-328-002, Turbo Investments; Land: 22,500; Total: 22,500. 0060053, 52-28-100-004, Turbo Investments; Land: 282,000; Total: 282,000. 0062969, 51-25-427-016, Turbo Investments; Land: 24,000; Total: 24,000. 0062965, 51-25-427-014, Turbo Investments; Land: 24,000; Total: 24,000. 0053550, 38-01-481-003, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053556, 38-01-481-009, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 5,000; Total: 5,000. 0053570, 38-01-480-012, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053575, 38-01-479-001, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053577, 38-01-479-003, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053588, 38-01-479-014, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053589, 38-01-479-015, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053590, 38-01-479-016, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053594, 38-01-478-002, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000;
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0054992, 38-12-201-011, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0054999, 38-12-202-002, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0055000, 38-12-202-003, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056052, 38-01-451-011, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056053, 38-01-451-012, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056054, 38-01-451-013, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056055, 38-01-451-014, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056056, 38-01-451-015, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056067, 38-01-405-020, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056068, 38-01-405-021, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056069, 38-01-405-022, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056070, 38-01-405-023, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056071, 38-01-405-024, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056072, 38-01-405-025, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056073, 38-01-405-026, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056074, 38-01-405-027, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056075, 38-01-405-028, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056076, 38-01-454-012, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056077, 38-01-454-011, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056078, 38-01-454-010, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056079, 38-01-454-009, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056080, 38-01-456-005, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056081, 38-01-456-006, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056082, 38-01-456-007, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056083, 38-01-456-008, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056084, 38-01-406-013, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056085, 38-01-406-014, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056086, 38-01-406-015, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056087, 38-01-406-016, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056088, 38-01-406-017, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056089, 38-01-406-018, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056090, 38-01-406-019, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056091, 38-01-406-020, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056092, 38-01-406-021, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056093, 38-01-406-022, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056094, 38-01-401-004, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056095, 38-01-407-003, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056096, 38-01-407-004, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056097, 38-01-455-006, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056098, 38-01-455-007, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056099, 38-01-455-008, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056100, 38-01-455-009, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056101, 38-01-455-010, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056102, 38-01-455-011, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056103, 38-12-205-011, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056104, 38-12-205-012, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056105, 38-12-205-013, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056106, 38-12-205-014, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056107, 38-12-205-015, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056108, 38-12-205-016, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056109, 38-12-205-017, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056110, 38-12-205-018, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056111, 38-12-201-018, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056112, 38-12-201-019, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056113, 38-12-201-020, Heights Estates Inc; Land: Total: 10,000. 0056114, 38-12-201-021, Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley 10,000; Valley
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Heights Estates Inc; Land: 10,000; Total: 10,000. 0056115, 38-12-201-022, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 10,000; Total: 10,000. 0056116, 38-12-201-023, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 10,000; Total: 10,000. 0056117, 38-12-202-007, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 10,000; Total: 10,000. 0056118, 38-12-202-008, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 10,000; Total: 10,000. 0013691, 25-27-100-001, Wiebers Land Llc; Land: 218,600; Total: 218,600. Abst Chg 0044189, 16-30-400-001, Wiedmeier, Brian & Susan; Land: 86,800; NA Structure: 13,000; Total: 99,800. Abst Chg 0044190, 16-30-100-001, Wiedmeier, Brian & Susan; Land: 86,700; Total: 86,700. Abst Chg 0026930, 20-36-156-006, Williams, Douglas B; Land: 26,000; NA Structure: 27,200; Total: 53,200. 0026996, 20-36-158-009, Williams, Douglas B & Gloria S; Land: 26,000; NA Structure: 40,500; Total: 66,500. 0056654, 52-22-177-003, Willoughby, Douglas A; Land: 42,500; NA Structure: 167,700; Total: 210,200. 0056655, 52-22-177-004, Willoughby, Douglas A & Carol J; Land: 42,500; Total: 42,500. 0027375, 20-36-133-008, Witt, Matthew M; Land: 26,000; NA Structure: 45,900; Total: 71,900. 0050174, 20-36-258-018, Witt, Matthew M; Land: 26,000; NA Structure: 68,000; Total: 94,000. 0055632, 20-13-486-012, Witt, Matthew M; Land: 30,000; NA Structure: 84,300; Total: 114,300. NO CHANGE LIST 0053225, 39-19-302-006, Brown, Anthony E & Michelle L - Land: 55,000; NA Structure: 222,300; Total: 277,300. 0062000, 21-36-230-013, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc Land: 27,000; Total: 27,000. 0064126, 21-36-229-014, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc Land: 54,000; Total: 54,000. 0064127, 21-36-277-006, Cheyenne Pass Development Company Inc Land: 42,000; Total: 42,000. 0006985, 24-31-209-004, Cook, Gerald G & Johnette R - Land: 14,000; NA Structure: 29,400; Total: 43,400. 0043382, 50-01-100-001, Fink, John P & Patricia E - Land: 60,500; NA Structure: 118,600; Total: 179,100. 0039243, 37-01-107-003, First Building Corp - Land: 525,000; NA Structure: 2,953,100; Total: 3,478,100. 0003464, 19-35-428-007, Gabert, Robert & Cheryl - Land: 50,000; NA Total: 50,000. 0019216, 37-32-254-001, Gruhn/Crown, Brian R & Lisa R - Land: 55,000; NA Structure: 138,500; Total: 193,500. 0050668, 37-15-180-001, Harvest Holiday Hills Estates Retirement Residence Llc - Land: 393,300; NA Structure: 6,120,700; Total: 6,514,000. 0050669, 37-15-176-025, Harvest Holiday Hills Estates Retirement Residence Llc - Land: 5,100; Total: 5,100. 0045281, 36-11-400-016, Herreid, Mark K & Maria C - Land: 100,000; NA Structure: 264,900; Total: 364,900. 0064110, 21-36-229-007, H-S Holdings Llc - Land: 27,000; NA Structure: 2,500; Total: 29,500. 0064111, 21-36-229-008, H-S Holdings Llc - Land: 27,000; NA Structure: 2,500; Total: 29,500. 0014596, 19-31-482-003, Jurgens, Gary & Joann - Land: 80,000; NA Structure: 354,900; Total: 434,900. 0044160, 16-23-300-003, Krohmer, Fred D & Jan K - Land: 77,000; NA Structure: 186,400; Total: 263,400. 0059116, 16-23-300-005, Krohmer, Fred D & Jan K - Land: 54,000; Total: 54,000. 0003432, 37-32-427-014, Larsen, Dave J & Georgine M - Land: 60,000; NA Structure: 143,200; Total: 203,200. 0019581, 19-24-400-002, Lien, Peter C & NAncy A - Land: 70,000; NA Structure: 458,500; Total: 528,500. 0052197, 36-36-176-002, Moyle, Clark D & Kara A - Land: 190,000; NA Structure: 389,200; Total: 579,200. 0043188, 36-36-251-003, Moyle, Kim A - Land: 120,000; NA Structure: 576,000; Total: 696,000. 0052286, 20-35-451-022, Omaha Plaza Investment Llc - Land: 588,900; NA Structure: 1,193,200; Total: 1,782,100. 0052287, 20-35-451-023, Omaha Plaza Investment Llc - Land: 1,027,800; NA Structure: 4,557,800; Total: 5,585,600. 0054175, 36-05-105-015, Rae, Carol A - Land: 85,000; NA Structure: 475,500; Total: 560,500. 0039079, 19-19-100-001, Rae/Barnes - Land: 3,300; NA Structure: 49,500; AG Structure: 52,300; Total: 105,100. 0052672, 18-24-200-018, Rae/Barnes - Land: 1,500; NA Structure: 132,300; AG Structure: 1,200; Total: 135,000. 0018650, 35-34-402-009, Shanklin, Sharon R - Land: 35,000; NA Structure: 57,300; Total: 92,300. 0019236, 37-32-252-001, Stroh, David L & Ursula M - Land: 60,000; NA Structure: 31,300; Total: 91,300. 0049657, 21-31-430-004, Tri-City Assoc - Land: 2,073,900; NA Structure: 3,481,700; Total: 5,555,600. 0054922, 38-01-481-020, Valley Heights Estates Inc - Land: 34,000; Total: 34,000. INDIVIDUAL APPOINTMENTS A.M. 0063635; 21-29-100-012; FMLC Inc. MOVED by Davis and seconded by Buskerud to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation and grant a partial exemption on this parcel: Structure 0; Land 196,700; Total 196,700. Vote: Unanimous. Cross Country Real Estate (2 parcels) MOVED by Davis and seconded by Buskerud to uphold the Equalization staff recommendation on two parcels. Vote: Unanimous. 0019733; 38-10-151-003: Land: 23,300; Total: 23,300. 0064331; 38-10-301-003: NA Structure: 103,000; Land: 466,000; Total: 569,000. Outlaw, Lanny (10 Parcels) MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by Davis to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation on 10 parcels. Vote: 21 with Holloway opposing. Three votes are required for the Board of Equalization to change an assessment; therefore the recommendations failed and the assessments stand. 0054818; 33-03-300-003: Land 9,300; Total 9,300. 0004873; 33-03-100-003: Land 82,500; Total 82,500. 0004874; 33-03-100-001: Land 76,800; Total 76,800. 0004875; 33-04-200-001: Land 82,400; Total 82,400. 0004876; 16-33-400-004: Land 62,900; Total 62,900. 0004878; 16-33-400-002: Land 79,700; Total 79,700. 0004879; 33-03-300-002: NA Structure 195,900; Land 45,900; Total 241,800. 0004880; 33-03-300-001: Land 65,100; Total 65,100. 0004881; 33-03-100-002: Land 82,500; Total 82,500. 0004882; 16-33-400-003: Land 54,900; Total 54,900. 0049925; 54-07-401-003: Rushmore Shadows: MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by Holloway to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation of NA Structure 1,123,300; Land 899,800; Total 2,023,100. Vote: Unanimous. 0014448; 19-08-300-001: McBride, Edward: MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by Holloway to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation of Land 1,600; Total 1,600. Vote: Unanimous. 0003868; 70-08-427-017; 1927 Lodge LLC: MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by Davis to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation of NA Structure 201,000; Land 34,000; Total 235,000. Vote: Unanimous. 0003888; 70-09-109-003; Big Thunder Inc.: MOVED by Holloway and seconded by Buskerud to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation of NA Structure 134,100: Land 109,800; Total 243,900. Vote: Unanimous. Hamm, Leo (4 parcels) MOVED by Holloway and seconded by Buskerud to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation on four parcels. Vote: 2-1 with Davis voting no. 0058546; 37-28-400-007: AG Structure 4,900; Land 14,200; Total 19,100. 0059053; 37-28-400-008: Land 16,200; Total 16,200. 0047612; 36-36-300-002: Land 19,400; Total 19,400. 0039071; 37-28-351-001: Land 7,100; Total 7,100. 0054686; 44-04-301-009; Dix, Timothy J & Roxy: MOVED by Davis and seconded by Buskerud to sustain the Wasta Local Board action: Structure 4,500, MH 4,500; Land 4,500; Total 13,500. Vote: Unanimous. 0049634; 63-06-453-001: Dinger, Ryan E & Cynthia S: MOVED by Holloway and seconded by Buskerud to accept the Equalization staff recommendation of Structure 228,600; Land 14,000; Total 242,600. Vote: Unanimous. 0005509; 24-31-232-009; Green, Walter W & Michael: MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by Davis to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation of NA Structure 62,500; Land 14,000; Total 76,500. Vote: Unanimous. 0007409; 24-31-203-004; Rask, Marvin R & Cline, Karen K: MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by Davis to sustain the New Underwood Local Board action: NA Structure 23,300; Land 14,000; Total 37,300. Vote: Unanimous. 0050853; 24-31-230-011; Stover, Vaughn W & Stephanie E: MOVED by Davis and seconded by Buskerud to sustain the New Underwood Local Board action: Structure 90,000; Land 16,000; Total 106,000. Vote: Unanimous. Harney Mountain LLC (4 parcels) MOVED by Davis and seconded by Buskerud to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation on four parcels. Vote: Unanimous. 0055802; 52-34-300-016: Land 85,000; Total 85,000. 0055801; 52-33-400-005: Land 225,000; Total 225,000. 0063489; 52-33-276-002: Land 315,000; Total 315,000. 0063490; 52-33-100-017: Land 519,800; Total 519,800. 0047813: 44-04-307-002; Skillingstad, Kyle & Dorreen: MOVED by Davis and seconded by Buskerud to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation of NA Structure 122,000; Land 6,000; Total 128,000. Vote: Unanimous. 0007067; 64-06-180-006; Baumann, Dale: MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by Holloway to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation of Structure 11,200; Land 1,300; Total 12,500. Vote: Unanimous. 0058683; 46-30-400-002; Bielmaier, Craig: MOVED by Davis and seconded by Holloway to sustain the Lake Hill Township Local Board action: Land 79,002. Vote: Unanimous. MOVED by Buskerud and seconded by Davis to recess for lunch. Vote: Unanimous. The Board of Equalization recessed at 12:00 and reconvened at 1 p.m. with the following Commissioners present: Don Holloway, Lyndell Petersen and Nancy Trautman. INDIVIDUAL APPOINTMENTS P.M. Randall - Koupal Partnership (5 parcels) MOVED by Trautman and seconded by Holloway to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation of $41,300 on five parcels. Vote: 2-1 with Petersen voting no. A unanimous vote is required for a change, so this vote returns the assessment per parcel to $82,600. Vote: Unanimous. 0004829; 33-12-400-006: Land 82,600; Total 82,600. 0004830; 33-12-400-007: Land 82,600; Total 82,600. 0004831; 33-12-400-005: Land 82,600; Total 82,600. 0004832; 33-12-400-003: Land 82,600; Total 82,600. 0004833; 33-12-400-004: Land 82,600; Total 82,600. 0049294; 37-32-151-008; Buckingham, Michael: MOVED by Trautman and seconded by Petersen to change values to NA Structure 222,100; Land 46,000; Total 268,100. Vote: Unanimous. 0046810; 37-15-327-006; Property Rentals: MOVED by Trautman and seconded by Petersen to sustain Equalization staff recommendation of Structure 11,000; Land 17,400; Total 28,400. Vote: Unanimous. Park West Condominiums - Fairway Hills (37 parcels) MOVED by Petersen and seconded by Trautman to sustain the Equalization staff recommendations on the following parcels for Fairway Hills. Vote: Unanimous. 0061369; 37-15-181-002: NA Struc-
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Total: 28,000. 0053596, 38-01-478-004, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053604, 38-01-478-012, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053605, 38-01-478-013, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053857, 38-01-452-006, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053874, 38-12-203-005, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053875, 38-12-203-006, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053876, 38-12-203-007, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053877, 38-12-203-008, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053887, 38-12-204-002, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053888, 38-12-204-003, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053891, 38-12-204-006, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053892, 38-12-204-007, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 20,000; Total: 20,000. 0053893, 38-12-204-008, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 20,000; Total: 20,000. 0053894, 38-12-204-009, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 20,000; Total: 20,000. 0053895, 38-12-204-010, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0053896, 38-12-204-011, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054915, 38-01-481-013, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 20,000; Total: 20,000. 0054916, 38-01-481-014, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 5,000; Total: 5,000. 0054917, 38-01-481-015, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 20,000; Total: 20,000. 0054918, 38-01-481-016, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 20,000; Total: 20,000. 0054919, 38-01-481-017, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 20,000; Total: 20,000. 0054920, 38-01-481-018, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 20,000; Total: 20,000. 0054921, 38-01-481-019, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 20,000; Total: 20,000. 0054923, 38-01-403-001, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054924, 38-01-403-002, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054925, 38-01-403-003, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054926, 38-01-403-004, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054927, 38-01-403-005, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054928, 38-01-403-006, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054929, 38-01-403-007, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054930, 38-01-403-008, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054931, 38-01-403-009, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054932, 38-01-403-010, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054933, 38-01-404-001, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054934, 38-01-404-002, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054935, 38-01-404-003, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054936, 38-01-404-004, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054937, 38-01-404-005, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054938, 38-01-404-006, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054939, 38-01-404-007, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054940, 38-01-404-008, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054941, 38-01-404-009, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054942, 38-01-404-010, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054944, 38-01-404-012, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054945, 38-01-404-013, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054946, 38-01-404-014, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054947, 38-01-404-015, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054948, 38-01-404-016, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054949, 38-01-404-017, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054950, 38-01-404-018, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054951, 38-01-453-005, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054953, 38-01-453-007, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054973, 38-01-402-002, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054974, 38-01-402-001, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 28,000; Total: 28,000. 0054991, 38-12-201-010, Valley Heights Estates Inc; Land: 10,000; Total: 10,000.
ture 84,300; Land 25,000; Total 109,300. 0061370; 37-15-181-003: NA Structure 84,300; Land 25,000; Total 109,300. 0061371; 37-15-181-004: NA Structure 84,300; Land 25,000; Total 109,300. 0061372; 37-15-181-005: NA Structure 84,300; Land 25,000: Total 109,300. 0061373; 37-15-181-006: NA Structure 84,300; Land 25,000; Total 109,300. 0061375; 37-15-181-008: NA Structure 88,600, Land 25,000; Total 113,600. 0061376; 37-15-181-009: NA Structure 84,300; Land 25,000; Total 109,300. 0061377; 37-15-181-010: NA Structure 84,300; Land 25,000; Total 109,300. 0061378; 37-15-181-011: NA Structure 84,300; Land 25,000; Total 109,300. 0061379; 37-15-181-012: NA Structure 84,300; Land 25,000; Total 109,300. 0061380; 37-15-181-013: NA Structure 84,300; Land 25,000; Total 109,300. 0061381; 37-15-181-014: NA Structure 84,300; Land 25,000; Total 109,300. 0061382; 37-15-181-015: NA Structure 90,300; Land 25,000; Total 115,300. 0061383; 37-15-181-016: NA Structure 88,600, Land 25,000; Total 113,600. 0061384; 37-15-181-017: NA Structure 85,100; Land 25,000; Total 110,100. 0061385; 37-15-181-018: NA Structure 85,100; Land 25,000; Total 110,100. 0061386; 37-15-181-019: NA Structure 85,100; Land 25,000; Total 110,100. 0061387; 37-15-181-020: NA Structure 85,100; Land 25,000; Total 110,100. 0061388; 37-15-181-021: NA Structure 85,100; Land 25,000; Total 110,100. 0061389; 37-15-181-022: NA Structure 85,100; Land 25,000; Total 110,100. 0061391; 37-15-181-024: NA Structure 89,400; Land 25,000; Total 114,400. 0061392; 37-15-181-025: NA Structure 85,100; Land 25,000; Total 110,100. 0061394; 37-15-181-027: NA Structure 85,100; Land 25,000; Total 110,100. 0061395; 37-15-181-028: NA Structure 85,100; Land 25,000; Total 110,100. 0061396; 37-15-181-029: NA Structure 85,100; Land 25,000; Total 110,100. 0061397; 37-15-181-030: NA Structure 85,100; Land 25,000; Total 110,100. 0061398; 37-15-181-031: NA Structure 91,200; Land 25,000; Total 116,200. 0061399; 37-15-181-032: NA Structure 89,400; Land 25,000; Total 114,400. 0061400; 37-15-181-033: NA Structure 106,400; Land 25,000; Total 131,400. 0061401; 37-15-181-034: NA Structure 106,400; Land 25,000; Total 131,400. 0061402; 37-15-181-035: NA Structure 106,400; Land 25,000; Total 131,400. 0061403; 37-15-181-036: NA Structure 106,400; Land 25,000; Total 131,400. 0061405; 37-15-181-038: NA Structure 106,400; Land 25,000; Total 131,400. 0061409; 37-15-181-042: NA Structure 106,400; Land 25,000; Total 131,400. 0061411; 37-15-181-044: NA Structure 106,400; Land 25,000; Total 131,400. 0061413; 37-15-181-046: NA Structure 106,400; Land 25,000; Total 131,400. 0061415; 37-15-181-048: NA Structure 106,400; Land 25,000; Total 131,400. 0062830; 21-29-200-012; Nine Liens Partnership: MOVED by Trautman and seconded by Petersen to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation of Land 1,718,300; Total 1,718,300. Vote: Unanimous. 0049463; 20-25-332-010; Shopko SPE Real Estate LLC: MOVED by Trautman and seconded by Petersen to uphold the Equalization staff recommendation of Land 2,293,400; NA Structure 2,823,500; Total 5,116,900. Vote: Unanimous. MOVED by Trautman and seconded by Petersen to take a brief recess. Vote: Unanimous. The board recessed at 3:48 and reconvened at 3:55 p.m. Bank West (12 parcels) MOVED by Holloway and seconded by Trautman to sustain the Equalization staff’s recommended adjustments on 12 parcels. Vote: Unanimous. 0063507; 71-17-151-001: Land 3,000; Total 3,000. 0063495; 71-17-176-009: Land 30,000; Total 30,000. 0063496; 71-17-176-008: Land 30,000; Total 30,000. 0063497; 71-17-176-007: Land 30,000; Total 30,000. 0063498; 71-17-126-005: Land 30,000; Total 30,000. 0063499; 71-17-126-006: Land 3,000; Total 3,000. 0063500; 71-17-101-001: Land 30,000; Total 30,000. 0063503; 71-17-101-004: Land 30,000; Total 30,000. 0063504; 71-17-102-001: Land 30,000; Total 30,000. 0063505; 71-17-102-002: Land 30,000; Total 30,000. 0063506; 71-17-102-003: Land 30,000; Total 30,000. 0050941; 71-17-251-003: Land 95,000; Total 95,000 0059608; 55-29-100-003; McMahon, John: MOVED by Holloway and seconded by Petersen to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation of Land 29,100; Total 29,100. Vote: Unanimous. 0060554; 52-30-101-007; Girard, Daniel J & Cynthia A: MOVED by Trautman and seconded by Petersen, to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation: Structure 156,200; Land 60,000; Total 216,200. Vote: Unanimous. 0005461; 24-31-227-003; Szymonski, John J & Anita J: MOVED by Petersen and seconded by Trautman to sustain the New Underwood Local Board action: Structure 42,700; Land 14,000; Total 56,700. Vote: Unanimous. 0061053; 37-24-103-012; Wilhelmi, Jared J: MOVED by Trautman and seconded by Petersen to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation of NA Structure 298,600; Land 60,000; Total 358,600. Vote: Unanimous. 0058760; 53-18-300-015; Turbo Investments: MOVED by Holloway and seconded by Trautman to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation of Land 79,000; Total 79,000. Vote: Unanimous. 0058761; 53-18-300-016; Rath, Gary & Mary: MOVED by Trautman and seconded by Petersen to sustain the Equalization staff recommendation of Land $79,000; Total $79,000. Vote: Unanimous. ADOURN MOVED by Trautman and seconded by Holloway that the meeting be adjourned. Vote: Unanimous. There being no further business, the 2012 Board of Equalization adjourned AT 4:40 p.m. RETURN OF ASSESSMENT ROLL AND CERTIFICATE THEREON OF THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF PENNINGTON COUNTY AS AN Continued on page 10
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Proceedings of Pennington County Commissioners (cont. from previous page) EQUALIZATION BOARD AND OF THE DIRECTOR OF EQUALIZATION, PENNINGTON COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA. STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA) ) COUNTY OF PENNINGTON) We the undersigned, constituting the Pennington County Board of Commissioners, acting as the Board of Equalization for Pennington County, South Dakota, do hereby certify and return that we attended the meetings of the Board of Equalization in the Commissioners’ Meeting Room in the Pennington County Courthouse at 315 Saint Joseph Street, Rapid City, SD to wit: April 10, 2012, and thereafter including April 25, 2012, as shown by the minutes. The undersigned certify that the same is correct as equalized by the undersigned as Board of Equalization aforesaid. Witness our hands this 1st day of May, 2012. /s/Shannon Rittberger, Director of Equalization /s/Lyndell Petersen, Chairperson /s/Ken Davis, Vice Chairperson /s/Ron Buskerud, Commissioner /s/Don Holloway, Commissioner /s/Nancy Trautman, Commissioner Published May 10, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $884.61.
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THIS MOTHER'S DAY, THINk OF LIFETIME FINANCIAL MOVES TO HELP kIDS Richard Wahlstrom www.edwardjones.com If you’re a mother, you’ll probably get some nice cards and flowers on Mother’s Day. But of course, your greatest gifts are your children themselves. And since you want to see them happy and financially secure, perhaps you can use this Mother’s Day as an opportunity to consider ways to help your children at various stages of their lives. So, let’s take a look at steps you can take: When Your Children Are Young •Teach them to be savers — Encourage young children to put away part of their allowance, or any money they receive for household jobs, in a savings account. Offer to match their contributions dollar for dollar. •Help them become investors — Consider giving your children a few shares of stock in companies with which they are familiar. By following the movements of their stocks with them, you can explain how the markets work and how increasing share ownership is one key to helping build wealth. •Contribute to a college savings plan — One of the best things you can do to boost your children’s chances of success in life is to help them go to college. You’ve got several good college-savings vehicles available, such as a 529 plans, Coverdell Education Savings Accounts and custodial accounts. Your financial advisor can help you choose the vehicle that suits your needs and objectives. When Your Children Enter the Working World •Encourage IRA contributions — An Individual Retirement Account (IRA) is a great retirement savings vehicle. As long as your children have earned income, they can contribute to an IRA, so you may want to help them “max out” on their contributions each year. While you can’t directly contribute to a child’s IRA, you can write a check to your child and encourage him or her to use it for funding an IRA. •Make long-term care arrangements — If you needed long-term care, such as an extended nursing home stay, and you had inadequate financial preparations, the burden could fall on your children. Now is the time to consult with your financial advisor to begin preparing for possible long-term care costs. When Your Children Reach Middle Age •Communicate your financial situation and estate plans — Don’t leave adult children in the dark as to your financial information. Share everything you can about how much you own, where you keep your assets and how you plan to eventually distribute them. By clearly communicating your situation and wishes now, you can avoid major problems later. •Create a durable power of attorney — By creating a durable power of attorney, you can appoint another person, such as an adult
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child, to conduct your business and financial affairs if you become physically or mentally incapacitated. Such a move can help reduce stress your children may be feeling, while allowing them to make moves that can help preserve your finances. Mother’s Day commemorates the special bond that mothers have with their children. By following the above suggestions, you can help strengthen that bond throughout your lifetime.
WALL SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION
SPECIAL BOARD MEETING UNAPPROVED MINUTES APRIL 19, 2012 The Board of Education of the Wall School District #51-5 met in special session on Thursday, April 19, 2012, in the Library of Wall School. Members present: Chairperson Eisenbraun, Vice-Chairperson Johnson, Members Anderson, Williams, Bielmaier, and Trask. Also attending were Business Manager Mohr, and Elementary Principal Sykora. Chairperson Eisenbraun called the meeting to order at 7:30 a.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. Member Cordes was absent. 4667. Trask moved to approve the agenda. Seconded by Williams. Johnson requested executive session be added to the agenda to discuss contracts. The motion carried with listed change. The Power House painting project was discussed. It was determined that in the best interest of the project, the work should be completed in May/June 2012 before heat becomes an issue. 4668. Trask moved to reject all bids on the basis of changing the time of the project. Seconded by Anderson. Motion carried. 4669. At 7:40 a.m., Johnson moved to go into Executive Session for the purpose of discussing contracts according to SDCL 1-25-2. Seconded by Trask. Motion carried. At 8:25 a.m., Chairperson Eisenbraun declared the meeting out of Executive Session. With no further business brought to the board, Chairperson Johnson declared the meeting adjourned at 8:25 a.m. Respectfully submitted by Niki Mohr, Business Manager ______________ Scot Eisenbraun, Chairperson ________________ Niki A. Mohr,
Cherish the Simple
We have a plaque that says, Cherish the Simple. I love that thought, and everytime I look at it I am reminded that I really do want to cherish the simple things in my life. But face it, simple is just not the way most people would describe their lives. Hectic, fastpaced, overwhelming, stressful is much more accurate for most who are chasing after the elusive American dream. (Sometimes I wonder if anyone even remembers what that dream is anymore.) As Americans we can so easily get caught up in trying to keep up with those who are traveling in the fast lane-never content with what we already have, but working long and hard to possess more and more of the latest gadgets, toys, appliances, vehicles, etc. Add to that the stress of endless activities that have us running here and there, and it seems that many have less and less time to really enjoy their friends, their families, their work, their lives. I sometimes like to think back to the days of the pioneers who settled these prairies where I live, and imagine their lives, as difficult as they must have been, as being in many ways much simpler than the lives we lead in the 21st century. Yes, the pioneers worked hard to make a living, but they also took time to enjoy each other's company. They didn't come home from work and turn on the TV or surf the internet or rush off to some meeting or ball game every night of the week. Their homes were simple by today's standard, but at least they didn't have to work non-stop just to pay for them. They treasured the few possessions they had, but their possessions did not own them. I know it's not possible to go back to living like the pioneers, and I am not even saying that we should. However maybe it would be good to periodically take a look at our lifestyle and do a little evaluating of what really matters in life. Take stock and see if there are some things you can do to simplify, so you can really enjoy your life. My best advice to you is this: Cherish the Simple!
NOTICE OF DEADLINE
FOR VOTER REGISTRATION FOR THE SCENIC CONATA BASIN AMBULANCE DISTRICT ORGANIZATION ELECTION Voter registration for the “Question on the formation of the Scenic Conata Basin Ambulance District” Election to be held on June 12, 2012, will close on May 28, 2012. Failure to register by this date will cause forfeiture of voting rights for this election. If you are in doubt about whether you are registered check the Voter Information Portal at www.sdsos.gov or call the Pennington County Auditor’s Office at 605-394-2153. Registration may be completed during regular business hours at the Pennington County Auditor’s Office, municipal finance office, Secretary of State’s office and those locations which provide driver’s licenses, SNAP, TANF, WIC, military recruitment, and assistance to the disabled as provided by the Department of Human Services. You may contact the Pennington County Auditor’s Office to request a mail-in registration form or access a mailin format at www.votepennco.com. Voters with disabilities may contact the Pennington County Auditor for information and special assistance in voter registration, absentee voting or polling place accessibility. Julie A. Pearson, Auditor Pennington County Published May 10 & 17, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $27.30.
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FOR VOTER REGISRATION Voter registration for the Combined Primary, City of Rapid City, Rapid City Schools, Hill City Schools, Wall Schools and Custer Schools Election to be held on June 5, 2012, will close on Monday, May 21, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. Failure to register by this date will cause forfeiture of voting rights for this election. If you are in doubt about whether you are registered, check the Voter Information Portal at www.sdsos.gov or call the Pennington County Auditor’s Office at 394-2153.
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