Bison Courier

In a special meeting on August 27, Bison school board members met with Samuel Kerr, Rapid City, who is an attorney with Lynn, Jackson, Schultz and Lebrun. Kerr concentrates on educational law.  The local school board is seeking Kerr’s assistance in getting some lingering building issues resolved...
Russ Peacock recently traveled to Forsyth, Montana to compete in the 2019 Quigley Buffalo Rifle Match. Rifles used at this match are close or exact copies of the rifles used in the late 1800’s when the buffalo were hunted on the northern plains. Targets are steel, and are a variety of shapes,...
 Crews will begin culvert repairs along Highway 79 from the North Dakota border south for 13 miles and along Highway 20 from 10 miles west of Reva to Prairie City, beginning Thursday, Aug. 22. The asphalt milling will begin around Sept. 2 on both routes. The work being done on this project includes...
South Dakota’s US Senator John Thune made a pit stop in Bison last Monday afternoon. Thune was on a mission to travel the state, meeting with constituents to discuss many varied topics.  It was a small group that greeted him in the court room of the Perkins County courthouse but there were some...
Following in the footsteps of previous honorees – the Chapman Brothers (Edward, Lenard and Juell) in 2017 and Ruby VanDenBerg last year – the Perkins County Fair board recently announced their third annual deserving “Friend of the Fair” candidate, Jean Kopren. Jean and three of her four children ...
Every coach’s dream is to win a State Championship. Larry Aaker, head coach of the Winner Lady Warriors basketball team experienced that dream on Saturday, March 16. Coach Aaker and the team knew it wouldn’t be an easy dream to achieve even though the Lady Warriors came into the tournament as the...
Jonathan Burkhalter stepped out of his older brother's shadow on Saturday by winning a very competitive XC meet in impressive fashion. Three of the top cross country runners from last year's State Meet were in attendance and many were expressing their thoughts on which one would take home the win....
In light of the need for more security on school campuses, Dacotah Bank recently helped fund security and phone systems for the new Bison School.The $25,000.00 donation will be paid in three installments, the first of which was made this month. The donation also qualifies Dacotah Bank as a “Diamond...
By Beth HulmRuby VanDenBerg, who will be 92 in September and who is almost a lifelong resident of Perkins County, has the distinction of being the 2nd Annual “Friend of the Fair,” an honor bestowed upon her by the Perkins County Fair Board. She will be recognized prior to the nighttime rodeo...
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