NewsJuly 10 2019

Lyman Alumni Association plans school reunion

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Lyman Alumni Association plans school reunion
 
 
  Lyman Alumni Association officers held their second meeting at Jet Lanes on July 2, 2019 at 7:00 to wrap up preparations for the gathering on July 27 at the fire hall preceding the Presho Fire Department's annual street dance. The first order of business was to discuss nominations for next year, as several current officers will be going off the rotation. Kathy Diehm has since declined the position of second vice president, so this vacancy, as well as three others, will need to be filled. Corey Halverson confirmed that Dean Reumann has agreed to run the golf tournament. Halverson and Sue Lillebo have been asking local businesses to supply prizes for the drawings held throughout the day. Halverson also confirmed that Clayton Moore will cook the meat for the meal on Saturday evening. Lillebo reported on the supplies that were left from last year (plates, plastic ware, napkins, table covers, name tags) and what will need to be purchased (condiments, candy, napkins, beans). She informed the group that the Thrift Store will donate the chips and bottled water left over from their last gathering, and also that she has purchased the Chamber Bucks to be used as door prizes at the meeting. Deb Smith noted that an advertisement had been placed in the newspaper, and that another will run next week. She also posted the information on the Facebook site.

NewsJuly 10 2019

Presho Main Street project moves downtown

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Street project moves downtown
 
The Presho Sewer/Street infrastructure project moved into the business district as of Tuesday, July 9. The block between 3rd Street and 2nd St. is currently tore up. Access to businesses is available on the sidewalk at this time. Further into the project, the sidewalks will also be removed at which time people will have to use the “back or side door” to gain access to the Grocery Store, Bank, Post Office, Lyman County Herald, Mademoiselles, Jet Lanes and other Main Street buildings. Watch for updates.

NewsJune 26 2019

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New Eatery opens in Kennebec

Kennebec Kafe co-managers L-r: Gaylene Gilman and Amy Bowar and staff hosted a grand opening at the new restaurant Sunday June 23. Located at 202 S. Main, the restaurant was built onto the east side of the Main Street Business Plaza and can be accessed from Main Street or the side street.  The Kennebec business is open every day except Saturday.  Monday - Friday hours are 6 a.m.to 7 p.m. and Sunday hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Gaylene and Amy report the restaurant is off to a good start and appreciate all the support from the community. Industrial Hemp student committee to meet

NewsJune 26 2019

Posted by Lucy

Industrial Hemp student committee to meet

PIERRE – The Industrial Hemp Study Committee, chaired by Representative Lee Qualm (R-Platte), will hold its first meeting on Thursday, July 11, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. (CT) in Room 414 of the State Capitol in Pierre, South Dakota.
The Legislature’s Executive Board selected the Industrial Hemp Study as one of the legislative studies to be conducted during the 2019 interim. The scope of the committee is to study the regulation and cost of implementing an industrial hemp program in South Dakota. The committee will look at the economic impacts of the production and sale of industrial hemp; the potential costs or challenges for law enforcement; and the requirements for registration, licenses, permits, seed certification and access.
In addition to Representative Qualm, committee members are Senator Rocky Blare (R-Ideal), Vice Chair; Representatives Shawn Bordeaux (D-Mission), Bob Glanzer (R-Huron), Tim Goodwin (R-Rapid City), Randy Gross (R-Elkton), Oren Lesmeister (D-Parade), Nancy York (R-Watertown); and Senators Red Dawn Foster (D-Pine Ridge), Joshua Klumb (R-Mount Vernon), and Reynold Nesiba (D-Sioux Falls).

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