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Lyman County law enforcement officers recognized
Jul 27 16  by Lucy

Local Independent Rain Partners, Stephanie Madsen and Whitney Chambers, have joined forces with Amanda Comp, owner of West River Flowers in Presho to recognize Lyman County Law Enforcement officers with gift certificates for flowers and samples of Rain products.  Pictured l-r; Mike Welter, SDHP, Deputy Don Jennings, Stephanie, and son Jamieson, Sheriff Steve Manger, Deputy Ryan Bottjen, and Deputy Drew.  The women wanted to show the officers some ‘flower power love’ and  let them know how much they are appreciated by their community.
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Presho’s Sidewalk Project presented to public
Jul 27 16  by Lucy

Birch Street looking to the south, with Linderman property on the left, and  the gate to the football field on the right. The proposed crossing from the right side of the street to the left remains in question. To read more about what happened at the public meeting, pick up this week's Lyman County Herald.
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Lyman Alumni Reunion set for July 30
Jul 27 16  by Lucy

The 10th annual Lyman Alumni Reunion will be held Saturday, July 30, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. at the Medicine Creek Golf Course.
Registration opens at 6:00 pm, followed by a social hour and at 7:00 p.m. A meal of barbecued pork loin sandwiches furnished by the alumni association and a potluck of salads and desserts furnished by alumni members.
A new activity added to this year’s alumni weekend will be a Lyman Alumni 9-Hole Golf Tournament starting at 11 a.m. at the golf course. At least one member of the 4-member team must be a Lyman alum. Proceeds from the tournament will fund the Lyman Scholarship fund.
All Lyman graduates from 1971 to 2016 are welcome and  encouraged to attend. Feel free to bring a spouse or friend.
A short business meeting of the association will be held to elect officers, announce the winner of the alumni scholarship, and address any other business before the association.
Due to past responses to the honor classes, Lyman Alumni will recognize only the classes ending in ‘6’ this year.  The Lyman County Herald will be on hand to take photos of the honor classes as they are introduced at the reunion.
Several honor classes have individual reunions planned for Friday night including;
West Lyman class of 1971 at Medicine Creek Pheasant Ranch.
Class of 1976 and Class of 1981 Craig and Jody Reuman’s 5:30 p.m. Potluck.
Class of 1996 Hot Rod’s Steakhouse in Kennebec
And, on Saturday night the Class of 2006 will gather at Jet Lanes in Presho prior to the Presho Firemen’s Street Dance.
The Class of 1991 will meet at the Golf Course Saturday afternoon.
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New members seated on School Board
Jul 20 16  by Lucy

New board members were sworn into office for 3-year terms Friday night at the regular monthly meeting of the Lyman School Board of Education. Business manager Renelle Uthe (left) administered the oath of office to; l-r: Cody Volmer, Adam Ehlers and Jodi Smith. To read more about what happened at the school board meeting, pick up this week's Lyman County Herald.
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Deer Camp available for first time Youth Deer Hunters
Jul 20 16  by Lucy

PRESHO, S.D. – Seven first-time deer hunters will have the opportunity of a lifetime to participate in a managed youth deer hunt and camp on Sept. 24-25 at the Snake Den Lodge near Presho.
This free event is open to first time youth deer hunters between the ages of 12 and 15. Participants must be HuntSAFE certified and accompanied by a parent or mentor. Participants will learn how to select the best ammunition and firearm for deer hunting, improve shooting and safety, sight in a firearm, field dress and how to properly care for meat. The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) will provide three meals, snacks, lodging, tags, guns, ammunition, safety equipment, transportation to and from hunting, binoculars and assistance with field processing.
Each hunter will be paired with a knowledgeable and experienced guide. Participation is limited to seven hunters. Applicants will be selected based upon their responses to the application questions. Successful applicants are required to attend a hunt orientation meeting on the morning of Sept. 24. Hunting will take place on Presho area farms on Sept. 24-25.
For more information and to apply for this opportunity, contact GFP conservation officer, Brian Ridgeway at 605.730.1573 or Brian.Ridgeway©state.sd.us.
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Railraod crossings being replaced along DSR
Jul 13 16  by Lucy

Crossings being replaced
Railroad crews spent Monday, July 11th replacing the crossing on Hwy 47 near Reliance, which required a temporary traffic detour through the town of Reliance. County residents need to be aware that other crossings going west along the line will also be replaced in the near future including the crossing on Hwy 273 at Kennebec. Detour signs will be posted during the 8 to 10 hours required for the crossing replacement.
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Jul 13 16  by Lucy

South Dakota’s gas price average is at its lowest point in six weeks 
 
 
July 13, 2016  Pump prices nationwide have now fallen for 30 straight days – the longest streak since August/September of last year – and are at their lowest mark for this date since 2004. Today’s national average for regular gasoline is $2.23 per gallon, four cents less than a week ago, fifteen cents below the price one month ago, and 53 cents cheaper than one year ago. Approximately a quarter of gas stations nationwide – 25,000 – are now selling gasoline for less than $2. Today, for the first time since June 1, South Dakota’s statewide average for regular gasoline hit $2.31 per gallon,” said Marilyn Buskohl, spokeswoman for AAA South Dakota. “However, if you’re traveling in or through Sioux Falls, you might want to fill-up there for $2.10 per gallon. The city wide average for Rapid City is 32 cents higher according to GasPrices.AAA.com.” The nation’s least expensive states are South Carolina ($1.93), Oklahoma ($2.00), Mississippi ($2.00), Missouri ($2.01) and Alabama ($2.02).
The West Coast remains the most expensive region in the country, led by California ($2.88), Hawaii ($2.83), Washington ($2.67), Alaska ($2.66) and Nevada ($2.57). Gasoline prices are poised to continue their slide this week as both crude oil and wholesale gasoline prices turned lower last week. West Texas Intermediate and Brent crude were each down more than 7% last week, with WTI falling from $48.99 to $45.41 over the course of the holiday-shortened trading week. The price of oil currently reflects slightly more than half the price of gasoline at the pump, so lower oil prices are expected to result in lower retail gas prices for drivers. Additionally, the most recent Department of Energy report cited domestic gasoline production as just 100,000 barrels per day short of the all-time record, lending further momentum to falling prices. Although retail gas prices may continue to slide this month, there are a number of factors that could cause prices to rise again,” said Buskohl. “These includes an increase in the global price of crude oil due to disruptions in supply; stronger than expected economic indicators or geopolitical tensions overseas; as well as domestic factors such as refinery issues, production cuts due to lower prices, stronger than anticipated demand or hurricanes that could impact distribution and production.”
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DIY for the 4th of July
Jul 06 16  by Lucy

The Brakke kids from Presho, l-r: Chevelle, Soren, Chisum and Jett, arrived at the Vivian Parade dressed in matching flag shirts that they made with help from their parents Ashely and Colby. After the Vivian parade there were many different activities such as a pie eating contest, a corn hole tournament and a hypnotist that ended the night.
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Slow down, kids at play
Jul 06 16  by Lucy

Residents in Presho with small children have expressed concerns with regards to vehicles traveling too fast along streets used by children walking to and from the Presho City Park and Pool.  
At the May city council meeting, it was discussed that another 15 mph speed limit sign needed  to be added to Willow Street at the alley west of the Methodist Church to remind drivers of the reduced speed limit by the park and pool.  Signs are already posted on Fir Ave., north and south of the pool, but families and day care providers along Fir Ave., are still witnessing vehicles traveling too fast along the street.
According to statue, the speed limit on all residential streets within the city limits is 25 mph unless posted.  School zones and other areas where children are present such as parks, ball fields and pools are 15 mph.
Presho City Council member Angela Ehlers, who also lives on Fir Ave, said drivers need to be aware of the reduced speed zones in areas where children gather.
“Kids are going to the pool or park to play, and drivers need to be aware and extra alert,” Ehlers said.  
The city of Presho doesn’t have a law enforcement officer to enforce the posted speed limits but residents can still call the Lyman County Sheriff’s office to report drivers not obeying traffic laws.
“If they can identify the vehicle or the driver, we can visit with them and if that doesn’t stop the problem, residents can also file an official complaint against the driver,” said Sheriff Steve Manger.  “Many times once we talk to the offender the issue will stop.”
With the wheat harvest getting underway, Ehlers also wanted to remind producers that they are encouraged to use the truck route to the local elevator and avoid Presho’s Main Street.  
“Fully loaded trucks are hard on Main Street and are also difficult to stop,” said Ehlers.  “You never know when a kid will dart out into the street.”
The truck route is located on the west side of Presho and turns onto Railway Street near the cemetery.  Truckers can also access the elevator on the east side of Presho using 2nd street, then N. Maple to Railway Street. 
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“Knee high by the 4th of July”
Jun 29 16  by Lucy

Ryan and Lorlen Husman’s son Raylan, age 1, didn’t stand still long enough to determine the height of the corn in a field at Husman’s farm southwest of Kennebec Sunday night, but brothers
Griffin (5), who is shorter than the corn,  and Easton (10), demonstrate that the 2016 corn crop is more than knee high by the 4th of July!
Note the steel post  with black marks, on the left-hand side of the photo.  The Husman brothers are tracking the growth of the corn by marking the height every Sunday evening.  The corn grew a foot from June 18th to June 25th.
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