August 11 2004

[b]Lines from Lucy[/b]

Posted by Kim
Uninvited guest blows in for alumni weekend

Graduates, families, motorcycles, - and rain? Which one doesn't belong? Graduates of Presho and Lyman High School, families gathering for family reunions, and hundreds of motorcyclists on their way to Sturgis are expected in Presho the first full weekend of August, but rain isn't.

August 11 2004

[b]Reliance Newsby Doreine Anderson [/b]

Posted by Kim
Verna Schmitt visited Barbara Roth Sunday afternoon. Scrabble was played.

Janice Schelske, accompanied by Ronda Schelske, attended the "Sew What Quilter's Guild" meeting, Presho, a week ago Monday.

August 04 2004

[b]Welcome to Presho signs refurbished[/b]

Posted by Kim
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This sign welcomes visitors to Presho from the east. The reverse side thanks visitors for shopping in Presho. Photo by Lucy Halverson

by Lucy Halverson

The Welcome to Presho signs, located east and west of town, along Hwy 16 were recently refurbished by Stacie Schlomer. Her father Cordie assisted with the removal and re-setting of the signs.

The signs were originally installed by the Presho Commercial Club a number of years ago. Wanda Sweeney coordinated the effort to get the signs re-painted prior to the alumni weekend Saturday and next year's centennial. Neither the Presho Area Chamber or the city of Presho were able to financially help with the project. Donations from Carl Brakke and Steve Hayes paid for the restoration of the two signs.

Stacie is working on a third sign, which directs visitors to the city park and pool, that will be re-set on the east side of Main Street south of the Cenex station when completed. Donations for that sign are still being accepted and may be directed to Wanda

August 04 2004

[b]Visitors to Fate Dam leave behind unattended fire and debris[/b]

Posted by Kim
By Lucy Halverson

Late night visitors to Fate Dam, located northeast of Presho, have left behind smoldering fires, beer bottles, cans and boxes at the top of the boat ramp and in the parking area, hindering any fisherman's efforts to launch a boat.

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