March 22 2006

Shamrock Shuffle results

Posted by Kim
Sixty-three participants finished the 18th annual Shamrock Shuffle Saturday afternoon.  Organizer Quint Garnos estimated that over 80 registered for the event but not all finished or in some cases even started the race. 

Brian Clark, 42, of Pierre took first place coming across the finish line with a time of 16:36.   Carol Aron also of Pierre was the first woman to finish with a time of 22:25.  The first Presho area person to finish was Tami McClanahan at 23:16 followed by John Uthe at 23:19, Stetson Ericksen at 23:26, Tim Taylor at 23:49 and organizer Quint Garnos at 23:52. 

"We had a large group of runners of all ages come from the Mission area and also Lower Brule that added to the run,” stated Garnos.

March 22 2006

Band to host Evening of Fine Dining

Posted by Kim

Lyman High School band will present ‘An Evening of Fine Dining’ Friday, March 31 and Saturday, April 1 at the gym in Kennebec.  The theme of this year’s entertainment is “Saturday Night Live.’ Jeff Smith and Brandon Manger will act as co-emcees for the event which will feature a fine meal of roast beef, ham or fish on Friday night, salad and dessert. 

The full band will perform in addition to instrumental and vocal solos and comedy acts.  The annual fund raiser will fund the band member’s trip to a Music Festival at Six Flags in St. Louis April 29.

Contact the Presho or Kennebec school office to reserve your tickets for an “Evening of Fine Dining.”

March 22 2006


Posted by Kim
Curtis M. Gingery, 95
Funeral services for Curtis M. Gingery, 95 of Gillette were held Friday, March 3, 2006 at the Christian Church in Gillette, WY.  Burial was at White River Cemetery, White River, South Dakota Saturday, March 4.

Curtis Gingery died at Pioneer Manor Nursing Home on Sunday, Feb. 26, following a short illness.

Curtis was born in Randolph, Nebraska, on April 15, 1910 to Harrison and Cora (Cheever) Gingery.  He grew up in Nebraska in the Hartington area.  In the early 1930’s Curtis and his parents moved to a ranch near White River.  In 1949 he married June King, and they had three children.

They owned the lumberyard in White River for many years before selling it and purchasing a lumberyard in Kennebec, South Dakota, in 1963.  In 1971 the family moved to Hill City, South Dakota , where Curtis worked for many years as a school custodian and at the local campgrounds.

In 1990 June and Curtis moved to Gillette, Wyoming, to be with their daughter.
Curtis is survived by his wife, June; daughter Ardis of Gillette, sons Lyle of Salt lake City, Utah, and jack of Havre, Montana; two grandson, two granddaughters and one great-granddaughter.  
He was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters.

March 14 2006

Posted by Nicole

Lyman Auditor Pam Michalek explains to Penni Almond, deputy auditor, how the new AutoMARK voting tool can assist voters cast their ballots independently and privately
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