NewsAugust 03 2016
Swinson named PHS Distinguished Alumni
Presho High School alumni named Pete Swinson, class of 1935, the Distinguished Alumni of 2016. Pete, age 99, has rarely, if ever, missed a PHS reunion. Presenting the award to Pete was association president Bob Young. See more photos in this week's Lyman County Herald.
NewsAugust 03 2016
Greater Lyman Foundation continues to grow
Total donations to the Greater Lyman Foundation have reached $417,400 according to GLF Chair Herb Sundall. The next goal set by the GLF Board is $500,000. Recent donations include a $1,000 donation from Raymond J. & Jeanne Chaussee and a $500 donation from Dr. Austin P. Schmalz, DDS.
Other donations were made by Wade & Chyree Hamiel, Kent & Mildred Hamiel, James Fulwider, Mary Lou Gilman, Ralph & Marlene Schuiling, Beverly Johnson, Edward & Joyce Jessop, Ken & Janet Schindler, Curt Halvorson, Owen & Sally Garnos, Angela Ehlers, Noel & Janet Hamiel, Edith Holmquist, Dennis & Joan Kenzy, Peter Quale & Michelle Woster, Vincent & Linda Svoboda, Choal Construction, Gary & Connie Grittner, Francis Milnar, Rod & Lynnette Sather. Recent donation were made in honor of Alicia Authier, Stuart Schumacher, Benjamin Authier, Carmen Patrick, Austin Bower, Zachary Schumacher, Cole Bosma, Noah Stoffel, Orville & Nila Hall, Bob & Lisa Patrick and Joe Meinen.
Recent memorials have been given by Ruth Ann McManus, Jim & Bernie Butt, Wayne & Dorothy Monson, Jim & Carol Sundall, Herb & Deanna Sundall, Kim & Lucy Halverson, Laurel & Gerry Houchin, Paul & LaVerne Olson, Wade & Chyree Hamiel, Don & Sandra Manger, Pam Michalek, Gary & Connie Grittner, Rodney & Lynnette Sather, Jean Ann Brakke, Eugene & Betty Jean Mertens, Carmen Miller, Janet Schindler, Eva Miller, Roger & Judy Campbell, BankWest, Inc. Memorials have been given in memory of Irene “Skip” Bunker, Virginia Cooney, Jan Lien, Donna Kentch, Nettie Millage, Michael Cross, Grace Wise, Gail Magnusson, Carolyn Ann (Scott) Aske, Eileen Pavlin, Rich Halverson, Dale Lafferty, Rollin “Ronnie” Potter, Hazel Langdeau, Alana Rogers, & Derek McManigal.
In Kind Grain Gift With recent wheat harvest being wrapped up, Sundall reminds owners of wheat that an “in-kind” gift of grain may be made to the Foundation, thereby allowing the owner to avoid paying income tax on the gift of grain. The grain owner merely has to sign a Bill of Sale and Gift Agreement form identifying the number of bushels being gifted. The Foundation then sells the grain in its name. The elevator pays the Foundation and the gift is done. Forms are available from Herb Sundall’s office and at the elevators in Kennebec and Presho. Contact any board member and they can obtain a form for you as well. Current Board members are Herb C. Sundall, Justin Jessop, Jim Fulwider, Layne Larson, Janet Schindler, Wayne Monson, Noel Hamiel, Sarah Caslin, and a Lyman High School Representative.
NewsJuly 27 2016
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.
NewsJuly 27 2016
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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- National Fire Prevention Week, October 9-15
- Hoops for Coop
- Lyman Celebrates Homecoming
- Fall Harvest Underway
- LHS to crown King & Queen Monday, Sept. 26
- Lyman PF Chapter plans Banquet
- Kennebec hosts Rodeo for Cowboys and Cowgirls, age 4 to 18
- GLF Update: "The Miller Challenge"
- Pheasant survey indicates Lyman County routes among highest in state
- Court rules on County State’s election
- Enrollment up at the start of the new year