NewsApril 08 2015

Nominating petitions for Lyman School election now available

Posted by Lucy

Three positions are up for election on the Lyman School District School Board this spring. The three positions are for 3-year terms and are open to any residents living within the district boundaries.

The positions are currently held by Marlene Reuman and Meta Halverson of rural Kennebec, and Mike Chester, Vivian.

Nominating petitions may be picked up at the Lyman Business manager’s office in Presho during normal business hours.

NewsApril 03 2015

Easter Sunrise Service location changed

Posted by Lucy

Due to the conditions at Brakke Dam, the Easter Sunrise Service on Sunday has changed to Lake Byre. The time of the service is still the same. Thank you

NewsApril 01 2015

Inured Highway Patrol Trooper returns to work

Posted by Lucy

PIERRE, S.D – A South Dakota Highway Patrol trooper injured during a January standoff in Brule County has returned to work.
Sgt. John Koenig, a 28-year veteran of the Patrol, returned to full duty Monday. He is stationed in Chamberlain.
 “It is good to have Sgt. Koenig back,” said Col. Craig Price, superintendent of the Highway Patrol.  “Along with John and his family, we are thankful that he has been able to return to full duty.”
Koenig was shot Jan.  7 when he responded to a report of an individual threatening law enforcement officers. The subject was located at a home near Kimball where a 24-hour stand-off with law enforcement took place. While Koenig’s injuries were not considered life-threatening, he spent several days in a Sioux Falls hospital and then time recuperating at home.
“Sgt. Koenig serves as a reminder of the dangers Highway Patrol troopers and other law enforcement face while protecting and serving South Dakotans every day,” said Price.
Two people in the home eventually surrendered, ending the standoff after 24 hours. The two men face criminal charges.

NewsApril 01 2015

No April Fool's Joke

Posted by Lucy

South Dakota maximum speed on I-90 and I-29  increased to 80 mph today April 1, 2015.  State DOT crews were busy replacing speeds signs in accordance with SB 1 that Gov.  Dennis Daugaard signed into law March 17.

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