April 26 2005

[b]Rain recorded throughout much of county[/b]

Posted by Nicole
By Lucy Halverson

Rain is the big news this week around the county. The question being asked by most is how much?

The rain started early Wednesday morning and fell on and off through Thursday night. While areas around the county may have received varying amounts, nearly everyone received some moisture.
Charles Bowar, National Weather Observer at Kennebec officially recorded 3.30 inches of rain in Kennebec.

Frank Leichtnam, weather observer from north of Presho, recorded 2.70 inches. The National Weather Service reports that Vivian had 3 inches, Reliance, 2 inches, Winner, 2 inches, and Chamberlain, 1.68 inches.

Thursday night water was running over gravel roads in many areas around the county. Medicine Creek was running bank-to-bank full Friday morning. Water was sitting in most low spots, a sight not seen around the county in some time.

Bill Lengkeek, Lyman Co. Highway superintendent, reports no significant damage to country roads due to flash flooding. Roads need to be bladed, especially those that had water running over them, Lengkeek reported Monday morning upon inspecting roads in the area.

According to the National Weather Service the past winter was one of the brownest winters on record for parts of central and north-central South Dakota. Kennebec had the ninth driest winter with just 22 inches, compared to an average of 33 inches.

April 26 2005

[b]Centennial Update[/b]

Posted by Nicole
Kennebec - A Kennebec Centennial Photo Gallery will be on display at the Kennebec Library Saturday June 18th as part of the celebration.
Lola Anderson, one of the organizers, is asking for help from community members. If you have old photos of businesses, town merchants, or families that helped settle the area or spent many years operating a business in town, the Gallery would like to copy your photos.
Please contact Lola Anderson at 869-2496 By May 10th. Copies will be made and displayed during the Centennial. Your help is greatly needed to make this a great exhibit.

Presho On July 2nd starting at 1 pm Don Jorgenson from KELO TV will host the 3-on-3 Hoop Fest. Girls and boys ages 4th grade to high school are encouraged to compete in this basketball hoop fest benefiting the Childrens Miracle Network.
Application forms can be obtained from Owen Garnos and at local businesses, or at the schools; forms must be completed and sent to Don by June 24th. The address is Don Jorgenson, 501 South Phillips Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57104. The cost is $50 per team.
Teams consisting of four players, three playing at a time, will play to 15 points or 15 minutes, whichever comes first. Trophies will be awarded to the 1st and 2nd place teams.
Don commented, It just made sense, having played at DWU, Im in the position to help kids help other sick kids in their area. They are doing a good thing for their community.

Reliance Brand blankets with local brands on them will be sold as a fundraiser for the Reliance Centennial. The blanket will have a longhorn in the center with approximately 134 local brands on them. Interested parties may contact Brenda Reis or Leslie Reuer to order this one of kind souvenir. It is best to put your order in now as there will not be many extras.
There are also going to be Reliance Historical blankets available. These will have several pictures of Reliance from the past and present on them. Orders for these can be directed to Brenda and Leslie also. They will be on display in June.

April 26 2005


Posted by Nicole
Martin L. Ford
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 27, 2005 at Belvidere, IL for Martin L. Ford, formerly of Presho, who died Sunday, April 24, 2005 at his home in Belvidere.

Frances Alice Cartney, 92
Frances Alice Cartney, 92, passed away into Gods hands on Friday, April 22, 2005, at Clarkson Mountain View Health Care Center in Rapid City, SD.
A Rosary and Christian Prayer services was held Tuesday April 26, 2005 at St. Michaels Catholic Church in Kennebec. With Mass of Christian Burial at the Church with Fr. Chuck Wonch and Fr. Mark McCormick officiating. Burial followed at the Presho Catholic Cemetery.

Lucille Lucy Thompson, 80
Funeral services were held Friday, April 22, 2005, at Chapel Hill Funeral Home, Sioux Falls, for Lucille Thompson. Pastor Mindy Ehrke officiated. She died April 19, at Sunset Manor Nursing Home, Irene.

April 20 2005

Posted by Kim
Image: http://www.lcherald.com/e107_files/images/prom.jpg

The Lyman High School prom was held Saturday April 16th at the Presho gym, 48 couples marched in the prom. Junior class girls marching in the grand march included back row l-r: Kari Jo Anderson, Ashley Uthe and Courtney Peters. Front l-r; Ashley Vernon, Alicia Brakke, Jenny Longville and Kristen Thomas
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