January 04 2006

[b]Obituary[/b]

Posted by Nicole
Maurice Dale Maury Sarvis, 78
Maurice Dale Maury Sarvis, 78, Pierre died Sunday, Dec. 18, 2005 at St. Marys Healthcare Center in Pierre.

December 27 2005

Posted by Nicole


LMS choir members l-r: Taylor Terca, Wyatt Perry, and Ian Muirhead along with Levi Brakke and Lane Moore (not pictured) performed the rap song ?Santa is the Man? at the Holiday Program Wednesday, Dec. 21. The three young men were recently selected to attend South Dakota Jr. High All-State Choir.

December 27 2005

[b]Lyman Raiders host Classic Friday, December 30[/b]

Posted by Nicole
The annual Lyman Classic Basketball Invitational is slated for Friday, December 30 at the Lyman Gardens. A fifth game has been added to this years line up which means the first tip off is set for 1:30 p.m.
We have some good match ups scheduled between the different teams attending. There should be five great games for the public to enjoy, stated Lyman athletic director Bruce Carrier.

Lyman JVs open the tournament against Midland at 1:30 p.m. followed by Gregory and Kadoka at 3:00 p.m. and Lower Brule and South Central at 4:30 p.m. Jones Co. goes up against St. Francis at 6:00 p.m. and the Lyman Raiders take on White Lake in the final game of the day at 8:00 p.m.

Tickets, available at the door, are $ 5 for adults and $ 3 for students. Lyman events passes will not be accepted for admittance to the Classic.

December 27 2005

[b]Officials looking for information about an Illegally-killed Raptor[/b]

Posted by Nicole
Game, Fish, and Parks Conservation Officers are searching for information about a hawk that was killed illegally in central Hughes County. It is believed that the hawk was shot and killed on Thursday, Dec. 15, or Friday, Dec. 16.

Anyone with any information about this incident should contact Hughes County Conservation Officer John Murphy at 223-7710 or the Turn in Poachers hotline at (800) 592-5522. If the provided information leads to an arrest and conviction of a wildlife law violation, the caller could be eligible for a reward. The caller can also remain anonymous.
Hawks, like other birds of prey, are protected under state and federal laws, although they are sometimes killed or wounded by people who mistakenly believe that killing these birds will help game species. South Dakota hosts nearly 20 species of raptors that breed or regularly visit the state, including two winter visitors that are highly sought-after by birdwatchers, the snowy owl and gyrfalcon.
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