August 29 2006

Students return to classes

Posted by Nicole
By Lucy Halverson

Classes resumed at Lyman Wednesday, August 23 with a full day of classes. Despite temperatures near 100, students completed three days of classes last week thanks to air conditioned buildings at both school sites.
On Monday, August 28, Superintendent Bruce Carrier reported that 399 students were registered and attending classes at Lyman. There are 141 students in high school, which is up from last year. Only 89 middle school students are enrolled this year, which is down. According to school sources, the middle school normally has around 100 students. There are 69 students enrolled at Presho Elementary while Kennebec Elementary has 100.

These numbers are still changing as new or returning students continue to register.

August 29 2006

Lyman Alumni News

Posted by Nicole
Thurs, September 2, 1971   Lyman County Herald-Presho

Thirty out of the 36 that graduated in 1971 from West Lyman High School plan to attend college or are taking other training to prepare them for their life’s work, according to a survey made this week.

David Clark, Rob Comp, Ray Luurs and Keith Patrick have enrolled at Southern State College, Springfield.
Faye Brown and Peg Masteller are going to Black Hills State, Spearfish. Nancy Brown, Linda Perry, Patti Wells and Joe Severyn will be at Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell.

Jean England, Ellen Pickner and Craig Mowry are at the University of South Dakota, Vermillion. Colleen Hullinger, Linda Larson and Russell Hoelscher will attend Northern State College, Aberdeen.Larry Hofmeister and Russel Urban are at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Monte Jost chose South Dakota Tech, Rapid City.

Jerry Juhnke, Debbie Roberts and Jim Volmer are at South Dakota State University, Brookings. Debi Reumann is at Nettleton Commercial College, Sioux Falls.Jim Schoon chose Yankton College.

Dale Bower is at Augustanna College, Sioux Falls.Darlene Schoenhard and Carol Schoulte are at Mitchell VoTech. John Stulken chose National College of Business.

Lowell Husman, Bennett Clarkson are at the Hospital School of X-ray, Rapid City.Ronald Lunder is entering the U S Navy.
Herb Authier is employed at Pierre. Curtis Christensen is engaged in farming and ranching. Sherry Chester will be married in November. Lura Leichtnam plans to work. Undecided are Bill Comp and Mike Schnabel.

August 29 2006


Posted by Nicole
Clarence R. Thompson, 90
Funeral services for Clarence R. Thompson, Sr. 90, of Fort Hale Bottom, SD were held Friday August 18, 2006 at the Lower Brule Community Center in Lower Brule, SD with burial in St. Alban’s Cemetery at Fort Hale.

August 22 2006

Posted by Nicole

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New Lyman staff members include, back row l-r: Jason Wenzel, Jason Maier, Larry Lebeda, and Christie Collins. Front row l-r: Sara Hefling, Tootie Bailey, Holly Kierstead, Callie Larson, and Brenda Franklin.
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