October 13 2004

[b]Autumn comes to Lyman County [/b]

Posted by Kim
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Sunny skies and temperatures in the 70's provided area residents a perfect fall weekend for outside activities. Vicki and Bob King, Kennebec, assembled this elaborate fall display in front of their business. While it took the King's two days to complete the project, they enjoy spending time decorating for the change of seasons.

October 13 2004

[b]Two possible building sites submitted for new Post Office [/b]

Posted by Kim
by Lucy Halverson

The United States Postal Facilities Service Office of Denver, CO confirms that two different locations in Kennebec have been submitted to their office for possible building sites of a new post office in Kennebec.

October 13 2004

[b]Lyman Schools receive Distinguished School recognition[/b]

Posted by Kim
PIERRE, S.D. - One hundred and thirty-seven South Dakota schools have met the requirements for "Distinguished Schools" under the No Child Left Behind Act for 2003 and 2004. Sixteen of those schools - all identified as high poverty schools - will receive academic achievement awards ranging from $5,000 to $15,000, to support their efforts in raising student achievement.

October 13 2004

[b]Lines from Lucy [/b]

Posted by Kim
Rooster rules the streets of Kennebec

Sightings of wild animals within the city limits of South Dakota towns are not unusual; everything from mountain lions to deer and pheasants have been reported. Towns here in Lyman County are no exception. Pen raised pheasants have been sighted running the streets of Presho while a feral hog, reportedly living along Medicine Creek, occasionally makes an appearance in the community of Vivian. The phenomenon of wildlife moving into towns has struck Kennebec. Town officials have been receiving reports from citizens that a rooster chicken is on the loose in Kennebec.
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