April 26 2006

Petitions available for three positions on Lyman School board

Posted by Nicole
Nominating petitions, for a position on the Lyman School board, are available at the business manager’s office in Presho. The school election will be held Tuesday, June 20. Three positions on the Lyman School board, currently held by Cliff Halverson, Tonya Ness and Meta Halverson, are up election.

Cliff is completing his twelfth-year on the board and has indicated he will not seek re-election. Tonya has served two terms and also indicated she will not file a nominating petition. Meta Halverson, elected to her first term three years ago, will file a nominating petition and plans to run for another term on the board.

According to Johnson no completed nominating petitions have been turned into her office as of Tuesday. "The deadline to file is 5 p.m. May 19," stated Bev. Petitions may be picked up between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. from the administration office at the Presho site.

April 26 2006

Chamber updates community calendars

Posted by Nicole
The Presho Area Chamber will update the community calendar, which will coincide with the 2006-07 school year, and offer them for sale in August.

Please contact the Lyman County Herald office, Angela Ehlers, Hair West, Country Curl or Mademoiselle’s with your corrections or additions to the calendar as soon as possible.

April 18 2006

Posted by Nicole
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Sixth Circuit Judge Max Gors presents Anna Mae Streitz with a gift at her retirement luncheon Tuesday, April 11, 2006 at the Lyman County Courthouse.

April 18 2006

Streitz retires from Clerk of Courts position

Posted by Nicole

by Lucy Halverson

Anna Mae Streitz will retire as Lyman County’s Clerk of Courts Friday, April 28, 2006 after serving 22 years in the Clerk’s office.

Anna Mae was hired as deputy clerk in May of 1984 and worked with former Clerk of Courts Jan Lien until February of 2003 when Lien retired and Anna Mae was appointed Clerk of Courts by 6th Circuit presiding judge Max Gors.

Judge Gors and his court staff hosted a potluck lunch Tuesday, April 11 at the Lyman County Courthouse in honor of Anna Mae’s retirement. Judge Gors presented Anna Mae with a Black Hills gold pin and thanks and appreciation for her commitment to her job over the past 22 years.

Denise Anderson, current deputy clerk, will perform the clerk’s duties until a new clerk is hired by the Sixth Circuit. Anna Mae Streitz will retire as Lyman County’s Clerk of Courts Friday, April 28, 2006 after serving 22 years in the Clerk’s office.
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