April 05 2005

[b]Local group appears on Price is Right[/b]

Posted by Nicole
A group of women from the Kennebec/Presho area will appear on the first episode of the Price is Right Primetime Million Dollar Spectacular Saturday, April 9 at 7 pm on CBS. One of the contestants will be Gary Kristensen of Plankinton, who is Barb Meiers brother-in-law.
Jody Reuman is a contestant the second episode, set for Saturday, April 16, at 7 pm.
The Herald will have a complete story in next weeks issue.

April 05 2005

[b]Student Council members attend State Convention[/b]

Posted by Nicole
Lyman student council members attended the 18th Annual State Convention of the South Dakota Student Council Association (SDSCA) which was held in Pierre, SD on March 20-22, 2005.

Lyman student council members attending the convention were: Tucker Halverson, Lacey Halvorson, Nikki Diehm, Ashley Uthe, Jake Jessop, Haley Juhnke, Piper Henriksen, Candace Volmer, Tory Fisherman, Toby Hullinger, David Schindler, Charis Olivier, Faith Begay, Kayla Hamer, Tiffany Moore, and Michael Uthe.
Ashley Uthe was elected as a Regional Representative to the State Board

March 30 2005

Posted by Kim
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Youngsters participated in area Easter Egg Hunts held in Presho and Kennebec Saturday afternoon. The Presho Area Chambers annual Easter egg hunt was held at the Lyman School football complex, which afforded plenty of space to hide the treat filled plastic eggs.

March 30 2005

[b]Kennebec Challenge set for Saturday night[/b]

Posted by Kim
By Lucy Halverson

The topic of conversation around Kennebec this week is the upcoming Kennebec Challenge basketball game between the Town & Country Club and the Medicine Creek Riding Club. Team rosters are starting to fill according to T&C Club vice-chairman Trusty Mertens.

Mertens reports Kennebec alumni Dennis Whitney, Sioux Falls, and Ken Tracy, Mitchell have volunteered to return to the Kennebec gym to officiate the hotly contested match up. Both, men are well aware of the intricacies involved to pull off a victory in the Kennebec gym.

Kennebec alumni cheerleaders are dusting off their purple and gold sweaters, rehearsing cheers and stretching muscles that havent been used in years in preparation for the big game.

It has been rumored that a group of out of shape ball handlers from the west are putting together a team in hopes of challenging the winner of the Kennebec Challenge to another match up.

Locals wont want to miss what may well be the most entertaining basketball game played in Lyman County this year. A half and half raffle, a kids hoop shoot, and a 50 and older senior shoot out are planned for half time. Bring the entire family; club volunteers have assured us that plenty of food will be available at the concession stand.

All proceeds go towards the building fund for a new office/concession building at the Kennebec arena. Matching funds are provided by both Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and Modern Woodmen of America.
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