April 26 2005


Posted by Nicole
Martin L. Ford
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 27, 2005 at Belvidere, IL for Martin L. Ford, formerly of Presho, who died Sunday, April 24, 2005 at his home in Belvidere.

Frances Alice Cartney, 92
Frances Alice Cartney, 92, passed away into Gods hands on Friday, April 22, 2005, at Clarkson Mountain View Health Care Center in Rapid City, SD.
A Rosary and Christian Prayer services was held Tuesday April 26, 2005 at St. Michaels Catholic Church in Kennebec. With Mass of Christian Burial at the Church with Fr. Chuck Wonch and Fr. Mark McCormick officiating. Burial followed at the Presho Catholic Cemetery.

Lucille Lucy Thompson, 80
Funeral services were held Friday, April 22, 2005, at Chapel Hill Funeral Home, Sioux Falls, for Lucille Thompson. Pastor Mindy Ehrke officiated. She died April 19, at Sunset Manor Nursing Home, Irene.

April 20 2005

Posted by Kim
Image: http://www.lcherald.com/e107_files/images/prom.jpg

The Lyman High School prom was held Saturday April 16th at the Presho gym, 48 couples marched in the prom. Junior class girls marching in the grand march included back row l-r: Kari Jo Anderson, Ashley Uthe and Courtney Peters. Front l-r; Ashley Vernon, Alicia Brakke, Jenny Longville and Kristen Thomas

April 20 2005

[b]Wrestling Club members attend board meeting[/b]

Posted by Kim
A group of nearly 30 Lyman County Wrestling Club members attended the Lyman School board meeting Monday, April 11 to present their concerns regarding the safety of the current area designated for wrestling practice.

According to Craig Reuman, spokesman for the group, the wrestling practice area and the weight training equipment are currently sharing a space 34 feet wide by 80 feet long in the mini gym. The mini gym is directly behind the high school building.

April 20 2005

[b]Community Clean Up Days Scheduled [/b]

Posted by Kim
By Lucy Halverson
The three Lyman County communities of Presho, Kennebec and Reliance have scheduled citywide clean up days this spring. While the events are usually held, this year brings added importance.

Hundreds of people will return to their hometowns this summer as the towns of Presho, Kennebec, and Reliance all celebrate their centennials. Community organizations and city government have taken the lead and designated a day to clean up.

Presho Clean up May 7th
Volunteers from the Presho Area Chamber will help Presho residents remove trash from their property on Saturday May 7th starting at 1 pm. In conjunction with "Join Hands Day" community volunteers of all ages are encouraged to assist in the clean up. Residents unable to move their trash including tree branches, white goods, or other rubble to the curb may call the Presho Area Chamber office for assistance. Volunteers will be around town to pick up and haul trash to the rubble site, which the City of Presho has agreed to have open at no additional charge. Remember there is a charge to remove Freon from appliances. Call the chamber office at 895-9445.

Kennebec Clean up Saturday May 7th

The Kennebec Town board has designated May 7th as Clean-Up Kennebec Day. The rubble site hours will be open from 1 to 6 pm. Normal rubble site fees will be waived on that day. However, residents are reminded that only allowable items will be accepted. If you have any questions call Pam at the city finance office at 869-2263. In case of inclement weather, the rain date is May 14.

Reliance Clean Up May 14th

The community of Reliance has set Saturday May 14 as the official citywide clean up day. Volunteers are invited to take part in helping to clean up their town for the upcoming summer celebration. Bring your work gloves and community spirit to the Town Hall at 10 am to get started. Contact Mayor Red McManus if you have any questions concerning the clean up day. Everyone is welcome to help.
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