May 12 2004

[b]Terca attends Academic Excellence Recognition [/b]

Posted by Kim
Image: images/Terca.jpg

Governor M. Mike Rounds and the Associated School Boards of South Dakota, in cooperation with the Division of Education, the School Administrators of South Dakota , and the Office of Indian Affairs, co-sponsored an Academic Excellence Recognition Day May 3, 2004 at the Ramkota RiverCentre, Pierre.

The event recognized the academic top 1% of graduating seniors across South Dakota. Dave Terca of Presho represented Lyman High School.

Dave is the son of Stan Terca and the late Barb Terce. Terca plans on attending Stanford University in the fall.

May 12 2004

[b]Homeland Security Grant awarded to Emergency Management office [/b]

Posted by Kim
By Lucy Halverson

The Lyman County Emergency Management department was awarded a $59,000 Homeland Security Grant to purchase a 2004 4-wheel drive Chevy Tahoe.

May 12 2004

[b]Dr. Crandell leaves Kennebec clinic to pursue new career [/b]

Posted by Kim
By Nicole Choal

After 23 years providing health care for the people of Lyman and Brule Counties, Dr. Michael Crandell is moving on to pursue a different aspect of his medical career. June 14, 2004 will be his last day providing care for patients at the Mid-Dakota Clinic in Kennebec, Mid-Dakota Hospital and St. Joe's Indian School both in Chamberlain.

May 12 2004

[b]Lines from Lucy[/b]

Posted by Kim
Downsizing vehicles
by Lucy Halverson

When we were first married, we lived 1-mile south and about 1-mile west of Kennebec. The rental farmhouse wasn't exactly out in the middle of nowhere, but the couple of miles of gravel road was some of the worst in the area and probably still is 27 years later.
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