NewsApril 11 2018

Sundogs make an appearance on a chilly spring morning

Posted by Lucy

Sundogs make an appearance on a chilly spring morning 
 
Wednesday, April 4 the temps dropped into the single digits creating Sundogs around the sun. A sundog is a concentrated patch of sunlight occasionally seen to the left or right of the sun. Sundogs often form in pairs on either side of the sun when sunlight refracts through icy clouds. A Sun halo is a circle of light that creates a circle 22 degrees wide around the sun. Sundogs and the halo disappear as the sun rises.

NewsApril 11 2018

City Election Results

Posted by Lucy

City Election Results

   In Presho's city election, Chad Penny was elected to a 2-year term on the Presho City Council for Ward II. Penney received 41 votes to Anthony Urban's 20 votes.
  The referred resolution to close a portion of Birch Avenue at the request of the Lyman School District passed - 119 yes votes to 56 no votes.
The two seats on the Kennebec's Town Board were won by Rod Bowar with 56 votes and Hunter Schindler with 47. The third candidate Ben Oldenkamp had 46 votes.
  The newly elected candidates will be seated on their respective boards at the first meeting in May.

NewsApril 04 2018

Finding Easter Eggs

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Finding Easter Eggs 
 
Noble, son of Colby and Ashley, Presho has his eye on an Easter Egg at the Kennebec Town & Country Easter Egg Hunt held Saturday on the Courthouse lawn in Kennebec.

NewsApril 04 2018

Presho residents asked to participate in community survey

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Presho residents asked to participate in community survey

   Presho Mayor Mike Sprenger announced this week that Presho residents should expect a phone call from representatives of the city conducting a one-question survey that could lead to reducing the city’s costs for the planned sewer project. And, he encourages everyone to participate. 
   The question that will be asked is whether your annual household income is above or below $49,091. If over half of Presho households have an annual household income of less than $49,091, the city could qualify for reduced interest rates or additional grants from the state to fund the sewer project. 
   Annual household income is the total taxable wages in a household. Farmers, ranchers and other business owners should base their household income on their wages earned, not the business’ gross income. 
   Mayor Sprenger emphasized that answers are confidential and not attached to any person’s identity. No respondent’s answer will be data verified. 
   I encourage everyone who is contacted to respond. It is important we have a complete survey so that we can determine our eligibility. Additional state assistance would lower the amount the city would need to increase everyone’s sewer rates in order to pay for the sewer replacements,” stated Sprenger.
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