NewsApril 12 2017
Election results are in
The cities of Presho and Reliance held municipal elections on Tues., April 11.
The unofficial results of the election are in.
For the mayor's race Mike Sprenger received 125 votes and Tony Urban received 64.
In Ward III Carl Brakke received 37 votes and Lance Mortenson received 36 votes.
The town of Reliance held an election to fill one 3-year term on the town board. Jeff Williamson received 39 votes and Derrick Schmitt received 22 votes.
NewsApril 05 2017
Town Roundup - Kennebec
Restaurant has new owner
The restaurant in town, formerly Hot Rod’s Steakhouse, has been sold, and as of April 1, is under new management. Tammie LaCompte of Reliance has purchased the restaurant and bar, and it will be managed by her daughter Megan LaRoche. Another daughter Morgan will also be working at the family business now called The 605 Restaurant & Bar. The women have been in the food service industry for more than 14 years. The restaurant has retained the same phone number and current hours of operation. It is expected that the hours will change in the near future along with outside signage and the decorations inside the restaurant. Watch the Herald for future updates. Former owners Mark and Kellie Halvorson have relocated to Mitchell.
Local businesses remodel
Several businesses in Kennebec including BankWest and Gerry’s Motel are undergoing remodeling. Also, construction crews have started remodeling and updating the restrooms at the Lyman County Courthouse.
NewsApril 05 2017
A Wild time at Reliance Fire Hall
Arista Reis, daughter of fire chief Shane Reis, draws Tim Schooler’s name from the box of gun raffle stubs held by Donnie McManus. The gun was donated by Kent Hamiel to help raise funds for the fire department. A large crowd enjoyed the wild game feed featuring Rocky Mt. Oysters, pheasant, venison, and fish at the Reliance Fire Hall Sat., April 1.
NewsMarch 29 2017
South Dakota All-State Band performs
Two Lyman students, senior Tyler (left) and freshman Bryson (far right) participated in the South Dakota All-State Band concert Sat. March 25 in Sioux Falls. Accompanying the students was Band director Scott Muirhead (center).
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- Election results are in
- Town Roundup
- A Wild time at Reliance Fire Hall
- South Dakota All-State Band performs
- Meet the candidates
- Lyman HS band performs for crowd
- Climate update predicts wetter than average April
- Three seats on board up for election
- Student Council raises money for Children’s Miracle Network