NewsSeptember 19 2018

Gov. Daugaard signs Special Session Bills

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Gov. Daugaard signs Special Session Bills 

    PIERRE, S.D. – After leading the U.S. Supreme Court victory in taxation of remote sales, South Dakota will soon be among the states benefiting from the Wayfair decision. 
    Gov. Dennis Daugaard this afternoon signed into law a measure which removes the imposition of an injunction against collection of sales tax on remote sales. Senate Bill 1 will go into effect on Nov. 1, 2018, allowing the state of South Dakota to enforce sales tax collections from those who meet the $100,000 in sales or 200 transaction threshold. 
   This has been more than 50 years in the making. Today is the culmination of efforts by many South Dakotans over the years and I thank all who have played a part,” said Gov. Daugaard. “We have finally succeeded in leveling the playing field for all who do business in our state – and we have paved the way for any other state that wishes to pursue tax uniformity.” 
   Gov. Daugaard convened the Legislature today for a special session to consider Senate Bill 1 as well as Senate Bill 2 and House Bill 1001. All three bills received legislative approval and were signed by the Governor this afternoon. SB 2 requires marketplace providers to attain a sales tax license and remit sales tax on behalf of sellers utilizing their services. HB 1001 clarifies the start date of the next governor to allow for a clear transfer of authority in January.

NewsSeptember 19 2018

Booster Club fires up Lyman Raiders for Homecoming

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Booster Club fires up Lyman Raiders for Homecoming 
 
The Lyman Booster Club new officers l-r; Lindsey Oldenkamp, Co-President; Nikki Collins, Vice President; Katie Zirpel, Secretary/Treasurer; and Christie Collins, Co-President hosted a tailgate party before the Homecoming football game against Hill City Friday evening at the football field in Presho.

NewsSeptember 13 2018

Drone takes aerial photos at Kennebec Youth Rodeo

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Drone takes aerial photos at Kennebec Youth Rodeo
 
Vladimir Stanishevskii, formerly of Russia, along with his parents and wife took aerial photos using a drone during the Kennebec Youth Rodeo held Saturday, September 8. This was the first time the family had attended a rodeo.

NewsSeptember 12 2018

Kennebec rodeo attracts visitors from Russia

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Kennebec rodeo attracts visitors from Russia 
 
Vladimir Stanishevskii, formerly of Russia and his dad Igor Stanishevskii, Russia and their wives were driving by the Kennebec Rodeo Arena Saturday, September 8 on Old Hwy 16. They had never seen a rodeo and decided to stop and watch for awhile. Vladimir, holding a drone, was taking an aerial video of the rodeo.
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