NewsSeptember 04 2019

The eighth annual Dakota Western Heritage Festival coming to Ft. Pierre

Posted by Lucy Halverson

The eighth annual Dakota Western Heritage Festival coming to Ft. Pierre
 

 The eighth annual Dakota Western Heritage Festival will be held September 13 -15, 2019 at the Expo Center in Ft. Pierre. Activities include a one – day wagon train on Friday , September 13, followed by a benefit steak feed sponsored by the Hayes volunteer fire department. Those interested in participating, please contact Carmen Magee @ 605 280-8938 or email her @ carmenwoodward©outlook.com. The Festival is the culmination of a year-long youth poetry/music contest involving students from local and surrounding schools. Cash awards and plaques will be presented and the youth will perform their original poetry and music. Involving the youth is a way of increasing their awareness and appreciation of the local and family histories. Those interested in entering next year, please come and share the excitement, and meet the winners as well as our freedom stage performers. Of special historical interest, Curt Mortensen and John Burkholder will present histories of their families, from the time they brought cattle to the prairie west of the Missouri River, then homesteaded and took advantage of the free open range until it disappeared behind barbed wire. Curt and John will have stories, photos and maps to share. If you have an interest in how it was back before fences, be sure to attend the Dakota Western Heritage Festival on Saturday, September 14th. There will be displays and demonstrations all three days of the Festival, including boot makers, hat makers, rope makers, silversmiths, antique quilts, a huge display of saddles made by South Dakota saddle makers, with many of the craftsmen there to tell about their work. Our freedom stage will showcase a group of outstanding musicians and poets, all the “real deal”, having ranching and farming backgrounds. The daytime activities and demonstrations, including the freedom stage performers are all free! Sunday will begin with cowboy church, followed by a cowboy breakfast and the day will end with music by Plains Folk. Come and join us for a great weekend of celebration of the traditions and lifestyle of the West! For more information visit us on Facebook under Dakota Western Heritage Festival or call Gary Heintz @ 605 222-0079.

NewsAugust 22 2019

Posted by Lucy

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Going the staff at Lyman School District this year are l-r; Haley Butterfield, Kylie Schindler and Amy McClanahan.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Three new teachers join Lyman staff

 Three new teachers joined the Lyman School District this fall. Haley Butterfield from Richardton, ND is teaching high school Social Studies. Kylie Schindler is the new Jr. Kindergarten teacher. She is from Sisseton, SD but now lives at Kennebec with her new husband Hunter Schindler. Amy McClanahan is the middle school math teacher. She is from White River, SD and when not teaching, she can be found helping her husband Sean and his parents at Hutch's Cafe. Classes at Lyman started August 15. The first football game is set for Friday, August 23 at Burke. It will be several weeks before the Raiders host a home game when Kadoka comes to town on Sept 13 to take on Lyman. Homecoming is set for Friday, Sept. 21.

NewsAugust 14 2019

Classes start Thursday at Lyman

Posted by Lucy

 Classes start Thursday at Lyman
 
 
The hallway of Lyman High School sits empty Monday night but will be a busy place Thursday morning as students return to classes for the 2019-2020 school year. Due to the school building project school secretary Marsha Hullinger’s desk is sitting in the hallway as the new office space on the left remains under construction. The former front door of the high school is closed off and all students, staff and visitors will enter the school from the door in the middle of the buildings - between the elementary and high school. Buses will be loading and unloading on 2nd Street near the cemetery, and students driving to school should park in the lower level parking lot on the east side of the gym.

NewsAugust 14 2019

Classes start Thursday at Lyman

Posted by Lucy

 Classes start Thursday at Lyman
 
 
The hallway of Lyman High School sits empty Monday night but will be a busy place Thursday morning as students return to classes for the 2019-2020 school year. Due to the school building project school secretary Marsha Hullinger’s desk is sitting in the hallway as the new office space on the left remains under construction. The former front door of the high school is closed off and all students, staff and visitors will enter the school from the door in the middle of the buildings - between the elementary and high school. Buses will be loading and unloading on 2nd Street near the cemetery, and students driving to school should park in the lower level parking lot on the east side of the gym.
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