Monday Lyman School kicked off the annual homecoming week celebration with coronation at the Lyman Raiders Football Field. McCall Garnos was selected as king and Drew Lulf was selected as queen. Other candidates nominated were Allison McManus, Alexis Ziegler, Cruz Garnos and Tyson Floyd. After the…
During the September 14 th Lyman School board meeting, Superintendent Philip Schonebaum and school board members agreed on renaming the ‘Back to School’ plan to the ‘Lyman Covid Response Plan’. The plan will follow four phases to determine what needs to be done to keep the students and staff safe…
BY DANA HESS FOR THE S.D. NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION BROOKINGS — South Dakota voters aren’t seeing double; marijuana is on the ballot twice in 2020. Initiated Measure 26 lays out the parameters for starting and running a medical marijuana program. Constitutional Amendment A takes an omnibus approach,…
On Saturday, Lyman Superintendent Philip Schonebaum issued the following notice to parents and students. “The school has been informed of a staff member diagnosed with COVID-19 in the school. This case has not been confirmed by the South Dakota Department of Health (SDDOH). However, the school has…
Wednesday, Sept. 23 • XC @ Philip, WGPC, 10 am MT Friday, Sept. 25 • Home Coming Pep Rally, 1 pm • Display of Floats, 1:30 pm • HS FB WR/JC @ H, 7 pm Saturday, Sept. 26 • Pumpkin Patch @ Vivian, 10 am – 4 pm • XC @ Platte, 10 am • Maxine Schoenhard 97th Birthday Card Shower Sunday, Sept.…
The Kennebec Coffee Crew hosted an appreciation get together for the Lyman County Law Enforcement, Firemen, and EMT’s at the Kennebec Community Room Friday, September 18. Several local residents from the area stopped to show their support to the first responders that do so much for our community.…
Custer State Park to host Annual Buffalo Roundup and Arts Festival Pierre, S.D. – Today, Governor Kristi Noem announced that the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) will host the 55th annual Buffalo Roundup and 27th annual Arts Festival in Custer State Park later this month. The…
September is Nation Yoga Month Yoga is an ancient practice rooted in India. It began as a spiritual practice but has become a way of promoting physical and mental well-being. If you have low-back and nec pain there may be some relief through participatin in yoga. Chair yoga is a great way for…
Funeral services for Zeanna M. Halverson, 83, of Kennebec will be 1:00 pm Thursday, September 24, 2020 at the American Lutheran Church in Kennebec with burial in the Kennebec Cemetery at Kennebec. Visitation will begin on Thursday one hour prior to the funeral services at the church. Zeanna May…
10 years ago Lyman County Herald Wed., Sept., 22, 2010 The community of Reliance is holding an unique fundraising event this year that kicked off last week. A 2011 calendar featuring 12 “Hunks of Reliance” is being sold for a benefit for the twin daughters of Jeff and Meagan Hieb that were born…
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During the September 14 th Lyman School board meeting, Superintendent Philip Schonebaum and school…
BY DANA HESS FOR THE S.D. NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION BROOKINGS — South Dakota voters aren’t seeing…
On Saturday, Lyman Superintendent Philip Schonebaum issued the following notice to parents and…
Monday Lyman School kicked off the annual homecoming week celebration with coronation at the Lyman Raiders Football Field. McCall Garnos was selected as king and Drew Lulf was selected as queen. Other candidates nominated were Allison McManus, Alexis Ziegler, Cruz Garnos and Tyson Floyd. After the crowning of the King and Queen the students played a few games selected by Mr. Uthe. The burning of the letters followed at the north end of the parking lot of the football field. Thursday a pep rally will be held for the elementary students at 3 pm…
Mr. Milton’s Intro to AFNR and Animal Science classes ventured down to the Cooper school grounds, five miles south of Reliance, on Tuesday September 15. They…
Lady Raiders face off against Sully Buttes BY: DREW LULF The volleyball team went on the road this week to challenge Sully Buttes. All three sets were close…
A color run/walk kicked off homecoming week Sunday, September 20. The runners started at Jet Lanes Bowling Alley on Main Street and ended at the city park. A…
South Dakota veterans and the Hot Springs community are currently celebrating the VA’s announcement that it has begun the process of rescinding the order to…
Walking through the north pasture, I am surprised by the tops of the elms nestled in the folds of the land. A few days ago they were still green, but now they…
Mid-September and the garden is already done -- the dreaded first freeze arrived like a thief in the night catching the tangled vines and broad leaves in its…
This past week started with a holiday celebrating America’s workers and ended with the commemoration of 9/11, one of the most tragic days in American history.…