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.

NewsJuly 31 2019

Kennebec mural gets a make-over

Posted by Lucy

Kennebec mural gets a make-over 
 
 After years of weather the Main Street mural painted by Pat Halverson (second from the right) in 2005 for the town’s centennial celebration was in need of a fresh coat of paint. Pat’s daughters, l-r; Nicole, Holly, Darcy, and daughter-in-law Deb Halverson recently volunteered their time, talent and paint to help Pat design and paint a new KENNEBEC mural. The mural located on the north side of the brick building next to Quillin Park features a tree with the hand prints of people in the community. The Halverson women also repainted the park sign. Stop in and view the colorful mural, hand prints and new park equipment.
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